Newspaper Page Text
7 ltvS ,
RVBNINO nULL&flN, HONOLULU, T.-H.,-THUrtSDAY,-FEU.-18,-190S.
a I MM
-. - ,- .. ,.' .
The Best Bicycle ever
ft MLliaaaaaaaaaaafliaBaaaaaaaaftLlaaaaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaV iHHHIIIIIIIIBv!KavA r
1909 Model Tropic .
E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
No matter what the aliment, ask your druggist for
No expense is spared in putting out the very best Hem.
cdies which can be produced.
If you are in doubt about which Remedy to use, Ring
me up at TEL. 1189. v
HOSPITAL FOR SICK ANIMALS.
CONSULTATION PERSONALLY OR BY LETTER.
Ppttie & Sons, Honolulu
E. Herri ok Brown . Wm. C. Lyon
Tickets now on sale at Berg
strom's Musio Store.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two change, each week.
Monday and Thursday
Dolly, the Circus Rider; Don Juan;
Circumstantial Evidence; When Ca
sey Joined the Lodge; A Family of
Cats; The Lady Barrister; The Ara
bian Dagger; The Weird Symphony.
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION, lOo. and 20c
185 editorial rooms 25G busi.
neii office. These are the telephone
number of the Bulletin office.
U - 1 -a. -- Cor. Alakea
I300KS & Merchant
TUESDAY EVENING, FEBY. 23D,
o r, sa.
Under the Auspices of the
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE
Tickets, $1 and 75o; 25c for student
Box plan now open at Bergstrom's.
FORT ST. opp CONVENT.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED SONQS
Admission lOo and 15c
Wank books of all Borts, lodgers,
etc , manufactured by tho Ilulletln
3(r BULLETIN ADS PAY 4
Smith does To
Clinrllo Itclljy Is hnrd nt work for
his fight wllli Smith. Itcllly Works
(nit nt tlio Orphcum, nnd generally a
small crowd of sports roll Up to see
tlio clever featherweight go through
Chaillo Is paving most attention to
his wind at present, atyl spends a lot
oC his tlmo on his back, enriagqd In
tho strenuous oxcrclso ot elevating his
legs over his head till his toes touch
tho stago at tho back of his koko.
Tills sounds simple enough, but try
It, ecn It )ou oro slim and not over
burdened with cars, you probably will I
think jour spinal column Is sprung at
tho first attempt.
Clinrllo puts In hours of this kind of
bodf wrenching, and seems actually
to enjoy It. Next week ho will quicken
up In his work nnd tako on his train-
Ing partners with tho gloves. I
Itcllly Is certainly taking pains In
his dally work, nnd should foci tho
benefit of It all on tho ovcnlngof tho
27th.' Ho will need nli his skill and
strength, as Smith Is determined to I
win this tlmo.
Smith Is also hnrd at work and
seems to bu cnjojlng It too. Ho has
boon training In town, but moves out
to Kort Shaftor within a day or two.
Ho will put on the finishing touches In
company with McCotlough nnd a foK
moro of tho soldier lads, who all seem
to bo yery keen on tho fight game,
tt tt i
Two New Men
Troop "C," Fifth Cavnlry, soonis to
havo a couple of good men, out at. tho
cantonment. At any rnto both tho
men Sergeant Marlowo and trlvato
Hoathcrlngton aro out with 'k chal
lenge to hox any man In tho'lUwallan
Islands nt 135,poumls. '
These two men bar no(ono. ahd will
box boforo any club offering sufficient
inddccmimt, winner, to tako all. , Now
thon, Mr. Cotion, herd's' a ch'anca to
framo up your prcllmlnnrles'for tho
Corporal Divld Upsa ot Troop "C,"
fith Cavalry, will bo very pleased' to
hear from any 135 ouiul man who la
looking for trouble. '-
An Interesting gamo of baseball U
Echcduled for 2:30 p. m. nn Washing
ton's birthday. Tho Chlneso Students
Alllauco and tho Chlneso Ath.nilc Club
will try conclusions.
Tho winners of tho garni will liccomo
tho owners of tho beautiful utter cup
presented by Hong Qron, who Id with
an ardent admirer of tho notional
gamo. Ed Fernandez wllt'urcplfo tho
Tho teams will lino up (subject to
change) as follows:
C. A. C J, Amoy or Aktna, (.;
A pau Kau, c; Cn Sang Kau, t'.ipl lb ;
Kn Sue, 2b.; J. Alonn. 3b.; Alex Abtini,
br.; Kn Oce, C. Aklna, O. Y. ltlark, J.
I.pong, W. Ayau, flfaldcrs,
'AHIanco J. Lo, p.; Chi llul FBrm
(Capt.), c; Ed Ayau, lb., Hung
chack, 2b.; Aho, 3b,; Hlng ChJng, s.;
Tal Chan, E. 8, Korg, Y. Ahong," K.
Y. Chlng, A. Kau, Holders. .i
tt tt tt
Three jachts.-lho Hawaii, iolada
and hnmchHmeha, will leave
morrow evening for 1-anal. It'
a flshlrtg cxpod tlon .'and 1 tho hnny
ono. aro said to bo , bltlfo Wf off
l-anal bhorcs, tho threo'-boata should
bring back a record catch. - ,
Tho jachts will not return till Sun
day evening,, or Mpmjay "morning; bo
a fair' trial of both tho 'fishing roiiidn
and tho crows should bo made. To a
groon'itallor, who might not oven 'feel
a llttlo seasick whilst tho .boat.ls mov
ing through tho wator, tho rolling of
an anchored vessel Is vory ofton dead
ly. Tho amoll of Jlsh simply makett
tho unfortunato suffer from mal do
morn wish ho wcro as dead as they
llowover, tho crowB of tho threo fish
ing boats aro probably Inured to the
odor of fish and tobacco, and no doubt
win return with some fish Stories well
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
There Is much 'talk aralind town ot
a motor cj do fflco'moctlng being held
on .Washington's birthday. Quite n
nunihc.ot motor cyclists arc Interest
ed In the affair, which will probably
coruo off after this libra1! Parade Is
It Is proposed to have a flvc-mllo 4
challcngo face between two Indian
and ono Heading machines, i Tho ,1m .
dlan c)cles aro ot two and onoh'alt .
horse-power, whilst tho Heading Is .
pyichmofo,,powcrful, bclhg rated as ,
six horso power. ' L
ncrger, who roue on Indian on
Thanksgiving day beating the Head
Ing Standard will on (ho 2Znd mount
tho Heading He thinks lhaMho skill
of the rider makes all the difference
and expects to win itealn. 1
Two other local riders, Derrick &
Lang, will tako port In all tho events.'
It, Is propose'' to have several races -
other than the five miles, and attempts
to lower tho various loral records from
two to ten miles will bo nniio.
Motor cjrlo races are as a rule very
'oxcltlhg, It Hccmlng Just n'toss uuh
16 whether the rider Or machine passes
tho ott first, and at every corner tho
spectator' heart Is between his teeth,
.when ho sees a machine skid a little.
Tlio Rapid Transit la fixing up
tho Kaplolanl track for tlio meeting
and no doubt a largo crowd will wend
Its way out after the I'arado Is over.
tt tt tt
Polo Ground Is
Tho polo ground ovt at Lellohtia Is
situated mauka ot tho Camp and Is be
ing rapidly got Into first class Order.
Only a Jlttlu filling In, and grass cut
ting needs tu be duno now bet6re play
Kdcty ionlea are now on the way
downrkml afo anxiously being awaited
by tbj oftlccrtMrt Jrjq. ca.jnji.
Ambi)gtit trioirouilnent jwlo play
era at-lyCllohua aro (ho foilowlnk gen
tlemen: Capt.' Forsyth, pr. Vana AK
new, ahd lieutenants Shtrldsn; lan-
J op, Qttykcmeyer, HarnaH, 'Stow art.
lo'rHuon arid James.
( Thcro (b no possible doubt' that, polo
la going totiobbi on dahu, anil'thst the
ulllcwlll(be treated to some rattling
good gameh boforo. vo'ry long
PROSPECT GOOD'FOE'' '.
"' CRICKET SOON
Tho piospecta of'tho Honolulu'Orlck
el Club never looked brighter than at
present. Tho 'ottt 'English game hag
been up and dowrt' In Honolulu for
somo yearsj but now.scems to lie tak
ing a now (base of'llfd. ScVcral'play
era from tho Islands have recently
conio to HonoluluHo'llvVahd.thls fact
alone hla given the gamo' a boost. '
Dr. Archer, trwlp, from HaWall, lo
ono of the latest arrivals. Tlio doctor
It a very keen1 cricketer andimay be
depended on to turh out to 'all 'the
gam'ej no possibly can.
Sonlo good matches should ' In
placed In th'o'riea?'fUture, ahd'whcn
thb "WMIaDlea," (iel Australian foot
ball, tbam, .pakies throilgh, a! cricket,
garner should certainly bo pl)ed with
them. All'tho mombers.ot tho "Walla
bies" play crlcktit as well as tho rough
or gable, for In their country athletes
do not confine trjemaelvca- tb one
branch of sport td thefe'xlcnl that Is
done n other climbs.
HANDBALL GOOD " ,
, FOR WIND AND EYE
The flno gamo of handbaltjUOems to
bo coming jlnto taybr a lot lately. It
Is, Indeed strango jhat handball' Is not
plajcd moro In this' cpuntryv thap at
?..0e.rU-"-' rJf0. ."""U
ZlTlV.T' 7.'T,0,,'A." T
fchowi.sonio good ,nrm tooi but thn
gariio Is nht so popular, as, In somo
towns .whoroj nearly ovorysldu oft a
house Ik called Into requisition as a
piaygrounu.i ir.ros)ectlvo ot'tho own
cr' likes or dlsltkW '"
Handball is ono of tho besi exorcises
in 'tho world foMkcopIng alman fit.
Many flgh'tors recognlae tho 'fact and
regularly play tho aco game to keep
(heir wind In good condition.
Sullivan and McFaddcn aro keen on'
the game and wend their way towards
tho Y, M. C. A. moat afternoons.
tt tt it
BOWLING VERY POPULAR NOW
At tho Hotel altesjH last night tho
Marines and Honolulu teams tried con.
clUBlons. Tho Honolulu team played
Ann .ran., n,t nl.llri.. .. ML l IT.
nun b"U OKU DUIKUB Vt-TU IH UOn
ty, Prlnglo for Honolulu made tho
good score of t8t points; his average
was also tho highest for tho match.
Tho'flna scores showod'that tho Hono-
lulu team mado 2130 tn the Marine
20."H. flrent Interest la Inline shown
lu those bow ling' matches nml tlio' piny
era nro rapidly becoming moro skillful.
Secretaries or other author-
Ited representatives ot clubs
are asked t (end In a list ot
drents, scheduled by tbem, that
tbty may be Included In the
program. Addre-u all commu-
nlcalions to tho Sporting Edl-
tor, Evening II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Feb. 21; Chlneso Minora C
and It teams.
Feb. 22: C. 8. A. vs. C. A. O.
Feb. 22: Novelty.
Feb. 27: V. M. C. A. trnck
Keb 27: Smith vs Itcllly.
V Mar.. 14: Ilnlclwn Rncc.
Thcro lb nothing In the athletic
career of a college man that jan bb
considered asjsrcat a reward ns tho
winning of the college arslty letter,
In some of the major 'sportaWThb
rules regardlnctho wearing vt the
varsity letter ,djftcr In thb various col
leges, but In'tho main they aro much
the same. In collogcsNwhcro (hero Is
rowing It h given for (the four major
Sports. Trlso aro football, baseball,
tracjt and crbw. y
Harvard probably has thy strictest
rule regarding the wearing of varsity
colloge, n student' "hall 'bV'jilowCd to
A ttln Inline lt In mik n ' 'S
to appear io.be a flayer on a Harvard
team otccpl in accordance with the
A sweater havlhg tho "H" shall be
presented to every. player who had
played. In an Important gamo aa n
member of tJiuiunlvcrslly football or
basoCMI .team. The captain of tho
ttamf.ln consultation .with thc,Brad
uato" treaspror, shall delcrmlno' which
are tho.lmportant tamos.
A sweater having the "If shall bo
Issued fo in cry "lnbor of'tho crow,
to tho coxswain, and. lu the substi
tutes, A "sweater havlni- IhnX'tt" uhaii 1..
Issued lo cvrry man on tho team who
has won niMlnt In tho Intercollcglato
or dual games wl,th Yale. Every .pthcr
meniDcr or tpq team shall hato n
sweater with 'II. A-. A."
In order to rllntlnt-tllh pinnriv hn.
tween tho 'different teams, tho follow-
Ing colors haio been adopted:
Football," Mack" sweater with red it;
baseball, red sweater with black H:
crow, whlto awcator-wlth red II;. track
team, roajswoator with whlo If.
At ,YaIo. playing tor a mjnuto only
against Harvard or Prlncetdn Is
enough In, football or baseball. Very
' pinjror worKa nara for four
seasons on tho scrulj, never being good
enough to deserve a nlaco on varsltv.
as a rowara tor faithfulness be Is sont
In at the yery end orla gamo, perhaps
only lohg .enough to got In one play,
oui mat-is enough-to entitle hjm to
tho lotter. On tho track Yalo awards
tho Y oply for first or second place.
At Cornell a mah.winnlns a nrt tn
tho Intorcolleglato game gets besides
ine u a courier's 'Btrlpo runnlntf'from
left to right. For a flriL In tho cross
country race a stripe from right 'to
lofl la awardod,saoithata runner like
Warren Schutt waa ontlllod to.wronr
hls-C pnd-crosse'd-s'trlpcB'for both'such
IIIBIB. k , f w
Thoro aro dual moots which kIvo tho
letter. C6lumbla,?meupct tbb C for
any piaro-in'tno dual meet with
Princeton. Ptlncdjont does not give
Iho letter for .any jpluce In tho meet
wiw Columbia. For winning perform
ancos In that meet a Princeton man
gets hls'A, P. A.
Aside from tho big sports letters aro
occasionally given for' the minor
sports. A man who wins for his col
logo a championship In golf, wrestling,
uiiviuii, iawn lonnis, swimming or
gymnastics geta'the letter ordinarily
tt tt tt
Ily the sudden marrluge tho other
day of KranlTCarley Hunt, a member
or tho Yale 'varsity trow, (o Miss
Florence Loomls a severe blow is
dealt to Yale's chances In the coming
Jboat race with Harvard. Hunt row-
ed No. 4 last eai In the Yalo ithell.
BuIUtin Buiin'dts Office Phona 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhoru 188,
James J. Jeffries yesterday olcned
a contract to appear on the Eastern
vaudeville stago for a period ot
twenty weeks at a salary -of $2,S00
a week, or.xbu,uuu or tlio engage
ment. This moans, of course, thnt
the big "retired nnd undefeated
chatnjilon of tho world," whatever his
Intentions may bo In regard to an
ultimata meeting with "Illnck Jack"
Johnson, jv'lll have another six
months, nt least, to think It ocr.
Tho contract with Jeffries was ob
tained by William Morris of New
York, head of tho big Independent
vaudeville circuit that has been caus
ing so much troublo for tho so-called
vaudevlllctrust, Morris slipped quit
!) out of New York, Just as qultly In
to San Francisco, and had his con
tract all but signed before many
were awaro of his prcsciico In the
Jeffries Is slated to go directly to
New York with Morris about tho 8th
ot March. Starting In Now York, ho
will take In two theatres In that
cltj; llrookljn, Iloston, Chicago and
other larger cities
Ilefore. leaving, the Coast, however,
the big follow .will make a barnstorm
ing tour of tho-Hftito nudcr the direc
tion of PlnctlB 6 Harris. Jeffries will
finish the wock. here, then go to Vnl-It-Jo
for n one-night stand. From
there ho will travel directly to Urn
Angeles, where he expects to spend
about right das settling his private
business affairs preparatory to tho
long spell beforo the footlights.
When the actor-ihamuton has flu
Islied his business In the southern
metropolis he will entrain for Il.ik
crsflcld to start the swing through
this State, which will Include one
night Btands nt llnkcrsflcld, Fresno,
Sun Jose, Stockton and Sacramento,
ami two nights In Oakland. When
this trip Is completed Jeff will be
turned over to Morris for the Journey
to New York.
"I completed a contract with Jeff
ries for twenty weeks on our vaude
ville circuit," said MorrU last even
ing. "I dealt with Jeffries illrectlj.
and he will gn East with me carl)
In March. Wo will Bhovv nt the
American Music Hall nnd tho I. In
coin Squaro Theatre In New- York,
the American Music Hall In Chicago.
the Fulton In llrooklvn nnd tho Or
phcum In Upaton."
"W signed u contract to go .with
Morris of New York yesterday," said
ItalphPlncus". "Jeffries will go on
H;nl tho Morris houses and ho will
be billed 'under tho direction of Pln
cus & Harris.' Wo will tour this
State beforo leaving for uboul four
weeks, commcrirthg at Uakcrsfleld,
when JefTrles gets through his pcr
fcouol buslnesa In Los Angeles.'
dam.Ilerger did not act as Jim Jef
fries' aparrlng partner at tho Wig
wam theatre last night. Joo Ken
nedy, tho old-tlriio training associate
of the big champion, took his plnco
beforo ,tho footlights. Merger said
that the kneo ho Injured tho night
before when ho fell over n cleat1 on
tho stage waa paining him so that ho
had decided o lay off for n couplo of
tt tt n
Los Angeles. Tho members of the
plaiground nthletlc commltteo have
arranged beveral novel events to be
ccntceled on tho various grounds.
Among the following events will be
a Kjrls' basketball pass for Juniors,
Intermediates and seniors.
Toh gijia form n circle (circle
twenty feet In. diameter). Tho ball
starts" from No. 1 and Is passed
around, each girl catching and pass
lug the ball to the noxt girl. When
tho ball has mado three rounds tlmo
! taken when the original starter
catches the ball. x Tho ring will bo
markel with lines and thon divided
mo icn equal spaces. Each thrower
mustBlay in" tho Bpace alloted to her.
On the line Is considered out. Ono
second will bo added to tlmo for tho
following: Falluro to catch ball and
to alfty In alotted space
ilakctball throw for goal by Indl-
vlduals; Intermediates and hcnlors
Thrower stn'nda on freo throw linn
wlthjball In handB; at word "(Jo,"
throjt, for goal, and continuing to
thjowfrom 'any position uutjl goal
la rWu. When first goal mndo sho
runs to other goal and repeats tho
prrfoVinance, then returns to starting
free'Jfirow line. When line Is cross
ed tlmo Is taken."
llaekethall throw for goal by team;
Intermediates and cenlors Six play
on. take positions on the field, aB
shown n the diagram herowlth
I'lajers are not allowed to leave tho
divisions, as shown, until tho ball haa
gene the rounds Then all shift tip
to tho next highest numbered position-
3, 2, 1.
tt tt tt
Tho Southern A C, sponsor for tho
weekly fights hold at Savannah, (la ,
will try to bring the next heavy
weight championship prlro fight to
(bat city. It Is planned to iibe part
of tho Orand Prize automobile race
grandstand In Boating tho spectators
If tho fight la becurcd.
the Bulletin office,
.i.J..-.r.J.. .., .Al,tmtL, rlnrliil'MBlT"iTnaMiaW
The re.illt) baseball bug, of St.
Paul, Is out ngnln with his schemd
for the reformation of the national
game, snjs an Eastern authority, Tho
Idea of renlltj baseball Is to havo
each base made count toward win-
nlng the game That Is, It n man
gets on first bane. It would (ount ono,
If ho advanced to second It would
count one more, etc The theory Is
thnt under the present svstcm a team
gets no credit for getting runners on
the bases unless they get nil tho wny
around The Inventor of thin noblo
plan points out tho posslblllt) of ono
team securing 108 bases In n nine-
Inning game, while tho opponents did
not get a single man to bnsc, nnd
still the teoro would be a tic. Thla
could happen It the first two men up
In each Inning con hi rc.lch third and
then be caught off their base, then
the bases should be filled beforo tho,
third man was retired. That would
make twelve base pained In each In
ning without a run being scored. Ot
course, this is the most extreme caso
possibly, but it often happens that
tho defeated tram getB moro men to
bare than the winning outfit.
According to reality baseball
Hellenic ovcry Iiiimj gained would
count toward the winning of thol
gnme. Thui 11 team might easily!
win n game without hnvliiK scorcdTi
single run Such a pl.iu would, never,
do In practice, for It would tend to
do away with teamwork and tho
prettiest features of tho Inside game,
nnd would put n premium on mero
slugging and nlso on recKlesa base-
running The wholo object nnd Pur
pose of the ngresslvc gamo Is to gcP
runners nronml tho banes, 1 laj
tough to seo n 111 nn left strnnded oil,
third, na frequently occurs, but It
would bo tvvleo ns tough to nco n
clever nnd skillful run-getting team1
beiitcn h n club thnt got more men,
on the siitks but could not advance'
them nnd was totally Ignorant of aUJ
the best principles of inside pin)-; ff
The mental state of tho Inventory
of this Interesting novelty Is shown,
by one of the sentence In his pros
pectus lie kj)b "One glass of beer
will not make )ou Insane, but tho
old fijstcm of biMibnll will when jou
nro out on scond b.ise. One buso
that don't tount causes Incanlty."
Hint renin ns If the author lind been.
lift on sciotid
FINAL DETAILS OF
Tho llnlelna Marathon racn cotnmlt
tiu met last night at tlio Young Hotel
and decided most of tho Imiiortuiit de
tails In connection with the go an) on
plu.iso. The race wilt tome off on Sunday
March Hth, am) will start from oppo3
Bito tho O IL M U doiot. nt 7:3ir'
m. Major Fern will act as starter an
will send Iho men nway promptly (nil
1 no race win nuisii ai 1110 iiaiciwa
Hotel, where arrangements havo been
mado to caro for tho conipetlloro and
visitors. Mr lltdgood has set asldooj
roiiago ior too uno or tno runuera, nnu
baths ad lib have been provided Ij
A blcjclo rai-o will nlso come off onj
"i" same dav, tlio cyclists starting
their event flvo minutes beforo tho
1 miners Ucklo tlx-lr loug Journey. Ulj
N. Dciisbani and A. K Vcrra nro tho
marshals for tho events, and tcveral
nutomoblles will follow the race. .Kml
trtna fnf linlli olnnlu i-lnnit nl O n . ni'
on Saturda) tho 27th Inst.
tt tt tt
Motiirhts of Now York, whow; earn,
havo carried dazzling search llghttV
have been busy modlfjlng them to
compl with tho new ordlnanroj
which requires them to be shaded so
their ras will not ronfuso either!
drivers or pcdcstralns.
Do not neglect a "blow" in nn en
gine, It may only be a faulty Jolnt.
Bitch ns a leaky vnlvo cap, etc., hut It,
may bo an Internal "blow," whlchj
means badly fitting piston rings, or?
possibly the rings have so moved thatj
tho tlots nrc nil In lino. " j
When motor cars wcro first mado'
and dejlgiiera wnnted to know, how.
high to make the seats, they meaa
ured thn height of n chair from tho
floor In tho louroo of Ime It dnwu-j
cd on tho designers bf bodies thai
rnring drivers Insisted upon seats
very cIomj to tho deck, and llioy Mem
ed to bu able to maintain their post
Hon under KtrVniioiis conditions for
hours ut n time, whero as ntitolsts'
perched high In the Boats vrero much,
fatigued In a hundred uilleCof travel.1!
The Influence's of racing is lo tie'acen
In bodies at every hand. fi
A fcu-tcsaful test of an uutomoblli
roiisuiiiliig niipthallno liibtemi ot pe
trol was rccontly mudert boforo tin
technical commltteo of tho Automccy
bllo club or Frnnco A lurgo omnlg
bus fitted with n special carbureteVj
inuilo tho trip from Purls to VerBalM
les und baclt In about, four hours.
Napthallno costB barehru third 61 thn
price, of petrol and can bo handled'!
with safety and with much greater
case. Tho main disadvantage. U
ii small amount of petrol bus to
carried for the atnrtlng.
L ' d jfcin."J'.(-.,iCftfii. :. k! j.k. kZiMaUmmiitUmOBtmifaUltUKKSIm