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EVENINQ. ByLLEXIN,. MQtNO.LULU,T.,H, MONDAY,,. MAR. 11, 1912.
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HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
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NAMED AFTER THE PATRON SAINT OF THIS CITY, THI3
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UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAME8 WOODS
FIGHT GAME MAY
Sheriff Jarrctt Tallq of Putting
, On the Lid Owing to
C0L0RAD0S TAKE THE
SECOND GAME. OF THE
SERIES FROM HAWAIIS
Gloom Rests on the Bleachers
When Redoubtable B, Joy
Fans With Bases Full,
GILMIIE-DE MEIift MILL LEAVES
BAD TASTE WITH THE RING FANS
"Tin' only (imlur ending to this
mill would lip It somo real lighter
Jumped Into tin ring mill l"t liotli f
thrill to Bleep." remarked n ringside
Tim Colorado inaili' It horse mill
horse jestcrilny iirternoon, when they
won Ihelr game with the AII-llaualK
6 to, 4. Now comes tho ruhlier, nmt spectator or the rSllmorc-Do Mcllo uf
whcii It Ih phi)od off, prolmhly next fiilr Saturday nlRht.
Sunday, 11 M of money Is npt tu Tliat was a shrewd summing up or
chntigo huniR Rencriil sentiment. The crowd wns
Thn locals thought they hud tho fore nt Slim Clllinorr- for wlmt looked
Am the. result of Saturday night's 'game on toast In the ninth, when, with life foul tactics, ami for his general
mill, when Referee Joo CohcnV draw tho ncnro lis above noted, the buses deportment IiikIiIc the rope, and, sore
decision Kent Ollmnrc oft the hunillc to full nnd no one gone, Harney Joyenmo nt Do Mcllo on account of the hchnvlor
tho extent of taking a punch nt tho to tint. Draw tho curtnln. friend; liar- of his olllclouo nml altogether objec-
Veferce, and inuilo nil experienced llRht ney struck out. The next two men tlonnhlo innnnRcr. Jockey Willis,
fans l.ellcvo that their hcnrlng had were retired, nnd the sorrowing funs ut whatever tho personal feeling
w,,,i,uu. 1...1, iT..ri...i 11 u iow.il. iiled nut nf the cntc. of tho fans and It was n, partisan
hlo that the I
tlin Hull! nntim
ilia's team, went to the former I to 1, K"" to gong-He .mciio was ceriamu
pii uuccicii, u is possi- men uui oi me kiiiv. - -j.
police will put the lid on J Tho first rjiiiio of tho douhle-header, iiiidlcnro howlliiR for one man or tho
uo here. Iielwecn the 1'. A. C. nnd tho Ciillfiir- '"'" to 'knock his hlock ofl" from
Bottled 'J, Beer
Dallied by the
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GONSALVES & CO., LTD, Quen Street
At their Battllnn
Well Drilling: Co.
Pr M. POND, Pre.
compluti: i:ucip.mi:nt ivm auti:sian wi:i,i. nuii.t.-
IMI. KSTl.MATKH riJItNIHIIIIII.
In tho ring uftrr tho battle, and out
sldo .tho Orplicum for an hour ufter
the sirup was over, tho crowd surged
backward and forward, threatening,
disputing and occasionally exchanging
u pumli or n for Rood luck. There
were those that thoiiRht (lllinorc had
been robbed, and thoso that thoiiRht
ho should he hanged for trying to Ret
Ciihcu. AttoRctbcr, the urRiiment was
pretty Reneral, mid half n dozen pu
llco reserves hml their hands full,
keeping some semhlnncc of order be
fore tho partisans dispersed.
Sheriff Jarrctt stated this inornliiR
that there had been so much complaint
over Saturday night's mill that ho hud
the nutter of hhuttlnir down thpRumo
entirely under serious consideration.
"It was after mldiilRbt before things
had iUlotert down," said tho sheriff this
InornliiR. "There, was loo much disor
der both Inside nml outside tho build
Iiib, and before" any mora permits are
tissued wo must hao assurance that
boxers and crowd will beliuvo 1 1 1 r jj l -selves,
I can't say dcllultely that tho
boxInR Rnmo will bo closed here, hut I
ran 'say that tho matter Is behiK seri
i While thero wus absolutely no oe
irusc for Ollmoru's hot-headed and
'rowdy act, he at least m.ido amends
as soon as his head cleared, by IicrrIiir
Cohen's pardon. Tho latter said It was
all rlfilit, nnd the two shook hands bo
I foro leaving tho. ring.
ufter ii fairly Rood giimc. 'he luckiest Doxer who ever pounoeu
Score by Innings: padded annus, In getting his perforin-
All-Iltiwnll 0 0 0 U 1 1 : 0 01 called n drnv. It was Ollmore's
Coloradc I 0 2 0 U ,'l 0 0 0 "S"' " cvlr' rnu'ul ,mt " l"xl" "lul
Summary Three-baso hits. So.ires, seventh, when lip .Mcllo Had n siuuie,
Joy 2; ImseM on balls, oft Ilushnell 2, n" lMO ""' """ """" """-" """
HennhiR V, wild pitch. HennhiR; ai.out even. wutsme oi meso lour.
-....i. ... i... ii. i i unmore nan innms ins own way, aim
rki iivm mi( tivMiiiiih O) (iiionvii
balls, Soarcs, Scully; hit by pltchtr,
Umpires, Anilerum nnd Itlce.
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JE'yliiiiBKsTstTATJI iJritHBBi'iifwiSII JlJtSsB'
WILL SELL GOODIES
On .March 1(! thcio will bo a delica
tessen ualo iu the, I'rnmollbii Commit
pica's looms, under tho auspices of tho
Kliig'i Daiighlers. It Is Intended tn
j liavo It u ncur-St. 1'atilck a Hair.
. Orcen will Iiq tho color In particular
nnd tho packnRcn will bo I led up with
JKtccn strlnir. Tho nroccods en to.
ward (ho expenses uf tho "Homo".
Tho laillcH in charRo will ho Mrs.
I C. KwIiik, Mls Uvclyn M. Urunitniinii,
mntinn uf tho homo; Mrs. Chaster
l.lvliiRHlon, .Mm. WcliHlcr, Miss Nina
I). Krasor, Mm. Mnusufat, Mrs. J.
Dlckncll and others.
that he lost his bend completely, and
tried to land nu .Ileferoc Joe Cohen
when he found that iinother Rlovo was
JiehiR held nlntt besides his own, while
iittirly Inexcusable! Is by no means
surprising. I'rob.ibly to Ollmore, ns
tu iimd cery InlelllRent irght fan in
the blR crowd, Cohen's decision came
, llko a bombshell. !! every rule of
tho Riimo tho llRht belonged to tho
IVI..m u......n n. nl.A If (l1mtl
thought he fouled l)c Mcllo by hitting
The last of the scrips of dual nth- him low In the third round, ho should
letlu meets between ruiiahou, Kumo- liuvo been ilNquallllcd then and there.
hamrlui nnd" High School, pulled off With Imlh men on their feet nt tho
Saturday iiflernoon with Knm and Illgh end of the fifteenth, (lllinorc had 70
ns tho principals, enmo out Just about ! per cent, the best of It. and that's
ns expected, the Kam athletes parry- enough tn Justify a decision uny duy
Iiir off tho lonK" end of the score by of tho week.
a margin of ho points. As tho dope- Showing Disappointing.
sters had It figured, High was stroiiR Tho llRht wasn't u particularly Rood
In the i.prlnls. while tho distances, ono to wutth. It was u bugging match
WelRhts and Jumps went to Kuinelm-jthrouKhout. with both men doing
ineha. Furthermore, Kam had tho clumsy work and nverlooklnR many op
more evenly-balanced team, taking u 'portniiltles to land lelllnc blows, till
majority of the seconds and thirds. (more did some effective Jabbing with
When It wa.s iinnounecd Friday thathls left, hut with his superior height
Illll Itlce and J-ul Tin would bo In thn ""-' f''cl ' should have put De Mcllo
High School 'ranks, tho Iliillotln out In six rounds. 1 lip Portuguese, ror
forecasted Kuin tn win tho meet by a his part. In spllprof. his slwkr tmlld
inarRln of. 10 points. At the last inn-."".'I 'hip muscular development, dl.ln't
The T. M. S. Parcel Delivery
FOR - AND DELIVERS PACKAGES TWICE
Agents Alexander Young Hotel Laundry
FAMINE RELIEF FUND
OVER EIGHT THOUSAND
The Chinese famlno relief fund,
Vlifoli tho diffqreut committees Inno
been raising finm tho kainaaliiaK, now
liiuountH to JSiriO.li.'i, acciirdlng tu the.
chairman of tho accnuntti (omnilttpa.
Yostordiiy, Hon. W. It. Cuslle, who
Iiiir a .Sunday school clas.s In tho Kn
wnlnhno Chinch, rocolvcd from his
buys n contribution of $7.00, which,
milled to tho original amount, makes
tholotnl $8tr,7.Gj. The money will bo
cabled to China ns soon ns possible.
rontiliir and, (loud Looking Tho
Evening Hullo tin.
luent IjiI Tin whs forced to scratch,
but had ho been nblo to compete ho
would probably huvo pulled up tho
points for his tuim so us to make tho
difference, iiliout as doped out from tho
llgurcs obtained In practise trials.
Captain Harold flodfrey, Knmelin
incba's crack track leader, competed
for tho first tluiu In many weeks, ho
having been laid pp by Illness slncn
Inst January, lie showed the vltects
of his long absence from the track,
third place III tho 440 being tho best
lip could do.
Tho Interscholastle championship
meet, between I'unahnii,
Kam, comes oft next Saturday
Following were. Salurday'H results:
loo-yard dash Hlranakn (II. 3.), 1;
f (II. K.), 2; Spemcr (K.), 3. Time,
seem to hap uuy kick at till Mlhnoru
took Ills baldest bluws wllhout lllnch
lug, nml It's doubtful whether On Mcllo
could hao dcllxered a clean K, O.
Iiuiieli with a free swing at his oppo
In the third De Mcllo sank tn the
Moor and claimed a foul, going through
all the motions of extreme agony.
When Cohen started to Count him out,
however, bo scrumbled to his feet and
commenced lighting ngnln. Half n
dozen experienced rhiR critics who with
In a position to sec tho rally of In
lighting that linmrdlatcly preceded the
claim, say that (lllinorc did not foul.
Certulnly, on several occasions It
looked as though he wero striking dun
grrouily low, but Do Mcllo was so
often doubled up In Ills efforts to os-
capp punishment, often with Ills left
kneo raised, that It was hard to tell
Just where In the middle section the
blows did I'ind.
Do Mello Game.
Itoui the tenth to tho end of the
mill Do Mcllo fought with his left 'eyo
completely closed. He sported n ter-
rlllc looking optic, which must bavu
hurt him more than a little. There Is
no doubt that toward the end of tho
light Ilia lortiiRUC'o proved himself
In bo game, but Rameness doesn't, or
shouldn't, count ngnlnst actual bluws
lauded, and apparently Do Mello's sec
onds were ns much surprised as iiny
ono nt tho decision. Jockey Willis, who
made himself n general niilsiinro nil
throiiRh the light with his shouted di
rections to hl& principal, and shoutid
abuse Id tho other fellow, threw his
nriiil around Dp Mello's neck 111 u
most touching, manner when he real
UpiI that ii draw had been given.
The real class of tho evening was
tho seml-wlnd-up. between Trier and
Wller, two soldier lads. They fought
six clean and Interesting rounds to n
Tho llrst two prelims wero sad af
fairs, tho feature being, thn confident
way In which Young Onus turned and
walked out of tho ring tho Instant ho
dropped I'rlnee with a right to the Jaw.
(inns knew that he had handed out a
real Insomnia pill, and didn't tako thn
trouble to hear his opponent counted
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WOLGAST TO FIGHT.
SAN 1'IIANCISCO. Cat.. Mar.
i. Ail Wolgast. lightweight
champion of the world, who ar
rived yesterdio for a week's en
Rjigiment at a local vaudeville
house, has no well defined Ideas
as tn when he will step Into the
I lug tn defend his title, (leu
erally speaking. Wolgast has fix
id upon the Fourth of July as
the dale for his first bout, but
thcro are so many "Ifs" In Von.
mvtloii with this choice that It
can not bo taken for granted.
"I Isipp to be able tn light on
the Fourth of July," said Wol
past, 'but will not (sny for cir
tain. IJverj thing depends iiimjii
how I feel. I have been offered
IIS.OOQ for my end to box In
l.os Angeles, and It looks as if
Joe Ithcrs would bo my oppo
nent lie has been Improving
wonderfully and ought to make
a good light"
., a, I, .3, .j. 4 ,, ,, , .; .j .j, f $ . p
a t: n
ONLY HALF A
WILLIAMS ANB WINNE WON BY
CLOSE MARGIN OVER LONG ROUTE
Duke Kiilunamoku won tho 100
yards scratih competition hi New
York .March 2 by tho scant margin of
half a foot. Only ill the last few
stCPkts. according to Coast ill.patiho,
did tho local man earn his Tight to tho
That Duke's time was 57 1-3 shows
that he Is not yet at his best, and that
he has not mastered tho Irlcks of lank
subliming, which Is generally consid
ered faster than In open water. Duke's
rciord ui.idu here last August Is W 2-C
for the 100, made. In thu harbor.
The brief dispatch Idling of Duke's
success Is as follows;
NKW YORK. N. Y., Mar. 2 Thn
I'll) Athletic Club team of New Yor
won the 400. aril national relay swlui
uilug championship rare by an ax
tromely cloe tuurglu In 'is own tank
toulyht Tho Chicago Athletic Asso
ciation team was defeated by what'.
loo!, oil tu he but a fraction' nf an Inch. .
Trto New York Athletic Club team flu-
fshed third. The winner's time was
3'5ii :-.'. Duke Kahiitiamokii of thn
Honolulu Swimming Club won tho
100-yard scratch race b' half 11 foot In
57 1-5 seconds.
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When the wireless message rrom
Krtiial. telling the result of Haturday'H
bowling on the Garden Island, Vouched
hec, It was found that Williams mid
Wlnne, tho local cracks, had taken thu
'lllgh and -""Kill"" ciidurniico contest rolled Sal
ay at Alex- Innl'iy ' J11"' 109 l,lnH" T,,,B wnsgood
nei.s to mo Honolulu inns, won were
walling anxiously for news of hojv tho
other pair fared.
With 11 team averagn of 173, Wil
liams and Wlnne looked In hnvo tho
I..... .I.I...ImH l.n l..n,r
One mllo race-Jones (IC), 1: Amos"""u" l""""' ' "-.,". -
(K.). Si'llenjamln (K.)! 3. Time. B:IS. ,r'""" lvilril. but there was always
SSO-ynnl dash-DwIglit (II; S.l. 1; '' lllulR0 ,,f " M 8l'0rc ,,?I1K "l"',,
Hlranakn (II. S.), i; Alau (K.), 3. '! '- bolters and Muser, who are
Time. 31 sec. isoiuo rouers 111 coiupeiiiioii.
13-pound shot put-Kuonohl (K.), 1; ! Tlln r,,ulnK Mrn t,8lur"' w"" l!
u-.:.. m-v ... 11, u iv in- nesscd by only 11 scattering luuulful
tances, 3D feet !i Inches, 39 feet 1
liicli, 3S fect'2 1-2 Inches.
Huunlng broad Jump Ilrandt (K.),
1; l'nrker (II. S.). 2; nosn (II. K.). 3.
Distances, 20 feet 5 1-2 Inches, 20 feet
1-2 Jnch. 19 feet 4 1-2 Inched.
HO-yard dash Itlce (II. 8.), 1; I Ills-1
nesscd by only
of enthusiasts, which a a. pity, as It
was well worth seejug.
Following wero tho scores:
Williams 171, 175, 153, 170. 189. 1.
174, 181, 1SI, 1C, 153, 171, 158, 171!, 17'J,
243, 188, ly. 10'J, 11. Total, 354li;
Wolters Total, 31.17;
Muser Total, 3355; average, 167.73,
Grand Intnl. 11812; average, 170.30.
Tluiu of game, 2 hours 20 minutes.
"blowed" tho 10 phi qnlto
TI10 alley recnid (24B) put up by It
Loltus Ibis month was given a eloso
jdiavfl by Williams, who rolled 215,
Wlnuo luys ho rolled his usual av
erage, Williams and W'llmi will be kept
busy defending their title.
(K.). 3. Time, ."verago, 177.2
soy (K.), 2 1 (lodfrey
12-pound hammer throw Apau (K.),
1; Spencer (K ), 2; I'arkcr (II. B.), 3.
DNauccs, 124 feet 4 Inches, 120 feet
8 1-2 Inches, 111 feet!) Inches.
220:yurd low hurdles, Hoaa. (II, 8.),
1; Ilrandt (K.), 2; Illpa (K.), 3. Time,
8M)-ynnl dash nice (II. H.), 1; Ilin
Jainln (K,), 2; Jones (IC), 2. Time,
Illuming high Jump Ilrandt (ly) nnd
Illpa (K.), tie; l'nrker (11, H.), 3.
Height, 5 feet 1 hall.
Half-mile relay Won by High
School, Ilosa. I'arkcr, Illranuku und
Dwlglit composing llio ttiuiu.
Nellher-uf the rollers hud remark'
For news mid (ho truth nlmnt It nil
people buy the II ii 1 1 0 1 1 11.
The 10 phi was glued to thu alley.
Wlnno 109. 189. 175. 180. 157. 158.' "Kewiso 1110 1 seemeu 111 00 iiaiie.i
193. 160, 156. 180, 183, 163, 149. 159. ir,7,''l"Wii on the tenth frame of Williams'
16.', 146. 185, 169, 164. Total, 3213; .--" sumo,
iivernge, 168 8.
FATHER ON SIBERIA
On board tho Siberia today In D, W,
Fisher, father of Hecrctury of tho In-
lurlor l'isher, whoso personality Just
nnw Is Interesting to Hawallans.
Mr. Fisher nnd his family nro going
nut to thu Orient nnd plan to make, n
trip ocr tho trans-Hlbcrlan railwny
In Moscow, St, IV.trrshurK and Paris,
returning liy way nf the Atlantic. J"lsli
or senior Is 11 well-known capitalist.
Ainnsa II Ciiinpbill. ono or tho fore
most mining operators of tho West,'
died nt Spokune. Wash, of rancer of
ths tliioat, lie was 17 years of age.
Die State Department Is to Investl
gate a reiorled Japalieso colonization
m In me nt Magdulciut Hay.
pins, 6921; uverago,
Tlmo of giiine, 3 hours 5 minutes,
Scorer, I. Scharlln; umpire, W. Chll-
High single game, 215. by Williams;
low single game, 116, by Wlnne; high
doublo game, 407; low doublo game,
Williams startqd oft his high game
with 11 fine strike, and then got thn
19-10 split, .which ho almost made,
mixing up tho plus hi great shape. Ho
then rolled seven perfect stilkes 111
11 row, mid should h.ivo I1111I 11 doublo
mark 011 tho last frame, tho 7 pin
wobbling halt-way off tho alley. Ills
extra roll was" another strike.
I'lus. rilrlkes. Spares, Splits, llrukes. Score. Score- Avcrugo,
Williams 3515 78 80 25 24 215 153 177.23
Wlnno 337C SO 100 26 24 19.1 116 168.F0
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