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1' 1.' r t .A' TIM HAWAIIAN 8TAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1009. i El li It Hi Weak and Exhausted Almost Ready to Surrender and Cease Fighting the Battle of Life. " If your blood circulates poorly and your norvos aro weak: if von aro despondent and discouraged, with stomach out of order, and havo indigestion, sick headache, weak muscles, and you find your day's duties almost too much for you then there is help for you in oarsapariiia It will arouse the digestive glands to moro activity, will purify your blood, help you to refreshing sleep, and give renewed force, tone, and strength to your system in general. Aycr's Sarsaparilla has benefited many thousands of tired and discouraged peoplo and will surely benefit you. An now made, Acer's Sarsa parlllu coulain alcohol, Thoro aro many na Nation Harsaparillaa Oesurov'jj " X" f'.'ZWS." Lumber The largest assortment of lum . ber is the Islands, which means that you can get the lengths and widths you want for any Class of work. Lewers s (Me, no., 177 S. King St. Phon 776. HOURS To Chicago From San Francisco, Th Fastest transcontinental train. OVERLAND LIMITED Electric Lighted, Buffet, Li brary and Drawing Room com partment, observation car, with diner. Telegraphic wi post ed on train. Southern Pacific JEW ARRIVALS IN ."SILK (iOOD Sot years our line of Silk good! haa oeD tht bast In town and our last ihlpmant proved no xceptton. fwakami & Co., - - Hotel St STEINWAY STARR AND OTHER PIAN03. ' THAYER PIANO CO. 1S6 Hotel St., Opp. Young Hotel. Phone 218. TUNING GUARANTEED. CONTRAOl'Jtt : BUILDER Estimates given on all klndi ol work. 36 South Hotel SI. between Punch bowl Jb AlapaL AYER'S i Ml 68 JKMBSA I Jf Fine Baseball Is " SPOmiPT 'There will be no lights at the Athletic Pari: This decision was arrived at yesterday ufternoon wnen the directors of the enterprise met and talked over the situation. Originally the parlc management expected to pull oft box ing bouts between members of the fleet crows but, since there havo been so many outside challenges and at least one professional pugilist has como down from the Coast to mix up with sailors on the cruisers, the dtrectois decided that the bouts would savor too much of real prize-fighting and so determlnod to have nothing to do with it. In an interview on the subject given out for publication, the park directors say in part: "The Honolulu Athletic Park is tor all kinds of open sports and athletics such as can be arranged tor amateur, semi-professional and professional events. Baseball, football .track events of all kinds and any competitive events in the open air we are pleased to promote. Boxing, however is some thing that takes an expert to produce. The management of the Honolulu Ath letic Park has noi, at present, the ser vices of such an expert and, under standing that there are other parties who wish to handle boxing competi tions with sailors from the fleet and other boxers as competitors, we have decided to not promote any boxing at the park." For the benefit of the sailors who wish to have a chance In the squared circe it may bo stated that Fred Smith who is arranging to pull off boxing events at Aloha Park, ..as the cordial indorsement of the Athletic Park peo ple. The visiting sportsmen on the cruis ers have a big aloha for the Athletic parlc people on account of their hav ing placed the only skin diamond In town at the disposal of the sailors dur lg the week and have done everything they could for the benefit of teams that have played there. BIG LEAGUE TO APPEAR, This afternoon there will bo two good games of ball at the Park and it is significant that this is absolutely the first appearance of big league teams down at the new place. The Diamond Head team, reinforced by "Long-swat" Hampton'' and Alt. Castle, who twirled for Harvard, will play the victorious West Virginia team. In the second game the Kams will play the team from the Colorado. Tho latter team Is a good one and Freddie Bassett, veteran ball-player, yachts man and all-round sportsman Is their coach and manager. .A PECULIAR INTEREST". The ,game between tho West Virginia and the Sparklers will have a peculiar interest as the Jewels, with tho addi tions above-mentioned is about as good i! team as could be picked on the Islana. Although the Saints wouhl doubtless argue this subject. The F. F. Vs, as our 'Tlser friend has dubbed tho Wet,- The Small Fry That Yankee-Doodle hos stuck so many feather in his cap that It makes him look all the mus lanned For Sailors Vnglnla team, are a grand bunch ot ball tossers. Schaeffer, their regular first baseman will have to officiate in the box on ac count of English, their regular pitcher being laid up with a broken thumb. But Schaeffer has pitched two winning games and pitched a hold-down in half of u losing game since he has been here. He has a wonderful selection ot curves and one special delivery that Is hosed on the famous fadeaway of "Mat tie" the great big league twlrler. The feature for the fans this afternoon will be to see whether the Jewels bite at this ball or not. GOOD GAMES TOMORROW. Tomorrow the Athletic Park games should draw every fan in town. The Boer commandery, under the leader ship of Oom Paul Burns, will try to defeat the Marines in the play-off of the .great nineteen inning game that was stopped by old man Sol who dip ped beneath the horizon berore the winning run could bo scored. The Marines will be reinforced by good od Anderson with the big mitt. Anderson is the father of basoball at Camp Very and knows more about han dling a baseball team than any of them. With Andy to catch for him Gibson should put up a grand game and the Boers will not have any kind of a cinch. They realize this and will play thehyvery best TWO WINNERS TO PLAY. The second game will be between the two winners ot last Saturday's games at the park. The team from the cruiser Tennessee was successful in Its attempts with the Dragonlels and the Japs also made good with their spasm against the South Dakotas. The meeting of these two teams should be a wonder. For the benent of sailor visitors It may be explained that the Kalthi team Is named the "Boers" on account of their manager and captain having the lirst name ot "Paul." The sporting writer of this paper referred to him once in conversation as "Oom Paul" the name was taken up and has stuck. "Half-wets" for the Marines explains itself. Also n the Boers win this game they will be tied with the Japs for first place in Lie first series of the; Oanu League. The .games today and to morrow will be moro than worth go ing to see. ATHLETIC PARK. Today Diamond Heads vs. U. S. S. West Virginia, 1:30 p. m.; U. S. S. Colorado vs.Kams, 3:30 p. m. Tomorrow ICalihis vs. Marines, l:3w p. m.; J. A. O. vs. U. S. S. Tennessee, 3:30 p. m. I Purser Phillips reports the follow ing sugar awaiting shipment on the ! island of Hawaii: : Maiakea, 5722 bags; , Ookala 5,800, Kukaiau 980, Kukuihaele '. 6090, Honokaa C300, Honuapo 2169, Fu naluu 11477. A game of cricket is being played at Makiki this afternoon between the H. C. C. and the Bishop & Co., eloven. It has been decided to hold the match Marathon at tno Athletic Park a week from tomorrow, commencing at 1:30 p. m. M The Riverside Palama nine want a game for tomorrow afternoon at Aala Park at 1:30. A game wlah a fleet nine would be very acceptable to the team. The second game at Aala Park to morrow afternoon will bo tho Aalas vs. the Kewalos, a regularly scheduled game. Alexander Hume Ford writes the Sporting Editor of Tho Hawaiian Star as follows: "225 Fifth Ave., New York City. "Aloha Oe: Don't forget the big re gattas forf the Frank Clark 'Round the j World Cruise Cups in January." I will bn there to see the fun. How is the club progressing.' ' j I Tlie senior and freshmen crews ot the Myrtle Boat Club will ro'w over the freshman course this afternoon for a .dinner to be paid for by the losers. (There will also be a novice race be tween the Myrtles and Healanls, tne course being from the spar buoy to tho ilackfeld wharr, j The skating race at the rink last night was won by Garnett In the good time for a mile of 3:03. Bolster and Kul also skated. Keio University defeated the Univer sity of Wisconsin nine for the second time by the score of 3 to 2. The news Icame 'in a special cable to the Hawaii Shinpo. f STANDING OF THE LEAGUES. National League. Clubs W. I Pittsburg 98 Chicago 91 New York 79 I Cincinnati (JO I Philadelphia 05 St. .Louis 47. Brooklyn' 47 Boston 38 American League. Clubs W. Detroit '89 Philadelphia 85 Boston 79 Chicago t 09 Cleveland 68 New York 63 St. Louis , 58 Washington ' 37 i-aciiic Coast. Clubs W. San Francisco 108, Portland 90 Los Angeles 92 Sacramento 80 .Oakland 70 Vernon 63 Outlaw League. Clubs W. Fresno 25 Oakland 25 Sacramento '18 Stockton 18 L. 48 62 58 67 71 73 79 100 L. 63 70 79 83 102 106 L. 18 21 22 25 Pet. .650 .621 .576 .t07 .489 .403 .424 .270 Pet. .632 .563 .638 .491 .40 .373 Pet. .581 .643 .450 .419 93 .2'J) . WAILUKU, September 25. A very enthusiastic meeting of the Maul Rac ing Association was held at tho Maul Hotel last Muesdny evening the 21st Inst. Flvo new members were elected mak ing nineteen new members for the as sociation In the last three months. There will bo about ten more for next meeting which will take place some time during October. Tho by laws were revised and new I racing rules were adopted. The same . rules that govern racing In the United States will govern races here and no ' doubt they will prove more atlstactory i than the rules under which wo have been racing . The association expects to have tho Hawaii and Oahu horsemen .with us next Fourth of July and we expect to conduct our races on a busi ness basis and leave no loop holes ror fakers. Tho Association has had a very hai-a struggle In the last few years to keep afloat but owing to its clean conduct they are out of debt, have money in the treasury and today .Maul Is the center of racing in this Territory and the coming years will only tend to place her In an uassallahle position. Of course It Is necessary to have tho support of the public and Maul nas been very liberal in its patronage ahd it Is to bo sincerely hoped that the public will manifest as much interest In good clean horse racing as they do inbase ball, tennis, yachting, polo and cricket. Why not patronlge the sport of kings as long as It is conducted In a clean manner Kokua The steamer Keauhou arrived from Anahola early this morning bringing 2741 bags of sugar, 2 packages mer chandise and 293 bags paddy. Rough weather was experienced In the chan nel. Fine Job Printing, Star OfHca AMUSEMENTS. AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5 EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO. 10:30 EXHIBITION OF Fancy Skating BY Miss Emma Wiener Champion Lady Skater of the World. ADMISSION: 15c; Skates, 15c. Tie novelty Tiieater Corner Nuuanu and Pauahl Streets. Grand Opening TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER .28 Motion Pictnres Changes 3 Times a Week. Admission 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c. GITY Auction COMPANY J. W. PRATT Auctioneer I THE iPrinnfiss Wmk L. l'Ct. II H H W WW "SP SBIIIIB 1 i 'open Every RfteiDOon M ! ;ii Evening 86 .353 ' . N ' ' ' A t. ; ' W 11(6 Gquire and Trie voile Lord GAUMONT CO. Famous Musical Comedy Stars. NEW PROGRAM. "Come Back to Erin" Cornet and Saxaphone "El Capitan" March Dulcimers. New Trick on the Violin Medley "Hear the Pipers Calling" and ' "Dusky Rose" "I Could Learn to Love a Soldier" Correlllons Admission ,as usual Empire Theatre WILL APPEAR FOR THE FIRST MIME HERE.. DIRECT i -wOM ORPHEUM THEATER, MANILA. JHay- WSLLHGE & WBY-Batog ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS. PRIDE OF THE FLEET, MAY WALLACE ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY." AMERICAN CRAYON ARTIST. BOBBY WAY NOVELTY COMEDIAN. BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY. Fort Street Below Beretania. notion Pictures AND Vaudeville Changes MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. Admission: 10c and 15c; Children, 5c. THEATER The Home of Vaudeville J. C. Cohen Proprietor 11 COUNT THEM 11, Engagement of the world-tfamous creators of humorous situations. wise l ill A company of eloven Song and Dance and Musical artists. PRICES ....10c, 20c, 30c i MATINEES: WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY HONOLULU ATHLFTIC PARK Sunday, September 26 MARINE VS. KALIHI, 1:30 P. M. J. A. C. VS. TENNESSEE. Bleachers 10c Reserved Seats 15o and 25o Seats on salo at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., King street. Bros. Armon The PARK Kino Job Printing, star Otnc.