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EVKNINU nUM.F.TIN. HONOLULU. T II . TUKSDAY, Hill. I. 1918.
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Local and National
rpwS'ii,iiSiy!ar ' ' MHl tltP
ft : WHITNEY fc MARSH
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1908 Flat 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
al! sorts. As to Automobiles, well, we
iiave four of those famous FranKiin Air
Cooled Cars on the way and due in a
few days. Will tell you about them
when they arrive,,
Ee O. Hall. 45 Son,
1 i tm z
At ni Prices
VALENCIENNES LACES at 5c a YARD
Wc have a big as a. Intent of these beautiful Lnces
that came on the last im of the Alameda, and wc arc of
fering them for sale at prices lower than any that have
ij ever been jmt on tiiem in Honolulu.
I YEE CHAN & CO., cor. Bethel & King
Electric Water Heater
with the Nursery Bottle
WARMS the BflOXK
in two or three minutes.
Think what it means to
have one. Call at the
Haivaiiaa Eleotric Co. Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. THOKE 390.
SEEK IN AN AUTO SID2 FOR
$r5.GO an Hour
; Just call 230 on fie phone
For Ringbone, Side Bone Spav n,
For Rhc mutism, Shoulder, Kock,
Hip, and Tendon Lameness,
Black Douglas Oil
For all forms of lameness". Cm
be utcd while animal is at work.
HOOF OINTMENT, to lwco the foot health v.
WORM POWDERS, BLOOD TOifIC, UOIIC DRENCH,
OUainablc at nil druggist and
POTTDE & SONS
MANURE FOR FEfiTlLIZING
plank and lawns can
price, with delivery, at
Wc are referring to yoi'v house it needs a coat of paint and needs
it bRdly. Let us fit it with a new coat of paint Heal Paint put on by
v- - THE PA INTERPHONE 42G.
nr.tl ask fcr QUINN.
be had at a reasonable
you have lost a coat. let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
I fi f" ,' '
-T- " ' t J.
run of the Qua
ker City Motor
Club of Phila
won by the
in fact, was
won twice. In
contest of Jan.
1st and 2d, the
Vhitc was the
only car which
made a clean
score on the
road and also
was declared by
t h c Technical
Committee to be
in perfect con
dition at the
finish. For some
reason the Con
tee refused to
accept the find
i n c s of the
mittee as re
gards two oth
er cars and or
dered a "run
the White and
mentary c o n -tent,
4th, served on
ly to emphasize
of the White.
The second ex
amination o f
the cars made
by the Techni
of such con
that the White
was declared to
be the winner
of the contest
and of the
phy. With our en
try of .but one
car wc deris
ively ' defeated
27 gasoline cars
of the leading
his another im
been added to
the long list
o f triumphs
achieved by the
el i s t i nctivcly
BEAUTHUL PICTUEES AND
reduced to a low price at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
The Weekly Edition ot tho evening
Qullotln gives a complete summary of
.ha new of the day.
IIII.O, Hawaii. I'Vli. 3. Tlio
Wild West Show li.ul Rood weather.
Tlicio wcro huge ciowds ami no nc
ildonts In roping. Tlicro wcro sev
enteen cut ilea ami only three men
llrcl their steers uuder two minutes.
The Btccrs were too fust for tlio
horses. Mukiil tlcil his ulcer In ono
in I mi to nml xl' seconds and Klicn
Low cave nn exhibition of oiie-nrm
'oping In one minute anil twelve sec-1
Poor Angus McPhoe tlltln't linvo
much or a lool.-ln, It seems. Mnknl
hits the ehnmiilonshlp or tlio Islands
ilni'hcil, and the champion of the
woild Is left out in the told.
n :: a
HMD COUNTRY CLUB
Alexander Macl.aron wilt innli.ni
ly tul.e ihnigc ot the Onha .'.oi'i-tiv
Club, U the plans of the llo.ud of
(loveriioi'H do not mlsciirry, for a
pioposltlon wilt he put up to him.
lie will have the moil or-thu control i
of the place, IooMiik after tlio
grounds and laKInc tlio netho mini-1
.ii;cmcnt of the club, liosldes giving!
lessons, ns he Ins been doing, 111 tlio!
art of smashing the ball.
11 SdEri RETAINS
Phlladolphla, l'a , .Inn. 23. U-I
ard JnUo Scluiefcr of Chicago rctnln-
rd tho world's IS 1 billiard cliain
pionshlp when he defeated A. (1. Cut-in-
nf ltoston hole tonight hy the
Frnro of T.OO to 47C. It took tho
(linmpton sIxt.N-llve Innings before
ho could claim the victory, and ns It
viia ho did not have very much tn
Schncfcr secured n, good lead In
the first part of the game, Mit Cut-J
ler managed to creep up on him. j
'.uller made1 a high run of ft". It
was ono of the most Ecnsatlonnl '
games over seen In n billiard toumn-j
inent. After tho flfty-fouith liming I
Culler began to gain rapidly, and I
diiiliiB the Jast few Innings tho cx-
cltcincnt was Intense.
The Mining was very low In tho
llrM Inning. It fell to Cutler to;
stint the game, hut ho missed hlsj
diHt shot and Bdiacfur did likewise, i
It was in' tho fifty-seventh Inning;
that the climax came for Culler, Ho '
look the lead away from Schncfcr
ind lei by the henro ot l.'f, to I'.'G,
by a i no of ftG, but Cutler could
liulil the lend for only a few inning'
i.ud I lien fell down badly, while. !
Kehaefei- forged slowly lo the front
.-ml fln;ill won out by 500 to ITG.
Ml TO BE CHOSEN
New Villi.. N. Y Jan. 2a. Plans
for the elght-oaicd crew which Is to
icpicM'nt tho United States at tho
Olympic legatta in London In Juy
mo In satisfactory chape, mid In u
few weeks now President James P1I
klngtou of tho Nntlonnl Association
ol Amateur Oarsmen will bo able to
uiinoiiuio tho composition of tho
low tentatively, at least. In fnct,
ho nliendy has decided upon some ot
the men, among thoin Italpli Kane,
former stioko of tho Unlveislty of
I'cnnsylvanla crew, who, unices
there Is a change In the piogram,
will stroke tho All-Anierlum eight.
Y.nna Is n finished oarsman, who has
weight, stamina, grit and skill in
abundance. Pilklngtou Is confident
that ho will get together nn olght
which will creditably ropiesent tho
I nltcd States in the greatest Inter
national leguttn or modern times.
New York, N. Y., Jan. 21. 'iho
fin ward pnhs und ninny other much-'
discussed points ot tho football rules!
will bo discussed anil possibly modi
fied at a meeting of tho football
mica committed-which will he held'
In New Yorli. l'rlilay nnrl Satuulay. j
rheie lias been bo much discussion'
and criticism of tho forwaid pass'
that It Is piobnble that most or tho I
.line of tlio committee will bo taken
up in discussing this fcatuio of thoi
niles, Tho Intercollcglntii nssocla
Hun has already mlwicutcd a modi
llcatlon of tho rule and sovcral mem
M FOOTBALL HAT0I1S IN I
JF SESSION IN NEW Mlj
G ROPING CONTEST
'ters of the old committee arc said to
uvor such modifications, The nc
(omtnlltcu consists of seven members
rlcctcd by tho lntercollcglnto asso
ciation, In nddlllou to tho seven
members of the old committee. The
members are: Professor Ij. M. Den
nis, Cornell, chairman; Professor .1.
II. Fine, Princeton; Wnllcr Camp,
Yale; Joshua Crane, Harvard; II. II.
Ilnckctl, West Point; Paul Dashlct,
Annapolis; John Hell, Pennsylvania;
K. K. Unit, Dartmouth; Alonzo Stag.!
Chicago; Dr. J. A. Hnhblttc, Hiiyu"
fonl; Professor Q. V. Savage, Ober
lm; Professor Dudley, Vnnderhl t;
Dr. J. I.. I.ecs, Nebraska; Dr. II. I.
ypji FUST III
Stanford I'ntvcrslty, Jan. 21.
Coach Ijanngan and Captain Kenton
linvc selected the (list line-up ot tho
Stanford baseball team, which prac
ticed jestcrday afternoon with nit
lhe men In their positions. Tho var-
ilty sound, ns now constituted, fol
lows: Catchers, (taming, Mitchell
mid Ilutlcdgc; pitchers, Thelle, Uoo-
dell and Wltmcr; flist base, Hall
and McUrcgor; second base, Hell;
third base, Fcntonf shortstop, Snmp
ron; left Meld, Owen; center Held,
ricntt; right tlld, Cadwalnder.
The Cardinal's first game Is sched
uled to be played next Saturday on
the campus against St. Mary's Phoe
nix team of Oakland. The flrwt line
up of the hall players will probably
prevail for that contest. Flcldor
Wilt, who played center last season,
will also be a strong candidate this
Coach Presley writes that ho will
probably bo here tn assume charge
of the coaching by next Friday.
Presley's Improvement Is now steady
after a hard siege and two painful
operations In Vancouver.
SPMTEfi DANIEL KELLY
MIVESJ! m YORK
New York, N. Y., Jan. 2:i. Local
athletes yesterday giccted Daniel J.
Kelly, world's chainpliyi amateur
sprinter, who nrrtved on his first
lslt to New York to compete In tho
I'nstlmo Athletic Club's carnival at
Madison Siiunio Garden next Mon
day night. Although Kelly Is not
keyed up to the physical notch that
enabled him to cover 100 yards In
'J u-ft seconds and 220 yards In
1:1 l-i seconds, both world's reeoids,
he expects In tho four days interven
ing to get into good enough form to
run one of tio best races ot his fa
i cor on nn Indoor truck. Kelly Is
slated to appear In both tho (U and
220 .ml handicaps. Yulo Univer
sity will linvo a team of fifteen or
twenty men to participate iu nearly
(cry event on tho program. Co
lumbia nml tho Uuivoislty of Penn
sylvania will also bo well represent
ed, while tho Chicago Athletic Club'u
delegation of llvo men, hciKied by
A. C. Itamey, the champion middle.
illstancii i miner ot tho West, oxpects
Iu capture u number of prizes.
t: u is
Contrary to th3 story printed iu
tho morning paper, there was a gaum
1,1 baseball yesterday afternoon at
Aula Park between the Chinese. Al
liance and tho Chinese Athletic Club,
resulting In n victory for tho latter
hy the scoro of 9 to 4. It was n lulu
of u contest, for tho cream of tho
nthletes belonging to tho two club
Thoro Is hardly a day passes that
does not bring some new develop'
inont with regard to the yncht Ha
waii. This morning tho linen and
bed clothos for tlio trim Ilttlo vessel
wero picked out by a representative
of tho committee
u n h
Tli ere has been considerable, tall;
of latc'concornlng dope on tno pa
nifs. fioni tho present outlook,
thero won't bo very much doing
mound Honolulu unless tho old
track s either fenced In, or a now
site located. Tho racing game would
find a lot of backers In this burg If
tomo suit of an association wore
foiined to keep tho sport on ttie
ffllfaio. In tlio good old dnjs when
OUR SALE OF
Consisting of MERCERIZED WHITE
GOODS suitable for Shirt Waists,
Suits, and Gents Shirts.
Also a large assortment of
FANCY LAWNS and DIMITIES
Iho ponies had their Inning here, It
wnii almost like throwing your good
coin to the winds to try and dopo
out n winner. If "tho sport ot
kings" expects tn find any followers
tho booslcis of tho game wilt have
to look to their foim sheets for u
:: n v.
Illg Sam Merger is In training and
has been for some time, and tho
sporting writers' on tho Coast lmo
it figured out that the heavyweight
has an object In view, though thcy
do not make any definite declaration,
lie wns sparring partner for Abo At
tcl heforo his light with Prnuklo
The things that .Inck (Twin) Sul
llvah did to Joe Thomas' tho other
night gave tho Ind n serious set
back. Jim Flynu now wants n meet-
:ng with Sullivan, saying that ho
has had ono decision over lilm nnd
thinks ho tan get another. Klynn Is
now training (leorgo Hrown nt Hak
erslleld, Cal for his light with Al
t: :: ::
The Ki human Cnrrlago Company
has two I'ord runabouts on the way
down from tho Coast. They have
been out from tho factory for some
tlmo and Mr. Schumau Is expecting
them any time. The automobile
gamo Is getting better all tho tlm c
In this town.
Theie Is one football gamo nnd
iiio baseball game scheduled for this
The meeting of the baseball league
for tho purpose ot electing officials
for 1008, nnd deciding on a new sc
lies fur tlio championship, wns
postponed last night on account ot
the weather. It will bo held Thui"
day night ot this week.
:: :: ::
Tlio Pacific Coast Derby for 1D08
was won tho other day by a Kan
I'ranelseo dog, St. Ives, an Kngll.di
u tt ::
A race between the fast stcari
yachts owned by Howard Gould nnd
William K. Vnndcrbllt Jr. Is one of
tlm possibilities of tho next yachting
season. Two jears ago Mr. Vnndor
bllt's Tarantula defeated Mr. (lould's
Nlugarn IV ocr n fiO-mllo course,
but It Is suld that tho co.il on tho
tiould yacht was not satisfactory
mil ut that tlmo Mr. Vanderbllt ol
feicd nuother raco. The raco wns
rot posnlhlo hint summer, hut this
summer It Is expected It will take
pluco. Tho talk In yachting circles
Wc have included iu the lot all of the best and mo3t
seasonable goods in tlis store.
PRICES CUT ALMOST IN HALF
The superiority of the goods is maintained. Somo of
tho articles were on a steamer ten days ago. Nothing
shopworn; nothing that is not as good as you will flnd-in
the leading stores on the mainland. ' '
COME IN TIME TO PICK
KERR & CO
Alakea Street, near Hotel
to 5c yard
wns nrouscd by tho fact thnt tho
(lould yacht Is having new boilers In
ttalled and that tho Vanderbllt
Yacht has been ordered hero from
Wilmington, N, C, where It now Is,
for extensive repalis.
Tho band will piny nt Thnmas
Square this ou-nlng nt 7.30 o'clock.
Following is tlio program:
March "Peter Piper" (new),, Henry
Oveituro "Frn niavoln" .... Auber
(a) "Tako Mo with You In Your
Dreams" (now) Oliver
(b) "Lot Md Itock in My Old Hock
ing Chair" (new) Spink
Selection "Tho Komj of Castillo".
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. ur. by lleiger
(a) "As Long an tho World Itolls
On" (now) Hall
(h) "I.ovo Dreams" (new) ....Sutton
Spanish "I.a Sorella" (now) ..Horel
(a) "I.a l.lckctlo" (now) Davis
(h) "Hn Houto" (now) .... Hosenstchi
"Star Spangled Datiuer."
SYMPHONY GOCIETY'3 CONCERT.
The Honolulu Symphony Roddy's
conceit wilt bo glcn at Hlshop Hull,
Pimahoti, on Thursday evening, Keb
niary (i. Tho program will bo u spier
did ono and tho lovers nf good music
should not absent themselves fiom at
tending this concert. Tickets can lm
i.icuied at Wnll, Nichols Co.
VC8XU fT-1rM.TTJlUMCJMWira .
It will hnilrl vnn nn
J! .7 J r
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.