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J$ , 10 ' " ' EVENING nULtETlN. HONOLULU, T. H-, MONDAY, AUOt'ST !, lilflft.
I Local and National I
Ewa Nine Defeat Hi!o Team Plays
Waianae 12 to 2 All Maui At Kahului
On Smula.x inoiniiiK t Hio Atlik-t-Ic
I'illk the Kwn hull team ilefvuU-il
I he Walanap nine tin lln i-li.i In p Ion -klill
of the I'liiiitmliin I.c.ikiH' l)
Willi- of 1- tu 1
Tliu g.inif " wntiliinl !' n lilfi
crowd (if town uml lutmtiy Toll..
JIiiniiRi'rs HpiiIuii nml .Mc.cr were
Imth mi ilerk to cheer their men on,
uml rroin the look of the Kraiiilstatul
nil tlie pluntntinn men from liotli
mill liml come to town to see the
The feature of the Kiiiiie watt the
Inline run hy Clrln. who lilt u hull
clean over the rlRht llelil fence. Ii
win ii imiRiillUetit hit, uml the fatm
made a nolfc Hint cotilil be hcuril
lip nt Tort Ktteet.
Clark pitched n lieuutlftil same
uml Kept lilx fnrin tin rlKht IIikiukIi
the nine IniiliiKx. WnliitMc-wuii the
Hint to Hioie, anil made one In the
tccoml; then Kwa Knocked up one In
the Mrst half of the thltil and tied
the mi) re.
Hut It was In the llrsl half of the
fourth that thlnua Ih-kmi to happen
liml the Kwa liiiuch. IiiMiik the hit
hetween their teeth, plleil up no le
1 than hI runs. The Uwa fa tin went
iiazy with dellslit and IImrh wen
wawcl all over the ntninl ami IjleaCh
t'lK. Then In the seroml half of the
fouith the Walaiiaes nuiniiReil to
make a run, ami tliitiKB did not li(oK
ipilte Ko bail for them. Kwn, how
ever, came again In the fifth with
two runs ami iikuIu with a couple In
the ncwntli. uml the ilunpeets of
Wnlnnne wlntiliiR looked slim.
Simpson pitched for the first live
InnhiKD, null then he was teltcveil
hy Meyer, hut that tnnile no illffer
encc to the Kwa batsmen, who made
one more run In the ninth, nml the
Biune cnileil 12 to 1!.
Although the same was one-sided,
the greatest Inteiest was taken In
the piny, uml Mnnuger Wekt's olct
could be heard all over the grounds
The Ewa boys were all on hnnil, uml
quite u number of fans who at home
lime have worked at Ewa were also
present to do a little rooting for the
hunch from the big mill.
llnticy Joy umpired the game, anil
1.1s decisions were till right. The
game lusted from 9: SO to II o'clock
nml the hour and u half was chock
full of excitement.
1 2 3 I 5 7 S 9
tlnnKf 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 11
llano hi n n 1 5 2 n 1 o 11
l 2 3 t :. (i 7 s n
Uuns I) 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Haso lilts 0 0 1) 1 0 2 0 0 0!
Home i tin. Olrvln; three base littf
UlrWn, V. Meyer; twn-li,iM hits, .1
Vanmittn 3; sacrltlco hits, Vaunattn
Clark; left on bases, Kwa X, Wnlanui
r; douhlo play, J. Lopez to Knnoho ti
O. Meyer; hit by pitcher. M. Hodrl
Rites, (1. Meyer; Innings pitched, lis
Simpson 1, hy J. .Mcr S; hits, of
Simpson 6, olT J. Meyer 4; charge du
feat to Simpson; bases on halls, ofl
Simpson ii, off J. Meyer 3; struck out
hy Clark C ,by Simpson 10, by J. Mey-
er 2; wild pitch, Clark 1, Simpson 2
J. Meyer 1 ; passed halls, Vnnnntta' 1
J. Meyer 1. Simpson 1. Umpire, Ilnr
ney Joy. Scorer, N. Jackson. Tlnif
of game, 1 hour 32 minutes.
Thete Will ho a game of baseball
nt Knhului I'aik next Satunlny,
August II. between the All-Hllo nml
All-Maul. The llllo bo)s are ex
pected In Walliiku h the Ma una
Ken next Satutday mtirulng. Thene
are the same hos who defeated the
Honolulu tea mat llllo on the lust
Font th of July. The Maul hoys to
meet them will consist mostly of
those who made a gallant light for
Maul ugaliHt the All-Honolulu nt
Well's I'aik hist Fourth, nnd that
Ihev were defeated was not their
ruult. for they put up one of the
hottest battles ever raged on Maul
between Island teams.
(Icorge Dosha will captain the vis
iting team, which O. II. Cummlngs
will be In chaige of the home team.
glance at the llnc-up will bIiow
that the personnel of the lespecthc
teams Is the ei cam of each Island.
The llllo team will consist of the
following: Anakalea, I). Kenloha,
II. Lyman," Hlserman, V. Desha.
Alex Desha, Oeo. Desha, J. Tcvcs, J.
Cnmarlo, J. Kaaton, Vnnattn
mil J Todd, The home defendem
will rotnpilsc the following: Mey
irs, e; Upton, p; V. K. Hal, Jr., Hi;
1. (larcla, 2b; llalley, 3b; Ajait, ss;
ummlngs, If; Knglish, cf; Ksplndn,
f. Subs, Joe Clement. V. Ksplndn,
I. Oaicla, Pedro and Currci.
Two games will be plujed. The
first will be nt Kahului Park on the
iftemoon of the 1 1 tit. nnd the sec
ond on Sunday afternoon, August
1",, nt Well's I'ark. Captain Cum
iilngs Is putting up his hoys In line
trim, so that when the llllonlans nr-
Ive they will meet the giants nt
their own game.
MOTOR CAR JOTTINGS.
The man who built nnd operntnl
the first motor mr ever used In the
state of Wyoming, nnd, It Is be
lleved, nnywhere west of the Missis
sippi, Is Klmer Lovejoy, n buslnest
nuin of Lnrnmlc. lit Is president
of the Ln ramie Automohlle Club,
it nil in his hours of recreation he Is
a hunter ns well ns n motorist, ln
his hunting he constantly makes
new uses for the automobile, but
the car he drives Is not the old oho
he himself devised. Instead It Is n
Franklin of latest design, which Is
handled In Lnrmnlv by n company of
which lie Is n member.
Not long ngo he sot out op what
was lltetrally n wild goose chnsc,
and he bagged the goose", In fact he
biought down seven, 'nnd he bore
them back home ns evidence that
the wild goose chase, proverbially
vain, was not futile nnd fruitless If
undertaken with n motor car. In his
twenty-eight horse power louring
car ho made a forty-mile run from
Liirnmle Into n rough region, mak
ing the distance In an hour and a
quarter In spite of obstacles. Thsro
ho came upon the wild' geeso In
flight, nnd by running tho car under
them as they were rising from their
feeding grounds ho was nblc to
bring down tho birds, which he later
took hack home.
Mr. LocJoy looks back with some
thing akin to prldo nt the old enr
with which he In the earlier days of
nutomohlling opened the eyes of the
people of Wyoming, notwithstanding
tho fact that he uses an Improved
cur today. He Is claimed to be tho
oilglnntor of tho knuckle Joint now
lommonly used In tho Btecrlng of
(League Oamcs) '
Aug. 1 1: Punahou vs.
(Oahu League.) '
Aug. 15: .1. A. C. vs. K. A. C.
Aug. IB: C. A. C. vs. U. S. M.
Aug. 14: II. C. C. vs. Maul.
Aug. 14: Honolulu vs. '
Aug. 13: Mclnerny Cup.
Aug. 14: Sullivan vs. Cordell,
Aug. 14: SarconI vs. Teiry.
Aug. 14: Honolulu vs.
Kahili Ukas D.-feat
Seals At Kapiolar
At Kaplolnnl Pari: ycstenlny
morning the Seals nndp Knllhls met
on the diamond, and the nltter team
won by :i score of 13 to 4.
For the Knllhls, Fieltns made n
tilt ee bagger, uml llrnnco, a two-bate
lilt. The seals did not score for the
Mist four Innings, but ln the tlfth
'and slth respectively made one run
The Knllhls scored ono In tlieli
first mid four In their Second, mid
followed that up by making one In
tho third nnd two In the fourth, Not
to bo denied tho Kullhls again scoted
one In the fifth, uml no lers than
four 111 Hie seventh.
llrnnco nnd Santmiu forced tho
l.attei y for tho Knllhls and proved
to bo a stiong combination. Quito
u number of inns Journeyed nut to
the park to see the gamo and much
interest was shown In the play.
The Kullhls are very elated over
their victory nml tcckou they can
put It over the Seals nny old time.
In tho nulnmohllo load races re
cently held nt Santu Monica, Cat.,
tho highest scoto for cars of Its pow
er wns made hy Ralph C. Hamlin's
Franklin "(lioyhound," n foity-two
horso power entry, which maintain
ed for tho 200 miles of tho contest
nn nvorago speed of C8 miles an
OAHU LEAGUE STANDING
.vnllhl 3 :
I. A. C 4 :
3. A. C 4 :
Mnrlnes 3 1
Ono tlo game between Marines and
Kullhls, to bo played off at the end of
Upon the streets of Syracuso re
ccntly appeared an nutouuTbilc that
to motorists who saw It was n re
minder of tho early days of motor
cars. It is in fact almost the first
nutomoblli! ever built In Hint city and
Is probably the oldest one remaining
This cur was the fourth put out by
tho II. II. Franklin Manufacturing
Company, and It has been In steady
Fervlcu ever since It was built In 1902.
Its owner has been Herman Cnsler of
Cauastotu, but It has now come into
tho possession of - n now owner,
Arthur Mortis, uml been taken to
Tho seven years during which It
has been In use cover the greater part
of automobile history in this country
as the making of motor cars in num
bers wns begun not much over a de
cade ago. This No. 4 of the Franklin
line was one of thirteen, the output
of the Syrucuse company's first sea
son. It provides for two passengers and
with them aboard climbs hills on the
high gear with less effort than ninny
cars now, made. So little has been
done to alter tho car since it left tho
fnctory that not oven tho mrlglnal
paint has been changed. The engine
has four nlr-cooled cylinders and Is
set-crosswise of the car.
The first Franklin put out Ib now
kept nt the fnctory for exhibition pur
poses. Other early ones aro scattered
about tho country still in service.
Some of them havo been lost sight of
in distant placcH, hut three havo long
been used by physicians in the west
and southwest. No. 8 has been stead
ily driven by Dr. I.u Ilohme of Fort
Worth, Texas, No, 22 by Dr. A. J.
lied ford of Amarlllo, Tcxns, and No.
38 by Dr. 11. A. Hughes or Phoenix,
it St tt
BLOOMING HARD KNOCK
GIVEN TO ENGLISH SPORTS.
P. W. Pet.
alls 3 4 .SOD
Mohan 7 4 .571
Cewalos K 3 .500
"ort Shafler ., C 3 .500
i'alamns C 1 .1U0
a ti a
Near Los Angeles friur motor cars
aro running under conditions which
are declared to present the most ox
remo of tests of the cooling of u
motor. They nre Franklins, driven
by ulr-cooled engines, and nro In the
service of tho U)h Angeles Aqueduct
Tlteso automobiles were secured by
tho company tliioiiKh Hulph C. Ham
lin, 'of Los Angeles nml nro dally at
work In the Mohavo deseit of bouth
era California, often in snuil huh deep
and generally under ti hot huh. That
they steadily do the woik instead of
overheating Is pointed to by tho ad
vocates of tho Franklin system of
nlr-coollng iih tho best evidence pos
slblo of tho correctness of their con
The northern peninsula of Michigan
Is In lino with tho rest of tho country
In tho holding of endurance runs for
automobiles, onn from Isbpemlng to
Michlgnmmu nnd back having been
recently held. In this then) were live
Franklins and two other vurs. Kach
of tho Fuinkllus finished with n per
fect srom; one of their competitors
wns belli up by tiro trouble, and the
other went Into tho ditch.
BULLETIN Ana PAY
Btnnrcy Ketchel, middleweight
clinmplon of the world nnd, pros
pective opponent of Sam Langford
for a Ktinrnntee of $22,500 had n
narrow escape from serious Injury j
Inst week ns Hie result of accepting
nn Invitation front n well meaning I
friend for a short block's spin In nn
As.it Is, Ketchel wns badly bruised
nh6iit the arms, Ills left punch car-
U tun.. - ilrf ritiil Dirn fltnt fin
MCI YKiin BU nilll Mini dui v I
tould not raise It nbove his wnlst.
One of the forefingers on his light
hand wns badly cut and Is In band
nges. The left hand Is badly swol
lent.' Ketchell left the St. Francis Hotel
enrly for n bite of lunch nt ono of
the down-town cafes. He was on
foot nnd hnd reached n point within
n block of the icstmtrant when ho
wns hailed by n friend In nn utttomo-hlle.
J Mump In, Stanley, nnd tnke a
"No, thanks. I'm only going ns
far as (lint restntirnnt. I'll wnlk."
Hut the friend Insisted, nnd llnnlly
Ketchell Jumped Into the front seat
alongside tho driver and nwny they
"I suppose he Knows that I like to
drive fat," said the champion, "and
he tried to show me what he could do
with tits machine. In making, a
quick turn we ran Into a big wagon,
Tho machine stopping so quick under
the brnkes nnd the collision with the
wagon threw me hard against tho
front of tho machine.
"I throw up my nrms like n llnsh
and snved my face, which surely
would hnvo been n sorry looking
sight If I hnd not. I got tho full
force of tho blow on my elbows, nnd
maybe you think this left one Isn't
sore. I enn't raise It. Yes, my
hand Is swollen, too. It was nn nw
ful clout. I cut the finger on the
right hand, too.
"I'm glnd the newspapers didn't
get hold of It. There wns n report
er standing near when the tiling
happened, but I got out of tho way
beforo he realised who It was.
There has been so much talk about
me not bchnvlng myself lately I was
ufrntd they might think I was out
on a 'time.'
"Hut I Wasn't. I hnd Just left tho
hotel ufUr u nap nnd wanted to get
something lo eat. I didn't want to
get into the machine, but my friend
Insisted, nnd I Jumped in. It was
n nnrrqw escape."
That Wlllus Ilrltt's money-getter
mnyMmov lecclvcd n long set-hack ln
Ills ring career was apparent by nil
who saw Ketchell. A broken arm
would have meant n postponement of
nil his piospcctlve battles and re
tirement for (ho icst of the year, at
least, nnd possibly longer.
"I thought It wns bioken when I
woke tip this morning, it was so
painful," said Ketchel, "but the doer
tor tells mo I bruised the elbow bad
ly nnd that It will be In good shape
In a short time.
"1 wnnt to get nwny to the moun
tains ns soon ns we can fix It up.
The sooner the better It will suit
Ketchell said Hint Ilrltt has assur
ances thnt the Langford match for
Ely wns on.
Over 1,000 miles, much of tho way
over desert sands, hnvo Just been
covered by II. V. Hnlcy of San An.
tonlo In n tour In southwestern Texus
in n Franklin motor car. Tho Frank
lilt propelled hy nn air-cooled engine.
As there wns no water to bo hud, even
thnt for drinking being curried, Mr.
Hnlcy believes that nn automobile
with a water-cooled motor would nev
er havo been ablo to penetrate tho
region. Of his experience ho saysf
"This trip consisted of a Journey of
over 1,000 miles, through sand, mud
nml over broken country, through
which, It is my opinion, no water
cooled car could havo followed me.
Tliif weather was extremely hot. unit
there wns absolutely no water on tho
way; wo were compelled to carry our
drinking water In Jugs. Tho perform
ance of the car wns truly wonderful."
For Sale" ojrdl at Bultatln.
LONDON, July 4. English sport
got n black eye everywhere yester
day nnd English nthlctes were de
feated nt cricket, on the cinder path
and nt swimming.
Tho Austiallan cricket team
smashed the English nt Leeds by n
humiliating margin of 12U nuts.
In tho amateur athletic cham
pionship tho Ptlnco of Wales haw
the pick of tho lliitlsh athletes de
feated. Walker, a South African,
won the 100-ymd sprint; Curtmell,
nn Amerlcnn, wns set nnd; nnd Kerr,
n Canadian, thlul, The'Piince saw
Cartmell win tho 220-ymd sprint,
Kerr, Canadian, second. Ilraun, u
German, won tho half mllo rnco; un
other (lerninn, Schlcle, won the
King's cup for swimming.
At the championship games to
mm row England admits tho Amcil
inns will win tho polo ihamplon
ships nt llurllughnm. It is feared
that tho Belgians will cuptuio the
grand challenge cup nt tho Henley
England's defeat at cilcket by
Australia saddens tho country.
Cilcket Is England's national game,
nnd tho English mo asking: "What
Is coming over tho country If tho
colonials heat us at one own gnmo
and foreigners nt other gnmes?"
The Dally Mnlly In nn editorial
this morning prsslmlallca'ly admits
that Englishmen mo losing their
nerve In nil blanches of (ho spmt Mire Ifatfa Wnniliril
The Mnll plaintively sns! ,111103 AdlC "UUllUlU
"We wiuit men who cun keep H41 I"ort Street,
their heads In every Held Without Stamnintr, Embroidery nd No
miilness u man cannot attain the tions, Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
highest uiiik In sport or In the jderwear. Orders taken for all kinds
much moto beiious gamo of war." I of fancy work. Telephone 387, ,
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ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
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Use, do not abuse. Neither abstinence nor
excess renders men happy. Voltaire
The Rev William A. Wasson. a
clergyman of the Episcopal Church, has
written an article entitled "Prohibition,
the Obstacle to Real Reform" which
was published in the August PEAR
SON'S MAGAZINE. Mr. Wasson
thinks it a clergyman's duty to speak
openly against any system which he be
lieves to be a source of immorality and
crime. Some folks say it doesn't "look
right" to be against prohibition. Mr
Wasson believes that no consideration
of mere expediency should deter a cler
gyman from doing his duty. He points
out that the object of the prohibition
law is to lessen liquor drinking and its
effect seems just the opposite. He says
that you cannot legislate virtue into
"If a majority has the right to say to a minority," he also says,
" 'You shall not drink beer',' another majority has the right to say to
' another minority, 'you shall not drink tea.' If such a law were enacted
think what a fearful howl would go up from the camp of the W. C, T.
U. and what an unenviable job the officers of the law would have in
attempting to enforce such a law. 'What, deprive us of our right to
serve tea at our mothers' meetings and parlor sociables! Why, it's an
outrage.' Oh, but, good ladies, we, the majority, made up as you know
cf the better element' have found that tea is very injurious. In fact,
it's a poison. Look at the thousands of women who have gone down to
tea-topers' graves.' As a matter of fact many experienced physicians
believe that tea and coffee cause quite as much trouble in the world as
alcohol. The "temperance" people will retort 'Yes, but there's a wide
difference between beer and tea.' Of course there is, and that is just
why so many people prefer the beer !"
Mr. Wasson's article merits the at
tention of everyone who may be inter
ested in this subject. Read it in August
Keep up your health and strength
by a temperate use of the great food
fiiiPfheJBeer That's J3rewed ,
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUILDING.
King and South Streets,
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