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FAST SHIPS WILL
Pacific Coast Advices Say Gov
ernment Will Take Vessels of
j Over Fifteen Knots Speed
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, , .. Mail advreet from 8a Francisco re
ceived by yesterday' steamer ar ast
' ' encouraging n fh hop of along con
tinuance of present shipping condi
tions between Honolulu and the Main
land. The faster steesmt in coastwise
a I tist.soceanlc trad are . o b
' .speedily commandeered and taken Into
Atlantis trade, is th understanding ia
.Coast sbipping,.elrWs. u The ilwr
steamer will not. b interfered with,
however, anything with (peed of
less than fifteen hnota ia deemed use
i less la confronting the kobmnrin peril.
No specific mention of the name:
f vessels likely to bo taken ia mad
and Pacific Coast intercsta are seeking
, to secure seined Oermaa merchantmea
for government trade with Vladivpatok
In carrying supplies and munitions ic
Bonnta.'-:- ' . .: . ,v ." .
Commenting on the shippiag situs
tion the Daily Journal of Commerce
' save: 1
Will Boise Tast Vassal
, . Immediate steps are to be taken b
' tha government ' to -commandeer . the
fust si.ips of the Paeifie for traJe will
,." the Allies, according to private dea
patrkes hero. Although thla action wai
, (forecast bv aa announcement from See
' retary of Commcre BeO field, it was not
thought that shipping' on the Paeifi.
-. would bo affected. It ia now le.ira-.xj
.. that the government intenda eomman
deeiing all the fast vessels it can ge'
its hands on. . s
" Meanwhile , steps are beiag takei
by the council of national defense ti
supply vessels for1 the enormous trad'
expected between thla port and Vladi
vest ok and it is. likely that tbia trad.
' will fall to the Jot' of alow ateamen
' not available for the Atlantis trade
' The government, it ia learned, haa ask
ed the Japanese to help ia handliaf
.this businevt, whilo 'pressure ia beinf
brought to boar on Japan by this eoun
, try and by Kngland to induce her ti
send ber merchant ahipa into the At
laatie. Japan ia the only nation whiel
: has been busy increasing Its mere has
. marine during the last few yesrs with
' - oat corresponding trobmarin losses, m
that it la better able now thaa any ol
; the belligerents to All the breach creat
ed by the Oermaa U-boats.' -Blow
Stmr Not Wantod . .
"flow tteamera, whether on the Pa
rifle or anywhere else, will not b
eooimkudeerod for . the :. transntlaatit
traOs because they are practically help
- loss against submarines, Tha Une ol
demarcation is said to be about fif
' teen knot. '
'Tnc need for ships on the Vtlintit
has increased greatly with the trans '
port of American troops, to. Franc
- Not only will more tonnage be needec
for additional contingents,, but th
transport of supplies to tb troops aac
th hospital . units will demand mon
. and more tonnage. ' Added to thia ar
the Increasing demands of Italy and
francs a well aa-England.- The act
ual losses due to submarines are be
lieved in Washington to be greatly It
excess of published figures. ,
"Tbs local chamber of eommeret
' and local shipping firms aro still with
out definite information 'from tht
shipping board as to the disposition
of the Germso merchant ships taket
over ia the Philippines. An effort it
'being made to have these assigned ti
. 'Mss Frsneisro to help handle tho gov
eminent trnd - with Vladivostok Xoi
tha Russian armies. " .. ".- i :. .
ViTST NOT AWAKE TO
FACT OF GREAT VAF
James . Wakefield Says East U
' Going Ahead
' ." Jsmes Wakefleld, manager of tke dry
goods department of Theo. H. Dnviet
: Compaay believes that the : West
still fails to appreciate that tho nation
in at war with Germany, but adda that
the eastern aeetlona of the country are
, fully awake and aro doing all that they
'can to moot tho erisi.,
i Coming in on the Msno yesterday.
Mr. Wakefield completed a long trip to
the big eastern centers In tha Interest
of his Arm and also brought soma addi-
' tional information regarding tho action
of tho Y. VI., C. A. DstlonsI committee
in approving tha propositi to purchase
tb Hawaiian Hotel for the use of the
army and navy branch of the assoc.
tion here. H said yesterday that the
heavy demands which the war la uink
ia u4oa the association,, for strictly
war- work at this timo prolialily, will
eause some delsy in seenwiag the.iuoney
for the branch here. , Mr. Wakefield
said howsvor, that the committee wa
enthusiastic , ever the attitude ' of tbr
people down her in raising the (nouey
for th branch
The work of. tbs Red Triangle, which
is the Insignia of the Y. M. ti. A. at
work In the war Held, is- regarded as
second la importance only to th work
that is done by th Bed (Von workers,
duclrd Mr. Wakefield, who added that
the association is preparing to enlarge
the stop' of it HOri .01 h i western
" fte'. A.'A. Kbersole, former awx-iate
astor of th Central Union Church,
will bo the head of the war work, of
- Ingu Onicr, Nurwegisa soprsao of
th New York Metropolitan. Opera
Company, who appeared in eooeert in
thi. city Isst season, has just completed
tour uf twsuty-thrse mainland cities,
: urdinif to woid received from her
last wee't. rhf sa.vs she is now ar
riiuHn for a tour of the Orient and'
expei'ts to weft a few uf her many
Honolulu friends on her way through.
BY Ui .CLE SAMUEL PROPOS
Literary Test Cheated Shinyo Out
of Two Passenrjers and -
Thst the" new literacy test , imposed
by . th Americaa . immigration au
thorities ' upon wouhl t settlers may
be fraught with a mixtnre of fsree
and tragedy wan strikingly shown al
Yokohama s recen.tly,' ' accoriling to
torie arriving on the 8hinyo Maru
Thuraday. Th wen was set in the
-mseenger o(TV of th Tovo Kisen Kai.
ha; the tHr. itt thJleHUag t rls
were Kikujiro Martimofo, .l.t, a farmer
rom Bacrameoto. Califoraia, and hi
iewly-wedded bride, Tahl, just twenty
ears old.' Tha audience consisted of
'argo crowd of passengers waiting
o sail on th Nippon Mam that after
100a for Haa Francisco.
Kikujiro ' is a hustler, but hi
tbilitie have never broken out in am
'orm of the higher learning. . lie
nowa little about 8hakeseare sm1
he Musical glaases, and cares' less
litherto his maia concern In life hai
Men to make money, and it neve
eenrred to him that be would eve?
lave cause to regret his. youthful
ontempt for the fnde and sumi
le left Japan about twelve years ago
or America where ha has bea era
doyed .by aa . Americaa fruit com
any. Unremitting industry broogh
esults ' and at last he felt that Im
r fully entitled to seek couaubiV
diss, like many of . kls comrades who
ad auccesafully found helpmates In
fspsa. Kikujiro therefore return
ome last December with a nice littb
est-CKg. His cxpectstion were a'
isapiiointed. ,.. The prospect of a com
ortable home in fair California mort
-erhap thaa Kikujiro 's owa "besu
ux" proved a sufficiently potent bai
catch a young and pretty wife, am
he nuptials were celebrated only (
'ew daya ago. ' , "
Tncl 8am Queered It
But unknown to either at the timi
rouble wan :beglnning to . brew fo:
th. .:. Whilo Kikujiro. was immerse'
a love's young dream In Japan, cold
cheming, prosaic officials on thi
ther side were elaborating a literacy
est la connection with th newt modi
led Immigration . Law, which alw
pplies. to alien immigrants who havi
een absent from America ' for mort
han six months. ' Could Kikujiro hart
ncreased the pace ' of ' his courtshl
y ever so little, he might have beet
pared dire' humiliation and ' despair
Va it was he had to submit to th
iteraey test now being conducted ' b;
11 Ipcal shipping firms, in tb ease o
teerage pasaengera ' proceeding to. th
Jnlted States. Th news cam ' U
oor Kikujiro like a bolt from tht
due, for, as . stated, , hla early ediica
ion , had '. been grossly neglected
lowever he booked hi passage oa th
fenyo . Maru, scheduled to sail froa
Yokohama for San Francisco Jon -0
teveral daya prior , tb her departuri
h failed in th teat, as might hav
ieen exected, whereas his wife passef
vith flying 'colore..
takd Again , i i':.- t'i :' :" - v' " :
' During the ' next twe eks ht
'voted himself daily. to the task ',
astering tho forty-eight letter
he kana or Japanes alphabet. Earr;
ast week he again applied to he I oca
T. K. K. oflli for another examiaa
ion, but waa shamefully plucked twict
a succession, on Monday and Tnesdav
Ireatly crestfallea he returned to hli
;otel, the Daiaeiya and - once mort
truggled wih brush and Indian ' ik
(Tie outcome on Wednesday, however
raa no better. Urged .by hla wife b
ried again on Friday with no bctUt
nccesa. . - '
As slangy persons express thmsrvt
n moments of emotion,., this put th
id oa it. Mrs. Kikujuo, who had
ar heroically endured th public hu
niliation of seeing her mature "hub
y" fall down ia a schoolboy's test.
,t last asnerted herself aad ansouncec'
hat she waived all further claim to be
(ikujiro's ministering angel, cither it
lealth, or when pain aad aagulsl
hould wriug bis manly brow. Ia othei
roriln all bets were off and SO wat
be for ber maiden home.. In yah
ter husbaml with tear in hia oyi
doaded with her to revoke thia harab
lecisioo, while soft-hearted T. K. K
lerks nought to effect reconcilia
ion between this intellectually . Ill
tssortml couple. Mhe stuck to her point;
txacted Kikujiro 's consent to a divorce
ind once more as plain Miss Takl made
;racks for her home ia Hiroshima, to
ejoin her parents.
The literacy test had don Us worst
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(Mail CorraspoiuUik;) :; , ; ;
AiilX), July 11-From njrures that
ire now atailable it is learned ' that
Juring the month if May. last th Con
motor for the Hi! breakwater placed
17.10 tons of Vsl-io quarry rock and
K)09 tona uf Waii Me quarry rock 09
be breakwater. Th Juu figures ars
not yet available.
The L'ood rult from th Waiakss
quarry was mude (ossibl by.th uso of
the special "dump ' bargs that was de
signed by former Contractor Marshall
who, from May, II Id, to tke time that
he wss for.-ed out of the construction
work, dumped between four aad five
thou'and tons of rock from tb Wai
kea quarry per mouth. The present con
tractor bus sept up the averages sines
then from this particular qoarry but
tne watpio delivery bas fallen off.
' in all, up to May SI, th present eon
tractor has dumped from th Wsiakea
quarry L'3,808 tons, while hs haa also
jplaood tons from tho' Waiplo
quarry. This meats an averag rr
month for Die mix month ending May
81, of 0174 torn,- fronr th two quarries
ED LA HIAWr
Big Island Supervisors "po Not
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une did jniroauceo; By,rwf
(Mail fiMcial to Th. id
H1U), July IA1-he. Introduction at
a i. k. . . .
a roaolution be fere th board of lim -
viw Wednesday by K. H. Lyman,
relative to th bill or ranlntn.
before coagrrs by Delegate J. K. Ka-
wDianaotn, providing lor mtt " amend-1
ent to th Omnia Act l .f... At
th land law of th Territory, brouBhtt
to just what was the effect of this -hill
VI IVIVIUUQIht ,' .
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Lymaa'a resolution protested against
the pasag of tbe Delegate's bill or
raaolution. ' and Y fmm rhmiflhr (ha
board Waa taking a pretty hie step ia
entering a protest aninst th passatid
wci in congress wttbont having
full informatioa regarding the same. "
Chairmaa Kauhane Why .hould w
protest t ' 1 ' .. v ,.
supervisor Cabrlnha We have to
protect our people if w e that wrong
legislation 1 oemg put tkrougb.
Te s-fcalrmaa What is the legisla
..County Attoraey Beers They did
act recommend - this resolution in con
gress; they tnrsed it down in th legis
lature, - v v- '
Mr. Beers pointed out that the bill
Introduced into ontress was to amend
be Organic Act so far as the land laws
were concerned. Under the present law,
twenty-five parsons could file, an appli
cation, t tb land commissioner direct
for homesteads and it was mandatory
ipon.the commissioner to open np the
land. Under the.' new proposal the ap
plication must 1 b S"Ht to .the - lsnd
board instead of to the eommisalouer.
It was thsn. up. to th land board to
weed out these.whom.it thought were
not .bona fid homesteaders and if any
wr thrown out '.the application to a
ertsin extent feu through
ir u ue-1
sided that all were bona
tteadenr. the bord has to visit tbe,,
tana, out ireouia 001 open is op unm
January of any year. ' It was also pro
vided thst instead of being able to
ease the land for five year it could d
leased for twenty years. - 1 ;
Popervisor AkOT any corporal iobi
Attomev . Beer To nnyone who
want It, and I bellev that tbe bill in
troduced, thouBh f .have not examined
't, is the same bill as was introduced in
th Territorial senate in April, 1917. I
understand that concurrent resolution
went through the. Territorial sonata tmt
wa killed in th bonne, and now the
Delegate has introduced practically the
mm thing 4nto eonttress. ,
The resolution protesting against tne
amendment "to th , Organic - Act was
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v Quick and hard work by the officers
and crew of th oil tanker J. A. Mof -fett
prevented a fire, which broke in
her fir room last Thursday from seri
ously damaging th vessel, and, from
report yesterday from the officers th
blaa was not as bad aa wireless re
ports at first indicated. - . i
. '.Th prospect, of disaster, however,
from the report of Captaia J. E. Pfeill,
ner quite large for aa hour, to such an
txtcnt, a a matter of faet that the
ifeboata war swung alongsiti and the
distress signal hoistsd for th cuador
which was just showing np over th
horixea. , . . : '.-.'. : : i '
It i believed that tho fir atarted
from a flare back from a burner nnder
. of th . main boiler and ' was,
.hroughout, confined to, the fir, room,
rb engin room and fir room crews
with tbe deck foree sailed into it with
vim, their work being characterised
by Captain Pfeill aa "eavego", At
the end of forty-five minutea, tb fir
was . completely . under - control find
shortly afterwards put out.
On srriving yesterday is port, the
Moffctt was in condition, if accessary
to hav immediately put to sea again.
According to Captaia Pfeill, th
bias started at five minutes past four
o'clock Thursday afteraon. By a quar
ter past fiv it was . out, Shortly be
fore, that a lifeboat was sent over to
th Ecuador, stating that th M.offett
waa out of fir and would be able to
Sroceed, which abe did at eight 'clock,
n. fireman had his hand injured. '
It waa stated yesterday that if tbe
ycssel, desires to return at one, the
customary federal Investigation will be
held ia Ban Francisco and not there.
ON TANKER MOFFER
Actt lik Crm a
' th n) Spsclft n
Tk nly Pllltlv In NBURALaiA, OOUT, HHKUMATI9M.
tw.lartac Htasi TsMuasar iswnss sarii Bosus.
1 m Bnnle. .11 C I Sol. MmuL-xut't, '
hwas SaUad. ttk. Z t6. 1 J. T. DtvroT, Ua, Usdoa, -
iASPiiAUur.i L.ES AT
Hilo Board 1 Trade Wants To
Know Causes For Delay V 1
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(Mall CosTpondric) ' . ' '
., 1IXI, July 13 The regular monthly
meetine- of the Board of Trad of Hilo
i was neiq luesasy ariernoon in ia .41
L.u Mti.Hn. 7n ir. Viesr. nrssi.led.
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It was announced thst the war .relief
sommittse had been unable to prepare a
report for this meeting and needed f ur-
ner lime ie complete its wora. ,
Th dredirlnc committee had no for
n,sl report to offerr but the chairman
ported to him personally that th eom-rl
1 Hiiitcq wf vumj mh vui u4 "'i"!
. ... M..l, ...1 k.ul.a I
neetin(r all the time. . : k
Airphsltum For Eoads
With reirard to the asphaltum going
on tne '"d cf lhe county
Mr- V-thtm stated that the publie im-
t, V ,T " ' , .
Kauhane, chairman of the board of so-
Vior, who had explained that th
asphaltnm ' Waa purchase! before th
u"f T" ,7 A v. VV i "1 .
gootl fi(ure. This accounted for the
large supply on hand, which had not
Deen useu. 1 . -
Regarding tb amount on
side at Paauilo, Mr. Forbes said the
barrels were takea from tbe warehouse
from tiui to tim as the dray was
available, as It was expected tb ma
chines ordered would lie ther about
that time; however, the .machines had
only just arrived. Upon a start being
made to distribute the asphaltnm, ana
after working a couple of days, it was
found that the crankshaft of the stone
crusher was broken and a.- duplicate
could not bo obtained from th firm
from which the machlue was porr.haaed.
This means a few more days' delay,
and as soon as it was fixed, th Fourth
was here, which necessitated mor de
lay. At the present time men were nt
work, distributing oh hundred feet a
llav via that -bvithin tiinnth ftll th
phpjtum round ther would be used lip."
few-, v-or HaAt . . .
n. thm Hiin.i.,n. n,l nf tha entmtv.
prior to tho time the asphaltum Waa or
dered, Kauhane had placed an ordei
for a new type of machine, which he
claimed to be more economical ia all
point than, the old machine, but this
had not yet come to hand, thus account
ing for the delay at thia end. ' -; ' ..
With respect to road matters gener
baf tJpU.!4 Mn -tbe 1utlK of the
ehuirs.AlJoe the board of trade" a state
ment of th finances available for tbe
different roads in th neighborhood,
which were to be pushed .immediately.
Front Street, he said, was to be eon
tinued from the point already reached
with concrete down tq.Waiahea.
The, building of,, throat to the Vol
cano would b eonuiiepecd just aa soon
as th (200,000 was railablo, but he
did not know when that would be. .
, Mr. Guard asked whether the asphal
tum which had run out of th barrels
along th roadside could be used, and
waa answered in the iffirmativ by Mr.
Forbea, . - (u .M.-.--tv -..c .
WEDS AT KOHALA
- (Mall Correspondenc) .
HILO. Julr 13 There was an exceed
ingly pleasant wedding ceremony held
last evening," according to a mssagr
from Kohala, at Doctor Bond's, where
tho marriage of Miss Davis, a young
lady recently from the Coast, to George
Koss, manager of the Konaia bemnen 01
the First Bank of Hilo. took place.
There waa a Urge fathering of thi
friends of the young couple, George
Liowson, C. W. Davis and others gomp
over from Hilo. F. K. H.'Fraser Is re
ported to have been best man at the
wedding. Following tb ceremony then
was a chance for congratulation and
refreshmeuts, then Nr, and Mrs. Kosr
proceeded on the first trip of theii
honeymoon. ' . ' .
WATER PIPES WILL BE
LAID IN VOLCANO ROAC
(Mail Special to Tb Advertiser) 1
Hli), July 13 Regarding the Vol
eauo Road improvement, Chairman Ban
Kauhane of tbe Board of Supervisors
in a letter to the board Wednesdar
expressed the hope that ' tb . board
would take speedy r action regarding
water pipes as tbe water works depart
ment had needed improvements in view
wbicn were being beld P..
Tbe street was already in a bad
state, but as soon a definite action war
taken by the board the street could
ue widened and Improved. Tb ways
and means committe of tbs board res
ommended that the pip line on, this
road be laid at one. '
and ONLY GENUINE.
Cbscks and arrts 1 '
FEVER CROUP. AGUE.
Th Bst JEsmady knows for
COUGHS, COLDS, '
IUIIIIIMIV k.Mmk .
Thtfy Take Hilo Doubles .Tourne,
From A. A. Scott and
f ; Lieutenant Bonesteel r'
(Mall flpoclal T Tb' Advertiser)' .';
" HILO, July 13 Th ' finals In the
men s doubles f tbe loeal tennis tooma
ment were completed Wednesday af trr
llorner and Doctor Sexton - de -
elaively defeated A. A. Scott and. Llcuv th, thirty fifth eonsecotiv gam la
tenaat Bonesteel. Iwhich he had hit safely. Thi run,
Th full five sets war played, but 'which breaks all records, is what sent
Horner and his partner wer too skill- him to the top of th league, forcing
ful for their opponents, winning all but Tris Speaker down, " .
tke second act with comparative ease. Beats Out ft Bunt . .7 ' ' .
The first set was won, d 3 but in . Cobb came within an ace of not hit
th second set there was a irood re- ting in the Tiger-Sot iram of July 8.
sponse on th part f Bonfsteel and
Scott and the champions were" ex-
tended finally - wianing, 8 C.
The three last sets wer won, 6 r,
f u, o. ,, . : . , . 1
...This game concludes th loeal tourna
ment, but it is to be regretted that
more interest has not been evinced ia
th game played, th attendance beitg
poor throughout. .Thia ia due. to the
faet that tbe gamea were not announced
auflicienty far in advanoe to enable peo
ple interested to learn of them, , !
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AYAU DOING WELIj
Honolulu Player Writes That He
? Landed With Tacoma Through
Vernon Ayau of Honolulu, who is
ilaying with th Tacoma Club f the
Vorthwestern ' Ieagua, bas ; written ' a
etter to Ben Hollinger telling of his
jxperienees in Coast baseball. It is
n" part as followss" ' . '
" "After t waa released by th cteat
le.elub early, in May I received a
sir from Doty t com to Portlaad
play in th shiorarl league. whs
n, Portland nearly four weeks, . aad
luring, tb time I wss there I playhd
.w games every week." I showeit up
well in all th game I played. Two
lays before I intended to leave for
tea! Francisco for Honolulu I received
few telegrams to go. East, and tke
nost important one was th On I got
om Denver through Judge MeCrde.
Tacoma sent mo wire to ' report ht
ince, so I'joined'thsm on th g(Hh. f ,
''Up to the present time I an) going
jood, putting up a fine-fielding game.'
rhe fana here (at Tacoma) are pullisg
'or me. The boys cn th team ar ( a '
laudy bunch. Never had a fair Ul
when I wa with Seattle. " Dugdale is
0 blam for nr release,! ;. Bus Hall,
wner of the club, 1 ft prince. '
"llav had. many, talk with -him
ibout bringing the team , over this
:alL", - f.'-7 t,
Ayau closes by asking for th tim
1 team would be desired and th terins
bat would W onerea. ,.. .
IN1ER MPS LOSE !
LONG BEACH, July Mauric Mc
iyoughlin and Thomas C. Bundy, former
intional doubles champion, -wer de
feated today by Claud A. Way of
ot Angeles and Nat Browne. of Santa
Monica in the finals of the men's
toubles of the patriotic, tennis tourna
nent here, replacing the thirtieth an
nual Pacific Coast doubles champion
ihipa. The score was 4-6, 6-3, 1-6. '
William M. JobnstoH, San Franetsc,o,
ind Mclaughlin, both former national
tingles champions, divided honors in a
'wo set exhibition match. Johnston
took the first set 6-3, and MeLoughljn
the second 6-1. ' ' , 1
Browne and Miss .Mary K. Browne
Isfeated Bnndy and Mr. May Hutton
Bundy in the finals of th mixed dou
bles. 7 , 6-3, 6-1. . ' j.,-.
The finals of the women 's singles was
won by Miss Browne, who dsfeatsd
Miss Florence Sutton, Santa , Monica,
8-4. 6 3. . ,;:". - v.-j-
The match in the flnsls of the men '
singles between Herbert Hahn, Pas
lena. former Paciflo Coast champion,
and Victor DUon. ios Angslet. was
oostponed indefinitely : because Hah
pramed a leg in, tb third, gam f
th first 'set. ' "
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f AXTIEN SETS RECORD T
I FOR STALLION TROT I
f OVER THE. HALF-WILE I
LINCOLN, Nebraska. July 4
Vitien, a Chestnut stallion, owned
y Sam Harris of Aurora, 111., with
Harris up, set a new world ' Sill
'rot reeorJ for a stallion ia race
n a halt-mil dirt track here thi
tfternoon, covering tb distance ia
tbs third best in ?:0tH. Nw
ktat records also were atabliahcd.
today, th second day of a thre day
meet at the Nebraska , Stat Fair
grounds. Astien will go to tb
grand circuit thia summer, first ap
pearing at Cleveland, Ohio, Astien
rased at the exposition meeting ia
San Francisco in 1019. , ,
!j ;Cobb Hits In l
UCIIJiC III uuu
Bunt In Eighth Inning.Clvci Him
; :Tnirty-8econd; Evcrs"
;:- Joini Phils' 1 ";t
. Ia the Detroit-Chicago- gam of. July
; fl, Ty Cobb, who U leading ihe -Ataer-!lea'n
LeaaUef batsmen."1 mhfl.' t'WA ".f
! -ui on. f which was a trlnl. It waa
He did not hit until the eighth inning
d it wa through beating out ft bnnt
in that inning that he waa credited
with a hit., Thi waa his thirty-second
Had h failed to get the boat,
' which wss th only hit ho mad dur
ing the game, be would have stopped
at (hirty-on consecutive game. .
. A cryptic denpatch has been receiv
ed from th Associated Press regarding
Johnny K vers, second baseman of the
Boston Nationals.. Evidently the des
patch relates to a baseball pilihla no
aord of which had been received here.
It was dated Philadelphia.
"Mediators Cannot AgTl '
Evers haa joined the Philadelphia
National League team. The mediator)
apparently' wer unable . to '. agree - on
terms." , " : -,:t -.- ;,
It is assumed" that mediators refers
to a board t adjust differences of
ome nature, but whether between Bos
ton and Philadelphia, or Boston and
Evert is not made clear. r , . .
1 ' Woa' Jst
can) w r -- ar vft'
Halt Lak ............ M.
boa Jkogelea W
PorUanti ............. -M
Oakland 50 ,
reraoa 44 :
KATIOKAX LSAOITB !
' - ' . .--' Wna - LoH -New
York a... 47 , - '.ti
FMladeJnhla i - K
t. Urals "...
cinemnstl -t ....
rhlcase ..(,.,.....,,. 43 t ...A) .
Brookira ............ ftn M
Bota ...a............ 80 43 ,'
Pittsburgh ,.,....... 21 ' , (1 :
AMXaiOAJf LBA0U8 '
: won iMt , :
'H ,-' : American Lagu . "V ,
"Washington 6, Chicago 5. -
Philadelphia .2, Detroit 7.
Boaton 4, St. Louis B ,
:Nw York ,, ' Cleveland .;. 0,
game); New York 8, Clevelaud S,
ond game).. . ..
Coaat Ziagu . '.
'Salt Lake, A, Los Angeles- I..
': Salt Lake 1, Los Angeles 3.
; San Praurlst-o 1, Portland . ,
"' San Francisco 5, Portland . 3.
,' Varnon t, Oakland '3.
Vernon 2, Oakland 7. ',
. GARAGE BEATS L A C.
Th Boyal Hawaiian Garag bassball
team defeated -the Jawere 4 Cook
team at Atkinson prk, Kak'aako, yes
terday, IS to 7.
. The features of th gam were tb
heavy batting of tb garag team.
Numerous bom runt worn made. The
cor by innincs: . '
U. H. 0 511003401 13
L. 4 C 411010000 7
v KOSi; WORLD' BZOOKDS
1 The new world 's ; records Boss
mad and th records h broke are:
Olstsnc Keconi ' Old Mark Held tj
i WO ranis
, 770 )rti
' ftwo yards
4:0 U S , 4 15 Daniels
T:10 , 7:i 4 3 Iaalela
8:45 i& 8:54 Si-3 Lancer
10:1 V t 10:51 4-S Usulels
4 6 none .
14:6 14 UM i Unger
11:12 . '- iMlln - '. .
18 07 4-3 18:Xt 1 Lsnser
n-A 1-5 Heilljr
1 5,4 ( a-H Mrlllv
lH&t IS tenter
A comparison of Rons' swimming
July 4 -with that of Duk Kahana-
moku in Honolulu Harber-Joae .Jtj4
1W13, Kamcbameba- Iay, ts interest
ing. 'On that day Duk brok thrss
world's records as follows 1 '. . .
1 60 yard -dash, -straightaway, 24
seconds flat j , previous , world 'a rec
ord, 24 )-9 seconds, set' by Kahaua
mokn August 12, 1911, Honolulu.
100-yard dash, straightaway, 63
1-S seconds; previous world' rec
ord, 63 2-5 seconds, set by Kahana
tuoku August 12; 1911, Honolulu.
, S-'O-yard swim, open water, , on
turn, . 134 ' 2-5 seconds) , previous
world's record, 2:40, set by Kahana
mokn at Montclalr, : New Jersey,
June 11, 1913.
tie also was member of tb ilui
Nalu relay team that set ft world'
record for th six -man, 300-yard
race, SO yard man, at 2; 83 1-6
seconds. , The former record was
2:42 1-5, made by the team of th
New York Athletic Club April. 15,
Besides thes world ' record Ka-
baoamoku set new Hawaii rec
ord of 5:37 18 for th 440-yard,
open, water, three turn swim. Tbs
previous record had been 6:19 1-5,
set by Vincent Ocuoves at Honolulu
June 11, 1912. j
t ' ; " (
Yesterdays Big ? : '
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U-BOM BASE FOUnD-
AK ATLANTIC TX)RT. Julr 1 Dis-
covcry, by British patrols of ft t boat
pass on ,iory, isianu orr tb west coast ,
of Ireland, tw eks agOjwa report'
ea tooay uy omcer or at .American t
steanuhip which ha reachsd port.' .Nik .
men who-led 1n th scheme of irupply-
ing Osrman snbmartnes were shot. Th
Islsbd -olscT had been used ht Oermsn
... ... a - .
u-Donr commanders a tb bas for
valuable information regarding Allied,:'
shipping:, Scores of men and women
wer luncd by th ringleader into'
ftsrticlpstidg- In the plot. They war '
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