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PORTLAND BOSS NOT VJ0RR1E0 OVER
REPORT OF BEAVERS BEIMG DROPPED
"Wolfing" Arouses McCretfie's Ire Baseball Conditions in
California This Season' Have Been Very Bad, i ays the
. Judge Beavers Will Land on All Fours if Dumped
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 2"'. "We'll, I
L see some of the boys down South
V arc 'wolfing' again at the back
cfoor of the Portland baseball cluo,"
faid Judge. ilcCreedie of the Braves,
upon being informed that theold talk
of kicking Portland out of the Coast
league was being revived. v
'I'll admit that conditions have been
bad here this summer, but they have
.been correspondingly bad for baseball
in California as elsewhere. The Coast
league is full of broken pledges and
. that is what cujts down gate receipts.
The boys gather in the winter and
talk economy and vote for it, then go i
home and, under the stimulatus of a)
pennant race, proceed to cheat and!
pay more salary than they should.
Wont Mind
"There is not a chance that Tort-
land will be out of the Coast league
next year, but if we were cast adrift,
we would relish it as much as the
Californians because we could pro
. duce the greatest little Class A league
in the country in the Northwest
"But they are howling about the
financial returns of the season. All
right. Let's look into the book.
'Frisco Poor .Pay
; .' For. the three weeks we played in
San Francisco, .which claims a base
ball population of a million fans, and
therefore four times as large as Port
land, we were paid only $469 more
AUTO FACTORS DEFEAT
FEDERAL BOWLING MfN
In one of the" best matches of the
season the Auto Factors defeated the
Federals last night on the "Y" alleys,
taking two ame,s and the total pin
fall. The auto men rolled a steady
game, making S71 in the first session
to the Feds' 786. In the second game
the Feds came back: and nosed out the
motorists by a score of 876 to 871, but
the Factors rolled 840 In the flnal go
to tlie Feds 814. The winners' total
was 26S2 and the losers' 2476.
Tinker of tire Autos was high man
with 599. Ho, with 564, came next,
.while Henley of- the Feds was third
with .536. 1 The Pineapple Factors take
oh tlie Sugar Factors tonight at 7:30
o'clock. -
COMPANY G WINS.
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The fast Company G,,25th Infantry
team defeated Company A eleven yes
terday afternoon at Schofield Bar,
racks by a score Of 18 to6. The feat
ure of the game Was the lipusual num
ber of runs made by Company G
backs.
After theWMr
When all the present belligerent nations are producing
food, clothing and the machinery of peace-time industries
again, and there is sufficient iood aiid raiment for all,
money probably will buy more han it can today.
It is reasonable to expect that the dollar you save this
year will buy 50 to 100 more then than it will at pres
ent. Since a dollar buys so little, saving it "does, not imply
a great deal cf self-denial. -Why not save it, put it away
and let it grow in purchasing power? Why not permit it,
in addition, to earn interest? Be jWise, save all the money
ycu can from this date forward.
We ppy 4 interest on time deposits.
Bishop & Company
Savings Department
TO THE
S VOLCANO HOUSE
mm
( Directly Overlooking the Volcano
of Kilauea)
COVERS ALL EXPENSES
Steamer Mauna Kea sails every
' Wednesday and Saturday ..
per week than we paid San. Francisco
for a like period in Portland.
"For the three weeks . we. played
Vernon at Los Angeles we were paid
but $450 a week more than we paid
Vernon the three weeks played t in
Portland. Xos Angeles claims douole
the populIon of Portland, besides its
transients.
Salt Lake Better '
' Salt ' LaSe J did better. It paid ins
S750 more a week tor the three series
there than it got in Portland, but Salt
Lake at" the time was a pennant con
tender and interest was aroused.
"We have not finished our third
weak at Oakland nor at Los Ange!e3,
so figures are not ready for Uiem.
"But here is a good one. San ran
clsco, .fighting for the pennant, last
week paid no more than we paid the
Salt Lake club inthe closing week of
the season here. V '
One Good Week )
"Each of the other clubs has given
us one good w eek, only one. We had
to contend w ith bad weather early in
the season and we paid. San Fran
cisco $1800. However, in 1913, with
perfect opening week weather we
paid Los Angeles over $5000. There
have been years when ; Portland paid
the visiting clubs far more than it
received from them. : But let them
kick us out and we'll know where
we'll '-land, like the cat,with all four
feet on the ground."
ALL INTERMEDIATES GO
DOWN TO FORT KAM. MEN
The All-Intermediates suffered
their second defeat in the 'Y,f senior
basketball league last night, going
down before the Fort Kamehameha
men by a score of .30 to 24. The Good
years captured the other game of the
doubleheader from the Greys by a
tally of 26 to 19.
In the Middles-Kams game the play
was close up to the third quarter
w hen - the winners forged ahead. In
the other mix the two teams scrapped
for it from' start to finish, but super
ior weight of the Goodyears won out.
DEAN IS PICKED.
CHICAGO. 111., Oct; 19.-Charles A.
Dean, president of the Central associa
tion of the Amateur Athletic Union,
will be elected president of the na
tional body at the convention to be
held in St, Louis next month, accord
ing to Information given out tonight
by E. C. Brown, chairman of the legis
lative board of the Central association
and a former president of the Central
and National A. A. U. ;
MM
He
The official sanction of the Ha
waiian A. A. U. was handed down
yesterday afternoon on the big open
race which the Outrigger Canoe club
intends to pull off on December 1 and
in which Duke Kahanamoku, Ludy
Langer; "Stubby" Kruger and J oh i
Kelii will be the principal contest
ants. The course will be from Cas
tle's Point to the Outrigger diving
stand. The race was originally, set
for November 4 but it was finally
decided to close the five week regat
ta with this big open event: A cup
has been put up for. the swim.
Saturday Program
The meet nrooer will open Satur
day afternoon. The first day's pro
gram includes:
50-vard ladies' swim.
25-yard swim for" boys under twelve
years. ,
50-yard men's novice swim.
100-yard swim .for girls under tit
teen venrs , "
Swim for elderly members, from
Castle's Point to Outrigger dmnj
stand. ' i
Swim for junior and senior mem
bers. same, course as above.
On Sunday, November. 4, a sailing
race 'will be held over a triangular
cqurse off the surf at Waikiki.
TrODhies
A chowder and' dance will close
the regatta events the evening of De
cember 1, which will be a Saturday.
Gold, silver and bronze medals wil
be awarded to the entrants finishing
in first, second 'and third place, re
spectively, in each event on the pro
gram. Officials v
The following officials have been
chosen for the five-week regatta: .
Judges-Guy H. Tuttle, A. H. Tarls
ton and "Dad" Center.
Timers Merle M. Johnson, C. Tait
and L. Foullard Lee.
Starter Captain Harold. Brittoh,
U. S. Army.
Scorer W. H. Hoogs, Jr.
Announcer Joseph Stickney.
Among the three play let3 to be
given by the I-anai players on Nov.
8, 9 and 10, at the 7.ahiakea theater,
wiU be "Rosalind" by Sir James Bar
rie. Many fine plays have been writ
ten by this distinguished author, -but
few have ever been put on before In a
Honolulu theater. "Rosalind" is one
of his most charming concerts and
has the central place on the bill. Mrs.
R. N. Burnham, who did clever work in
a minor, part of the "Perplexed Hus
band," has the title role, and is sup
ported by Miss Osgood and Mr, Stick
ney, both of whom are new to the
public. Many other new plays will
be in the cast of the other two plays,
and also a few of the favorites of the
first production. .
PUNAH0U MIDGETS TRIM
M'KINLEY THIRDS FOR
SECOND TIME IN WEEK
The Midget league game between
the McKinley Thirds and the Pun
Buffs yesterday resulted in a win for
Punahou, 14-0. The battle -was a re
play of the game won by. the Buffs
last Saturday, 7 to 0. Both teams
showed better football than in the
game Saturday. Conant and Bush
scored for the Buffs, and Harvey kick
ed goal in each case. The scores were
made at the opening of the first and
second halves on the excellent end
running of Conant and forward passing
by Bush. For the losers, Kuninobu,
Akana, Naeole and Leong showed up
the best, and among the Pun-Buffs
who were good were Willis and Crane
The next games to be played will
be Honolulu Military. Academy vs.
the Pun-Blues. McKinley vs. Iolani;
tlie Pun-Bluffs resting this week-end.
These, games are beginning to draw
the crowds "of Midget league fans;
some 'two hundred including several
of the fair sex appearing at yester
day's "game. Tlie Honolulu Military
Academy, McKinley High School,
Iolani School, and Punahou Academy
form thejeague at present. A constitu
tion is being drawn up and contests
will be limited to football," baseball
and basketball - this year. ,
OLD "CIRCUS QUEEN"
STANDS OFF 25 COPS
CHrCAGO, Ill.Barricaded behind
locked doors, Mrs. Nellie La Pearl,
once the "equestrienne queen" of the
circus, neid at Day a spuaa or twenty
five policemen, led by Sergt. Michael
Grady, who sought, to enter her apart
men Mrs. La Pearl brandished a re
volver and declared she would "shoot
the first policeman to enter without
a warrant."
Sergeant Grady sought to raid Mrs.
La Pearl's apartment after he had.
seen a number of men drive up in
automobiles and enter the place at an
early hour.
1 Sixteen army chaplains were assign
ed to National Army cantonments.
; COLDS CAUSE HEADACHES"
i. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE re-.
; taoves the cause. . Used the world over
to core a cold in one day. The signa
ture of EW GROVZJ is on each box.
Manufactured bj the , PARIS MEDI
CINE cc.; st; Louis; u. s. a, ' 1
BARRIEPLAYTD
BEPRESENTED
like Jay's labs
.WHAT'S THE USE?
Ima Dhubb Says:
If you
Talk about
Your neighbors
Folks call .
You a Gossip
And If you
Don't talk
About them
They all get
Suspicious
And think -
You're;
Holding
Out some- :
Thing on
Them '.
So, What's
the Use? I
Every time a boxer goes up against
Champion Benny Leonard, poor old
Terpsichore runs second.
: In olden times- th Dunishment was
inflicted on the fighters but nowadays
the spectators assimilate the punish
ment. . V' .
Oh, yes, Prunella, the reason they
are exempting married men Is be
cause the government feels that no
man should be called upon to fight
two wars at once. -
National opohlhltfon should' hiva
no more effect on golf than a redhot
stove on a snowball.
Sure he Is! Ludy Langer s living
1LI. !.t. I II ' a a.
on xnia isiana. nappenea io swim, 07
the place one day and liked It.
That women's swimming meet last
Saturday from which men were ex
cluded proved to be as . popular with
the mates as a telegram sent collect.
Norman Ross has been offered a
Job as swimming instructor with the
arrhyjust after he passed hit test for
the aviation service and is undecided
which position to take. Sort of "up In
the air" -about it, what? What?
For. SaleNeat collection of front
gates of various ires going at cost.
Call or ring up Lost and Found De
partment of the Society for the Pro
mulgation of Gateless Grounds.
They're drawing the numbers to
day. ; We can assure you none of the
boys caught in the draft here will
get cold feet. .' Climate too hot, any
way, for that! . . .
HIL0 BOARDING "SCHOOL
- TRIMS HAWAII-JUNIORS
IN FAST BASKET GAME
: " rsoedal SUr-BnlleUn Correspendenca.) '
I1ILO, Hawaii, Oct 31. Basketball
enthusiasts, .of whom a large number
were present, enjoyed rare, sport last
night, at the armory, when three
games were played.
The first on the program, was the
Hilo High School Juniors vs. the Ha
waii Juniors. The score was 21 to 20
in favor of the high school boys.
The next game to be put on was
the Hilo Boarding School vs. the Ha
waii Seniors. The result was a score
of 30 to 23 4 In favor of the Boarding
School. Chong of the winning team
made six field goals.
The last game played was the Hilo
Yacht Club vs. the Y. M. I. This game
ended in a score of 43 to 22, the yacht
men having the majority. "
The standings follow:
Won. Lost. Pet.
H. B. S. ............ . 3 0 1.000
Yacht Club 4 0 1.000
Y. M. I.... 1 2 .333
Plantation 1 2 .333
Hawaii- ;V. ... ... .... 0 4 ' .000
PLAY TODAY.
The postponed match in the Hawai
ian Patriotic tennis tournament be
tween Cyril Hoogs and George B. Hen
derson will be played this afternoon
at, 4 : 45 o'clock on the courts of the
Hawaii Polo and Racing association
atKapiolanl Park.. The winner of the
match will meet A. L. Castle tomor
row afternoon.
TO BE SOLD SATURDAY
Owing to a slight error the sale of
the yacht Hawaii was reported yes
terday as goins to take nlace nest
Wednesday when the legal notice
states; It will be November 10. In or
der to correct any false Impression It
is now stated officially that the sale
will be on Saturday, November 10.
THREE ON CARD
Two games of volleyball and one
of basketball willi be staged in the
"Y" games hall tonight. The Cavalry
will meet the Aeronauts, and the Ar
tillery; the Marines in volleyball,
while, the Infantry will tackle the En
gineers in basketball.
Collars
a for 35
3 fir 50
CLum-vEAB arret co-inc
' JlfAKERS" ' -
Arrow
UAHU LEAGUE TO
OPEN SATURDAY
Big football on the Island of Oahu
gets its send-off Saturday afternoon,
when the Oahu Football League opens
in Honolulu and Schofield. : The Fort
Kamehameha griddists and the Town
Team will meet at Moiliili field at
3 : 30 and the 32nd - Infantry will 1 play
the Y. M. C. A. at Schofield at 2
o'clock. In both games the balance of
the dope favors "the soldier teams, as
both the Town Team and the Y. M. C.
A. have had only a short practise pe
riod. The Fort Kamehameha outfit
has been practising for a couple : of
months and the 32nd club about the
same; egainst the two weeks the local
aggregation have been able to get in a
right signal practice.
Promises Well Vv -
The game between the Y. M. C. A.
and the; 32nd team promises to be full
of interest. So far no team has been
able to make much of a showing. Last
year's National Guard team had Its
start the year before, and only showed
its class its second year. , V
For the Y. M. C. A. team practise has
beenmeager. The only two players
known locally on the team in major
league football are von Holt: and
Whitcomb, tackles ; from last year's
National Guard team. Otherwise the
team is a crew of dirk horses. ;
Dark Horses .Yet . ( :;
Davis,- Pammel and Albrecht, ' who
have been playing on the College of
Hawaii team, have been working out
with the 'Y" griddists. Davis made a
good showing in the game, between the
college and Punahou, but that Is only
prep school ball. The teams at Scho
field, the Town Team and Fort Kame
hameha claim that while Davis and his
two team-mates are hie: stuff In the
junior league, the big class football
wm put a crimp in them.
Percentages will decide the cham
pionship In the Oahu league, so that
the opening, games while" giving an In
sight Into the relative strength of the
teams, will not show, anything conclu
slve. Two teams, the Fourth Cavalry
and the 1st Infantry, do not play until
the second week of the series. TheY.
M. C. A. team lays off; a week from
Saturday and the Town Team plays no
more games until ThanKsjgiving.;on
account ' of the National Guard ; en
campment. PLAY TIGHT GAME
Company A, 2nd Infantry, football
team, recently organized, battled
with the Kamehameha cadets on the
ICam field yesterday afternoon to a
scoreless draw. While the 'soldiers
had the ball in the cadets- territory
during the first half, their wind fail
ed them In the second. The khaki
team consisted of Lindsay, Harmon.
Foster, Barron, Hay worth, - Harman.
Rinkle, Miller; AVilson, Jarvis and
McCoombs.
Poultry .will be the next food article
to be placed under control by "Food
Administrator Hoover.
v..
DHnk
Rr I
IRON PORT
at all
fountains
It calls up thoughts of. cooling
shades and spring-fed brooks.
J
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Gigantic SaleHo clear a wholesale: stock of RUGS and CARPETS
AT THE HONOLULUvAUCTION ROOMS,. ALAKEA STREET, NEAR KING, - HONOLULU
WE D W ESDWjX OTEtSBER
AT 10 O'CLOCK, SHAtL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION f .
Four Rolls Cotoa Matting, 10 Rolls Grass Matting,
and 4 Rolls Velvet Runner ,
! As Follows in Part: , ...........
ANCHOR, COLONIAL, MANOR, PALISADE, AXMINSTER, KATONAH RUGS
YONKERS AXMINSTER, ARDSLEY AXMINSTER, HIGHTOWN AXMINSTER MATS
HUDSON RUGS, DIXIE WASH RUGS DE LUXE GRASS RUGS : .
SOUTH SEA GRASS' RUGS AND MATS - CREX GRASS RUGS AND MATS (all sizes)
WAITE GRASS RUGS AND MATS (all sizes) 0 A CHINESE MEDALLION GRASS RUGS
' CREX RUNNER, 27 in. and 36 ixu ;.: -: : ; , '
COCOA MATTING, 36 in. EXTRA, COCOA MATTING, 36 in. P. VM:V0RMr
COCOA MATTIN6. BLUE BORDER, 36
" VEILVET RUNNER, 4 ROLLS IN TWO PATTERNS EtcEt
This stock of Rugs is offered as being dean stock only, in finest condition, greatest zzzortziszt
of patterns, in Grass, practically every, size, style and pattern inCrer Rugs - are here goffered up U
12x15 feet ' ' ; ''- . k. S:-!v:;
I This is your opportunity to get Rugs at very low wholesale prices, and ycu nay ts a::ured.thit
you will NEVER GET SUCH A CHANCE AGAIN in Honolulu.' v '; -;, .
: HONOLULU AUCTION ROOMS.- ' v ' (ry- ;:;J. ; S. BAIL3Y. .
ammm m on
!sEflpT;c?raa;s::..:2
Declares Los Angeles Syimming Meet Officials Are Slow
: Compared to Quick 5ehd-of f Given By Honolulu Starters
, Expects to Come Back in February for Carnival F.I cot
(BY CLAIRE A. GALLIGAN.)
I OS ANGELES, Oct. 20. ThiWy
be considered either In the-Hght
of a tribute "or honest apprecia
tionfor it is my candid opinion that
Miss Dorothy N. Burns is a greater
open-water swimmer at the shorter
distances than : Miss ' Olga - Dorfner.
We swam our last race together at
the Los Angeles Athletic club recent
ly and Miss Burns won: It was a 1Q0
yard event and the time was 1 : 11.
This surprised me, and 1 tried to give
Dorothy hard competition. When we
crossed the finish and heard the an
plause I thought Miss Burns ha4
broken ;a! new American racord It
must have been that the rank: was
slow. ' ' ; - ' '.-- J
Slow Starters ?::y.':,l . -:
The start for the race upset both
of us, as there was some confusion
over the pistol. The words, "On your
marks," "Get set," etc., were drawn
out in contrast to the kind of send
offs we received in . Honolulu. W"e
made one false start and then went
rippling on our way. "Dode led all
the way, and the people, mindful of
her other victories at this distance,
gave her a' good ovation. , r
Enjoyed Visit . ; . . i
; The : trip ; west and then - across the
20,000 FRANCS. GIVEN , !; V
TO FRANCE BY POPE
PARIS, France. Pope Benedict has
sent to Cardinal. Amette. archibishop
of Paris twenty thousand francs for
the cardinal's work on behalf of refii
gee families from . the ' districts 1 ' of
France occupied r by the , Germans.
Cardina GasparrL; palpal secretary of
state forwarding the pope's donation,
wrote::. . ' v:;
"His Holliness is glad in thus" giving
a fresh mark of his special favor to
ward the French population of the oc
cupied districts so severely, tried by
the scourage of war and also toward
the whole generous nation so dear ti
his paternal heart." T-
BEIAfT'PllS
f You can draft Power, for your Business v-.
by using the medium of Publicity that Trill -take
Your Business vinto the -Homes of
Hawaii. -
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Business Men profit when they Serve. ; ,
Customers are aided when they are told
what is in your store. ' " " ' f .
Paid Publicity
The. general circulation of the Qfll
Stur-liulletin for Oct. 27 wasP V A
Honolulu Mu cti
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Pacific has b$en "cne of the hajplast
times that has befallen any swim-'
ers. If I was fortunate in the leaser
events, Miss Burns surely made felt
her claims for recognition in the
sprints. I think she is essentially &
short-distance swimmer, ' and if she
stays at the sprint marks she will
break all records, v -
I am positive from witching her ef
forts last year that Miss Burns - can,
outswim. Miss Dorfner; If they meet
in open' water. ;' .
I am leaving the way open for an
excuse later, if v Miss Dorfner should
amaze us alL by new and greater
speed. Competition might be tha
thing that will bring her victories
close to world's time. ;
Dorfner to Come ; ' . ' :,
From tentative v plans made pre
vious to out sailing for San Francisco
I assume that Honolulu is to have us
back in : February, along with Miss
Dorfner. .-;-.o .-
"Am starting shortly for my home in
New Rochelle. Miss Burns has cade
plans to come north, so that she will
soon be listed among San. Francisco
celebrities. ; She is .a champion, a
good sportand that goes,, win or
lose, ;;'-"V-:. : : ' - - ' " ' , V - ' "
EX-WARDEN IS HELD
x . v ON FRAUD CHARGES
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. Former
Warden McClung of he Missouri peni
tentiary was arrested on two Indict
ments charging conspiracy to defraui
the state. , . ;
A joint Indictment against McClung,
and Lee Jordan charges that they en
tered into criminal conspiracy, that
Jordan should collect S3S1 for 1.S52
more sacks of cement than he deliver
ed. . ;.;y; : ::f'::')A : ;-. j
McClung, for. four years, was chair
man of th Democratic state commit
tee. Jordan ls head of a lumber com-:
pany. :.V- - " : " '"
STAR.-JLLE . N GP'3 Yrj
Tt 0v. riEVVS TODAY
Will Do It" . . 5
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