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HAWAIIAN GAZETTIi, TUESDAY, FEURUARY 17, 1914. SEMf-WEEKLY.
Carnival Opens Auspiciously With lri
t Bandit' Creiirlid'-KlisflbeWdys'XeHd
" (From Sunday Advertiser.) , '
"Xt ia beautiful! It ii. Impressive ! it Is progressive! It it beet
. for mj old people!; It la a it ehouId.beand my heart it filled with
pleaiitre tha I hate lean my, people mingle, with all th natloM of
the- world here tonight and. have .teen, this vast concourse is dear
Honolulu all happy, all pleasure! aeeking, $.11 laughing,, all gay, all
glad that they are living in Hawaii .. '. V ,v...f ....v.:
, jjhie who the tribute of (uiHjn Jiiliiiokafani paid to the first night V
festivities of. the iUkM'acific, Carnival which aha, witnessed last night
at the Capitol grounds from toe main balcony pf the (Japitol.. Not
since 1893, when she left that building thorn, of powiir.and queenly
robes, did she enter the buildini? acaio until hist evening. The afiirit
ol carnival nail seizoa ner as lt.haa seizin the entire Islands!, ... . .
, f Unostent atii'ijsly, vwith only one attendant, the former ruler en
.' tered the Capitol during, the, height of tha festivities. . Quietly she
took a eat, to, which she was directed ami found herself ensconced iu
a cushioned xettee that had, been,
rnled.,.; ;,,...,. ;,; ,,; .'... i ';;,',
.; '. , Ten Thousand
- None in that vast sea of ten thousand faces which "thron Red (be
esplanades and grandstands recognized the Qneen as she sat in quiet
dignity before the "vast assemblape of pleasure seekers. None will
' perhaps ever know the thought that flitted through, her mind aft 'she
witnessed the gaiety on the grounds where, often she had witnessed
gaieties in the days of her, rule. - -. . "- - - ; , ;
'. But no one enjoyed the festivities more than' the ex-Quocn not
one of the thrbnjf of ten thousand! None admired more the myriads
of fU-i trie globes which outlined the lines of the, Capitol in points of
Arc; uoi'.tihe "ftiatl" lighting effect of the grounds. None, paid more
honinue ia the Stars and Stripe with which the entire building was
: arliMicully draped, with here and there a sprinkling , of ihe old, Ha
waium, eivtolern, .''.'";, ' -.: .y. r-.'. .". ' r .
'i None seemed to enjoy more' thoroughly the total, annihilation of
. .Old Dull Care, by 'Old John Silver" and his .band of bold, bad pi
rates; nor the Dances' of the Nations on the raised, platform almost
at her'feet; nor the inspiring picture of the'irrent throng of peoples
from every corner of the globe who inade merry ; in the Capitol
grounds. .;.; ;,-Vi jS '. ":;' A-y 7 ; ",'
: V ; ,. Queen Graciously. Looks On.-1-';;
Perhaps there arbse in the 5ueehyt,piind .p'ureof old-time
glory when Madame. Api and. her.troupe of hulaianeing girls, after
the completion of their number, approached the "Qneen 'and imprjnt.
' ed kiss on the hand to which they. had .pnee obeyed subserviently
Be that as it may, when the ex-Queen saw that attention was at
tracted to her by the act, she quietly quitted her seat, summoned her
lone attendant, and sought td leave the oastle aa unostentatiously as
sne nau enierea.
Bat tha depsrtar of th.es-ruler wu
m'doetsed by iome of her old mbjecti
and ihe puncd through th corridor,
down th ror tci and to her waiting
; aotomoblle to th cbshting. of thrf ha-
etent royal mele by a gray haired re
tainer. Onee the Quoca turned and
loakad at U ehaater, but, tested in
the machine, she gav veut to Jier raa)
; feeliiifa: , . . . -
. Beautiful! InipreMival rrogrivt
AH lauRhrng, all gay, all glad that they
ara living ia Hawaii! ; ;
. ThonaaiMU Attand. . '
No worda could pictura mora aocn
ritl or mora completely tha spirit of
; tha' throng which ma.le the opening
event and opening uiglit of the rarnl-
". al nch a auerew and auch a aouree
of pleaaura to tha partiripanta. . . i
Long before the arheduled hour for
. the opening of the evening'! feativHieg
tha Capitol grounds were througed, Th
polita detailed itit 3uty had no control
ovr the crowd, but it waa a good aa
tnred anaemblaga. They flooded over
tha boulevard which had beea desig
nated ai dadriog space for the masquer
adera; they brunhed anide grandstand
' tmaeri and rtiihed the srati; they pour
ad iato every Book and vautage ground
like molten lead, '
It aeemed almost impoiwible that in-
'other spectator could crowd himself
into the grounds whea a blare of trum.
pets and a fusilad of shots announced
tha approach of Long John Silver aud
his baud bf buccaneers, Paul Longpre
would have thrown up his hands ,1a
resignation had ha bma called on to
reproduce ia oil all the colors in the
rostumea of the savage and blood
thirsty crew. The blood of the thou
sands of pearpful, law-abiding eltittus
ran cold at lUt of tha motley gaug:
Much as i was wished that Old Dull
are should be exterminated and aho
lutely cast from mind, there was a
groan of sympathr for tha doomed of
fender when the spectators caught one
glrmpse of Long John and his follow-'
era. Perbapa never in history has there
been gathered such an array of vil
lainous looking characters nor auch
a collection of murderous looking wea
pon'. . .
Heforo the trouble-seeking crew the
crowd fell , back in consternation, im
pelled br round after round of gun
shots; the Held was seized; the raised
platform in front of the capital swarm
ad with , tli bnecaneers; guns were
mo:r!ir,-.I rft all sides aud ona oa tha
plal t'ornr. ' ' '
Tl.'H W nid pull fare, his arms
bouiul,. Htniling'for liberty, was al
low d oi i-iA, Jontf rinhrana .of his
i'l liefi.ro his body was strapped to
the mouth of the cannon. A flush, a
deafrniog report, and all that was mor
tal of Old Pull Cure was scattered la
tlnv bits out over the spectators! ' '
Bloodthirsty aud awful as was ihe
spectacle It was greeted with an Im
mense cheer and the sect Instant the
Mid-Winter Carnival was oa with dfesh
Bands struck np lively
. K (. ;;
of her .own throne .room when she
J . '.'.;
tunes, buecanneors seized pretty maid'
ens and whirled into a gladsome two
"t'P. R7 masquaraders entered into the
merrymaking, the nations of the world
locked in each others arms for the
Hunee. All laughing, all gay, all glad
that they are' living in Hawaii! ' Ex-
(jueen Liliuokalaol painted the picture
pienmuiyi . . ' , .
y .. Spanish Girls Dane.
Another baud, struck up a note and
me dancing ceased, . two pretty Spaa
rill girls glided onto, tha raised plat
form and performed typical dance of
that nation. , 1 was the beginuing of
a program' or national , dances Irish
heel sad toe,', a group ot Japanese
geisha girls, the much discussed society
tango ana uieu. tfta Hawaiian hula, as
ciempliued by Madam A pi . aud . ber
group of girls. . Daocing perhaps for
the last time before hor Queen as she
had never danced before her audiences
af two tours to the mainland, this
aaneer ox be old royal regime who is
now f orty-ona years of age and ' had
been dancing since she was fourteen
danced with 4 vim that brought round
after round bf applause front tha great
inrong. ;':...; : . , , -
tot hour after the couidetion of
tne program tne baicohlea of the Cap
itol remained thronged with ofltcial, so
ciety and army circles; thouaamls re
mained to tbroug the park ami watch
tha buccaneers soDtiuurt to seizu Irel-
,iy mamens, to try to solve identities
behind tha maska of the dancing maa
queradcrs, to join ia the merry danea
on tha boulevards, It was a happy
throng, a merry; throng, a fun loving
throng, a gay throng and remained so
until long after midnigbU It. was a
most anspicioua opening . for tha car
nival. '. ' . ' ...
Beauti f ul r Iwpressivef - All laugh i 5,
" Kr, SjJi giH.i ey ara liylngta Ha
waii! Liiiuokalaai painted .it splend'
idly ! ' ":- y ' . ., , vt
WASIIINUTOX February , l.t-f As
sociated 1'reM bv rcderal Wlretess)
Tha battleships Florida, Utah and Dela
ware steamed out of (Inaycanaybe Hay,
Cuba, yesterday, under orders to pro
ceed to Vera Cruz.' They have been or
dered tfl relieve the battleships Khod
Island, Virginia, Ueorgia and Nebraska,
which will go to the north coast of
Cuba td engage ia winter maneuvers. :
: The vessols sent to Vera Crua are
more formidable than those which havs
beea ralievad.. ".' '. ' .
' ' , COM'T COXTOH. .
It is absurd ia allow a cough to hung
nn nd sap your vitality whou Chamber.
Inin ' Cough . Remedy i will cure you.
You . don 't know where a nersliiteut
eouph wilt land you. You eao't afford
to allow yonr throat aud lung to be
ome diseased when it is such a simple
tiling to Step int a eaemud's shop and
get a mottle of ( hsniherlain's t'ougli
Remedy. For sale bv all dealertl. Hn-
so, Smith A Co., Ltd., agents for 1U-
111? Willi; '(no.
Splendid Musio Rendered by 6o-
! dnd Infantry Band and Ha-;
'.f'?:silB anLio !K
, ' . (From ' Sunday ' Advertiser.)
. Promptly at eight o'clock ths flrtt
f the national dances started vthe
Improvised stags at . the tntranna
the Capitol building,
The Aflflgue sisters, two petile and
pretty' young. Honolulu gtrls, gse
graceful rendition cf the 8papsh dsnce,
which met with long and merits,! ap
pinnae. ' Betweea each .of the special
dances given on the stage the crowd
danced 4 on the firiveway to iH tn
trancing hinsie of the. Second Inf unity
band a"nd the Hawaiian, band,'
Following the. Hnanith dance raT.e
seven pretty geinha girls, who danced
the national dances of Japan to the
accompaniment of tw Japanese turn
sea players. '. . ' I
1 Good eld'racs and tnrker trots fd:
lowed on the driveway, the band at
eacn end or tne palace gronmr. play
Ing alternately. , " .""
The Young Krin Society, a group of
pretty girls and brave men 1 from the
Emerald Isle; dressed In the costume
of Ould Ireland fifty years aim, enter
tained tha vast crowd with pretty Irish
dances and hornpipes. ' Cheer after
cheer greeted thi eo;ta of these sob
ana r.angnters or tfia aa tbey left the
s - Hula TMnces Make Hit
Then tpame the hula dancers, j A bevy
of Hawaiian ' belles they were, under
the leadership ef Madame Api, who
danCfd- before' Hawaiian kings and
queens ia her. younger days.'. Madame
Apt and her arereiration maile a da-
eided hit and responded generoosly to
many encores.' .. . . , .
Mere rags and . two-steps' followed,
and while the crowd was taking a
riresthing spell two dancer from sunn
8pa' gave sortie clever exhibitions of
ty.Snlsh dances., ,Attir4 ia their pic
turesque costume, thoy tusde a plone
Ina picture. ' ' . - ' "
Last but not leW came the tan&o--.
int. mucn raiKon or and somewbat criti
eiaed tango. Thausanda In the crowd
last night saw this famous dance for
the first time. Mrs. Brocfcman nn i Mr
Orlftin,; two Visiting tourists,, dancing
iv.tue uiinin 01 me Hawaiian band,
were the performers, and portrayed the
steps gracefully, .'.
Those who came to be shocked, after
hearing all the criticism that has been
made of thia dance; were surprised and
pleased at the graceful movements exe
euteil by these two talented dancers.
It made a big hit with the crowd, and
the performers merited all the applause
they received. - . ..
Following these events dancing was
cununueq oy, tne crowd until twelve
J Poiici Bandl Crowd WelL
t aptaio -. .Nielsen,, with, a squad of
picked men, handled the vast crowd
splendidly. : He had a difficult Job,
but with tact and diplomacy obtained
obeyanee of Orders without any . Un
necessary force, '.,-, ii...s.w 4,.-w
At eleven 6 'clock the priae for mai
querauere were . awarded. .'For the
best sustained character, Hot Wiinams
received the first prise of twenty-five
dollars. For the Most haadsoma cos
tume, Miss Hilda Peek received first
prize or twenty-Dv dollars.
bo great was the sufeees of - last
night a open ' air dahce that Director
General Dougherty decided that St the
.mnmun mi me grand massed DSnd
concsjt Monday night Another dnnee
of a similar nature will be given. (
Much credit ia due the Second In
fantry band and the1 Hawaiian band
for the 4rfect dance music rendered.
' Prdiutuent among- the IrivrUrt guosts
who occupied seats la the balcony of
the palace were - Queen Lllidokaluul,
Admiral C. K Tl Moore-, General and
Mrs. M, M. Macbmb. Colonel ahd Mrs.
Campbell, Major and ' Mrs. Cbnkling,
Colonel and Mrs. J. W. Jones. Mr. and
Mrs. Kobert Lewera, Mr. ami Mrs. E.
A. Mott-Smith, Mr. and . Mrs. Oeorg
Rodiek, Mr. and Mrs Rentiers, Colonel
wl iMra,HFfsqnh, litn,, Arita, Mr.'
aud Mr Fred B,, Smith,, ifb and Mrs.
Hubert MeKl.lowney, Mm- James I).
Jougherty. Mr. and Mrs. George 1 H.
Carter, Judge Hanford B. Dole, Mr. and
Mr. Rberwood. Lowrey' Spd Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. von Holt. ,
The committee ia charge of the en
tertainment and special dnnces were
Samaet A. Walker. Ernest Kaai. D. t..
Coiikling, Sam ChilllngWortb, Roy Pat-
n, naries . n.. Ollllmau, I,ieilteunt
CampanolO and J. Walter Doyle...
WILSON'S COLD BETTER, .
- BUT F0BEO0ES BANQUET
MrASltiNQfcjN: Feiiuaw ll'lltk
sooiated I'res Cable) I'resldent Wil
son's sold was bter Way but he was
unable to attend a Gridiron Club dinber
laat night - .
" ' 1 1 1 ' . 1 '
QUAYUILi feuador, February 11
(Associated Press by Federal Wire
less) Esmeralda .eoutinuep'to remain
in the hands of the rebels. This' far
the revolutionists have succeeded Id re; I
aisting the bombardment of the federal
guntiuut aa w a thut of the heavy
rmicry sianouea outside tne city.
Unittd fates matof BaCOn of
. j ' VfJeoraU. TasSca 'Away ii
1. '.j , -' National Capital. ;, "
..: WAftrtix'f;TO$,tWsrV (By
FedeiVSirrli wtrnlfeds States Sen
ator AnK.tns d, J.,-on of Georgia.
t balrnian -
Oirt enute committee on
foMgn rcUf tuns, and who was eonoplc
tiois far'thfl tnd he took With Presi-
dont t ii.on ia relation to Mexican af
nON. AlaUSTTJB O. BAOOJT - .
UAite4 Sfsto Senator from'. Georgia.
Who has been called by death.
fair's," ' died here ' today' of" kidney
trouble. While the condition 'of Seo-
ator fincos had been acknowledged se
rious for several days his death waa un
expected , and came as a surprise to
relatives aud friends. . .. ,
Aiiffustii Octnvius Bacon. Democrat.
of Macon. Geomia. was born iu lirvno
fkinnty, Georgia, CK'tober HO, 183H. ,He
received a hii'h- school education " ia
Liberty and Trouii' counties and later
entered and was graduated from the
University, of Gieargia in the literary
and . classical, department in 1S59 "and
from the law department in 18tt.
: ijs emorn xne. a jiuieuerate Army at
he. Ucglniiicg of .At. Civil War and
serred (during the .campaigns of 1861
and lio 'as adjutaut of the 'Ninth
Georgia Regiment in '.the Army of
Nortuwn.'Virginioi Subsequently there
to he.'wasi eoftmii4iied af captain 'in
the provisional army of the Confed
erate States, and assigned 'to general
stair duty.- -' :',
At-the- wiirfwewi of the war he re-
sumed the,stddy of law and began
practfse .in IMi- Irt Jid aeon, fronT which
Hate,' until hi election1 to the United
Stktea senate, he actively Continued le
gal practise both in the state aud fed
eral courts of Ueorgia. ' : 4 ' . . : -
He was frequently member of state
Democratic . conventions: waa presi
dent of the state Democratic conven
tion in 1880, and was a delegate-at-
large from the State to the National
Dumocratic Convention- in 1884;. .
In 1868 he was elected friili.trui
elector on .the Damoeratie ticket and
in 1871 was elected to tho GeorgU
house of representatives, of which body
be served as a member for fourteen
year., During two yeara he was speak
er pro tempore and for eight year
speaker of the Georgia bouse.
He was several times a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for Gover
nor Of Gooriria and ia the Democratic
convention of 1883' came within, one
vote of the nomination, woe ' the
fominatron was equivalent to an elee-
For many year1 and no to the time
of hi death he 'had been a trustee of
tha University of Georgia and - was
also-one of the feironts of the Smith-
aonian Institution, appointed fr6ia the
senate, -v .. !.,.. ,. ,-,..
Senator Bacon wsa'oWtx.l
United Stales senate in November of
18W4; was ro-eiected !n 1000; again in
1907, at whrch time he was, by general
primary, nnanimously renominated; and
was again returned for six yeara at the
axpiratKjrt of b term in March of
In Bntttember of 1D01. Senator Bacoa
piu a .visit to Honolulu while on a
trip around tfte world and at that time
declared tbaf if tintv an abundant sim
ply of coal could be fuuad on tha Ta.
lands tlint it would become the moat
nnportant port of the Pacific. -
al , nc ' ia
AUBURN. yf.n York,
ry 15 ( Associate! . Press by
Federal Wireloss) For the first
time in the history of the Au-
r h"rn Inil. "the Grim Houso of
I O ttadnos end Silence.", mirth
re.'gned - bohluil. its gun-guarded
whIIs lusT niuhti ' In harmany
with the policy of refo'an being
carried out, women convicts were
allowed to hold dance. One of
tho floors of one of the factory
'rooms hud been duared and pre-
i pared for the occasion, excellent
fiiusie now .the -outside was se- r
cured, ond ltc hour last night
tho hundred of unfortunates
whose Uvea are filled with silence
and heretofore controlled by the
( strictest discipline, were allowed
to relax .ami eniov theuilva
The dance was given under the
direction, of the Mutual Welfare
Leainie of the urison. an, I It
I murked the first social function in
me iHtory,of the place.., s
al s 4r B
TO CORE A COLO III ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine;
Tal)let3., AH druggists refund
the money if it fails to cwre...
E. W. Grove ' eigiiatura is co
sath box ) .''.., . . , ..
ia v ei icwn ). ti lie, v e .
. - ."' . ''
MASS, OF. coion
Entire Businesi Section ' of City
Takea on' holiday Appearance;
Ca-pitoL YWn,f itcteJ randln
i arid Other Bi EdiilceB, i With
! Thonaands of Lights, ,, Tnm
'mu Intd tiifryj, il.-;y;
, (From Sunday-Advertiser. y '
Lashed ti) the flag pole snd hel.l In
place by four strong guyvc- 1 ' 1 (--'
Enllffhenlni L-lt.'n,l.t I
sna a guttering replies of i;arthoiii '
fsmoii statue off Hell Gate, New. York,
stands on the dome ef the H. Jlackfeld
.Co. building one of the , moat ton
s'pieudua Carnival ideceratloiii in th
'ihe tipheld torch is .literally I cldstei
of fire and the. whole figure is an out
line of brilliance, being Studded With
inranneneetit electric limits and stand
ing out in clear lines against the' dark
ky.' CticIC a .figure while but the tem
porary detail of carnival decorstiont
is suggestive of whafmight be berma
oently erected oil the solid dome of tip;
solid house of Hftckfeld in ensuring
broosie or marble.1 ' " j ?r
Although not , cOmplele"' the le'rifera!
aecornrive genpine ot all of the store
and places Of biisinesa have tut exceed
ed ' any previous1 attempt toward gen
eral' decorations.' - W'heu r-mnnletft. Ho
noluln Will be in i blar.e'bf glory that
will dnzzW and- Impress the tourist
thht are here and the hundred that
will arrive thi week; :..
' .. ' ' ' Many fitorea Decoralei'' 1
. Prominent amooff the stores that
have been decorated on Fort street is
the Regal Shoe Store at Hotel and Fort
streets, It loom up strOng with elabor
ate and artistic decorations. Old Glory
blended with green and yellow earry
out aa artistie decorative effect. The
Clnrion is another well decorated store.
Stanley Stephenson bas made his dec
orative scheme simple but very efTee
tive. A handsome nainttnir of Georore
Washington adorns the Center of. the
building with ' the ' National eOlor
draped artistically about ii '
, Wall and DouehertV have taaad a'nina
attractive pbotoe of Duke Kahaaamokn
lraped with handsome silk ' American
fend Hawaiian flags. ' '-' ,
: Silva's Toggery, and J. IIopp 4 to.
nave nsod paun leave tn their decora
tive' scheme which beside being a novel
ty make a rretty- effect. . '
Henry May A Co. Have used the Na
tional color in their decorative scheme
and have added tome novelties that at
tract attention. y .
IL F. Wichman" k, Co' by carefully
blendlag the carnival eolors'of green
fend yelldwwitS the National color,
havotreated a most artistic effect.
Wall, Nichols Co. la a blaze Of color
and have made - King street ' In the
neighborhood of Fort street gay and
aitractive. '. ..-'
ine union urin nai ereatea an at'
tractive- decorative ' scheme by vaing
aloha wreaths and the. National colors.
W. 'W. Dimond eV Co. have a beauti
ful and artistie . window. The aloha
wreath with serpentines of yelloW and
green have Deett ased effectively, .
Tho Hawaii a South Sea Curio Com
pany have combined the .regular ear
nival decorative scheme With-a Mum
ber of novelties In the eurid litoe fthlch
win appeal greaiiy to tourists. . '
Jordan a Company bsve ' spered
ueither pain nor ' expense ifl buklng
their' windows attractive and artistic.
Benson a Smith have made their cor
ner at Hotel and Fort streets, handsome
and striking. , : : .';:-;'.
U, F. Elder as Company have used
flags and banners ef the Floral Parade
committee . as , the .background . of ' a
pretty and artistie. window display,'
Aiona" m yellow letters, unfund
ed by greeu. make a strikina- and-at
tractive display ia the window' of
James Goild fit Compatny.'
Among ntber attractive deebrsWoai
noticed about the' city last bight were
the McTnerny shoe store, K O. Hall k
Son, Lewers k Cooke, Ublon- Pacifle,
Traarfer K'empapy,' yon . Hamm-Young
Compaav,. Honolulu ' Mnisie- Company,
M. A. ' Gunst eV Compaav, Coyne Fr
ulture . Company; - Hawaii ' Promotion
Coinntittee, llawaiiiit - New Company,
II. Ciilman k Company, Chambers drug
atom, Hollister druar Store, Honolulu
Pmg Company and Maefarlane k Company.,.;-.-..
. : ."',
lUnminatinu Slaborate, , .'
' The Toung , Hotel building waa M
mas of light last night, red, white and
blue, incandescents by the thousands
flooding the buiUlihg with their ray;
The Capitol, however, was the 'moat
gorgeously illuminated. Ia addition to
the lights 00. the' building, thousand
bf inc.n'idcsceuts "Were strung In,' the
palm and other trees in the grounds,
making the soene of the opening of the
CsraiynVmereyfcinrfanHaht tK- '
The HawaiiaSi! fociri iUilding and
Honolulu- Uaa Company' "ga town"
also were illuminated. Ia fact, there
wh scarooly a Lusinest house la Ho
nolulu laitt night but had taken 'on
Carnival dreS, Even In the Oriental
quarters the Japanese, Chinese, Ko
iaus, Filipino and other joined lb
the Cdrtilva! spirit, and bunting, flags
aud leia were everywhere in evidence.
AMERICAN AUTHOR TO
- GET, CHINESE HONORS
PEKING, January Sl Viisn Bliih
kai. president of the Chinese Republic,
has offered to Wllllahr F. Mannix, eoi
respondeut of the New York Sn . in
China, ohe of the Hlghost honors which
China ' can confer oa ' in American
Investiture with the flscred Order of
Abnudaht Grln. Mr. Maanli has writ
ten to Secretary of State Bryab to
learn If it is permissible to accept
the honor. The decoration ie granted
largely because of Mr. Mannix 's work
in preparing the Knglish edition : of
"The Memoirs of Li Hunr (tang,"
published In America last fall. 1
I 1 -A
Three Thousand 'Cheer As Best Players
! " inlO Hlihih'Ef bf He telJdc!ficf'SeVies;
' ttoss-Co un try Runs f
t . -.', . .
' t (From Snnday Advertiser.)
. While the"whintlc screeched and the
auto boras. ho'n(sed and. the Koyal Ha
waiian, bancl Jed tbo Ad t'liib , firates
to the C aiito! grounds at' .the inaugural
of the Mid Pacific . Carniral last, night
si ; kere4' thirty . the "Meai . opening
happened. earlier jn, tlie' day',. or , to be
xact at. twelve' forty-five o'clock! '
" , J'romptiy at thia iowt, Av I Castle
chairman of the flirts Committee gave
tho word to Captaia;BergeTtand he,
leatling bis band followed in. automo
biles by Governor , Pinkham, Mayor
Fernj Juatice A. O. M- Robertson, Di
rector General 'James "V. Dougherty)
several, city 0ni(iaW; e dicers' Of the ln
ter-Islaod and )ahd" Leagues and tho
ball players of' the two leagues started
the gnla street parade which 'virtually
opened the running riot of fun and joy
that ia to be nnconfined for the next
week or more.
After tbh parade had wended it way
about the principal atreeta of the city,
-the band and 'the auto with their loads
of fun seekers and ball players took
their way to Athletic Park where the
dpenjng games of the.Ihter-tsland baf
ball Series for this championship of Ha
waii' and The ', Advertiser Cnp : Were
playedi' ' ;.r-. .A..' .;, ' .V '
boTernor Open Show.
-Prior to the opening of the first game
there were the iotroductlenary feature.
Governor Pinkbant ' doffed 4iia coat,
rolled np his sleeves, put 00 one-of the
player's weather ctained and battle
scarred gloves and set himself to hurl
the flrsft ball aver the plate. .
"At the bat alert of eye stood t'hiet
Justice A. . At. Kobertson deter
mined to clout that ball fhr away and
out of the lot. His Honor, the Mayor,
waa behind the bat, milt,' chest pro
tector and all, ready to atop the bender
the Governor sent -calling to the plate.
. Justice Robertson, though, was a dark
horse in the parlance of the ball field
and with a mighty awing be drpve the
ball hotly toward shortstop. Swan of
the, Maui team. The ball skimmed over
the ground with the speed ot a bullet
ana. xoung wan, tnough ne-made a
desperate effort to cut pff the basehit
failed to block the leather and Justice
Robertson with eieotne's ef foot easily
reached first." , :.
That Governor Pinkham must have
had hia big league exerienre and that
Justice KObertsett and Mayor Fern were
Dan players ot no mean ability brought
a protest from Captain Henshaw of the
Pnnahou- team ' and - Umpire rTlayton
ruled the Governor, Justice and Mayor
on tne diamond ana sent A. U Canle
te the pitcher's box and Charley Ly
man behind the bat for tha Pun.
Maul not having tried to do any
ran in work" depended on Foster
Robinson and Loui boare a their battery-and
these two were '.just about
strong aaotigb to gather the long end of
a 3 to score from the Pun. " -
Followiag the Maul versus Punabod
game came the Hawails and Oahu In
the second game of the keries and this
resulted in a 4 to I victory, tof1' the
Oahu.' '' -f. ' ' '" '
. ,' CarbiVal Spirit' Enlei ' ';
Waiching tbo.eeremonic inaugurat
ing the luter-iiUahd aeriee were fully
3000 men,' women ahd children and the
spirit of the Carnival prevailed, tails
of the Mid-Pacific colors, flags of the
various teams and many other combi
nation or colore were much' In 'evi
dence, lending beauty and joy' to the
scene. '. ;'.. ,".. .,; . .'. ; .
4 Credit t. due Chairman A..L. Caatle
of the 8ports Committee and his assist
snts, Duvid 'Desha and 'John Soper:
r.very minor detail fos the snecessfnl
launch i n j nf tha m.Ia, w , . .....)!,
arranged' and' the big, doings ran as
jmoothly as a watch from tap of K0"g
to the finish. , v,
The -members of the varloua trnmi
vied with each other In doinir their
share and the rumor about the Oahus
kicking over the trace at the eleventh
hour prored entirely groundless. In
fact, David .Desha rounded np hia men
iq great style and every man on the
team a Johnny ou the soot readv
and willing to do hie share toward mak
ing ine anair a splendid one. '
. And; every man In- the four team
worked like a Trojan to bring snccor to
his colors. The apeetators, too, lent
their belpiug hand to put the stamp' of
approvul on the affair, AM the pluyers
Were, proiierly nniformed. 1 the crowd
was well behaved and the police, while
willing and ready to do their duties,
had little or nothing to do, . 4 '
-V'.- Pang flatter; Three. '
Maul and Punthnu wm, A rat tn tha
ore, Pnnahou going to the bat.. Brewer,
C. Hooirs and Lyman weut out in one.
two, three Order, end then wame Maui.
. Carreira, drove a long fly to center
field that Derby droped but Caatle
knocked down HruA', bit aoid, with C.
Hoogs, pulled off a double play. Hal
boosted one to center and the aim airnin
Caused Derby to misjudge the ball and
be was agaid charged with en- error.
Foster Bobinaoa laced one to the sum
player, and the crowd was sorry .for
Derby but be manuged to get under the
bail and the trouble was pati. .
Ronnd two was disastrous for Maui
sftd, It was also dissstrous for Puna
bou.' Willie' 'jroogs storting 'for the
rnns, 'was safe - sf firf 'When Swan
forced the boll,' Derby singled to cea
terfleld advancing Hoog4 to second, both
irhnners advsttring a moment later when
l6bfnlion, cnt In, with . a ' Wllfl pitch.
Irfiuis' Bosres; behind the rubber, failed
lk hold' Swan1 peg'if Henshkw'a bit
lind' W; Hsyigs got over the plate, and
when fjoui made another' errot tn peg
blrtg to third' base td head off Derby,
he romped td the jdate. ' Brewer ruav
aing'for Henshaw moved over' to third
on ma mispiays and when 80a res peg
ged Wild again, to third Brewr aeored
for Hetishuw. Izard flew out to cen
tnrfleld Oftet Caetle had fanned and
Dwyer ended the1 inning by going out,
Swan'to Bail'. -': .v
' ' KaJeo Breaki Up1 Gamel '
! Gloom bad sejttled over Jthe bench of
the Mayia and their supporter after
this deluge of runs but still one never
can tell what will crop np when the
final half of the second was pOu they
too had three runs. '. " !.'.
Alvin' KobinsOn, first to bat 'for the
Valley1 Isle cracks, was passed to first
base, and Whea Kaleo,'the demon hit
ter of Mani cracked a single to left
Alvin hot-footed to third and then be
got -fcome because Brewer heaved badly
to third after recowering the ball. Ka
loo 'got to " third enr the ' play and he
scored when laard dropped Soaree fly,
Louis going to third. When English
went out after Swan bad fanned, Louis
also got in the run column knotting up
the score. Cummings replacing Carreira
la center field ceded -thO( inning when
be went out, W. Hoogs to Henshaw. -. -
In the next inning, the third, Bal,
Foster Robinsea and kaleo-broke - np
the game, particularly the latter player.
.':. Long DriTO to left., '
' Two were down and the sount waa
three balls and two strikes on the man
who ia famous at Waikikk Inn today.
With Burn out of the way. Bal laced
a screamer into left-field for a safety
and then be moved ever to third on a
lacing double to the rlgbtncld . fence
from the war club of Pouter Robinson.
Brother Alvin made a mighty try, but
the best be could do was' iu easy
grounder to Caatle wail. Alvin 1 never
reached first- , ; ... . . -
Now came Kaleo. Our old d(ead
George Cummings stood On the coach-
in; " org-gin ana cajoling rvaiee to
ciuut-tnat uaii anu wnea tn conn
stood three to two even the most ar--dent
admirers of the stocky third base-
Kaleo, though was equal to - the oe-
cesion, and with a mighty swlna drove
the ball betweea W. Hoogs and Brewer
for a scorching single and it was hard
enough and far euough away te send
Bal and Fester Robinson td the rub
ber, .' ' - ., - .'. I ,
Ka Mel a Kinipopo! How the Maul
gang on the beach, including staid Har
old Bice, did whoop 'er up and how the
v.u. f.i. . " , ....
v . ivuwii uiu xtiot sou wen "
they needed that run for Punaoou bad
gathered ene ia their half of the third
land Mani "just needed those two tallies
rto win the first game of the series..
Eutera Big Bill Xnmafcj ' '. '.
Big Bill Inman became the hope of
the J-uns with the crack bf the fourth,
aud Bill waa there. But Foster' Robin- "
son waa there too and there Wert no,,
more runs during the rest ot the game.
Punahdu, though, came near to tie-
id uf ju tuo uiui.a biki ina,yue wouia .
have Wllb hilt fnS a , K nS'llia khu
Ik. It ..n J 11.. - ...... 1 . l 1 .
tope of a line drive freni th bat of
Derby by outfielder Knglish in right
field for Manr. That drive was a foot
inside the line and was labeled two
hat ebon wKataa kaa o.mntAA ntV tvat
tongue, but English beat aeroa the
field like a scared jack rabbit and with
a Wonderful effort grabbed the ball six
lut-he off the fcround. -
11 Henshaw followed with a drive to
short and was free to travel to second
on an error by Swan, but be failed to
touch first aud was called .out. ,
lnman poled a long double to Center
field, but Alvin Robinson neatly gather
ed in laard ' drive and Maui Was Cock
of the wa) in the epeuhig game of the
Inter-Inland aeries, -;
Following is the score: '
Brewer, , v . ,
C. Hoogs, 2b . ,
.. Hoogs, 8b ,
Derby, ef .
llenshaw,'lb , ,
Castle, p .....
AB KBH SBPOA
.4 I B t 1 1
inman, p . , , , , . . 2
Ixard. rf ........ 3
Dwyer, If ... .
'Totals . ,1
..38 4 as 84 11 5
AB BBHSBPO A F.
..Soft 0 2 0 0
Cummings, rf . .
Carreira, cf . ...
Hums, rf-cf .. ,
F. Robidspn, p .
A. Robinson, If.
Koarea, e , , ,
Englbh, 2b ...
Totals . ......81 6 fl 0 27,11
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