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EVEMINQi DULLETIM, .HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY.. FED. 1, 1009.
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NEW YORK'S NEW OR "NATIONAL'' THEATER
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S P O R T S
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AND VIEWS OF CHICAGO'S NEWEST PLAYHOUSE
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l hi the Now the nor, which In In comso of construction nt Sixty-third street nnd Ccntrnl Park West. New
mU, America is flnall) to have pl.ohoiiKo that will foster oil that Is worth whllo In acting a place
that will serve ns n n.itlonnl the.iter. built by Americans iifntl Intended to encourage the best that tho
ilramitlo art iifTords. The roumurs of tho New theater nra' among the wealthiest and most influential
people In tho nictiopolls, chief iimung them being William.' K Vnniicrbllt. chairman of the committee.
Chicago also his u new pla j house In which much public Interest centers. 11 Is the Oarden theater,
which inriles to tho west Ideas that lime hitherto been ii.-gardcd as tho exclusive property of Vienna,
llcrllu, and Purls. The (lardon theater Is an Indoor gnrilon that blooms In summer and winter alike.
Spacious icrantluB and leafy promenades hedge about the stating section. Until the curtain lifts that sec
tion IS the only thlnK nbout the theater to illsclnso Its trtio character. Noiselessly a portion of tho wood
land perspectho Bibles up out of ow, revealing In Its plnro a largo and fully equipped Btago. Grand
opera will occupy tho Harden the.iter later In tho season.1
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1 ;it lltW THIATIHiHIW YOIIK -- -- TOXAyAjMClS'StSjl ,
Quito a large number of peoplo
showed up nt tho Country Club jes
terday. Tio great nent the two-ball four
some- was plaed out, the two cups
going to Austin White nml A. Kwnrt,
who beat II C Carter and Chnrlos
Weight by 3 up an I two (n play.
lt was a delightful day and tho
links woro In good condition.
In tho first round Halstcad and
Wntcrhousu (3) beat Simpson mid
Jordan (3), one up; Mctncrny and
Wilder (4) beat Kdmonds and Phil
tips 4), two arid one; tlartwell and
Rothwell (3) beat Iloblnson nlij
ulld (G), tow nml one; Cartor and
VclRht (4) boat Watormnni and
alnt 4), ti and one; White and
Swart (2) belt Kimball and Young
4),, four and two; High and Gray
3) beat Ilran and Woon. by do
ault; Klcbahn and Ilcardmoro (4)
beat Evans and It. A. Jordan (4),
four and thrro, K. 0. White and II.
C. Waldron (3) beat Armstrong and
Itonbcrg (3), four nnd two. Tho! fig
ures represent handicaps
. In tho ficoml round Mclnerny and
Wilder won, two and one; Carter and
Weight won, one up in ten noics;
White nnd Kwnrt won, three nnd
one; Klcbahn nnd Ilcardmoro' won,
In' the semlflnnls Carter and
Weight beat Mclnerny and Wilder.
two up, and White nnd Kwart'beat
Klebahn and llcardmorc, ono up. In
tho'tlnala White nnd Ewart lien. Car
ter nnd Weight, three up nnd two
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The Kcwalos shut out tlio'Mnflnon
by aiscore of 6 to 0 and the Iroquois
defeated the Ala Moanas 5 to 4 In tho
games of the Atkinson League'serlcs
Tho Normal School basketball men
hit n snag Saturday evening In tholr
gamo with tho Twentieth Infantry,
team from Port Shatter. Forty-three'
to eleven was tho final score, and tho
soldiers were on tho long end.
3 AHE-PRACTICIHO BAHTf
Tho Ewa tennis champions, Mc
Kecvcr and Grecnllbld'aro practicing
hard In prospect of a match with
Ilockua'anQ Stevenson of tho Ilu'l
1 q 1 1 n . Stevenson won tho Dough
erty cup n couple, of years ago 'for
slpgles, nnd, with Thompson tookrtho
dpuble championship of Maul) de
feating S&Vage hnU nlfdwlh.
AT WORK IN MANOA
About "3 a. m. on Saturday morning
last tho Montana home, Manbavvallo),
was vlnlfed-by burglars, A'lJapaneso
houScboy aistnrbcd tho intruder, who
linmedlatolyi flel. ,
Tho houkolB nt present mlrtua doors
and windows' and tho family s roald.
Ing elsewhere whllo the buttdlf g Is bo.
Ing repaired. The Japaheso housoboy
sleeps) In tho bulldlnk-at night, gortor
ally having" a' lighted lantern Mn on
adjolnln'g roorti. Tho 'boy, hearing foot
tteps, got" up to Invpstlgate. Ho had
Just turned Into another room when
an electric- pocket soarchllght was
Hashed In his facd. Thls'scnrod the
boy and h6 started for tho back porch.
A plank leads itoyino ground lu lieu
of a stairway, Tho unwclcnmo lnllor
bent tho boy to tho plank and ran
down It Into tho jard, whero ho stum
bleil lnto some holes which' are being
dug for1 trees. The Japanese describes
the Intruder as being1 heavy set and
wearing a mustache. The, man had ev
idently an ntacomnllco.-as another man
was seen Waiting? oulsldo'thu1 house,
on tho lower rond.. M
The'Weekly Edition of'the'Ev'qnlna
Oulletln.gtves.a complotosummary o(
the news of 'the day,
, Victory. With
Ah" cnjojablo to:lal In honor of
(ho baseball victor) w is given by
the Chinese Students' Alliance of Ha
wnll on Saturday ovcnlng nt St Kllx
uboth's llouso In Pnlamn. The hnll
was simply but artlstlc-tlli decorat
ed with greens nnd college pctimnts
In front was n tnble on which was
placed tho beautiful Long Phong tro
phy tied with ribbons of gold nnd
bfue, ,the Alllanco colors.
On account of the Inclement own
thcr, mnny were uiahld to bo pres
ent, but 'In spile of this there was a
good crowd" THo program was open
ed with n few' remarks by Chang I.oy,
chnlrmnn of tho entertainment com
mittee.' who was followed by Miss C.
Chuck Hoy with n piano solo P.
Wont, mnnacer of tho Alllanco team,
(did tho st6r of how tho gtmo was
En Banc Kail, the hnrd-hlck cap
tain of tho C. A. C. teim, was called
upon to sny n fe wn orris. He re-
si onded by (hanking the Alliance on
behalf of his team for the kind Invi
tation extended them and congratu
lating tho team for tho woll-carncd
lctory. Ho assured all that when
his team meets the Alliance again on
Washington's lllrthday for the Hong
Quon troph), tho result will he Jint
the opposite. In conclusion ho pro
posed three cheers for tho Alllanco,
and. In return, three cheers were glv
oi. him and the C. A. C.
John Noble, tho whistler, then fa
vored tho audlctico with some whis
Tho hit of tho ovcnlng was the
dlaloguo between Donley nnd Hones
sy on the game plaed that day, writ
ton nnd rend by Molt Yin Chung, who
made the winning run for the Alll
anco! The program-concluded with
the singing- of college songs. He-
freshments wore served.
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Sam Hop nnd his Aala pets won
the championship of the Ilhersldo
Junior league from tho Chlneso Alo
has by the close scorn nt 5 to 1.
, It was a hard fight right through.
The rooters were in force and Snm
certnlnly.dld his shn.ro.
Young Leslie pitched for tho Anlns
and put In good work. Ho only nl-
luwod five hlt and four wnlksj fan
ning five to mnko up for tho singles
which woro nmrio.
ilolh teams scored ono In tho first
Aalas got ono more In tho third. Tho
Alohas got up lovel In tho fourth, but
the Aalas advanced nftor that, und,
getting singles In fifth, seventh, nnd
eighth, had no necessity to bat tho
, It was n good gamo from start to
tluns nnd base hits by Innings:
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MARD1 ERAS' WILL
Streets Will Be Gay On
Night of Floral
' TOTCM HARBOR
, Tho Hawaii Yacht Club had a ery
delightful outing to Kord's Island,
Pearl Harbor, on Sunday.
Most of the members went down
by water, anchoring off C. A. Ilrown'a
residence, which had bcon put at tho
disposal of tho Club for the occasion,
Some, members nnd visitors travel
ed to Po'arl City bv rail. About fifty
gucBtH'snt down to a rcnl typical Ha
waiian luau, Hvery delicacy from the
Inevitable pig and pel to turkey was
Mnny of tho pnrty had gone down
on Saturday evening, camping on
Ford's Island The time of the luau
was set for 1 o'clock, and by thnt
hour everyone wns ready to fall to.
At 4 o'clock tho party started
It lu now practically assured thut
the suggestion of hoWIng a street
tnrnlval on the evening of Wnihlng
Iiiii'h lllrtlulny will bo carried out.
Tho committee to which this matter
wns refcircd has Investigated pretty
thoroughly, and finds thnt tho senti
ment of almost everyone Is favorable.
Iho committeemen will piobdbly rcC'
ommend thnt the Jollification be car
rlcd out on certain parts of tho
downtown streets, with stieot bombs
and firecrackers ellmliiutcd. Tho nf-
fair will be much In the nntuto of tho
Christmas eve demonstration held In
Honolulu each year.
The commlltco bus concluded thnt
n Honolulu crowd can be depended
upon to eliminate rowdyism, nnd that
tho affair as proposed will be'n fit
ting conclusion to the other features
of the day. The merchants In tho
downtown section will bo asked to
decorate, and tho munngement of tho
Young Hotel has announced .that its
roof garden nnd dancing ptlllons
will bo open to tho revelers.
Clifford Kimball and Krnnlf An
drado wero this morning appointed
to net on tho committee of Island
Princesses, for tho Floral Parudo,
with W. 11. Mclnerny, who Is chair
man. This committee has porfected
nrrnngements In so far as Oahu Is
concerned, In the seloctlon of Mrs.
Harry Holt as this Island'B represen
tative, tho selecting of a gunrd of
honor composed of thirty or moro
children riders, and arrangements for
securing sultablo mounts and trap
pings for all the Princesses. An ef
fort will bo made again to get In
tench with somo ono on each of tliu
other Islands who will take tho mut
ter In hand and see that his Island Is
fittingly represented In .tho great
Prof. Hcolt of tho High School has
ndUcd Scnntor Dowsett, chalrin.m
of tho nulomobilo committee, thnt thn
luplls tif tho High School nro nnx
Jiuis to tnko pnrt In the parade, but
cinnot biro nnd decorate, nn nutn or
lott If one Is furnished them, ho-v-
cer, tlicj will sco thut It Is llttlncly
Oi-cnrnted, nnd entered for one of tho-
irl7.es. Tho lommltteo will hold ii
Hireling pmbabl this afternoon, at
vhtcli tho matter will bo brought up,
nd It is possible that somo nrrnngc-
nient will bo made to got n convcy
ri.ee for tho students, A number nf '
Rutomoblto ownors who nro not In po
sition to decornte their cars and enter
them, lmo offered them to tho com
mittee, In case they arc put Into com
petent linnds. This promises to help
The Prior) School girls nnd the stit
dmts of a number of other Institu
tions nro already nt wor kplannlng
tho details for their display In thu
"llfank books of all sorts, ledgers
tto, jmanufactnrcd by the Uullctln
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Weedon's Curio Bazaar
Has moved' to 27 Hbtel St. between
Bethel and Nuuanu. Will- open- to
night 6-pirnl, with.music,
Gome One, GdYiftTAll'
At tho nnnuil meeting of tho Her
man Uenootint Society tho following
offlccrs wero olictul: I. A. Schacfei,
pre si lent, -W. T Pfotinhnuer, leo
pu-sldont; J, K. IlckharJt, sccrctar) ;
II. ion Datum, treasurer; II. Hugu,
auditor. Those with II. P. V. Schultzn
and W. Kclmy constitute tho board of
Tho reports of tho retiring oulcers
thow thnt much good work had been
dono dining tho past year. Tho In
tnmu nmmintod to 3107.85, of which
all was expended, except 173 37,
whirh remains ns n balance.
Among tho cx-Scnntnrs who are
jet moro or less conspicuous In Wash
Icgton nro Henderson of Missouri,
ISlnlr of Now Hampshire, Call of Flo
rida, nnd Kellogg of Louisiana. Mnn
dersiin of Nebraska is also at tho
capital most of the time nnd Is n fre
quent visitor nt tho Senate. Old Sen
ator Stownrt of Novndn Is also n res
ident nnd as much Interested In leg
islation as over.
What Is said will be tho largest
diop curtain In the world will bo
painted for tho Denver Auditorium
bj Albert Hester. It will bo 3S by
(.0 feet. Tho Colorado chapter of tho
D. A. It. Is having tho curtain paint-cU.
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