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HONOLULU STAtt-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEB. 4, 1013
HIGH p HAWAII
yJ PLAN RETURN
F:st Year That the CoIIene das
y vr Taken Up tha Sport and Vic
tory Over! t McKinley Team
.'.ircnglJiened by All-Star
. jtfh en-Is Greatly Encouraging
? .The College of ; Hawaii basketball
V friJ'K."Vwtw off. well when It beat tbc
Jl?.8chool tea-sirafurday night
1th'.a cor.of.1TbaC game
s tbe first (the .g.haa played
this year, but'. t&tre .arf many rrore
., -I001 imc8 ln t,; Ano'her with the
tsijJIgbs baa been scheduled for next
fit-lurdiy night, and. there la no doubt
Lat that fast ball will again be played.
The manager of the College of Ka
v vail besketbaU fem baa also been
trying to make arrangements' for a
rant wlh the Cuba. . Tbfs would cer
tainty bo a good one If ,lt can be ar
.:' When the College tenm defeated
inb. they played a fine game. They
v HT more than defeat a High School
team, for there were two All-Star play
n. working for-McKlnley, who went
p ; in because two of the regular High
; plrera failed to bow up. - :
Two of the College'! afroneert ni
e beat players are ; Melnerke and Mr
rflllno and they abowed their, worth
' !r, tbe game on Saturday. Marcallino.
who captain of, Urn team. i!ts ren
ter and plara i well, Melnecke is n
forward, with 8frrtt for a partner.
'. Roth are fast; but Mefnecke excells a
III tlx on basket shooting and team
wk. Pratt and Co'ieena make two
0',Jnd,l Koarda and finish: nn n tAtu
' Wvat baa" a good-future before-it 8uh-
WUutea for the team f are Clark,!
Lmpke an Barnharfc -r.f: 't :j - ;": "
. The rime scheduled for next Sstnr
isy will be plavd at 7:13 at the 'T
; as. last time. High School expects to
have Vt regular team, r which X. will
. eliminate the two All-Star men. 1 '
v ?Thli la tbe first year the ron
; tkennp basketball, .hut Judging, from
the energetic way in which the players
; rte.pushlng things ibis year.. then In
! tf'W-td jriake the- sport stick,'- TV
College contains many gcod. athlees
"5 has been demonstrs.tfd, and all thai
Vas necessary was for them to get to
gether: In order" to. make itherai elves
seen and heard on the athletic 'field.
Mnch is to be expected from the Col-
lege in-that line; J - ::'--ff
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. DESCH GETS
P H V t MP L TMS - PACIFIC
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NEW YORK, y Jan.; 24. Freddie
- Welsh, the' lightweight Vchtiirinlon of
England, has postponed htc trip to tlh
Jtountry, ; owlnff ,to : thsj death., pf i his
mother.. Welsh hid made arrange
;tnenta to sail for .America, affer ithe
-bout between Jem, Drlscoll and Owen
, lloran . at tbe National Sporting club
of London on next Monday tight V '
; v., .. v, t , , mJ, y- -3 , : ' v-
V- Matt Wells , former i: lightweight
. champion of ; England, and Hughle
HVhegan' former champion, of Austra-iii-.
are .going to fight again. Thay
have been matched te a 20 round bout
t ihn tn bft bmorht off at the
YCntlditaK Sporting club, , london. on
t ; iVbruary 2. Mehegan was awarded
tbe decision oyer Wells on a foul tn
he fourteenth "round of a h round
contest on September ljrl912 ' '
Al Xlppe, manager ot Billy Papke,
I an cabled for the latter ito talli for
rarla not later than February 8. a
he wants him to sUrt training' early
for his 20 round .battle with : Frank
Klaus, which takes place, at the Cirque
d Paris' tn Paris on Utarch 5. -In a
". let ter Llppe -saya he - Is so , confident
that Papke will defeat Klaus that he
Intends to bet a big chunk of .money
on his chances. ; Papke will 4 wager
v: lirOQ jthat he gets the decision., y
- Tommy Murphy.whof4s to fight Joe
Mandot a 20 round bout at San Fran
cisco ion Washington's blrthdar, to
day received his railroad tlcketa-fox
v tbe trip to. the coast from Jim Cof
f roth. 1 Tommy says h will leare for
San Franciscaon. Februsry , whirh
wUl flTe him 11 days la which to get
' intft thape for the firv - ;; .
V, rMandot ts a great fighter " said
yVurphy. i thing J haT an excellent
chance -of winning,!;. - -
Mrs. Terie Desch, who was a fami
liar figure at Waikikl all last summer,
is attracting a lot of notice on tbe
coast on account of her speed swim
ming, and many are the bouquets
handed her by the San Francisco pa
pers. None of them note the fsct
however, that Mrs. Desch was defeat
ed in a match raco here by Miss Ruth
Stacker, of this city. Posaibly their
statements as to Mrs. Desch's invinci
bility would not be bo positive if they
were aware of this incident
Speaking of Mrs. Desch. and some
of her recent performances, tbe San
Francisco Call of recent date says:
. Forty seconds does not seem very
fast for a 50 yard swim and there
ere first class high school boy swim
mers todsy who can better thst mark,
but there is not a woman swimmer
the length of the Pacific coast ex
cept Mrs. Terie Desch who is capa
ble of better time.
The woman's world record for SO
jards Is held by Fanny Durack, the
Australian maid who went to Stock
holm and made nearly a clean swet
tf the girls' v swimming races at the
Olympiad. Miss Durack has been call
ed a human mermaid, and many of
ther marks compare very favorably
with some of the men a performances
f more particularly oyer the 10Q to
150 'yards. "Miss Durack has estab
lished a record of 31 seconds for the
50 yards, which' is the present world's
mark: for this distsnce. ,
V It is tardly likely! that Mrs. Desch
ever could reach that figure, but there
is not the least doubt she could take
c goodly . chunk off her present coast
t ecord of iO seconds, i. Mrs. Desch -now
holds both the 50 and 100 yard coast
tecprds for women. . ,
THEY MAY BE HEARD FROM SOON
Eddie5 McGoorty? has; evidently los
- h oiTstiae as a drawing card in this
' city, for; in his 10 round bout with J
Fivddte Hicks at tne rairmonx Ain
- h-tic cfub on Wednesday the grors re
ctipts. onlv amounted to, $1500. Of tblR
uttm McCporty. received 35 per cent.
which, amounts to; $455.; Only two
jrrfths ago M-KJoortr drew down over
vJfiPOO lor boxing Mike Oibhona at the
. '! GR-rden. . Jy ff? '
OWEN MORAfi DRAWS
WITH: JEM DR1SC0LL
fxinTDON. - Jannr t-l T" T'
. colt Ike BrlUsh fether-weigt cham
- p'on. and Owen".' Morao of Englnd,
' fenght a twertv-roand draw tonight.
; The ronteKt took olacs at the Nat'ons'
' Sporting; Clan, "wher ;a gTeat crowd
witnesses s fast battle. -
!VfcDrfccoIl waa te Severer of the two.-
AMt Moran's sggreasiveness evenen un
the honors. It was an interesting bout
to witness. it nothing soecfcuTar
trok place. TMscoIl worked a 6trlcht
It ft that bothered Moran somewht.
tut the lad wbo bM tied with Ad Wol
xrast for the lightweight championship
' orly a 'ibort rlroesgo got i in some
sffecUve blows with Wa right hand.
- ..Chinese New . Year which":fallsot
February 5 ( tomorrow! -wlhejotKi
served1. b7. the Chinese residents ' of
this clt. i - Acceding to the scores and
scores pf Requests from . the- Chinese
community; - Manager: Kim Tong Ho
and Traiher; Sam Hop "of the All
Chinese 1 have ; promised v to furnish
them the amusement for the after
noon. The two gentlemen Will have
two Chinese teams going up against
one another, and the players will be
the best selected among the Chinese
ball ;'t08sers. Including all the utility
men and promising youngsters that
the' All-Chinese team carries. .
The players have been selected And
the greatest rivalry now exiBts be
tween the two Chinese teams. Trafn
er Hop's team will Le known as the
"Long, Runs," while Manager Kim
Tong Ho's team goes under the name
cf, ''Simon pifres'; Each team is out
to give the pther a good thrashing,
and each team claims to know all the
weak points of the other.-. . The Simon
Pures will have Kan Yen and fJHand
some iick Yeo as the battery, while
the Long Runs will depend uixin .Fos
ter, Robinson, Aheong fkni lioon Kt
This will also be theithlrO;. duel ;be
tween the", two rival pitchers, Hoon
1U la the'uUlity man ; of the All
Chinese and a pitcher in the Junior
League, but he -will don the mask to
morrow to Bhow that Ae is not a
novice behind the bat Kim Tong
Ho's team intends to win, for the
mothers of En Sue, Apau Kau and
Sing Hung will be on the grandstand
to cheer for the Simom Pures.
; The game will be called at 3 o'clock
and the full lineup wlll.be as follows:
KlmTong Ho's Simon Pures : Kan
Yen, c: Luck Yee, p; Apau Kau, lb;
I Ah Lee. 2b; Lai Tin, 3b; Ah Kai, ss;
Hoon Chcong, rf; En Sue, cf; Sing
Sam. Hop's Long Runs: Hoon Kt,
c; Foster Aheong. p; Albert Akana,
lb; A. Asam, 2b i S. Tyau, 3b; V.
Ayau, ss; Tin Yen, rf; Ping Kong, cf ;
I Akana, If.
Manager Ho is out to make it
twelve straight while Trainer Sam
Hop said that it would be an even
dozen -for his team.
MODEL OF FAMOUS YACHT
AMERICA FOUND AT LAST
WORCESTER, Mass. A wooden
model believed to be the original de
sign of the famous yacht America,
v.liich captured the Royal Yachi
t.quadron cup in 1851, has been founi
ftmong relics stored at the headquar
ters of the local Grand Army post.
Cpngreisman Butler Ames who owns
the America, has a:ked the po?t to
sell him the model, which he wishes
to present to the New York Yacht
HllLLU 111 ill I L II
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' ' w' ' " CHAMPION BAfiKPTRll t TP AM OST V.TU IMtlMTDV
The recenUy arrived Twenty-fifth Infantry-gos In strong for -basketball, and lt.is likely that when the chain- ,
pionahij) of the "Y League Is decided, the regiment will be hear.d from: The soldiers are very anxious to stack
up against local talent and measure respective abilities. " ' ' ' y :'-':U-"ir : '
The picture shows the team of L Company.'champions of, the regiment The men, reading from right to left?
are First Sergeant Ostorne, Lieutenant O.. H. Saunders, Warren Osborne, James, HolIingsworthWllUs, Hidge
and Franklin. ; - ; '
j& Clever Boxers
Willie Lewis, Frank Klaus, Harry
Lewis, TJixie 'KldBam McVey, Joe
Jeanette and Billy Papke have found
fcay Paris-the 'garden spot of jLhe ugnt
unl verse. Between s them they have
harvested millions of francs m the
Frsnch capital, and apparently, there
are more , Jo come. v- , f
1 Paris probably 'is the pugilistic' cen
ter ejf the. world w.hea one only views
the' monetary returns,; Fighters" are
puid bettor "iai Paris than anywhere
else' ftr t Wt-.ntv-round battim.:.
W(SMe'anette swung f their,
fIirtsW.ife fa ' monstrbxis coliseum r of
spectators; v when- tney- fought that
meh'orable " flf ty-r6and contest ' in Pa
ris in 1909H McVey was the king' of
the boulevard Vt ' that time,"" follow
ing a , string" of .knockouts over Jack
Scales, Ben Taylor Jewey SmitbAHar
ry Shearing, Billy Rickard and Bill
Warren, and a twenty-round decision
over Jeanette.. . The latter combat so
excited thev Frenchmen that they
matched him arid McVey for a meet
ing to a finish. The big negroes made
a Ftna!l fortune out of the affair and
their efforts ' were considered worth
Slip VliY CII
AND FIELDING aver
the All-Chinese ball
team for the , "eleven games
played- since the, team's return
from ', the mainland invasion, have
been " compiled by . Scorer fiam? Hop.
tn ue leads in purloined sacks, with
14 ty his credit.-. U Akana. was the
only member of the team to collect a
home run; and he also Reads' in extra
base hits, with .12. In fleldinsr a
noticeable feature is that not a single
A. careful study of the figures. is. thej error was made IntBerntfifild-out
ui iwwai cuances. lai Tin gtts
fln honors for. clean work in' the infield,-,
with only, two errors charged
against him,, in. 45 chances, which Is
sure some fieldlag'for a third base
man, i . . ..-..:-'v
Matttm tmm 'tnafAeStf? frfr advaficed
for the nnlforni succsBvof the. aggre
gation, tot the Chinese outhit and out
fielded all their rivals, besides scoring
nearly four times' tht- total number of
runs that were chalked up against
, The Chinese scored 79 runs In the
eleven games, while the combined
tallies of the opposition amounted to
only 22' an average of 2 per game.
The Chinese made 10S hits. aa. against
60, and stole 46 bases to 13 purloined 1
off the opposition. On tne otner
band, 82 of the team retired by the
strike out route, while the Chinese
. ) pitchers fanned only 60.
healthy average of 452. Next comes
En Sue with an even 400, while Ah
Lee is the onlj& man in the three hun
dred class, with 333, in three games.
Jeanette Had two more bouts InU'!'!
IVaAAA KtfAA.. lofiirincr frw listmsi on1 I , Aftouo, w
he secured a 'big guarantee for each
performance. McVey also lingered a
jvhlle and gathered abundant, in shek
At the same time that Jeannetteaud
McVey were enhancing their green
backed ,follS4. WJJlie iLewis was mak
ing his own plea th Parisians. He
fought seven fights there in 1908 and
won 'them ail by knockouts. France
went wild, lover him. The following
year ha ai&in went to Paris and had
the same xkind of success. He has
made three rvjslta since then and each
time hitched-onto a" bundle 6r mony,
besides being " wined and dined and
having rare vintages named after him,
not to mention the free use of num
erous historic chateaux overlooking
the Seine. . '
Papke just got a 33,000 guarantee
for his fight with Carpenter. But he
didn't take ft Inasmnch as the house
came to S18.00Q, Billy overlooked the
smaller sum and made for the per
centage. Frank Ktaus and Carpenter
drew a great crowd when they mixed
a lew months ago.
Harry Lc f?, the Philadelphia wel
terweight. gi w rich on thirteen fights
in France. jrpenter is worth thou
rands. Papke just returned from Paris a
few weeks ago, but he's going back
soon. He (foi't care to overlook the
gold, that he's likely to get Klaus is
liguring on anuKer trip and McGoor
ty 13 planning to give the Parisian
game a piav be fere long.
This trio should make a Handsome
L Akana .....
Ah Lee .......
Ki,n Yen . . ...
Apau Kau ....
A .Akana .....
V. Ayau ......
Sing Hung ....
Ping Kong ....
L. Akana 11 , 42
En Sue 11 40
Ah Lee 3 12
Kan. Yen 11 47
Apau Kau 7 22
A, Akana . 11 52
t Tin II 44
V, Ayau 11 50
Sing Hung 11 41
A. Asam , 8 34
Luck Yee 5 11
Ping Kong 1 1
BH SB 2B 3B HR SH HP BB
79 105 46 25
G H SO BB
..6J,i C3 28 21
..4 27 32 15
-1 11 8 25 86
R HP WPBks Win L
10 1 1 0 6 0
12 5 1 0 5 0
BARNETT AND AYESHA,
HYPNOTISTS, ARE HERE
Robson Barnett, the hypnotist who
showed here a year and a half ago
and whose feature "stunt"' of burying
a man underground had the police de
partment out in force to stop it, is
'back in Honolulu, arriving by the Si-.ances
erra yesterday. He is accompanied
by Avesha, who it will be remembered
was with him before. He is featuring
Ayesha this time. They have traveled
widelv on the mainland since leaving
here and-have been, itis said, very
successful in demonstrations of tbe
occult arts. Announcement will be
made later as to their local appear-
Mills Institute, though unable to do
n.uch oa the soccer field, is making
r.rrangements to enter .the crms c
try run, and from the looks of the
available material should be a.'e To
nuke something out of it There was
a (brnoot pf twelve boys for the first
practice, and In numbers at leact. tMr
compares very favorably with the
nxmber from the other schools Inter
ested. , , Not much has been done In the way
of, practice at yet as the soccer scned
ule was completed only last week, but
the boys who are turning out seem
serious, and ready to work hard. The
cross country run is one of the Im
portant events ot the reason, and if
It Ills can turn out a good team it will
do much to establish a reputation. Ti
run, comes off. this moa'b, nnd there
Is not much time left for practice, but
If the boys are : ready jto work they
have a-fair chance to put out a win
Kins team. , ' ; V- ; ;.
t One of, the essentials for a cross
cpun try runner is good wmfi. Several
ot th cross country candidates play-e-J
s4pccerand (there is nethjn better
than that to develop the bellows. If the
hoy p will practice ; regularly there is
no reason why they should, not vput
out a team with which to even nay
things between them and Kamehame
hn. The cross country wprk will alto
be a help to the track men. . '
. " m mi
"The latest thin ar Punihou - is a
girli' awimmlns' meet which la now
being planned, ; Mrs, Driver, the athle
tic, instructress whoi has recently tak
en hp the. girls athletics at Punnbtro,
has been conducUa? awimmlg clis333
eVerrieek. ' Her pupils are taking
sech an interest in the sport that (the
f swimming meeTamong Uem
was suggested, and arrangements are
tic w? belos madevA-it5,:V-7.j
, The actual date for tne meet has not
yet been decided, but. if is probable
that it will be heldln three weekfi of
t-ossibty two. Practices are beinj held,
sad otter arrangemen, are
made to make the meet one (Se tig
fectnres at Punahou. ?i ':r'. i -
More, Is being done v this year and
titore interest is bein shown In rr.'f '
Ucs than In any . previous ycr and
thia is especially go wl h the sit e
ethletlcsK ais is practically the at
yt ar that the girls have actually taken
pp good, hard athletic work but they
certainly are going; into thinsa now.
The good results of tbo work are si
ready evident and there is.no doubt
but that they will keep it up. v.
Y. M. C. A. Sdwllna League.
P. W. U Pet
Laetis 12 9 3 .750
Healania 6 4 2 .667
B. B. C Co 5 4 .555
Cosmos 9 4 5 .445
Honolulus 9 4 5 .445
Myrtles 9 4 5 .445
Rapid Transit ... 6 0 6 .00j
- The Laetis took two out ot three
from the Cosmos last night thereby
malntaing their place at the top of
the percentage ladder. The rolling
waa In no way remarkable, except ior
of splits in te finals
A. E. -Tinker
SAFE COrr.H MEDICINE.
Mothers everywhere object to giving
heir children medicines that contain
opiates and for this reason Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy has become a
general favorite. This remedy con
tains absolutely nothing injurious and
for the prompt nlief of coughs, colds,!
croup and whooping cough, it has noj
Woodrow Wilson says he is still
not ready to name his cabinet but
win later announce evervthlng" ati
aahaI est o n 1 a u 7 1 loQlopa Ron
cuuai. rui oaic lit sxwt ucaiviv. a-
nuo, uoiuer 01 me cup. ue nays inai son. Smith & Co.. Ltd.. agents tor Ha-
the model disapepared after it had waii. advertitement.
been taken from the cabin of the
America when the yacht was scuttled
!n St Johns river. Florida, by confed
erates who used her as a privateer.
The America is now ti m tip in Fort
Point channel. She is still In excellent
(oadition and probably will be under
DEED ON RECORD
William D. Westervelt has sold to
R. F. Clayton and wife lot 47 in the
Beachwalk tract for $1100. The deed
contains anti-liquor, anti-billboard,
anti-store, anti-factory and anti-nuisance
generally clauses, as in the case
of another sale in the same tract re- i
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They say that tne Cosmos get t all
their ' goats."
"What was that
you said, New-
the Laeti spirit. Tinker."
Can't I talk down here?'
Oakland and Honolulu to Bat
tle for AUey Supremacy and
Results to Be Flashed by
Wireless Will Roll Simulta:
Honolulu rollers flll try conclusions
with Coast alley cracks thia evening.
In the first trans-Pacific match In the
history of the sport The difference
in time haa been allowed for. and the
first ball will trundle down the T
alley a here at exactly- the same time
that wood begins to fall in the pits of
th.Oaktand Y. M. a A. . V '.: ;
The Ittterassociatlon contests .have
been arranged by correspondence,: ami
according to the agreement, the i erics
will consist of the 'best three In fire ,
matches,;. Each, match ts to conUst of
three games, total pin fall to count.
Five-man teams will compete. '-
Rolling will start here tals arter
hoon at 5.15. while the Oakland alley
men won't go into action until 7.45.
The moment that the last string l
completed, the results will be flaihed
by wireless, arrangements having be"t ;
made with the Federal Co. at both ends
of the line, to ' rush the ' messages
through, so that before players anl
spectators leave the drives the result
should be known. H is. thought that
the , Honolulu-Oakland serlea will
arouse Interest la long distance bowl
lag matches, and that San FrancUco,
Seattle and Los Angeles may come la .
the next time" a" wireless match 1
thinned. - '
1 i'cj.r i
NEW HAVEN. Some Interesting
nointa were hrouznt out nsrs recent.
t by the statistics compiled from the ,
list of those who have earned the
ffsf lit. M.Vte mmmV ' n n
i i&ufr .. iiuv.c iovm, ucu' auv,4 ."uwa
first were presented to wear the ,Y ;
sweater. Accorainjc to the Tale New :
1- ALI . . jp . , I - ;
uui m& vuto iiivu iiif ucu u4io 51.1' -
sports. Thirteen received tSe ccvetri
a. ' " t- . Ja.ll
nonor , m mree .onr.c"r3, w;;;. c-y., .
f . T . ' 1 ,
I , . I - - 1 JVI.'.I.' k.-.V,'!' ' ,
track and crew. l. .
honor of having r.wca tir a Y's, la I
their freahman-year, whila tis Utter
arrf G. W. Woodruff. '83. are tia czlf
ores who have received (the reward la !
Lit r tff luuiLa lur a.wu r cai . . -
Of those to whom Juve been awaril'
cd letters in two branches fiftv-thrce''-1:
received tnem ior roewcau ana o", -,
ball. ' This number" Js followei closely
shri thlrtvslx in crew - snd football."
while only three have done so In hase,
tall ahd (track. To C; F. Brown, 'CV
belongs the unique distinction of tdr
edtte feat ln crew and. baseball. f ft
the 'ame year. Thirty-one hare won
tnetr x s inrouga .iour or xaoro Bar
cn the football team and the lane;.
nnmlui An tSA irartr ram ' TwntY.
nte nave ino same rccora in DBeDu
TI UIIO VVW VAA V- b
pucate m crew. . -;;
-' Nine hive gained the. letter. la two
miHi' fnr (ftifp nr more vetrs. 110)9 .
'20 and 82 M. 8v received a Y twelve
times, setVn-of them is football. L. ;
K. Hall, '82 and 8J L.' S.. woa the -award
six times in crew. C 8. B her rill, -V
and '91 U 8., achieved the aim e
euccess in track, and A. A. 8tagg, 'it K
ciid likewise in baseball wWh the help ,
Ity school. ";;.;; .f ' :f.
v.v isn - :-J"v:
GET ATEM CENT ' 4 ' ;
BOX Or CASCARETS
lasaref yea fer menths atraJait a Kcx,
Heaaarhe BfJleaiaess; CeaiUpaUon
; er a Bad Stomaea,
Put aside lust once the Salta, -
Cathartic Pills, Castor Oila or purga
tive waters wnicn merely -, orce , a
nassazewar through the bowel, but:
do not tnorougniy cleanse, iiresnea -and
purify these drainage or aliment.
ary organs, and have no effect what
ever upon the liver and stomach.
Keep your inside, organs pure .and;
freih with Cascareta. which' ;thorv
ougbly cleanse the stomach. : remove f
the. undigested, sour and fermenting ':
food and foul gases, take the excess '
bile from the liver and carry out. of
the system all the constipated, waate
matter and poisons la tne intestines .
and bowels. a
A riuiira tnnlirfit H1 maVm Toil
feel great by morning. They work
while yon sleep never gripe, sicken
and cosi only 10 cents a box from
your druggist. Millions of men and
women take a Cascaret now and then
and never have a Headache. Bilious
ness, coated tongue. Indigestion, Sour
Stomach or Constipated bowels. Cas
oarets belong in every household.
Children just love to take them. advertisement.
CALIFORNIA DAMAGE QUEER
Wilkinson had both high score and
average for the Laetis, 18 and 151.
Barter was iiigh man on
mos, having high score of
an average of 170.
Tonight (the old-time
Myrtles vs. Healanis.
According to a story arriving from
San Francisco yestprday, the .cruiser
California has been suddenly discov
ered to have sustained serious dam
ages along tbe port side of the ship,
below the armor belt and the water
line, where the side is crushed for a
distance of 175 feet. The greatest
mystery enshrouds the affair, and a
board of inquiry is now probing it' . .