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We have just received a lot of Men's fine NOVELTY
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inside leather sweat-band, and are the new and stylish
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' BY V. L. g EVENBOJT
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ALL THREE CLUBS
ARE GOING STRONG
HONOLULU CLUB HAS ,
Country Club And Halciwa Links
Busy All the Time borne Inter
esting Matches to Be Played Off.
Colt In on the boom both nt the
Country Club and the Moanalita
llnkb. The Honolulu Golf Club,
which men Squire Damon's beautiful
grounds, hits arranged n line program
of etonts which will lust from now
on to the end of I bo jenr.
On Sunday next lliero will bo i
medal pla j, and a Mart will be made
at half-pant ten o'clock Rharp. All
the mcmbcrH aro looking forward
to the play, and urrnngement hao
been made to have a big automobile
nt tbo cud of tho car lino at 3:3ii
o'clock. The machine will tnko the
pla era utid their friends down to
the links, and will return nt half-
imst four In the afternoon. The
fare will be fifty cents for the round
trip, and that Is moderate enough
,.The membent of tho Honolulu dull
are anxious to tee as many of tho
Walaluu players as possible present
ou Sunday next. A cordial lnvlta
Hon has been extended to tho down
country people and tho wish cxprcu-
ed that as many as can turn up and
take part 111 the play.
The Country Club Is also going
strong, and every Sunday a largo
number of plaors are at the pretty
clubhouso, where a really enjoyable
time can be had by everybody. Tho
links are In excellent condition, nud
the professional Is doing some flno
work on tho courses. Tho club pi op-
erty has been Improved wonderfully
during; the past ycur, and everything
Is a credit to the managing com
Down at Halelwa, Clifford Kim
ball Is doing a lot to make golf tho
favorite gatuo of tho district, and
nearly every day there aro somo golf'
era out on the links, ino regular
guests go In for tho guino u lot, and
thou on Suudas mo umo panics
from town always lontuln Mime en
tuuslastlc golfers who quickly And
their way to the grounds.
The Halelwa links are fit to play
on all the time, as tho soil Is of a
candy nature, which quickly absorbs
aily rain that may fall. No amount
of rain seems nblo to stop play at
Halelwa, and tho pla j era mo fortu
nate In that respect.
The Honolulu dolt Club la out
with a program which Is as follows:
May 8 Medal play; 10:30 a. in.
May 31 Match play tnuruament.
Entries close at 13. O. Hall & Sou's.
June 19 Foursome; 10 a. m.
July IT Medal play; 10 a. m,
August ?8 Koursome; 10 n, m.
October 23 .Four-ball foursome;
10 a. m.
December 11 Championship (med
al play), 10:30 a. in.
The entrance fee for each compe
tition Is fifty (.onte, and plajorsmust
Our place is the resort of men who appreciate com
fort, good taste, good service, good fellowship.
Stay a minute or an hour; buy or not.
It's "Xhe Fashion''
Hotel near Fort
Secretaries and nmnnepra
lit athletic clubs aro Intlted, to send ti
IrS In the dattx of nn events hlih it
U the) ma) be gutting up for In- tt
J. koi lion undor tho above head, tt
a Address all communications to a
tt the Sporting Editor, II u 1 1 o 1 1 n. a
tt Baseball. a
tt MILITARY LEAOUR. tt
a Mny 7 N. 0. H. vs. ShaftcrHj a
it Marines vs. Hospital Co.
a Muy 8 Cavalry vs. Fort Itugcr.
a PLANTATION LUArilllC.
tt Mny 8 Wiilulim va. Wnlanaot
a May 8 Alea vs. linn.
tt July International (lames.
It Oahu Lfigue.
tt ATHLETIC PARK.
tt Mny 8 U. S. M. Ci vs. J A,
tt P. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
tt May IS P. A. C. VS. U 3. M
tt C. A. C. vs. J. A, C.
C; a I
tt School League.
tt May 7 Kama vs. Punahoua.
tt Mny 7 St. LouIh,vs High,
a Grammar' School i.
tt Mny C Puliation J a. Central, tt
tt Knnhumanu mi.. St. Louis, tt
tt Mny in Training s. Central; tt
tt Hojal vh, Knlulanl. tt
St Skatlna Marathon. SS
tt Mny 30 Princess Illnk. tt
tt Golf, tt
a COUNTRY CI.UI1 it
Mil) 3t"-"pcy TournniiiPiil a
tt HONOLULU CI.UI). tt.
h am) is jicuai I'liy.
a Mny 31 Match Play,
tt Juno 1& Foursome.
a May T Opening oT-iieaMin.
a Mny 5. 6, 7 Wall Cup.
a May 18 Annual championship.
a Juno 11 Progre8Mvo Totirnn
a May IS Cooper Cup
a Juno t Macfarlano Cup.
a July G Sen Wren Race
a Trap Shooting.
a May 11 Weekly Cup.
tt Mn 22 All Hay 'Shoot.
a Horse Racing.
a July 4 Inlcr-lsland moot.
a Trim Pacific Yacht Race.
tt July 0 Ktart from San Pedro.
a World's Championship Fight.
tt July 4 James Jeffrlos vs. Jark tt
a Johnson. tt
tt Polo. a
a August Inter-Island Tournament, tt
be present at the Moannlua club
houso ut tho nliovc-mentinned hours.
a a a
OMAHA. Apr. 23. Jark Johnson,
at a banquet tendered him last night
by negroes, discussed his coming
light with Jeffries, lie Is quoted to
day as saying:
"Or my. right with Hums I can
truthfully Bay that I nover before en
tercd tho ring with u heart so full
of malice. Mr. Hums had said many
unkind things about me, and In tho
ring that day I remembered them nil.
Every time I forced him to his cor-
nor I would ask him If he remember
ed when he had inado somo certain
statement, and I followed It up with
ono of my best blows.
'"Mr. Jeffries, too, has said many
harsh things about me In return for
the courtesy 1 have ulwujs tried to
show him. Hut I shall remember
them all upon the day of the battle.
I shall ask Mr. Jeffries In tho ring If
he recollects ccrtnln of tho things
ho has said, and for each recollection
he shall make ntoncnnyit."
. u secretaries nnil munserra fir II
SOME GOOD TENNIS
. IN WAIUUP PLAY
MRS. COULTER DEFEATS
W, A. WALL IN MATCH
Athcrton Richards and Castle Have
Lon Set Many Good Matches
Ycstcrdn) afternoon on tho Here-
ta n la
courts, the Wall Cup tourna
ment was continued, mid four
matches Mulshed on. Two of these
went hy default, us tho men whu
weie Hihcdllled lo phi) tollld nut
manage to get off from work In
time to take part In the games. Noel
Ueerr was awarded his match owing
lo Miunula) nut shun lug up. Doolli
won In the same manner, as his op
poncnt, Warren, could not manage
tn put In an uppeuruuic through bo
lug too busy.
The unfinished match between
Mrs. Coulter and W. A. Wall was
jUmtluucd, uiid brought to it conclu
sion hy the lady champion winning
the. third, net, 7-G. Jktriit.CuuU.cr,
pla)ed much better tennis jiratcrda)
'than hlio did tin Wednesday, and
some of her strokes were excellent
The full result of tho match was 6-1,
"'IL-7-o. The lad) won 19 games
and her opponent 17, m there wus
not much difference bctvecn Mio
'I hun tho unfinished match be
twicn Athcrton Rlchurds und K, S.
Harncs was started up. Richards
had taken tho first set ou Wed lies
da), ti-2, ami ho hud , two- games to
hue In the second sot when darkness
stopped the. play. Ycsterduy Rich
arils, plujlng In fine form, defeated
H.uncb hy u k-oic of G-4 In the sec
und bet, and took tho match.
The way was then clear for tho
second ruuua of the tournament, and
a start was mudo on It. Ather(un
RlihardH and A. L. Castlo wcro tho
first contestants, and a slashing go
It wus, too, from start tu finish
llkhurds kopt Custle guessing, and
time after time he mado winning
shots that were worthy of u much
older player than ho Is.
Tho set run to a autago one, and
live-all, slx-ull and seven all were
tailed betoro Castle could capture
two gamea In succession, und take the
set, 3-7. It was u fine, exciting ex
hlliltlon of tennis, anj the set seem
ed anybody's right up lo the finish.
Darkness set In at the close of the
first sot, und no further pluy cuuld
be biuught oft. Richards und Caatlo
will finish their match this after
noon, und a start will be made at
half-past four o'clock. Tho other
matches tu be pla)ed today are, as
follows; At 4:30 o'clock, Captain
Low vs. Noel Dcorr; at G o'clock,
R. II. llooth vs. Mrs. Coulter, and T.
Rlcharda vs. II. S. Gray. All (our
matches Bhould bo well worth see
ing, and no doubt u big crowd will
line up nround the courts this after
noon tu watch (ho play. ,y
"The Two Jacks"
TWO W USEMU
HIES Oil SUNDAY
Portuguese Will Try New Pitcher
and unanc,c icam a jjiiuc
Athlctio Park -Should Attract
On Sunday afternoon the s"iond
games of the Oahu league v. Ill be
pla)cd at the Athletic Park, and
two fine exhibitions of basyball uro
expected The gencinl Imprmslo
seems to be that nn roon us (he liati.i
got settled down tn work p.Mjcny
thcic will be many exciting gumo.
the J. A. Cs. uic t hough t tu b) too
strong for the other three tennis, but
there Is no telling what mny happen
dining a long season of butcball.
Tho first gnmc ou Sunday will bo
between the Marines and Japanese
Athletics, and although the result
would appear to ho a forcgono con
clusion In favor of tho J. A, Cs.,
some Interesting ball will he seen he
Tore tho finish tomes. (ltoli will
probably pitch for the Marines, and
If In nil) kind of form ha should do
veil. Ho Is ccrtnln to do .is well jh
Hlnes did last Sunday, at nny rale.
The Bocond game will be botwien
the Chlncso Athletics and tho Pi rtu
gucse team, and all the fans nr. look
ing forward to tho struggle. Tl-c C.
A. Cs. pla)cd good ball last Sunday,
and It Is thought that they ma be
nhlo to hold tho new P. A. C. nine
safe. The fnns of tho l'ortiifueso
team, however, feel Hint the) are
able to bund the Chinese a pic'itugc,
nml us Freltns will pitch Imtcnd of
Ocpontc, the good thing ma) come
about. Tcves will be cluingo.l from
second to short, and ho should do
better In tho latter position.
a a tt
, illM IEME MIL
Original Barry's Beauts to Play Ma
rines Tomorrow bhafter and
N. 0. H. Will Eight It Out.
Tomorrow afternoon the mt.ltar)
league will continue Its scries, und
at the league gtuumls two games
will be, pln)od between tbo sorvlcq
men, "The N, (I. H. nine will go up
ugalust the Fort Shatters, and a good
gnmo should eventuate. Tho'Uuards
uic determined lo win ou Buturday
and show what tiny can do on tho
diamond. The Shutters irq feeling
strong enough nonudn)a to tackle
Mlque Fishe 's All Star nluo If the
(ombluallou wcro hero now. How
over, tho Uuurds will give them some
horsehair-hunting timorriiw, und tho
result may surpttso tho Infantry.
The second game will be put up
by the Marines and the original ll.ir
r)'s Heauts, und In It the Hospital
Co. will have n chance to show what
thoy can really do on tho diamond.
It Is only on Snturila) that Harry
can get tho teal Ueaut team togeth
er, us on Sundays tho players aro
engaecd with other clubs.
Ou Hun lay the Fifth (tavalry and
Fort Rugcr teams will meot, and the
horsemen think thoy can hand the
gunners a puckage that will iecp
thoni quiet 'for a, week ir more. Mint
may be so, but tho bo)s from Dia
mond Head are Improving eery da).
and tho lighting Fifth representa
tives may hn a tlUlc astonished bo
fore the gunio Is pan.
TRAIL m MOUNTAIN
ime Hundred unartcr Members on
List Ladies, Take Active Part
Yesterday afternoon tl e Trnll and
Mouutuln Club got under way In
Btjlo, and the various cunimlttcen
weio nil urruiiRed. Ovei a hundrel
members lime joined the club, ant
the prospects look bright. A com
niltteo of ladles wus also appointed
to complete the orgimlzutlou of tho
hujidrcd 'charier membcra. Tho fol
lowing Loiumlttcea woro uppMutcd at
' Information Committee Ud. Towso,
8. Ujeno, A, Terry, C. Du Hot,
Y. Kwjil Yung, W, I'fotonhnucr, O.
I. Cooke. II. '. Wood, A. Knudseu,
L. von TempBky, Carl Smith, A. Mc
Donald, II. I'. Judd. It. Illud, Mr.
Qrccnu'ell, J. T. MiCrossen, A. Hor
ner, I'riiite Kuhlo. '
Trull Committee U A, Tim s(ou,
clialrnmn; Irwin Spalding, A. II.
Kurd, I!. Tow Be. It, 8, Ilosmer, C
Montague Cooke, V. Mcllrjde, )
Kuuds.cn, A. C. Itlce, O. '. Cooke, II,
Hitchcock, l), T. Fleming, I,, von
Teuipsk), It. II, Dodge, Mr. Green
well, It, Illud, II. II Itoutoii, J. T.
riibllrutlou Committee A', II.
Ford, O. II. Tuttlo. IM. Tuwuo, D
8cuilder, Mrs. fT l"rcnr.
Ladle' Committee Mies C. I'.
liodce. Mrs ('. dn ttnl. Mm 3. V.
oper, MriJ U, A. Thurston Misa M
I', Wlnne.lMrB. V. G. Ogg. Mrs, H,
I', Judd, Mm. S. M. IJallou.
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QfflES START M
One Game at Puuahou and Another'
at Aala Park No Admissiou
This afternoon the grammar'
bchool baseliall terlcs m, HI start up,'
and two gnuieg w III be pjajed. At
tho I'utinhou grQlindii the I'reps. will
tackle tho Central Urnmmar bio 3,
nnd n good contest la expecttd to
tuke place. There "111 be no ciargo
for admission, und overoue Is Invit
ed tu attend nud glvo the corlco a
good utnrt In tho rooting lino.
Another game will he pluji'd nt
Anl.A Park lictwten tho St, Ixiulinnd
Kunhuniauu Iiojh, nud n utnrt will bo
mudo nt 3 n'clonk. The grammnr
bcIiooI t,crles "III bring intp notlro a
number of ludu who nro showing '
promise of dc eloping Into good
Central (Iraniinar School won out
In liiHt jear's ehRiiiplunshlp, nud It
will bo Interesting to Ecu how tbey
shape ngalnsl the I'uuahou I'reps.
DETECTIVE AT PAflK. "
Tbo nianigement of the Park The
ntCr has secured at great expente t
film, "Thn Oreat Dcttitlve," bo tho
local oftlccrB inn) get n lino on how to
find Grnru It la a good plcturo and '
Bhould bo of Interest ns It chows, tho
gum ulioo mini In harness The van
dovlllo nt tho I'ark contlnueB first-rlarf-
hllo Sonny Cunha'a orchestra
la sutlsfjlng Jluslness ut this theater
keeps up well.
Tho time piny bo coming when
people will walk up to tho ticket'
windows nnd ask for upper berths.
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