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Seliors Play Creel Baseball
Against Picked Stars
if Lose When
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TRIANQLE LEAGUE RESULTS
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Punnhous 5, Keios 0.
Santa CInras 13, Kams 3.
Jewels 10, Keios 3.
All-Hnwaii 8, Milwaukee 3.
Reuler Goes Skyhigh
la a Drizzle
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" STANDINGS OF TEAMS
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Seegar, Great Pitcher,
Tires and Loses
In the I lth
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It w.ih :ulte 11 game Hint Mllwnu-kee-AH-IIawall
match, t HiiKeball
Park e.tciday afternoon. And tlio
Dick Itciitcr Inn! something of nn salts dcert'd a belter fate. After
iff-il..j Saturday, nml Santa Clara lilt playing the game tu the place where
1 ho luirsehlde Joyfully, annexed tho they scented tu ilcseivo victory, they
.t( Kb nt will, and didn't le.ie tho wore- imni'iM'd by a clone decision,
I01.1I tosteis so much sib u sprig of tho Pitcher Seegar was worn out, and
victorious foliage. Itlic men f 10:11 lliemcrtiin Khot tlio
i)lel. started It off In tlio first Inn-1 ''lite In a lilp-hhupo and altogether
lug. nfter the Kama had gone down hnmoful stile Siegnr pitched like
one. two, and tliioe, by missing his cliamiilmi Ills team Is tho best
t(iitibln..tlon. walking l.itppln, and outside aggregation which lias ever
h'ttlni' Mi.. 1 Shafcr bo.it nut a Iip.i-i. i boon seou here.
ilful bunt, niiil then wIuUIiis up thoj Tlio locals stalled off with a rush,
iioodoo by orfoilng a twi.ter to tho Kn Sue, Kddle lVrnandez, and Hums
IiusKy Kennedy which he proceeded hitting, follow ed by Jny, which 10m
10 iiiiwlml so swiftly that hu was get- blnntlon nctud tho only thrco runs
ting his wind on third when the con- tho locals could squeeze across until
tor-fielder finally located the sphoi-o' the clevcmli Inning. The game went
out In the rcsloa of the scoie-bo.ud. ivcll Into tho eleventh with the
, Hut the ending of the landbllda was'erowd sluing up every minute, and
1 not jet. Joiicj sapped out 11 wild one'thlnga humming tluougli tho greater
in an atteui.it to nail Husk to tho pait o the time. The bailors played
bag, and the big fellow came home in M:e denlbns, ami thcio Is still an
a v,jl'i A. Slinfer stiolled and pll- opinion that they should havo had
1 fercd the l.eybloiie sack, trawled to the game by rights, unless Undo Lcm-
tlilul 011 IVters" s.icrlllce. nml slid to m has n better ejo than the average
tlio pan when Jones dropped tho ball, 'ball fan, which Is quite probable.
That was the way It went. ' And then tho locals wouna up by
Tho giuno was played In n drizzle baiting tho tired Siegar everywhere
of lain vhlch took tho starch out of In the lot, and piling up the inns In
the playeih, togged the ball, and drag rapid succession.
Sled the spirits of tno spectators. Tho In the second. Smith of tho MI1-
Kniis dldn t li.no a lojk-In, but they w.uikees singled. Hole, nniiexed third
1011 Leslies error, and came homo on
P. W. L. Pet. "
Jewels 2 2 0 1.000
S. Claras 5 4 1 .800
Puns 3 2 1 .660
St. Louis 2 1 1 .500 "
Keio 5 1 4 .200
X Kams s 3 0 3 .000
Poor Keio Takes Tall
Tumble In Return
lonolulu Jam racfory
Owing to larger factory facilities, can offer every fruit
and herry preserve at the lo-vest prices in the Islands.
FRESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, T0HA AND GUAVA
JELLY NOV ON HAND.
again Stoolia' sacrifice. Tho crowd sat up
1 anil howled. Then, In the fifth, tlio
hung with it to the bitter ending.
l:i tho sctoud, Kennedy
waltzed Into tho spotlight with
long throw fiom center which nailed, rcbld salloriiion who filled tho
Jones at tho pan, and niaiked up t.u- bleclicis saw two runs eomo in on a
uther kooso ckk for tho native boio. ' fiuUo or two, mid the cheers beat
Then Kennedy came to bat and f.ui-
N'lpponcsc fans are cast into gloom
and outer chilliness. Tho Jewels
snatched uway all honors from the
Keios in their return game yesterday,
by taking things their own wily, and
banking up runs In a smashing il ti
lth In 11 way which took tho men of
the Mikado's university clean oft
their pins, nml far and away on n
balloon ascension which was not end
ed until all was lost. Keio started
It ofT with bunt-and-itin tactics,
which succeeded when errors wero
thickest, and soon had things stack
ing their own way. Hut, alack, Les
lie wns put Into the box In tho third,
and tho brown men wero dropped tho
It happened In the first. Knulcl
and Ohashl strolled', and Sasaki bunt
ed. C'hllllncwortli fumbled, and Knn-
' I. I tlin ulinail I' nnma Iw.t.tn r.t, ., Ir.nf
chance. Sasaki and Ohashl executed
a double steal, and the Jap sub an
nexed another run when Hill C'hll
llngworth wns slow In fielding up Fit
Koyama had Ills eye on tho ball,
and singled Sasaki homeward. This
gavo Keio n lead of a lifetime.
After that tho score all went
around tho other way. Sam Chll
lingworth stored Costello and ad
vanced Phoney Davis to third on a
sucilllcc, and tho mnilno stole a tally
from Abe when tho latter droppel
an easy lulleld fly. This In tho bec
ond, and then Kddle Fernandez scor-
WHITNEY & MARSH
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
Then, Dick Itcutcr stvo an Illus
tration of how to scorn with .1 wood
en battel. Kllbiiru lost tlio gioove
badly, and passed both Dick and
Dude Lemon rompllincntaries. to tho
Initial bag. "Cap" Shafcr winged the
against the azure hemens. Tho hcorejed Joe nnd Olmos on a hit to left
was tied: i.esue, who nan ncca item in me loiirtn. 1 no Japanese
pitching since tho third Inning of I contingent went wild with excite
the provlous game, was somowhat off inent. called It a bum decision, shout
In his calculation., let Fort home on led anything but "banznt", anil tho
11 foozle, and then bowled Phoney Da-' Jaii players looked as though thoy
vis ocr In an nttemut to field up
Tlghe's bunt, letting McKernan skip
" They Have Arrived
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
I 1mhin l,fA4 kl linj HfrtltffA,!
pill to mot. Dude ducked and grabbed "" "" " ....
tho sack, and Dick sprinted on to the ' So tl10 B"mo we,lt- Tho ,,0' who
thlid way-station. Tho Jay caught P'Ues at tho scoreboard began to
the Blgnal to Meal, and bent It, SUaf- ,,(' '" ''anger or running altogether
er winged It to second, and Iteuttr,0"1 f EOOso-eBBS. Tho locals could
ciinu hoine In the midst of the excite- d" nothing with Seegar's offeilngs,
meat iam' "10 sailors found Leslie too
When Santa Clara took tho stick ' " M M M :t M M a tt K H M K
the tiling happened bo fast that tho ne 8l0c. Cheoso Ilroderlck fanned
Kams knew about it whon all was t10 r thrleo. but Jones diopped tho
over but tho howling. A. Shafor pellet, mid Cheeso was safe. Shafer
pinned first when Hiimiiuku chopped bolting It (o third meanwhile. Kll
tlie lull, and Peters and Hymen sac- mlI1 biflltcd alowlv along tho line,
rillccd. Shafor taking a tally on thu'oick tried to tag Shafcr tho Short ns
transaction. that worthy toro past him, and, fall-
Sauti Clara signalized an other- inir. nasscd the ball to Jones, who
wlte iinoventfiil lirth Inning by all rumbled, and Sl.nfcr found himself
three batUis beating the breezes. I lur? on tlio pan. safe and In tho
Kennedy, Sharer tho Shortstop, and poHbeiulon or all his faculties. Ilroil
Itastus Peters wero on tho snoio-llst. eilcl. took his leltuioly wuy to second,
The Kams lilt tho diowsy louto In then Lappln got a iiass, lining tho
tho sixth, whllo the collegians tacked bases. Dick got oil his trolloy and
up another tally, when Frolno pluck- paed out four bad ones to Cap
ed a sarotj, Chceso Ilroderlck sacrl- Sharor. forcing Cliccso to tako anotli-
flccd. and Kllbiirn blngled, allowing ,.r tally. Kennedy lifted a high 0110
rieino to gallop homo at will. i0 loft field, Kllliuin coming In fol-
lu the eighth, things looked lowed by Lappln, who danced on tlio
brlghtebt bororo tho storm. Hill Van- piato after Vnnnatta had tin own low
1111 tin was lilt by a pitched bait, and to Jones. Hiothor A. Slinfer placed
had Dudo Lemon up to run for him. out a nlco bunt, which paved tho
Jonos biippod an offering to right way for Hrother M. Shafcr to mnio
Held, It was dropped, and Lemon acios3 ns ho plenbed. And tlion that
Come and see both the touring car
and the roadster.
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
were going to btop tho gamo then
and there, but thought better of it,
end tho thing continued. Piobably,
uccoidlng to their custom, theso llt
tlo fellows tlion lost licait, ns they
aio fond of saying to tho Trubtees
they do. Certainly, tho Jowcls had
Ilolh Fernandez boys scored In tho
seentli and tho eighth, nnd tho scoro
When tho ninth camo, Koynnia for
got to cut loose the parachute, and
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Btrong for them, ' In tho eighth, the
Jap Lemon was holding down the
umpire Job behind tho plate. Seegar
tiled the Fnucczo. Harney Joy diop
ped tho ball, Just as his man slid un
der him for the pan. Kecovciing Im
mediately, the big catcher slapped
tho ball on Hie sailor, but It seemed
as If Scsgar wero already safe with
his bodv on tho baso. Lemon culled
It out. Sea cheois and stions lan
guage of Joy died out dismally, nnd
tho gamo went on. That Is where
tho dissatisfied among tho fan colony
say the Milwaukee contingent got a
Tho gnmo languished until tho
oleonth, when Seegar went to the
bad, nnd everybody lilt. Kn Suo bin-
GRASS LINEN, CHINESE
SHIRT WAISTS, PONGEE
and JAPANESE SILK EM
CLOTHS, SILK SHAWLS,
HAND - EMBROIDERED
FANS, SILK HAND - EM
CHIEFS, in asserted sizes,
colon, and designs, FINE
' FROM S3 TO S7.
HEADY - MADE SUITS,
S7 UP; STRAW nnd FELT
HAT3, NEGLIGEE nnd
FULL DRESS SHIRTS,
SILK SHIRTS, BALBHIG.
GAN, WOOLEN and LINEN
UNDERWEAR, SOCKS in
assorted colors and dc
SIGNS: NECKEAR and
SHOES, TRUNKS, SUIT
CASES nnd VALISES,
GENTS' tfnd L.'jDIES' PAN
tho slaughter was fearful. Four runs tallied by tho yacht club :it Pearl liar-
tolls tho talc. Leslie and Costello got bor.
' no mrr-.iiors or til" party wero ns
follows: Car 1 D. Kennedy, Hcmy ,
Henlto and Dean Johnston. Car. 2-J.
A. Kennedy, S. Kennedy, H, II. Sin
clair. IMwIn l'yle. Mr. Savage, Captain
Lew II. Hnrrls and L. A. Thurston.
Car 3 J. Waterhoiiso, Victor II. Stow
art, F. II. Poolo and 1M. Schwartz.
Car 4 V. II. Halrd, II. P. Wood nnd
L. Johnston. Car B Mr. Lynch, C. T.
Wilder, W. II. Jack, J. 15. Hussell and
Mr. Thcrnton. Car 0 S. It. Jordan,
Mrs. J. F. Morgan, Mrs. Wilbur Kyle,
Miss May Daniels, and Mrs. II. P.
Wood. Car "Geo. Wo.'ls, J. V. Mor
gan, Wilbur Kyle, Jns. Jessop, (ieo.
Lano nnd Herbert Hone. Car h W,
Forty yachtsmen. Including tho vis- l-Slmpson. C. D. ledger. Herbert
Itors from tho coast, wero gnosis orIlow,e8' 3oh" 'Vr- J 1U"'
tho Chnmber of Conuncrco on an unto-1 ... , ...,..
mobllo rldo around tho Island jestei-l Mackenzie was off 011 his clicking
dny, returning last night. They Btart-, frm Saturday. Ho fanned overj'T
ed nt C o'clock from tho Young hotel, ' tlmo up.
going along tho urathor .sldo of tlio I It K a
island, then to Hnlelwu, whoro lunch J Itnstii3 Coon Potera fiom tho Jesuit
was served. .Collego had his ejo on tho ball Snt-
J. F. Moigan, president or tho Clinm-',..,....
lint- nt PnnUHdrnn mmln n .a otww.nl. I '
"- " - '-,- unuiu.ojrcim, . ..
mi'nnl nt' llir. frlniwllv i...lnlln...,l.l.... '
.r.. r ..w ...... j . w..ii..i,oi,iiii 1
Wlllcll f'VltOll hntWPiin Ihn nIHua rim.
rcbontoil by tho yachtsmen uud tho Rnmo yeUeiduy t Atkl laou Pink.
complimentary paccca to tho hase
lunnlng department, nnd Husky bent
It homo when Hlgo passed 0110 nt
first. S. Chilllngworth lilt, nnd Cos
tello squeezed In home, Samuel tak
ing second on the play. Phonoy Da
vis beat the ball lo first, nnd Hlgo
tiiiow wild to stop 8,1111 coming home.
Fuk tula throw tho ball away and
Phoney passed to third, finishing tho
clicult when Knnkl chopped tho ball.
ymnt ioiiD islard
Tho Aretltusa man wen and lit a
T'.'.P.yqjflts'"?" 'Yoro a'so enter- Additional Sportson Page4 6 and 7
louipcil homo. Uniplio Stecro Inter- naughty Itnstus, who had stuited all pled, stole, and took third on an er
feied with the ball, nnd Jones was u,0 tiouble, pasted tho pill onto tho 1 or which let Fernandez safe at soc
nilled safe, thoitgh ho was tagged !,.. field fmico, mil took two Backs odu, and the spi Inter sailed home, fol
trylng to lnko third, later racing v.i,i0 shafor was beating It for Mill lowed bv Kddle. whlln llnrns molt
Bulletin Busincsj OQlcc Phone 236.
Bulletin Editorial Eoom Phouc 183.
In an automobile is just the thing.
Call up 200 388 or 1423 and ask
across tho pun as Iloan diopped tho anothor inn. Thou Hyine3 Inndver-
bphero Jubt over tho Innold. j tently passed a high lly to Hill Vau-
And arter that tho delugo. natta, and tho nvulancho temporarily
It nil happened thusly: Ilm.tus suspondod business
Coon Pctors tiifetled and moved along Tho Knms wont down In rnln-soak-
thlrd on a long nnd lofty one, Mil
waukee wondered what had happen
ed. Harney Joy stepped out to meet
tlio pill and stuck It onto tho sign-
bo.ud. which gavo him all tho right
to second on a passed ball, digging oil dofcat In tho ninth, and tho wet-1 of-way, and tho score was 4 for tho
nciobs the pluto when llyrnos hit. Tho test gamo of tho beason wnB over.
originator of mud waipalnl cxplied Tho ciowd didn't oven havo tho
In an cKoit to annex the keystono heart to voll.
bag, but Ficlno caught n pitched ball Tho Hist gamo of fiutuiday wont as
ill the sboi t libs, it 11 ! A. Hhnfi'i ii'.tu .tni..n...i i.. i. 1.... ..i...ti ...iiti.... .. ,...
Cff . IT - ...ii.tiv;., in iu lilioviltlll 1,'lllllUll Ul lllU
J JDlljJrlJN llut"llt;i1 u" tllu bnck t0 1U" to'' him, Hull etiu.
Inning. Then Hampton, tunning for
Hill Vuiinalta, who had hit, wns giv
en home by Leslie's blnglc, and tho
cyclone, was ovor.
It was worso than Mllwaukeo do
The Rosenberg Clothing
leads all others in quantity and quality of goods sold
during this sale. We have some more of the stock and it's
yours for little monsy.
Clothing, Shirts, Hats,
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
L. B. KERR & CO.,
a iiiiwiifmirtlitoiii M.ui2i&i)MkMUiluM&-&. . v.i
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