Newspaper Page Text
BVKNINQ tlULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!.. TUESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1909.
wwMAHAikAMMiAmMwtAnnA i 1 -- - mnrvirinrinnririruvmririjiririnnnmr;
Whitney & Marsh,
Arrived by "Hilonian"
Local and National
A X,argve Consignment, of the
Chain and Belt Brive.
Call and See Them
Most people ?re
prone to put oft making
It will take only ten
minutes of your time
and cost you no hint to
have your will drawn by
us in proper Ieal form.
r.ishop Trust Co.,
Bethel Street. ,
A new shipment of
Chinese Silk and Grass Linen
Just arrived from China in suit patterns nnd shirt ,
. Table Covers and Doilies
In all sizes.
New heavy and light pongee silks and crass linens.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sts.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
WING -ON CH0NG
Bring voar pictures in anil we'll
design a frarce to your satisfaction.
Bethel. Opp. the .Empire.
Po. 0. Bov. 771.
U ', BOSTON RESTAUF.AN1'.
s. UUUU MiiAiiS X'Uil ZO UtlUS.
.' HEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
s Hotel Street, near Fort.
5m. ' T We want to sec all our old cus-
l'.v 1 tnmpra rnmn !iarV
Defy fire and cracksmen.with
Small, medium and large
BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Ty Cobb A'lcged ;Propcs:d Program
To Be Dangerous i For Service Meet
-- i ,
Open n Saving Account. Interest
' i; Foar and Onchalf Ter Cent.
!.T BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
Capital and Surphs 81,000.000,00.
C 0. YEE HOP & CO.
Freight from the wharves and do all
kinds of heavy draving. For un
usually heavy hauling we have a
traction engine which may be en
gaged at any time.
Be sure to j;ct our prices.
SHIPPERS mid FAMILY
Honolulu Construction & Drayinjjj Co.,
Ofllce Fort St. Opp. W. O. Irwin & Co. Phone 2S1.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
As announced by a cnlitc in (ho
II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n est it ilny, Colili was
put out of the game fur spiking Hai
ry. The following clippings from
the coast files show Unit Cobb lins
intiler n penchant for that 111 nil of
II'm lucky for Tyina Cobb thnt ho
In an otitflclilcr. If lie' were not Ii?
would be In the hospital, says thr,
St. Louis Star. '
Tno "Georgia Peach" has put
more basemen out of business with
hla spikes than nny man in basic
ball. Ty'n Instruments of torturo cost
Cleveland n ponnant when lie cut
down Hill Hrodley. Third llaecman
linker of the Athletics Ih his latest
tlellm. . -.t
If Pittsburg wins the flax, maybe
Cobb'll cut down Hobby llyrnc.
It seems peculiar that Mister Cobb
docs not go Into men like Klbcrflold.
Wllllunis, livers. Tinker nnd Stom
feld. Nor did he take nny chances
with (leorgo Morlarity when tho
latter wns with New York.
Oyer., Oycz! llan Johnson! Put
Ty Cobb on the bases.
Then let the plajcrs of other clubs
operate on him.
Mete out to him the punishment
he lias been handing others.
"Ty" Cobb was born in Georgia
nnd early decided to bo n semi-pro
fessional ball player. The differ
ence between a professional nnd a
scml-piofcsslonul Is that tho former
has n staled salary nnd always gets
It, wllo'tl'ie latter takes what ho
can when he can gel it.
Young Cobb walked six miles In
the hot sun to play his first "money"
game. When the lecelpts had been
counted Cobb's shaio was H.fi. lie
walked six miles to his home, arid
on his way decided thnt there was
a future l piofcssloniil baseball.
ino inuncsion team secured mm.
He was a,' wild, erratic youngster,
who could bat llko u demon, but
never know when to, stop running
bases. It is Just ns Important to
Know when to slop ruunlug as it Is
to know 'when to begin. Ho gained
the reputation of n crazy baso run
ner, nnd Charleston sold htm to
Augusta for $ I Ti 0 and wns glad to
get tho money.
Augusta tiled hi mand found the
same fault. lie could hit, but ho
was wild, and discipline Irked him.
Ho was n fliebrand on tho team, nnd
he would fight on tho team or off.
Ty won and lobt several bntllcB with
the Augusta plajeis nnd then tho
management sold hjm to Dctiolt for
xiuu me greatest Dai gain in the
history of the game.
In Dctiolt young Mr. Cobb, tho
firebrand, found men who made
baseball a study. It was a slugging
team, but mixed with the hitting
was the judgment which wins
gamo. The players took u hand In
taming that hot Southern blood.
They nigued with him, but as Ty
would rather fight than argue, most
of tho debutes ended on the floor of
tile dressing loom. Those cool, sen
fconcd veterans of tho Tlser team
know that In Cobb they had a phe
nomenon, so they went ut him meth
odically, literally ''licking him Into
shape. Some of them fought him
more than one. Bvcn to this day
Mclntyie plays left field ami Cobb
light fleM, because it Is necessary
to keep these two stats ns far apart
Cobb hns lost' most of his rough
edges. He has gone out of tho
lough-and-lumble business; ho sheds
no moiu blood in defense of his prin
ciples. He Is as fast ns H thundeibolt on
the Unco, nnd tho most dnilng man
on a bllde that baseball hns seen in
many a day.
II tl tl
A meeting or tho Chinese Athletic
Club will be held on Friday evening,
September 24th ut 7:30 o'clock In
tho Cliiicfo Y. M. C. A. building.
Iliislness of Importance will be tians
acted nnd all members nro urgently
icquestod to bo picsent,
tt If ti
I'"i ankle Nell, cx-chnmplon bantam
weight boxer of tho world, put PatBy
MiKeuna of Chicago away In ono
minute mid forty seconds of the Mist
lounrt of their scheduled fifteen
leund bout ut North Vancouver on
S:itomher 11. MoIConnu rnrrtct! tho
I fight to Nell, and the latter Just
j w ilted for an opening. t samo
I when McKeniia attempted a left
id irt Nell Iviit him to II, and, with
a 'en bodv tip, Ihu nx-chnuiploii put
. McKonnii to the floor, and ho was
Now that tho Army und Nrtv
track meet for Thanksgiving Day
Is being lined up In lino style. In
terest lit the event Is being worked
up to n great etxent. The Idea ot
n proper track meet for the seilvco
originated In the head of (Irnhnm
of the weekly paper "Service," and
It was eagerly taken up by tho olll
ccrs of the different branches of
Llcu'cnnnt Kllgorc of the Marines
J Is very keen on the proposition, nnd
ins Biiggojuon ns 10 a program in
cludes the following events: 100,
220, 210, 880, half mile, one mile
und live miles runs. Hurdlo races
over 120 and 220 yards also nre pro
posed, and then tho polo vault, high
Jump, biond Jump, relay race, shot
put, hammer throwlug nnd wall scal
ing will also bo on the program.
The ubovo program would bo an
Ideal one. but It Is only suggested
I so as tc Invito Army and Navy men
! to give their Ideas on tho subject.
I Tho genial sport, A. K. Vlerro, is
Igicatly in favor ot the scheme, and
)ls doing his best to boom the track
I meet. A. K. Is nlwojs on the look
'out to nsslrt In any sporting event,
and ns he Is acquainted with n lot
of o!Kcers ho will bo able to preach
the gospel ot n track meet to all and
Thanksgiving Day will bo n'good
day for the meet, as everybody will
be able to attend. Lieutenant Kit
goto Is now getting his boys Into
form, and is arranging for running
shoes nnd costumes tor them.
The Marines nro foitumito In hav
ing a fine training ground, nnd thoy
will at once start In to hard work In
outer to fit themselves for the great
day. The Fort Shatter, Lellchun,
Engineers nnd Artillery officers nro
requested to get In touch with Lieu
tenant Kllgorc nnd arrange for a
meeting, when officials enn bo elect
ed nnd a start mado on tho program,
Tho ground has also to bo select
ed, nnd that will bo nn Important
matter; some favor tho Athletic
Park and others tho League grounds,
but nothing definite Is settled so
11 It H
Marines To Play
On Thursday at tho Athletic Parle
the U. S. S. Colorado baseball nlno
will piny the Marines, nnd a really
good gamo should be pulled off. Tho
game will start nt 3 o'clock and a
big crowd Is sure to bo In attend
ance. Tho vnl'nrs have been practicing u
lot lately, und wcic out nt tho
League cioumU yesterday and had
a hit or two. Tho Colorado boys
mo showing fine form and Bhould
give tho Marines a tight go for tin
Tomorrow afternoon pddle Kor
r.nndez will try to get a team to
gether to havo n gamo with tho sail
ors nnd play will start about 4
o'clock, If the match 1b coming oft,
Great Ball When
Saints Play CXhuans
When tho chnllengo of tne St.
I.ouli nine, to tho pick of tho Oahu
League wns publshed In the Hull e
1 1 n j esterduy it caused a lot of ex
citement, and the funs at once be
gan to consider tho pros and cons
of tho situation.
I loth tennis have their support
CIS, and tho game will cnuso more
llvalry than any match that has
been played in Honolulu for many a
long day. Tho Saints aro, on present
form, the best team In tho Illg
League, and thoy are putting up n
great brand of ball every Saturday.
They know tho finer points4 oftho
gamo a llttlo better than the Jun
iors, nnd Williams nnd Sonres are
veiy heady players, who know how
to hold n team together.
On tho other hand, tho Oahu
League has n big lot of men to
choojo fiom, mill n very stiong nine
can bo made u'p. If thoy only get
n llttlo pracllco together boforo they
play the Saints, n good gamo should
Tho question of tho quality of
ball plnjt"! by tho Oahu League, as
compared with the Honolulu Leuguo,
lb a vocd matter, mid ninny have
I'en t1i iiigumeiitB between tho
jupij'iiU'is of tliu two leagues. Tuo
fiumlny fanu cannot sco whoro the
Saturdny bunch comes in, and tho
Honolulu Loaguu men won't concede
We have just unpacked quite an assort
ment of l
IRISH POPLIN, a handsome, mercer
ized fabric in solid colors, 28 in.
wide, - - 35c yd Z
FRENCH LINEN, soft finished, all
pure linen, in all desirable shades,
47 in. wide, - $1 yd
EMBROIDERED PIQUES, a French
material, white ground with small
colored designs j very pretty for
children's coats, etc.
PURE LINEN DUCK, in natural
color, 36 in. wide, 75Cyd
FLOWERED ORGANDY,' quite
sheer, white ground "with floral
designs and silk stripe, 27 in.
wide, - - . 25c
Also many other styles of fancy goods,
and a full line of
Nainsooks. Wash Chiffon, '
On Sunday next tho long-tnlkcd-of
baseball game between tno Knit
his and Marines will bo played.
These teams played a tie some weeks
ago and ever slnco then the funs
have been waiting anxiously to sea
the nines play It off.
Tho Athletic Park is sure to bo
crowded on Sunday, for, besides Urn
nbovo game, another lino stunt will
be when the J. A. C.s go up ngnlnst
the U. S. S. Tennessee, which team
last Sundny defeated tho C. A. C.s
The Japanese team reckon tnat they
can do what tho Chinese failed to'
do, und there, will surely be a hugo
crowd on hand to' seo them attempt
to niako tho trick.
The Tennessee nine put up a
grand brand of ball, and It will take
the J'. A. C.s all their lives to hand
tho lemon to tho sailors. The gamo
last Sunday went ten Innings bo
fore tho Jackies won, and then tho
score was only 3 to 2.
There is a chance of the Diamond
Heads playing tho champion nino
of the fleet next Satuidny, and such
n gamo should Blmply pack the Park
or LeiiK'ii giounds. Tho West Vir
ginia team Is tho champion of the
Fleet, and a meeting between tho
Jailors und the Jewels should bo
worth going miles on hands and
knees to see.
As soon as the ships return tin
mater will be taken up, and the
probabilities aro that the game wlU
be played for sine. "
There will be some fine ball played
from now'on till tho men-of-war
feavo for tho cast, and when tho
Jackies pluy tho landsmen there
will be something doing lu the wuy
ot rooting that will astonish the
local followers of the gamo.
Local and Coast
Things nro booming nt tho vim
Hamm-Young gniage, and Mr.
Ilodgo Is up to his eyes In repair
work. Mr. von Hnmm went to tho
(oast on tho Mongolia, and IntcmM
visiting all tho factories possible,
i and will take notice of nil tho lat
est Ideas in automobllo building.
I Mr. Harvey shipped his Mollno
cur to tho mainland on tho Mon
gol la; the party did a lot of tour
ing on Oahu in tho muchlno.
Harry Murray Is still waiting for
tho Hudfcon Twenty demonstrating
car, and? also the Chatmers-Detiolt,
which will probably nrilvu In a
couple of weeks.
Ann Odelln Diss do liar, notoilous
spiritualist swindler, who nporated
In Chicago u few years ago under
tho nanio of Very P. Ava, was dis
covered In Now York under nn as
sumed namo as ono of the teachers
In the "school ot tho Mahatmns."
She has disappeared.
At the Hhlems niishlp races in
Franco Mrs. George Oould lost n
handbag containing JO, 000 In money
and Jewelry. It was picked up
when she left her box in the grnnd
stand to go upon tho field.
it m m ti st ti it tt tt s: it ii ii n n is it tt
the Pntk pl.iycrB n chance against
A "ycllst and nn automobile como
into collision yesterday afternoon at '
tho corner of Alup.il and King
streets. Tlio automobile lilt tho
hind wheel ot tho bicycle nnd tho
rider took a header. No damage
was done to the cyclist beyond a
snatching. Tho cur was going dead
tt tt tt
Dr. Hand of the Y. M. C. A. ban
published a llttlo booklet called
"Straight Tips," and It Is sure tho
con cot dope as regards young mid
middle-aged men getting fit mid
well Tno rending matter la gotten
up in attractive form and bomo ot
thoBayings are as quaint ns thoso
of tho famous "Hilly llaxtcr."
Tho object of the booklet Is to at
tract young men to tho Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium, nnd to gradually cntlio
them Into going In for physical excr
clb03 thnt will benefit thorn it lot.
Tho advantages of tho Y. M. C. A",
aro plainly stated, and, Judging from
tho number of fnvorahlo comments
wnlch were mado on tho booklet yes
terday n largo number of mon Intoiul
Joining the ussoclullon In tno near
On Thursday evening next tho so
cial year of tho Y. M. C. A. will
upon, nnd great preparations havi
been mado for tho ovent, Sonio lino
stunts mo to bo brought off, nnd tho
tcfrcshmonts aro going to be the
best over. A big crowd Is btno to
roll up on Thursday night, nnd tho
lucky ones that get In will mitcly
have the time ot their lives.
i 111 I trtltmiu rnrrsL)rt