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Desha BoysFrom Puns
"PUNS MAY HAVE WILLIAMS FOR PITCHER
1I" l llllllhlc loi hllKchllll pl,l)crS
has coiinneneeil lu (ariii'Kt mid '8
entiling a good 'li'al if t rouble fur
wiiiio of Hie tenon which roustdvied
IhetuselYrte ,m practically settled. Tlio
Diamond Heads huve proved to be a
rather discordant feature, Hiking play
rr when' the) now lit and weakening
the other teams white strengthening
their own. All In fair In lovo wnr or
baseball, mi limit us yon pet what yuu
want, howiwr; so there will lio imiro
hard work dune next week und by
that time the line-ups will lie pretty
The IIhiiikiiiI Heads linvr tlio start
nl nil the other leutmt from tlio present
lookout ami will make nny club rustle.
tor Ihe pennant. They "Will play on
exhibition ftamo with the II. A. C.'s mi
WaMlilnKlon'a birthday, arid the Hue
Which Ihey have for that ilny will give
ft pretty kimhI Idea of what may be
exjs rteil durltiR thu season.
For their buttery the) have nmde
p wholesale steal from the League
material of last year and lHdlo Ucsha,
of the 1'nns, will be In the box wl'h
.lone of last year's Kama on the re
reiving end. .Im (lormnn, or II. a. C.
will hold down flint base with Van
ittttta on sccnml Henry Unshuell.
ft lio played with the I'tins a couple of
enm uko. will be In I lie mime once
more at wctunl, while Henry Sheldon
Will lie nt third. The eiutflcld will eon
wist (if (Ic'iirge DeMlm and Manager Kd
die Kciunndci. mid II aim stated that
Hen Howe-rs hns onre more lieen res
urrected nnd will decorate , the center
garden, ir this lust Is trno It will
please the Inns us much ns anything
clHe In the mire lineup, thouch lliu
Come To Honolulu
lietioll, Mlih'.. Jan l'i. I'.m ilniw the best ntteiidanee. ,'As tiuto-
Blr. V. It. K.iirlimlon. ICdlior id the nmbllu raclnu Is n sport Hint Is beltm
UHenltm- llnlletln, Honolulu, llu-' V I''""'""-01' "ll1,1 "1'" '"'1''
Dear Blr: It Is the Intention of
Hartley oldflcld. the world's champion
autwooblle track racer, to make a tour hlstlng of two ruclng cars and u rue
ol tlie world. Will you kindly ndvlso lug tout 1st car.
me of the coudltlon of niitomoblllugi Any Information which you will bo
in our olt. and put mc In touch with nble to give me such as the condition
the Automobile Club or of thu leading of the tracks, the name of the Secro
automobile dealer? I !mu been art-,tnry of the local club, or the linnie of
vised by tourists that there am clr-thc leading dealer, will bo or gieat
ruhir tracks lu your city for horo assistance lu preparing our roulo for
racing mid. If so, they are what we this trip. Oldlleld Is nt proscnt In
would require to rnro upon. Will you California, whero we will oin our
kindly advlso me fully In regard to spring season, ami we llgtue on our
tills matter, also letting -me know tour or Hie wiulil lu Ihe Full,
what kind of tracks Hieie. mu lo bu TriiMlug that sou will fnor im with
bail in Hawaii, - by tint 1 menu tlio u ury emly reply, nnd tli'iuklug ou
Kind of Hurfnee these tr.ickB luio; lu udwinco for Iho futor, 1 am,
also what lltne or the vctir Is (hero tlio Vety lospvcirull).
host weather for racing und when' i:. A. MOIIOSS,
would "uuch mi ultRiclloii be likely lo .Manager for Harney Oldlleld. .
"l'Oor lOiie'llUK," .ins Jllke Sllllll.
"loves iilnioM ut ii i .i ii bull Ktimes uv
pour pin bins, it ml lofM-. wblili result
from .i'ioi conrhliiK are the most ui'
eraviiUliR defeats Hint possibly eim
occur and lire ltsiiouslble for more
liienltil BiireuesB than anytlittiK else on
tlio bafl fluid. The toughest bhiuu tlio
Wiivliliiuliiii Chili ever hmt luililicutii
oyer hi St. Isiuls und ono bad break j
bj a conchei at thltd huso was re-
Upolislble tor the whole hiiKlnOfiS. Ve(
worn i1ii1iik a bitter see-saw Kiuue
with (he Urowus before a IiIr Hundti) I
ciow'il, The siiire wus a tie when wi
tamn (o'btit lu the elKhth Inning. Thofo1
was t:iu out w hen my turn ionic, and
with iiuIhhIv mi the buses I had tlio.
t;rjn foltitue In K'l a long, elriili hit
to ileujp u'litie. or course I put my
lieadylowti and begun to ills around th)
I'iuWl. When 1 I ut m-tl ki wnil I looked
lur my luxlrurlloiiK fioin the coarhei
oil the thlnl tinxo Hue. About Iwt'liiy
feet from third I s.iw him put np his
humls its 11 slKtuil for me to stop. Of
(.outso I slowed down., and then lu
shouted for me.lii liiiuu on und IH for
honitj. Well, iffthrew me out on u'
iloio play, wlle'iis, lind the cuuvhlr,
bhown hctlcr.'JiKlKiiivnt and slKiiulcd'
tnu In tlio first 'place for me to keep on
lu tlio plate, I would luivo (.cored. At
Hill then would h.tvo dcclilcd the Kiimr'
V wu shut the IlrowtiB out In tlie
tlRliih liming und also in the ninth, so,
the t;niiie should hate eloped with in
citu run lo the good In the regulation
linglh of lime. Hut, of course, having
lou our golilnn oppoiiuiilh , throat. li u
uluce of bad coaching, we lott it1
eatne, as 8t Louis made a run in the
teflth Inninj; nftpr shutting tie out '
That flaa u 111 tie tiling for a couchwr
League will miss the mm lees of Ihei
best nniplie whom the h.lc cvet'he.1
The Tiict Hint the Desha bns. IMdlc
and (Iwirge. have decided to leiiM" Hi.
Puns und come under the wing oi tin '
Diamond lleuds has caiiHcd i en i'
ilcnl of surprise. These two bins tan
up In the baseball Hue under the wim'
uf the I'uiiB and tlio latter club r. . I
that they should lnno llicni now win
they are needed worse than nt un j
time for years. ,
Tlie IMms say. however. Unit lu -pi .
of the fart that the) will lulu- il.
Denims. lhr can get up n leinii whiiti
will make some one walk pieft mt
In coer. Among tttttiie whom tin
hr.ve now In view are .Inck Denim Ha
ld Desha. Charles l.ytnan. Huh Mi
Corrlston, llnnua nnd last but n..'
least .Itilinnle Williams. Thl l.im
comes as u surprise, us the II. A ('
had counted (in lilin fur their pllclu i
but ho Is unl! to have told his fileii.ls
that he will not piny with the II
C.'s this .tear. He refuses to slmi .IM. (
y team at present and h- t.iklns I
things pretty coolly nnd walilm: i 11,
the others nre through tlieli wo i In, ,
i'eoie lie starts in.
After about the middle of ,lul Ho
Is liable to be something ilulm, wph
the, 1'iiiis. Cnstle. the llurwud star
pitcher, who Is claimed to lie the In it
inn n In Intercollegiate circles or tie
Inst season, will be here und It Is s.ild
will brine the first and thin! biiseeieu
of the crimson team with him for I he
trip. These three will be'n tower of
strength and with their lucking tie:
1'iius sliould clean uwny tiny oM
trudges which iun hae been formed
earlier lu the season.
uiauy oi jour lenmirs uiu owners oi
'machine, ullhoiit doubt u
,mo tmittoi- or local li
carry with tis a full racing outfit, eon-
to do -slopping me for the run Hon
of ii seuiud but Mm i an sic what dnui-
Hge ll did the AVilhhiiiglon tuilll."
I'hlhiilelplila, .Ian. la Ihukuy Hal
ev or Hiigl.uiil iiiude his llrst uppoar
unco in America, at the National A. I'
this otenlug when ho met Tomm
OToole or this city lu it six-round
hum. OToolo was untitled to the lo
rlslon. allliougli the little Kugllhhmuii
made initiiy H lends by bin plnciiy
lu the piolliulnni'les .lolinny IIiiiim
hnd n shade the better or his bout '
Hllll Young Kid Ilm.id. Iliiul Ilowlors
only lasted two founds with dim Kohl
man. Jack I III 1 1 anil Kihliu Iaho."
foiighl n draw. 1'raiik Carney out
pointed Voiuia l.ouuhh.
luciensed Utigtli of wheel basu ll
one of the leading changes adopted by
practically till maniiraetiiiei's of mo
tor ears for the l!Mi7 models, but soinii
or these uinlilifactuiei'u me liable to
come to grief In this change, uccoid
lug to 1'rcd. Ditylon, uumager of tlio
hieal hramli of the Klectrle Vehlelu
(Jtimpany, which builds tho Columbia
While tho wheel baso Is lcnglheno-1
tho frame of the car Is not generally
streugthsned to stand the Increuwl
titinlu iim It. according lo Mr. Day
loii and thl'i Is llkelv to cause no
end of li.iuble, he ru'r. nxpeilunru
tiloni; thk line of the makers ot the
Columbia cars has led 'Mi Day ton to!
renrh this conclusion. j
"i'racttcally oteiy Important car mi
'AsMSSv;-,? wis ;
tho mm kit has Increased the length
(if (he wheel h.ne tor Its 11107 inodels, '
he snhl, ".mil I fear Mime or them .no
going to have troul.li, for tho sltuplu
leason that the frame of tho machine
luts not been strengthened correspond
ingly with tlie liictctihud length or tho j
Kansas 'City. Mo. Jan. 5.--Thu Mis-
Maul Athletic Club esterday cabled
Ceoigo ll.ickeiibchiuldt chumploii
cilch-usentohdili wiesllcr ol the
woi Id, Hint it would offer n purse ofi
tio.oun If he would itgrco to ineirt
rrnnlt (ioteh In a chiimplonKlilii mate'i'
lu Kansas City In April. '
' Thu cuiblo wiih sent to florlln, wheio
It Is understood Haekeiisi limldt !s
now ghlng exhlbltlomi. Tho niatler
Iris ulrcudy been oub.oltled lo (lotch,
who ngices to allow lliickeiiHchnildt
fotii-flTiliH of 'the purse, win, lou nri
draw, as mi liiilucement to get the
champion to tome to tills country.
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New York, .Ian. in .lust after he
received ii knockout blow in a hot
Im; bout huio tmrighl Chaileu rilncinlr
wnB nrresled by tlie police ill Iho In
btniice of Hie Kedeinl iiuthoilttes on
li ciinrBO ol being a m-scilt-r ftoni Com
p.my M, Thirtiilh infantry. Unltu.'
Stales Ami). Thu leglmeut In now
stationed at Fort Clook, Neb., ami
was in the riilllppliius, whero Hlnclalr
Is alleged lo have deserted lu 11)02,
The police leiiiued Hint Iho allepol
duserter wus billed fur a go with Tom
(airy, n local heavyweight, tonight,
I lid Mivnrtil ileteclhen nppciucd at the
uielin during Ihe secmid round. While
Iho olfieers were Ciliisldeilug which
was the ninu'wuiitod. (limy gnu 9lu
chilr an upperciit, putting him out of
the light. When .Sinclair opened Ills
eyes ho was under arrest,
Alter n lapse of six yours Hie anin
to'ur championship of (ileal llrliulu
will again bo held on tho classic St
Andtew's groou Tho ocnt will tako
place dining the week of May Jn, The
.imiileur championship has mil hce'i
held ut Ri Andiew'' Muce lOUl, wlin-i
H 11 llllion won fiom J L. L.w Nel
ihpr has been In tho final slnco To
take part lu n c hamplonshlp nt old
StJ i.lidrjw's ls. grcnt tcniptatiou to
Competition among brewers is keen. Perhaps you've noticed it.
You may not know what's back of it. You have a right to .know the jacts.
We have decided to print them.
Some of the large brewers to reduce the cost of brewing use chcp materials.
In place of Barley, the very soul and essence of perfect beer, they use Corn,
because it is cheap.
They further reduce the cost of production by not having ample storage
facilities to properly age their beer.
. The result is beer that has little else .but "Purity" and "Sterilization" to
recommend it. As a matter of fact, nearly all beer is pure and properly sterilized.
13 if it W I d
The Kins; of all Bottled Beers
Budwcicr is brewed from choicest Barley-Malt, the finest Hops, imported
from the province of Saaz, in Bohemia, Yeast of special culture, and a small
percentage of Rice.
It is fermented in glar,s-enamcled vats. It is lagcrcd (aged) from four lo
five montha in glass-lined steel tanks.
In fact, is in glass, from "Kettle to the Lip."
Our enormous storage capacity - 000,000 barrels enables us to age our
beer to full maturity, which accounts for its hcalthfulness and delicious fiavor.
We produce beer of such unquestioned superiority that discriminating
consumers demand it.
It ir. for these reasons that Budwciscr, idlhough the highest in price, has a
larger sale than all other bottled beers.
AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis U. S. A.
our In i amutdtli'M, nipl It Is probablo
thin a t I-Hlzeil part inn) be form-1
td to g.. oter ami make a golfing tour
of the mimt noted courses.
' :: :: ::
New nil,, .Inn. 13 -West Point Mil
ium Amilmny has lefuxed to tuke t.p
lowing eten thoilgh scteral wealthy
New Norl,rs nnd I'lilljdcliihl.ius had
olfeied lo supply full lowing outfits.
'Ihe Hiihjcit was taken up with the inll-
ilur iiindemy ollleials with the Inler
(olleclntc Mowing Ahsochillou, but (lu
loiiiiiiaiul.uit of the niudriuy was
obliged lo lefiisu the olTir on thu
i.roiiiiil ili.it tliO'Cndets would not glo
tho nciessary Htiio to organize ciews.
it :: ::
Town nl the lioi-e of the season Iji
jole ton u IiIh way towaiil Hie lop mm
made u dvspctale bid for balling hon
ors or the American League. He made
I'll base lilts out pf 1.02 times nl bat
mid Mined j,s runs. Stone cr.ickcd out
L'tis sureties, but he Is chatged with
milt .'SI tliuea al bat. He made more
ioiik IiIm, however, mauling the bull
lor u lotnl of Z'.iQ but-es ugnliiHt Uijole's
:: :: ::
Think of haying en or rntirtcun htm
died golfers on u coursu lu a single
day. This Is tho niimbtr who played
on (iilcago'fl pitblle green at Juokbim
I'nrk on last Independence Day. ()cr
Ti nun Hckels were Issued at'.lackson
I'.nk dining thu season, mid us thny
onlj nre Ishiii.'iI' when the crowd mis
large, the mil number of playeru iuiihi
have been In excess of tho tickets Is
n t: j:
New York, .Inn. H. Chumplnii I.n
ker and Marshall hao now settled nil
details icbpcclliiK their foiihcouilng
match for tho chess championship of
the woilil, '--Afcoidlng lo tho agree
ment they will play the first gutno In
I his city op .lauu.it y "H and continue
Iho match hero for elm en additional
gnuiC'S, They will then play n few
games out of (own and finish Ilia
What sex s a motor car? Should It
:: :: s:
Hilly I)ar goes to Athiulii londl-
lloimlly. Atlantu paid Cliitlnuatl ?")(
for him und nfSicci lu tiltu tho phoer
back to Cincinnati in the rail If ho is
n nut eel. If Cincinnati dues not want
I Im, Ailii!ita,ijii;reefl to p'iv Jtui) more
in.- him cv KIJIO in till
M t: 1:
bo knoken ot an lie, slia or Iff Toi In
cjtnnco, n man vrv'ii ocrhrnrd In n tiotci
rtlnlnif-rooni wiylim o Ills coiiipuuloii,
Largest Brewers in the
H. HACKFELD & CO. Ltd.
a worn in "Yes, "he's a iiirtwlio.. -
power waiier car. 1 lie woman in
Line pioi) tied against his speaking of
the Waller car as "she." Then lit
.... , , ... ,. ,... , .. , .,,.
10 ai ucr nun 11 nan a iiouueL worm ?ue,
.,..l uli ....I, ,. ,..-,, I it I
,.... i-i.v: ,.,i , hi,....
t; It IS I
I lie jtllllciiLr. unit u-neii, "u i.vm .
slioitstoii fiomrMeiuplils, Klin NlcholU.'
niioidlnp' to Ihe olllclal Soiithein
Icngao iivcr.i'ses, baited .J."7, or otilvl
The Athletic', much-touted new
llnee points better than Ilroiitheis. Hi
liian Muck scut Illicit to Now Orleans!
I11H sptiug. In milling Ntchollu wus
tenth 011 the list, with 1111 ater.ige of
.: J.,. body, ale more than stuck on the little; I
:: W ;i chainplou. Kd. Cole, assistant Jiulgil
I'lobnbly tlio lu.ivlost man lu Kurope i,t Ascot and fur many years a sport-
was Iho Into liana Kronun or WlUonlng wilier oil a New York paper, has
l.erg. In i:,islrrii rniHsIa, a hotel keep- this to my rcgarillng Attcll and hlu!
er. Ho wclghcel Ml poiinihi. A shiuv-,;ghtlug uhlllty: j
man lu I'.ul3 once oflcred him a hirgul "I had total that Attell was the eiov-l
sain ami he was willing lo accept it.1 crest bor lu Ihe woild and I got thol
but he could not enter any passingur' Impression that he was one or the J.ibl
ear and refuted to travel In a freight and get awa bovs. After seeing hlsj
car. , past two fights, both or which ended
'-i it 1 by the knockout male, 1 think that
Tlie Ilrooklyn club has resigned Out-, this man is a better man than over
fielder l.umley ut an lucreuse of f.'Olfieorge IiImiii whs. If they should
ever last vear'H salary, but Tim Jotdau meet tenia), with Dixon In his prime, I
Is still holding out ror an almost pio-!ihlnk Hint Attell would win lu a lump,
hlbltlui figure. Other lliooklyn pla- Thai's how good 1 think the present
crs signed to dale uie Pitcher Dell,
Catcher llergcn, Oiitllehlei Miilouey,
Pitcher Kason and Catcher Ilutlcr. '
ll. II, Iliirrimuu hits ptiichnsed a
Maxwell ear for Ihe use of the imgl-
neers ho emplo)n lo lay 0111 nunls on
I1I.1 large teal eslnle holdlnus lu has plnycil center field 011 the llluo ami
Oiange iiiuiity, New Yin It State. Ulold nluo, was elected lo the captaincy
IX XI XX I oT the team at a meeting 011 Tuesday
Outfielder Clay, who led the Amerl-mleriioon. Sweeny was elected miaul
can Asfoi latloti lu batting in 11)03, mid mously to succeed K. C. nlllls, who
was bought by tho IJostou Aincilciin, will not loturu to collngo eiin,account
niiiillHouiilly, goeH luck again ns an "' H( Illness of hla father.
nsH't to the J.imiIrvIIIo club. The new cnptnln has been a mem-
It It t: her pf Iho Mitslty nine for the past two
, NCW n CCO RD Maun. He Is a consistent halter ami
In hi llllant fielder. He Ih a iiictnber of
llolul Orniimd, riorlda.'.Iaii. 21. At the Junior mid senior honor Boiictles,
tlio U'O llrst crack out of tho gun, lr-'nml was iianied two )ears ugn custo
dially bofoio tho tournament hud been dlun of tho u that was taken fiom
liinugiiraled, a world tecord fell tei the Hlimfoid a few yearn ago.
honor of Iho Orniiiml roumi. Georgo' Hwees) Ih leglBturcd lu the college
Cuiils with 11 single cylinder 2 1-2 j 01 civil cnsliitoilu,? fiom Uerkoloy.
hoirepower mntni c)de, entered u luiloj XX XX XX .
In 1:00 1-5, though this was nothing lit ; $25,3S0. FOR TOE
conipiirlsiin with Mascot's later trial
spin, when he wilt the Slimloy racer, A Jury Is iielng rolcrtod In .ludgo
mil. In :!K:tr seeouds. whlih time ln( Wnsie'e conn In Oakland with which
hettei than tho toe mil of two joar-i to tn the nit of .. I rillkv, u la
ie:o. Bulclv.in of ProUdcnco uleo ncnt'mnut, cthlite ol tho I'uUn ,ty pt
out for a nille In a Stsnley speedlnB! Michigan, against the Southern Pacific
cat, but ho tinier fliilphed Iho mllo, Al Company for ?!.r.,350 ns damngoa for
the, naif ho blow oijt the packlusiho loss of one ot tho loos of his lelt
'. J .
aiouml his steam chest anil letiiriied
hi uie siiiiues. i;urus uiiuwiso lino
some tumble with his tight cylinder
motor cycle and failed to make a trial
... j, . ...... . .. .,...
ai uie nine, wiiihiuo 01 iiienu aiieuipis .
,,l L..1.1..I t.,.ll,l,..r 11l.11 . . u , I ,.,,. .1, ...t '
,k r.ivu ,..(,t.,n vip t.n iik.vi..iivi.
today, us tho couise was not In good
.condition, hence the work must bu con
s: t: ::
ETTER THAN DIXON
Abo AtlcU's last two lights have
caused 110 end of comment and tho
nice 'track iicoplu, who uteiided In 11
XX XX XX
T. K. Hwi'esy u menilier or the so
liter class of the ITuiversIl) of Call-
fornlii, and who for tho past two years
m i I
loot, (illk) was eu route from Hall
r'niiiclscii lo HiMio when Iho si'iil upon
which ho wus testing Ills feel'coll.ips
1 d near Ttncy, so crushing his loo
that amputation was' necessary. With
out this pedal phuluilgu he claims thut
his prunes ns u trackman Is Itn
(Itaml Juuctliiii, Tenn , .l-ili. -IS --T.
T. Pace's Miter dog, Pilliro Wljl
stone was dcclaii'd tho winner of the
national championship ctako of thu
Hulled .Slates Held trials. Tamil k l.ud
was nwaided the second honors.
X )t n. )i k ;t t a x n u. f 10
!' DAND CONCERT X
t ,:e if 1: ;t x V if it, Stl if ' 11 tt U
The Ji.ind will play this afternoon nt
Aula P.uk ut I o'clock.
Mnich "Vlenuii" Reiir.uiiinel
Overture; "Muriuuilug rnrcM" ...
0a otto "Old Tapestry" .... Ilogeltl
Seleellon "(leneinor'a aim" ... Colmit
.March "Tho Mjrtles' (by reipiebt)
Wallz "Prlnco or Pllseu" I.inleru
Itoiiiauco-'in Iho Valley" Liihoy
Maich "Tho Army" liergur
"The Star-Spangled llumier"
Tho Kiimlay concert will he ulveii nt
Iho Knllhl pumplm; station If tho
weather Is good,
"Tito, old Hundred"
March "Tho Navy" ...,'.... Merger
Oveituio "The Winner" .... ilacklu
Intei mezzo "Tho Czarina",,.. (i.mno
Sole'cllem "Unsslter'b Sunny Rungs" ,'
, ,- Iford'
Vocnl lluwiillnu Songs. nr. by llerger
KelertJon "Merry Melodies",.. .MI'll
Intormozo "Piirto Illcan" ...MIbsiuI
I'iunlo "The Inle of I.ove' l.lnko
"The Star Spangled lli.nm.i"
REAL CSTATf: TltANSACTIONH,
Entered for Record Jan. 31, 1007,
From 10:30 a. m. to A p. m.
It M Mnlstor h att t., mo
Amoy JI Anln to li Wntuihou 0 V
Co Ltd tr M
Fiod I, Walilron to nobert-R no .Hi
ilWUlto'...,.;:.. .XW. ,. ..'JH',r4n. iML
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