OFF FOR THE GAZETTE COMPANY'S LUAU THIS MORNING.
1 -.30 Kams vs. IT. S.. S. Colorado.
-it 3:30--Diamond Heads vs. West
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-k BASEBALL TOMORROW.
1:30 Boers vs. Half wets. Tie
3:30 U. S. S. Tennessee vs. Japs.
TWO GOOD GAMES
Hampton and Alf. Castle will be out
for the Diamond Heads this afternoon
at the Athletic Park, to help do things
to the F. F. Vs. The latter are now
the acknowledged champions of the fleet
and may be relied on to make it iard
for the Sparklers.
The F. F. V. bunch have made them
selves very much liked in town by the
ripping good games they have put up
and the official scorer of that vessel
has taken much trouble to provide the
papers with correct dope. We are all
mighty glad to know that the good
West Virginians will be out on the field
Schaeffer, the kid with the funny
urves, will probably be in the box
and it will be interesting to see wheth
er the Jewels bite at his fadeaways
or not. They say that they won 't
bite. But you never can tell. These
things look so easy. What, ho, you
The Freddie Bassett kiddos, some
times known as the cruiser Colorado
team, will 'be there to battle with the
Kams. The Hawaiian team is no
sloucherino by any means and the boys
with the portly manager will have to
look after their laurels mighty hard.
The first game starts at 1:30 and the
second at 3:30 and" the place is the
Athletic Park near the depot. Both
games will be of the Lallapazoo order
and are not to be missed by any means.
BE ONE LUAU
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NOTICE TO FLEET MANAGERS.
WILL APPEAE FOR THE FIRST
All off for the big luau at the Pen
insula today. Train starts at 8:30 this
morning and all the 'Tisers and Gazet
teers will be there with their women
folk to have the time of their lives.
Old Man Boisse 's cartoon on the
subject gives some very faint idea of
the immensity and largeness of the
occasion. Unfortunately he does not
name the various exuberant characters
he has depicted ana, with all due
deference to the artist, likenesses are
not very much in evidence.
We shall presume then that Jim
Williams leads the bunch on the cow
catcher. Brother Mesick is seated
comfortably in front of the smoke
stack and the strained individual who
is stretched violently over the safety
valve must be S. P. Correa. Walter
Pomroy with ihe pipe has the post of
honor behind the steam box while the
i hilarious gentleman on thexcoal tender
j is supposed to be the sporting depart
ment, in the act of throwing the entire
business department overboard.
Seated on the boiler of the locomo
tive, right in back of Walter Pomroy,
and waving a flag, is Ed. Dekum, who
was summoned from Europe by wire
less to conduct the function, while on
the roof of the cab may be seen the
lithe figure of the courthouse reporter
! looking at the mangled remains of a
calf over whose body the juggernaut
wheels have just passed.
The kindly gent with the ukulele
can be none other than Makanani run
ning a vocal race with the engine
whistle. Behind him we discover the
kindly and gentle watchdog of the
treasury and can only suppose that the
delighted individual with ink-bespat
tered garments is the night editor sing
ing that sweet old song entitled "No
Cable News Today."
It will be one great time for every
body. Arrived at the Peninsula there
will be a baseball game and then there
will be all kinds of sports and races,
some of which are not on the program.
Afterwards will come the luau and
then the poor reporters will fade sad
ly away from the scene and return to
town to compile many pages of news
for the Sundav paper, while the bar
barians and compositors stay to finish
the day with dancing and other fun.
MARATHON TO BE
DIRECT FROM ORPHEUM
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET,
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
AMERICAN CRAYON ARTIST,
Boh by WBy
EE ST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY.
OPENS THIS EVENING
FOE THE FIRST WITH
Scenes in Hawaii
and a choice selection from abroad
THE VISITING FLEET
THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA
THE VISIT OF THE ATLANTIC
Admission . 10c, 15c and 25c
& The Palama team of the River
Hi side League wants a game for to
M morrow afternoon at Aala Park
& at 1:30. S. P. Correa, manager of
M the Palamas will be at the Ad
M vertiser office at 7 o'clock this
S evening. Please communicate with
S The second game tomorrow will
M be between the Aalas and the Ke
M walos, a regular schedule game,
BOXING WILL BE
AT ALOHA PARK
The following letter from Hume Ford
dated September 11 in New York, came
to hand on the Alameda yesterday. The
old boy with the calorified atmosphere
is certainly spreading it round all right:
Alvin "Keech from Hawaii is here,
and invited me to come down to Edge-
Yesterday the Athletic Park Asso
ciation held a meeting and decided not
j to hold any fights at the park. It was
j expected at one time that they would
puil off the fleet scraps there but they
decided that it was not in their line
j of business and, as Fred Smith has
j stepped into the breach, they have de
: f erred to him.
I Fred Smith will pull off several
' events at Aloha Park next week. Aloha
Park is on Hotel street exactly oppo
site the end of Bethel street.
He cannot say just what his program
will be but he has Charlie Reilly here
and will match him with the .best
lightweight he can find on the fleet for
next Tuesday night.
There will be preliminaries to this
main event and fair purses for all. Lat--er
on in the week he will produce other
boxing events. Just as soon as the
cruisers dock, Fred will get busy and
hopes to have a full program for pub
lication in Sunday morning 's paper.
Smith has brought off one or two goes
here and always in the most unexcep
tionable manner. Patrons of the sport
E. P. REED'S
HAVE THAT PERFECT STYLE AND
FIT that is usually found only in the
higher priced shoets. Being made In
Rochester, K, Y., the center of fashion,
this factory has the choice of high
grade workmen so essential in the man
ufacture of classy shoes. Their reputa
tion for good wear is a desirable fea
ture. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd
1051 FORT STREET.
mere, L. I., and go out surfboard riding may be certain of well-managed shows
with him. This is the first time I have &t ctrifeiinthe Honolulu favo-
seen real surfboardmg on the Atlantic Tite arrived on the Alameda yesterday
Coast. Of course I went and Keech looking as fit and smiling as ever. He
had two boards ready. We went out says that he is in excellent-condition
and caught several waves, getting a and quite ready and willing to meet
standing ride of perhaps two or three the best man from the fleet at his
hundred feet, but that was great for weight.
the Atlantic. Keech daily astonishes
the natives but even he cannot keep
in the water in these latitudes more
than half an hour at a time. I was
frozen stiff in fifteen minutes so came
out to sit with the ladies on the beach
and watch Keech do his stunts. With- 1
in a few days after his first exhibition '
the idea of the surfboard ewept down
the beach and after a number of peo
ple had been thrown and. small boys
crippled, the Samoan surfboard was
adopted. This is a bit of thin wood
about three feet long by a foot and
a half wide and place in front of the
chest takes you in before the. small
breakers. Our boys at Waikiki would
indulge in body surfing and let it go
at that. I have been using pictures
everywhere in different publications
illustrating how it is done in Hawaii.
The voungsters at Asbury Park took
the pictures from St. Nicholas and the
account of how it was done and had a
trv at it
The mile race prove a big drawing
card at the Princess Kink last night;
the floor being crowded with skaters
while the spectators filled both grand
stand and bleachers.
The race started promptly at 9:30
Eddie Fernandez and J. Springer act
ing as judges while Manager Naugardt
officiated as starter. There were three
entries, Bolster, Garnett and Kui.
From the word go, both Garnett and
Bolster started neek-and-neek in the
lead with Kui third. During the en
tire race a blanket could have covered
the two leaders. Lap after lap was
covered each straining every effort to
They called them skidders shake his -opponent while the entire
but no one has as yet attempted to
stand, although the surfboard idea is
spreading down the coast and has reach
ed Atlantic City. I do not see how
anyone could learn in these cold waters,
audience yelled in frenzied enthusiasm.
It was any one's race until the last
ten yards when Bolster, who had just
made the turn started on his nnal
spurt, slipped and fell, Garnett, who
The big match Marathon between
Jackson, the British-American Mara
thon champion of the Hawaiian Islands, '
and Tsukamoto, the man who came sec-1
ond in the all-Japanese military" race
of thirty-five miles, will take place at
the Athletic Park on Sunday, October
3, a 'week from tomorrow, at 1:30 p. m.
The Oahu baseball league very court-!
eously gave way to the Marathon race
and has postponed its scheduled games
for one week. The race will start at
the same time that the first baseball
game usually begins. 1
Yesterday both men did some hard
stunts. Tsukamoto went out on the
road for a dozen miles and came back
in splendid shape. His action was per
fect and he hardly puffed at all when
he was taken hold of by his trainers,
cloaked and led to his dressing room
where he had the usual rubdown fol
lowed after an hour by a big haole
meal of beefsteak and mashed potatoes
with a. salad of green stuff. j
Jackson also ran a middling dis-!
tance. He was paced by Bill Chilton i
on his motorcycle and was properly at-1
tended to by one sleuth, one rubber and
one manager after the exercise. j
Jackson pretends to be irked by the
policing that is being done on him, j
but he does not really mind it. It !
tickles him to death. Chilton knows
just how to handle this ebullient piece
of machinery and has Nigel properly
buffaloed. hat Bill says goes and it
goes mighty hard.
There will be a cricket game at Ma-
kiki field this afternoon between Bishop
& Company and the H. C. C. Unless '
there is a cricket game between the
British cruiser Bedford and the local
cricket club, this will be absolutely
the last game of the season. j
Both teams have exceptionally
strong lineups. They are as follows:'
Bishop & Go. J. L. Cook-burn, w.
Jamieson, W. Simpson, A. Baird, M.
Maeintvre, M. M. Graham, Geo. Water
house, T. P. W. Gray, G. C. Cantley,
C. Louis, R. Sinclair. j
H. . C R. A. Jordan, H. Bailey,!
C. P. Morse, Bob Anderson, A. K. Hat- j
field, C, F. Maxwell, F. Withington, J. .
H. Fiddes, J. R. Maclean, H. M. Ayres, '
W. Brown. j
but of course, those who have learned was about three feet in the lead at
in Hawaii can sometimes catch a wave the time winning the race in the mag
and get a short ride. My experience nificent time of 3:03.
with Keech only made me more home- ; ...
siek than ever for Hawaii.
I was ready to start back via Eu
rope and Asia about a month ago but
received an order from one of the lead
ing magazines for a series of immigra
tion articles, a subject which I have
studied in many parts of the world.
0 TTo ct-o i i o t ,;, a Philadelphia
January. By the way, Clark wishes to Brooklyn
put up annual cups. I am suggesting J08'011
instead an annual racing canoe built
during the year in. Hawaii and placed
on exhibition with full equipment, koa
paddles and all, somewhere downtown
so that the interest can be kept up.
STANDING OF THE LEAGUES,
Philadelphia 85 '52
This, as a prize for the big race and -J1 lcaS
New York .
St. Louis .
an annual koa surfboard for the best
wave-rider, I think would attract many
people right after Christmas. As it is
the comic sections of the Sunday papers
are beginning to exploit the fun of
surfboard riding in Hawaii, and my
good friend Art Young, the crack ar
tist of Life and Puck, has promised me
to design a corking letterhead for the
I enclose you a set of surfboard cards "lU4M ' " f
I am getting out to Bend with my com- v ernon ......... . b6 iuo
pliments to the members of the club. f , """"
I hoomalimali the magazines into let- C-Jubs vv.
ting me have the cuts after they had res1no, 1
been used so that I will have quite a Oakland . 2a
batch of them to bring back to Ha- Sacramento IS
waii. Stockton ... 18
at-tt f V.of Affa oil T txnU Yinf wr "
San Francisco 108
Los Angeles 92
meet the vice president of the Out- S$$S5S$5S5$$$SSS$33SS3S
rigger Club in Manchuria, as I had ex
pected to. Keech and I both have
friends leaving soon for Hawaii, tempt
ed there by the prospect of learning
to ride the surfboard. Keech really a special eable to the Hawaii Shinpo
deserves a medal for the splendid work states that Keio University defeated
he has done talking "Hawaii" this Wisconsin University in the second
summer. I know a number of hitherto game for the second time by the close
annual European tourists who on his ceore of 3 to 2
advice are going to Hawaii. Sincerely
ALEXANDER HUME FORD.
Monty Montgomery has put up a splen
did silver cup for the engineer crew of
the cruiser making the fastest time in
the speed trials. The cup will be
presented to the Pennsylvania boys
with all due solemnity inhe near fu
ture. Montv was the only man in town
The Freshmen and Seniors of the
Myrtle boat club will row over the
freshman eourse this afternoon for a
dinner to be paid for by the losers, who thought to give any outward signs
Also-'the Strawberry crews of the of sympathy with the Colorado boysaf
Myrtle and Healani clubs will race ter the tragedy on board. He it was
from the spar buoy to the Hackfeld who took down a beautiful floral dec
wharf for another dinner. Please in- oration at the time of the funeral of
vite the press. j the victims.
The Home of Vaudeville
J. C. Cohen Proprietor
11 COUNT THEM 11
Engagement of the world-famous
creators of humorous situations.
WISE AND MILTON
A company of eleven Song and Dance
and Musical artists.
PRICES ....10c, 20C, S0C.
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, S TO B
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10:30
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World
ADMISSION: 15c; Skates, 15c.
MAKiNQ BREAKS INTO
Fred Makino, the head of the late
unlamented plantation strike and presi
dent of the Higher "Wage Consumma
tion Association, has broken into the
automobile class. He has purchased,
on time, a four-cylinder Model K Win
ton touring car. A mortgage on the
car for $300 to the von. Hamm-Young
Company was filed with the Registrar
of Conveyances yesterday. Ktinning a
strike appears to be profitable.
First Chauffeur "It's an outrage."
Second Chauffeur "Yes, there ought
to be some way to prevent the owner
taking the car out without our knowl
edge. " ' . . ,-
The Squire and
The Noble Lord"
Famous Musical Comedy Stars.
"Come Back to Erin'
Cornet and Saxaphone
"El Capitan' March Dulcimers.
New Trick on the Violin.
"Hear the Pipers Calling"
"I Could Learn to Love a Soldier"-
Admission as TJsuaL
Fort Street Below Beretania
VAVERLEY DANCE HALL
S. K. Nalnoa, Mgr.
Corner Hotel and Bethel Ste.
Open every night at 7 o'clock
Masic by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement. Well
Honolulu Athletic Park
Sunday, September 26
MARINE VS. KALIHT. 1:30 P. M.
J. A. C. VS. TENNESSEE.
Meets Monday and Friday nights at 8:30
o'clock, Kilohana Art League, under
the direction of
. OTTO BURMESTER.
Information furnished by Otto Bur
mester at WALL, NICHOLS CO., King
8t. Telephone Store 261. Res. 1179.
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