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EVENING nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. WEDNESDAY, AM. 31, 1910.
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The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique la its
(semblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A QuicK,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic. Manager. Y. V. R R Merced, Cal.
9SB- w gi w - n rm II ml Hi -
CLUBS WANT SETTLEMENT NINE MEN WEIGHING
I WITH W. W. HARRIS FIRST OVER 404 POUNDS EACH
REAL GOOD BUTTER
THAT IS WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF CRYSTAL
SPRINGS. IT HAS THE BUTTER FLAVOR. THE ODOR
OF THE DAIRY AND THE PURITY OF THE LILY.
W. F. HEILBR0N and A. LOUIS. . .
Shower Baths Arc Asked For and
Wilt Be ' Insisted On Henry
Chillingwir.h Is .Wanted .as
On September S tho BChcdulc (if
guinea (or Hit- pciond nor It's of the
Oaliu Ham-ball League will lio ar
tanged, nnj fioiii piesiuit Indications'
a good ptogram will liu annoiin ed.
The mecl'tg last- night at Senator
Charles ChlllingwDrtli's office wan
well attended, lint owing to the Tact
tlint no KJt t lunu'tit Imtl been made
between the i.i 1 1; management and
the leaguo. liothlng' wax done an re
tards the fecund half of tlic teapoti.
Other matters which tecelvcd at
tention at the meeting last night
were the tefiiiitHiax regards an um
pire, tor the league mid tile lustalja-'
Uon'J.of uhower baths at, the Athletic
I'afk. It Is nhuilutely necessary that
brit.hi ho Inn tallijd. and it In surprls-f
Irig' that they wero not put In n ear
ngo. The players have to change
bnck Ire r.i their dirty playing togs
Into their street clothe without a
chnnre ct -ii wash, tint with all thu
chances In the world of catching
cold. The fixing up of tilths Miuulil
not cost much, and the st reus of,
tho ttn eda terlt-jj should prompt
JioppjJItt'eV'om I ernt.joii of the play
er,a wjio (dPo'w tile 'crowdx. '
hAjIooiiii ttPe consisting of Sen
Keant: Du niii Tin Van wax np-
pouuea hi jooi; iio,inc- mniier ami
to boo Manager Harris of the park
about the showor hath proportion.
Then tho matter of nn umpire
came up, and although Henry dill
llngworlh had sent IiIb res'ttnntlnn
In some tlnio ngo, It was decided to
try and get him to taho on the Job
again. "Klddo" Is a good umpire,
and ho knowx more a lion t the game
than most pl,i)erx. It would be n
good Idea for tho Oaliu league to
back their umpires up properly and
give them abxolnto power wli.le on
tho diamond. There has been too
much knuckling down to a few ills
grnntlfd playerr, nud fan? who. have
kicked because they have l(t 'a few
miserable dollars on a derision. Hack
your umpires up, and If any player
rabies his voire in dispute, suspend
bin from playing at on.'e. The pub
lic have bad too much of the kick-1
lug proiKisltlon, which In nearly
.every caBe has been started by men
who were nt least 200 feet away
from the bit of play, while the um
pire had been within a few feet.
Another thing that will havo to
he Mopped at the Atblollc I'ark 'M
the betting evil, whlrh attained
enormous volume during the gerlei
with the Wnsedas, Tho pollre will
be Instructed to get busy In future,
anil It Is to be hoped that certain
men, who are woll known to every
body who attends games ut the Ath
let.- I'ark, be warned to Btop their
plunging and trying to buy players.
WMU) llulletln CI per jciir.
PAINTS AND PUNAH0US j
TO TRY CONCLUSIONS
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WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
Wf deliver to til parti of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE nilARANTEE Q1IB n0fin
Daihinp; Game Between the Baby
Nine on Milwaukee Diamond
spectator! Delighted Filled the
D.amond With Playen.
On July 4 last there uas a great
game plned at Milwaukee, when the
"Tots" plaed n- semi-pro. nine. The
"Tots" neraged mor 4C1 iKinnda
each, and they weie a spry bunch
of ball tosers for sure.
llali.v llllfH. who Is how showing
In Honolulu, held down II rut bane,
and bis trim little figure did not
leave much room for the base run
ners to h ' the bng. Ilaliy played a
great game and accounted for nine
l'iUlier Karl Holm Is a stripling
of II.'iO pounds, mid he did soule Hue
twlrllngdlurlng tho game Charles
vun utven wpru tne uig mm, nnu us
bo weighed 3TC oundx, there was
not much i-hnnce of a ball getting
past his corporation even If he
nilised with his leg-iit-mutton hands,
KM. J. Shpchau 'plnyiid a 'dashlhg
gainn-al short xtop, and, although
Ills weight Is 4".i pounds, he float
ed around like well, a balloon. J.
A, llrtlwuell was good nt se'ond. nud
'thu w.Vyjiio, haidd the ball Bhoweit
that IIIU H70 poiinda or beef nmt mus
cle did not prevent hi in from playing
a good g.hic Third ,bae was held
down by that, .Bltn) Kttle player" II.
V. Illnex. lie In tho real thing at
thliM, and the way ho tagged all the
men who came his way showed that
his 488 pounds did not trouble him
The fielders were Wolfang S.limldt,
who tips the xcalea at 42G pounds;
V. C. Knee, who goes 1f0 pounds,
and I'lukry Ilnuley, who owns up
to SI0 pounds. The sight as the
baby walked onto the Hold will never
be forgotten by those who were for
tun.no enough to be present. When
nil the men stood Inn lie the diamond
there was no room for the umpire,
so he- stayed outside.
The game was a peach right from
the Btntt, and the way tho "Kuts"
slid and ran was Immense. The
Beml.pro'x. had n bard Job to avoid
collisions, and whenever one of the
Tula came sailing down nt-a mile nn
hour clip, .the baseman carefully
stepped aside bo an to avoVl trouble.
The spectators laughed till they
were Kick, and the placrs seemed to
enjoy themselves to the limit. Aft
er the gume there were many anxious
ruusultutlons with weighing ma
chines, and when a shortage of a
few pounds was shown In uuy caBo,
the rest of the Totx gathered around
and suggested dainty dishes that
would certainly- restore tho lout
n t: tt
Tommy Hums will probably get
all that Is coming to him when ho
goes up ngnlnst Uiugfnrd In Mil-don.
Military Team Will JUso Play Game
Against Marines Big Turnout
of Fans ' Expected Oldtime
Baseball Will Be Played.
On Saturday afternoon, nt tho
league grounds, one of the oldttmo
ttyle of baseball games will be pla-'
ed, and It Is up to tho good old fans
to get out and heroine busy on root-j
lug xtuntx. When It Is remembered i
that the St. Uiuls Alumni team nud
the lMiunhous are to put up the bat
tle, every ilyed-ln-tho-wool fan will
manage to get off work In time to
see the game. Any old excuse wilt
do to give the boss, but be careful
nud not kK nlongxlde of b)m In tho
grandstand he w)l bu,'. t)ero.
' Vor n long time past' there has
Wen keen rivalry 'existing between
the two nines that un Saturday are
to' Itch. H out on' tho' 'old grounds.
The gamo promises to be a beauty.
and no fan will miss It If he can
possibly reach 'thei'touiul In time.
With Castlo pitching and Wynne
catching, the, Puns wilt have n great
battery, and the Saints will have to
piny up to have a chanco of win.
nlng. The Tuns, If all their regit
Inr men turn out, will have a really
(l;ie team, and It Is to be' hoped Jhat
npiio or tne piaycrx nnu u inipossi-
1.1a I,. ntlAn.l I II '
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There will be another gatn pn
Saturday, and 'M It the Mllltary'aud
.Marines will meet. This game
should be a close one, and there Is
no telling In advance bow It will
go. The Military bunch may have
a couple of men hack In their lineup
who have been 111 for some time
pnBt. In that c'aso tho combined In
fautry and cavalry should do wall
against their opponents.
Taking It altogether, tho two
games on F-turday afternoon should
be about the but played In the city
for some considerable time. Theie
hnve been big rrowdx nt the Ath
letic I'ark nt times, but tho class
of ball never waxi'aml never could
be, as good ha that wlilch the, Saints
nud I'unx will, doubtless put up on
It will oeem I'.ke old times to sit
under tho grandstand and, while
chewing a bunch of peanuts, watch
the Saints battle It out with the
team which practically amounts to
nn pnhu College alumni nine,
DOTS AND DASHES.
On Sunday at WaSalua, the I.alfi
baseball nlno met and were defeat.-
ed by the Wnlnlua bunch by a score
,ot i iu a.
a :: n n u tt n h h h n tt :t n h n n
ti COMING EVENTS. tt
a ' it
ti Secretaries and managers of it
ti athletic clubs aro Invited to send it
ii In tho dates of nny events which ii
It they may be getting up, for In ii
li sertion under the alxive head, it
ii Address all communications to it
it the Sporting Kdltor, Dullutln. it
it Baseball. ii
tt Sept. 3. Miliary vs. Marines; St it
ii 1-oiils vs. I'nnaliou. ii
ii Oahu Juniors. ii
ii Sept 3 C. A. C. Jrx. vs. Asahlx. tt
ii Sept. 3. Mil Hocks vx. I'lilnma. ti
it Qolf. it
ii Oct. 23. Four Hall. Foursome. II tt
ii 0. C, Monnalua. ii
ii Cricket. it
ti Sept. 2. Match. ti
ii Tennis. ii
ii Sept. 5. K. O. Hnll Cup. ii
ti Rowing ii
it Sept, 17. Annual Itegattn. li
ti tt it a ti it n a tt it a tt it tt ti n tt
MIKE PATON POPULAR
SHI IEFT TODAY
ADULTS 15c CHILDREN 10o
ALOHA PARK i
3 P. M. to 10:30 P. M. Continuous
Australia's Own Comedian , ft
MISS ALMA LYNDON
From the Rickard Circuit
BANVABD & FRANKLIN
Acrouat'o Sketch Team
S;erra Takes Bunch- of Sports to
Little Old Frisco Many Leis fn
illko I'aton left on tho Sierra this
morning, and he will probably bo
awav for some mouthx. I'aton Is n
'favorite with everyone, and hi fund
of anecdotes and bis other ejiterta.u
Ing stunts are much admired In Ho
nolulu. 'Mike has acted as refereo
In tnnny n fight In Honolulu nud h
has always made good.
There was n big lijinch on tho
wlinrf to. sec the 'genial Mlka off,
and ho 'was covered .n lelg. Every
body wished him bun voyage, and nil
Jioped'thiit It would not he long t: 1 1
the popular Irishman returned to
I'at Cornyn ln got away on the
Sierra, and he w II seek fresh pas
tures In the hoxlug lino of business.
Other minor lights of tho ring man
aged to get on board the steamer,
and tho llowery is deserted now,
a a a
Jllf (Mil MAIN
APPEARS III PARIS
THOMPSON & DESMOND SISTERS
Sonc and' Dance Artists
EVA ALVA Acrobatic Dancer
AND THE DEST
IN THE CITY
Admission 15c., 10c. 5c.
Tho Walalua baseball team enter
tained tho Lales at a luau after they
bad been bcato nat baseball on Sun.
llulletln Kdllorlnl IIimiiii I'lione
2185 llulletln HuiIiii-ks Unite
Any time of the day and you will see men
you know. Sit down and have a glass
and a quiet talk. It'll do you good.
"It's The Fashion"
Tho Two JuuIm
Ilotol wmr Fori
Ludicrous Contest in French Capital
Grimm Was Covered With Oil.
At IhcM'nrls Hippodrome, on June
2.1, Joe (Irlnuu fought Sam McVea.
Kor twelvo rounds the "Iron man"
took an awful hammering without
showing a sign of distress. He was
eventually disqualified for going
down without receiving n blow.
The proceedings were opened by
Orlmm making a characteristic
speech, McVea then discovered that
his opponent was oiled, and the ludi
crous spectacle of Sam and his black
second rubbing down Grimm with
towels was witnessed.
' It would be Impo&s'lile to describe
tho rounds Iu detail. It was a mo
notonous punching match by McVea,
who used every blow bo ever heard
of without doing more than tickling
Urlmm. On n couple of occasions
the negro felled him with a hammer.
like blow on the nup of the neck,
hut Iq tho end McVea stood and
rubbed Ills nose retlnMfrely with his
glove, being In doubt uh to what
blow to try-next. Ho was tiring and
wns migry when Urlmm wus dls-
qualillcd. (Irlnuu went down nine
times Iu one round. So monotonous
were his visits to the boards that
tho uud'ence counted with the ref
eree each time.
a a a
HOW 111 DEFEATED
Hard Luck for Home.Run Hitter
Called Out for Not Touchlne,
On Hmuli) lil, til Hie Vuluiliu
IHiiillna, it bull kuiiiu was ilai h
'Him llwua mud tint hf !, ih
ni Dm Hw Ihmiu urn) yuwh,u
i mil til
Iu Tin' wiininn ilritl i IV I Kil
(Mil MMi Ibuy tlltHll IImI tltHS
weiH ium miwhh fur llm Wahwliui'
J IimiuU IfbMl it prsHtl wm
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
The Oreatcit Australian Tenor
WISE & MILTON
Singinc, Dancing and
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Kinc and Nuunnu
DICK SULLIVAN .Proprietor
CIOAR NOW 5o
M. A flllNST A CO.
hmiio run. but he wus called out"' for
nut touching third base. The u1tLj
vtM, n.f,vn u ,,,,, v,,,,,n (,,'. . ",,
i-iwn u i ii u u b u u t j
Walpnbu 1000 0 00 2U-I
Ewa Maraulay, p ; Meyers, q:
C. Olrvln, lb.; Itodrlgues, L'li.j-.Kerl
nnndi'Z, .'lb . Cordelro, iw. ; Travers; P,
If.; Ui.'iig. of.; Klin, rf. V
Walpahu C.ies.ir, p.; Itodrlgues,
c : Kreltns, lb j Sonny, 2b.; Hiiwi,
3b,; Meiidas, .; Oruellas, If.; 1'a
ukaula, cf,; Splllner. rf. . ' (
Time of game, 1 hour 40 minutes;
n in pi re, I)) sen; scorer, Ellas Kor- '
CHINA A(.'AI. LOOKS
I'KKIN'a, August IS Coincident
with Tung Hhuo Vl's relustutiiiuent to -,
power us president of the Hoard of,.,
Communications, the Hegeiit, I'rluro
('huh, bus Issued n hecrct edict liollfy
Ing Vlcero)H and tiovrriinrs that for
eign limns ure Indlspeuslble In the de
eloimeiit of the Imperial rnllway'
system, and Instructing them lo sup
press thu iinll-ftirclitn aultullun.
This is constiui'd ns it sti Iking dmii.
olinll'illlon of llit Itegent's ilullliltu'1
I'ommliiiieiii to h policy of progress,"
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