Newspaper Page Text
K, ",.' VlWfr.'Jj.
..,- (.' ., f
I l." I"
EVENING nUIXCTIN. HONOLULU. T. If., TUESDAY, MAN. 24, 1908.
Mond a y, the 23rd
The little Paint Han snys
ill" LT J!rl
When you want fresh paint go lo
HALL'S &nd buy seme; don't take it
of! the lawn scats because you can
net it for nothing. By the way, The
Little Paint Man wants to know if
your floors do not need touching upt
If they do, Sherwin-Williams Porch
' .loor, lnsiuc noor or fioonao win
interest you. Finishes that cover
well and dry quickly, and, last but
not least, every can has the name
Sherwin-Williams on it, and that
settles the question of quality. ' '
LET US SEND YOU COLOR CARDS AMD PRICES
E.Y0. Sialic Son,1 Ltd.
Ball And Bat Gossip
DOPE ON BASEBALL
- r I ini" v t 'iiii i ! nwwniiwiiWKii
' " " "
Kd. Fernandez ling eleven bnll
plaers Blgnod on his list for this
reason. Manager Kdwnril will prob
nb" hold Oown the first sad; for the
Diamond Heads. Sam ChllllnRworth
will wade u rou ml In tho long gress
of the outfield. J. A. Thompson Is
hilled for n trial nt the second sta
tion, wheic ho hns made good bo
Irtrc. Hill Chllllngworth will,
with Leslie, perhaps, do tho twirling
stunt. William Costcllo, a now
"find," who dropped off one of the
transput ts a short time ago, will eat
up the grnkshoppcrs at short. He la
heralded ns u pretty fast man. An-
tone Louis will work both boiitnd
the bat and In the tiill timber. J.
Fernandos will alternate In tho field
pud at second base. Manuel Olums
I a Holder. J. F, Sopor will change
fioin 111 st to third, and vice versa.
I Hour) Wllll.imu Is another man who
in scheduled to pull duwn the long
lllei In the back-woods.
tt tt a
The Chicago While Sox have man
aged to drop neatly oery game th"y
l.avc pl.i)ed since coming to the
Coast The b:ill-pl.erH that Comix
Key nought out with him are divid
ed u.i Into t.'.o cquads and they train
and pin:, gtmes In different cities.
Comlskey Is thus managing to Just
Ing forward to when the Fleet cornea
to Honolulu Consequently ovcry
manager has his eye out for avail
ubla pitching material, so thnt ho
will not hno to overwork n small
Htaff. If the Fleet comes here In re
lays, this should give tho fans a
euro-enough good run of baseball.
U It K
The Knlnnlnnaole League teams
are busy signing their men, but
there probably will not bo much of
c change In the personnel of tho
various aggregations. A meeting of
the league Is billed for Thursday
night, when the new season sched
ule, will be mapped out, and other
Important business attended to,
:: a a
From all Indications It would ap
pear Hint Jess Woods Is sure enough
Four Cylinder 7 PWgenger Touring Gar
WITH IMPORTED MAQHETO.
Our 1903 Models are always ready for inspection at our show
rooms; demonstrations will bs tjiven if desired.
The von hahm young cov ltd.,
Baseball Meeting; At
A meeting of tho Honolulu Hasc
ball League was held nt noon today
and It was decided to take definite
action immediately toward making
all arrangements for bringing a col
lege team here from the Coast nnd
also ono from Japan. Present at tho
meeting were I). P. II, Iscnberg,
Frank Thompson, F. E. Btecre, Mr.
Petrle, nnd John WIso.
F. K. Stcere presented tho first
report, which consisted nt sugges
tions for preliminary arrangements.
Ills report advised that the trustees
of tho baseball league handle all tho
going to cniry that proposition of "nances connected with bringing
his through. It l a mighty lone. tho college teams here, nnd that as
,!,,..,. i i. iniiiK. i.i.t i, ! toon as It beenme an assured fact
tucd to that part of the game. Ma
ulln Is a big city and Is baseball
' a a a
It Is up to tho boosters to got to
ivork and sec whnt can bo done to
wards making sure that Comlskcy
ulll bring his aggregation hern to
train next e:ir. It can bo done.
that tho outside teams would come,
season tickets for tho series bo Is
sued nt a cost of J5. The teams
would be here a month or six weeks.
Tho merchants will be asked to ad
vance tho necessary monoy to bring
the tennis hero In the first place, and
they' will afterward be reimbursed
I from tho gate receipts. All the ex-
We have a few broken lots which we are anxious to close
out; hence the 'reductions.
'All styles ranging in prices from TEN CENTS, or
THREE FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS to the best grades.
In cotton, lisle, part and all silk.
Regular Shapes, Ribbon Straps,
and No Straps
SUITABLE FOR E VENINQ WEAR.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
WHITNEY & MARSH
EASTERN Wlffi iKE WINS IN
MlShliii HIKE HOT
is showing the only
Hawaiian iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT 70 VOUNG QLDC. 76-iS0 KING 8TRRET.
ubout pay all expciiEes of tinlnlng. watch to sec how Jerry Darcy mukeJ
It Is said that he canio out verv Juhl- out.
h.nt ovoi' his stupendous undertak
ing of-bringing his plajcrH In n spu
ria! train to tho Coast, and ho prom
ises to repeat tho performance nest
Kiison. Tho H.ui l'liinclsco Sails nre
keeping steadily at the old plugging
came, and m.inago to tiliu the big
eagiieis four out of uvci live gnmus
xt :t a
Pat GleuEon turned lo(.o a remark
this morning that shows where the
weak point Is In bringing college
trums hero from the States and Ja
pan, lie said: "It will take 3G00
nt the ery least to bring . thoso
teams here, and it depends on whe
ther or not we feel sure that we can
rafcly guaruntco this amount to de
cide whether wo will carry the prop
osition through. Wo nre working It
up. however, nnd hope to get tho
right sort of inteicst iiroused.
Harney Joy will wear the big mask,
this be.ison. It his own desires are
rur'Icd out. Ho will play with the
St. I.ouls team, of course, but It Is
doubtful If ho will do any work In
the box. He snys that ho wants a
i est for one year, and as the team
has Williams to full back on. Harney
will probably stick behind tho bat
for a good part of tho time. Ho may
ulso play ono of tho bases.
n n U
Ilaseball Is about the only dope
n ion ml this little burg nowadays.
Ihe teams nre picking up men for
tho coming season, and thoso who
have been nblo to keep or are satis
fied with the men they had last year
aio out practising two or three
nights out of the woclc. There will
bo a meeting of the'I.eaguo odlclals
today, and several matters of Import
will bo decided.
n x m
HaBcball seven times a week Is
what the local enthusiasts nro look-
WOODS GETS WHITE SOX
...... .. .
t; j; ;; penoo3 oi mniniaining mo icums unu
Honolulu Kandom will eagerly , bringing them hero Bhould bo paid
flist: then 85 per cent, of the net re
lelptR should go to the league.
I'ctrle did not think that seaRon
tickets should be sold which embrac
ed loth the regular schedule games
Mid the extra ones. He stated that.
to his mind, the games should bo
placd lu two separate scrleH and
teason tickets bo sold for each. It
was finally shown, however, how
this rould not be, on account of the
fact that tho games would bo played
cm tho same (lajs. Steele said It
was his Idea to play two games on
Saturday and a double-header alo
on Sunday. This was considered
favorably by those present.
Stolen, goods are usually sold for little or nothing.
We are Going Out of Business
and are compelled and will s;!l anything in our line of LEGITI
FOR A SOfNQ
SEE US TODAY.
ee Chan, old store,
1005 NUUANU ST., NEAR KINO.
"Old Ildi'ilan" Comlskcy, owner ami
manager of tho Whlto Sot baseball
team "or Chlragn, with his wlfo and
family, has been mutoilng about San
rrnncUco In a Stud'ebaker automobile
Comtskey Is an automobllo enllniBlaut
as well iiH a baseball magnate and
has Just 'placed un order with the
Studebakcr Company for ono of iVs
now ,Vcrt -Worse-power beventpisbcn
ger cars'."'to bo painted to hU own
Ideas, which Incorporate tho White
Sox coat of arms on both sldo doors.
n n u
Hugh Wilson's Oomniell cut the
Oakland track record the other day to
1:25 1-5. Tho distance was sovon fur
longs. Ormuz ran six furlongs lu
1:12, wlUdl'Ms within ono-flfth of
second o(ttho t,rack record.
Ij u n rt
It won't j be a good Idea to reduce
the price of ono of the bleachers to
ten cents. Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n has
been a constant supporter of this
it :t ::
V. M. C. A. officials say that It
they could get a couple of good
hhorl-dlstance men they would have
a championship track team next sea
Why not "mnlto" an Ice-pond nnd
have some real skating hero? Kite
flying has been Incorporated In the
rports cuirlculum of Honolulu,
tt It B
Tho Burllnqame polo team !c win
ling consistently nt Coronndo Field at
San, Diego, Cal.
ti n 11
Hans Froolecher and Frank Ka
nao may wrestle In ubout a month.
n :: u
Meeting of tho Kennel Club this
(veiling at 7:30 at Young Hotel.
Give Western Runner'Kelly And "Billy" Have
Full Credit For
l'ew York, March 12. Forrent
Smllhsou, tho 'world's greatest liuiill
cr, has decided to quit Now Yoik. Ho
lays ho will loan this city today tor
his homo In Portland, Or., where he
will remain Indefinitely. It Is doubt,
till whether ho will over return.
Since Smlthson camo Kast for tho
national championships at Jamestown,
Vn., last year, ho has added a world's
lecord and an American Indoor rocoid
to htB credit nnd defeated tho fleetest
unci best Jumpers In the country.
Whllo much has been Bald as to his
ability as an athleto In tho West. It
l.ttr(n nnnllv mnvnd Hint RtAArn'A
te'iort bo accepted, nnd It was. Frank j was pot until ho won tho national
Thompson read the report on Inst
reason's llnanccs, which Bhowed that
the league had a balance of S91.H
on tho right side of tho book. This
Is the best showing over mnde n
tho history of baseball at the end of
It was decided that the old bleach
ers should bo reserved for children,
and the prlco of admission for them
should bo ten cents.
Tho general tenor of the conver
sation of tho baseball magnates was
very optimistic with regard to the
romlng season. Frank Thompson
enldthat soveral people hnd Inform
ed hi in that this was going to be n
bad year for baseball, hut ho had
converted them. Paul Isenbcrg,
Rteoie. nnd Petrfo all said that In
their opinion this should be a very
successful year. The meeting ad
journed until next Thursday.
S It n
RECORD AT BILLIARDS.
Coyne Furniture Co.
Tho Kxamlncr of March 10 says;
Je3s Woods, who gained famo and
dollars by successfully promoting 'the
trip of the Const League Stars to
Honolulu at tho closo of the 1907
season, has had a long talk with
President Charles Comlskey of the
White Sox nnd it Is practically set
tled that the ono-tltne world's cham
pions will do some of their training
In the Hawaiian Islands next year.
During tho conversation yesterday
Woods pioved to the Chicago mag
nate that he could make expenses an
the trip and at tho same time get his
teum Into shape. Comlskey stated
that he was well satisfied thut the
leave San Francisco in February and
bet back boforo the first of April.
This would glyo him threo full
weeks In tho Islands and with tho
tea voyage would have plenty of
training. Ho stated that the trip to
Honolulu would In no way interfere
with the coining of the White Sox
to the Const next year. The Ho
emits could play here Just us they
havo this year and the regulars
could play thrcifor four games bo
fore going io the Islands nnd three
or four upon their return.
Comlskey will leave Sun Francis
co for Los Angeles this ovening or
tomorrow morning, but In the mean
trip could be made and that at this time Norrls O'N'ell will meet Woods
timo there was nothing on tho horl- end make all tho arrangements for
zon that jvould prevent him sailing tho trip. These plans may upset
uver tho seas at tho opening of tho Woods' proposed trip with a Coast
next training season. . Loaguo team to Manila but ns yet
Comlskcy thought that he could lie has not fully decided whether he
nnange It so that the team could will give up the journey or not,
j ii , i. ii -. . i ' I , j i j. jiijl ju i uiai.)jti i
American Car Ahead
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl March 23. Tho American car In the n3w-Yoik-to-I'ails
automobllo race was reported tonight nt Ollroy and will
errlvo here soma time tomorrow morning. Tho Italian car Is at Ogden
and has broken down; tho Fiench car Is reported fiom Granger, Wyom
ing, and tho Gorman car Is also lu Wyoming, having reached Modlclno
Chicago, Match 14, Calylu Denial
est of Chicago tonight broko tho
world's amateur record for tho high
tun In the opening gamo of the na
tional amutcur 14.2 billiard tourr.u
ment at tho Chicago Athlotlc Associa
tion, making 1C8 In his seventeenth
Inning. Demurest won tho game, beat
nig Clarenco Jackson of Chicago 400
lo 165. Dcmarest's avcrago was
21 1-19 and Jackson's 9 3-18.
Tho former record of 139 for tho
high run by an amateur In a 14.2 tour
nament was made by W. C. McCrcary
In Now York lu 1899.
Among the entrants In tho prcsclit
tournoy is Harry Wright of San Fran-
Cisco. Tho next game will be played
Monday. Score of tonight's game:
Demnrest Total, 400; high run, 1C8;
average, 21 M9. JacltBon Total, 105;
high run, 62; average, 9 3-18.
Stanford University, March 12.
Stanford football coaches and captain
today awarded to Kenneth I Funton
of Poitlnnd, Or., tho punting cup of
fored by tho Quadrangle Club of the
Unlvorslty loi tho beBt all-round kick
ing during tho season of 1907, This
Is tho third successtvo year that the
cup has gono to Fcnton and by the
terms of tho gift the clevor little ath
lete from tho Noith now becomos the
permanent possessor of tho handsome
tt tt a
Jess Woods writes that Fielder
Jones of the White Sox is delighted
with the Idea of making u trip to
Honolulu next season to train.
h n tt
Candy Uoy may not be raced
again befoia June 11.
linmpionBhlp that ho was considered
the equal of tho Eastern champions,
in tho 120-ynrd hlgh-hurdlo rnco lift
beat tho fastest men In tho country
nnd won In such Impressive stylo that
ho was Immediately termed tho fast
est man In the world over tho high
jumps. Shortly after that, whllo a
student at Yalo, ho accomplished a
feat seldom equaled In tho history ol
uthletlcs nt New Haon. In ono day
ho won five ovents In the fall Inter
class games. No less than soven
times ho has exceeded "tho world's
mark of 0-08 1-5 In tho sixty-yard
lilgli-hurdle event, but on each ncca
slon tin unfortunntely toppled over a
bar, with the result that his now marl,
was not allowed and on as many
times more equaled tho record mark.
Last week, at tho Oeorgetqwn Unl
vorslty meet at Washington, ho estah
llbhed a new Amerlcnn record over
the fit:: yard course by covering tho
distance In 0:05 2-5, or two-fifths of
a second faster than It was ever run
But his grcntest achlovoment was
accomplished at tho New York Ath
lotlc Club's games Tuesday night. In
his heat In tho seventy-yard hurdlo ho
hung up tho mark of 0:08 4-G, and In
his rtual won easily In 0;09. Tho rec
ord of 0:09 1-5, which ho lowered, had
t.tood for fourteen years.
What caused his sudden intontlon
Slugging Match In
Milwaukee, Match 1C In as dea
perato a battle as has over been wit
nessed hcto and lu which theiu was
not nu Idlo-jiioment, Hilly Papko got
tho erdlct over Hugo Kelly after ton
loun.lfl of milling tonight. Although
tho Spring Vulley hoy won, It wuh by
a nairow margin, und It was nn
nouucod nt tho clooo that Kell's tlghc
hand wns broken. He also hurt a ten
don In his foioarm in ono of his wild
.wings to Papko's head. Tliiotigltoiit,
both men Indulged In rough tactics
with Pnpko tho worst offender. Again
and again lie butted Kelly lu clinches,
and when tho end camo both wero cov
ercd with blood which flowed fiom n
cut over Kelly's eye. Kelly came luck
gamely and often carried tho light to
Papke. lint Ullly was better at rloso
work. Beverul tlmoa Kelly was stag
gered by vicious hookH and pimchu
of his opponent, but ho always whirled
back with returns, many of which
smoothed tho Bmllo from Papko's face.
The last round wns a desperate st tig
gle. The men clinched ns In previous
l omuls, swopping uppercuts with their
freo hands, whllo llcfcree Ilrlght
strove desporntely to pry them apait.
In a wild tumult from tho ctowd ho
held up Papko's hand as an Indication
of victory. Tommy Hyan sent a tel
egraphic challenge to tlio winner.
u xt u
H0PPE TAKES TWO
GAMES FROM SCHAEFEIt
Have you tried Alletrrctti's choco
late creams. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Special Sale of
AH Shades '
Sisv6 and 7 , 5 yd.
" 12 ". , . . . .8 1-3 yd.
" 16 10 yd.
" 22 ( 121yd.
" 40 ,.;.'. 15 yd.
" GO x. 20yd.
" 80., 25 yd.
".100 j 30yd.
" 120 ,...: ." 35 yd.
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, MAHCH 21,
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
Columbus, b., Mnrch 11. Jacob
Schacfer wns defeated by Wllllo Hnp
po In tvo gamos of 14.2 balkllno bil
liards iilayeil hore this afternoon and
tonlghtl Sovcntoen Innings woio re
quired for Hoppo to mnko IiIb 40ft
points Iq tho nftotnoon game, while
Pchacfor was making 345. Eight In
iitngs gave Hoppo his 400 polutu In
tho evening gamo while Schuofer win
making 339. v
J U li 3t Ji) K JI 5 5 3C IS B K rt M W
lo go west Is known only to his clos
est friends, and they refnso to dlvulgo
.jA.'..lit.A....'ufft,mqftiJ04 fr'M.-U'ftil A it- A. i j .j.t..'.