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raiNn mn.tr.TiN. Honolulu, t. it., Saturday, mav as, ioos.
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.rrnw1 ci nice line of Mac
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ment of CaJdy Bags, Balls, Tees,
Gloves, and everything needed by the
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enjoy the game
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Rvals, To Mix At
I Aala Park
TIhm will lie uiniethlng doing fit
tliu la I'aik diamond tomorrow
attorn m when tho Chlneso A. C.
lines i against the Pnlamas In tho
seconitontcJt scheduled for tho day.
Tho fist gamo will 1)0 played uo
Tisers And Bulletins
Hook Up-Stars On
The weekly baseball lilni of tho
Ink-sliiicera occurs tomorrow after
noon. Tho hour has been sot for 1 tw con he Jaimniso nnil tho Kaalas.
o'clock, In acroidancc with tho re-lcnpt. . Herger'B musicians will play
filial of tho trustees lu allow morn- during the ball games nml a large
ciowdjvlll bo there. A pleasant mi
ornooijls promised ever) one.
Altbugh the main talk among tho
fans I on tho gamo between the
l'alami) and the Chinese A. C, still
tho Hit tautest, between tho Japan
ese tcln anil the Kanlas, Is attract'
WHITNEY & MARSH
Long Lid Gloves
'in WHITE, PINK, BLUE, TAN MODE, BLACK and GRAY.
how fast things can happen.
Tho no source of logrct about
lug baseball on the Sabbath. The
Advoitlfers will light It out with the
Jlullctlns anil tho Mercantile with
tho Parudlso rcpicsentutlves will al
so swat tho sphere.
Oooil ball is expected. In fact,
some of tho games so far have been
cri cicdltahlo Indeed, nml there arc1 Inc abooil ileal of attention. Tho
none of them which arc not nil right Nlppph will be out In force tomor
for the fans, even If In places their row lid are ready to back any
chief Interest consists In washing nmouit behind their team against
tho Walas. Manager K. Yasumorl
Is conldcnt of taking tho gamo from
till g.imiM this lime Is the fact that I tho Idders of the Icaguo and what
Yasuriirl saB usually puis out.
Klorcijnnd Joe Hoss, who nro the
star iyers of the Nippon team, will
bo in tho game, strengthening It a
ThdChlneso A C.-Pnlama game,
commiiclng at 3 p. in., Is the prin
cipal liplc of talk among tho Aala
fans fie Pst wtek. lloth of these
teams linve to light It out for cham
pionship honors. i i.
It tibk'thcm Ave games to decldo
last jilir'8 laurels and the chances
arc thil this sear will And these two
the stellar aggregation will bo ab
sent, and the crowd will miss their
beautiful forum and bright faces as
well ns their great exposition of tho
IVw'of the fans who hao warmed
the blccchcrB while these games wcro
in niogress hao ever had a bettor
time at the beat o..:i!'jltlon over put
up lu the Islands There Is nlwajs
something at which to jell, there Is
nlwajg rabid rlvahy, and tho men
miike up In tries for what they may
at times not actually fceore in put
outs and assists and hits. '
Tho best golfers In Honolulu will
be out tomonow to beat Colonel llo
gcy. And thero Is little 'chance but
that tho Colonel will bo beaten
toundly, Ever thing is in favor of
his competitors at tho Country' Club,
whero n tournc) Is on, for two beau
teams lighting for It again. j Fsplnda
and IIiopll will form the I'ahima
battoryVind Aklnn am. Clit llul tho
p. A. c It will bo g'reat ball and
will douiitlras attract ;i Me crowd.
bhViatpwp bKfotyt to see this con
test and .nearly "all the sons of tho
Cefes'tluJ Empire, vIl bo theie.
Ilcrt iWwers will vunyilre.
Tho Knm lujs are all ready for tho
minstrel shot which they will hold
Tho links have been , In tho g.vmnailuni at their school this
evening. Tint have neon practicing
for tlueo wciics, assiduously, getting
their songs d mn pat, working, up
iislncrs, and learning
songs arc right up-to-jokes
aro said to be
new, In whlcl case, considering the
provervlnl umlqiilty of most Jokes,
their stago I
date, and tho
put Into splendid condition never
better. The greens lime worked up
enough enthusiasm to make the men
work, whllo the pi lies nro pretty
onough to Justify tho honest perspir
This Is one of the regular events
of the greens' schedule, which has ! they will go Worth hearing.
boon ananged bo as to have Interest-I Six end miin will bo there, with
Ing matches cohering tho whole car. tambourines, tiid nil tho paraphasia
,. ., . ., ,j ,, . ,, aad Judging from tho way they hato
It 13 the nibt Ilogey j the list. P.oni ,,ecllJ lnhacficUvi m thQi Bool c.ich
p.u.iuiiD ni.iiuaiiuiiB. tmu iiii-uu.ciD geemg Bllr0 to make a lilt, unit be tho
expect a showlngAvhlch will do cred
It to tho committee and the trophies
t!ie liavo up.
1110 UNION ST.
HEAR HOTEL STREET
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always something doing.
fit. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Auto for Hire
WATTTTST. TtriS fiall nn nt nnv
jtime by telephone any one of these
numbers: 280, 200, 1037.
PAINTING. PAl'KRHANOING AND
(Jenwnl Jobbing A fipecialtj.
V Dealers in Wall Paper. Paints, Oils,
ti. P. 0. Vox 914. 221 No. King
tit , opn, Aala Park. W. B. Kuroj mur. cHIKTRY of every capacity and do
,f-' i; ; I"..., ecn'ption made to order, Boiler work
Rrm.rnbortMthelJarb,rop t-, d jjjyjj, pipES f gatfpfl
.meat hat promlied to c:rt wjy the jneeinltv Particular at
refure whan yoa clesn up yojr side- purposes a specmity. rarticuiar at
'walk' Col up the depirtmrr.t whsn tentioa nau to JOB WORK, and re
your part of tho worK is aonc. pKirc cxciuicu ai iiuortcsi notice
"HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR HA-
blight particular ctar of tho ocnlng.
Mr. Cunlin, who has been training
the slngeis, sus that tho bos aro
good enough right now to go on at
tho Oper.a House. ,
Theio la fu bo a packed house to
night, tho way tho tickets hno sold.
i:ei.ono who has bought a ticket Is
in gill to bo at tho building early, so
as to got a good seat. Kew tickets
are now left. Tho doors will open at
7 '30 o'clock.
Tho minstrel Is being gheu for thu
day to Ingluiious defeat befoio tho ' ,MU-IY "' u' """"'"""u'"v ""
After tho Alllolanls had started
oft the sorles of tho Junior lntercol
leglato llmeball I.caguo Mondaj by
winning handily fioni the Mills In-
stlluto liojs, they went down ycstcr-l
HISS II) 1HM11
Kanhuniauus. Ono run In tho fouith
alone piecntcd a blanking. As It
was, thu contest went merrily on'to
tho tuno of 13-1.
The losing streak of tho Alllo- Tmo Ania a, C. participate this
lanls was duo to tho fact that tho cm.UUR n an event which will be
men weio not up to their usual form, ' remembered for many n moon by the
anil thu baseman and fielders seemed Hlveislde nthletcs. At Notlcy hall
to huo soft boaji in theli mils. A on Kukul Btreet, at 0 o'clock, they
good battel j could not stop tho ,Nm har u luau. Invitations aro
couiko of Hip tnboggan. i ollt mi tho Aalai aro going to
Alex As.nu, on tho mound for the SpiCad themselves. Thoy will show
wlnnors, was a good one, and his tmt tnoy )U0 conversant with the
work told in the llmil outcome llM Hawaiian hospitality, cud tun
Tho lineups. pr.ittlco It. 'Nough scd. I
aiiiui.iiii-iioug wnncK, ivaiua.
Ili)d, Daniel, Cecil, L. Athuck, Uu
Id, J Woo, Toster.
Knaliumanu Tun I.o, Isanll, J.
Aylett. 8. Awal, ' 11. I.lshmnn, A.
Abain, Yutnka, A. Wong
Store by Innings: ,
. 1 2 3-1 r. 6 7 8 0
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I HIL0 BASEBALL
Hllo. Hawaii, May 21. Of tho
threo ball games placd during tho
wtek that of Satutduy was tho most
! noteworthy, Inasmuch as It brought
to Mooheau Park the ropresciitatlyea
Novel Event At The
Track- Horses Are
Local locrs of the honk-honk car
will have an unusual treat this aft
ernoon, at 4 o'clock, lu n race which
Is to bo held at Kaplolant Park, tho
first of Its kind In this city. Tho 2!
I'lanklln from the Stoclonuls garage
will go tho 40 Tourist from the As
sociated garago, owned by C. 11.
Ilchn, for live miles, each car to shift
position in regard 'vto tho post at ev
ery turn, so ns to avoid the chanco of
accidents. Duo to the fact that tho
track Is not banked, skidding is pos
sible. R. II. Lewis will pilot tho
Krnnklln and Melvln C. King of tho
Associated Garage will be at the
Tourist's Btcerlng wheel.
Henry Lewis was originally to
have driven tho Franklin, but his
arm was broken csterday by a kick
ing crank, and ho 1h out of It.
Sure Shot anil Uuko Spencer, Jr.,
nml Shnnnock and Mnkaala will fur
nish two running ocnU after the
autos have settled their event.
OUTRKiiiER CLUB CETS
dM H FROM ZOO
Things were expedited In tho
plans of the Outrigger Club yester
day when the president of the club
learned that tho two grass houses at
tho Zoo were about to bo pulled down
and forestalled this by securing
them from tho owner, Charles A.
Illtldlngcr, who Is an Outrigger man,
too. Tho houses will be nt onco put
up In sections at tho site which the
club hns Bccured on the beach be
tween tho Moana and tho Seasldo
properties, one of them to faco tho
ocean and to bo used as n bath-house
for tho members, and tho other to
faco the stream,' and to be used for
the storing of tho surf-boards, canoes
ami other paraphernalia. Shactous
Iannis will be put up ubout the thntcn
houses; Tho club will have a homo
next week, It all goes well.
The securing of the structures Is
particularly lucky, as they are lino
examples of tho Hawaiian grass
house, built by old-time natives
brought from Mnul, Kauai, and Ha
waii. It will bo a nlte thing to bo
able to point out these picturesque
buildings when visitors hero ask
where they enn seo a real gras3
house, such as the natives lived In
before the coming of the whites. And
for this purpose, tho location be
tween tho two hotels particularly
Second teams from St. Louis and
Oalm Collcgo played ball yesterday
afternoon at the Pun grounds with
the result that the visitors held
laurels In their brain-pans wlion
thoy loft for home. They won tho
foliage by a score of 16 to 7. Wll
Ham Hoopll was tho feature of tho
game, shining as tho star of the
Tho young ball-plnjers trotted out
on the diamond us follows:
St. Louis C. Ilrlto, cfj Yamashl-
io, If; Alona (captain), 3I; A. Ahoug
O. Holt, rf; W. Wells, bs; E. Shlo
bcr, lb; T. Yen, c; J. Smith, p.
Punnhnu Ahrens, cfj Taylor, If;
Hitchcock, 3b; Hind, if; Mon Yin,
ss; Iugalls, lb; Gi Willfong (cap
tain), c; T. Frailer. P.
Umplie's Arnold nml V. Aynu.
it tt tt
Long Silk Gloves
in WHITE, BLACK, TAN, PINK, BLUE, and BROWN.
Long Lisle Gloves
in WHITE and BLACK.
Ml 1 (Hi
BIH M HaIH
THE COST OF A HEN.
Note Suburbanites will bo pleas
ed to learn that the Department of
Agrlcultmo Is still ngltatcd over tho
early expense of keeping a hen.
How ninth It costs to keep n hen,
In dollaiH and In cents,
1 do not know, but otheiwlso
it iilmply Is Inimenso.
Sho's such a busy, nctlvo thing
And wrecks more garden soil
In half nn hour than ono can fix
In das and das of toll.
She doesn't seem to botTicr much
About hot mortal needs
Until the llower-bed-l nrc done.
And then sho swipes tho seeds.
Sho'u neighborly as sho can be.
And when her lardei's poor,
Shg climbs the high dividing fence
And helps herself next door.
She roams around tho livelong day.
As cheerful as can be.
And plas tho very dickens with
All growing proporty.
She seems to think she has a right
To ever little bit
Dog Fanciers Will Have
Pets On iDisplay' At
At last It has been decided where
tho benth show of tho Hawaiian Ken
nel Club, to bo held whllo tho Fleet
Is hole, will be opened. The loca
tion for the show has given more
troublo than all of the other details
together, and, now that It Is settled,
most of the difficulties which faced
tho dog-fanelcru have vanished. It
Is to be held nt the Palace Square
location, on King and Meicluint
streets, on July 20th, 21st. 22d. 23d.
Kniilo: will cloie on tho 11th.
a t: n a u t: tt a a a n
a SPORTS CALENDAR tt
a a :: a a a a a a a :: t: a a tt a a Tint S,o tan sec, ami what sho can't
May 23-Auto race, Kapiolani - s" "v nml " !"r "
Park, 4 p. m.
May 23 Horss races, Kapiolani
Park. 5 p. m.
May 23 Cricket, Makiki, p. m.
Ma 23 Anla A. C. luau, Notlcy
Mav 23 Basesall. runs vs. &t.
Louis; Kams vs. Diamond Heads.
May 23 Kamenamena Ainieno
Association minstrel show.
May 24 Golf, Country Club's bo
May 30 Uoxlng, Ah Sam vs. Jock
Juno 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
' June 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
Juno 11 Kamehameha Aquatic
shoot for club championship.
June 11 Hawaiian Oun Club's
semi-annual prlte shoot.
June 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 20, 21, 22 Kennel Club
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Maul rsces.
Oh. saj !
What does n lion cost every eir?
To cnlculato Is vain.
For figures cannot measure half
Her owner's mental strain.
W. J. LAMI'TO.W
Ill New Yoik World.
The Fleet H coming,
up th City.
Let us clean
After ho had been tried out for tho
ptaeo through tho week. St. John had
to bo taken out of tho box for tho
Jewels at tho last minute, us ho was
suffering from a soro arm.
lletween Jan. 1 nml Nov. 1, 1907,
tho flro loss of tho United States was
S180,7Gn,300, compared with 424,-
460,200 in tho same ten mouths of
IRRIGATION LUNA WANTED.
A voting, unmarried man, thorough
ly acquainted with Irrigation, who
tan run n level. Apply F. A.
Schncfer & Co., 'Ltd. Honolulu,
May 23rd, 1908. 4010-3t
MK LUIIE OPENS
I Tlvn tintu I tin mnuA I In i. ftliu 1 1 T nlfrilO
Kanhumanu , . .6 i 0,0 1 1 2 0 1-U f society who favo.cd either the , nnnlBB , ,Ilg tonlorroW
AI lolanl ..... 0 01 fli.oo-1 Huikfoldor bounty team. 1-urther- Uw Kb ,a 0J.
Itmplrcs-i:, j ell and Fernandez, n'10,0, It afforded nn opportunity for u(, mt J(lnanD,,a Consu, wi
muici tinium u. nilllg. Iiin OXlllUlllOn Ul vuncjiuieu uo. ,,-,.. ,,,, ,,,,, ,. . .,.
a a a
(Special to Tho II u I 1 o 1 1 n )
WAII.UKU, Maul, May 22. Tho
baseball gnmeh nt Wells Park oa
Sunduv nftoinoon, May 21, beginning
'nt 1 30 o'tlctk, will bo between tho
Stais nml Henlauls and Wnlkapu and
Kiiliulul 1 ho game lust Sunday b
tween the Walkirpu and Healaiil was
so rrltlug anil tlo'-e, the scoie bo-
Ing 4 to 2 lu favoi of Wulkapu, tint
the public will tin u out lu large
numbeis to witness tho games. Tho
bojs win play for all they aro
w oi th, anil tho winners will hnvo no
soniu with and fcomo without extia
ordinary i-holes. Tho score was:
I County, 12; Huckfold, 7. Hut thut
j gives no Idea of tho amount of fun
tint tho spectators had.
On Sundny the games were rather
lifeless as tho scores show: Hllo, 10;
Nanlwa, 2, Mooheau, G; H. A. C, 1.
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STANDING OF HIL0 TEAMS
Mooheau ,...! B
Nanlwa c -
H. a. c f 1
Next Sunday's games: 1:30 p. in.,
Mooheau vs. Nanlwa; 3 p. m II. A.
n .... lllli . .
nciit, local Japaueso will attend, to
seo tho cons of Nippon stint plaving
the game, under an impulso of Inter
est furnished by the piospect of the
Kclo University team being here
early In the summer.
a a a
I Sallor-crlcketcrs fiom tho Hrittsh
bark Holjwood and from tho Ilrltlsh
Mourner Klvuston take part In a
Ignmo whlih Is In pi ogress at Ma
kiki Held this afternoon.
tt a a
Sunt. Cnninbolt bus clvnn the Hllo
4 "nn I I,nBolm1' LcaKuo permission to build
1 " ,u I hliii.iilinrn nt MnnliAnn Prill
tt a a
Tho Kams and tho Puna play bull at
Oalm college Monday afternoon,
Of Clothing, Furnishings and Hats '
For Men and Boys
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED FROM 25 to 50 1
A new line of REGATTA SUITS for boys, direct from
the factory, will sell for $1.50, 52.00, $2.50 and $3.00;
WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY! -
Our line of MEN'S SUITS are the most complete we
have ever shown. Prices $9.00, $10.50, $12.00 and $15.00
Come and examine these Goods before buying your summer
SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, and HATS all reduced in price.
Some lines 50.
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