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BVINIM1 nUM.KTIN. HONOLULU. T. II . TlltJHSIUY, .IAN. SO, IJ1.1S.
1908 Hat Tread Diamond Tires? We
have just received a shipment and if
your Auto is in need of a tire you can
not do better than use a Diamond.
. Just Keep in mind also that we have
a fine assortment of Auto sundries of
all sorts. As to Automobiles, well, we
have four of those famous Franklin Air
Cooled Cars on the way and d in a
few days. Will tell you about them
when they arrive.
E. O. Hall & Son,
Chinese Pongee Silk
LIGHT AND HEAVY
Whit? and Colored.
New shipment of BEAUTIFUL ORIENTAL FABRICS
at LOW PRICES!
YEECHAN& CO., coe. Bethel & King
I beautiful Honolulu
g SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$500 an Hou
Just call 200 on the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN.
.- Newmarket Blister
For Rincbone, Side Bone Spavin,
Fcr Rheumatism, Shoulder, Hock,
Hip, and Tendon Lameness.
. Black Douglas Oil
For all forms of lameness. Can
be uccd while animal is at work.
HOOF OINTMENT, to keep the foot
WORM POVDEP.S, BLOOD TONIC,
WE ARE AGENTS FOR .
Winton Touring Carl
190S MODELS i
7 he Finest Cars Ever Seeii in Hono
lulu. Call and Sec Them. ,
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Go..
King Street near South
J. A. MoLEOD,
Hotel Majestic, Phone 244
with the easiest. ridintr nnhlie nutn-
mobile in the city. Long or short
runs, calling or business
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Carriage Material j
Farming Tools and Implements
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
s ALLEN & ROBINSON.
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
all druggists and
Rush orders our specialty.
We'll advise you about picture-hiking.
S 0 11 v n i r Views.
NOVELTIES that will make
attractive and welcome pres
ents to Ccast Friends.
" Everything Photographic ''
4-Cylinder, 7-Passenger Car.
Factory Price includes Eise
marn Magneto, also wet bat
teries. "Von Hamm-Yount
Co., Ltd., Young Bit
I Cheer, O!
I Bring your diamonds, watches a,nd
' lewelry to me and I will pay a price
1 that will surprise you.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KINQ
' ,1 '
I - 1 t
run of the Qua
ker City Motor
Club of Phila
won by the
in fact, was
won twice. In
contest of Jn:,
1st am'. 2d; the
WW'S was the
r.ily car which
made a clean
score on the
road and also
was declared by
Committee to be
in perfect con
dition at the
finish. For some
reason the Con
tee refused to
ncccpt the find
i n c s of the
mittee as re
gards two oth
er cars and or
dered a "run
0 if " between
the White and
test, held Jan.
4th, served on
ly to emphasize
of the White.
The second ex
amination 0 f
the cars made
by the Techni
of such con
that the White
was declared to
be the winner
of the contest
end of the
With our en
try of but one
car we decis
27 gasoline cars
of the leading
has another im
been added to
the long list
0 f triumphs
achieved by the
d i s t i actively
In tho matter of tho estate of Ahl,
deceased, on motion of M. I). Siberia
and Sllverla & '"'v, Judge l.inigu
yesterday lnsucd u.i older It) W. II
Wlilliii'V, Deputy Attorney (letieral, to
uppear befoio him at 10 o'clock Snl
unlay morning mid show cause, If lie
litis any, why ho should nut lio uil
Judged In contempt tit court for fall
1110 I11 oliey tho order uf Judge Clear,
nf .liino 10, 1901, lo pay 10 tho mm
ants Iho sum of SSTO.00.
Chinese Athletic Club
Will Hold Annual
Saturday afternoon the rrcatoat
uthlpllc eu-tit (if the jo-ir for tho
Chinese Athletic Cluh will he pulled
t'tT at tile lloyn' I'leld. It will ho n
track and field meet, and come excel
lent talent wllHiiKe part. Some rec
utita ntc expected to he liiukcn In
lidtli the diisheM ntnl the weight
evenlH. The ni iiila ir lite meet mo
Hcfercc, Clins 1' Chllllngworth;
ilcrk of th" "'Wic, X, S. Kong;
scorer, I. V. l'ting; tlmcM.'cpcrK.'Kd.
l'-cr-..ndez, .1. V. Ilicwsler; Judges,
tt lick, I.. S. fullness, II. V. Collin,
Chns. Wong Took; Judges, Held,
I'hnrllc Albright. 1. 0. I'tirm, K. 11.
Ul.tncliurd; .'imuitincer, John Andor-
kiii; Htatter, Dr. Hand; marshal; po
I'rlzc dlstrlhntoiH: Mudnm CIiuiik
Tni 11111, Sllss Amy Chlng, MIhh IV
icllu Clmrk Hoy.
Truck Ciiiiuiilltee: V. Tin Ynn,
lull 111.111 ; .Inn. Y. T. Zime, Herre-
tnry; II. II. Joe. Wiing Klin Cliong,
Olllcer of (" A. V : Wong Klin
C'hong, piesldcnt; Lit 11 Tang, v(ro
president ; .loa Y. T. Zane, recording
yecretnr ; A. K. Yap, corresponding
terretury; Jiilin C. Ui. treiiBiiicr; C.
V. Mack, Anslstant treasurer; K. Y
(hiug, amlltor; I'd. Ayau, manager.
"Old Fan" Writes
Spoiling iMIlof ' II u 1 1 0 1 1 11 :
emr "btiiry" of the 27th on how
Italph (Kid) (Haze was "discovered"
.it Dartmouth Is tin excellent narra
tive for any sporting page. Hut to
icsidcnts lieie fuinlllar wltnj tho cn
icer of tho present Jloston American
speed merchant for olght or tdii years
past It Is simply confirmatory of tho
belief that nearly all .the star "ama
teurs" are really paid' men.
Hew Qlnze lias kept under cover
.si 1 long, with dozens of others In his
class and day falling light and left,
scents myhtcrlous. The writer as
cribes It to, clover management on
the pail of the Immediate handlers
of lho "phenonis" more limn lo the
determination of tho amateur organ
ization!! to win at any price. All tho
"higher tips" nro "tarred with tho
tame stick" mid Honolulu's Mains
ire clearly discernible at times.
As a matter of fact, getting hack
to (il.ize, bo played fur pay out ot
his Colorado school with tho (Irceley
' Iteds" and tho Cheyenne "Indians"
ami It was an open secret that when
he was ready for college the doors of
at le-ist half a dozen of the) biggest
'.iibtltutlons had halt on tho steps for
him I have heard that his rontiaet
with the Huston Americans carries
the hest deal over mailo hy any hull
plaer (Signed) 014) KAN.
A baseball league, consisting of
four clubs has been organized at tho
leper settlement. Superintendent
.lack MeVoIgh stntes that tho organ
ization was effected last Friday just
before ho left for Honolulu. Thrco
of the teams nro from Kalaitpilpa and
tho fourth belongs to tho llaldv.'Iu
Hut tho teams need tho apparatus
to play tho game, and they are not In
position to get tt. Halls, hats, masks,
etc , i)i e essential, and McVeigh hoped
Unit the people of Honolulu will coma
to tho asslstnnco of his wards nnl
donate tho things necessary. Tho
expense, properly divided, would ho
IncoiiHequentlnl. Second-hand hats
and masks would he appreciated. Pos
sibly some of the sporting goods
houses might present the leper teams
with a stock ot halls.
Superintendent Jack McVeigh Is
now in town, and may ho found most
of tho day at tho offices of the Jloard
of Health. Anyone who is desirous
of adding to the happiness of tho
Ten Itory's wards on Molokul hy 113
Mstlug tho baseball Ienguo of tho
rettlement In the manner Indicated
will find .luck glad In see him.
An event of unusual Interest In so
lial cIicIch Is tho tramping picric,
ptuty to bo pjyon hy the Taclllc So-
Ir. J : -8
I WHITNEY & MARSH I
On Saturday Next, February 1st,
we will place ou Sale
. our entire stook of
! Wash Goods
H consisting of g
wnnes ana uancies
L n j
Hal Club on Feb, LI.!. A string hand
will be one of thy features that will
11 Icb, JM. A
tidd to the tueritnicnt (it the party
Kully one hundred persons will par
ticipate lu tho festivities on tho oc
casion, ind every one has promised to
bring a Mulling, cheerful tare, m
there remains no doubt as to this
being a very successful outing.
BIG lEAdis kk
Jack Ulcoson, representing Ilccrca
tlon Park llaccball Association, closed
11 deal last night by which tho Chi
cago White Stockings will play alx
rallies with the San Francisco team in
Hint city. While It has been known
all along that Charles Comlskcy, own
er of tho team, was dickering to make
the Western trip, theic was no defl
nlto arrangement until a dispatch
wbb received last night from Tip
O'.N'ell, who has been conducting ne
gotiations from the other end of the
line sa s a Coast paper.
According to tho contract that has
keen signed, the White Stockings
will play Friday, Saturday nnd Sun
day, March (ith, 7th nnd 8th, anil
also Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
March 13th, 14th nnd 15th. There Is
t elm nee also that two Sunday morn
ing games will bo played In Oakland.
Comlskcy will bring n party ot
about fifty with hlin, Including news
laper men, nnd In till will have
tomo thirty-two players. These play
ers will -lie divided Into two teams,
and while one team Is playing In tho
north ngainst tho Seals, tho other
cquad will bo going against tho An
gola. Tho following week tho teams
can bo changed fi tho funs (if both
cities will sco all tho men.
If It Is posslblo there will ho exhi
bition games arranged at Unkcrn
Held, V!salla, Santa Durham and Sa
linas. McCrcdlo Is ery nnxtous to
have n gnmo arranged with the Heav
ers for Salinas, as tho funs of that
ilty were much disappointed last
year when thoy missed ncolng tho
New York (llantH.
Xjomlskey's, motto Is "Work In tho
Bhijpc of playing games," and for
that reason ho will not kettle down In
any 0110 spot for training, but get the
men Into contests as much as possible.
Tho Whlto Sox, who In 190G heat tho
Cubs for the world's championship
and put up 11 good light this last sea
sou, need no introduction and tho
fans aro lucky to havo a chance to
tec them go.
3ZF BULLETIN ADS. PAY -XTJW
inn - mmm. .an , nil M
We are offering special bar
gains in Swisses, Corduroys,
and all varieties of
Hosiery and Shoes
for grown-ups and little foIRs
Ii.- B. Kerr &; Co.,
u unm- ,WM, ,,,,-fc ,1m,, Jfl
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1UT TiFl tXPEGTS
Washington, .Inn. 19. According lo
Secretary Tuft's close fi lends ho will
have not less than 181 Miles on tho
flint ballot, with a probable 109 mint
to draw on, and oven then tho "favor
He son" States will notliavo been In
cluded. Six Stilton, they say, aro committed
to tho nomination of tho Secretary, In
wifar as their State central commit
tees can commit them. They nro
Kansas, Nebraska, Mlssnuil, Michi
gan, West Virginia nnd Ohl'.', with a
total ot 1G0 votes In the convention.
To this number tho Taft men add
Minnesota, North and South Dakota,
Montana and Iown, with a total of TO
votes, and the solid South with the
exception of Kentucky nnd Oklahoma,
a total of 210 votes, and on tho tcven
territories, with 14 votes. This cal
culation makes 11 total of 484 Mites.
lu tho "decidedly probable" column
the Secretary's friends put Masachu
setts, Connecticut, Idaho, Oregon and
Washington nnd iinlf of tho Now York
delegation, making a total of 1U9
votes which the." think will bo cast
for the Secretary. This calculation
omits Colorado, Delawaie, Keiituck),
Maine, .Maryland, New Ilainpuhlip,
Now Jersey, Oklahoma, Ithode Inland,
Utah, Vermont, Wisconsin and Wyo
ming, with n total of 17fl votes. It
also omits Illinois. Pennsylvania nnd
Indiana, with 15?votes, nil of which
will ho cast foi Cannon, Knox and
Fairbanks, respectively, on the llrat
They appreciate (hat flnvormir
Hughes may'hecomo tho "fnvoillc
ton" of Now York, anil that thus they
must aim to secure u tmlllclcnt numlnir
nf votes to nominate without the New
York delegation, but they protcss con
fldencc lu being nhlo to do this.
Tillamook, Or., Jan. 20. The grave
of Hlcharil- Churchill wan opened to
day, and tho position of tho body Is
such thai tbeio can be no doubt that
lho man was burled alive. Tho skull
was found lobe lying face dowmvaid.
itiKi leg was- drawn up almost In tin
body, and both arms were lying on lho
left sldo. It waa evident that tho man
had turned over on his t.ble and :11a 1c
efforts to rolenso himself.
Churchill enmo to Tillamook sev
eral years uso. He was set upon nnd
roMicd and wns found In a drugged
condition. Soon afterward ho was be
hoved dead, but ho recoveiod lo tell
of tho attack made 011 1 1 1 lit. The fart
Ihiil he was hulled alho was brought
to light when tho body was exhumed
to move It to another grave.
HO PROPERTY IN HONOLULU liai
the prospective value of
if you buy it right.
I HAVE A VERY BIG BARGAIN
A seven-roomed HOUSE and large
LOT a little past tho
on the main Waikiki road.
Always rented will make a good
F. MORGAN, ,
Cottage, with medorn Improvements;
Kmma Square adjoining tha resi
dence of Jas. F. Morgan; ront 3
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
P0R. FORT AND KING STS.
Bulls For Sale
King Street, Ewa of Fishm&rket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low prico at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING
ADELINA PATTI; Queen of Ha
Havana Cigars j William Pemi,
King of Havana Cigars; Rough
Rider, 5c cigar, always to the
front. Edgeworth, Quboid, and T,
& B. Smoking Tobaccos. MYRTLE
CIGAR STORE and FITZPATRICK
LUNCHES and D R.I N K S
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St, near Fort.
Jack Scully, Jack Roberts.
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