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tROLLER'S OPPORTUNITY :
Monday ovoiiIiik will ee the com
mencement or the bowling tourn.v
nicnt in tbo Hotel Alleys. The flrst
Young Men Too
Kurt Shatter got o.ry much the
worst or It In tbo basketball gamo with
tliti Young Men' Christian Association
games of an Interesting series will be ball tosBors lust night. Forty-eight to
played that night nml some good
rport Is pietty likely to result.
Airutigemoiits huve been mailo tor
games three times a week during the,
coming months. There nre six teams
n the newly organized league, each
comKsed or five players, Plans nro
ti play Mondas, Wednesdays, nnd
l'rldnys of each week during the
A handsome sliver cup will bo
(warded the team with tliq best scorn
at the end of the series, .The league
Is composed of the following teams:
Fort Shatter, Honolulu, Custom
House, Nuval Station, I'unnhou, and
ltatitd Transit. ,
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LOS ANOKLKS, Calif.. Jan. .
hen the fans of Chicago rally
around the West Side baseball next
April there Is u possibility that they
may miss the familiar figure of Frank
Chance, the splendid young leader
vlio brought threo NatlonuP Leaguo
penimntB and two world's champion
ships to the city by Utko Michigan.
Danny Shay, representing n com
mittee of wealthy Stockton business
men, had a long conforenco with
Chance today nm! the writer was
present. Shay made Chance u most
flattering offer 125, 000 for two sea
sons, the money to be placed In a
bank when Chance signs, If he de
cides to sign, and Chance Is thinking
It over seriously.
"it's a fine and fair offer, Danny,"
said tlie Chicago chief, "but I cunnot
give you indefinite answer until I
hear from Murphy, which will prob
ably be w I tliTu the next two days. As
you know, Murphy and I have not
como to jmy specific understanding
about next season. I have named my
price and before 1 left Chicago he In
timated that It was too much money
for any ball-player or manager. Per
haps It Is, but 1 think not. In any
event, the price I set on my services
for 1909 Is my own price and 1 will
not shude It, t feel that 1 have dono
much for Murphy uiul while he has
always been generous with me, and
my players, I do not think he should
quibble over the terms I have sub
mitted to him regarding my next sum
Chance owns a block of stock In
the Chicago Club for wjilch ho has
been offered as high as $40,000, and
hus nlso received a handsome salary
for the efllcleut work he has done
with the world's champions, but nt
the ciote of last season he Hindu the
proposition to Murphy, which tho
latter thinks exorbitant.
Shay Is very eager, naturally, to
get Chance for his Stockton club, us
Chase is out here to stay, it Is under
stood, and Chance would prove even
n greater drawing card than tho bill
limit nung ex-Yunkeo,
California Is Chance's home and
he would like nothing better than to
fctuy out hero It It does not mean a
financial loss to him. Possibly Mur
phy will meet Chance's request be
fore long, but if he does not, Stock
ton will huvo KranktChuuee and tihl
cago will lose ts greatest baseball
Idol since the days of Cap Anson.
A. A. U. REINSTATES ALL
tlxtocn wns tbo final score, and the
joiing inuu acted ns though oven that
riore wero not largo enough to Mill
Tho Y. M. C. A. men bIiowiM up In
fine shape, and their play was almost
Without error. Following 'Ih the line
Y, M, C. A. Hechort, c.j Hnnan, rb ,
Lewis, 111. j 'il. Clarke, if.; Fernandez
If. Fort Shatter Marks, c.j McCull
(Cap),) rb.;, Lieutenant Chilton, lb ,
Aber, rf.; Illrd, If.
Scorers, L. Lnflttu nnil S, Dunn; tim
et s, J. M. Friend and H, Lindsay; ref
free, K. K. Arnold; umpire, J. A. Itath
8coro;, First half, Y. M. C. A, 2."..
Fort Shatter C. Final scoro, Y M.
C. A., 8; Fort Hhufler, 10.
TI1110, I hour S minutes'.
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BIO SQUAD OF STANFORD
0ASMEN TURNS OUT
STANFOllD UNIVKHSITY, Cullf.,
Jan. C. In response to Coach Mur
phy's call for candidates for positions
on varsity and rrcshman crews, thir
ty-four men signed up today and will
Ik gin uctlve training on Monday. It
is expected that this number will be
materially Increased as soon us the
Irregularities of 'registration week
nre over. Just 1ml f of tho number
now on tho list are freshmen and
mine promising mnterlal seems mull
iilile for the first-year boat.
- Tho men who signed up are: J.
Kllllun of Los Angeles, II. Ilarle, Deu
er; It. II. Iteynolds, Pasadena; P
Itoblnson, San Francisco; A. 0. Su
ch Inger, San Francisco; N. M. Da,
San Francisco; S. O. Sweet, Dullol.
Pa.; II. S, Lynno, Melbourne, Aus.; L.
C. Smith, Washington, I). C: K. S.
Dole, Itlversldu; K. Chumberlaln, l.n
Angeles; F. L. (Juerenn, Sonora;-1' V
Acker, San Frnnclscolll II. II. Putrlck,
Vlsalla; J. W. Roberts, Kedlands;
D. C. Mitchell, San Diego; C. 11. Vose,
The freshman candidates are. I..
Arrell, II. II. Post, It. (lllmoie, II.
Ilossl, W Howell, J. C. Thomas, A
M. Sanborn, 11. W. Clyde, It. S. Diet
terlce. W. F. deary, J. A. Davis, J.
W. Huron, M. L. Ward, A. L. Winter.
A. II, Simpson, J. II. Partridge, C
SETTLES MORE CLAIMS
NEW YOIIIC, N. Y Jan. 6. All
six athletes recently suspended by
the registration committee of the
Metropolitan Association ot tho A. A,
I'., wore leiustnted after 11 hearing
beforo the committee at the Astor
Houbu tonight. The men on trial
were Melvlu Sheppard, Churles Da
con, Harry Porter, (leorge llonhug of
the lrlsh-Aii)erlcan A, C, Fred, Del
I a 13 of the New York A. C, and Jas.
lee of, the Mercury A. C.
it a n
New Orleans, Jun. C. A hitch In
the ugreement caused the calling off
the Dave Harry-Terry Marlu fight
ttiilght,,aud a smnll crowd tiled dls-
SAN FRANCISCO, .Calif . Jan. J.:.
If the plans of the Mission Athletic
Club arc ranted out the Fobruan
pugilistic date will prubabl be filled
by Sam Langford nnd Dr. Holler, th"
Seattle wrestler, In whoso1 dome tho
lighting bee 'has been buzzing ami
crawling around for 1111111 mouths
past Tho athletically Inclined med
ico has wired Mntchmnkor Hester of
the local club his ardent deslio to
Ifcht tonic big fellow here ft
month nnd, If even thing goes right,
the mntch with Langford may lie
clinched either today or nunc day
tnrly next week. Just ns koon as
Holler gives his consent nil will bo
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: ARMY, NAVY AND.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Jan. 7. Ccn
surofor tho Haverhill Club Is In
cluded In a decision by the National
llascball Commission, Awarding Play
er John Melnnls to tho Philadelphia
American League Club. Haverhill
claimed the player because of a re
serve clause placed In his receipt for
pay In full, and Philadelphia claimed
Hint when he was signed on August
S, 1908, he was not under contract
with the Now England club. Tho To
ledo Club ol the American Association
In another decision loses Its right to
Pluyer Vurd, Miller, who has boon
dmfted by the Chicago Nationals alt
er he had bevn purchased from Wau
suu by Toledo, tho fact that he failed
to report under this purchase prior
to the druftlug season making him
Mibject to drutt. Tho Wuusau Club-,
however, must repay to Toledo tbo
$000 given for the pluyer, for draft
ing whom Chicago must pay the uuu
u' pi Ice.
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CHARGES OIANT ROOTERS
HIRED A QANO OF THUGS
CHICAGO, III., Dec. 2C Treasur
er Williams of the world's champion
club has substantiated Frank
Chance's sntcment, made on tho
Coast, that (Hunt rooters had hired
.t bt(nch ot thugs to do bodily harm
to the star Chicago pl.i)ers If It w.H
seen that the deciding game ot the
National League was going against
Williams said Commissioner Hayes
nn undo of Johnny Kvcrs, bavins
heard that, something was contempla
ted, had warned the Chlciigoaus and
had gathered around him 1 crowd of
husky firemen to tale the Cubs' part
II 11 fight was started by New Yolk
hirelings, It Is Bald that the small
n,,Dn.ll. ..,,1 .f il.n 13... ,!..... Ill.lnlln
hiiaivui; i.iifc u, tuu nuuuiu M .ttuiv.u ,
Club utter the show. Martin stood; riot that started after the game wps
out for J300 ensh before tho f)gl)t . Incited by this gang of rioters, who
and as the management rofusod to
comply with his demands he refused
to go in the ring.
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Qulnint
Tablets. AH druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEUICJ.se CO, St. Lauli, U. 6. A., 4Sun Frunclbco and return.
had tried In vain to get out on thn
field at Chance, L'uth, and tho rest
while the game was In progress. Lit
tle attention was paid to the matter
nt the time, us the Cubs were too
happy over their victory and ,'u too
muth of a hurr) tc got uwuy 'rom
New Yurk 'o L.re what might have
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Del Monte people order miniatures
of tho auto trophies for run fiom
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE REALM OF SPORT
Jeffries is likely to prolong bis the
ntrluil engagement twenty week's
Six fnxorltes ore bowled ovei on
slimy trnck at Los Angeles.
The lloudy defeats tipcoutitn
gre hound. The Cnvmuir, In tlnal of
(.pen stake nt Inglesldo Cuurslng
James Hvuus 11 Snn Francisco In
sura 11 re man, builds and launches
lly defeating Vampires In soccr
Contest Thistles gain good chance to
win California League championship.
llasebull stars In big leugifs
threaten to quit the uamc.
Clarcmnnt (lolf Club wins six out
of eight matches with S.m Francisco.
Smlluy Curbejt wins Follunshee
handicap at odds of 5 to 1.
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HART DECLINES MATCH
WITH SAM LANQFORD
San FrnnrlBco, Calif, Jan. 8..
Promoter Levari lni.t night received
an answer fiom Man In Unit of Ken
tucky. Marvin declines In meet Sam
jingford and therefore 1-ecarl Is still
liMiklng for mime 'one to meet tho
husky negro this mouth. He Is now
tijlng to negotiate with ouug l'etir
Jackson and Terry Mustnlii to huvo
both of them meet Langford In one
night Lecarl ulso leceUed wold
from Freddie Welsh asking for 11
match here. He will try to arrange
a meeting with Lew Powell.
(leu. John II Cotton, formerly As
sistant Attorney (lenernl of the full
ed States and a prominent member of
the Washington bar, died suddenly
at his home In the national capital.
II. L. Murlck, who sas ho Is walk
ing nround the wot Id, nrrhed in tho
City of Mexico ucioinpnnled by n pec
The Michigan delegation In Congress
Is reported up In arms us 11 result of
ri'imt's 1l1.1t Mr Nowln-rr's service In
the CuMnrt would terminate March I
Itoprcient ille Dlekema. of Michigan
who has nt returned from his state,
declares that the people there nre
much In earnest In their desire that
Mr. Newborn shall remain In tl.i
Cabinet "Mr. Newberry Is nu Ideal
man for the plare. said Mr. Dlekeun
"Ho Is 11 practical sailor, knows the I
Nnv Department fiom mp to bottom
and Is better iiialllled for the place
thiiu nil', man uho h.is lllle.l it for
man) j ears Mkhlgnn Is enlliled to
1 cpreKentntlou In thn Tan Cabinet Mr j
Now born Is our candidate "
What spot ix these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimca Plains fa
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimca Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terras. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA. HAWAII
P, 0. Address, Kawuihae.
A BIO STOCK to make a selection
from and our PRICES ARE AWAY
DOWN THIS YEAR.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
same ramuy now Has - -
Ashton C Shulleuhcrgor when In
augurated (invernor of Nebraska ad
vocated a bank-deposit guaranty
The will of tho late .Mrs. Kaulm.i
kuolo Liizarus, the contest against
which lasted for seierul da)s before
Judge Robinson, was estarday after
neon admitted to probate.
A case Imolvlng several of the
parties Interested In the contest Is to.
day being heard In the same eouit,
namely that of Alexander Uirnrus s.
Lena (1. Itoscwiirtie and Mima C. An
drnde. The plulutlrf alleges that ho
tad full confidence In Miss Hosewnrne
nnd, believing that she would net in
his Interest, he appointed her his
trustee In 190T, and conveyed to her
nearly nil his property, consisting of
11 al estate nnd n "Phoenix" account
tor about 110U0, ns well as the sum
if $1000, which he bad saved and
kelt burled in the ground. Uuarus
shows Hint Miss Itnsewurne conveyed
roine of his real estate to Maria C.
Andrade, knowing that ho was weak
minded at tho time, nnd got an order
fiom him for the payment of the
money from him through fraudulent
(onceiilinent of the facts. She now
ufuscs to give him an accounting.
Lazarus pras that tho defendants
be declared his trustees,' that they
bo ordered to convey the property to
him, nnd that Miss Howewnruc be
made to aciouiit for tbo monev be
longing to him In her possession, and
be ordered to pay It Into riiuit
NO BETTER PLACE FOR
AN 0UTIN0 THAN
ST. CLAIR BID000D,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
with their new FRENCH
W7 BrreUnia St
MUST PROVE HE CAN PAY DILLS.
Chicago. .Iniiuir) 11 -It the Chica
go Illcssliiakcr Club gets Its owti
wa nljtululiii; 11 mariiigc license will
no longer be 11 pleusuie. h it nn ordeal.
Tho In Id groom to-be will be forced
to assiue the llei use elerk that he can
pay all Iioum Hold bills, and, most Im
portant of all. the dressmaker's, before
he Is glM-n the coveted license.
A tevoliitlnu prt-Fontott to tb'i dress
makers and now under consideration
"Recommended flint our committee
drnlt a hill providing that applicants
for marriage licem.es bo compelled to
take a civil examination and furnish
leferencei from pievloni eluplovers ns
to their ability to supisirt themiehi""
In this (oiii'iulslon I lie capable woman
will lie protected from her iiitur.. -pro'
lunl will lie
lector' lunl will he Kttniul.itoil In rim
'tliltir ltnr nviipntlnn In Mtn mimc. Mrl.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185. 'r.iuiy and to bring about u better mor
numbers or the Bulletin office. nl condition of the community"
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