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BEATEi M ILliGE
Big Crowd Watches Final Struggle
1 for Consul Liang's, Cup-Aala
Park Scene of Contest.
There fys a good-sized crowd at
Aala. Park yesterday afternoon, when
IhoCA. Cs. and the Chlncso Alii
nnco hooked up for the third gariifi
In tho series for Consul Liang's 6uW.
The C. A. C.. had won, tho D'fst.
game easily on the Chinese "New
Year Day, and then the Alliance hud
turned the tables on Saturday lost.
This mnde a third and' deciding
game necessary', .and yesterday the
two. teams hooked up at Aala Park.
Much to everybody's surprise, thetl.
A. Cs. went down In defeat to the
tune of 8 to 9. , ,
Ah Pau and Ah Toon formed the
battery for the C. A. C. nine, and
they did fairly good work. En Suo
also played for the team, but ho, for
a wonder, did .not scdre. Kan Yon
and Ah Tin go.t home twice, and Ab
Toou, A.kana, En Sang and Ah Pail
all crossed the home plate once. '
-The Alliance bincti tried two
. pitchers Ahana .and Amoy and
Chi Bui did 'the, catching. Every
man on the' ''Alliance team," except
""Ahana, scored, and i. Akana did the
trick twice. ""
The C. A, Csv made no less than
. six .runs .In their second, and tho
game looked). to bo al .oyer. In their
fifth the Alliance broke' 'the Ice and
made' one ttyrijthen'lii the sixth
they added' five runs to 'the total, but
the c. A. Cs. came back with two.
The score then Btood at v8, 'to! 6
favor of tho CAJ'Cs', and it look
like a win for the leaders. Dill the
Alllanco crowd was not to be, de
nied, and In the eighth and ninth
Innings they k'no'eke'd up three 'more
runs and won the match by 9 to S.
Tho oHlclal scores) are as 'follows:
. C. A. C: Runs.,,0 60 0 0 2 0 0 08
B.rI!..0 5 0 ll),2 0 0 08
C. S. A.: Runs.,;0 0 0 0 1 SO 2 19
. ,a iiit..ii$ftyna.i 1 29
Two-baso hits, En Sue," Chi Bui.
Chun Dick; left on bases, C. A. C. 8,
C. S.-A. 6J- bases 'on "balla''oft Ah Pau
G', Amoy 3,. Ahana, l": "stolen bases,.
Kan. Yen. J, Lo.Ah?T6ofaJ'L.Akima
, 2, Chun. Dick, Anah.-t, Amoy; "struck
out,by Ah Pau 3, Amoy 3,-Aharia 7;
double plays. En Sue to En' Bang, En
Suef-to' Bn-Samfr,,Tiin6fTfKme, l
.hour 38 minutes; umpire, It. Akl';
scorer, nam nop,
WHIM IMMtl '.
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Six Teams, Will Fight .It' Out on the
various uiamonas uooa iJaie
ball Is' Assured:'
There are' "signs .that the Bonlqr
baseball men' hrfe beginning to hear
the call of the diamond, and before
long tho managers will get together
and call meetings of 'their clubs,- As
far ns, the ','BIg" league' goes, thero
would appear to be some doubt as
to anything being done; but the, Mil
itary1 league will be sure' to provide
, as good ball, as they did during the
' nrst part of," last' season. ' '
, Andlflne baseball It was, too; when
' tho Bpldlera and marines wont, bp
against. One another. Every Sunday
there were' two good games Tot ball,
and alt the dicers and their Udles
ajwaya turned up to Watch the
, Tho Fighting Fifth, Fort .Shatter!,
Marines, .Guards, Engineers and Ar
tll(ery can arrange a serlespt gamos
for the corrilnK' season that will .make'
the' fans sit up and take notice. Tho'
military folk are very keen on base
ball, and anyone who followed toe
boys around at the league grounds',
Aala Park and as far as Lellchua last'
v year, must long for another spasm
of the same kind of 'dopo,
Tho Fort Shatters were rather out
of the. winning line last season, but
they pleased everybody by thoi way
they stuck to their guns and always
fought till the last halt of the last
inning was played. Good old Bo
loun an'd Batema'n were the main
slays' of the' Shatters, and it would
(please .everybody to see them again
on the diamond".
Then th'o Lellehua lads; are too
right ktridof stuff,' too; and who cau
forgot their great fights with the
Guards? rtaYry's. Beauts' won tho
last' series, but the other teams were
Improving all. .tho" Jrtlme, and the
games towardj;the end wero very
close und well contested.
Now the Engineers, and Arttllory
nro on" the spot, and, they will, of
course, send teams along to compete.!
. They hfvo some good, men out to;
ward Diamond Head, and several of
their men havo been, 'seen In games
on ,tho Athletic Park; diamond. Thsit'
tho military series ,wllt start Boon Is
tho sincere wish of. nil tho baseball
Wall Chong Co. In the Waverldy
Block on Hotel Btreet, havo somo very
flno suitings and dress t 'goods, Just
from tho Coast,, u. '. '
FLORAL NUDE ME
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High School and Columbia Boys Will
uompete ror Beautiful Trophy
'Track Meet ,on Boys Field.
On Floral Parade Day the nigh
School and Columbia Hoys 'will meet
Oh the athletic field In a series .of
running 4ml other events. The pa
rens committee have presented a
beautiful cup which will go to the
winners of the, track meet, which
will be decided on points.
Tho sports will be held oh the
Boys' Field, nntfrnost pf'tho people
who ntterid'tHe parad6" are expected
to take a run down and " see the
young mainland .athletes competing
wjth the flower of the High School
poos' and Jumpers. ' '" . '
A regular program of events will
be carried oift, an'd all tho" arrange
ments are In the'handsiof R. Oault
of the BoyB" Club." The' much-traveled
ones will haveo be reaily gool
In all the departnients.'ln 'order to
win from our .local boys, .and, If any
one of them manages, to' defeat Rice
or his pals, there will be. a lot of
cicdlt coming to the speedy one.
Excursionist Manager and "Wife Join
- the, Outriggers ;Bridge'''tfnd
Breakwater io ne uuiii .at. umo
house."" -T ' ' " "' ',
Manager' Frank .Clark of the
Cleveland excursion party did a very
thoughtful and 'graceful act before
tho big steamer putted' out from Ho
nolulu. He hfid noticed', how the
Btrenm between tho Mana and Sea
side had 'broken through the sand
bank and discolored the ocean, and
lie at once offered to present, $100
to Vlco-Presldent, Ford of the Out
rigger Club- for a: bridge over "tho
creek. ' '
On betnc Informed that the. club
meant, to go' ahead at onco: arid' build
a cocoanui unuge, iur. vmriuasKeu
that he and his wife be allowed to
A congenial' party, the
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The Locomobile is a perfect motor oar in "every sense of the wor. Perfect because it embodies
all the superior qualities conceived during" eleven years specializing' in automobile construe-
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Comfort is a quality very highly developed,. in the Locomobile. . Deep 1 cushions, ,big, .strong
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spnngSj and. certain features of the shaft drive system, malte ,it;'ride delightfully.. Correcdis- f
tribution of weight makes it hold therroad well and ride steadily, . '
liccnmu llfo members of the club, and
nt tho same time paid ISO each as
Thero will bo n meeting of the
members" of the Outrigger Club to
morrow at tho Commercial Club,
where, after lunch, tho election of
officers and reading of reports will
bo carried out.
Mnny Improvements aro .planned In
connection with the Outrigger Club.
A breakwater will be built nlo'ng-tho
stream near the lanal of the club.,Kuaol" ueieaiea uio rniani.i
house, and It Is also. Intended to
makn n wnlk alone thn henrli for
BEAL ESTATE TBANBA0TI0NS.
Entered for Record February 11, 1910;
from10:30 . m, to"4:30 p. m.
Cecil Brown Tr to Annlo W Akong
Annie W Ak6ng to Eva M Belscr. . '.b
John A Legr6s and wf to Peter' Stan
ley , ,....D
Est of Albert M McQurn by Ddn to'
J Alfred Magoon M
Est of "Maria' King by Tr to Kama!
,k) ...., D
Jaclntha Matzle 'and hsb to M No-
salta et, nr ...it.,.: i...D
Wllllnm Charman and wf to J Light-:
f oot, . i ,.........'.... M
II.Mamlya to K Matsumoto ,D S
W 6 Bcottto Henry Nlcol ,..b
W.A Johnston tb'J T Sllva Ri
Entered for" Record February 12. 1910,
frbm8:30'a. m'.'to 10:30 'a. m. i
Josejih 'Kahawati' and' wf' oi til" to i
Mrs.jtlpl Kdhawall ...r...!,.i1..D
W6hg,Choa'to W C Achl Tr Rijt
J'Al.freH.'Mngobn to'W'C Achl Tr,".Rcl
q AchJ. Tr to U McCandless ;': . . D
E,Ij ewls to, yon HamnvYOiing Co
Jolin.Vlctorlno to F RConradt.' L
MTa'aa1tai to P Sekldo .'.'.V:.,.C M
E'C'CAnaflo-nnd hsb'to H'T'Monls..D
HTiMAnti 'and. wf to JFratlblkco M'
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The agrtcultnral seminar will meet
ttt" College, bf Hawaii at. 3 .o'clock' to'
morr'oW' Wtornoon.J,The 'Physical
and' Biological " Features'! of Lttlle
KnownIgIons'lnH'awaIl;,Bwlll bo tho
EubrJect'''Sl'r' an' "address by" Profl Mc
' Captain Robert .Dollar .Is a passen
ger by tho "Mtinchiirltt today. Cantaln
Dollar Is widely lhtereBtid In 'Pacific
Ocean trnrfunortnlfnh MW TVillnr'nr.
comnanicB thn cantaln '
freedom of open 'country, and a perfect
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USKETIAU SEISM1 III FUIL
Palamas Go Down in Defeat in Easy
.Fashion Score 28-12 More
On Saturday, night tho Kallhl bas-
."""?" anor a game mat was rancr
ione - siuen
Tho scoro was 28 to li
and'nlthough the'Palnmns played up
to their best form,, they were out
classed by the Kallhls.
The game was played in the !'.v
lama gymnasium, and n big crowd
of fans turded out to root for their
R. Oault of the Boys' Club ref-
eVecd the game, and his 'decisions
wero satisfactory to everyone. Tho
lineups were as follows:
Kallhl A. Lcdward, F. Colburn,
d. Mills, ,C. Johnston, M. Moses. "" "
Palama Chlnto, Klmmut, p. Jel-
lings, Dlmond, II. Akl, Q. Kcaloha,
Tho following' schedulo has been
arranged for future discussion:
Feb. 12 Seniors, at Palama.
14 Men's League, at l'alama.
19 Juniors, at Palama.
25 Seniors, at Kallhl.
2 S Men's League, nt Kallhl.
Mar. 1 Juniors, at Kallhl,
5 Seniors, at Pnlamn.
' 7 Men's' League, at Palama.
' '12 Juniors, at Palama; .,
a a a
BUI Rice showed on 'Satnrday after
noon that he, la as good over a long
distance as he Is at sprinting, nnd tho
way h'o Won the throe-mllcs race
against the representatives of tho oth
er schools was a, treat to sec. Tho
Kams were Second and third In tho
raco and Rlce'c teammates ran fourth
and fifth. Tho high wind mado fast
time1 Impossible, but nil tho boys J
Showed good form.
Additional Sports .on Page 7
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, A pleasing prograirt'.ls being ar
ranged 'for the unltod. celebration of
the anniversary of thethreo, K. of P.
lodges In' this city. Tho good' ttmo'
will comd oft Friday. J
Oebrgo Isenberg BO,nds word that,
he 'expects io arrive here about the.
middle of next month.,'.
motor-oar. make autombbll-
Poor little fellow I Ho coughs
so hard, he cannot Bleep. That
makes him weak and sickly all tho
next day. His brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do we, for
we know that just, a few doses of
will stop the cough. For sixty yeWs
it has been the standard remedy
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