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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., SATURDAY, MAY 1C, 1908.
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Some Figures Of Games
On the Past Two
Though the schedule of the big
league l hut two Raines old, It will
ho of Intel cat nt this early stage 'it
tho play to Know what somo of tro
men are doing. In a few ca3cs,
where the men hne only played one
game before todn and have not hal
ted enough to make up an nvornge,
It Is of com so Impossible to get a lino
on them, but In other cases the work
already ilono shows consistency, nml
there Is little doubt that It Indicates
something of the clans of game
which the men In question may be
expected to put up as the season goes
rigurlng on g.imos before those nf
tod. ij. for consistent hatting. Kin of
the Tuns, Oliuos of the Diamond
Heads, and C.iptatn Fernandez of the
same tr.im probably lead, the former
inerngliig .100 In two games, with
n large number of chances, and each
of the latter two acr.iglng .flOu with
fewer chance-", but with it good deal
of consistency In their work. Others
do well, us l.cmon, with .-HO out of
eight chances; McKenzic, with .280
In seven chances; Miller, with .HS3;
Haniaiil.u, with .333; livers, .290:
En Sue, .220; Soaros, .2!I0 In seven
chances; llruns, .-'."0; .luck Deshu
,2.0; Ionian, .200; nnd Iloogs dittc
An exiimplc of tho fallacy which
mty nrlse from counting strictly on
nxerages this early In the season Is
seen In the case of Aylett, who ha
batted ouu game, hus been at bat f ou
tlines, has been hit twice by u pitch
ed ball, walked once, and securer"
ono lilt, making his neragc for the
game 1.000. I
Kin Is showing up In great shape. :
Not only Is he hitting thu ball on the J
nose, but he has a perfect fielding av-'
crage so far, with u fair number -if!
chances for it man In tho garden. Hut.
the fielding averages are so far good
In most cases, and of course some of
tho men havo hardly had a chance
so far to show what they can do.
Lota hns a good record for one
g.tmo in which lie has batted. Out
of four times nt bat hu got thlcol
hits, and fanned ouuo. I
Among the men who aie playing
tho game this year Is ISiIillo Fenian-
dez, of the Jowols, covcilng first
base. Ho has batted well, nnd has
fielded .900 out of 2" chances.
Ilamoy Joy docs not show up qulto
so well as might be expected from
hlb former feats nt this game. Ho
has hit but once in suicn times nt
bat, and has several binall error.
btorcd up ugalnst him.
However, though tho season Is still
too young to figure on nvcrages
clobcly, It Is tlmo that the captains
ns woll ns tho public were looking to
tho way the men lire working out,
nnd Keeping tab on .the men who are
playing tho game.
All of the figures given In thU
articlo aio of course figured on pe.
formanccs which hnve been gli,n
bcfoic the games of this afternoon.
"! supppso jrpii expect to receio n
golden harp mid crown somo djj "
said thu wandering evangelist.
"Oh, not necessarily," rojolned tho
1 druggist, "but I expect something
just as good."
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Riverside Juniors Hold
The Illvorsldo Junior lliucball
League held ticlr last meeting last
evening In the Judd building. Pres
ent nt the meeting were the follow
ing representatives: Manuel Corrc.t
and Bam Hop for the Aula A. C;
Wal Wing for the Sweet Violets; Tsu
Jl for the As.ihl A. C.j Sam Hop for
the Orientals by proxy; Heine Eug
llsh for the Chinese Alohas.
The Important business of pio
scutlug the two gold medals to
Heine English and Dan Arcla was
The president, Ilcrnard II. Keleko
lio, picscnted the nicdnl for the bet
batter during the wliolo season to
Heine English nnd the gold medal (or
stealing bases was piesented to M.ui
These medals were ptcscnti'd to
the league by Charles llustacc, .lr.
A vote of thanks was passed to the
papers of tho city for assisting tho
league during the season 1!)U7-1!)0H.
A voto of thanks was also passe'
to the officers of the league.
After the meeting adjourned siuo
dlo, Heine English took the hoys out
nnd treated, like a good man.
Tho Wnlalun Golf Club holds n
tourney at llnietwa links tomorrow,
no entrance tec being charged, nod. .
the affair promising keen sport. Tho i
llnktt hni, lippii nut In ktilotnllil rnn- I
dltlon, a force of men hating been nt Tho Aula Athletic Club concert nml
work on them In. anticipation of t!ie',l!1"co tll,s evening nt the K. of I.
event tomorrow, In consequence of
which a good number of tho crack
local golfcas should be out to fy
It Is expected that qullo a number
of the game will bo
I journeying out iiallcwnward in tlie
morning, as milch to follow the game
ns to get in the play themselves.
n it v.
Yesterday afternoon nit tho llore-
tnnla tennis courts Sfu.ley Kennedy
defcatod H. S. drey C-3, fi-1. At t
ociock tins aiternoou A. J. Iowrcy
will play A. It. Cunha nnd S. Ken -
ncdy will play W. L. Warren. These
matches will bring the tournament
down to tho finals stage.
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A forro of men Is now nt work on
the now athletic field at Oaliu Col
lege, getting It Into such shnpo that
It is hoped It can bo used tor sports
next seiiFon. Tho field will ,havo
places for football and baseball, us
well ns u nice cinder path, which
should hnvo n tendency to make the
Intel est In sports at tho coltego go
up to fevor heat. The new work Is
w ... u,u ,uuk. itiu i,t: n Ul l ia
being done under u gift from Mrs.
H jj y
Halter Smith will wicstle with
peare on Sunday evening nt a city
ntv JUI.LKTiN ADS. PAY -TBH
SOME STAR JAGK1ES
i i nn i iiTwr iiifffiMnwiiiihiiTri ,Zr
Hawaii is Out On
Her First Cruise
The Hawaii, with n bunch of at
tendant yachts. In the local Fleet, Is
out on her Initial crulso this after
noon. The comtiilttco decided yes
tenlny that the crulso would bo held
whether tho race people on the Coast
wcro heard ftom or not, nnd so the
cruise Is on. Tho boats wliV bo out
over this afternoon and Sunday. All
the yachtsmen In town will wntch
with Interest the performance of the
lacc-yncht, which Is again nn object
of peculiar Interest, since thcr
seems a good chance of tho Trans
Pacific Knee being held.
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SIWJB ITS TEAMS
The tegular monthly nicotine of tho'
Sca-Sldt Baseball Lcaguo was held
nt the society hall nt tho corner of
Matninkea and Hotel streets last night
nt S o'clock. Present wero J. Aslng,
vlco president; Sail Chin Wong sec
retary; S. Snwnl, treasurer, and tho
following representatives of the va
rious teams; S. ,S. Wong nnd Oco.
1'ang, representing tho Pacific; S. Wn
klta, representing tho Oukwns; Y. Hoy
nml P. Louis, representing tho Star
lights; C. Hook and C. Hoy, represent
ino tho Starllnes, and C. Hoon and W.
Wlnr,, representing tho Sweet Violets
A petition of the Oukwn Uascball
team for admitting seven new play
ers In tho places of tho same number
of old ones thut resigned, was read
by tho secretary. After n long con
slderatlon by nil tho members of the
league, this petition was accepted,
nnd llio Oukwas hnvo tho opportunity
of strengthening their team onco
more. Thoy linvo lost all tho games
they hao played, but now, with tho
addition of these seven now members,
alt tho other teams of tho le-igiio huvo
to wink :i llttlo harder in order to
capturo any of the games of tho series
Tho resignation or Tieasurer Snwal
was not accepted, and tho meeting
was ndjoiirned until tho first Friday
of next month.
MM CONCERT llf
nnn promises io ue buiuoiiiihk unmuu.
Tlio liar? will bo decorated with tho
flags of tho various nations. Tho
manager of tho Club has secured tho
services of ono of tho best muslcnl
organizations In this city, and every
body Is promised n good time.
The most Important part of the
concert will be the now song com
posed by Henry Knillmnl, In honor of
the Anla baseball team, This song
will surely mako n hit with tho fol
lowers of the champions of tho Klv-
'crslde Junior League, and no doubt
.pik. win in,i tboir nr in nr.
.,.. t0 lie.lr t!)0 wor(Is r tll0 now
, Tll0 championship cup won by tho
, Ani A C-, tho two gold medals won
i,y Dan Arcla nnd Hcino Kngllsh, and
tho silver nicdnl won by Joseph Clc
mont, and given by Sam Hop, lor the
best batter in the Aula baseball team
will bo placed on exhibition this oc
nlng. Kdwln Fernandez will be In
charge of the concert nnd dance, and
that fact alone should convince nil
friends of tho lcaguo thut thoy will
havo tho best limo ever.
It n it
VALUE OF TEAM WORK
"Hatting Is sacrificed for
work In tho major leagues."
This is tho onlnion of manv of the
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Players gathorcd together under tho
I management of Frank Chance, and
I composing the clinmplons ot tho Ka-
' tlonal League and of tho world, rc-
garded by many competent baseball
' loaders nnd critics as tho brainiest
I and greatest baseball machine over
mmmm m imbim,
Ily this strong statement It Is not
meant Hint weak stickers aro want
edf but that a player's ability to
hammer tho ball must bo curbed and
used to fit In with tho needs of tho
game, all tending toward tho ono
great end, victory.
The greatest hatting ball club over
put together the Pnlladelphla Na
tionals of eight nnd ten years ago
failed to win any pennants. Teams
with weaker batsmen, but superior
team work, carried off tho coveted
Chance and his men aro playing
tho gamo this season along tho same
lines that have already won them
two pennants In tho National League
nnd ono world's championship. The
start they have mado makes it look;
as though the Cubs wcro slated for
another season something similar to
tho past two.
"Wo wilt hit as well as In the
past," said the lcador of tho world
beaters. "The men are nil going
about the same clip; when they
slump they choko the bat a llttlo
more to follow the ball closer; when
they get to hitting freely they let
out a bit and slam harder. Against
tho 'spit' ball most of us have to
choke the lint moro than for the
usual curves nnd speed, ns that ball
Is about the hardest to connect with
satisfactorily. 'Chick Eraser, I
think, has the best 'spit' ball this
spring that has ever been In tho Na
tional League. All the players who
have batted ugalnst him say this,
and I look for a great season for tho
vcncrabla Charles Cooper."
LAJ0ICE CRIES QUITS
Napolcon Lajolc, manager of tho
Cleveland American Lcaguo baseball
team, and the former champion bats
man of the world, will rctlro from his
position as tho head of tho Naps noxt
year. The ball-player has not mado
this announcement public, but ho has
confided to bomo of his Intimate
friends that this Is to bo his last year
is a manager in Cleveland, no mat
ter whore his team finishes tho race,
for ho figures thut tho cares of man
agement are hurting his playing, and
ho prefers to remain tho star playor
of tho league, rather than a leader
Thero has been much criticism ot
the Frenchman as n manager, and tho
fact that ho has not been able to win
a pennant with tho team ho -has hid
behind him has worried him not a lit
tle. Iii a letter to an Intimate friend
tilts spring, "Larry" made tho state
ment that'thls was to bo his last year
ns a1 manager, no 'matter whether he
was successful In winning the cham
pionship. He still thinks that ho has
many moro years of usefulness on te
diamond If he takes good caro of
himself, and'rlds himself of tho bur
dens of leadership.
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ATTELL'S EASY VICTORY
"Brooklyn tommy" Sullivan made
a sorry showing last Friday In his
fight witnAbe Attell at tho Coliseum,
San Francisco, going down to defeat
In the fourth round nftcr n rather
unsatisfactory fight. From tho tap
of the first gong, when Sullivan
made a few weak passes and stepped
around tho ring In u wobbly condi
tion, ft was qulto apparent that the
strain of reducing nftcr such a long
absence from the ring had so weak
ened him thnt he was in no condition
to fight. As soon as Attell saw that
Ifc had hU opponent' at his mercy ho
allowed him-to land a few punches
In order to get to closo quarters and
rip In short-arm jolts to the stomach,
which soon had tho Mlssourian In
distress. Thcoo blows had tholr ef
fect, for aftor thrco or four had been
sunk In his m Id-sect Ion ho complain
ed to tho referee that Abe was hit
ting low. Attell kept up theso tac
tics during tho first threo rounds and
gradually-sapped what llttlo remain
ing strength Sullivan had, and In
tho fourth round, coming out of a
clinch, Attell hooked a right to tho
Jaw which toppled Sullivan over, but
ho managod to struggle to his feet
nt the count of nine, only to be seut
to tho mat twice more, whereupon
tho police Interfered and Referco At
vie King awarded tho tight to Attell.
Tho exhibition put up by Sullivan
should serve as nn object lesson to
tho fight promoters. And thnt is,
theso old-tlmcrs cannot come back
nnd show oven n gllmpso of their for
mcr skill, and, In future no boxer
should bo rcsurrocted from the "old
world" and mulched with any ouii
and seasoned boxer, much less against
n champion who stands hcud and
fhouldors abavo iinv boxer or his
welcht In tho world. In his prime,
Siilllvnn wuu able to copo with tho
bnt men In his claw, but he Is all l'i
and while ho showed a flash of clev
erness now nnd then, ho couldn't
it mil up under tho punishment Abo
i.udcd out to hill).
R K II
pubiic nn BATH
rules wi cordoct
Tho public baths nnd tho WulMkl
County Park aro becoming moro and
moro popular with tho children ot
tho public schools and nomly ovcry
day somo Vllt the Hnths, For tho
benefit of the public the following
miw;, iu.iiUi by the P.uk Cummin
sloners, nro again published. Tho
regulations nro nil mado solely for
ltfUftfe Bj-lfiBft nSafMytflkfaftipigtH ymfa, t
the benefit of the public, and though
no Infractions to any great extent
have been noticed, It' Is desired that
those who may visit tho resort with
the children observe them fully. It
is particularly requested that waste
paper and other rubbish left by pic
nickers be placed In the boxes pro
vided for 'that purpose.
RULES FOR' THE1 USE
OF THE PUBLIC BATHS
FIIKE U8K OF PAP.K
1 Tho use of the park, tho pavil
ions and tho bath Is free to all.
Dathers may bring their own tow
els and bathing suits.
Uathcrs must wear clothes cover
ing the body.
2 Hath suits and towels will be
furnished at the pavilion for 25c for
WOMEN'S DRESSING ROOMS AND
3 Tho women' dressing rooms
nnd rest house ore at tho-makal-Dla-
mond Head corner of tho park.
Men nnd boys are not allowed In
theso buildings, nor on tho grounds
Immediately In front thereof,
MEN'S DRESSING ROOMS
i The men's dressing' rooms aro
in tho basement, In the-maknl-Ewa
corner of the park. Women aro not
allowed In this basement.
6 Tho refreshment pavilion Is
open to all, except that persons In
bathing suits will not bo. permitted
In the pavilion, nor In the women's
Refreshments may bo bought at
the pavilion, or may be brought to
nnd enten therein, or In tho park.
CLEANLINESS AND TIDINESS
0 Tho assistance of the public Is
requested In keeping the buildings
nnd grounds clean and tidy.
It Is requested that waste papers
nnd other litter bo placed In tho
boxes provided for tho purpose.
Dathers must not hang clothes or
towels outside of the dressing-room?.
7 Tho bringing of beer or other
Intoxicating liquor Into either tho
grounds or buildings Is prohibited.
UOISTEROUS CONDUCT AND LOUD
8 Holsterous conduct and tho
making of loud noises Is prohibited.
It Is particularly desired that tho
park may become a pleasure resort
for women and children, and the as
sistance of the public In making It
pleasant for them Is requested,
9 Cutting, marking, breaking,
marring or- defiling the- building i.
furniture, grounds, trees or shrub
bery Is prohibited, under penalty of
Tho playing ot baseball, football
or cricket on tho beach park prem
ises is forbidden, owing to tho dan
ger of breaking tho electric lights.
Ample room for such games Is avail
able across tho street In tho main
HOURS OF OPENING AND
y Tho beach nnd buildings will
betpen to tho public from G o'clock
a. m. to 11 o'clock p. m., except on
Saturdays, when they will be open
until 11:30 p. m. No one is allowed
therein after the closing hours.
VIOLATION OF RULES
11 Violation of nny of tho nbovo
rules and regulations shall subject
tho offender to exclusion from tho
12 Carringcs may bo tied In tho
mauka-Diamond Head corner of the
beach park, hut not elsowhero there
13 Tho Park Commission request
that complaints or suggestions con
cerning the accommodations at tho
beach and the management thereof
may bo addressed In writing to thorn.
Honolulu, April 23d, 1908,
REAL ESTAT1 TKAWSAOTIOXa
Entered for Record 'May 18, 1908,
from J0:30 a. m, to 4 p. m.
A V Slovens to Kariohokiilu Enoa,
Washington Mercantile Co by Assuo
to 'Elizabeth Anthon et al AL
A A Wilson to Hank of Hawaii I.td.M
Entered for Record May 16, 1903,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a, m,
Frank Gomes to T Bhlbayamn..CanL
Joo Do Rego und wf-to Ino Stables'
C,o. Ltd D
Leo. Poy to Imo Yuen Hong ,.,,, PA'
8 P N Kuhuipo to Genkuro Chimoii.L
John J Abrcu nd wt to John An-
ill.tlo . . ..'.' D
I I'otci- McContiiln to Mr Hnchrl
I Ksuhaahit and lu.b l'i Mclinit . D
.ley" M Mil I'liv imi I i'f I ,l',o A
Miiv - . . , ,..n
Alllo V Holmes to E N Hiuluoi ...,D
l'i ,(nclsi' NoIi;I:;r Pill wl to 1! N
Horniuu ,,, .-. ,.M
Alto to Mnty M Cootu .. ,, , D
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i Kidllhukln an I ha t- lu'lm uhuo
. Jnhl D
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i latino D
i Wong Van to Kuu Ilu- 113
lr. the nppllcntlnn for articles of In
I'lii'poi'iillou of thi; KuImmI .oa Cilalu,
It Is statod that tho conipanj, when
formed, will construct "damns,"
Water Booth on
In '-ji Soda
T. Murakami, ono ot tho most suc
cessful Japanese merchants ot Hono
lulu, died suddenly at 11 o'clock last
night' of heart failure. Mr. Mura
kami attended a Japaneso banquet
last night nnd on his return cnlled at
one of tho Boda-water stands on Riv
er street, where he ordered a glatM
of soda water. Previous to thnt ho
had" been reeling unwell, No sooner
had he drank tho,, water than ho
sank back nnd oxplrcd, Dr. Uchlda
and Dr. Kntsukl were summoned, bu
on their arrival they found It was
Dr. Kntsukl said this morning that
the dcceascdlhas been suffering from
Internal troubles. Tho immediate
causo of dcth was given as heart
Mr. Murakami came here ns n con
tract laborer. lib gradually worked
his way up and was at tho tlmo of
his death' ono of tho most respected
gentlemen In the Japaneso commu
nity.' Ills store on Hotel street l
closed today In memory of tho deceas
ed proprietor. Ho was ono ot tho
officers of tho Japaneso Merchant'
IS. MllttKl Mil
GAUSID BY FAIL
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aii intimato menu ot mo inmiiy
sends the II u 1 I o 1 1 n tho following
details of the death of Mrs, T. Snow
Milter In Kona, Tho previous ac
counts sent to tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n wcro
evidently based largely on hearsay:
Mrs. T, Snow Milter's death, which
occurred some time early In the aft
ernoon ot Tuesday, May Cth, was tho
result ot a fall from n slono wall
which she was attempting to cross'.
Tho doctor who saw tho remains
states positively that death was In
stantaneous and had occurred early
on Tuesday afternoon. The causo
ot death was Mrs. Miller's head strik
ing u rock ns sho fell.
Mrs. Miller went out tor n walk
on Tuesday morning along the bench
trail from Kcauliou, where sho had
been staying for n few days with her
daughter, Miw. A. A. P. Held. As
soon ns nnxlety was roll, search par
tien were organized, nnd, nlthoitgli
they remained out nil night, Mrs.
Miller's body was not round till 7
a. m. May 6th. Mrs. Miller had not
Buffered from hunger and exhaustion.
UM PARTY MUSS
A meeting of tho Labor party
takes place tonight ut Aala Park,
commencing nt 7:30. Asldo frciii
Achl, Olcpnu and Chas. llroad, It is
said that D. Knlauokalanl, Sr., who
Is a laborer himself, will bo ono o:
tho speakers. Other prominent
speakers havo consented to' speak,
but their names have not been given
out. According to Achl himself,-the
occasion will mark the birth of the
Labor party. He has tinted that ho
will give out the plans of campaign
and the platform at tho meeting.
Fin Job Prioti"; at the Bulletin.
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are what yon are looking for, no
matter what line of business you arc
engaged in. The pleasure of seeing
yonr name in print grows monoto
nous after a time, and, besides, even
if it docs tickle your vanity to sec
your namo in the paper, that won't
pay the prorcry bill. The pleasant
part of advertisinp; is tlie counting
un of the nroflts therefrom. That 1.1
what a BULLETIN WANT AD.
wiil enable vou to do. Bulletin
ads. create business for advertisers,
They -are worth Pinny times what
jn'i pay for them. BcsulU are o.irs
if vou advertiss in tlie BULLE
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WtT OUABANTEES BESULTS.
Bryan Men Will Probably
An Instructed Dele
Tho Democrats hnvo everything In
readiness for "tho Tcriltorlul conven
tion which will bo held nt Wnvcrlcy
hall next Monday morning nt lQ
o'clock. A number of delegates from
Hawaii arrived In the Mauna Kca
this morning, nnd tho Kauai contin
gent Is expected In tho Klnnit tomor
row Contrary to expectations Na
tional Committeeman Palmer P.
Woods did not nrrlvo from Kohnln tills
morning, nnd ho will therefore not
bo nt tho convention. It Is generally,
believed thnt ho will not bo a candi
date for a trip to Denver, although at
noon tho Democratic leaders had not
lectdved any word whatever from hlni.
Tho main question to como beforo
tho convention will bo that of whether
Hawaii's delegates am to bo Instruct
ed for Ilrynn or whether thoy nro to
bo sent unlnstrncted. The Ilrynn men
nro very sttong, and It Is practically
certain that they will prevail.
Thero was somo tnlk among tho
lenders about hnlng tin executivo
rpsbIoii alter the convention at which
tho plans for tho coming campaign
could bo outlined, but this plan has
ONION (TUB MUE)
TO PSEH RllH
National Committeeman Robertson
will go to tho Republican convention,
nlthough the trial In which he Is en
gaged prevented him from taking
passage on tho steamer China and in
tending tho meeting of tho National
Committee, that takes plnco somo
weeks provlous to tho convention.
Thercfoio tile dinner given by tho
Onion Club to Mr. Robertson took
place nt the Moana Hotel last even
ing. Tho original Onion Club nnl
n lew guests were prcsont. They In
cluded A. O. M. Robertson, Frank
Kruegcr, II. C. Pflugcr, Tim Lyons aflr
J. O. Rothwcll, James A. Wilder,
Judge Edlngs, Georgo Hcnshnll,
Chester Doyle, Robert Hare, Col. C. I
J. McCarthy, Representative Ed.
Qulnu, Harry Armilnge, Wullnco It.
Farrlngton. , The toasts were In
chnrgo of Georgo Hcnshnll, who flrt
called on Mr. Farrlngton to respond
the toast of tho honored host. Mr.
Farrlngton responded by giving n
representation of the oratory of lloli
crtion's nrcii-cncniy. Then followed
a series of interesting speeches on
tho origin nnd development ot thu
Onion Club. Jim Wilder told how
ho was initiated. McCarthy explain
ed how tho Democrats got in. Mr.
Pflugcr related how the decoration
wero sccuicd. Judge Edlngs sang
"Dixie." Doylo gavo a correct imi
tation of the onion ns a strong re
slstunt. And so it went, with songd
by the Kaal quintot in between. Mr.
Robertson expressed his deep appre
ciation of tho honors thrust upon
him and explained how In onion thero
It was the, first formal banquet n(
tho Onion Clul;, and It was n distinct
Tho Cntholle Church of the S.icrcd
Heart, Marqiicsville, Piinahou, In .
charga ot Rev. Father Clement, To
moriow, May 17th: 11 a, in., high
mass, sermon, collection; 3 p. m.,
rosary, Sunday school, ,
" ' ' - '"F" Will 'II w.
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