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' BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY,. JULY 11,. 1908.
REFORMERS, ALERT IN COLLEGE SPORT;
" PLAN TO DROP FOOTBALL HALTS
lty J. V. KIT7.0KIIAI.D
.With tho lntorcollcglnto track and
Held season over, the current ntlilettc
season of the Ms universities Is at an
olid., ,Thn Ynlc-Ilarvnrd boat raco
and the big rcfinttn. at I'ouRhkcepalo
dropped the curtain on colloKl
late . athletic activity until next
period, and with tho numerous social
duties of tho college ninn during the
winter It takes an exceptionally good
student to keep pace with his work.
lutcrcollcglato relations have not
been by any means harmonious dur
ing the season. In addition to the
break of Michigan with tho confer
once, Cornell and Princeton broko
During the academic year Just end- over football, and later had a disagree
ed there was much discussion on the
various branches of sport featured by
the colleges. Not only were tho rule
makers busy with remodeling seveinl
of the games, but students and facul
ty were also active In making sug
gestions as to Just how the contests
should be played and what restric
tion's should be placed on objection
, Football and basketball were per
haps the keenest sufferers from this
move to do nway with rough play.
Doth games arc severe physical tests
even their most ardent devotees ad
mit. When all Is sifted down the
agitation ngainst certain rules will
not Injure the sport, .followers of Uie
Action on the part of the authorl-
ment over baseball. The latter differ
ence, however, has been patched up.
Georgtown and George Washington
severed connections over a football
gamo and New York University and
Kutgers havered football relations.
Miis Bestan'ck's lunch
One of the prettiest luncheons of
the week was given by Miss Constance.
Restarlck on Thursday in honor ot
.Miss Kdlth Spalding. Tho tablo was
tics in several of the big colleges of decorated In tho Tenth Infantry col
the West resulted In a shortening ot ors red nnd blue while greens and
the football schedule, and during the
coming season the majority of the big
colleges of the East will also play
fewer games than has been the case
since the Introduction ot football as
n' major sport. Tho action of Presi
dent Eliot, ot Harvard, in criticizing
the length ot tho schedules arranged
by the different Crimson teams re
sulted In a move toward reduction In
sport, and the head ot the Cambridge
university was warmly commended
by some ot the leading educators In
the country for his stand.
In the West, where tho move for
thcnbolttlon of the big schedules was
first felt, much antagonism was
aroused among certain of the col
leges. Perhaps the strongest univer
sity to take a stand In favor ot the
old system was Michigan. The Wol-
ferns made an artistic ccntcrplccd.
Tho place cards bore tho Tenth In
fantry crest, picked out In gold, tho
motto making a bravo showing., On
the rcverso sldo were amusing riddles,
the answers being given In military
terms. The guest-of-honor lookedJ
very pretty. Among thoso proscnt
were Misses Alice Cooper, Allco Spald
ing, Ethel Spalding, Ronnie Catton,
II. Catton, Adclo Mprgan, Ella Wight.
Sunday, July fifth, was Mrs. Eliza
beth Klnau Wllder's seventy-seventh
birthday, and many relatives and
friends were at Easkbank to congrat
ulate her. Hcrr Bcrgor was there and
played many beautiful selections,
among them "The Holy City," Mrs.
Wllder's favorite. Eskbank was a
bower of flowers sent by loving
trlonrla nn ,!, ilni- Thflrn raM
yerines did not agree with the con- Ju,,ds Car,orSi ,, 1IUchcock8i
ference that the new schedule anl
eligibility rules would Improve con
ditions In sport. As a result, the re
lations ot the Western colleges was
not harmonious, and In the end Mich
igan broke away from the confer
ence. I)ut for all the unfavorable talk
and criticism football has aroused,
the movement to do away with the
game Inaugurated several years ago
has not been successful. In fact, tho
Cookes, Swanzys, Herberts, von H,olts.
Tcnncys, all the nieces and neighbors
camo to sing "Aloha!? to "Aunt'vl.lz
zle." When the music was over tho
band boys came into the house? and
had, coffee, which was made by Mrs.
Andrew Fuller, and of course, delici
ous, llerr Bcrgcr mado a touching
little 'speech on departing, saying "It
was like old times to be hero i&nco
.more, to seo and talk with tho' old
lrlcnds nnd I havo played' more 'hero
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KEIO BASEBALL TEAM
TOP BOW (readine from left to right) E. HIGO. lb: M. KAMliAMA..lf: Y..WASHIZAWA...aist mn V SAiTft mm-. P. irawvr m,.
K. ABE, 2b; D. MUBAKAMI, rf. BOTTOM BOWM. KOYAMA, p; X JAKAHAMA, capt.; N. FUKUDA, c: S. OHABHJ, cf.; SASAKI, frfr.
Ltlhilcyi arc having n most successful 'their arrival hero somo ,wcoks ago, c
run, Ipcct to go to tho Orient about tho
mlddlo of September. f
Mr. and' Mrs.1' Clifford Kimball, pop. .
'nliir young boclety .folk, wero' return- Capt. and Mrs. Ilces aro cntertnlit
Ink passengers In the Korea after a Ing a party of twelvo at dinner this
pleasant visit in tho Eastern States. evening. fcj
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Now Is a good chance to buy $1.50 Mrs. E. M, nulscnbcrg' left for th'o
books at tho Hawaiian News Co., for coast on the Korea. Ho expects to bo
75 cents. The bookB arc all by first gono about threo weeks,
class authors. Call and seo them.
' ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Derg arc dom
iciled nt the Young hotel.
Registered nt tho Pleasanton dur'
Ing the week arc. Mrs. II. F. Jones
nnd Miss Jones of Wheeling. West Canon and
Virginia; MrsVY.-W. Tnlson of Wheel- Rectory.
Inc. and MIss'Davls of Pittsburg. Pa.i " ' '
Mrs.! A. Y. Kriudsdn Mid maid Of Tho'ofnctal ball Irt honor of ReafJ
Kauai; iMIsnLucj: R,. Davis, of Clou- Admiral Sperry and tho oftlcefs of'tijj
ccster, Mass., and Miss Julia Illakdk' fleet will' bo gIVcn on Friday"' oVerilnfcj
of Marietta. OhtafiMr. and Mrs. R. R. July '" at.?lhe SehBldO-Moalla". "Tlpl!
iiCKirornr'nnai'K.oniioin .itciqioru, oi u,c .-" uuiuhiiuk Ki-micma.1
Honolulu. am all ladles accolnpftnlod.'
Captain nntt'fMrm 'Roes entcrtalne'd lr; AMEHlCANJLfcADINO
Mr. Godfrey Rrotf was tho host of
a stag dinner on Wednesday.
Miss Nannlo Winston Is cnjoylni;'
her Oriental trip so much thnt she,
hasdocldcd to remain until tho'last of
August. - l
Mrs. Henry Crocker and her chil
dren will spend tho summer nt CIov-
erdale, whero they havo n country
homo. Mr. Crocker will lcavo on a
business trip to England- in n few
days and will rejoin his family In
Clovordalo early in August. Tho Call.
Mrs. James Wilder has gono to tho
Tantalus residence for a few months.
Her friends aro glad to seo her about
looking ao charming, nnd In ,such good
health. Miss Marlon Scott will spend
a week with hcr'.i
"The Man of tho Hour," ono of tho
best amateur performances' ever' given
hero, will bo presented ,pn July 10th,
17th and 21st. It to under the dlrcc-.
tlon' of Mr. W; D. Adams. .
advocates or tne play nave gained lhnn In nnv nthpr nrlvntn hmio whrn
very few converts, JnmTtne fmpbrtnn.t Eskband was In' Its glory, and thoVmls
universities whore the game has been tress grand damo to her finger tips."
abandoned can be counted on tho a
fingers of one hand. , Miss Ella WIghf gaye,a bathlng.and
Columbia and Swa.rtb.more are tbo chowder party for Midshipman Cooloy
only colleges lnthe East-whero foot- of the St. Louis during his short' stay
ball' has been dropped. On tho Pa- in port; Mr. Copley will bo hero tho
clflc'Coast Leland Stanford and Call- last of this month and again in Sep
fornla are the single. advocates ot ab- tcmbcr, for he Is ono ot the younger
olltlon. Several colleges dropped the officers loaned to tho dttforcnt ships,
game for a year, but they wero all,
back In tho fold last season. North-1 Mls Pattlc Chlckerlng, daughter of
western University will hnve an elev- Lawyer Chlckerlng of Oakland, Is one
en" next fall, and now there remain of tn wt brilliant students of tho
but four survivors of tho abolition University of California. Sho Is here
for a short stay at tho Seaside, and
finds many old friends here.
Mrs. Swnnzy has cards out for a
dance noxt week, exclusively for tho
i . Mrs. a. J, uignoux entertained a
number of ladles at a swimming party
at tho Pleasanton tank on Friday. Teh
.was served on tho lawn. .
Miss While, ot Kohala, Is a guest ofi
Mrs. Usbourno, at tho
Madame AYrril will bo' hoard"nt the.
Orpheum theater on Tuesdays' nn;',
Friday evenings. Sho will slug be
tween the acts, and'that'alono should
Miss' Kate Ko'lley sailed In fliti kcnItionw(!rdisoj4cill,,(,WCrjav,(l-maidev,''li1lniS'LEY;''Juip- Aracricanij
ca for a visit with her mothor In-Cal-jgi,. fCrns, Qowra.wpretlaldifor eight'. aW1' lending' In'-'Wh'b " international
,;,. ' marKsmantmrp contest, ''
Mrs.,OMH.i01son. entertained a party" "' ' It' U tf
lt nine at dinner .In :th'o. private dlnlntfi 'KETCHEL'JANT) KELLEY
, ,i , , , i, ,i' r . ,. - '
draw out a large assembly: Tli.cwho.havo beau
rooniat the pleasanton-on Friday
rr fj f
iew mm mi
Now York, N. Y.V Juno 2'8. t'ho
coucginto baskcthall , rules icomratt tee
held lis annual mc'etlngt'aVuio HoleV
Imperial today and maBeitavoiarim
jiortant chapges, in.thcplaylDn rule
fop noxt Bcason.
With the design ot eliminating
rough play two officials, a referee
and un umplro, were determined up
on. Heretofore a single official, tho
referee, was In control ot the play.
The dribble was defined as a continu
ous passage of the ball, and It was
decided .that tho ball must not re
main motionless In the hands ot a
player after ho had started his drib
ble. It 'Was further decided that''a:
a dribble: This Is a sweeping chango
and one calculated to make the game"
more popular. Further as a penalty,
for roughing, a rule was passed dis
qualifying any player JiavJflS.55J5oJ
frill lo in It Ail ('nH I. la. "
era of these bonds to present the
MUST TJOT ttirr Jipr mumant at the banking hoi
YORK, Nj'-tTr'JWy "fo. ' fffnefliaff'bf Hawaii, Limited, If
nolulu, on August 1st, 1008, and
Twenty-two men havo been Indicted
under the new law for betting on tho
Lawrence Friend, n brakeman, lost
7 Lx...,,, 7 .i''--' ,'! Jfl,i ?.0, I"B switch which prevented a Dig
er from crnshlnir Into a
aniUttjoMlssea Bland' Ketchell nWd'Keileliavtfbc'en mueh- pour flye
murticnUirtaliied nlnc5fd''for'the lSlsi.H',,'' "' " ' y,( frelchl ti
Tho Pacific coast colleges wero In
no hurry to follow the lead of tho big
California institutions, and in tlu East
none of the more Imnortant untvers-
it es tried to get In lino with Co1nm.,unBer sci.
bl'a and Swarthmdre. I .
For threo seasons Columbia stood! Mrs- PhlllD Weaver nnd hor daugh
alono. At the time the gamo was ter- Mrs- Francis Sherman Bocdcrfeld,
dropped at Mornlngsido Heights the wl" leavo ,or Honolulu in another
Blue nnd White did not rank with tno fortnight nnd will make their homo
best. President Butler's students havo indefinitely In tho Hawaiian Islands,
been agitating a movement for the re- wnere Mri1- Weaver has lived for sov
turn of tho sport practically ever Blnce cral years. Exchange.
tho gamo was abolished. Last year a ...
number of inter-fraternity games wero On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Hum
played, tho first time In three years PhrU nad mm ff"e" and ono of
that Columbians as Columbia men a"rac ions was Mrs. Southorland and
played football. Whether the scntl- n6uM,?sc! Soulhcfnn T1' mothor
ment will bo strong enough to restore ' rml a'1(1 a" d Jho two
the gamo remains to bo seen. Blrls m08t "nilng Dr Collins, tho
Just w long as Yale,. Harvard. "w partner of Dr. Humphrls. dropped
Princeton. Cornell and Pennsylvania ln rt"rl,,K th,, a tornoon, and mauo a
continue In the gamo frjends ot tho n,06t aerccable Impression.
tnnvt MAAfl tiavn IU1A t.inm nf tt. H.if WWW
ii it-j i ii lilt .1 Mr- Tarn McOrow and Mr. aro d
ferlng. Under existing conditions tho .... , ,t ,,
i. .aa ,i. ... r. Spencer were passengers ln the Ala
taps sounded over tho gamo by Co- ' ,, '. , .,,.... ,,.
1..L1.1. --j a,.,i - u .. t. j in meda after being long absent. Mr.
lumbla and Swarthmoro havo had lit- ., -, . ..", i. ,
, tie or no effect. But should ono of tho "c0rsew "" n P'8-
bip.colleges drop the sport it Is .very Mr' Sl'encor ha.a bn.at yale
probable the gamo would suffer grcat-j Tno enBaBemont announcod pl
Vi ,i 1- .1. 1 . it. .1 M'88 Violet Wnllace, daughter of Rob
Directly In the wako of football , ,.. ,,. ', v , ,.
- . . . ,. , , . ert Wallace, Lsq., of Kona, to, Mr.
camo basketball. For an Indoor sport, .,, ,',,, ' , ,u. ..n i.'i
j - u j , . 1 t. Frank Grcenwell, of tho well-known
and ono not considered Important by ,.. , ,,,, ' x,i w. ....
,,. i.i ,.i... 1,1 ,t ' , family of that name. Miss Wal aco
tho big universities, tho gamo mado . ... .,.,,.., ,. v , A ,
iiir V,i. ,!.- .. "nd her sister nailed for England in
lor Itseli more enemies than any ,. ninnnii
branch of athletics over undertaken lno MonKa-
by' tho colleges. This was duo to tho Ms3 CaUon wag th ho8tcB3 f
l,hnne Zl,Z' b eery,m;1" large tea on Friday afternoon,
dent roughness which marred contests . f .
and tho long trips through tho coun-' .,,. v,...., , -,.
1,1.1. ii. .i. j i. 1 Mrs. Vincent Kltcat expects to
try. Athletic wiseacres road tho signs ,. - , tl, ,,j ,;t, ,,.
'that foretold arcstrlctlon of tho sport. ea ',r pKa"a' onhtho 23d taklnB her
".This very a,ctlvo complaint from all dau6htBr' Clodagh.
Mnvnnvd nf 4kn 11n. n.Atn.l kn1,ntUnll WWW
.J u.l T . V ,7 """'""," Mrs. J. O. Carter was tho hostess of
could havo but ono result: Tho game , ,uncneon on Tmh ,n honor of
. "' tu"rD"; "" I . i M. Arthur Wood.
not been actually abolished, but It has
iMon dropped entirely, bytho Intercom MrB- Jamea Cockburn gave a
leglate Loague.'and will bo much llm- luncheon 0I1 Wednesday.
. Hed (n all the colleges In the future. I -k -k -k
From 'a critical standpoint It seems I MrSi c .Hodemann gavo a card party
as If winter sports aro bound to be for Mlss carmen Clowo, their guost.
limited from now on., inoy ibko up on Friday last, Miss Clowo oxpocts
altogether too much time, It Is alleged, to sail for her homo In Woodlawn la
vWBethor tpey aro worso tnan'iootuan August. She has been closely Identl-
In tbla respoctitfiiardjtprdetermlne, flcj Wt, t10 younger sot nnd la a
but surely they extend ovor a longer great favorite Sho Is pretty and haB
tt ' ''" '. most gracious manners,
sane man would advocate the excessive use of strong
and only a fanatic would class beer as such.
is ,a strengthening,, food.
Dr. Liebig, the famous German chemist, ..calls it ' liquid
j - ,' . VL. .
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The alcohol in beer is only a trifle 2 1-2 per cent.
in Primo Beer. , .
The effective ingredients are barley and hops, a .food?
and tonic. .
v In Germany, HoHand, Sweden Denmark,and Austria,,
beer is the national beveragei Nearly all .people, of all 4
ages, drink it.
And all the world envies their sturdy strength.
Primo Beer is brewed from the best barley-malt,
hops, and artesian water.
It is good for the convalescent and the well.
It is good for you..
BREWING & MALTING CO.,
for a well-known
TO for many yMra
sufferer from bolls had
,.,ttiii .rantinnt of a ilka
rnatnrai caused by the ImpoWr-
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appetite Was poor and my sjiteip' a
good deal run down. Knowing sna
u 01 1.
by observation ot tn6 good Ithad done
to 6theH,1 began taklngU My adpe
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cdotej then my general health fm
proTed, and now It I J excellent.; I
faal a faandfed por cent, itronger, and
I attribute this result to Ayer's
taparilla, which I recommend
all confidence as the best blood i
AiJm tiftl. Awm Rrtr
narilln contain no alcoholu
Be sura you gat "Ayer'sJ
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.'" 'ICtiriteration Notic
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NOTICE to.bondholWs or:
HALA SUGAR CO.
1 In accordance .with tho terms un
der which Its bonds wero Issued,' tho
Kohnla Sugar' Company wlll'pay,
with accrued Interoston August 1st,
1908, Thirty" thousand and 00-100
dollars. ($30,000.00) iot Its bonds.
Tho numbers of tho bonds to. bo paid
aro as follows:'5"'
60 i'JMIfM 105
C4 78 109
60 . 81 , 110
64 88 120
Notico Is hereby Riven to the)
Interest on same will cease o:
Treasurer, Kohala Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Juno 27th, 1908.
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS &
TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD.
Notice is horeby given that thej an
nual meeting of the stockholders ot
(The First American Savings & Trust
Co. of Hawaii, Ltd., for tho election
of officers iand directors, and for suoh
hither business aa may be brought be
fore the stockholder, will be held at
Its place of business on Fort Street
on Wednesday, the 15th day of July,
1908, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Honolulu, July 3rd, 1908.
L. T. PKOK.
Secretary and Cashier.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
At the annual meeting of Wm, O.
Irwin & Co., Ltd., held on Thursday,
July 9th, 1908, tho following officers
wero elected to servo for tho ensuing
W. G. Irwin
7, D. Soreckels
W. M! Diffard.v:
H. M. Whitney xji
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