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COUNTRY CLUB' EN J" '
FETE THIS EVENING
MANY NOVEL STUNTS
TO BE PULLED OFF
Freak Tournament This Afternoon
Amateur Show and Card
Games Good Sineine and
This evening nt the Cntmtry Clnli tho
great 'Hooiter" dinner will lie given
und olio of thu liest stunts that ever
hafts been pnllcil oft nt the club Is ex.
Iiectfd to occur. The lue-.t originated
in the brnln or Jlinmle Dougherty nnd
ailliuuf.li iiv in ui I'linviib iiiiimiih
nrotmd on crutches lie will be tho leailjl
Ins Hglt In the affair
Fair this nftertioon
Tim funnlf Inilmnmnnl tm 111 hn tiol 1
during the afternoon and some good
llil .111 lie RUIU'D UU. (II 1IIU I' A
golfers and their friends will sit !own
tp the much tulkcd of dinner that U to
ho the, real thing In tho kaukan line: of
Every preparation has been undo for
tho spread and tho efforts of tfionien
who nre. tcsponslble for the dinner
phuutrf bo rewarded by the attendance
of every man who can manage to gel
uptto thot,Country Club .tonight. And
ifll' the fun won't bo at the dinner tabic
cither. As soon as the tnbles nra
cleared the Indoor gymknna will be
singed nnd then those prosent will bo
given one of tho most surprising per
formances ever conceived In Midbrain
of mortal man, Thcro will b'escard
games, nonBa and( athletic ptunts that
will mako an ordinary circus' look like
ten cents. And when tho bunch gets
wnrmed up properly thery Is going to
bo one glorious time for a couplo 'of
Some of tho best amateur singers
and dancers In the Territory are to
take part In the" show,Nnnd Judging!
from 'tho way they havo been paretic'
Iiir for.tho past week tholr efforts will
be appreciated. Vj.
Hut It Is tho dinner that will bs )he
great thing and us the object Is to get
nil the fellows together once more anil
boon ho Country Club along It Is to
be Imped that the largest crowd 'that
ever stopped ont tho Cluli lanal will
bo In attendance tonight.
Thereiwlll be no. trouble about get
ting tti find from the Country Club as
those peoplo who have to take tho
Hapld Transit cars will bo ablo to
catch an nnto from the end of the car
line. . Now It Is up to the frlendR of the
Comilry Club to get In rnid boost the
"Doostor" dinner to their best ability;
tho rainy weather should soon cease
and then all tho members can get busy
and roll up at tho links as they did In
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The Yacht Night at the Rmptrn
Theater Is going to be tho best
stunt pulled orr In Hawaii for years,
nnd the program that Is being ar
ranged Is going to be the most
varied ever staged lit Honolulu,
Fine feathers make
hnls. Albany Journal,
That a glass of beer TASTES BETTER in our
place. There's a whole lot in surroundings. i
It cost something to fit up this way. but it'll pay.
Our bar is more than just popular v
It's "The Fashion
BYvV t STKVrNSOH
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:: coming events, i:
XX .Secretaries nnd niunngers of tl
tt iithictlc ctiibs are Invited to send XX
U In the dale of uny cventB which Jt(
:: ttioy may Ik; getting up for in. Hi
K sertlon under the alxno heoil. St
XX AildienK all roiiiniimlcntlnnH to St'
. thu Sporting Kdltor. II til lot In. H
H ATHLCTIC I'AIIK
tt April 10 Diamond IIc.kIh vs.
tt A. Cs. .
April 10 Muiiock vs. Asahts.
n - .military i.kaoui:.
Al ?-? " vs. infantry.
XX April 9 Marines vs. Cavalry.
H PLANTATION I.EAOUB.
XX May 1 Kwa vs. Walatua.
tf May 1 Alea vs. Walpahu.
tt Tuq of-War.
tl" ATIILUT1C I'AHK
XX Apill 9 International Series,
tt Skating Marathon.
3 Princess Illnk.
!: ' ,
it; April 21 Medal Play
" May .3-Opcnlng of Waon,
U Apill 1C McCollniigh vs. Coll.
tt Track Meet. '
XX Apill 9 Y. M. O. A. at fliiyi.'
tt ' Tennis.
tt April 13 Night Tournament (Ma
tt noa Valloyi)
tt April 24 Irwin Cup.
XX May 15 CoO.er Cup.
tt Trip .Shooting,
tt April 13 Weekly Cup.
tt Horse Racing.
tt July 4 Inter-lsldn'd meet,
tt Trins Pacific Yacht Race.
tt .Inly 4 Start from San Kranclsco
tt World's Champlons'itp Fight.
tt July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack
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mm AVERAGES OF
Helow will be found tho list of Ijn t
llns nveinges for all the plajers who
have taken part In the Diamond Head
J. A. C seiles so far. To games havo
betn played anil this afternoon thu
third will be concluded:
' a aii it mi Pet
Hoopll J. A. C
Mller, D. II
Lota. D. 11
I.einoii, D. II
Sumner, D. II
Fernandez (E), D. II
Thomas, I), II ,.,.,,
LeBlle. I). II. . 2
Knplo, J. A, C 2
Chllllnguorth I). II. ..2
Tevcs, I). II 2
nice I) II 2
Kcaleihu.J A. C 2
Franco. .1. A C 2
floss, J. A. C 2
Zerzo, J A, C 2
Almnn J, A. C 2
Wiilker J. A C 2
Illlto. J. A. C ....2
(liliHOn, J. A C 1
Davis, D. II 1
Fernandcd (J) O. H.it
Marcalllno, D II
Waklla, J. A. C ,
TWO PULLS THIS
EVENING AT PARK
PORTUGUESE VS. MARINES,
. HAWAIIANS VS. COLORED
Closc'and Excitine Events Antici.
J. pated All Anangements Per-
lected for Good F.veninc of
This evening at (Tie Athletic Park
the much-postiHincil tug-of-war con.
test win he once more taken up.
The wet weather has played havoc
with the plups of Promoter A. K
Vlerra, and time nrter time the tour,
luiment has had to bo dropped. How
ever, the ground Is a little better to
day. and at 7:30 o'clock tonight the
un)i pun win ue siarieu.
In thevflrst tussle the Portuguese
will go up afulnst tho Americans,
and u great "ugh pull Is anticipat
ed; The Portuguese are u very, wiry
''am. and tho way they lay ont"
the rope Is a treat to soe. While
not at all n heavy team, they have
the muscular development tnat
counts, Their anchor Is Quite
light man, but ho has a back that
will stand pretty well an thing that
u human being can.
The Marines, who represent the
Americans, did not do too well at
their first attempt a few wodks ago,
but they ure expected to put up n
better struggle tonight when they
go up against the Portuguese,
The second puiv tonight will bs
between the Huwnllans and Colore'!
teams ,and again a great struggle
should eventuate. The Hawallans
would appear to be as good a team
as lias been ee,n In tugs-of-war In
thls city, and'whou they meet tho
Portuguese there Is sure going to be
ll the arrangements are com
plete, and tho pulls will start well
on trine. The anchor belts are all
prepared, and there will be no long
wait to annoy the spectators and
make thorn el out discouraging re
marks to the contestants and ofll
A gieat deal of Interest Is being
taken In the scries, and during the
past few weeks tho teams have been
hard at work practising. Tho an
chors especially have been doing
strenuous stunts, and they ure ex
pected to hold on or "bust" tonight.
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This afternoon at the Hoys' Field
the Y. M. C. A. field events will be
pulled off. and some new records are
expected to be established. It will
be heard with tegrot that Charllo
McLeod will not be ablo to take
part In the shot-put or hammer
throw, as he was Injured through a
fall froui his horse yesterday. Mo
Lead Is confined to his bed at pres
ent, but will be a rou ml ngaln In a
day or two.
,000 IHU Rice Is running In great form
.000, at present, nnd ho Is always feeling
.000, fairly fit. This game sprinter would
.000 'make a great lilt on the mainland It
he could only manage to be sent to
The Two1 Jacks
P0UB1EKEADLR II IEA0UE
Guards to Play Infantry Marinei
to Try Their Luck With Cav
alry, This afternoon the military
league will start up the second
spasm of Its series nt tho league
.grounds, and two Interesting games
will be plned. The N. (1 II. will
piny the Fort Shaffers, and the -Ma
rines will tackle the Fifth Cavalry
Doth games should be good ones, and
the advent of the Shatters will bo
welcomed by all the. fans. A pitch
er wnn is said to be a civilian win
do the twirling for the liirnutr).
and thev Should. have a good shAu
with It tin In tho box. It Is tho bad;
however, that the Shatters call not
find a pitcher In their own ranks.
The (lunrds will turn out In their
new uniforms, and they will be 11
picture to look at. It Is thought
that tho Infantry will get such a
shock when the diiards turn ouj. on
the diamond that the) won't get :t
man to first. Sergeant llarrv Is
feeling hopeful about tho, rhanccj
of nls team In today's game, nnd It
won't'bo his fault if the Guards arc
' The first game will be nt 1:30
o'clock, and the second will start up
at 3:30. lly that time there should
be -a big bunch of fans present, anil
the fun and sport should be good nil
Plantation Men Enjoy Themselves
Bie Crowd Attends Show, r
A very pretty variety entertain
meiit was given at Kwu last Satur
A large and elaborate stage was
specially built for the entertain
meiit, and an advertising curtain
was prepared by Sharp, each adver
tisement being a Joke on nn Kwi
resident. The curtain was kept cov
ered till all had arrived, nt.d tho Un
covering caused a burst of well-
The hall was arranged as. a tea
garden-," and the ladles of the com
mittee, In white: with red caps ami
aprons, waited on the tabled.
The program opened- with a play.
"The Marble Arch," In which Mri.
Ralph, II. Ila) ward, Mrs. J. P. Ilento,
nd MeisiaT It, Mullcr and James
Lalng took part. Uus Murphy mpde
a special visit to assist at the Una I
rehearsal, ai.d on Saturday evening
the curtain had to be raised several
times to aeknowledgo the repeated
Perhaps the best Item of the even
ing was the none and dance trio
consisting of Mrs. Hayward and
Messrs. 11 Mullcr and W. L. Howell.
All three were g'oad.jand Mrs. Hay
ward was'really captivating.
James1 v. Fenwlck sang My own
United States," and James V. Hud-
dlmnn sang "Asleep In the Deep,"
both I'etns being much appreciated.
A limitation by Mrs. Ilento, nnd a
diioL by Mrs. Hayward nnd Mrs.
Ilento, nlio 'Mary Doolan," by It, II.
Ha,yward, and a piano selection by
Miss Uclanux, all call for special
mention, and the curio, song by It.
Mullcr was very much enjojed. Miss
Kwa 'Hawkins was an excellent ac
confpaulst. The entertainment finished at
10:50 p. in., and the audience lin
gered for a considerable time beforo
they would consent to leave the, hall,
TJie Ewa hall has never bofore
seen such nn enthusiastic audience
and It is only fair to say nil the
applause given was earned by the
performers. Tho committee were A.
8. Oulld, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. K. tlreen
field, A, T, llcnderton, Mr.. ami Mrs.
'V. L. Howell, Miss Uva Huwklni,
Mr. and Mrs." It. II. Hayward, Mrs.
C. Lowdeu, James II. Lalng, F. Lnr
sen, Mr. and Mrs. It. Muller.
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There will bo a tug-of-war on
skates at the Princess Illuk tonight
and It should provo to bo tho fun'
ntest Blunt pulled oft for a long
TOYS NEARLY 4000
YEARS OLD FOUND
Pictures of pieces of crude sculpturo
which nrcheologlsts ha.ve assigned to
G000 to S000 I). O. were shown at tho
rtnal Institution by tho Rev. O II. W
Johns ,who gave an address on "Assy,
riology," Ono of the fragments ills'
covered represented ho said, th her
aldic device of a town called I.ngasu,
Describing the big "find" at Susa In
1001, Mr. Johns said that the objects
constituted a deposit of tho foumla.
lions of a grunt temple. They Includ
ed hundreds of gold, silver, lead and
brouzo objects, stntuettes, Jewelry nnd
an enormous quantity of stonb nnd
clay objects, 'as woll as precious
stones. Their beauty1 nnd variety
were enormous, and nil apparently bo
longed to ono period, 1800 H. C,
Among tho articles discovered were
children's toys. Chicago Inter Oct'an
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