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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAV, MAY 17, 1912.
Just what you want for
lunch is what we serve.
Try the lunch
your way home in
at noon and on
GAME DECISIVE I
??& -JxS $
' $! ? !! $
DUKE TO SWIM ON SHIP.
Leaders In the Interscholastic
League Meet for Next
to Last Time.
A novrl trnlnlng arrangement
for the uso of the Olympic
swimming tenm while on board
the Finland, (ho steamship thnt
will carry It. to Europe, linn
been dcvicd hy Olto Wnhle,
the (Swlnyrdnir hnnillciuipcr.
' This'conststs of ii tank nliout
f0 feet long, which will be
rlsseil up en the ilerk of the.
ship nod filled with unter.
Arrn.s-the. tnlilille of It will ho
rlKXOil n -crossbar, to which the
Hwliiiiicrn will ho Htrnpppil.
According toi Wnlile. the
HUltniiHTR will thin ho nhle to
ro through the motion of
swimming In much the same
iniiiiiicr uk piirinon In n stn
llonnry rowing tnk
to n n
is1" '- Vi i
Bottled by the
CONSALVES & CO, LTO., Gueen Street
At their Oottllng
The umlcruorhl Ii.im lost some of ItH
stellar lights In the Tltmik wreck.
There went down 'with the Kicat White
Star liner u Hock of buzzard nf the
sea, humnii vampires who preeil on
the passenger crossing the Atlantic,
men uluur mission In lire Inspired
Wilton Mlzner's pla, The (Jrey-hoiiml."
It la Impossible to net the names of
HOW THEY STAND
Rcrjatta Committee of Hawaii
Yacht Club Has Attractive
Plan For Cruises.
We know everybody and understand
Pilnnliovf nnil HIrIi School will
break their tlo for llrnt placo In the
lntrrscholastle League tomorrow, when
the nip KClii'itillPil to meet lit Alex
ander l'lehl. ThP Riime Is lino of thP
ni(wt Imporliint of the school series 111
llRht of the fnct Hint High lms de
veloped unexperteil strength, nnil Unit
both 1 1 1 Mil nnil t'linnlinii linve been
rnttenliiR their average on iviimeiin-
inrlm. IncllulliiR Saturday' mecllnff.
will three giuno remnln for Puliation
I mid IIIkIi. nnil the comhiR conteit H
I of vltnl linportiilice to both The two
'tenm tlnsh tomorrow nnil then meet
I hi tho fln.il R.ime of the sonsnn Mny .
I J7. while both tennis have one crack
I at Knm In the Interval I
1 There ha been ho much In-and-out
bull In the IntersclinMstle League till
season thnt It' nuclei to ro on flg-
I lire In pIckhiR u winner Itefore piny
i in tu.illx (oiniiipiicpil, I'unalioii wan tho
I lifhle chnlce, Willi Knm u llRhtliiR scc-
miil nnil IIIkIi conceded no clinnep nt
nil Knm blew tip enrlv In the race,
owing to a nenrelty of pitcher, nnil u
Renerul ilemoralliitlon In the rank,
i nnil .in not llRtire bctlrr thnn lat.
I l'liiinhmi mill Knm have to llRht It
I out cvii tlv on luerltH, for neither Rets
the better of the Kclioilitlp from now
, on. mile the fnct th.it both Punu-
1ioii-IIIr1i Runic are to ho played nt
I'tilialinu can bo considered nil ndvnn-
I tnRe for the O ilm team. To offset
I thl. hoocr. IMin.ihnti play Knm on nil of thcni, for tlie liiMirl.thly Irnv
I the latter' home lot. while High and clcd under iiBmned inline. omellme
Knm hook upon the neutral Muklkl. ' u millionaire, soim lime merely n
The percentiiRe of the team to dato well-to-do niumifactuier. It I known
nre ' on the Ureut White V.i tlutt not le
P W. I Pet. than half u dozen gnngs of the trunks
wcro uniting to embark on the slcnin
er. Iteporta reached here that Home
of them Rot away in the lifeboat, mid
It Is mi oven bit on llroadwuy that
If thcro were u chance 'for u minute"
more than one got Into the boats ns
n Hiillor or,!! u shrieking woman In
"Iluffalo" Murphy. It I said, I num
bered annum- tlwe who went to tho
Hoslon . . .
Cleveland . .
Detroit .. .
St. Louis: ..
Bargains in Veranda RocKers
norm,.: itmvN si:ts ami hacks
Priced from $1.60 to $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Y"un?S Bid.
lllKh School :i
Piuiiihoii . .
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AMERICAN GOLF CHAMP
AFTER BRITISH HONORS
Ni:W YOHK. N. Y.. Mny R. John
J McDermott, tho national open Rolf bottom In tho Titanic "Old Jinn
champion of America, In on his. way Jordan I another, and Jim Kitchener
to Ilurope today In quest of other tl- 1 wild to have round hi lat "sitting
tie McDermott will Ro to Mulrlleld "Olio Arm" Mar ha found 111 last
for three weeks of prnctlo prior to "sure thing." (S"4'rton.ln nunthtr who
tnkliiR part In tho British open cham-1 1 siilft t"'luivc"'lWoutr'oii thowroiiR
I poiililp. which begins over tho links conlldcnec Riiine.
1 on June 21. j Sllvcrtnn I credited with hnvliiR
, The trip of the open rhninplon I of been Rifted with' the greatest "RaU" of
nniiHtial IntercHt iimnnR Rolfers for tho nil tho merchant sailors of tho sen.
re.iHon that It Is the first time In the TI;o story I told on the Illalto thnt he
history of the Riime that n nntlve-born was tho malnprtiR of Ml.ner's "(Ircy
Amerlenn hns nttempted to compete hound," that ho was the 'Greyhound"
for the Hrltlxli title Scotch or KnR- 1 himself. He trhvtled under vttrlou
llsh players nlunys had won thoAmcr- iillae, hi most Hticccful bcltiR that
The ynchtlnR season will shirt on
WediiPHilay, .May SS. for the niiiatriir
tar of the Itawnll Yitoht I'luli, nc
coidltiR to the proRrttm Juat tlrnwn up
by tho rcRiittn committee, which wns ,icliuiat I
ptiiiiwied In full in eicrunys iiiii- ciiicnpo
I ei in it I n rooii proRrnm. wuu
plenty of rnrhiR mid crulslnR for all
clnes of craft, nnd tho Reneral opin
ion nmoiiff ynchtsinen Is thnt Mers.
Will Youiir, II. A Wilder mid Arthur
ArmltnRP, the rcRiittn coniiiilttce, huvo
done ii Rood Job.
The openliiR crtilne will be In Wnl
niine. tho 2!llh and 30lh belliR set asl'lo
for the trip. To date the committee
ha not received positive nnsworsfrnm
all tip yacht owners, but Indications
are Hint there will be it Rood .turnout
for the Initial event of the ynchllnK
.xenr The rnchiR starts June 0, when
tho Irwin ("up will be contested bv
llrsl-cluss yacht On July 2 comes
the blR crulslnR jare to Maul, which
always IiiIiir out the best sport of tho
In all there nro elexen rnces on Hie
card, the olllclal season cIoIiir with
n packnKe race for llrst-clnss yachts stpokane
October 12 The proRrnm does not In- Tacomn
elude the short otitinR that will prnii
nbly be nrrniiRPil when the trnnspaclllo
One New Race.
Tho race to Sachem's Head, for
llrst-class yachts scheduled for Sep
tember 1ft. Is ii new event In locnl
ynchtlnR Till, looks llko' n Rood
course, the stnrt behiR from Honolulu
harbor, thence out the channel kecp
InR between the buoys, thence to mark
boat anchored on" Diamond Head,
thence to red buoy off Peal I Harbor,
lliiMihiK nt Honolulu luiibor.
The openliiR cruise I several weeks
Inttr thl year than last, the uncer
tain about seuilliiR the Hawaii to
Jhe ("oast havhiR set back the cntlro
ynclithiR machinery, lnst yenr
PERCENTAQES MAY 11.
Oaktmid 24 11
Vernon .. , 18 1 5
Los AiiRcles 17 IK
San ("rnnclsco IB IS
Sacrainentii Ill 19
Portland .' 10 20
lfOMdll . f
St l.ouls 0
TO BE BLUFFED
Comes Right Back at Mainland
Fans When They Talk About
1,. Akann, tho fnst left rieldcr of
the All-Chlneso tenm, I certnlnly n
Rood booster for Honolulu Ho Isn't
letting liny of the mainland fans put
It over him with exitRCernted chatter
SO" nlinut IiIr Ic.iruo crowds, mid comes
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IIKIII l'ULI Willi It IVW iikuii'.i iiuiMtb
Ii00 ! Hawaiian hnsebnll that should brim;
.125.,, medal from tho Promotion Commlt-
12 . .pi0 follnwlmr Interview with I..
Aknnn nppears In n Clnclnnntl paper:
"So ninny people I linve met whllo
In the United States think thnt Ho
nolulu I nn nnclent town, with cocoa
nut trees RrowliiR In Its streets. Ho
nolulu Is ns tm-to-ilfitp as urn' town
""'or Its slo In America And baseball!
J I I J PC I ,3 "y7JCTa
The nrammnr School Lciiruo lias
two Kiimcs scheduled for this after
noon Kuni Prep plays Iolmil nt Ka
iiich.iinehn, and Puliation mid Central
Uriiinmar hook up at Punnhnu.
I don't think the pcolj over thcro
could live without It. A Rood weekday
crowd Is 2000. whllo on Sunday wo
draw 8000 or 0000. Our mint 'Import -nut
Riime nro with the Jnpnneso
nines. Wn play nbont two or threo
series n yrur with them, mid then Is
when tho'thronRs uttend.
"Why don't wo play more? We can't.
Tho Rovernincnt iiuthnrltlcs would stop
our playlnR nltORethrr. It I it Rreut
wonder to mc Hint China nnd Japan
huvo not Rone to wnr Just over theso
pnine. You tnlk nbout our rnbld
fan standliiR In lino hours beforo tho
Rules open. Over Hit re the people
cmnp out on the Held the nlRht be
fore the Riime. When play Is called
tho bravest man In Hint mob Is tho
umpire. He usually receive about a
hundred letters threatening him with
death If ho doesn't 'throw' the Ramc.
Over thcro wo play to n finish; dark
ness makes no difference to player or
MeetliiR of the Honolulu Yacht Club
tonlRht at 7:30 ut the Public Scrvlco
rooms. Members should
the ! Association
Jolly tars took their Initial outliiR nt attend, us u consensus of opinion s
WOULD ADD HOUR
TO THE SCHOOL DAY
HOSTON, Mas, .May 2 "The ele
mentary nnd IiIrIi school boy Is tnoro
Pearl Harbor, and thl year Wnlanno ! desired before the schedule Is frunu.il. udciiuately capacitated for n business
Is the objectlte point. career than a coIIcro Rraduate." said
"Tho committee has ltttt It to Tlioo who have rccehed bids to tho I-yman A Uest. principal of Public,
to nmmiince extra bowlers' b.iniiuet to bo rUou by tho hchoo los, I. In wood street and ArlhiR
A. Wilder this morn- i Y. M. C. A. tonlsht ro looking for- ton iivcnuo nnd ex-prcsldent of tho
ward to u Reneral Rlad-haiid nffnlr to Brooklyn Teacher' Aoclatlon. Int
formally closa the season. ItollliiR Ii nlnhtju tho nudltorluni of his sthool
lean chiimplonshlp until
broke tho Ice lust year.
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of .1 Coleman Dru,ton, the well-known
cluhmun and milllomiire. Once he met
tho original oil'bnar"d ship, nnd that!
was n ery disastrous voyiiKe for him.
Mr. Drayton heard of tils lmperson.i- j
tlou hhd went to Silvcrton's stuteroom. I
mid, pullliiR him out of bed, udmiuls- j
tercd to him the soundest thrashing
he had ecr known. Tho Plnkerloii j
were "on the Iny" of tho eonlldeueo
iiian for ears, but could ncter Ret
miythhiR on him. The best they could
er title ha stirred the New York club do wa to keep him moving, nn lnnl-
BASEBALL CLUBS ARE
AFTER THE GAMBLERS
Ni:V YOIIK. N Y., Mny 0 Re
ports that bookmaker and Rnmblers
lmc been operatliiR heavily ut the big
Iciikuc baseball parks hero and 111 oth-
cruises." snlil 11.
Iiir "We feel that with tho Const
yachts coining here In the race, tlin
Ilnwnll club will wiint to net up somo
sort of cruise or entertulnment for tho
visitors, mid, of course. It's Impossible
to set dnte nt thl time There nro
plent. of open week-end, howocr,
and the commodore can add to the
crulslnR program n ho sees fit"
pan after live month iof
work on tho drives.
strenuous when nddresslng mi iiudlenco of Hast
INew ork parents under tho iiusplcc
of tho Cj press Hills Taxpajers nnd
Citizen's Protective Association. Mr.
Host spoke on "IMucutlon"
To prove his statement ho ' minted
from some of the most successful bus
iness men, who hmt found ninny col
J logo graduates totally Incapacitated for
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. H0PP & SON., LTD.
owners to an Investigation liver)
trace of the Rambling evil Is to be,
stamped out squarely, It I announced,
In n determined attempt to snvo base
ball, which i rushed out the sport of
horse racing in till city. The club
owners have been assured hearty po
According tv newspaper lnvestgn-
uutnry bird of pussaRC. When they
last heard of him he wa,s well llvd In
the world's Roods mid hud ii illa
somewhere on Ihe Mediterranean.
The passhiR of "HulTiilo" Murphy I
tl "cinch" according to advices from
tho other side, lie was booked on Hie
Titanic, ns usuni assuming the name
of J. W. White, the chewing gum man
McKlnley High School put Its i.ec
nud team III the Held against tho St.
l.ouls seconds yesterday, and wnlked
off with the long end of u 12 to G
u :t ::
FOR BENNETT RACE'"f l'""0KC ,,1H ""J prominent Ilium-
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' labor nnd the business world. .Mr.
llest then rend published stutemenlH
The inure mm sees of Mcflrnw's
(limits, the greater becomes the con-
It tl.ui that they are the fastest team
In baseball history. Tho National
League champions lire now winding
up their lln.il sojourn on Hie home lot
CHlCAao, HI Aviators who will
mini the entries of Kngland, Holland
mid Switzerland In tho Jmiics rinrilou
Helmet t aviation cup race here Sop
tembcr l have been named Claude
Crahanie White, who won the tiophy
III 1910. uud Dustavo Ilmumel will he
tho I"iiRllsh eulrmits, mid IMmuiid An
ilemars nnd Jan Wynmaler will head
Hie teams Hint will represent Swltzer-J
hind and Holland, respectively.
Hutruuts to repiesent Amcrlcn.
I"rauco and llelglum will be chosen In
elimination trials to bo hold beforo
These trials are to be held on ac-
berore taking to the Pullman berths i cmMt I)( (l( , ,,,, ,)f iMnstl
l.tr Hnx llk. at.l.i- iirntiml th.t VHt.m .... . ... .. t-' . .
Hon. thousands of dollars are belnsf national reputation. Murphy was
wagered hero dally on tho results of
big league gmues, most of It helm;
ventured through pools, for which
tickets mny be purchased ut n prlco
ns low as 25 cents Hundreds of theso
pools nro being operated from saloons
uud clgnr stnuds In vurinus sections of
New York nnd Hronklyn
JOY & COJ
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
902 Nuuanu Street
FINE W5NES and LIQUORS
Cream Rye Whiskey
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey
"Harvey's Special" Scotch Whiskey
Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
it stonily ocenn traveler In the spring
and summer. For the last fifteen
years he never missed n trip, nnd tho
Titanic looked to him tho biggest
game that ho had ever been permitted
to "sit In" Ho' wns "lost In tho shuf
fle" at which ho hud been so great
an adept He was one of the oilglnal
street fair fakers and sn all-arnund
"skin Riiine" mun lie never spent u
cent nnd was said to bo worth J200,
000 "Old Man" Jordan was eighty years
old, nnd they said nloiiR Hroadwny
that ho had boon cheating for seventy-live
of those years. Ho was com
fortably llxcd In I'"rance was well off.
In fact but tho lnro of the llrst trip
of the Titanic was too much for him
Ho yielded for the last time to the call
of tho sea, and "cashed In" 111 re
sponso to the call. Ho had played the
gamut of tho crooks from Riild brltks
to green Rood, mid generally Rot the
FLYNN WELCOMED TO
SCENE OF THE FIGHT
I.AS VHflAS, N M., May 9 Jim
riymi, the heayyvvelght who Is to meet
Jack Johnson for tho world's cham
pionship hire on July 4, arrived here
(night Hundreds of citizens greeted
him with a band. l'lynn begins his
training at I.iih Vegas hot springs to
morrow Al Williams, hi spurring
partner; Jack Curley, tho promoter,
nnd II W. IjiiiIkmii
I'lvnii Curley leaves soon for the Pa
cini Coast, where ho will get Tommy
Ityan Kl.v tin's head trainer, mid bring
for the llrst swing nrouiid tho Wo'cn
circuit of Tom Lynch m orfiiinualloii,
nnd riiouRh hns been seen of them
thus far to Justify the direct nssertlon
Hint they are more speedy even than
rtjift Jienr, when !tl(ey smnslied to
smlliiereens tho worms rocoru mr
base-stealliiR by any single team.
Speed, speed, eternally und overlast
IiikIv speed! Hint Is Hie cry of Mc
Ciiuw from siinrlso to durk, and there-
pilots In each oPtho throe countries.
OFFERS SOLUTION FOR " ,
I "The public and high school course
'are too many." ho continued, "becaiiso
or their wldo range of teaching, and
.are not ns greutly briielltlng us they
' should be It Is u case of 'Jack of nil
trades and master of none' Theie nro
, too many varieties of studies, which
j the children enn hardly learn thorough-
i as a resuii, inn ooy eniers ino
coIIcro unprepared for the rlRld ki hid
and unable to copo with the compli
cations of college life
"The home work should also be
abolished, mpl Instead an hour added
to the school hours, providing Huee
hours for study and a llko niiiii1.fr for
recitation and teaching It is snfe In
suy, under the watchful eyes of a teach
er n student I inoro Inclined to study
than, under tho less experienced super
vision of their parents at home."
i s f I
A Rolutloti of tho drnlnngo prnblcri
nn llerelanla avenue, oppnslto I ho Ah
I.cniig block wfia suggested by Dr',
I'rntt nt tho meeting of tho Hoard n(
In lie the unswer to tho question or Health ycritortlay nftornoon. At pros
why the niants won Hio last pennant ent water rutin down from Vlnoynnl
mid why tliry have acquired their street and gathers nbout amall tcno-
present headway In the 1912 race The monts. Ho advises to cut off tlio (low
New York outlleld I us speedy ns nny , at Vineyard or Kukiil stroots and
In the business, with tho wee Devnrc, transfer It Into tho Nininmi si ream.
sprinter extriiordlnnr. leading the Tho Hoard offorH to uupply tho unaklll
van and SnodKrass und Murray closo Pl labor to dig tho sowor trenchos fof
on his heels. And tho Inllehl Is swift
er even thnn tho great and good llrst
line of defense of Connie Muck's chain
Tho Hoard mado a lour of Inspection
yesterday aflornoifii, visiting tho homo
ilhlellcs; Tills Vlntenvnt Is for children of leprous patents, near
advisedly, after having viewed Port Shatter; tho laundry and Potior-
the rulers of tho bascbnll unlverso In , a experlmmit laboratory at Kallhl
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utispnui; tuu ivituui noiiio lor gins
and tho proposed silo of a sewer In
in Hon here ugulnst tho Yankees poor,
downlindden things that thoy are
Ilerzog uud l'letcher. who huvo sup
plnnted Devlin nnd nrldwcll respee
tlvelv at third and short, mo Doctor
of foot thnn wcro their predecessors
In their halrvnn days. Tho speed of
peppery ljirry Doylo nt second I le
gion, mid the same can bo said of
Met klu on llrst.
n tj n
On Wcdnosilay, with tho arrival ol
tho Mnrama Honolulu will groot a real
live prince llut thoro will bo no great
nuo anoiir it, ana tho cliancos are
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OLYMPIC FUND SHORT
fiRfl nnn IIP TO MAY fl "moiy-nmo 10 a minuren mat ho w
3U,UUU Ur JU IVIHI O nt como nshf)10 ot r ,ho stPBm.
! Bhlp odlcoiH Beo him llrst. Ho lu be-
Ni:w YOIIK, X. Y . Mnv 8 With , Ing deported by tho United Hint.,
iirpnmpiinl.il I Hiu date of sailing of tho American (iovornmont nnil no Blllutca will ho
Olympic team only lltto more thnn n necessary.
month olf, the American cummltteo (iiiKtnv Dlkram Is Ilia IllglinesH'
said tonight that It was nbout IBO.Ono naino, mlniia his IIHok, mid hla princl-
short of the sum needed to send to pallty Is bald to ho In Turkish Alba
Slotkholm the strongest team possl- nla. Hla rrlmo afialnst tlio United
bio. Various scattered contributions Statoa coiiBlstnd of crossing the line
come In dally, among those announced at I'liyallup, WaBh.. last month, and ol
being 50 from tho University of Mich- ( refusing to como across. wl(h the J2
Igiui and S2u lu snull Indlviduul sub- .head tux roqulied nf foreigners entor
scrlptlons To renph the sum desired, lug tho country, lloforo Ida niTeat
noo Dlkram had been lecturluc on condl-
me, tlons In Albania, attacking tho Turk.
juiib ji. ibii govorniiieiit.
Three First-Class Artists
At the r
MODEL SANITARY BARBER 8HOP
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EXIST ON ROOTS
WASHINGTON. D. C, May I. A
vivid plcturo of the horror of tho Chi
noso fnmlno wan given today in a lied
Cross roport from Charles W. Harvey
of Tientsin. Tho report was prepared
at Minister Calhoun's ronuest.
"Tho famine section Is n land vvhoro
no children nro seen nt play," Ilnrvoy
declared. "There la no grain, meal,
vogotablca or foodstuffs of nny kind
nothing oxcopt tho hark of trees,
roots, dried grasB, wild gnrtle and tho
"On tho llrst morning nut of Chlng
Klang Pul I mot a man pushing a
wheelbarrow containing u flat basket
In which was huddled tho starving
rorniH nf hla wlfa and child. Ilosldo
thorn wcro a fow charred pieces of
wood, which ha hoped to oxchango In
I ho city -for food. ,
"In all my visits nmong thrao starv
ing pcnsantH thcro was no boggliiR
no atenllng; no tours, nn emotion.
Thoy havo not leurnod to bog. Wo
found several homes In which only
ono child was left tho last of tho
family. Tlio workers In tho fnmlno
districts said It was usual for tho fa
thers to dlo first, the mothers, aocond,.
then tho oldest child, nnd tho young
est last of all showing tho oxlstonro
of affection 'and selt-sncilllco oven un
der theso conditions.
"Tho Ammicqn Ited Croas lias for
warded to tho Itullcf Cnmmlttpo in
China tnoio Ihnn $ir0,000 bIiico .Iiiii.
1, More funila are now needed. Thou
bands are dying dally. At lnebcnt tho
committee Is feeding 900,000 peaa
M 0 Spauldlng, n grandson of "Al"
Spauldlng, tho father of American
baseball, arrived on tho Sierra this
morning fur u then t visit to Honolulu.