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pongee silks and grass linens. .
The Knniohnmelia Mnnual School
opened on Monday with an entail
ment 'of 106 boys, most ot whom aro
from the other 'Islands. Tho school
Is In a pretty bad condition for its
mllltnry'drlll Just now on account of
the nbsonce of the three company
captains and four ot tho musicians,
leaving only ono bugler to do tho
woil: ut present.
There hnvo been many changes
undo In the battalion ofllccrs.
The school will not have such a
Btrong athletic team nut this year;
ni.no of tho best men will not re
turn. Allen ltoblnson, who wax
'r "y IIH this year's track captain
of tho soccer team, Is not expected
.... ... Ji.nn Mllikita, the, only pitch
er the schodl has nt present, has not
leturncil )ct. With these Import
ant athletes out, thu bo)s who uro at
hchool will have to try their best to
.miike a good showing.
Three now teachers linvo been
added to tho fnculty this )cur. Miss
Ilradley, who halts from Chicago,
Inking position jjs nurse; Mr. J,
llottcndot Is tho new piloting teach
er, and 0. I'nty Is tho new carpen
lloth the shop teachers have been
engaged In business In town.
Captain Winters arrived back' to
tho school Tuesday nftcrnoon from
a two months' trip to tho states. '
Miss M. II. Armstrong, tho Kng
llsh teacher, anil Mrs. A. M. Hrnd
strcot, the school matron, albo enmo
hack from the roast.
Tho boys will not start In drilling
for about a week ct. They will
wear caps this year both In tho pa
rades and at school. Tho boys ex
pect to put up u football team this
There nro n few good players who
hnvo Just como from the llllo Hoard
ing School. Tho lioja wore Borry to
pnd tho campus In a Very dry con
dition when they came back to tho
school, showing greut neglect.
There nro two new cottages being
built for tho two married teachers
at tho .school.
Allen McGowau, tho now Major
this year, Is to bo tho captain of tho
schoorfootball team. -
Joo Knuhi, a star baseball player,
has arrived nt tho school and will
strengthen tho team this coming sea
son. It Is expected that Major Dick Oli
ver will roach tho Kam football team
this year. Tho usual school coath
has given up taking Interest1 In the
hoyB, so "Dick" will ho asked to
train and coach Instead,
tt a u
Tho onc-mllo skating raco nt tho
Princes' rink tomorrow night. Ik at"
trading a lot of attention. Thirteen
laps to tho mllo will havo to Iw, cov
ered, and It Is cxiiectod that, good
llmo will bo put up. Heller, who v. Ill
represent tho fleot, Is a fast mnn, and
Onrnctt of tho Marines will havo to
got up a trcmcndntiB paco to boat him.
Tho Wsst Virginia and Washington
nines will play a ball gnmo nt 10
o'clock on Sunday morning at tho Ath
letic Park. If tho W. V. nlno win out
they will bu champions ot tho Fleet.
Tho second series of tho Rlversldo
I.cng'uo will start up noxt Sunday
when tho Pnlamas will play tho Ko
walos and tho Aulas will hnvo a go nt
the Fort Shnftcrs.
Tho usual course ot lynch law
would have been reversed tin Well
ston, Mo., hail not tho authorities
fought hard to rescue Klorlan Votz,
a whlto contractor, from "300 negroes
who sought to hung him In rovengo
for tho murder ot John Price, a no
gro. Secietary Dickinson of Nashville,
Tcnu,, Intimated that Investigation
of the case ot J, II, Ilaker, charged
with hazing at Wcbt Point, will be
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
First Round Of.
There was a big crowd ot fans nt
tho Athletic f.'rli yesterday to bio
the Penhsylvanla nlno play tho
West Virginia for tho preliminary
lound of the Hongkong cup.
The Pens won out by a score of 2
to 1, after n snappy game that kept
tho fans going nil the time. The
Virginia bunch sec in to bo p1nlng
a lot of! their proper form, and If all
ncrounts of their former prowess nro
correct, there Is something radically
wrong with the tenm.
In tho nrth Inning Kngllsh, tho W.
V. pitcher, injured his hand nnil'hail
o pull out of the game. Schaoffor
was lak.ni off first anil did tho twirl
ing for the rast of the game.
The Pens made ono In their sec
ond and again ono In the fourth,
and after that could not get n man
home. The W. V. nlno in the mean
time scored one In tho sixth, but
could not add to their total, and
the gamo ended 2 to 1.
a a a
Probably It is Just as nll for Stan
Icy Kctchcll that (loveru ir Hughes
put u stop to tho fight gnmo. flam
Langford was pretty sure to havo
licked Stanley nnd then wlwre would
Kctchcll be, when as a defeated man,
ho stood up before Jack Johnson for
the world's championship?
Jack Johnson should 1m vn no tiou
hlo with Kctchcll when tlvjy do moot
in a few weeks' time. 11 will bo an
other caso of a good bl; liijn up
ngaliiBt a good llltlo mnn, ami In this
particular Instance tho lU man will
The stopping of prize flgl.lt In Now
York will bu a Ljjuck to Iwlh tho pugil
ists and followers of tin game! It
will bo a. sad blow to thu light fiuih
and It Is to bo hoped tha: tho prohibi
tion idea will not spread to l lie Cali
AUTO TRAGEDIES CAUSE
WIFE TO SEEK DIVORCE.
Mrs. Orace K, Tyson of New York
City nnd lllvcrsldc, Conn,, has sued
her wealthy husband, John 11. Ty
son, for divorco and alimony In tho
Connecticut courts. She Is a daugh
ter ot the wealthy Dr. A, It. Starr
ot Now York, nnd her murrlugo to
Tyson, who Is heir to millions, was
a social event of Importance a year
ago. Tyson has been, urrestcd many
times for speeding automobiles, and
is now under indictment for man
slaughter following an automobile
accident. Ho was also concerned in
the automobile tragedy two years
ago when Mr, nnd Mrs, Paul McCor
mac were killed, Whllo Tyson and
ho M Common were racing tho
McCormac machine struck u tree,
and hiisbuud nnd wife wcro thrown
185 (dltor)al rooms 256 busi
ness office, These are the telephone
lumber of the Bulletin office.
Major Baseball At
Tomorrow nfternoon nt tho League
grounds the much talked of base
ball gamo between the Diamond
Heads and tho Saints will tnko plaro
Ever) ono who saw the two best
baseball nines In Honolulu piny their
last match nt tho l.eaguo giounds
will surely be on hand to seo the
men nt work.
Tho Saints and Jewels nro tho
best representatives of tho national
gamo In these Islands, and it is a
treat lo watch them nt work. Somo
of tho Juniors who havo gone up
from tho lower ranks nro catching
on lo the finer points of the gamo
in good shape, and It Is to ho re
gictlrd Hint more of them nie not
nl lowed to go up.
The first gnmo tomoirow Is to bo
between tho Kams and n tenm from
the California. This should be n
great go, for the sailors arc good
plajcrs and tho Kams nro In excel
lent for mnt present.
Tho 4dcn of having n series of
three games between the Saints am
Diamond Heads is an excellent one,
and there is no douLl that thu grand
stand will bn crowded tomorrow nft
crnoon with fans nnd people who
hnvo taken In the regntta.
1 John Williams, who pitched such
n great game for the Saints In the
last game .will again do tho twirl
ing for that te.i'ii, and Iouls Koares,
than whom thi.e Is not a better
catcher In Honolulu, will bo at the
I.esio nnd Wlnnc will form tho
Diamond Head battery, and they,
too, will put up n line class of hall.
Should I.eJllo's cyo bo In, somo lino
hitting will he seen when ho goes
up to bat. Tho genial Dob popped a
couple nrei tho fence a week or so
ago thin apprised ovcrybody.
Then mil Hampton Is always to
be idled upon to do something good,
and If ho Is In tho 'game tomorrow
thero will bo Joy all around. Tho
second gnmo tomorrow will start nl
3:30, and by that time tho big Re
gatta crowsVwIII no doubt 'bo on
hand at tho league grounds.
GOLF AT COUNTRY
Country Club members will crowd
out to tho links tomorrow na It will
bo a holiday, and tho wenlhur prom
ises to bu. good. An automobile will
meet tho electric cars between the
hours or 9:30 and 11:30 In tho morn
ing, 'and it will also bo there from 3:30
A siicclal lunch tins been arranged
for, and hungry golfers can havo a
good time at midday and then contlnuo
their rounds. Tho semi-finals of thb
Mclncruy cup will bo played on be
tween Olffard and Campbell, and Mini
roo and Olll.
Tiio Country Club has been visited u
lot by the strangers In town, unit .ill
unlto In saying that (ho slto Is ,iu Ideal
cno-and that tho links nro as fl.io ,r
evor thoy'havo seen.
On October 3 play for thu Mano.i
cup will start and n 'big entry Hal is
expected for it.
Fourteen Chinese gnmblers were
up before Judge Amlrnilo this morn
ing and woro each fined J5 and
Jack, a Fijian, was fined $13 for
being drunk and allowing n police
man to seo that he was. Jack has
been In these Islands .for somo years
and pii) s his respect to Judgo An
drndo overy now nnd again.
Ie Kong Wal, who Is charged
with nssault and battery, had lib)
case sent ovor to September 22,
Wong Pung lice, who wus also mix
ed up In nn affray, had his caso con
tinued till September 20,
Jnmos Hr)co, llrltlsh ambassador,
had a conference with Premier I.au
ler of Canmla nt Ottawa on tho
Payne tariff bill nnd Ha effects on
Fine Races For
(Continued (torn Prco
ery confident Hint the can ne
lount for Hie Ileal. tiiK there Is iiilto
inougli doubt about the matter tu
make the race n ory open one.
When tho Senior pair-oar cr"vn
get Into their boats -all will bo ex
citement for n while. I'ndekln nii'l
l.ylc will go up against t'arl 01 nnd
l)l"k Sullivan, and a voo pictl."
inre should eventuate.
The Junior pilr-uir eent should
he a er) c!o-e one, I cm; both crowd
alp In tho bcit of eondlllou nnd hnv
tinlm.l faithfully for the rate
The canoe events should be most
Intcrcstliig.-'nr.'l a largo iiuiiiIit '
ontile.c h.ie been reielvrd for tl'ii
nld-st)lo nnd modern tniioo rncoj.
The sailing races for canoes will
lend nn Interesting look to tho pto
ginm and will convince visitors that
they nro really in a seml-troplcnl
Tho following entries hnvo been
Senior slx-oar, Myrtle Hunt Club
II. Williams, bow; P. Smith, No. 2;
Hob Chllllngworth, No. .1; C. I'nde
kln, No. I; Jnek O'llilen, No. f,;
Hill l.ylr, stroke; 1,. Hough, cox.
freshmen six oar- Myrtle H.
Hall, bow; Krunk McKenzle, No. 2;
Harry (iorinan, No. .1; J. .Mar.iul.iy,
No. 4; 11 MeDoug.ill. No. "; , .Mlko
Center, stiokn; I.. Hough, tox.
Senior palr-iuis .Myrtle Hunt
Junior pair-oars Myrtle lloit '
Sailing Canoes (rtld R'-ylc) l.cl
Mllma, l.cl Alohn Club; Knmaokalnnl,
I A. C. Wall; Alabama. A. M. Ilrown;
Unknown; Outrigger Club; Kalei, K.
Sailing Canoci (modern) (loud
Time, l.el Aloha Club; llanrco, Da
vid Kama; Ko Huluomniiu, Tom
Kcolnnul; llaalinianii.. Tom Keo
l.iuul; K.iini'hninehn, K. A. C ; llo
ku Kiiliiniii'i, K. A ('.; KeoKalanl, K.
A. O.; I'allkea, K. A. C; l.cl Ubuii,
K. A. C.
SK- addle Cnnoe (old style)
Itiilim Kiilnnl. A C. Wall; l.o lllm.i,
l.ii Aloha Cluli; An. Outrigger Club;
Kalel, K A C . Nlliul.inl. If. A. O.
Four-paddle I'auou (mcslern) -
Cood Time. Ltd Aloha Club; Opae.
Outrigger Club; Miilkai Fine, If. A.
C; l.analdla, K. A, C.
Four-iMddle Canoe (Old Stjle)-'
l.el lllma, l.i' I Aloha Club; Kalmoo
kalaul, A. C. Wall; Flying Klsli, W.
F. Dlllliigham. As, Outrigger Club;
Kalel. If. A. C.i Nlaulaul. If. A. O.
Four-paddle Canoe (Women)
Oood Time.' l.el Alulia Club.
Ilealanl Senior Crew It. Sumner,
bow; It. Fuller, No. 2; II. Itose. No.
3; M. ItohliiKon, No. 1; Knmaknu.
No. fi; J. If. Clarke, btioko; II, Clink,
Ilealanl Freshmen 1,, Cunlia.
how; Chns. Ilrown, No. 2; D. Kuva
inol'tt, No. .'I; l.ota, No. I; Kill
James. No. r; J. MiCuiidlcst, stroke;
C. A Ofs, cox.
Junior 1'nlr-o.ir, Ilealanl MtCan
dless and Lota. Myrtlo J. O'lli'ku
and M, Center.
All thu ships of tho Hoot will start
crows In tho Service rutter race, but
in the Itarlng Cutter uvent tho Mary.
Innd will not bo rcprcscuti-d a a their
nuw oars hinu not arrived,
Tho first Naval ruco will start nt'S
o'clock nnd will bo from thu bell buoy
to tho finishing lino at tho fool of Fort
Etreet. It will bo n twelvo-o.ired liar
Ing Cutter ovent. Tho raco for Ser
vice Cutters will start about nn hour
afterwards nnd will, ho over the s.'imu
M M M
JUNIORS TO PLAY
On Sunday nt the Athletic Park n
picked team of Juniors will play.u
picked nlno fiom nil thu licet. It
should bo possible, after Suuday'4
game, to nrilvu at a proper otlmatu
of tho renl strength of tho Juniors,
who overy Sunday put up mull ex
citing games at tho park.
People who go to tho Park evory
Sunday nro apt to Imagine that tho
Juniors nro much better than they
really aie. Tho teaniH have phi)cil
mi often, against one' another that
they know each Individual pla)cr's
st)lo like one boxer doea nnotlier'4
lifter incline Hui s.iino man hev
Tim consequence Is t tint tho Jun
iors seemingly put up a much heller
brand of ball than they really do,
Still, they will make tho fleet nlno
play up to their best tnrin to win,
mid the sttuggle will bu n very Inter
esting one. Tho only thing which
Is doubtful Is that thu men will not
have much e.hiinco uf practicing 'to
gether, mid Hint will make a lot ot
difference In their piny. However,
It will bo tho sapm for thu other
bunch, us they will also bo picked
from tho different ships uml will nut
havo pln)ed together bcroro.
Thu lit nt giuml on Sunday will bu
between thu Kallhls and tho Ma
rines, nnd It should bn u very excit
ing ono. TJiu team played a drawn
somo weeks ago, nnd tho tjo
lms lo bu seltled on Sunday,
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