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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, DECEMBER IS, 1910. 3S-vv fxx aj ?fcn MAILES BEAT THE HIGHS PUNS AND IRON WORKS TIE act in hih .juggling t in' side lino u hi eh tan.-. Then llor- Despite tli thickly matted grass, which made the field flow, and the vision of the huge grandstand yawning with vacancy, the four soccer teams of the Hawaiian Association Football League hit up a pace at the league grounds yesterday afternoon which won the general comment, of good playing for the first games of the series. The High School team, which had been touted some as the sure-thing cham pions, was outwitted by the Mailes two to one. Then the Punahrm team and the Iron Works eleven hit it tip for a goal apiece. The best exhibition of kicking was presented by "Gunboats" Greig and Morse of the Iron "Works team in the second match. Morse swung on the leather in center field almost at the be ginning of play, and the missile made a record flight, just grazing the top rail of the I'unahou goal, but it went over, instead of under, and didn't count. Every time "Gunboats" got under the big sphere it soared like a dirigible. Podge hustled around pretty lively in the scrimmage, and generally when he ran amuck with one of the Iron men he got the last crack at the ball, and when he had a clear field Wfore him he generally set the inflated leather going on the high year, podge piayea left half on the I'unahou team. Some Star Work. Henry Chillingworth and Johnny Jones were the star performers on the High School side in the first game. Chillingworth was strong on interfer ence, blocking and long kicks. Once a swift kick from the Maile side at short range slammed the ball square in Kid do's face and stung him some. He Tr-!tfi,l Qirnrl o V.I n r A O tlmfl nnf " Frendo kicked the ball off side. Then the Mailes got a goal kick which failed.' The Highs passed the ball up the field and Kiddo stmt, for a goal, but Pallon tyne blocked and the Mailes took the ball over the High's line. Chilton kicked out and Dwight tried for a goal on a long kick, which went a trifle wide. As soon as flic ball was in play Johnny .Jones charged to the other end of the field with it, but Hal lentyne blocked a kick in front of the Maile 's gna!. With only one more min ute to play the ball was r.isTierl t he length of the field and back and the Highs missed another good chance to score, the play being blocked by Palleu tyne. " " j Morse Doas It Twice. E. Sehieber put the ball in play for the Iron Works team in the second, game and the next thing that happened was the sensational kick by Morse ; which sent, the ball from center field; over the I'unahou goal, almost grazing the top rail. He got another chance directly afterward and repeated the performance. The Iron men got a cor ner kick and one of them bunted the ball over the Punahou 's goal with his head. T. P. W. Gray kicked out to center field. Cyril Hoogs passed the ball to Catton who shot a goal for the Puns, after the I'unahou men had worked the ball up the field by a combination of team play. The play was all around i the Iron Work's goal for a while and then the Iron men rushed the ball the length of the field, but missed the goal. Akana had a couple of corner kicks without result and then T. P. W. lifted the ball into center field again. McPougal kicked one from center field which landed in Paty's grapplers in front of the Puns' goal. The J '.ins were hard pressed for a while until T. P. V. swung on the ball and sent it a specialty his feet along a hit with til the ball on a recur I ron men 's goa 1. Th the Punahous were pressed tor a time. The Iron man. 1 '.ulster, length .of the field with tl. missed the Puns' goal on the side, which went very with made sent tlight over the In.n Works and alternately hard romped the e spin-re, but a kick from (dose. Poth RACE TODAY'S CARD try and missed the ended with Pong ick in front of the nd kicking the ball sides had another goal and the gam Pong blocking a 1 Iron Woiks' goal out, Valentine ?darcallino was not aide to play on the High School team yesterday and John Pal shifted from his place at half back to M arculli no 's position at forward. Sti'.lman went into Pal's place. The next two games in the Ha waiian Association Football League's schedule will be plaved on Christmas Dav. Ten Sturdy Striders Will Tramp to Waikiki at Two-Thirty This Afternoon. finished second in the preliminary vo.-ir. Hid Kosa, who ;s a'-o in it tod cause in fourth. McDmiougli. h name was entered on the list yesterday told Sam Ho lasr night that he would not start, so that there will be onlv ten S KAM JUNIORS SHUT OUT PICKED TEAf Godfrey's Eleven Wins, 16 to J bame With Shin Tackles and Delay Passes. HONOLULU YACHT CLUB SnTAni niPrP!!,:"''11,s in last year's event ai rrUH Hi! iT l!ir tl;- '- everybody has r 1 LrtilL llnULU i ri k Sullivan covered "the c The series Honolulu of Pearl Yacht lub arranged races yesterday for cup which Max treasurer of the club, has put up the best boat.. Pour events will com prise the series, and the boat that wins the greatest number of events will haul down the trophy. Friday's new Pearl, the Elizabeth, will eater a race for tin? first time in this series, and some of the yachtsmen say she is going to be the winner. There has been a protracted calm iu yachting circles, and Commodore Sulli van said last night that the skippers had been out of the game so long they are getting lonesome. The course is to be from the Myitie boathouse. keeping inside out to the spar, thence to The two latest entries for the Kala kaua walking match, over the mile and t hrco-.piariers course, from King out' Kalakana avenue to the Waikiki Inn. have fhe long shanks to stretch them selves over the distance in record time. One of them is Frank Comes, who put ' his name down on the book Friday, and the la--t one to enter is David Kahale wai. He is as long as his name, which" he scraw led on the entry list yesterday. I'.oth ho and Comes are Hawaiian' lied and Hawaiian built. The three' are not in i a cnance. course in fit't"i'n minutes and thirty-five seconds in the last Kalakaua hike. H. M. Ayres finished a close second, his time being fifteen minutes and thirty-nine seconds, and K. M. Cheatham came in third; 'apt. Ha roi.l G contestants today, un!o-s Henry fhil- liiigworh hits the trail. Sam Hop had a! the numbers for the ' walkers to wear as a mark of distine- tiim ready last night, and the red satin ; ribbon badges for the otlieiats. The ! ten who will start at two-thirty o'clock ! this afternoon from the corner of Kala- kaua avenue and King street are An- j tone Kaoo. G. H. Hender-on. Will Fea- ; gler. bonis Kosa. Paddy Walsh. Sam j Hop., Nigel .lacks r;, Flunk Gomes and! Havnl lvanalewa;. Jackson Some Winner. Nigel .lackson uH last night that he walked a mile yesterday in eight minutes and forfy-three seconds, and he's got it right from himself that he is going- to be the winner. Jackson ilso 'iniiniiti.'P.l flei- .o tii1 em't tin- American laundry, and while he expect- j w:ls U? 1,1 tlie air lno f the time ed to Inok alter i:;- customers just the:"-1 so s'o' about the trie same, he was giing into the sport-j the juniors broke them l iiinoi j ng niisiiii- -i earnest. nt i. villd loans to joi 1 1 on a serie i "t ridi odfiey led iits to a '3 eroiJ ll'mi i " ' 1 . . 1 1 - J lX sixteen ii ) iii ii g v.torv over tho Kameh.mJ . , v, .Or-l.-ly aft erring pi eke Kamehamelia fi the shin tackle d. The and juniors fforW delay riassM J taetr opponents, while the picked tea) e diving of; i has Tut up tor , , , ., ., , ,, J for the mile and three- oil' Waikiki and ba up to tne 'loipiun. was called, but he was soon in the game skyward again into center field. Then again. j the I'uris followed up their advantage, Johnny Jones was the demon when he! but missed the Iron Works' goal a cou got under wa with the ball, and his pie of times. Dodge put one away over course was strewn with Mailes doing; the Iron men's goal for a record alti double somersaults as a penalty for get-! tude flight. ; ting in his way. Little George Dwight, j Iron Men Score. them all the slip when he took the; sphere in tow and dribbled it along to tna unisn The races on Christ ay and on his heart's content, but it was the head- work of Fred Ha i ley that counted. j The Mailes were granted a corner! kick. Pailey got his noodle under th ' ball right in front of the High''s goal The Iron men rushed the dirigible back into the Puns' territory for a, while and then the Puns put a touch back over on the Iron men, which did not count anything. After that there was a fine exhibition of pingpoug limit ing with the head in center field. Poth and bunted it through in t lie second ! sides missed the goal and then Klemme half of the first game. The Highs had j got the ball on a throw in at center landed a goal in the first half, and ' field, dribbled it all the way and shot P.ailey's stunt tied the score. Only a it through the i'-inahou goal, tying the few seconds elapsed when Harry Bailey j score. The first half ended al ter a few juggled the ball up the F.wa side of the I minutes more play with the score 1 to 1. field and executed an intricate pass to The Puns had the Iron men on the Yeaman in front of the. High's goal julnp for a wbile in the early stages and the latter soaked it through. After , 0f the second half. Dodge introduced that the Highs made several desperate j J efforts to score, and rTthough they worked the ball up to the Mailes' goal several times, they failed to negotiate another tally. ' Game Starts Late. Although the time for the first game was set for half-past two o'clock, it did not start until three. .lohnny Jones! started the ball rolling for the' Highs, i ami the Maiies took it away from him. s Lowest of Three Bidders and j nr-ii iiit-ie vhs a nan r usn un nnu wharf, to the main dolphin, ing at the Myrtle boathouse. are to be sailed next Sunday mas Day. the following Sum New Year's Day. There are five boats to compete for the Pmlte trophy. They are the Pearl, which will lie sailed by Luther Hough; the Klizabeth. by Friday of the Myrtle Boat Club; the Ivy. by Max Bolte; the A'iking. by Arthur Myhre, and the Fku, by Young Dyer. The Honolulu Yacht Club skippers are also figuring on sailing some evolu tion races. Commodore Sullivan has been reading how they do it in Cana dian water, and he wants the local boys to try. It is worked something like the fleet or sipiadroii drill. The commodore goes out in a launch in com mand of the tlofiiia; the boats nil line on, and he pipes out his commands through the mega flame. The boat that executes all the commodore's orders and crosses the finish line first the winner. two seconds quarters. Few Oldtimers. Instead of defending his fitle this year, Sullivan has donated a silver cup to encourage the younger brood of strollers. Ayres is probably in London by this time, so he is out of the amble, and Cheatham has quit the game. Dal Tahy, who finished fourth last year, is not in the Territory now. Of the fifteen men who entered .he race last year, there are only five on the list for today's event. They are the buoys, j Henry Chillingworth. Louis Posa, Will a st.akeboat i I'eagler, G. P.. Henderson and Sam Hop, v to the spar, then I rind it is likely that only three of these to the quarantine will compete, as Kiddo said last night that he might no! be able to take the walk. He got kicked in the solar plexus during the game of soccer be tween the High School alumni team an 1 the Mailes yesterday, and he said last night he didn't feel much like stretch ing his amblers. hillingworth won the elimination race hist year, covering the course in s'xteen minutes and thirty-one seconds against a field of fourteen. The time limit was fixed at nineteen minutes, and a preliminary stroll was held a week before the big event to weed out for the Kalakaua walk- shifted three men at the beginning i John 0. Anderson, an- the came. l all those who couldn't do the distance in this time. Of the fourteen who went in for this trvout, ten qualified for the main event. , Ten Contestants. Henderson, who is in it. this k P'ays thi tip before thd er wav. track events at Athletic Park on New -v -uange was made in the linpnn J Year's Dav. if can secure the I the picked team tclii.i. rv t.n 1 grounds. After relieving his mind. tj,.i...i. i..,.i i , , 1 Nigel went home to rest up for the I a -'"'u ulM1 do with tH Sunday stroll he is going to take today, i remn 01 tue game. Capt. Ben Hussrf The officials for t mg race are: Jorm C Anderson, an-j the game nmmi-er Unnnrili!.i .T T l-ern ct-nrtr- . c. G. Ihutlett, J,.-k Scullv, Dick Sul-1 . J 'U 1Uni0rs 5Core1 two touchdoJ livan, George Turner and Senator Char- ln tne nfst half and E. Noah kick lie hiilingwortli, .nidges; Antonio Mar-j one goal, which made the score 11 to callino. Soroeant Perrv and Dr. K. F. ! ,.i t.i . t i ., v t, tt i lu"ulcr louciiuowu was made in tl Li, pidges at the hn'.sh line; Ben IIol- ! , . , . ,luo 10 t linger. Pill Chilton uul V. L. Steven- itoua re"0"- -Noati missed the gj son, timekeepers. i ana xue game eiide.i 16 to 0, Ihe junior team credits Andrew Pd poe with the victory for the interd put in coaching the w3 Cartridge refereed t match. Bill Desha was the umpire arf Captain AYinters acted as head HnJ man. Following is the linenn nf tw GOLF TOURNAMENT AT COUNTRY CLUB TODAY with and work In ning team. The last golf to;ir:ia:nent at the Oalm' Country Club for the year is ou today, beginning at ten o'clock this morning. Jt is to be medal piay. The course has never before been in such excellent jJ. Pauelua ,T F. Akiona i - " - - . . i . "I. J a Ml I ' is exiiecreu to xura out. reasses win meet the cars on the Xuuanu line throughout the day. beginning nine o'clock. A -pedal luncheon be served at th two teams: Picked Team. Ah Leong . . , Hosea . .c. . .r.g. .r.t. .r.e. Junior! . . . G. Hewii .. H. Burgel S. Smifl . . . . W. Api S. Bui noon In ! I!. Kaapuni I aeuue c tCnnane I t A NannkJ ; M'nwiii-i o ir ....v....... ii. uiau E. Xod S. Husser K MeKenrie nh uoiinise auring rue s tT. rhh yr K-9n,a;ftnil ALIIOLANIS VS. SOLDIERS. Hussey l.h.b H. Godfrd Kalai f.b A. Spenel The Aliinlant teuisi will have Shaftev boys thi nine o'clock at ' alumni team w:I! t eig1 :et her at haif-pa. vear, ' Shatter to College Alumni soccer a g:n. with the Fort - morning beginning at! h- military jot. The a-sem'jle at Aala Park! :t a a 1 go out to Fort , SHE KNEW. Mistress "Nora, I saw a poliiema; in the park to-day kiss a baby. I hopj you will remember my objection to svu things. ' Nora "Sure, ma'am, no policeniii; would ever think iv kissin' yer bain whin I'm around." Louisville Post, 30C do 15 GIVEN TO fiE FRIES LOCAL BREVITIES, Has Sixty Days in Which to Begin Work. TV;ls n i,iqi T-uijli ' ii.ii uir dun i ilrtn-n 1... i:,o i ,.:i i. i ..ii a I """'i lilt- in-iu uiiin me n;iii weui over the Highs' line and the Mailes were granted a corner kick, which netted nothing, and the Highs transferred the scene of activities to the other end of the field. The Mailes rushed it back, and Goal Tender Chilton blocked the! Bids for the Biehards street wharf ball in front of the Highs' goal and j were opened yesterday at noon at the kicked it out. ! office of the superintendent of public The Highs rushed it the length of the ; works, the contract for the wharf field, and the ball caromed off a Maile i proper being awarded to Tleury De Fries and went over the Mailes' line, which as the lowest bidder. His' bid was gave the Highs a corner kick. Johnny ' about $29,800, and other bidders were Jones slammed the ball into Ballentyne. ; Will Lucas and the Lord-Young eom the Maile goal tender, but it didn't go ; pany, the latter being the highest, through him, and the other side ran! For the construction of this wharf away with the ball. The Mailes then there is available a little over $30,000, ! VU u;' "''i ''"TV ' were granted a corner kick. .The Highs i the residue of $100,000 appropriated bv V"n,a"to,ne d,Ipt K? , ,l I,,,ek,(,.v were hard pressed for a while. Chilton the legislature for wharves. -akaena, and a tableau pres. ! was kept busy defending their goal, and he and Alec May took turns in kicking out, while the ball was being shot a'i1t around the Highs' goal. Finally the Mailes were penalized for using their hands, and the Highs kicked out. May got fhe hall in front of the Highs' goal a to I tore up the field with it. A series of passes followed, which brought the bail up to the Mailes' goal, and then the Highs were penalized for hands. The Mailes kicked out. The Highs worked n comi ii na t ion of team play, which brought the ball within range. Ben Kolohia sopped it to John Bal. who slammed it through for a goal, and the score stood one to nothing in favor of the Highs. Neither side score 1 again in the lii-t half. Ball Slaps His Face. Thi' Mailes were gian'ed a corner kick shortly alter the second 1 t to Marted not in the bail . worth's f; Kiddo gut luslod in Kicking in D,i!. High 's go; sere M v or; h with a ! fad,-.! to , sc immage w i .k-l on lalf g'ial. owed a ;n',. a T U got .ale which ft Henry ( hiUing e range diie. after iliat tind t bb. eking and lor the erection of the shed over this wharf hte lowest tender was $21,000, but as there is no money available for the shed, no decision was arrived at.! The legislature will be asked to pro vide for this portion of the wharf. There was another bid of $4900 for the piecing out. of the Hackfeld wharf,! laying an asphalt flooring, etc., the Ter- : rilory to furnish material. The contractor for the wharf has sixty lays in which to prepare for the work. The Richards street, wharf is at the foot of Richards street, on the opposite side of the Alakea wharf slip. ( It adjoins the naval wharf on the Kwa J side. The slip was entirely dredged out when the Alakea wharf "was about to lie constructed, the department of public works planning at that time for die pre-ent. wharf. Owing to the vast increase in shipping and the more fre quent arrivals of big steamers, fho Ala kea wharf does not meet, the demands for freight storage, and the Richards street wharf is an absolute necessity for keeping abieast of the times. Fs Pridon Lahon, a Filipino, was found guilty of murder in the first ib-gire in Judge Parson's court, at Hilo, yesterday, for a crime committed in llo nokaa last August. The jury took only one ballot and returned its verdict with in a few minutes after retiring. The Honolulu Iron Works has provid ed a room tor the use of its employes to be used tor club purposes, to be opened tomorrow. Tables for chess, j checkers and other table games, read ing and entertainment sections have been provided. The men's Bible class conducted by the Y. M. C. A. will meet in the club rooms on Sundays. A benefit concert and dance was giv en by the Waialua church, last even ing, at the I. of P. hall. The enter tainment was largely attended and the excellent program included the Kaal Glee Club, the Sweet Lei Rose Club, the Waialua Junior Club, a flute an and nted nv Keaweaoho and Kaatiohke The American-Hawaiian Steamship Company's schedule shows the Caii fornian to have left New York on De cember ?,, the Georgian on December j Q 0, American on December lo, while flu' Hawaiian will leave on December 21,!j Kentuckian on December 2S and Ore- U gonian on December 31, freight arriv- ! Q ing tie re oy connecting steamers on t lie following respective dates; January SO for the first two. February 11 for second two. and February 23 for the third two. These boats will also bring freight from San Diego or Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Seattle or Tacoma. PARK Greeted by huzzas from the largest audiences that ever thronged the Park Theater. Wilson and Morris AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST TUMBLERS WILL PRESENT THEIR LUDICROUS SKETCH I Fun in a Chinese Laundry More humorous situations. More wonderful acrobatic twists by these great com edians. Every minute a laugh. Do not miss the funniest act by the crealcrs'of fun. Their unqualified success the first week will be repeated the second. THIE MIEDIEROS Will introduce another novelty and Mr. Medoro will paint a picture on the stage and present to a lady in the audience. i PERSONALS. "SANDARTE" The Petite Miss who draws pictures with sand, will continue to entertain with ex hibitions of her artistic drawings in full view of the audience. N :il t! s w i ' i a in i' ov M.n nt oi t; chance hillin: r the iiei - worki the miv. ANNUAL ACCOUNTS OF BISHOP MUSEUM FILED and Mrs. Kingsbury. 1 arrive here jut bt holidays to spend with Mr. and Mrs. L of Wai-. fore the' i lie mast annual re f ourteenth P Museum feii.'in In th, "; V.I 1 i' The Pa:!. IllM Mai w e o v d -h to V. the the chance whe ii . soon Harrv t h rough was vi court o'n men lowed. According rs report on tin it of the Jiis, rdav presented to the circuit I " Job Patcheior with the rec- I n that they be ai'i. roved an. Li . Midge luku. wi! Christina I of weeks Peek. The engagement is announced of M.:ss Jane N'a.-ciinento. for many years with Mrs. C. L. Dickerson "s miiiiiery store, to Sylvester Gardia, ticket a gen, at Waipahu for the Calm Kailway and Lan 1 Company. The wedding will take piace a date to be set in the near Jut ore. The Sisters fVHelnotte IN NEW SONGS to tl statement of t rust e v hich t 'terns. Sssos- tended 1 in t'o v " -. .0 ! le re 4 7 1 Ulitei int vh rs. .opt "7 from to sh the trust 1 asked to h was -1,,, a-h in hai ..OL'L'.lS so ti-in of the ) worth of i ii tlie i tiie I tlie last ac- bt'bS.". with ! es charged j i , . i i p.. aoow ' it i a mount ex- I n 1 was l p. fa r expended i ; . i tie W bond i o. .ra il a ye A PITTSBURG OBSERVATION. 'What shall we say of Sera SmuL'g'.' ' ' '.lust say ho wit- ;ihyays faithful ' his trust. ' ' "And shall we mention the na:n.- o the trust?'' Pittsburg Observer. TRY THIS FOR INFLUENZA. The peculiar properties of Chaml er 'ain's Cough TJemedv have been thro sr MOTION PICTURES Scenes which eduate amuse or draw sympathy from the audience. No Change in Prices hlv n a . hnv tested a n d h: :cs hr-n it ring ejo-i i ir was t d. an. 1 l.-b'l. bai on e v o rd of a single s- 1 : all 0., :t f the cost of s-o!..::. and am. einted to $- no i ,i .,.,t Pen -on, waii. Pa- t lit! " Ma i e r r v held.