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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H mi DAY, AUO. 7. 1908.
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the EDDY CO. started with a resolve to Rive every man
n square deal and to build an honest, serviceable lefriRcra
tor that would give th most jiossi'-Ic value for every dollar
since then, has seen seme distinct improvement each year.
An examination will convince yon that it is the best
refrigerator that mone7 can buy.
Theo. H, Davies & Co.,
Crippled By Loss
Davis, They Play
"Phoney" Davis, for ninny moons
the nolo dependence of the Jewels be
hind tho but, la no more one ot them,
lie leaves on (ho lluford fur the Coast
itiul Manager Kddle Fernandez la out
looking fur someone to 111) his place.
And right here the Jewels show a
sporting uplilt. (lames on the tapis
for Sunday are the Kelos and Jewels
and the Saints and Clarans. And
Fernandez sajs the Diamond Heads
will play, although crippled. In tho
111 st place, D.ils Is no more so far
as local hall Is concerned, and there,
docs not seem much possibility of
getting anyone elbc In his place just
now. Then the decision of tho meet
ing Tuesday, that flxed games for
tho week-end leaving tho Diamonds
out of It, caused Fernandez to tell
his men that thcic would he no prac
tice this week. And so It Is.
.Meanwhile there Is talk that the
Jewels may land Chi Dili to do the
catching stunt. In fact, a hid is be
ing mndo for Chi Ilul, hut lie ictuses
under piescnt conditions.
D.ivls goes to Mare Island, hut It
N expected that he will he hack hero
In time, and will again ho In the
The spirit shown by the Jewels In
playing when they are In such a hole
Is exceedingly commendable. Such
things help the cause of good sport.
That this will help win over faor
to the Jewels there Is little doubt.
ROLLER MAY BE SEEN
ON THE MAT HERE
World's Best Wrestler
Does Unique Stunts
Two hundred and fifteen pounds
(.tripped Is what Dr. Roller, the Seat
tle physician-wrestler, weighed lust
ovcnlng after working out during the
afternoon. Ho Is In tho pink of condi
tion now. That Is, the big nthletu
says that ho feels a thousand per cent
better than ho has In the past six
ittrttt I lia ft nil o ltlinntrli tin I u ttt t uliinit
nlshlng the curtain-raiser tomorrow. .... to .i' mimit0 i10 wolli,i i,., wo,L.
Tho best men fiom the Jewels and ho preparing .for a match, ho Is Inst
tho Puns will play tho cream of tho .getting In that condition.
Saints and Kams.
Teams tentatively picked were:
Diamond Heads and PunahouB
Charlie Lyman, Al. Castle, Kddle Fer
nandez, lllll Hampton, Sing Chong, .Fleet was In Seattle, Holler took on ,t
E. Hums, Olnios, II. Ilruns, Louis, number of tho best men among tho
Jack Kla mid I cslle " pallors just to show them what real
St. Louis and Knmelinmchas i wrestling and mat work was like, and
, ,,,,,,. i the manner In which ho disposed of
Inrncy Joy. Dick Heuter, Souios. . lcm ,n ,l0rt or,,er was a revelation
iiruiiB, Paul liurns. mil Vnnnnttn, u t,0 seagoing lads. Chnrlesworth.
Visitors Play Ball
At n meeting of the Honolulu
llasebnll League held last evening
for the purpose of rearranging the
schedule of games tor tomorrow and
Sunday, a change, necessitated by the
fact that the Chinese and Klversld
crs who were booked pleaded Insuffi
cient practice, something was done
which the fans lather oxpected to sec
a month ngo, at tho opening of the
triangle series. The four tennis of
(he big league were combined Into
two teams, for the purpose of fur-
Dr. Holler will bo hero In the Is
lands for at least two months and
consldeiable interest Is attached to
hls in lcw of the coming of the Pa-
cuic ricei soon, vtuen me Atlantic
the man who whooped things up with
Sailor Itobcrts here, lasted less than
a minute, with Holler, and the latter
McKenzle, "llcef" Aylctt,
Hobs, nnd .las. William.
The other ovent Saturday will bo
between the Kelos nnd the Clarans "itY'tho Seaside Hotel, where
nnd Bhould complete a card which 10 blg nthIcto , gtnylng. he is fol
bus not been surpassed nt any tlmo-1 lowing nti unusual mode of procedure
this season. in training Kach afternoon ho spends
In the game tomorrow, It Is prob- half hour behind tho Longworth
able that Lmnn and Castle or Ly- cottage, pounding a wooden block
. , . ... ... ... with n five-pound hammer In each
MAI ANNEX CAFE
A1. THURLOW Ptoprietov; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs1 Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Quesn's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Hcrj. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
hand. He doeii the work with an on
tlrely wrist mooment, with a view
towards dovcloplug his forearm. And
that he is accomplishing his end Is
testified by tho enormous power the
Doctor has. Ho says that this five
liound hammer training was what
irnvn In a crent monfuirn hiipIi won.
nrtlclo of hall they put up ought to uertul punching power to "Hob" Pun
itory for the Jowel-Pun aggregation,
and that Joy nnd Heuter will do tho
firing for the others.
This will be the ftist time that the
local boys have, had a game all to
themselves for gome time, and the
They Have Arrived
VV. C. Tcacock & Co., Ltd.,
iSV IKMBI Biltl
SANTA CIUJZ, Calif., July 2,6. In
a game icplete with exciting Inci
dents Fresno took the linul game of
the series by scoilng two runs lu the
ninth, Kennedy's home run,over the
left-Meld fence doing the trick. In
tho eighth Fresno went to pieces and
Bantu Ciuz scoicd four runs tying tho
scuie. ll.ium In the eighth became
enraged nt a decision ot Moore's nnd
punched the umpire in the Jnw. He
was fined and put out of the gninc.
Miller, who succeeded him, was
knocked out of the box nnd relieved
by Smith, who held the Crabs safe.
S. !'. Examiner.
Al. Moore, the umpire referred to,
Is a Honolulu man, who hns handled
the indicator nil this season In out
BOWER ffiKB FROM
The icslgnatlun ot Ilert Dower as
umpire of the Hivcrslde League was
accepted at u meeting of that league
last evening, n committed being ap
pointed to Infoim licit J)f the I egret
with which tho withdrawal was made
No more will the Anl.i fans hear ot
tho exploits of tho crack Kualan.
Fiom this time on it will bo tho
Aalns. The club changed Its name
It wns decided that the second se
ries of the Klvcisldo schedule should
open on the lCth Inst.
I L Cm IS OFF
Tho proposed C. A. C.-Kelo game
Is off. At u meeting last evening,
tho Tiustccs of the Honolulu Il.ise-
bc Improved by the contact they have
all had with teams fiom tho outside.
As for the second game, it is tho
one that nit ot tho fans have been
waiting for ever since this triangle
Dr. Holler will probably book up
with somo of the local champs be
fore the Pacific Fleet nrrlves heie,
nnd then he will probably meet nnd
dlsposo of the best that tho sailors
about tho hardest proposition lu tho
world to tacklo In the wrestling game.
Gotch defeated him when ho was not
in condition but If they meet again,
Holler will not come out second best.
REILLV DOlNa HEAVV
WORK THESE DAYS
Chaille Rellly Is doing a good deal
of heavy work at the boat-houso In
his training for the coming go with
series started tho visitors playing can boast of. Thero Is no doubt
each otjier. These teams are both whatsoever that Holler is at present
or We lively sort, t no men nre always
on tlielf.toes, nnd when they get to
gether there will bo something very
wrong It flii'j baseball does not result.
WiLlIS, AKD FERRFJRA
The racing game Is starting up
ngnlu. -A match tacc Is on at Wnl
pahu at C o'clock tomorrow nfter-
r.oou. Vatossu and Mnkaala will go 'Jack McFadden.
a quarter mile. Jockey D. I'errelra In fact, ho Is being put through a
will ho up on Makanla. Igood many stunts which arc new to
A big rivalry devolopcd nt the him, and Is doing the strong-man
Fourth of July laces in Hilo. be-'stunt rather than going through the
tweeu Ferrelra and Jockey Willis. Ifast paces which boxers usually
These boys will have something in adopt.
the way of n return match on for I Still It Is certain that ho will Jump
August 12th. Leahl Girl and Sun- into the legulatlon gait when the
rise will race thrce-clghths of a mile
nt Kaplolnnl Park track for a purso
of $400. Feirelrn will ride Lcnhi
Girl and Willis will pilot Sunrise.
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OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TEI
Thero is an Interesting fight
papeis nro signed, and he Is actually
getting Into form to meet his man In
Ho Is pleaded with tho climate, for
working down to condition, and
thinks the boat-houso u fine place for
Charlie Is a great admirer of Ed-
0,1 die llanlon, and wns warm yestciday
1'in.mg tin. pitchers for championship , ,,, ,., of tno j.ouug felow wll0
honors. Just now Groom and Naglo , , , . , , . ,, , ,
me In front nnd tied. Hosp. Sutor,u tryl"B to b,cnk from tho rnnUB oI
and Qrny are closo up nnd pitching
prcat ball. Jones Is one pitcher who
Is having a poor year. Up to date ho
has not won a third of U games and
his team has won iiuout half.
Come and see both the touring car
'nnd the roadster.
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Bulletin Editorial Hoom Phone 185.
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
I in an automobile is ju3t the thing.
uui up buu Jbd or was and ask
C. H. BEHN
ball Leaguo considered It unfaor
ably. Jl t: tt
Now Yoik, July 28. On a cot In
111 (i Manhattan Se, Ear mid Tluoat
Hospital is a patient buffering from
r.u extrunrdlnniy foim of blindness.
Ho Is a tiling man and a ti allied
ntlik'te. While ho Is standing or sit
ting In an upright position he Is al
most totally blind, but uhllo 1 Iiik io- Marshall, Portland
cumbent ho sees objects distinctly. Jnhiikon. Portland
That has been his stiaugo condition 'Jones, San Francisco 25
Groom, Portland 21 14
Naglu, Los Angeles.. 15 10
Kllllan. Oakland J li
Huhp Los Angeles... 20 13
Sutor, S. P. 23 14
Graj, Los Angeles. ..20 12
I'criioll, Portland.... G 3
Thorsen, Los Angeles 5 3
Gnirett, Portland... 19 10
Klusella, Portland... 21 12
rinnance, Pnitlaud.10 4
Wright, Oakland... 23 12
Henley, S. P. 20 14
Willis, S. F 17 8
Hopkins, Oakland.. .10 8
Sklllmau, S. P. 8 4
Thebold. 8. P. 4 2
Graney, Pen timid.... 2
KovHtnor, I.0.1 Ange. 1C
Hardy, Oakland ID
Kaudolph, Los Ange. 11
Dellar. Oakland 17
and Portland C
the dead ones.
In discussing the case of Eddie
Hanlon, whoso return to the ling is
.007 exciting comment, it must be remem-
050 tcred that even if he was going the
bubble route when he went down In
the game, his case Is rather unique.
Kddle broke Into the running when
but 16 years of nge, and it is only
nntural that he was broken dowri by
571 tho strain of prolonged training nt
'SS .tills Immature ugo. It will be recall
ed that when he got stopped in his
for about six months.
The patient, whose namo tho hospi
tal physicians prtftcr not to reveal,
wus 11 member laJt winter of n well
known team of basketball players.
In tho course, of 0110 of tho match
games tho b'lll struck him shaiply In
tho oyo. Tho blow seemed neither
serious nor painful, l nor. who was n faorlto for tho Munt
Now It Is thought tho blow from Ihon race, spoiled hla chances bcfoio
"" 1 . ... .......
.500 career towaru tne iigniweisiu cnam-
.5110 plonshlp, by Young 'Corbett, In a
.500 setup at the Mechanics' Pavilion, San
.500 Finnclsoo, ho wns still vciy much of
308 1" lilJ' nml ei"" lnt0 '- r'ne ,a'
'3C3 and hnggercd from tho stress ot
.353 training; so much so that It was tho
.333 subject of a great deal of comment
.333 about the pool-rooms.
"'J Jack Low, who Is chaperoning the
Hawaii contingent for tho wild west
Star Indicates tie. games.
tt tt it
Longboat, thu famous Indian
.000 contests In Cheyenne In the latter
Ipait of August, carries letters from
Wyoming natives here, asking that n
very square deal bo shown tho local
Ullr niiin wltll.i Ihnv n'. ll.n.n
n n n
tho hall had mi affected tho tetliiu he entered While siting Mends In Jacl Johnson on July 31st defcat-
und other parts of tho Inner uo ns to Ireland ho met with an accident d Hen Taylor, one of the best Kng-
illstnib tho delicate adjustment of which laid him up for somo tlmo. lUh heavies.
thou, organs and to causo Ihu pecii-l . . J t m
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