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THE PACTFIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1009.
p Q THE TLEASANTON HOTEL Located in the fashionable res idence district, in the center of a five acre tropical park which pro vides a delightful retreat for out door recreation at all seasons. FLUXGE 25x30 with 8 feet depth supplied with pure artesian water, is within easy access ani communicates with bath rooms. THE ONLY MOSQUITO-PROOF HOTEL IN THE TERRITORY Ml.'- V THE PLEASANTON HOTEL DINING ROOM, CUISINE AND SERVICE UNEXCELLED. Bedrooms have the particular features of spaciousness. They all open on wide, sun-protected verandas. A private diningroom for the accommodation of persons desir ing private luncheons or dinners. LIV1NGROOM presents attrac tions not found in other hotels in Hawaii. THE HOTEL IS ON THE CAR LINE, io MINUTES FROM BUSINESS CENTER. YflG HT CRUISE T All the Yachts Will Start on Moonlight Cruise at Six o'clock. The yachts will start for Haleiwa this afternoon at 6 o'clock. The Ha waii, will start from the foot of Fort street and ail those who have the honor to have passage aboard the Hawaiian scho,oner are requested, nay, command ed, to be there with their dunnage by 5 o'clock so that a start can be made before nightfall and the yachts can get out of the harbor without having to wrestle with a big pall of darkness. The Luka will probably leave earlier in the afternoon. She will be in charge of Captain Denny, who sailed her so well to Kahului and Mrs. Miller, the owner, will be aboard with a jolly, par ty of women friends. The fact that the Luka is going to take the women folk on this cruise, is one of the best boosts that yachtinjj ever had here. There are numbers of fair yachtsmen or should we say yachtswomen who are crazy to get tout on the water and have a good time just like the mere men things, but their brothers and cousins do not give them a proper opportunity to do so. The. Luka will cruise easily round the westerly end of the island and wilt drop anchor in Haleiwa creek with the other, yachts. There will be a live crew of fair sailors aboard and the very word "seasickness" is tabu. The party is made up of only "Wets" and some of the local yachtsmen may find themselves up against a crew made up of active -rope haulers of the fair sex, before very long. The Kamelianieha, Glady- and Char lotte C. will also take part in the cruise. Viee ' Commodore Jaeger's launch, will probably accompany the bunch, leaving Honolulu later in the evening. Mr. Jaeger is always .on hand when he can be oi" any use to the yaht club and his launch may be of great use, if the wind should be light when the yachts are entering Haleiwa creek. There will be a full moon tonight and there will be no trouble about navigating during the night time. All indications, judging by the barometer and various telephone messages from the clerk of the weather, point to a fair breeze all night and a elear sky. Sunday will be, spent at Haleiwa where manager Clifford Kimball has prepared for a proper reception. All the yachts will dress ship as soon as they arrive and there will be the usual visits of ceremony from one yacht to ancther. Some of the sailing craft will return to Honolulu on Sunday night and others will wait till Monday morning. It may well be that those who wait till Mon. day will arrive in Honolulu as soon as those who set sail the night before. The yachtsmen are taking a very Teen interest in the event. The best part of it is that there will be many youngsters in the party. The young fellows, who are wanted in the yacht club to act as crews and learn how to , be skippers, are coming in and forming the nucleus of a very live youngster's liui. with his left, and Taylor was bleeding and tired in the closing rounds. That Keilly was not as aggressive as ae should have been possibly was due to his respect for Taylor's punch. Eoscoe has plenty of gameness, and with more experience and less wasted action ought to make good. . . . MEEV. SHAFEE IS IIiL. Every baseball fan in town will read the following with sincere sym pathy. , Merv. Shafer was one of the jolliest, most lovable little, fellows that every walked out on. the diamond. As a catcher it was a treat to watch him play and, as a student and gentleman, he was the acme of what we should all like to? be. We can only hope that he has recovered since the following was written: "SAN JOSE, June, 23. Word was received here tonight that Merwyn Shafer of the New- York National leabue baseball clubhand catcher and captain of the champion Santa Clara college team, had suffered a relapse at Los Angeles and would not live through the night. Shafer left school two months ago suffering with diabetes and was taken to Los Angeles for treatment." PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WILL BE DECIDED AT THE ORPHEUM Sullivan and Cordell to. Argue for the Pacific Middleweight Championship Good Preliminaries. Golf News REILLY HANDS IT TO TAYLOR With a heading to 'the effect that Lew 1'owell gets decision over Young Erne, twenty rounds; Charlie Keilly, decision m'er Koscoe Taylor, ten rounds, and Jimmy Carroll and Harry de Dell, fiijht a draw: the San Frnneisco Chronirle of .Inns 2fi has this to say about the j !pen ranee 0f onr Hawaiian favorite, Ch-.rlie Keilly: i Koscoe Taylor celebrated his advent ! into Hit professional boxing game bv losing the decision to Charlie Keilly after ten rounds of fighting. Taylor was outpointed in a majority .of 'the Toimds and for that reason Keillv -was Viven the decision by Irwin. It didn't altnjTpt!Pr pieasft the crowd, part of Tvhh'h admired Taylor's aggressive tac '''es and overlooked his numerous n'sse! and the way Reilly was scoring tiie p--i;iitw The amateur showed his newness to the professional game in the way he swung his blows. Occa sionally he landed a hard punch but 1nV-v th'm re Seeing. Kei.jy peppered his man unmercifullv There will be three day? of good golf at the Country Club, beginning today. No special event has been arranged for this afternoon or tomorrow but there will be another of those successful team handicaps on Monday. All the golfers hope that the same number will turn out as was the case for the last event of the kind in April. Then there were thirtv players and this made an excellent five-team match. This team play has made a great hit with all the tee-builders here, on ac counts of the opportunity it give every player to meet some other player of like caliber at least three times and not to be put ' out of the play during the earlier stages on aecount of a poor score. The usual special lunches will be served -today, tomorrow and Monday with the bus running all the time from the end of the Nuuanu carline. Judging by reports in some of the mainland papers it appears that the Tom Morris tournament was a gift to the Denver club. This Denver club won the tournament all right, all right, but they say that the course has no bunkers to speak of and that the merest tyro could hang up a live score thereon. While the Denver score was a lalla pazoo on paper, this news must bring great comfort to the local golfers and, when the entire score sheet reaches here, we may find that good old.Hono lulu was way up on the list after all. WAIALUA BOYS CAN PLAY BALL The following from our friend J. M. Johnson, the live baseball fan of Wai alua. The boys certainly did a good piece of work in slipping it to the Cavalry balltossers: July 1. A good snappy game of baseball was played here on our dia mond this afternoon between Troop A team of the Fifth Cavalry of Leile hua and Boys' Industrial School team resulting in a victory for the school team by 4 to 3. The Cavalry boys arrived here this noon on their way around the island aud were to camp here over night so we arranged for a game with them. Our boys were not able to play until after 5 p. m. so we were unable to finish the game before darkness set in. The following was the lineup: Troop A Nies, If; Myers, ss; Palmer, 2b; Giyon, (captain) c; Acker, p; Harris, lb; Ellis, 3b; Kouch, rf: Kessler, cf. Boys' Industrial School Kauhi, c; Quadro3, . p; Johnson, (captain) lb; Katie, 2b; Kaleiwohi, 3b; Kahilahila', ss; Poliina, rf; Hesu, cf; Knhea, If. Following is the score by innings: 123456789 Trop A ..0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 3 Boys' Ind. Sehl...O 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 4 .. Jimmie Little, manager of both the two eraek boxers on the U. S. cruiser St. Louis, Lachanee, the lightweight, and Allen, the light heavyweight, states that he will have both his'men in proper condition by the time the cruiser ar rives here again, and he would like to challenge the best in their classes on the Islands. Sullivan vs. Cordell 15 rounds. For the Middleweight Championship of the Pacific, including the Pacific Coast, Ori ent and Hawaiian Islands. Soldier McCollough vs. Wahilani, 6 rounds, for the welterweight champion ship of the Hawaiian Islands.' Bugler Sarconi, of Camp Very, vs. Young Fernandez of Honolulu, 6 rounds for the lightweight championship ox the Hawaiian Islands. Soldier Miller, of Fort Shafter, vs. "Limey" Eichards, 4 rounds for the light heavyweight championship of the Hawaiian Islands. This is what is going to come off at the Orpheum ijonight and Joe Cohen has certainly raised a bumper card for the fans. Each one of the bouts will be well matched and the main event bids fair "to be the prettiest thing of its kind ever pulled off here. Cordell comes here with a good repu tation and has impressed everybody who has watched him work out. His records shows that he is courageous and that he can take a hard lick with the j best of them. Added to his courage be has wonder ful strength and plenty of . cleverness. His left works with a speed and pre cision that can be compared only to that of little (Charlie Keilly. At the same time he has a right that can deliver a sledge-hammer blow and he also has the brain work right there on the' indicator. Everybody here knows Sullivan. Thev know how eool and collected he is when boxing and how he works that great lft of his at every opportunity. Dick also has a great punch as many who have felt it can testify. No Easy Time for Dick. But Dick is up against no easy game. He has to box a youth of proved stam ina and courage, who can take the hardest jolts with a shake of the head and a request for more His opponent has, apparently, nearly as much clever ness as- he and may well keep him guessing. . Any forecast of the rsult of the mill would be invidious for Dick is a great local favorite, while Cordell has gained many admirers here, especially among the boys in the service. It is hard to think that one of them has to take a beating, but these arguments would have no interest attached to them it one man did not get his and so we eon onlv wait until tonight and watch wharwill certainly be the greatest mid dleweight bout ever brought off here. Sullivan's Friends Rally. Diek's friends rallied aroond him in great shape yesterdav and covered all the money that was brought up by the Marines and other Cordell admirers. There has been more live betting done on this go than any here for a long time and the live talk has come, so evenly from both sides during the last two davs that the men will certainly enter the ring at even money. Dick had an air of confidence yes terday afternoon. He stated that he had quit work and was feeling just as fit as the proverbial fiddle with a some thing to let loose tonight. He looks in excellent trim. His .face is a trifle drawn., but he always looks that way when he is prepared to box and he looks just as healthy and fit as a man could be. Cordell Is Confident. Cordell is not sn the shadow when it comes to the confidence business. He makes no bones about stating it very clearly that he will hand it to Sullivan tonight. He was asked last evening, by a fan, what he thought about the outcome of the event and he said "Conversation is easy, but just take it from me that I shall out box and otith.it Sullivan. If I do not put him away before fifteen rounds are over T deserve to lose." Good Preliminaries. Perhaps the most interesting of the preliminaries will be the MeCollough Wahilani argument. Both of these welterweights are local favorites and they can bo'th deliver the goods. Wa hilani, the Hawaiian boy, has been working very hard to get the soldier's goat, but he is np against a boxer who never stalls and who never backs up. Whatever the outcome of the mill, it will certainly produce several rounds of crackerjack boxing. "Limey" Richards is very certain that he can slip it to big Miller. Big Miller is very certain that he can slip it to "Limey". Therefore we shall have an excellent entertainment when the two get together. Eichards has promised not to be too fond of show ing his biceps, and therefore we may expect to see him loosen up and. make good with a few hard ones. The Sarconi-Fernandez argument should be a wonder. This little bugler from the Marines' camp made himself a local favorite when he argued for some time with Nigel Jackson. He is fast and has a good left with a ter rible wallop n his right. Fernandez is said to be equally good and the local Portuguese fans have come around to say their man will win. 'v Referee Chosen Today. ; The referee has not yet been de cided on. This will be done some time today. There are several possibilities for the position and one man is prac tically decided on, but he wishes his name not to be mentioned until it is certain that he will officiate. The call for reservations has been very large. Never before has there been such an advance sale, a clear proof that the fans are glad to have another show to go to. Those who figure on taking in the big doings and have not secured their seats had bet ter get to Fitzpatrick 's place early this morning or they will find that they have to sit way back. MORE OAHU BOYS ARE MAKING GOOD It is pretty good to have two With ingtons appear in the Harvard rowing crews but Oahu College has something else to make all the students feel very much bucked up. Charlie Lyman, the youth who was always there in all kinds of sports and was acknowledged as one of the great est catchers on the Hawaiian Islands, has made very good on the West Point team. He was put in to catch for the first game and has worn the big mitt ever since. Meager reports, that filter through from the Hudson, state that Charlie is one of the headiest and keenest catch ers that ever wore the big "A" on his sweater. He has a record that is really wonderful for a cadet especially for a Plebe, and won the big Navy game. Jack Desha is also making good at Harvard. He is holding down third base for his class and there are con sistent rumors, brought here via news papers and letters, that he will wear the big "H" before very long. Sport Notes k Sir Thomas Lipton will challenge again for next year if they allow the Universal rule. " Considering that the New York Yacht Club was the first in this country to adopt the new rule, there should be no difficulty about this. It is the only fair rule for modern racing machines, and will always give the British boat an advantage on ac count of the innate love the English sailors have for sound body beneath the waterline. Jack O'Xeil, a husky sailorman on the Hyades, is quite a boxer, and was looking for a preliminary tonight, but arrived "too late to be accommodated. He looks and talks like a good one, and may be put on the next time the steamer touches this poit. A NEW AND COMPLETE LINE OF CHILDREN AND MISSES' (I U D S .i . . lis (Just received by S. S. Lurline.) Golden browns, black vici kids, white canvas, patent leathers. See our window. Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd, i 1051 FORT STREET. PHONE 28a. ORPHEUMJTHEATER Saturday Night, July 3rd Jack Cordell (Middleweight Champion of California) DickSullivQn (Middleweight Champion of .Hawaii) 15 Rounds 15 To be preceded by boxing contests . between FEATHERWEIGHTS, IJQHTWEIOHTS, and . HEAVYWEIGHTS From the Army and Nary. Tills ParkTheater FOET BELOW BESETANIA ST. Open Air Motion Pictures HAWAIIAN ORCHESTRA. Program Changed 3 TIMES A WEEK 3 Admission ,' Children -. ADMISSION. Stage Seats ...... k ......... $3.00 Reserved ...... $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00 Gallery .............. 60 Cents On sale at Fitzpatrick 's Cigar Stores and the Orpheum Theater. 10 cents 5 centa 15 eenti Aloha Park OPEN ATB Motion Pictures OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE. Admission ............. . . . '. . . . 100 THE EMPIRE MOTION PICTURES ' Thorough ventilation, com fortable chairs. TWO SHOWS DAILY. Admission: 10c. 15c, 25c. with Joe Bedfern, the man who skip pered the Gwendolyn to second place in the transpacific race, were also there to help the guests enjoy themselve Captain Findlay made himself a greater favorite than ever by recounting sev eral stories with a delightful Scottish burr. Reserved 15e : - . I i Will Douthitt, manager of the new athletic park, is figuring on some big doings for the grand opening on July 18. .There will probably be a parade of the baseball teams and plenty of music and hurrah. , La Paloma is being fixed up. Charlie Grenaa is hard at work on her, and there is no more capable sailorizer round this port. She is being scraped aloft and alow and all painted work is being burned and will be repainted to make her look like new. Charlie Gre naa will probably locate at Pearl Har bor and go into the business of fixing up yachts and small boats. He is good at that kind of work, as any yachtsman who knows him can vouch for. O r3 THEATRE e . NEW FEATURE FILM SKlpDer's Daao (Vttagraph Co.) Change of program three tlmea a week MonCay, Wednesday and Friday. Messengers from our office are the only ones reliable. : Territorial Messenger Service ' PHONE 361. Carl Xieper, the baseballUe, has; started in the express business for him-1 self. He 'has a red awning over the 1 front of his place on lower .Fort street, that has been the cause of several false fire alarms. i There was a jolly lunch party aboard J tne steamer ALassac-tiusetts yesterday. Captain Findlay presided at 'the hos pitable board and Chief Officer Larsen, There is a new mascot on the Hawaii, Alex. Lundquist has taken a small kit ten, under his wing. It weighs three ounces and devours rats weighing as many pounds. . Also it "eats" con densed milk and can tell a yahtsman from a landlubber. It scratches the former and bites the latfer. The Yacht Club has decided io name it MaKino', because it is irrepressible and has lots of gall. The St. Louis team , that is to play two Mines of baseball on Maui and one od Molokai left on the Claudine last i night for Kahului. They will be joined j on Sundav morning by another live bunch that will leave here tonight on the Mokolii. Jim Williams is captain of the team. Paul Bartlett of th Ad vertiser staff went along on the Clau dine for a short vacation on Maui, where he hopes to see the baseball games and have some good tennis at Puunene. SHEET COPPER We are prepared to make anything in Sheet-Copper, having just received a large assortment, 14 to 48 oz. in weight and sizes 30in. x 60in. to 36in. x 9&in., inclusive. Automobile Tanks, Cylinders, Heat ers, Stock Pots, Washboilers, Stills and other ware last much longer when made from copper. We have a special size, 14 and 16 oz. suitable for gutters, valleys, down pipes, etc. Let us estimate on your requirements EMMELUTH & CO., LTD. PHONE 211. 145 KING STREET. Home-Made Bread FRESH DAILY. Pies, Cakes, Doughnuts, Baked Beans Saturday. PERFECTION HOME BAKERY, BERETANIA NEXT TO EMMA, READ THE ADVERTISER. WORLD'S NEWS DAILY,