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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, MAY 2), 1912.
Counters are Afloat with
Bulletin's Page of Sports
Shipwreck prices prevail.
You save half your money by
KWONG SING LOT CO.
Three doors Ewa from Bethel,
Just what you want for
lunch is what we serve.
Try the lunch u noon and on
your way home in the afternoon.
Bottled by th
CONSALVES S. CO.
yi - -
I AllMnDV MESSENGER BOY
Weekly Bulletin J Per Yar
LOVEJOY & CO.
Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
902 Nuuanu Street
on upper side of King Street
At their Bottling
Lnui wit l PARCEL DELIVERY
We know everybody and understand
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
S and LIQUORS
Cream Rye Whiskey
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey
"Harvey's Special" Scotch Whiskey
OAHO FOUR WINS'Got Away To Bad Start
Scries Is Now "Horse and
Horse" and Final Game
Will Be Played Saturday. I
NO PENALTIES RECORDED
Game Chaiacteiized By Hard,
Clean Play Oalui Blues
By LAURENCE REDINGTON.
It Is sthlnui ihni ii hiiiil-rought l'"l"
game booh six slashing rlil with
out a penalty Tlmt, and the Bcncrul
Kul fnlliiB and i li mi sportsmanship
which prevailed, una tho feature nf
jesterdaj's liter) for (Mini nfinlnst
the I'lflh Cnviilr) four, liy tlic close
Kinr' of 7 In u II wan a. good Bamo
from bomb In kiir lint a Balm' ot
In Milan! runs, licit rather one uf uliaily
Pln anil whim- cMcptlunnll) lino sin
Blo hits Accounts are now even be
Imili tin' loud anil thu Lcllehun
pla)ors, 1'iiiti train h.i Iiib won n riiiiio
In Ihe Informal seilos arranged some
woiks HE" Tlio rubber vv'lll h play
nl npl Sulurdn).
lliihtt. playing thru' regular llrst
string men, hud utmost nn entire
change of llno-up frnni tlio Hcd tram
nf Mn) 8. that was beaten by tlio Cav -ahy
J 3-1 In (i Tlio Cavalry bail the
xanii' four In tlio flolil. It was any
iiiio'h game up In tlio last period, when
(Mini stored twice, olni'liliiB tlio rim
tosl. Tlioic was onl) one HllBlit ucol
ili'nt to mar tlio lay, Hanson of tlio
Cavalry getting ii nasty rnick with a
llyliiB ball on tlio right shin, Just be
low tlio hnoescnp, tnwuril tlio onil of
tlio lirtb period. I In pill) I'll out the
Bamo, but ho roihi on IiIh nerve for tlio
lust seven minutes of ilny, ami was
HiilforliiB lonslderublo pain when bo
dlainnuiited. This undoubtedly slowed
up the work ot the Yellow four ilurlnB
tlio last period, but Jt Is nil In tlio
Buino, ns tbo snyhifi Boi", ami tlio
Cnvulry pin) era wore too good nports
iinii to oven murmur it n4 un oxcuiio
Tbo roHiilt was not inuoli of a sur
prise In those who studied tbo "ilopo"
In forobanil Oahu, with .Sam Hnld
win. Iliirolit Castle anil Walter 1)11
IIUKli.im at I, :' anil 3, lunl tbo stron
gest possible lomlilnatioii of forwnrilM,
uinl it w.ih a toss tip between Henry
Duiunn, who plu)cil back, ami llarobl
Dillingham, tho only other enntembr
for tbo position. Damon plnyeil a cool,
head) Kiiiiie, anil certainly ilhl his share
tnunril liriiiBbiB tho victory home. In
Siluriln,8 Emno Ailluir Illce will bolil
iliiwn tho hint lino of ilcfenno, mnl
thin nlinulil still further HtreiiBthen tlm
il.ihu cnmliliiatioti, uh Hico Is mi c
liirlenceil plajir, with all tho tricks
of the pnnttlnii at bin command
Oahu Better Mounted,
'aim wiik bitter mniinteil than In
the llrnt Buino. In fact, tho Ulnon' po.
nlei. outfooteil the iirmy inoiintH in
neni l cUry pirlod, and In oiuo of
tin m the lloitni'HK of tho locals' mounts
wuh xcry noticeable iiiuobi Cuktlo.
on Jennie O mul Helen (, opened up
dayllKht wlieiievir lie brushed with tlio
o.ivulryiucii. and Wnlter l)Uni;li.iin, on
Ills raiiBV iliestnut pony lirry the
New and the liainlv Domino, wuh nl-
inii'i i en mouiiieii u,iino)'a po
nies didn't font it with the cracks.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
I'ARls MIIDICINU CO, St. Uvus. USA,
im Xfm Til
The K.iiiiehamoba b.i'ibill t. am utarled tlie neason illh IiIbIi linpm o(
kMiib Pnnahoii u kooiI run for tbo 1 iiterKchoIaiitli' LoaKiio pennant, but
b.melull luck went (ikiiIU"! tliun and the .no lion tiillliiB the pircelitnKC
table K.lm had In i n "I, oil of pitcher h this )ear, tind the Midden ilepnrturii
of t'nptaln XimIi fiom si hool belpul In deniorallzo the team A. r!ieiiccr
wax elected captain In nilil-siasmi
The plnyim In the pli lure are SlaiiilliiB. loft to rlsht- Mr. Ilarllitt. im
xlslant coach; M. KimiiI. D Kilelallll. (I Hush, A Spencer, 'captain: (1
l.iijan. A Mitchell, Mr llopnood, co.icli Sitting J Kiiuilimia. H. I ill. soy,
W Apau C Miiiinlin. iipiiiiui.
but they li.UKlleil Mill, while Hani
llaldwln bail punleK that let him Bet
well down tho Held whtucMr the ball
wan fed up to him.
The lulMiutiiBo of tlie wind and of
deftndliiK tlio iiiauUu Eoal at Mnau.i
lu.i. wax never liitlir HIiiKtiatod than
In yesterday's Bamo, when cloven of
tbo twelve final mind wire lu.nlo ,
tl.roiiBh tbo inakal stlcl.s Tlie ilrop
of the ground, anil possihlj tlie tiel
iiib of conildenco tlmt went with tlio
ii'lwiiitnKC, lidped to Hi-nil tlio white
li. II iloublo tho tllHtalico pir bit down
Ii'-lil. Harold Castle tooK ailvautiiBO
oi wind und toll to pull olf two iuub
nllicent HhutH. ono in tlio xiioml nnd I
ono 111 the llftli. Tin Hist went from
mldlield KtrnlKlit for the post, whiro
Sam llaldwln turiinl it throufih with
it clover tap, mid the second wuh from
about tho sumo s;ct, !ut wont throufih
for u Fioro wlthoiit'atislstance. Tho
lull must buo travilcil 400 feet off tho
Makai Goal Lucky,
ualiu won the Iosh and, of cour.se.
i huso to bit ut the iiml.ul K'l.il.
ouo mlnuto uftir thu ball was thrown
In Castle had It lliiiituib for thu Initial i
Hioro of thu Buino. ,Thu Cavalry fol
lowed suit th i,ioal by jl.uison u
mlnuto ami n half laler. mid boforotbol
bill rani; Walter D(lllulium put uuoj
Tlio Hi'ttiml period Haw Ilanmll tie,
the more noon alter tlio throw -In. '
while tho CtiHtle-lialdwIii coiublnatloii i
above icferreil to follovvoil Hhorll) at-
tir Tho Caviilrj H'oreil uBulu jiibt
befme time wuh iiillid, tleliiB thesioro
ut u to 3.
In the third llaldwln But a bo.i1
tbieu uilhutiH uftir ilay Htartid. Mil
llklu Kot otT In flout lor ouo of his ru
inous urns on Ituhblt, when Boalswire
chuiiBid, but he overrode thu Until
bliot, ami Ihu ball went wide or the
postb. The Cavalry bad Vnvirul
ilianci'H to More hi thin period, ami
liail the Ilium very muili worried, but
failed to minuet. Henry D.iuiun K"l
ii llBht lull, but iieiibcr pony nor ilibr
w.ih hurl, mid only n minute's tlnio
wuh taken out.
'1 he opuihiB mlnuto of tho fourth
w.ih Hliuillod by a inarveloiibly clev
er Mop of liroiiluucr'ti, whin tlie ball
wuh In thu ulr httween tbo post lie
loiiiut'tiiMiir n sharp lilt ami Kent it
toward Kufcty and thu Hldo lioardH,
AbuIii the ('iiMilry hud plenty of
cbauiiH, but tho jioln Jinx, wboHoi'lilef
ilillBbt Is In tin n stick heads tho frac
tion of mi hull that makes tlio dlf
fuiuce between u final und nn iifiEiu
vatbiK almost, wuh in his clement mid
Win bcil overlluic. JlmiHim put tlio
ball thiuuKh for tlm only score of the
Bamo Just before linio WUH Hounded.
Tlie llftli found Oahu rejuvenated,
ami prcMthifi matters from tlio start
Castle's hltthifi Ktooil out In tills pe
riod, and two lulnutCH lifter play start
ed lie made bin si nsatlomil bo.iI from
the 1 1 liter of the Held. Doak bhowtd
well in Ihlfl period, mid inudo miiiio
very classy near Hhlo bnikliaiulirs un
der IiIh puio'h tail, nt critical points
when n r.lue. hvoro upoincil iminlueiit.
Hani Hi lit w In liinko tlio lioodoo of tlio
uppir Boil by iiuttlHK the hull IhrouBli,
and In fine llual tluio Miumleil Castle
and (IroiihiKer both ncored.
l.li'Uteniint NaInr of tho rimt I'll Id
Artllbr rcfcrccd the buiiio very cin
The tea ins fnced onch other as fol-
K. llaldwln ....
A Dillinithani ,
."SO. 1 Mllllkin
.No. 2 Hanson
. 'No T : Doak
III fi n. Lieutenant N'nylnr.
Siorer l.oiitcn.avt SoHchl.
Three Flrst-Closi Artists
MODEL SANITARY BARBER 8HOP
Bethel and King 8treets
E. G. 8ylvester, E, Qchroll, Proprietors
iikst suuviuu auAitANTi:uD
Tho ball team of the tT 8. S. Iluf
falo wantH a fiaino toinoritnv wHIihoiho
fiikt local team.
llituo ltaiilinel, the IlnwallH cntoli
er, lenvoH for the t'o.iHt today for a
hIx weeks' ac.it Inn.
Tbo Hill Junius' ilnueo coincn off next
Saturday nlfiht. Tlioso who want to
help nloiifi the Dtiko Kuhaimmoku fund
nlmubl bit tleketH even If they can't
attend. Tho affair will bo held at the
Infantry Bnlfers nt I.ellehim linvo
lost the lonR clxlli hole of their links
by tho coniliiB of tbo I'lrst. That rcB-
I Inn lit Is rnm pod mi most of the r.r.o
vurds of fair Brccn that wuh tlm prldo
mid Joj of Major Smith's heart.
Thu rountry Club Rolf course woulil
bo In Bond nhupo for low HcoriiiB If
tlie Krccns weif u trifle Blower. Tho
fair firien Ih iiard mul keep, but ho nro
the puttliifi mirfuco, which, comblnul
wllh tin Ir slfipe. makes hollnfi out it
Hue art -
GRAMMAR SCHOOL LEAGUE.
P. W. L. Pet.
Kamebamclia 5 5 0 1.000
St. Louis 4 3 1 .750
Central Grammar . .4 3 1 .750
Mills 4 2 2 .500
Punahou 4 2 2 .500
Normal" 4 0 4 .000
lolani 5 0 5 .000
Ktttm lui tiiih.i broke tho tie Willi St.
I.oul In tho flriiiiiiiuir Sihool Loiibuo
yi-Hliiilay, by tal.lnir a eleiin-ciit vic
tory by tho ono-Hldeil t.coro of 11 to 0.
Tlie fiuiuc, which was played nt I'll
iialiou, wuh u fiood one In watch in
Hpllo of tlio IniiK hvoio whk It thoKiims
l)y wiuuliiB yesterday tho worHtKn
mihmnelia can Bet In tlio loafiiio rnco
Is u He for l!rt.l il. lie. The Kiiina have
only one mure fiiimo to play, amilnst
l'unitliMii May 21, while f-'t. Louis has
two morn fiainoH on Ihu Kcliciliile, tlio
HrM iiBalust I'liiinbou tomorrow mid
tho Hoiond iifiuhiM Central, op the
'.'I Hi. St. 1 .01 il.s must win both tlicsii
Kami's to limn u look In, but yvliat
iniikiw tiio rnco of Breat Interest Is
that the SalntH luivo n fiooil tlianeo
of turiiiner HiIh. trick. 'If Kmu wins
ri mil I'uuulioii tlmt will, of cunrse.
nettle the race lieyoud dispute, mid tlio
Kmu playi rn will have tlio unusual dls
tlui tlon of fioitiB tbroUKh a leaBiie raeo
without iboppliiK n HhiBle Binne.
Tho Normal-IoIhiiI buiiio Hchedulcil
for yeslerdny wuh postponed until to
day It Is beliifi played this uftcrnooii
ut Aula I'nrk
:t u s:
CRICKETERS WILL GET .
GOING NEXT SATURDAY
The cricket hPiiMin will open next
Satiinbij, when u liialeh will bo play
ed at the Muklkl BiiiunilK belvveoii two
ilevniH puked from tlio nn inborn of
the ilonolul Ickol Club Tbo irlik-
tt club is alwnyH on the lookout for
muterlal. and liny player who wants
to fict into tlie Biuiio nfialn will bo
c I' Mnswell. clinlrman nf tlm
Brouuds commitleo, linn tlio, Held In
Komi Hhape for pla. Tlie fianiQ will
sluit ut 2 p in.
YACHTSMEN GET NO
ENTRY LIST FROM
SOUTH COAST CLUB
What Ii.ih happened to tlie South
Coant Yacht Club nnd the trnnnpaclllc
rnio'' Dearth of Information rrom tho
Coast would Indicate u conspiracy o
hIIciico on the pnrt of the yachtsmei
wlio arc rimnltiB the race from tlm
end of tho lino, for neither letter no
cables can coa liny Information frm
then on the subject of the entry IIM
laint TlmrHilay iiftrrnoon Secretnr
Vetlrsen ot tlio Hawaii Yneht ("III
cubleil to the necrelnry of tlio Soul
Coast Yacht Club, asking for cubio'
Inforinatlon ns to tlio entry list. l'i
to noon today tin tinswir hail been re
celvoil. AccordhiK to the rules of th
race, entries were to bo In tbo linnd
of the South Const Ynelit Club's hoi
retary b May IP, ho tlie theory Ilia
the answer Is being delayed for th
coniplcte list doesn't hold wnler. Coas
pnpors Unve parried little or no Infor
inntloii iiluuit the race, anil altourtlu
Interest neems to be woefully hickln
now, altboiiBli u few months iiro I'
Anyvviij. the lluwnll Is properly en
tcrcd. for the day she sailed from Ilo
olulii--Mny f. Secretary Vttlesei
sent off n letter formally placing th
local schooner In the competition.
SLIM CHANCE 01
Conditions Imposed By Ua-
waiian Rowing Assn. Will
Make Coasters Shy Off.
Tlmt there woro too many strings
tied to tlie invitation sent to tlio 1'a
cillu Coast How lug Association to send
ii crew to Hawaii, to permit of the
Invitation being uccciited, Is tbo fii'lu
lou of u number of well-posted rowing
men in this city. They bollevo that
the Incident Is practically closed, nnd
that nil that, will be heard from It will
be n letter of . regretful refusal from
tbo Coast oarsmen.
Tbo Hawaiian Row lug1 Associntloi
was split from the llrst on the ilies
tlon of 1, ringing a crew down thl
slimmer. It was tlio HealanlH' Idei .,
originally, mid their representative
were strongly for it, while the Myrtb
delegates wore Just ns stroimly oppos
oil. The lialanco of power lay wltl
lMiiiiieno, und nfter u good deal o
!ohhliifi the I'uuiiiues Dually otts
that the Invitation bo sent, hut ho tlei
up In londltlons that the I'liclllo Coas'
Association will think more than twice
before Inking It up.
Tlio local association insists that tin
Honolulu regattu be lousfdereil tin
Hlx-oared barge championship of tin
I'nilllc Coast mul It lie distinctly tin
iloistooil Hint should the Aiiimodns or
wlintever other crew bo sent down
meets deftat. tlio cliiiuiplonslilp Hhal1
lemnlii In these wntirH until lifted
This Is u pretty big pill for the Coast
association to swallow, mul It in be
lloved that the bid will bo returned
with thanks. On tlio other hnnd, the
local association Is icrtalnly doing
light In appraising beforehand the
value of any laurels tho Honolulu crevv
might win. It would be poor business
mul poor sport to help llminco tin
trip ot n Coast crew, lam u hnnl
fotight vlclory, nnd then have It bIvcii
out In San I'liuicisco that tlio ciew
wns not representative, and was so
bs toil wllh U'Kiird to the mon'H abil
ity to travel rather than row. At tiny
lute, nil answer Ih expected before.
long, mid tho long iIIscushuI pioposl
Hon will bo settltil ono way or the'
So far us tlio local crews bo, Ho-'
fiattn Day promises to bo ono of the
I best In years. Word comes from Maui
Hint the l'mineies luivo sworn n
mighty oatli to lift tho cups tills year,
und that already they nro hard nt
work. 'I hi' ilop i Is that the lightest
man In tho Maul boat weighs 185
pounds, und that tbo men arc showing
skill In direct piopuition to their
CENTRAL CIVIC BODY
PLAN IS INDORSED
(Continued from Paoo 7)
of tlioso present to Mr. .1. I'. Cooke fi
Ihu opportunity nlToriled nf uotllng ti
gel her for a granlcr Honolulu.
Among tho Invited giieHts, moat ot
whom vvpro preHcnt, wero: Hon. 1'
A. Mntt-Hinllli, Admiral C.owIob, Co
crnl Mitcnmb, Iliuliop HcHtniick, IIIbI
op l.iliorl, U. 11. llilclirock. .1. A,
lliighes, ('.Inrcnco Cooko, P. J. Lowroy,
(1. W. Smith, S. Shoba, II. I. Strange,
Ilov. II. P. Smith, T. P. ScilKwIck, Win.
Yni Kwal PoiiK, 0. ,0. ISallcntync,
Prof. W. A. Ilryan, Itev. Doctor Scud'
dcr, C. C. on Ilamin, n, II, Trent,
ProHldent OrimiliB. Arthur 0. Smith,
resident W. A. Oilman), 0. H. Tuttlo,
W. It. Castlo. B. A. Hermit, K. P. Pa'
ton, (lenrgo Itodlek, P. 0. U'liilo, WaV
lor P. Dillingham, Prank P. Atliorion,
L. Tcniiey Peck, J. P. Cooko, J. II.
fiiill. John Wtitorliouso, P W. Mncfar
lanu, DoLior Ilnldvviii, Jamea A. Ilalh,
II. von Daiiim. Charles Clilllliifiwortli,
W. II. ParrliiKton. W. 0. Smith, U. O.
Muilicson, John C. I. alio, lion. .1. J
Pern, 1). Knlniiokalaiil, Jr., II. floodins
Pleld, A. II. Pord. N. Alull mid others.
Want nds In the II u I If 1 1 n brliif
juu rich rclurus.
WANTS TO CHANGE
A. A. U.
'ourth of July Committee Sug
gests Postponement But the
Association Not Favorahle.
The Fourth of Jul) committee would
Ike to nee the day crowded wllh
porlltiB attractions, nnd liidncenieiitH
To being offered to luivo tlie Ilavvni-"
mi Amateur Athletic Association
'haiiBo the dnto of the A. A. I'. hwIiii-
'iilng championships from Juno 11 to
luly A. The lliurth ot Jul coiumlt-
ec stands ready to give u substantial
inmiclal BUnruntci) for the ihuiifie, but
t Is not probable Hint it will lie mule.
taist year the swimming events wrro
lold August 12, and when the iiies-
lon of ii date camo up about two
ninths uko the various miuatlc clubs
if tlie city went on record as rnvorlng
lip earlier nirotlriK, clnlmbiK that It
lie swimming wns Ik Id late In tlm
uiunicr tlio men who went In for row -
lg ns well got no opporluultj to easn
p on their training. The June dutii
us therefore iiBreod on by Hip iihmi-
latlon. and the same arBUinents in
Is favor hold Bod now us then.
Ijist night P. (). lloyir, represent
ng the sports committee of tlie I'onrtli
f July cilebratlon, attenited n called
citing of tlie iissoelntlon's cominll
e nn the svvlumiiiiB cainlviil. of which
ihu P Soie Is chairman only
hrce out of tlie sit members Messrs.
'oper. l.onelcy mul Alulrevvs showed
p. so that no formal action was
ikon Mr lloyer outlined tho plan,
.hleli In that the Hawaiian Athletic
ssoclatloii hold tlie A A. U. ruce
illy I, and charge nn admission. In
onslilernllon of which tlie Pourtli of
July committee would appropriate JUKI
award tlio event, leaving tho nssocla
nn III complete charBo of tlio arrange
ments. "Ono date Is ns Bond as another to
ncmbers of this committee who don't
tend to lake active part In tho
vents," wild John P. Sopor, "but tbo
lino date was set nt the express ro
uiest of tho svvjihmers themselves,
"he Myrtles, Iiealnnls nnd I lit I Nnlus.
illicit are the three clubs most Inter
sted, all faroiTil 'nn early date, nnd
think their wishes oiiBht to lip rnn
Idered. I don't believe that Hip I'onrtli '
f July coininlttee could niford to offer
s any Inducements that wo could af
ord to consider."
Mr. Super's committee will meet
irobably tomorrow night, to take up
lie list of swimming events and fi.uiio
'ie program At that time Mr Hover's
dan will come up for formal iiitlon
:: :: ::
Play in tho Moana Invitation tennis
otiriiameut Ih schcdiileil to shut ut
:! tills afternoon, when the tvvodou-
les teams from Port Itugir und tho
'oloiiiiil meet Until malihes will bo
ilayed at tbo same time, both tho
Inaiin courts being In good couilillon
Tomorrow tho name tennis wit) emit-
ietir cliauBlug opponentsl while
I'liiirsdny nnd Prlday the Moana and
Donna teams will meet The winning
ourts will light It out for llual honors
"Saturday Tho tournament Is the llrst
for several months, mul has stlind up
i lot of interest among tlie plains.
YOUNG HAWAIIS TAKE
UP STANDARDS DEFI
The Yoiiiib llnwalls. a fast Junior
hull club Hint has some good games
to Its credit, has hopped on the ih.il
tcngo of the Standards for a game ut
Atkinson Park next Smulilj Yesti r
day the Standards eanio out In Ibo
II ll 1 1 o 1 1 n witli their dell, and tod iv
liu Young IIiiwiiIIh get bulk at lln'ii
iltll tlie acioptmico ami their pioh-
lilc line-up, vviilch Is uh follows
l. llrusli, p; CcnrBc I ."no, c; II.
Mclncry, Hi; L. Hllvu, Sl: .1 I .en k'n-
val (captain), 3b: It. 1 liiit, sh: P
Wiilid. If; T Smith, cf. It Crnivell,
t SiiIih. I' 1 1 ii til. (1. Ilrash, Sim
'row ell, Nan I, S. Karmla
n t: ::
WILL MEET TONIGHT
The advertised meeting of tlio Pnurth
of July sports committee did not unno
off last night, owing In the ubsinio
of tbo chairman. The gnu ml iniu
inltKe and tbo chairmen of the various
subcommittees on special sporting fea
tures will get togethir tonight at thu
oltlco of Chillies Chllllugvvorlli, i'liu
mectliiff will lie culled at 7 110, nnd n
general outline or tlio sporting features
Tor tho nation's hhthduy will bo
:: tt :i
Among nilh ers of the i'lrst Infnniry
are u number of keen sportsmen Col
one! Mciliinnifilo Is a champion tennis
player, and carries his weight 205
pounds round tho couit with consid
erable speed: there are a dozen other
ilevolees of tho racquet, ns many golf
ers, mul one lone polo player, Lieuten
ant ScoHcId, who has a couple of po
nies coming here next month.
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