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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, ' FRIDAY,. OCTOBER 19. HI7. SF. MI-WIXIXY.
DECORATE COATS OF
Employes of Nearly Every Firm
In City Went Home Wear
Vino Them Last Night
. ' UNEXPECTEDLY POPULAR
Sales Committee Started Work
Yesterday and Will Canvass
, City Before Saturday
ToUl Liberty Lou . Mb-
scription to three thirty
Approximate Army total. . 232,960
Yesterday's fain '. . .
ToUl of subscribers.
Gained yetterday . . .
. I 213,660
Honolulu went home- wearing a Libert
, buttoa yesterday evening. The rush ot
employes to buy bond under the eas
payment pin n wan unexpectedly large
More than 3l,000,wae subscribed ib
thlt way yesterday. . Thirty thousand
more i eipeeted today, and by the
eloae of the week the total will be
10(1,000, it ia expected.
In an hour yesterday the von fin mm
Young Company 'a rlub .of fifty wat
formed, and probably a second rlub
. will be made up to take eare of those
who did not get in on the flrat one. Id
thin club the members pay one dollai
- and ten rents a week for fifty weeks.
Fifty live bonds of the fifty-dollar de
' nominations will be purchased.
Chance for Au
..Every week a drawing will be held
aad the one of the Ifty drawing the
lucky number will get his bond as ol
that date, thua drawing more tn inter
rat than those who draw later on
Onee every tea weeks a special, draw
ing will be held at which one of tbi
1 five eitra bonds will be disposed of.
la this way everyone in the club bar
a chance of getting.' six fifty-dollai
bonds.. ' ,
The Honolulu Gas Company ia. ear
man has beea delegated to the work
and he expects to turn in subscription
totaling aeveral thouaand dollars before
the week ia over.
a tt lj.i i . n . ' i .
raavaaa yesterday. The board of di
' rectors authorized the company to fi
nance the employes to buy a bond
employes' purchase forms.
Hawaiian Subscription On Coast
Wuhseriptions- for Hawaiian corpora
. t ions totaling a large sum have beer
made by E. Faxon Bishop ia California
' where he bow is. By special arrange
snent made try Mr. Bishop Hawaii will
get the credit for these subscription
added to ber quota of the loan. There
are number of corporations doing
business in Hawaii who also . hnvf
.headquarters on the Coast who may d
them is largely made' in Hawaii. ,'
At the meeting of the sales commit
tee yesterday ' morning J. F. Hagent
voieed the sentiment of the committer
. when he said that in his opinion it wa
,the idea of the United htates govern
.ment to make this a popular loan, in
order to show that this is a populai
"war. The exemption from all taxes o
he 1000 bond shows this, as does tbr
- . .' 1 M 1 J . .
, tnriiai niempiiua ui uuhub up m
' $5000, both of which means that th
mall investor ia being particularly
favored in this bond issue because it
la bis subscription that is wanted b;
OocomltUw Starts Work
Active work was started by the sulci
'committee following the meeting, and
- the talesmen will spend the remaiudei
of the week covering the city, which
baa hean divided into districts. Eae.l
salesman will have a bndite bearing s
picture of the statue of Liberty, anc"
will have a supply of buttons for those
! to whom he sells bond.
Meetings will be held on a numbei
.of Oahu plantations on Hunday tr
, further the sale of bonds in the ontsid"
.'districts. Speakers in English, Porto
',. ifuese, and J a pan cue will addreas cacV
, gathering. The places of meeting and
nlkr fnr eni-li K-ill be n fnllnwat
;Aiea, I- Tenncy Peck. H. Aoki, J. A
K. Vieira; Vtaipabu, Robert Breckons
M. C. Pachero, T. Kawasaki; Kwa, C
O. Heiser Jr., A. V. Castro, I. Ono
iiera; Waialua, W. K. Farrington, M. G
Huiitsia Xfr Yimnri ICakiiltii an1 T.aIa
C. H. Cooke, J. L). Marques, Mr. Okubo
for the intensive campaign .beginning
' yesterday i.
, list of Liberty Bond salesmen ap
pointed, by A. N. Campbell: Allen C.
ffnliinain. Ja,.b Ci.KVMr .l.Vi n Iahhai
Cayl E. Baslar, I M. VeUeeen, Artbn'
r.. Larimer, i.. Ji. ran, u. ri. i;owtjn
Harry Marftrlane, John GuilH. Char
lea T. Littlejoho ,lr., D. O. May, l.ewii
C. King, Ueor.'c VY) Hie, t. C. Havers
C. P. Judkins, F. V- Lowrey, Zeno K.
. 14at of Liberty Bond salesmen ap
pointed by H. E. Clark: J. V. M'al.l
ron, K. P." Murray, R. E, Clark, K.
Booth, John Clark, J. J. Belaer, (). C
Hcott, K. B- Bariiea. Wm. F. Gaynor
F. G. Hummel, H. P. Benson, J. T.
'Phillips, H. I). M. Cobb, F. t Wuiith
"" 1. 1st of. .Liberty lloud Kalecmen ap
. pointed ' by , K. W. Duioenberg: Merit
' I)a;iel E. Voouev. Mias L. M. Girvin
loliu, E. OTiiimor, Ben Nammona, W.
N.' Pattau. Etlwxrd Focartv, Ambrose
. Wiiia, B. von n.'imra, ' Malcolm Mar
Intre;- He'eH Dowtett, Paul fpnin
1' U'ence H aterniHii. E. E. Bod ye
Ilavld I., ('onkltuil. !ol. John H. Ho
f.er. Vr. .1. E. Ilovle. A. C. (libb,
Ha-ry Halpen, C. .1. Kiebig. H. B,
Bily ' flo. Brown. W: A. I.ove, Cump
. bvll f'rf'ji".. A. I'. 'I'liiiyiT, .1 oli it l.u
' tilt- H. M. I'uK:'im.
Broker Finds Eight Large Craft
For Sale In Shipyards
Eight steel' Steamers,' representing
:M ,000,000, have been bought lu the
paft six month! by a well known Port
land resident .who does not wiah his
identity known, says the Portland Tele
gram of recent issue.' It ia not exactly
correct to say that the Port lander
made the purchases, but he negotiated
the sales, finding the concerns which
wanted the vessels and the men who
are willing to sell them.
Owing to the shortage of tonnage
oa the Paciie Coast,, the scarcity of
steel, tho high price wanted for steel
available, the slow ' delivery of the
metal and the long time which would
be required before vessels could be
constructed and placed in commission,
the Portlander discovered a solution
to the problem. . This solution was
found in Japan.
Despite the high prices and scarcity
of steel ia the L'nited Htates, the Ja
pnnese are doing an enormous amount
of steel shipbuilding. They have nn
abundance of steel, which tbey are get
ting at a lower price from the steel
mills of the United Mates than th
shipbuilders . of this eountrv hnve to
pav. Shipping me a on the Coast want
ed ships and were' willing to pay the
price, so the Portlander went to .lupus
several months ago a ad bought four
steamers ranging from 6000 to 7000
tons. Recently he again went to Ja
pan and purchased four more vessels
of similar tonnage for hit American
clients. On the second trip he had to
pay a higher price .than fur the first
four. While these ateamera cost ap
proximately 634,000,000 for the eight
their value is now greatly increased.
The Japanese were willing to sell on
condition that the new. owners would
carry a Japanese cargo, and the condi
tion was accepted.- The first four
steamers started on their voyage, went
to Australia and from there to Litimlan
tod are now returning in cargo. The
second fleet ia on the first leg of the
journey. Owing to the high charter
rates, it it estimated that by the time
each vessel has swnng around the cir
cle it will have paid for itself.
. . , '
Caatle k Cooke, agents of the Mat-
ion Navigation Company, received
word from the Matson offices iu Ban
Francisco through eable yesterday
Matine definitely that the ships of that
line ' were taken over by the United
States government on October 15. The
message also said that the United
Htates shipping board had assured
them that the vessels would not bs
taken from the Hawaiian Islands trade
at once. Following ia the cablegram re
ceived by the Honolulu office:
"U. b. HhippinK board has com
mandeered all our ships, but assure us
no intsqtioa immediately to withdraw
any of them from the Hawaiian Island
trade. ; Will advise you immediately or
HAS NEED OF A JAIL
WAIU'K!', October 12 Robert
Pocket, lone police officer on the island
of Lanai, necd a jail, and that badly,
from all accounts.
It need to be that un arrest on Lanai
was a rare occurrence, so there was sel
dom, if ever, iiw for a lock up. Bat
Lanai hue evidentlv fallen from grace,
or, to be more exact, the water wagon,
for Cockett i-iiiiiplaiiis that there if
much drinking; over there. There being
no jail, when au arrest is made it ia
necessary for tlie police ofheer to stand
'uard over hi priNiiner ut night or on-
til he can find u nny to send him to
l-uhaina for tiiul. Lately there bave
been so ninny urri-xtH tbat .the job of
"keeping w :i k i ' ' over the drunks has
become quite irkmiiic.
In answer to the nppeul, Hlieriff Crow-
ell went to I .an h i Monday, returning
again on WeJimdav. He found the rit
uatlon just about i' bad as Cockett b1
atated, and will recommend to the su
pervisors flic erectinn of a small jail
Miss Hauiioli Kastburu - Baker, a
graduate of the Los Auuclea State Nor
mal School, arrived yesterday from
an rruncixco and hns been engaged by
the territorial bourd of education si
a teacher. Bhe has been assigned to
Kahuku School, this island. '
Henry . Kinney, superintendent of
public ii)t ruction is expected to return
bont the middle of next month from
the Orient, where lie is spending bit
i n n nit 1 vacation. '
W. C. Avery, inspoetor-general of
territorial schools, ei peels to leave in
:he Clnudine next Monday evening for
Usui, where he Hill visit the govern
The new school buililing at Kaahn
iiihiiii a ill be giten the name of Kinau,
lifter Kinau. daughter of Kaniehameha
I. Kinau Kiicceedcd Kaabumanu in
Ih;)7 us "Kiiliina Nui," or premier of
'he Kingdom of Hawaii.
Via Esther ('uilsnn. who arrived lust
week from the ma i a lu u I to enter the
omp!oy of the board of education,- bat
beon assigned to tench at Honoipakau
Hehoul, Maui, hi- comes from Han
lose, Calif. iniiB. h ml succeedt Mitt
l.liey H. Meredith, who resigned a short
lime un to be iniiiii.-d. Mint Carlson
is already in Muui.
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MAUI IS RAISING
Valley Island Can Supply'. Entire
Territory, Says Food Com
mission In Weekly Letter
Hawaii as whole may ,well look to
Maui.' for its production of u&Yryfi.ad
crops, says tho weekly- letttte oijhe
territorial food commission bsled on
the rmrts of the county agents on the
various islands. Potatoes, eora, beans,
poultry, egos, beef,, jiork, hams, bacon,
and agricultural seeds are all being
produced on a commercial scale by the
Valley Islanders without py noise or
flurry over the matter.' .
The rational extension of diversified
farming is responsible for this, in the
opinion of tho rountt agent, and the
sugar plantations, havt not been the
Inst to adopt modern .methods in this
respect. Cattle and twin raising have
made rapid strides.
Several hundred acres of ahaadoned
cane land msuka of the Hamakospoko
section is available for diversified crops,
and will probably bo planted with cow
peas, beana, ieanuta, pigeon peas, and
other leguminous crops, rotating with
corn, with a view to raining feed for
extensive stock production.
Corn hat done well at Harold R'n-e'n
farm, about one and three-quarters tons
per acre of grain and two tons of
stover being harvested which at the
present high price . of corn leaves a
handsome profit.' Modern, equipment
has been vaed for husking, shredding,
and shelling the corn and, bailing the
shredded stover, which is worth twenty
dollars per ton baled. Tho corn is of
exceptinuai quality and is worth sev
enty dollars a ton on tho farm.
Reports from tho Kohala homestead
section, Jtawi plantation, Puiihue ranch
and Kaaubnhu state that the .drought
in that part of the island has spoiled
a large part of the garden products.
Crops slrendr planted have been burn
ed end stunted by, the dry westber,
aud in many- places no plantings have
been made on account of the drought.
The county ageut for West . Hawaii
has been endeavoring to work up en
thusiasm for a Kona county fair as a
means of encouraging the agricultur
ists. - The' Japanese report an excep
tionally good crop of coffee. Part of the
Bishop Estate IsmUhas been leased and
is being cleared for cultivation. Home
of the land will be used for coffee and
somo for vegetables and corn, which
will also be planted between tho coffee
rows while tho plants are young. Eggs
bars been very scarce in Kona.
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in s mii AiiAnTi ap
MINI I H U A L
IIILU UIL UIIUIinULlP
The tanker Lansing, which departed
from here for Hilo a few days ago,
carrying a large shipment of oil, hat
done much for tho plantations on Ha
waii! and the Hilo - railroad. Accord
ing to word received here recently, the.
plantations on) the Big Island and toe
Hilo railroad ran short of oil and were
reported to be in a critical condition.
Ii. W. Wrller, the Honolulu 1 repre
sentative of the Union Oil Co., tayt
that the oil taken by1 the I,anting to
Hilo win greatly relieve the thortage
of the Da vies plantations, Olsa planta
tion and the Hilo railroad, but tho Ho
nolulu tupply will be limited.
WAILUKU, O tober 12 A Filipino '
podsessod of more nerve than prinei-i
pies stole a black horte from the stable
or Police Officer Maikai at Lahaiaa. on
Monday and took a free ride on it to
Wailuku, says the Timet. Maikai
looked high and low for hit steed but
could find no trace of it. At last he I
wat informed that the horte bad been I
n in Wailuku and he immediately :
set off to recover it. The borae wat'
found and the Filipino arretted, and ,
it i said that Maikai rode the hOrao I
back' to Lahaina with the Filipino ia I
tow as a preliminary punishmeut for
bit bold theft.
Save Eggs by Using
Royal Balling Powder
In recipes for cakes,
muffins and other baked
flour foods calling for
the use of eggs, fewer
eggs may be used with
excellent results and
often left out altogether
by using a small addi-,
tional quantity of
Royal Baking Powder,'
about a teaspoon, in
place of each egg
You must use Roval
Baking Powder to
New book of recipes wtfile copomiae in eggs and other ssperW
sive ingredients mailed free,, 1 Add rasa Royal Baking Powdar Co.,
135 William 8l, New York, U. 8. Av ' ". ,. : h -
Royal Baking Powder
Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from Grapes,
adds none but healthful qualities to the food.
- Thomas Hafffoy, formerly an emptoya
of the Hustace Peck Praying Company,
was sentenced yesterday afternoon by
Federal Judge Poindexter to serve two
yesrt ia Oahu jail at bird labor oa
charge of impersonating a federal offi-
, Ilas j(, ir, j5. i ,.,..,. I I
VSStirns I... ,.,.. , : I, I
HarTrer has for aeveral months bees
in the habit 3f baiitattrrgtti principal
joy-riding routes around the eity, so
cording' to federal officials, 'and' whes
he caught women in. compromising Sitn
ationa, and men too, for that matter,
would follow them to their homes and
threaten them with arrest or exposure
if they did not make it worth his whil
to keep bis mouth shot,- a service whit
cost anywhere from,' ten to 1100. ;
fa (Trey ia alleged to have committed
a numhor of npeoifie crimes of this na
ture, th it tints of -hit. extortion sleet
ing to pungle tip Ttther than run the
risk of expoanrtv When arrested h
stated that he was not the leader of
the gang, but thaf bit Operations were
directed by a prominent local official.
Later he admitted' that this statement
wn unfounded. ,
The convicted blsekmailer.hst been
in trpobls on previous oecssioss, having
been convicted, of forgery in 1001 and
sentenced to a term of Imprisonment,
Judge Poindexter in passing sen
.'IToor attorney, Mr.' Aiu, hae very
eloquently asked mo to. impose leal
ent senteneo ob yon. in view of tho fsel
that you have been ia jail nearly fool
months alreawy, tave a wife and child,
at well as two sick: parents depending
npnn yon; and that tho realization of
the crime yon have 'committed consti
tutes la ineelf, a measure of paniah
meat. . ' '
"If j doty tn sad' one but it bat to
be donei , Wbea I was told that your
child ia continually crying out 'Mamma
why doesn't papa rom hornet' 'it al
moit upset my tease of duty. Yo an
ta old offender, from 1 all that I ean
learn, add yon have pleaded guilty t
having committed the most despicable
of all crimes, , brackmaU; you bave
preyed in ' the dark on helpless . mer
and women. It is an old story but it
wilt always prevail, that it isnt only
the man who eommits the crime who
suffers. Your attorney has pleaded foi
you on behalf of your wife aad fam
ifr, but '0u forgot all . about, them
when, you were about your nefariou
work. I understand' that blackmailing
is not an uncommon offense in tbir
community, and others must be warned
of. the yrrave peril t liberty attending
Ut practise. ., ' . '
Wore it hot tirf ' your family I
. J 1 . L , : . . .
allowed by the law7 but taking every
laini-siw cqnmatrationr i ,wiil lenrpet
thing -)nto qiMdsratrort jtwja tettfpe
tioe witS meroy and ienieate yo to
risoned at bard labor for-' two
On hearing Hbe sbdtenee the defend
ant broke. down and wept. ; , ' '
Again Defeat :
OAE0EN' CtTt,'' Long- ttland, Oeto
ber JT (Associated Press) The White
6ox . defeated, the Giants here yeater
day by the score of six to four in an
exhibition game, ' 'the proceeds . ot
I which will be turned over to the Amer
lean Bed Cross Booiety.
Jul wat the only exhibition game
the players of. the two teamt were per
mitted by the club managements t
take . part in. . The players will be
granted furlough shortly' and will visit
their homes in the various parts of th(
Union. They will assemble the earlj
part , of next year, to go' into theii
respective training eamps. '
Out of the gate money made by eseb
player during the world " series the
club managements ere withholding a
thousand dollars, the -amount to be
forfeited should the player engage 10
any ball frame not licensed by the elub.
The following tested
recipe la a practical
IUCX. MUFFINS V
4 mwhu ROyal BaUae hl
n laaapoon salt
can Mladrlea '
I tabj DOOM sllotanlA '
H aaUS i r , nj, . i ! ' . -i. , ...
DrRKCTIONO-Mli .ad stA try
Inaradtmia. Add bollxl rtea and
mllki mlawatt Add mahad short,
nine and bska In tr4 muffin
tins la anadwats mvmn U U M
The) old meithod Called
- for 2 gg
the best results,
BEES SIIIIG SEALS
Los Angeles Now Less Than a
v PAOiriO COAST lEAOtTB
Kraaclscs v ...
Um Aatelea , . ....
t'ortlsnd . ........
flaklsnd . ........
Let the Angela win again today sn4
he Weals lose. a they did yesterday
tnd.the Paeifle Coatt League will tee
t new leader.1- At they stood yester:
dsy but .001 percent held the Seals
ahead of the Angels, or three-fourths
of a game. '''
As the close of the Coast League
wasoa approaches ' the light between
3an Francisco aad ' Lot Angelee be
come more scute. On. Tuesday, when
he week's series began, the realt and
Anireli bot lost out in their iramet.
Yetterday the leaders failed to take
he long end of the score and the run-iera-np
lomothlag Stirred the Bee , '
IThe closest and beat game yesterday
vat that played in Halt Lake. Where
'he borne team managed, to defeat the
visitors, Fan I'ranoise.o ' being but a
. L ... J ,1. , .
on uruiuu in, winners. '
.A second time durina- the week the
Oakt handed the ' Beavert a ' wallop.
taking yesterday's game at Oakland
y aa easy score. The Angela, how
ver, turned Hie tablet yetterday on
he Vjrnon Tigers,, winning easily from
be home team, while the day before
hey bad beea shutout by Vernon,
:' At Vernon Ia , Anceles f . Vernon
At Salt - Lake Salt Lake 8. Saa
Praneiaro 7. .
At Oakland Oakland 7, Portland 2.
Vp to yesterday the week 'a eeriet
itandti -, , '.
.. Loe Angeles won 1, lost 1; Vernon
von 1, lost It Halt Lake, won S, lost
J; Haa Prancisco won 0, lost S; Oak
and won 2, lost 0: Portland won 0.
lost 8. - , '.v i, - ,
LIHUR, Kauai, October 16 The Li-
kue District Mid-winter ! Baseball
League is 'on the job aeain this Tear.
Live-wire John . Fernaades ' it at. the
helm and promisee Ltbue some real,
ive baseball. The leairue ia com nosed
it lv teams, the Haw alia, Germans,
ispanese. tuiptaot and lianaUaoJus.
. The schedule calls for two series, the
Irst series beginning Sunday, October
.'4, ana the second on Sunday, No vern
ier 25, Tbeo, H. Da vies Co. will
ire sent a cup to the champions. , '
Following is the schedule of games:
t. 21 D. 8. C. i-a. Hsnamaulus.
J. A. C. ve. F. A. D. , ,
Oct. 28 F. ' A. C. vs. D. S. C. ' '
Hawaiit vt. J. A. C,
Vov. 4 ' Hanamauloa vs. Hawaiit.
D. 8. K. vs. J. A. C.
Vov. 11 F. A. C. vs. Hanamaulus.
D. 8. C. vs. Hawaii. I
Vov. 18 F. A. C. vt. Hawaiit.
J. A. C. vt. Hanamaulut.
ov. 25 D. M. C. va. Hsnamanlut.
J. A. C. va. F. A. C
Ice. 2 F. A. C. vt. D. a C.
Hawaiit vs. X A. C.
Dec. 9 Hsnamaulus va. Hawaiis.
. H. C. va. J. A. C.
Dec. ' 16 F. A. C. vs. Hanamaulus.
D 8. C. ve. Hawaiit. '
Dec. 23 F. A. C. vt. Hawaii.
J. A. C. va. Hanamaulut. .
Harry Melini, manager, hot every
thing in readiness for that benefit
ianoe of the Second Town Team, which
t to be held tomorrow evening at the.
hitrigger Cauoc Club, Waikiki. 4
Katries for the coming women's
iwimming nioct at the V. M. C. A. tauk
ill close at one o'clock next Saturday
with Miss Marjorie Cappt, at the Ha
waiian Newt Company, Young Building.
The annual meeting of tbe Menoa
Tennis Club will be held at seven-thirty
tonight. There will be election of offi
cers and reading of reports. A full at
tendance of the members it requested.
Thirty-six hole play will take place
in the links of the Qahu Country Club
tn Nuuanu Valley next 8unday. Six
teen of the twenty players who made
lie eighteen bole round last Sunday
qualified and will go the double course
8uturday evening there will be a
wrestling tournament at Moiliill Field.
On Hunday afternoon the St. Louis and
Braves of the Paoifio League will play
the opening baseball game, to be foi
'owed at three o 'clock by a game be
tween the Wreckers and tbe First-Tblr-ty-tecond
of the Oahu-Servlee league.
Y AND PRIORY TO
Y BASKETBALL SERIES
McKiuley High School girls are hard
at work practising for the beat two-out-of
throe round of basketball garnet to
be played between their five and the
St. Andrew 't Priory quintet. Tbe f Irtt
game will be staged on November 9, at
the Priory. The teeond game will be
olaye.1 the week after at MeKialey.
Should a third battle be necessary to
decide the series, one will.be p'aye'il at
the Priory ou November 16. v
111 ONE did SCRAP
. WOP IIILOIIES
Y, M. I. Baseball Team Proves
:- No Match For ; Valley. '
, , : Island Players V
".WAILUKU, Maul, October 43 (Spe
cial to Tbe Advertiser)-Hllo came to
Maui to learn how to play baseball and
the Big Island boys bave opened their
eyes. , The Hilo J.rM. 1. team, arrived
here on Katuldat morning for a eeriet
of four baseball games with the All
Mani Start. ', ... '...
Bo far Hilo bat lost the twe garnet
already played. The teams ' play ; a
third game this afternoon and a fourth
tomorrow afternoon, Hilo taking.; the
Mauna Kea at Lahaina for the Big Is
land on Wednesday evening.
The visitors were defeated 'here on
8atrday by the score of eevea to sero,
and yesterday afternoon also lost out
to the locals, nine to Ave runs. t
Nakamura pitched the first game for
tbe visitort, the V. M, I., being totally
outclassed. The shuto-t pleased Maiil
fans a . good deal and demonstrated
that the Valley Inland hns players of
worthy caliber, for the Hilo team it
hv no meant a slow or easy one, the
. M. I. having won tbe year 'a-pen
nant of the Biff Island. ; I
la the first game the Hilot were only
able to collect two bitt off Bal, the
Maui twirier, who pitched" In fine form.
The home boys touched Nakamura for
thirteen safeties, one of these being a
home run by BaU Dutro, the Uui
short-fielder, made the onlv other ex
tra-base hit of .the game. The teamt
broke almost evea in the number of
evrort mado, Hilo being charged wib
five and Maui with one less. . , . .. '
The second game, played on Sunday,
was a frightful one so far .at errors
were concerned. . Hilo made nine, six
of them by Nakamura, who played
short, and three by Brown, who held
down third. Hilo wat agaia defeated,
the score being nine to five.
Manuel Baptista, . Hilo 's .' premier
pitcher, did the slab -work for the visi
tors ami he struck out nine men, bbt
had wretched anpport- at short and
k . a u. , vf ...i . u:..
, . . . i . I n, .uc, jMmvt w". ui cu iri una
off bit deliveries. - Robinson did ' the
mound work - for- the Maui All-Start
and allowed seven bits, -. Hilo ' scoring
five runt. He had alto wretched sup
port, but the Mani poor work wat far
from being at bad as that of the Hilo
infield. '. .:':' . .,
Bal, vrho 'eaueht for Boblasoa, :. wat
agaia tbe heavy hitter.- He secured
ha borne run. The other extra-bate hitt
of the game .were secured ' by Bodri
gues of Msui and Enomoto of Hilo,
ootn Dcmg Two-oaggors. ' .
- Here are the box scores and turn-
mariea -of the Saturday and- Sunday
games: - ,
r IHST uAM K UM'SATUKDAT ,
I. m. 1.
AB R If SB t'O I t
Boxer, a . . .
Brown. 8h ..
Bantlsta Hi .
9'Q 9 S 4,1
1 ' 0
Knonioto, c .,
farter, ef - ......3 0,1
Clereland. rf 3 0 0
Nakamura; p ......... .S 0 0
oi ii it .3 24 a n
AB R H SB PO A E
A k lone. If ....
Wadwortb, rf ..
RodrlrneH. 3b ..
Dutro, as .....
Bal. p ........
.4 0 2
4 0 0
7 7 W l 27 13 4
V. t I. Iin 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 00
itus , ooiioooo o :
All Usui ttuus 02001 103 v 1
Hits 0 i I 0 2 U I 13
Bunimarr Home ruu, Bal: two base bit.
Dutro; struck out. hj Nakamura 3. br Bal
II: left aa hasea. Y. U. I., 8, All Usui B
umpire, U. Cummlaxs.
V. M. I.
SECOND 0AM K
12 3 0
1 t U
...3 1 1
...3 0 1
0 10 0 0
.4 0 0 1 0
3 0 0 0 0 0
it 8 0
0, 0 1
0 0 0
X 3 7 3 24 8
Hllra. cf .........
Bsl, c .,
KabaawiunC lb . .
AVakarauit, rf ...
AB K II SH PO A V
...4 1 I X I 0 .0
...a 0 0 0 2 0 0
.a i o o o o
0 0 0
0 1 4
1 1 1
0 r.' t
1 o '.'
i o 10 o
t . o o o
30 9 10 3 27 8 5
T. 11. I Huns. .'..,'.9 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 B
Hits . .....1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 : 7
All Maul Huns . ,...2 1 2 0 1 0 1 2 11
. Hits 0 1 2 1 2 0 2 2 -10
Huuimarr IliHiie ruu. Bal. two base hits,
Kuoiuoto anil Hodrlirues, atrurk out. Bap
tista, 0, Koblnaon, 10; base, on balls, Bap
tista, 3. Koblnson, J: l hrlU. 1-uu
uioto, 7 Bal 2: hit bf plU-her. 'Urpwn and
farter, br Roblnkou: Inft on huma . -V. M
I., 4, All-Maul, 10; aacriuVe blta, Akiona 2,
Kabaawluul, 1 ; L'miilre ti. . Cuinmlass.
KAUAI STUDENTS HIGH
IN PUNAHOU COUNCILS
f Itora Broadbeut of Kauai hat been
elected secretary of tbe student council
st Ponahou and literary editor of the
Oahuan, the school monthly. Other
Kauai ttudentt honored at Punahou are
Mortimer Lydgate, elected president ef
the, sophomore class, member of the stu
dent council, representing bis elatt oa
the executive committee, and hat don
ned a football uniform; Blanebe Wish
ard, member of the student council of
the eenlor class, while Cedrie. Baldwin
represents the freshman Relate in the
same body. . . , , , ' , ,-
Compauy C, Heeond Infantry, cele
brated itt return from "somewhere in
Oahu' by defeating Company M of the
aauie refrtnteut yeaterday at Fort Bbaff
tor by tbe score of seven to tout runs.
To Be fceed
On New ferV pay
Honolulu Turf Magnates Practic-
ally Decided To Add Young
' ! sters To Their Stables . . j
'. taMtaaeaataTt. . - '
weorge . uorry eistea, last night I .
that the' Hawaii' Polo . BasTaxlL
ting . nni practically aeciaea . ..10
purchase the live yearlings brought
down here by llm, knd. that the
owners would enter them in a two-year-old
rtee to b ma at Kaplo
lanl Park In tonneetion with the
New Tear's' meeting. It is under
stood that a meeting of the club
will be called by President Visiter
IV Dillingham today. .
There is no doubt that local peo
ple want racing, but lt It certain
that tbe sport has, in the past, suf
fered from lack of hornet. In other
wordsraegotrt ,roa t, pay'1 good
money to see the same old horses
besting the' same bid horses.
If the five yearlings ia, question
be purchased by 'the Hawaii Polo
k Racing Club and run ia a baby
race on New Tear' Day, there la
ao doubt - that, the event will be
one of the most important aad at
tractive that hat ever beea staged
at Kapiolanl ; park, and that it will
mark the beginning of a aew era
in local racing. ' . .
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