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ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
HIM), Hawaii, April 20. Tlio
opening of tlio baseball season last
Sunday afternoon was n gala event.
The fans of both sexes turned out In
great force, anil Moohcau Park pre
sented n ga) scene. The pla)crs mot
in front of the band sland, whence,
they manned, headed by the band,
around he field. President Fetter
pitched the first hall. His arm was
In fine trim, and ex-Presldcnt Wise,
who held 'lie hat, was unablo to find
his well-rii'litcrcd halts. Dick,Lyman,
who officiated as catcher, covered Mm
belt with glory, picking up every
ball. Wife was fined a dollar for
talking back to the umpire, and then
the first mmo of the season was be
gun, the Moohcaus and the Hllos
taking the Held first. The line-up
was as follows:
Moohcau Todd, c.j Canarlo, p.;
A. Desha, lb.; Tevcs, 2b.; O'Drlen,
3b.; ShcMon, ss.; A. Swanson, If.;
Morchcad cf ; Frnnk Dlas, rf.
lllto II Drown, c; Sol. Annkclca,
p.; Easton, lb.; Illkcr, 2b.; Do Mcl
lo, 3b.; Lyman, ss.; 1)111 Ah Hip, If.;
Napier, f; Kcaloha, rf.
Tho gama was not as Interesting
as It might havo been owing to the
way In which tho Hllo team took tho
lead right from tho beginning, open
Ing tho first Inning with four runs
to Its credit. Tho Hllo boys easily
found Can.irlo's balls, and gained a
lead which their opponents were un
able to get up to. After a couple of
Innings the Mooheaus placed Sheldon
In tho box In Cannrlo's place, and
this resulted In n change for the
better, but cen then tho Hllos show
ed their superiority all around. Sol
omon Anakalca pitched a nice game
for them, the Mooheaus being unablo
to connect with his delivery, except
In a few Isolated coses. Tho gamo
resulted In a victory by a scoro of
eight to two in fnvor of the Hllos.
Of tho Hllo runs Kealoha gathered
In three, Solomon two, whllo Lyman,
Easton, and Ah Hip each bagged one.
Tho two runs of tho Moohcaus were
made by Todd and Desha,
Tho scoro by innings was as fol
lows: 1234GC78 9
Moohcau 00000200 0 2
Hllo 40200200 8
The most spectacular feature of
tho gamo was a double play by tho
Mooheaus from second base to short
stop, who covered second, to first.
Tho Junior gamo resulted In a vie'
tory for tho Young Hllos, who do-
fcatcd the Stars to tho tuno of 7 to
I. The line-up of the teams was as
Stars Ah Took, p.; V. Carvalho,
r ; P. Kalhenul, lb.; M. Vlcrrn, 2li.;
A Oliver, 3b.; Peter Victor, ss.; Hill
Wise, If.; Tow Kal, cf.; V. Vlorro, rf.
Young Hllos Knohal, p.; Alonn,
c; uwan, iu.; wm. mown, zu.; rrcn-
do, 31).; Uoxer, bs.; Watson, It,; J.
Lewis, cf.; Prog, rf.
Tho scoro by Innings wns as fol
lows: 1 234 CC789
Stars 00004000 0 1
Y. Hllos 01101013 7
Tho runs to the credit of tho Young
Hllos wcro mado by Prog, Iloxer, At
ona, Drown, Swun, Prcndo, and Lew
Is, who bagged ono each. Tor tho
Stars, Dill Wise, Carvalho, Ah Pook,
n nil Kalhcnut gathered In ono each.
The gamo was umpired by Geo. A.
Cool whllo Maa kept tho official score.
Too Good Fop
There will bo a distinct chnngc in
tho program nt the Art Theater this
evening nnd there will bo plctuics
that will startle tho audience. Man
nger Lnwson has secured Borne of tho
best pictures that havo ever been
shown on tho Coast, and they will
bo seen hero this afternoon fur tho
first time. Last week's success Is
worthy n repeat, but In accordance
with tho custom of the Art, thcro
will be no, repetitions unless there la
a gcnernl demand on tho part of tho
patrons of tho house. Tho fact that
the attendanco nt the Art has not
diminished during the season of the
atricals nt tho other theaters speaks
well for the pictures shown.
THE PARK THEATER
There will ho moonlight this week
nnd tho attendance at tho Park The
ater Bhould be large, Inasmuch as tho
program Is especially selected with n
view to pleasing a critical audience
Entire chango of program goes on to
night. Some new films nnd very
good ones will bo shown a Chicago
baseball plcturo showing tho Now
York nnd Chicago White Sox teams
nt play. Tho Melnotto Sisters will
sing "I'm tHo Only Star That Twin
kles on Droadway." Geo. Mllno has
a good sentimental song.
THE SAN FRANCISCO THEATER
This pretty open-air theater with
Its prize nlghtB and its amateur
night, Is growing In popularity. Tho
excitement of drawing prizes on
Thursday night and the funny nma
cur Btunts on Prlday night draw big
crowds. New films go on this week
and tho music Is nlwuys good ut tho
The Hawaiian hand will play this
evening nt Emma Square at 7:30, tho
program to be ns follows:
March: Soldiers In tho DubIics. . .
Overturo: Iload to Glory . . . Kllng
Pilgrims' Chorus nnd Evening Star
Selection: Lombnrdlan Verdi
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs. ar. by Derger
Selection: Tho Merry Widow.. Lobar
Gloria: Twelfth. Mass Mozart
Waltz: Artist Llfo Strauss
The Star Spangled Banner
POLICE C0UM J0TTINQB
Mr. Leeds, a guest nt tho Moann
Hotel, lost his diamond cuff buttons
whilst out swimming last Thursday.
The articles are valued at throe nun.
drcd dollars, and the police, who wero
Informed of tho theft, are very san-
gulno that tho buttons will bo rccov
crcd boforo long. Tho "fences" aro
becoming very scared of buying stol
en goods nowadajs, as Chief Leal Is
hot on tho trail of such evildoers.
Prank Scandland, who has not
been heard of for somo eighteen
months, Is being Inquired for by tho
Executive office of tho Stnto of Ken
tucky. Scnndland's mother Is heart
broken nt her son's silence, and sho
fears that ho Is dead. District At
torney Drcckons received n letter
from tho Governor's secretary con
taining tho Information, and ho will
ho very pleased to get any now3 of
tho )oung fellow.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it'i peiited by
The faint Shop. J 134 King Si,
Tho championship gamo between
tliii Marines and Kownlos did not
i nmo off jesterday owing to tho Mnr
lues being otherwise engaged. Tho
Atkinson giounds, lwweiur, were oc
uiplcil by the Paiewells and Oahus.
mid n good, close gamo icsulted In a
win for tho P.uuwelU by u scoie of
J to S, The OnhiiH wero ery stiong
In the. first Inning, making no less
than four runs. Tho Parowells, how.
eer, enmo along with two In tho fltst
nnd again two In tho second nnd, go
ing ahead, scoieil ono In the third
nnd again two In tho fourth. Tho
O.ihus mado two in tho sixth and two
In the ninth, hut wero Just one tun
shy of tho necessary numbor to win.
Tho following Is tho line-up of the
Pqrowolls Louis Itosn, cf; M
Dlas, ss; M. Alves, lf-2b; M. Souza,
lf-2b; J. Alves, lb; Ah On, p; M.
Perry, 3b; J, Domlngos, rf; A. Sou
Oahus M. Philip, P! DIco Dox,
lb-rf; Alameda, rf; M. Perrclra, p
lb; J. Fctado, If; A. Mondonca, c;
.1 Mondonca, 3b; M. Costa, ss-p; J.
RIAL EBTATB TRAR8AOTI0KI.
Entered for Record April 23, 1009,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Walluku Sugar Co to John P San
O St. John Gilbert to Samuel II
Kapenn Richard and wf to West
ern & Hawn Invst Co Ltd M
Mnrlanno J Dorgcs and wf to Con
salves & Co Ltd CM
O Tollcfsen to von Hamm-Young
Co Ltd CM
Entered for Record April 24, 1009,
From 8:30 n. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Mm la I'ctalu to Maul Laud & Kail-
load Co Ltd D
Leo Yotk Chung to Leo Look. . . .CM
Vliglnln Gomes to Joao Drazll and
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