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FEBRUARY 17, 18 AND 19
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DRAMATIC, MUSICAL AND ATHLETIC PROGRAM
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Geary Street, shore Union Squire
Jul oppoilu Hotel St. hands
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Sttel and brick structure, furnish,
lngl cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and rstill district Oncar lines trans
ferring allorerclty. Omnibus meet '
all trains and steamer. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized at
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address, "TrawetJ." ABC Code.
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Special attention to Honolulu trade,
Without bath $1.50 ner da? no
With bath ......... 2.00perdayup
Meals table d' note or a la carte
Management of Gm 0, Lara.
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G8AST BOYS PLAY
"."HEAL GOOD BALL
VISITOBS SHOW THEIR CLASS. LY
sOP lilTO 3r-FAIK-SIZED CBOWD WATCH OAME ST. LOUIS
Yesterday nftcrnoon on tho Boys'
Field the 'Kumehnmcha nine went
down In defeat to the much traveled
Columbia Days by a score ( 11 to 3.
And nt thatjlt was tho second team of
the mnlnlanders that did the trick. .
There was only a falr-slred crowd
present and .tho game was too one
plilcd to bo of much Interest. Tho vis
Horn outplayed tho local lads and that
waa nil thcro was about It.
Itlght from tho start tho Coast boys
began scoring, nnd they scored In six
innings out of the nlno. Tho Kams
managed to get two men home in tho,
third nnd again one In tho eighth. That
was all they could do against, tho good
work of tho Coast boys.
Tho visitors show signs ot careful
coaching,' nnd it tho first nine Is 'an
much bettor than tlio second, an Is re
ported, than the combined school team
will havo a hard task to tncklo when
they meet them.
In Kerrigan nnd Closer tho Colum
bia boys have a strong battery and tho
fino llttlo pitcher, Kerrigan, la cer
tainty a heady player. It was a treat
to watch theso two lioys at 'work arid
tho difference between them nnd tho
Honolulu boys was as that between
any local team and Moachs All-Star
Wclrat' first nnd Peterson at second
wore thero with, tho goods and Peter
son especially ijld good work. In fact
all the tourists' played Rood ball and
they deserved their victory.
Tho Kams woro evidently without
practice land altliough their pitcher,
Mlllkaa did fairly good work at tho
start ho soon lost control nnd was
hit nil 'over thovpfaco.
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UKaarw.niie.iwBanBn.y.aHowUuiwo1baU. nlftB-fe0lVd Uiut &n March 0
men to havo freo transportation. hg team wouM b on, t ,ad t0
Tho ylsltor.aoodet Joshing nnd p!njr tho 'Ouards. ' '
aomotjr, tho remarks handed 'out were, Now tnorc w, be Bomethlng do.
vory amusing. Henry ChllllngwortH ln for Bure nllll tlie Gunrds uro
was.umplro and on one occasion .when , t0 ove that U ro a,
ho-itaveacommblaboyoutat:second,lai th enn, Bergcant Btatog( on
a bo shouted from tho bench: i ,Ma , occaslon.
tiTmJV '.Wan, IJi. V 5 .3 And V'lcn th nonies of the Guard
his initials- in 1.8 bag? "Kiddo" Is , ar ,h fct th f t"b0.
ono of Yho most, accomplished kickers domca apparent t,mt Barry has a
in the group, nml It was something A bunth f bBlMo8ier, on an(1
now for.hlm to tako a joth lnstcad-jfur the unJon(; of ,ho UU(itlw boys.
of handing ono out. Johnnie Williams .and Louie Soar'es,
However, HOnry umpired tho game h b t
In boo, style, and ho was tho right h h '
fellow for the job. There is not much a ciever
iLta?.i,i i! lh.rM. Soares. Williams, Hushnell, Butler.
!. S ,1 1ZZJ, i ,ul hlV Sue. Henry Cnllllngworth, Town-
his lino or dopo Is uniquo in Its way.J.. .,i,-. , ., c. ... ' m.
"What, do you want mo to do Boss?" I0"11' frel"' ,Lo"!on' Sum"cr' nl"'
one kid-Inquired b ho picked up W.,"d.a !upto of othora ar0 ft,B0nv"-
l.t Kiln IN,. .. nnl.li.' .In nn... aU'-
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thing right If jou tried," replied tho
magnate. Tho kid only grinned tho
wonted signal yo8 .hidden in the harsh
sounding words and toon, the young
ster was bringing homo a man on a
Tho Boy's Flold, Is. not exactly tho
titnrl nt ilii-n thnf n mtif-n -IrnvAln.l
bunch of tourists would expect to soo
in Honolulu. After playing on somo
of tho lmlt-nillllon-dollar grounds in
tho Antlpofles,! tiiu yourrgsto'rs must
havo thought yesterday's field about
tho limit. Although every effort was
made to clear up tho, ground and fll
In the holes the work wis done tob're1
cently and tho consequence: was that
thoro wcro small 'mounds bf oarth all
over tho placo and the players had to
;i J thom ,t,n rnnn nir '
Among thb spectators woro.two truly
Australian visitors, two kangaroos a'
bars of a cago at the American gamo WLmatch Is looked forward to. On
In which they both take tho greatest 'Monday N " and Fyok On, will meet
Interest. Over on tho quarantlno at c of lock, and Ingalls. and Lau
grounds the 'roos havo beon rootlng,Lone w"l try conclusions at 7:30.
fn- (h Amorlnnn hov fnr Ihn niwt ' 0 HlGh School championship
two weeks. In fact tho lady of (ho'
pair met with a.bacraccldent last week
.. . . . ..' .? .. . al
through her 'enthusiasm, for tho game,
It appears' that tho 'rdo wandered ur P'onBhlp of. tho Y.M. C. A. A beau
close to tho diamond, and was set upon tlful CUP Ses to ,ho wluher of thq
by'two dogs, who 'aftentheir got ovorinnnuaK cvcut- nnd the trophy , Is
their fright at tho apparatlou. tackled lmUchl Prllod V tno 'nai wno nolas
the stranger and. nearly killed, her.!11 for theyean ,
Ttnn-nvrr ntt AnHnntleang Will bn clad I
to hear that their friend Is woll on tho
way to rccovdry now.
Ab to the game tlie story is easily
told, nosenthai romped homo ln tho
first; Waymlro nnd Qlasser- scored In
tho second; Waymlro' repeated
trick In the fourth and thert In tho Paratlons are being ruado tbday- for
Bovonlh, and eighth thcro was a regular tlle launchlnB of a woman g. party,
raftof run's scored, no less than three' According to word from Boston
runs being made'ln each inning. Naglo, Mrs- Marilla M. nickor, an 'attorney
Burke.Cavenoytlolne tho trick In tho "as written from California whero
Boventh," and' repenting tho net In tho "h6 ls sojourning tbnt, she will nC
noxt Inalng."' Mlllkaa was up In tho cept a nomination for governor. Mrsi
air, and no less ithnn three men woro Kicker who la said to bo the nrst in
forced homo amid tho greatest excite- u' United States who, attempted to
mont, nmf the game endod. cat vote will bo supported strong-
Thls afternoon tho Columbia Boys 'y by the.Buffragottes and the prohl
flrst nlno will play the St. Louis team, b'tlon clement. T
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DEFEATING KAMS BY SCORE
and a great game Is anticipate!!. The
Saints arc a fino lot of players and
the visitors will have to buck up in
order to win. But tho best match of
tho lot will bo tho go against tho Ha
waii AH SchoolaNlno and if tho vis
itors call defeat" that bunch on Mon
day then everybody will have to admit
that the Columbia Hoys are too good
for tho Honolulu youths at baseball.
Tho llncurs In yesterday's games and
official score" aro as follows!.
Park boys Itoscnthnl, rf.r Peter
son, 2b.; Nngel, cf.; Burke, If.; Cave
ney, es.; Way nitre, 3b.; Weir, lb.!'
Qlaser, c; Kerrigan, p.
Knmehameha-'McOowan, lb'.; Opu
mil, 2b.; Noah, fb.; Hoaca, 3b,; Mlll
kaa, p;; Lujan, c; Poepoe, If,; Kall.i
cf.'; Kauhl, rf.
Two-base hits Nagcl, Cavcney and
Kerrigan. Struck out By Kerrigan.
C; by Mlllkaa. 7. Bases on balls Ml
llkaa, 9; Kerrigan, 2. Hit by pitcher
Tho game by Innings:
Kams -.i 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 103
Park Boys ....12011033 011
mm win i'lSHiiiu
Sergeant Barry Gets Answer From
Schofield Barracks Game to Be
on March 6.
Sergeant Barry of the N. O. II. Is
ItnniuMintif fftr vnatArdnv Ito PAfnlvnil
n ,otter from Lellehun In which tho
manager oLtho Fighting. Fifth base
tl tt tl
f. 1. (. 1. BHl IS
mMi i step
- 'EvaiUi of the Seniors Defeats Cush-
ingham of the Students by Score
of 48 to 26,
Y. M. C. A. IUNDBALL
Last night at tho Y. M., C. A. the
handball tournament was continued
nnd Cushngham met and was de
feated by Evans, who handed him a
i10 of " ta 2G' u wns a Eopd
Bame at tn? Btar but ilie, 8eu or
iPlaycr was too strong for tho stu-
This afternoon Pang and Bunn
will play their game, nnd another
wlu bJ slartei1 .n March 7 and1 tuo
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will lin 'nitmlHnfl In IhA Rnnlnr rlim
will bo admitted to the senior chain-
.WOMAN HOPES TO
RUN FOR GOVERNOR
DOVER, N. k, Feb. 7. Womon
will enter tho nnnroachlnc truberna-
ttin'torIal campaign In this stnto onu pro-
GOOD RACES WILL
First Event at Ten o'clock Shell, i
Pair.Oar and Barge Races Will
Bo Rowed Big Crowd Ex
pected. Tomorrow morning tho boat racoj
between fha Healanls and Myrtles will
start at 10 o'clock charp, and it goo3
without saying -Hint a big crowd will
roll up at tho two club homes to
watch tho events.
It was arranged at first to have tho
races In tho nftcrnoon but, nrtcr much
deliberation, It wna decided to havo
tho events In tho morning as tho water
Is generally dead calm then and tho
crews cau 'do better work. All . the
mcn'riru' on tiptoo with cxcltomcnt,
nnd three very close and exciting
races aro anticipated. Tlio Ehclli
bargo and pnlr-oar uvents should bo
really good, and It will not bo, an easy
matter to pick the winners. The Ilea
lanl boj-B will shuw up better than
they hao fur a long tlnio p.itt, nnA
It will bo mainly owing to tho efforts
Of Lloyd Conkllng' and "W. liellbron',
who havo boosted the rowing along In
Tho shell raco will finish about op
posite tho Myrtle clubhouse, nnd tho
barge nnd pair oar ln front of tho Hoa
tant quarters near the Naval docks;
At either , point the spectator can sco
the taccs and nil aro invited to pay a
visit to tho hoepttablo boat clubs.
James and Llghtfoot' will represent
tho Healanls ln th palroqn.and they
will mako tho Myrtlo men, extend
thcmsulvcs. Tlio bargs race, which
was originally meant Jo bj a "Straw
berry" ocnt, has uecrii changed some
what nud will now be moroMn tho na
turo of a Senior affair,
Tho shell crew which, "will repre
sent tho' Healanls Is as 'follows: C.
Brown. B. Hollbron, W. Cameron nndCnanKc'' Program, Monday,' Wod
j. Cunhru Tho shell crowB had a raco I
yestorday afternoon Just as a try oat
ot como sort and tho tusslo endod In'
almost .a dead heat.
Given n fino day tomorrow tho scono
on tho harbor will remind everybody
of a regular regatta day and tho raco.i
should bo just as exciting nnd good.
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DOTS AND DASHES FROM
Tho Ilne-up3 nt tho St. Louis and
Columbia Boyg nines for today's gamo
ire ns follows:
fit. Louis William Espinda' (cap
tain), p.; Fred Markham. c; August
Breler, lb:; Anthony Franco. 2b.;
Alex. Asam,3b.; Jcnlto, bb.; William
Hoopli, rf.; Yco Chi, cf.'; Tom Xavier,
Columbia Fark Muhclm, p.; Iln
phaol, c.: dasor lb.; Cac.ney, 2b.-;
Prang, 3b.; Nagel, ss.j Burko, If.;
Wlhr, cf,; Waymlro, rf. i
The Marino team for tho tug-of-war
has boon selected and tho following
huskies will 'tang on to tho rope) Car
ter, anchor; Akakavago (this may bo
a Jonh), nailer;" Davis, Nollson. Cor
rcy, Yra (probably another Joali), nnd
Plum-no; l'lonibun.. Llcutonnnt Kll
goro Is manager and Serg6nut Kcoahan
Is training tlio bunch, for tho groat
Chn Bui. Espinda, Drolcr, Franco,
Markham: Chllllngworth, nice. Desha
and McKcnzio will rcprosent tho All
Schno's ngalnst thb Columbia' boys
on Monday nftcrnoon next.
Hoogi) and nichards. as cxnectod.
won nut In tho finals .of tho Punahou
tennis tournament, inn pair' were ton
strong lor Hitchcock and Humphreys.
On Monday night the Coast. boyg arid
tho Fort, Shnftcr basketball teama will
moot ln n, friendly' gamo.
WE ARE ALL POORER NOW.
There'i Mere Cash, But Per Capita Is
Lees. Why? More' People.
WASHINOTOri. Feb. 4. On tho
basis ot an equal distribution of tho
nionoy In circulation ln tho Unltcl
States on February lBt, a porson
would' havo IS cents lesi thin hn or
fho had a year ago. Tlio circulation
per capita on tho 1st Inst, wns $31.82
A year ngo It was 535. Both popula
tion and money In circulation havo in-
rronscd during tho. yoar, February 1,
1009. tljo circulation aggregated $3.
091,312.640; three days ago It amount
ed to 13,125,550,720.
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Returning from a Two Years' En
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Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, $1 per dny
$10 and1 upwards per month. Splen
did accommodations. (
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"The Finest Bathing on lie Beach."
Meals At All1 Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS.' AND CIGARS.
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' CALL' AT '
Orpheqin Saloon. .
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Meet .your friends there, and "joy
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Hotel Street near Fort. '
Wine and Liquor Dealers
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Lorce House and Lot, about
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56C0 Four-room Houte3nnd small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sower connection. Very
$250 Several high Building Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
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Waity Building. 74 S. King St,
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