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ST. LOUIS NINE, 2 TO 1
Saints Win Four Games in Sucrej.'ti
' sion and Lcjc None Much In-!:: on. 2.1
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COMING EVENTS. Jt
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It nllitctlc clubs nru Inrltcil to fciiiI II
II in the dates of any events which II
II they may lie getting up, for In II
It scrtlon under tlio Above head, tt
It Address nil conitniitilciitlons (o it
It tlio Sporting I'M I tor, Hullotlii. tt
tt Sept ,. Mllltuiy M. N CI 11;
tt Marines vh. Punuh'iu.
I! Oahu Juniors.
tt fold. 30. A. C. VH. Ah.iMh.
tt Kept. 5. Mil Hocks s. Palamas,
Ah In 4. Kainal 0, paused nail, Kan
Fa. rmplrc, II. riilllliigworth;
siorcr, Sam Hop, time of game,
1 Iiour 8 minute.
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The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in its
asscmblance 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, eon
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
O. W. LEHMER. Traffic Manager. Y. V. R R..,Mcrccd. Cal.
teres. Wns Taken in Saturday's :t
-Four IUII. Foursome. II. tt
(!. (J., Monn.ilun.
tt Sept. 10. Match.
On Saliird.ij, iiltoriioon at thu tt
league gioiindu the ipiostlon no In Sept. C K. O. Hall gup.
which In tlm better team. St.'l.oula'n ftowlna
or I'linnliuu. wai ilcclilcl-for this'!? 8t'1' "-'""" "l'S''"'
)ear, nt uiiy Kite. '1 ho Saints won . tt tt It tt tt tt tt tt n tt tt K tt tt tt It
liy a woiu of 2 to , and thu game. , , ,.,...,...... .
wan ,, bcut. The.. In the sixth a ''"''""J ' ' -
decision was given that pob.y' ,' """ ' - j " u -s
tcrod the whol,. game; Hampton wai , S,"""r5 t"rinc, hit. Mejcr;
glum out at third, when he appear-! """,l0, "",''' Twn,?''"1 "I'"""
ed to ho wro, ...irroltas had -flopped". e,; flr,,cU mt- ' m, '""'
ii, i. .11 ,. ii ,,., ,...,.... 2; Iiiiwp un f.illeil halls, off Williams
..vi uuii tw iiiiiiiiiiiu ai J if l iUU
However, the fact remains tha
. I. Lota 1; wild pitch. Williams;
! piiurd hall, Joy. 1'iuplrv, Darr;
the Snlnu won out. and the iliam.'!!c,,,Cr,..WoV,,rillr! l,nw "' e!",a'' X
... . lit in r MI iiiltmlna
plonshlp of I lie new ItaRiic woiu In
, hour 20 minutes.
tt tl it
th I'm tnr i lin ii.i um Tli it I ki ...t '
of four blMlclit wlns'looks Bod.a,..t $MM (MM(M
to wind up by takliiK tlio scalp of. """" uiinim iviiuiiii
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All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, whito and violet).
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the I'uiis Is no uu.'lii fp.it.
IMa ii'id Wlnnc formed tlio lint
tcry for the I'liiialious. ami I.otu
struck out two men. Ilo bhvo one
pass to llrst, ntid had no error reg
istered iiKiilnst him. . Wlnno. did
good wnik ami held l.ota well'; the
I'un.ihou cntclicr Is a cool. Ictcl
hcnilcd pliorr, ami can' be relied
upon ut ii pinch.
I'or tlio Sal ii In Williams pitched
a good r.iiiic. Ilo Ktru.k out nliiu
men nnd nlluwed one man free trans
portation tn the initial Hack. Har
ney Jny did the blg-mltt net. and
although ho allowed ouo ball to pasj
him, he was there with the Roods.
lernaniiez, on first, missed ono
from Drclcr, mid in tlio nttempt to
mako It fell on his face. This al
lowed llrtins to score, and as that
was in tlio last half of the ninth,
tlio Ratno wont to tlio Saints.
Thcro wiib n preliminary camo.
and after nine Innings tlio Marines
defeated the Military by n store of
2 to 1. It was a line game and tlio
half-wets did woll In winning from
tho loinhliicil Cavalry and Infantry
nine. Tho Marines were tlio first to
score, nnd they madu ono run In
their third inning. They added ouo
more In tho rlxth, and then led by
a score- of 2 to 1. Thu Military
team mallo una run In their seventh
Inning, nnd that was all they could
do in tho way of scoring.
The two games attracted qtilto n
eiowd of people, but tho rain that
felt n town kopi n number of fans
iiway. The olllclal scores of both
games nru as follow:
Marines ft o i n o i o n n 2
Military o n n (i n ft l (i n i
Summary Two-luho hits, Ilrndy,
McCall, (llhton, Thompson; b.iulliro
hits, Williams, Kumuicl, l.einn, Wal
ters; ilouhlo play, McCall-Hlorp;
strut k out, by Olliwin S, Hell 7;
bases on called balls, off Gibson 1,
Holt t, wild pltih, Hell. Umplro.
Darr, scorer, Woodruff; time of
game, l nour tn inlmitea.
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we will come to the rescue with flood old
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MONT IOUGE WINES
TUB WINKH 0V UONNOISBRUIII
Wi deliver In nil lrli of ili( rlly lwn iUU.
1'AMIW TJIADK A SI'KOIAMV
wk miAiiANTKK nun nnnii
TWO GAMES AT '
ASAHIS AND C. A. CS.
urinvr1 irn nr winTnne " I
jj iivium T,8 iermH,n nl Kaplolani Park1 '
lovers of horso-riielnir will lm ntiln BANVARD & FRANKLIN
, . , , 'to sco n good slashing go between' AcTobatio Sketch Team
Oahu Juniors Have Grounds for Aft- L,nle jiooro and Mary Wlnkolfleld. riininr TliriTrn
crnoon-Mu Hocks and Pala- TllC8 two matcs nl0 llIBlchcd to HMP WF TflFATrK
mas Oct Beaten Easilv Orcat ,, i...ir n .,.. -' M- I IIL.fll Lilt
Hooting byjhe Crowd. . I T10 mnreg llHV0 bccll , trllllK forJ
i... i... A.1.1...1. .. 'f0"10 tl" !'. "I '"'Hi lno liii-l
' morons followers who nro going to
tcrday iiflcriiwii there were two ,,, lcr filItIl ,, I(Jlcy 0 tl(;lr
games of baseball, and tho Oahu Ju- rcspcctUc fancies.
nlors pimlded the sport. Thcro was "HI Hockley owns I.lzzle, Moore,
a rnlr-slzcd crowd present, and tho ! although Mary Wlnkclllcld ilo-
fans worked oertlifiu on rooting leatcil I.l.zlo on July J, Hill Is not
stunts. discouraged, us ho considers that his
The llrst ganio was put up by tho ''iro can win this time.
Mil Ho ks iiliil Asalils, and It result- There Is much speculation us In
ed In u runaway victory for tho Jup-' "io winner of today's rnco, and sov-
ancso outfit, which won by tho scoro eral now lints nnd suits of clothes
of 8 to 1. Tho N'lppoiieso seemed to l"e been wagered on tho rosult.
bo nblo to do us they liked with the T'io raco will stnrt nt 3 o'clock, mm
Chinese team, mid tho way thoy. by that time there should ho u big
jiiiuutMi inu runs oui wns ii iroai , vlu" I'lvcvui. ut jupiuiaiu ran.,
from the Japanese riolnt of vlow.
Tho Mu Hocks scored their soil.
tary run In tho llrst half of thu
ninth Inning, mid It was L,. Tin who
DOTS AND DASHES.
Thcro will bo two games of ball
did tho trick. Tho Asalils ktartcd nt Ul Athletic Park grpunils this
things going lirst rattlo out of tho """noon. T'o nrst spasm will bo
box, nnd six runs were piled up by mit "' " "10 c- A- c- Juniors and
them In tho llrst Inning. Then In u, Asalils. uml tlio sccondk game
tho fourth they added ono more, nnd wl" ,)0 oelw1" Ho Pnlamns nnd the
tho. score stood nt 7 to 0. In the M" llocks, which should bo a sgood
eighth Inning tho Asalils mnilo ono 8tru880 rom 8,nrt ""Isb.. .
run moro, and that wub ull tho scor-l ' r
lug they, did. Tho Out,rlgger. Club will 1io phop-
The iccond game was between the crl' represented on , (tegnftn f Oay.
Palamas and tho C. A. C. Junlurs.l ani1 Vliiicutf 0(niHeiMus derided to
and It ended In u victory for . tho' rcmaln ".' Honolulu, till nftor the
Chliicso nine, which heat tho Palntna ca"" rm0- As Al Voung Jiaa ro
Iiojb by a scoro of 3 to 1. Thoro tur,lc,l 'mi Hawaii, tho Outrigger,
was no score by either side till tho (;lul cnno crow wl H Ibu sjuiq
eighth Inning, when tho Chinese1"8 t,mt r lal 5car- l ' " l '
piled up thrco runs. The Palamnsl
scored In their Imlf of tho olelith.l "cr J. Travis, tho golf export.
and ono was nil thoy could make. was ,,ca,'m ''' 'crt A. Gardner of
In tho ninth Inning neither sldo ',' ll"1"""10 ,"I " " ngust
scored, mid tho gnmo ended in n win
(lanlner won by ono up In
BW BV FORREST
Wilkinson Shows Good. Form, but Is
Hot Fast 'EnonghUBclny- Race
Also Oocs to Forrest.
Ono of tlio best skating races seen
In Honolulu for u lung time was
that last' night between 'Joo" lAr
rcbt and (loorgu Wllkliibon. It ib-
Bitttcil In u win for l-'orrest by four
jurds, and tho tlmo was 3 minutes
lti betonds. Tlio uionwcro closo to
gether all thu time, and never ut
any part of tho rnco was there moro
than n live-yard gup between tho
At tho start Wilkinson bad the
Ilitldo running, and ho went nwuy
at a smart illp, with Forrest on his
heclB. In this milliner they run fur
thrco lapo, when Purrcst saw an
opening uml shot through to tho
front, u in Id cheers from ull the Ho
From that on the rnco wns u closo
ono, uml several times Wilkinson
camo right up on Torrcst, who, how
ever, held his own right up to tho
lulshlng line. ljrrest hud nlready
raced three miles against threo other
men, and consequently was not so
fresh u Wilkinson.
Tho llrst rnco of tho evening was
a relay ono, and Marcus, t Haptlbt
uml I-'reltas took a go ut Forrest.
Thu threo skateis hud to do ono mllo
each, whllo Forrest had In civor tho
full instance. Forrest ciilni-,1 n Inn rv A. A Illvimi
on tho llrst man, and although tho Huns ft o 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0r,'e"lal0 ,rack "" August 12. Ilo
other two did their best to mako Itlllaso hits 0 ft 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3, c"vcrc,l1 tw" ,a',a ,,f, lll balf-mllo
mi n.n.- ,...i,i .,.., i.v.....,., ...i.... I truck In 1 minute 9 4-15 seconds.
-!-, ...v. VOX... ....V. .....VOL Wlfll t t,4.il,.
from tho last man by ono lap and, Huns ft ft o 0 0 0 0 1 ft 1 1 'l110'11 ,,rovo hn 2ft0-horscpowor
fifteen feet. The time for tlio thrco llaso lilts 111U1001 1 61 !,ellx "ver lno traek- "'"' ,l10 Bl,ce(l
Riininmrv Twn.li.,111. I.llu Almnir. "u "" wonucnui.
Lopes; left on bases, C A. P. 4, Pa
llium 9; llrst huso on errors, C. A. O.
From the Hickard Circuit
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Admission 15o.. 10c,
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
The Greatest Australian Tenor
WISE & MILTON
Singing, Dancing and
Learn to. Dance
for tho Chinese. Tho ufflelul scores "'"" "ics. nnu tno valo mun
of both cames wero iik follow: pnrteil that his winning of tlio
Ml! HOCK. champions! i last jcar was no lluko.
Hun ft 0 ft t) 0 ft ft 0 1 1
Hasu hits 000 1010021 T,,c S"1"18 nfnil team defeated
AaAIII. , l I""t"lfc ball-toshcra nt tho
Huns tiu'o 1 00 1 0 K ,e,,KII Krouinlii jestcrday by a scoro
llakn MU i ii no n in n " of '" ' n- Tho billet doux bunch
. Summary Two-base- lilt, Peter-I '" ""' ",l'l'"cl i- '"' next Sun
son; sacrlflco hits, Murakami. Ko-''1"' 1"r,llnB another ganio will be
Jlina. Duck; loft on buses, Mu Hock i""" ' """ '""
5. Asahl fi: llrst basu on errors. Mill
Hock 4. Asabl ft; hit by pitcher, Ma- Tllla """""on at tho league
nuka; struck out, by Wah Kul r,, T.sr1'",n,1,, ,ho 'J'tary basoball nlnp
Morlyama 8; bases on called balls. ""' I""' l,,e onai i.uarus. nnu
Off Willi Kal 4 T Mf.rlvn.nn wll.l ,l,e PimnllOUB Will tBCkle tllO Mn-
" ' ' - .!.. .!!. I. . ....... .
ah Kal 2; passed balls,"""- '" "s nnu wiiimry icains
Umpire. II. Chilling- V" """ ir miru p.aco. wiiu
worth; su.rcr. Sam Hop; tlmo of l,,u """ miming scconu.
l?ntnn 1 linnr ft .iiliiiit..a ,
" - - -- - I ,, .... . .
minify uiiiiiciu nroKO a record in
nillcu was 10 mniites 13 1.2 seiomls,
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No cables with reference to the
IMdln MnilUon, tho clever loung
-- i'mhii v, Mini lilirn mi (.nuin, v, II, u- t . .
play of Mrs. Coulter In tho mainland l. I'ntiiiin. i ,Imi.i.. iav sin-ii.,.,- ,,oxcr. Is ow Instnllcd at Potu
toimls tournaments have so fur been to Tin Veil- struck out by Ah In 1. "',r""',, ",ace tho waterfront,
received. Knnin, ,1; ,)alie. ca,ci, baIl8 oft Kl U nn export at tho physical nil-
mi " mum, nun no ib lining great
work at Haron's.
Joo Mcdiiru la looking nround for
u match with nomconu his weight,
and It may litipponi that somconu
will put on a boxing show before
Tlio party that wunt down to Ivii
ena Point Had a great tlmo among
tlio lUli ami biiila water.
No matter how hot it is outside, if you can keep cool
INSIDE you're all right
Climb out of your office chair and see our mixologist
"It's The Fashion
i'ho Two Jacks,
Hotel ntmr Fori
"For Rent" cards on sale at
tha Bulletin olflcs.
King and Nuuanu
DICK SULUVAN .'ruptltlnr
.ill 1110 I) ,)
THE AGE OF '
sci i:tists nistfiiii:i: vi:u in:
M'JIIIKIt or viait.s TIIK
i:itni has iii:i: ia kxi.st-km'i:.
Tho researches of tho first students
of geology showed them (hat there
must !mo bten vast uges In the
world's history ages during which
thousands of feet of rocks werq laid
down under wuter, ugoa during which
strange races of animals camo Into'
being, Nourished nnd then passed
away to mako room for oilier strange
races. Tho theologians did 'not ac
cept this, and thu hiittlo rngud for
years, tho scientists maintaining that
tho "days" wcro periods of time per
haps millions of years long
Hut no sooner hud peaeo been pro
claimed than a new dispute arose.
Tho gcologlstA did not pretend to "
mcitsitru the earth's ago exactly, hut '
caluclated that 30i),(j0rt,000 years was
u modest estimate. A now tcienco
was being developed by' the physllc
Ists, and their calculations put tho
earth's ago ut only from twenty to
thirty million )eurs.
Now comes another order of scien
tists, thoso who aro Investigating
those ijucer elements, radium, helium
and tho like. All thu wld Ideas of the
properties of tlTlngs hiuo been upset,
for boiiim of Ihosn now mid wonderful
substances have the htriingo power of
litiiiBiormlng tlicinselvco Into new
forms of matter It Is ver now,
but already It Is announced (bat tlif
geologists ueeiu In bo right. Freshly
mined thori.iulte contains an iimuunt .'
of Dm new substiime. hullum, that It
would luku 2 Id million jeurs to gen.
eriite, us liieiiiHircd by c.uefiil experi
ments, lieiiin, Dial Is Ibu liilnluililii
ago that Urn world must limn Trial
KXpt'lllllrlllu upon pttl'hblellil .Willi to
Kltit a similar insult, wlu-u tlio new
uml morn eiru nxpurlifienu nlrvmlr
begiiii inn inmplsiiNl llisy Mici (n
Ii.ivh proof thu l will satisfy all doubt
era Ho lliMiMiluDuu limy U vinlHSiii(J
by h wtbu.l uf msmiei llwl wj WB
ii.hwI uf wbN ihii flrsl ym in
IwiMiimr hi rtttik H HfHDBigf
UM Ul lll HUMI fBMiMillHK StUdlM.
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