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2 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, APll. 12, 1910.
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All Hand Work Low Prices
The Minimum of Wear
Frenoh Laundry--J. Abadie, Prop.
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mee about them?
. W. F. HEILBRONProo.
PLENTY OF GAMES
MILITARY LEAGUE IS
GOING VERY STRONG
Oahu League to Start Up Soon
Plantation Men Will Begin on
May 1 Shatter Bucking Up.
llascball In In full swing nowa
day, mul what with the military
league. Inter-lcnguo Barnes and the
regular minor matches, there Id
plenty ot sport on Saturday and
8undas. Tho plantation Icaguo
will Btnrt up noon, too, and when
til.? pahu boys begin their socond
season's play all will be to the loye
I) In baseball circles.
Tho military Icaguo had an un
fortunate start, as the Fort Shatter
boys did not put a team In the field
to play tho Cavalry on tho flrst day,
Thero was only ono game played on,
the opening day, but last Sunday the
good old Shatters came through In
great st)le, and Iloloun pitched real
good (tall for them.
The Shatters had hard luck In not
beating tho, Quards, and at two
stages ot the game they appeared
to, hae Uarry.'s No. 2 Deauts beat
en to a fraizle. However, the In
anthr,Mfned to always fall nt the
Critical momehts, and the Guards
never failed to grasp an opportunity
to scor'o. It would have been good
to have seen the Shaffers win at
their Initial attempt, as the victory
would have braced them up a lot.
Still, tho Shatters now know they
are up against nothing very scnaa
tlonal'ln the way of teams, and they
must sort that thov stand as ennd a
shoWi'agj any of the other nines In
tne military loague.
Thero was bonio talk of a civilian
taking part In tho games, but It M
to be hoped that only service men
beallowed to play. The series
would bo robbed of much Interest
It anything llko that wero permit
ted, and It would be better for a
team to drop out altogether than to
play an outsider.
The Klfth Cavalry have a likely
lot of ball players, and' their pitch
er! Katnna, Is a southpaw of much
promise. tie nns speed and goou
control, and the way he fanned a
doten men on Saturday was a treat
to see. The righting Fifth will bo
somewhere near the top of the treo
when the series ends, or else n lot
of neonla will be verv surnrlsed.
' Lieutenant Hanson of tho Fifth
pluys a good game, and he holds hU
men togetner in line snape. no
did some brilliant stealing last Sat
urday, and In sliding for second one
time he Injured his head by knock
lug against something.
The Marines scared tho Fifth a
lot In the ninth Inning on Saturday.
when they added two runs to tbolr
total and looked like making the ono
more necessary to tie tne score. Tal;
Ing It altogether, the games wero
yery enjoyable, 'and there Is no
doubt that the soldiers aro the boys
to play good clean ball
That ta glass of beer TASTES BETTER in our
place. There's a whole lot in surroundings.
It cost something to fit up this way. but it'll pay.
Our bar is more than just popular
It's "The Fashion"
IHotol iieni; Fort . : "Tho Two Jaoks"
BT V. 1. STEVENSON. J
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It COMING EVCNT8. tt
ti Hecrotarlcs nmj mnnngers of tt
tt athletic cl.ilis nro invited to send tt
tt In the date of nlty avrnla which tt.
tt thoy. mny bo getting up. for In- tt!
it scrtlon under th above head, tt
tt Address all cuninitnlcatlona tn tt
tt Hie Sportlug Edithr, II u 1 1 o 1 1 u. tt
it ATHLETIC 1'AIIK.
it April 17 Dlapond Heads s. J
tt A. Cs.
tt April 17 MuhOcka Asulils.
it MILITARY LKAOUK,
tt April 16 Marines vs. Infantry.
tt April 1C N..O. H. vs. Cavalry.
tt PLANTATION LKAO0B.
tt May 1 Ewa vs. Walilua.
tt May 1 Alei vs. Walpahu.
ti Tub of-War.
it ATHLETIC PARK.
ti April 1C International Scries.
tt Skating Marathon.
tt April 23-I'rlnccss Rink.
ti April 21 Medal Play.
ti Mny 3 Qpenlng of season.
it April IB McCollough
it Track Meet,
it April 10 V. M. C. A. at Uojs"
it April 13 Night Tournament (Mo
ti noa Vnllcy) '
tt April 21 Irwin Cup.
tt May IB Cooper Clip
it April 13 Weekly Cup
ti Horse Racing.
ti July 4 Inter-Island meet.
tt Trine Pacific Yacht Race.
tt July 4 Start from San Francisco
tt World's Champlons'iln Floht.
ti July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack it
tt Johnson. , tt
SERtiEAItr BARRY MAD
WITH Him WHITER
First Hospital Co.'s Dance Was HuRe
Success, Says Barry Only Ser
vice Men on Dancing Floor.
Tho "Count" who contributes to
the service scents' to hnvo gotten off
on the wrong leg as regards tho mil
itary ball which was given by the
First Hospital Co, N. O. II., last
According to Sergeant Harry, there,
were none nut men o( ine service on
the dancing floor, and tho affair waa
voted n huge success In cyery way.
Uarry also says that he can not sco
why It should be necessary to go to
tho dances In uniform, and as far
us tho remarks about the N, Q. It.
members all being Hawallans aro
concerned, they tit least rtilnd their
own business and attend to the or
ders glvon them.
To quota u little of Harry's
creed: "It was not a got-up
scheme, as the article In the Ser
vlqo suggests, and U look at soma
of the slang words used by the
'Count' would only call a man's" at
tention to nn Individual who Is on
his last lees, and who should go
quicker thai he Is." Hot stuff, ser
geant; but It Is our fuueral.
MOSTLY ABOUT BURNS
LANGFORD AND "BILL"
TOMMY WANTS T0
FIQHT SEPTEMBER 0
Lang Probably to Visit the United
States May Be Matched With
Kctchcll Burns Sends Cable.
Tommy Hums mahaged to got the
derision over Hill Lang after twen
ty rounds of fierce fighting In the
Stadium at Sjdpcy, N. S. Wales, and
the fact that Hill stood up to Hums
for twenty rounds and then made u
whirlwind finish of It, shows that
the Australian Is a bit bettor than
It Is true that Jack Johnson inailo
short work of the Antipodean cham
p Ion a couplo of jears ago, but Lftng
was a new chum at tho gamo then.
1-aliR defeated all comers lu AlU
trnlla, nnd poor od Hill Squires
went down In defeat to tho other
Dill Bevcral times.
There Is not much doubt of Lang
making a trip to .tlio United Statei
now, and be will have uo dMKuUj'
In getting matches v. lib some ot the
men In tho flrtt flight of heav)
weights. To stand tip for twenty
rounds with Hums Is no mean oat,
und although the former world's
champion wus probably not In thi
best ot condition, Lang munf be
given crcuu for mo showing-
made against a man llko llufns.
There wus some talk ot Stanley
Ketcboll being matched with Lang,
and It tho latter goes to the Slates
boo n, thero Is not much doubt that
a tight will bo arranged between
"The Assassin" and the man from
Tommy Hums, according to the
luteal Australian flics, was us port
I) as a London alderman, and was
enjoying all tho good things of this
life. Ills string ot racohorses wus
keeping him busy, but ho still was
making hlmsolf heard ot In ring af
Hums' latest Is a cablo to Naugh
ton of tho Examlnor, and In It lie
says that ho wants to tight Lang
ford on September R at Itctter'u
Club, San Francisco. Tommy alto
announces that he wants 2D,Q00
win, loso or draw. Hums Is u cham
plon when It comes to making
matches and picking "lemons"; still,
it remains to bo Been If Langfofd
Is much of a lemon, and It may be
that Tommy cares llltlo about win
lilng as long as ho can pull down
2li,000 bucks for a' little work.
Two transportation checks are
also asked for by Hums, and he says
111 his cable' that he will forward a
deposit of $8000 as a guarantee that
be will appear In the ring oil Sep'
It Is more than piobable that
Hums and Lang will travel 111 com
pany to San FranclBco, and they
should flit through Honolulu bofor
many moons have paeued.
one sin of cmi
Koolau Nine Wins Twice from Sol-
dicrs More Qamcs May Be
Down at Kaneoho there was some
great baseball on Sunday week, nnd
the game between tho Koolau nln"
and the De Hussy boys was an exhi
bition worth nalklng over tho I'nll
to sec '
The scoro was 1,1 lo C In faxir t
the Koolau lads, nnd they naturally
felt very elated over tho matter, and
hastened to communicate the result
of tho match to tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 li.
Not content with beating tho sol
dlcrs once, tho Koolau nlno again
tackled them last Sunday and de
feated them onco mora by a scorn of
11 to C. Tho gamo was exciting
enough up till tho sixth Inning,
when the civilians showed whattboy
could do In tho way of run-gcttlng
nnd piled up the scoro In a rapid
Joe Hright nnd John Bilvn form
ed the battery for the Koolnus, ami
they did good work, loo George
S)lva, at first, did some really lino
work, and tho rest of the nine wero
all on to their Jobs. Tho lineup ot
the Koolaus was as follows: John
L. Sjlvn, c; Joe Hright, p; (leorgn
S)la, lb.; Ah Shong. 2b.; I'.ihli,
31).; Apa, 88.; Kddle, rf.; Gabriel,
cr.; David, If.
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HELL KNOWN SPOHT
LEAVING F0H GOJISl
Letter Petrie Going to Mainland on
Lurline Expects Voyage to Set
Lester Pctrle, tho well-known
sport nnd good fellow. Is leal Ing for
tho Coast on tho Lurlluo this cvon
Ing. 'Tote" Is making tho trip lu
order to get properly sot up nflcr the
severe accident ho mot with at the
O. It. & L. Co. depot a couplo of
Although looking well enough, tha
popular "I'eto" does not feel too
good, nnd ho thinks that a complete
rest nnd tho sei) voyage should nb'.it
fix him up o. K. Lester Is n prom
Inout sport In Honolulu, nnd lie has
alwujs taken tho greatest Interest
In every branch of nthUtlcs. Ill
many friends were ery sorry tolicar
ot his accident when It occurred, nud
during the lima he was la the lion
pita! a constant stream of visitor
had to bo dcnlfd adinlttnnco to tho
Thero Is sure to bo a big gather
ing of frlonds of "Pcto" at the Mat
ton wharf this evening, and onco
more ho will be wished "bon voy
age." It Is not so long slnco he re
turned from a tiip to Europe, whoro
he spent soma llmo touring tho con
tinent. Aloha, I'ctc; may you re
cover rapialy and return soon to Ha
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NEWS NOTES FROM
Austin Whiting, tho mile runnir
of tho Kams' last year's track team,
Is filling to trace Goru over tho
same 'course on tho day ot the open
ing of tho now field. Captain God
frey will try and make arrange
ments for this race.
The new athletic field Is getting
Into shape rapidly. It Is expected
that the work on the field will be
finished by the end of this month.
The dedication of the field will taka
place some time between tho G nnd
tho 14th ot May. ,
The baseball team to represent tho
schools In the coming Interscholas-
tic series will be picked Thursday
afternoon. Coach Hop wood and
Captain McGowan aro keeping closo
watch for the star players.
Marshall Darrach recited "Tho
Merchant of Venlco" at the Hlshop
Memorial chapel last Saturday even
lug to a largo body of teachers nnd
Btudents. Ther students enjoyed the
recital very much.
The officers' dinner to havo been
given lust Sunday was postponed
on account of some misunderstand
ing among the faculty. The ofllcorti
will have their dinner next Sunday
The Kam track teams that will
enter the lloyV Cuba meet on Sat
urday are bard at work. The
jounecr bo j s are taking a great deal
ot Interest In tne coming mqot.
The dress parade given by the
Kamchuineha cadet battalion ou tho
school grounds Sunday afternoon
was witnessed by a large crowd from
Harry Godfrey, captain of the
schools track team for 1910, was re
elected last Saturday evening as cap
tain ot the team for another jear.
A. Lota, who pitched for the
Bchooljteam In 1908, Is out every
afternoon breaking lu a ffew promis
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Vaudeville changes, Monday and
Motion-Picturo changes, Monday,
Wednrsilny and Friday,
iiWiiliiKE. every Saturday,
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