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EVfiNlNO UULLKTIN. HONOLULU. T II HDNKSDAY, ri3H. 12, 1008.
made a pcifcct score in ths Endurance Rncc around ihc III
mid. It only used 4 3-4 gallons of g?soline and a half a pint rf n ! It
did not have to bother about water at nil. ri it is an AIR-COOLED CAlt.
Being an Air-Coolcd ear it is a light car.
Unnecessary weight means loss of power. Repair bills. Oasoline
bills. Tire expense Awkwardness. Discomfoit Danger.
Every pound of superfluous weight means mare work for your en
gine to do. Your horse-power doesn't do o much lets speed, slower work
en the hills. What's the use of buying high hone-power and throwing
it away on weight?
A heavy, complicated, water-cooled engine has moie to get out of
urdpr than an ail -cooled engine That Means Mosc Rciiair-3ill3. A heavy
automobile injures itself by jairing. That Means More Repair-Bills. A
heavy automobile wears out tiies fast Still More Expense. A heavy au
tomobile is hard to manage That Minns Danger.
There is no comfort possible, undei average toaring conditions, with
n heavy stiff-frame half-spring machin.".
We have just received a Model D 1S)0S Franklin Touring Car and it
jou aie looking for n light, powerful, elegant car, this is the one you
let us give you a demonstration. Our Model Q car just at hand has
been sold, but we have more Q Toutinr; and G Runabouts on the way and
can show them to you in a few weck.3
E. O. Hall & Sok,
is the modern llluminant You can icad in your library
by an incandescent lamp with giouud globe, and you will
have light that is as strong as daylight, yet softer, and
more evenly diffused.
It has a clear, steidy light, and gives ofT no heat or
Have us wire yoar house for electricity.
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Office, KIHG ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
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Enlarged Tendons, and old and per
sistent cases of lameness.
SAFE CURE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip,
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i tf tl?6W,0 AY&Mf i
Local and National
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
Fred Gilbert Leads
With Score Of
There was a closo mi o dining 1!'07
Mining tlio tinpshootois fur llio leud
cnililii of tho prcintct sport of target
shooting. In nil, tliero weio sixty-
one shootcis wno uroKo : per cenc.
in ovoi on liioio than thice thousand
lurgots. Of theso tw out -three uro
tn tlio ninntcm class unit thirl -eight
hip piofcsslonals fourteen others
iivcr.iacd 0 ncr cent in more, lint
tin' shot t lessthun three (limisnnil
tin gets Of these nil mo amateurs
evreiit one Tliec figures show to
wlnit n high pliinc tlio btend fill
lowcis of t,inp shooting h.no devel
oped their sMII.
I'u'il. lillbcrt or Spirit I-iiKe, In.,
led In pcHentago with Ihc flub aver
age of U5S, shooting lit SII96 tnrgetB
during ISO", mill scoring S'17. J.
I. I) Monition nf St Paul iiiuKb bcc
oml with 9"l pel icnt. scored on
Il.TTH tin gets shot lit C 0 Spcnrcr
of St Louis, W. It Criwli of 0 Pul
Uiii. III. mid 13 O'llrlon of rioiplice,
Knn , follow close lipliltiil with !4'J.
ills .mil 'U7 ppi cent respectively.
Spctiici blnA .it 10 220 tmgetfl. Cios
b) lit 1 J 07il ninl O'llilen nt lu,ri('l).
I M Hawkins of lialtltuuio shot nt
1 I J7r. mul broke 13.4S2, milking tlio
nunc percentage !M" ns Cliiiun-
ie M I'oniTB of Decatur, 111. In u
fni lisi number Mi I'nweis, v.lio In
tin onlv nniiitiMir of those muiilloncil,
Blinl nl I7J0 tmgets nml biolio 4 170.
3 It Tulor of Nevvmk, 0, with
1.1 ISO t.uRctr. shot ut, averaged
"4:1 pi'i pnt , I. It Harclay of Chl-
i ipii, wllli l'l'll'i shot nt, uvcniRcil
'iJ V II Hpit of Concoiill.i, Knn ,
with IIO.'IUO tiirRctfi, nveraReil :!!
pel cent. Ilniolil .Mmie. of Colouulo
SpiliiRs hn the same pciccntiigo ns
llccr. with 10,700 tntRctH shot nt
I.estci (iprinmi of Abeiilcen, Mil,
t-pltihcr fin the New YorK (Hunts,
lo'iinx up wlih ?830 jici cent Ho tihot
ut 12.1S, tniRitH anil liroKofl 1, 1 12
OiorRc Xlnwt'll of HiiHtliiRS, Neb,
l!i" oiip-nimcil uNpcit, m.iilo 1K1J per
tent out of 1" lS.r, shots Mis. Ail.
Toppci welii of Sin Alitoulo, Tex , tbo
'biiiiplon w (ilium tmp should, iniiilo
the fliip mpi.iRP of UIO per tent,
i liootiiiR nt bUhU laigttB mul bitnk-
:j n it
Quaker City To
it l'i now icitulii that l'lill.ulelplil i
Will Fl'llll ,1 tP.llll Of Lilt 1,1'llMH this
p.ir to KiiRlnnil, Hid homo of the
dill R.III1P It llllS llPCIl II M) .M'.IIH
sliiie the fninous (JuaKi'r plajpis h:ic
plnvcil nbioiil ami tlio lslt of nn
pi-eu fiom Hint ill no iliiubl will
be nppieilati'il by the llrltons
U1iiiubIi tin- tpun has not ct
heen iliosi'ii, all llioso whoi-o tulec
t lull Is nysmcil hne been nppioai hc.l
and have hlgnlflcd theli vvllllnRiiPb.il, , , . ... ,,,, ,
IuiirIiir imilcr new conditions mused
0 ,K , , , , , ,, , ,, surpilfco unions thoso j achtsnicn who
A si hid ii of guiles for the 1'hllu- , , , ,, , , ...,,.,.
, , ,, , , ,i , 'heard of tho state nent nttr buted to
(lt'lUIlllim iin ui,iii iiji ,ii hiit turn
incelliig of the count) secret ules,
I1U1II II lHlltl,,ll llll IJLC, it. 11 I'lll-
, i . , . i i i
In in ps fifteen in.itihes, of wlilih
thlrtciu will take pinto in Ihiglaud
mul two In Iieland. Tho opening
match will he plajed on July G and
the concluding contest on Aug "7.
The following Is tho Hhcodule
July fl. South Wnles, nt Cat ill rr;
9th, Wmcestcrshlre, nt Woicebtei,
Mill, Ilmnpshlie, nt Southampton,!,,,, .,,,,. ,
,., ' , ' ,, . . , , Thomas talked ubout now rules to
17th, , ut I olkcston, to be m-i . ,, , , , . , . '
' , , , . ,,., ,,,,,, .govein tho contests and hns keiit t
titttfrnil ( I ,i it ilfiul 11 1 ll llililln.l ' '
be, ut Lord's, London; 21th, Koj.il
Ailllleij, nt Woolwich (two il.is); I
27lh, Northnniptnushlip, nt Noith
iiinpton; llOth, Suiroy, at tho Oval,
London, Aug. :l, Ooiitlemcii of iro
land, nt Dublin; 7th, Northern Conn
ties Union, ut llelfast (two dajs);
lIUli, Mnrj lelione C C , nt Lord's,
London; 17th, DcihVBhlie, nt Doib.i;
JOth, NottB, at Nottlngsliani; J 1th,
Durham County, at Dm ham; 27th,
Kent, nt C.interbuiy. I'nlcss othor
wlso stilted, nil gnmes aie foi tlnco
The cmoii'i's Inn pniiir,itpil tlio
I'lilsburg Coal Cumpuuv lu lis veidlit
ou the leciml lerilblo illsastei In tbo
l)nir mine at Uioeusbiiig, l'.i.
Lipton Will Not Try For
Sli 'I litmus Llpton's i.ible to tlio
New Ymk Win hi that lie tmilil not
ihnllpiiRP nRiiln for tlio Ameilin's
Cup uiiiIpi Hip ohl lonilltlons was a
matter of III Up liniment to many. I tut
II ieall iiipiini that the fninous olil
"iiiiir" Hip Rirntest of nil sportlliR
1 1 oplili h- Is to remain iinroiiteslcil
for. It si ems iloomeil to bccoiuo n
The ctpipsieil liuiblllty of Sir
'llioiniiH lo ibnllciiRe miller the rules
RicrnliiR i ,n ps for the tup wns nn
iiilmlsslim that no m lit iIcsIriipi- of
note In the llrillsh domains will un
ileitaKo to conipplu with dipt. Nut.
Ilerreshnff Anil Sir Thomas cniphn
bl7cil that point by nililliiR that the
size of iniiipetliiR jaihts wns nn oh
Jitt to him lie woulil onler n 90
fnotpi ns ipilil.t) as iui thing clic,
but no one will liiilhl one.
That sniinils IIKo mi ovcrilrnwn
ilatemuit, bin one must tulic Into
coiislilcrntlon the fart that when n
ilcslgnei iliaw'i the lines of mi Amer
ica's Cup buit he puts his all his
foieinost skill mul his reputation
Into the iiioiIpI William I'lfc, It will
bo reincnilipieil, uciteil the first
Shamioik foi Sir Thomas, ami the
Columbia heat her by ten minutes
mul eight hccomls In the llrst race or
luoiu than twenti Kceomls u mile. In
the sctouil rmo tlio Shiimiock lost
her topmast ami wlthilicw. In the
Hi 1 1 (1 race tl0, Columbia won by six
miliums anil tlifrty-four seconds.
The late George L Wntsoii wnB
thm called 'upon to ilcslgn tlio Slinm
ioct''ll7 ninrurilHy'iAnicrlcaii aihts
in'iiii today hell-o slio was n better
boat tlinn the Columbia. On imu oc
(iislon the Lipton limit fliilshcil two
heiomls nlienil, hut lust tlio nice, as
sne hail to allow the Columbia furtj-
Shamrock III. Settled Question
I'lfe then took up the work again,
this time modelling the Sliaiiuoik
HI Her career, which wound up on
Sopt 3, 100.1. with the Reliance d la
tum lug her In n ID-mllo thrash to
windward mul return, settled the
iliiestlon 111 the minds of llrltlsh de-i-igncis
n H to w bethel a jniht bultt
wllh a 90-foot water line mid no oth
ei lestilctlons could be sent over
lieie and win the 't up l'ifo has pn
hli'tpully rcfuspil to ilcslgn unother
hiiih bo.it. Allied M lun, who had
bull BIHCIKSflll lu llittlsh wiilcis
with t-maller bunts, was talked of as
one who might. attempt to tin n out
a victorious ci n ft, but he toon took
Hie (..line view life did. Hot h, how
cier, were and are still willing to ,1c-i-lgii
boils under the present Ameil-
i in in the Kuropeau measurements.
Thero was homo doubt us to wlie-
tlier I'lfe. would accept any kind of
I nn older n gal n fiom Sir Thomas, but
I be now has under toiistrmtloii n
j i in, ill jiielit for him to hup.
I Sli Thomas wns Hist ippoitcd to bo
considering asking tho New Ymk
I Yiicht-Club again If they would
linngo the' Cup nilcs, ami that ho
I 4. It tli III tin en tut 1 it t n 11 t nrr iiliitii t nli ti l
1 lilm It kindled u feeling In certain
qmiiteiH that ho Is tijlng to bcnollt
, , . , . , . t. , t it , ,
In P'icket hy KcepiiiR Ills nniuo linked
...,,,. ., ...... , ,
with the tiophj. Sli Thomas well
knows under what (iinilltlous ho inn
.iiiango a laco, as he forced tho Now
Ymk Yacht Club to m.iko those (on
dltlons and they wcio sent to him.
New Jlules Talk Kept Up
liven long bufoio the Shanuock III.
was beaten by tho Itellanco Sir
up When ho sent a iliiillcngo last
fall for a nico with u OS-footer under
tho imiient nieiisiireniPtit liile. tho
Now Yoik Yacht Club decided to sct-
tlo onio for nil tho question of Condi-
j tlona Tho now mlo had lieen found
I wauling, nnd ns custodian of tho
Igie.itest International cup the club
did not deem It advisable to apply
I the nilc to lines foi that piUe I'm-
Iheriiinie, It was the general opinion
that tho cup was worth building 90
tootors to raco far.
At a meeting of tho club railed for
tlio purpose It was voted that com
peting .MichlH Hliall be PO-footeiH 111
iilhei winds, tho fastest bulls, ulnet)
feet lung on tliu sin late of tho water
that ciii bo built and tint tho ipies
Youngsters Play Good
Game, But Need
Not only me tlio older loolbill
tlueiK getting In their Riol work
iiowadiOB, hut nlsn mo the joiltig-
sters of tho Junior Scholastic Sork-
er LcnRiic. Ycslcrilny tho llrst riiiiip
In tho fcclicilulcd series wns placd
on tho campus of Alltolanl Culle;;o
between the school team and tho l'u-
The two teams were bo evemy
maUbei! that neither was nhlo to
nore. thongh tho l'liiuihous wmi)
.vlthln tn uco of so doing in the
moml ciinlii (lenoves, Knlcl, lloo.i,
H.iHi.vell, Carter and llelllnii iilajcc'
.Ike ilemcns for their lespectlv
ti'iius, thnugh they passed up Bovornl
rhancpJ to Bcore. Ilotli nRgrcgiitloTis
chow neel of teamwork, which they
can pc'ittlro only by loiiscleiitloiu
lineilce The following nro llio
I'iiiiahous tloal, Il.illonly in-; fj',1
backs, 'Pat), Austin; half hacks, Oo
noves, Itoss, llolhwcll; forwards,
Schuinmi, Wilcox, 1 loops, Webster,
Alllolanls Goal, Kiiliin; full hat Its
Woo, Itlckmd, half backs, S. Ilclllna,
Kmienlll, A Carter; forwards, Klola,
Knlcl, Cockelt, W. Carter, l'oster Hob
Itcfcree llobcit l'urvls.i
tt :: n
SPRINTER EN SI IS
Tho lllvcislile Juniors held their
regular meeting last evening In the
ofllco of llernard II Kelcknllo. Judd
building Piesciit at tho meeting
were the following: 11 II Kclpkollo,
prpsldrnt; Tin Choiig, secretary, rcp
lescutlug the Alohas; Clins K. Abe,
Men president, Asahls; Sam Hop mid
Manuel (1. Corrca, Aulas; and Illlcy
Lapann, Sweet Violets. Tho position
of official umpire was taken up and
Ln Suo unmilmousl) upiioliitcd for
The postponed game between the
Orientals nnd Aulas, which should
have been plncd Inst Sunday, Keb
Dth, was left over until the end of
the second series. A request from
the Knlnnlnnanlo League wns verbal
ly nindo to tho president through
l'rcslilont Vlcrrn, and tho request
wns grunted. Tho trcasuicr reported
Mimo thlrtj-flve dollms mid odd
cents on hand.
A lequest was nlso made by tho
Japanese Asahls Hint thev lie allow
ed to fill in their olllclnl list, as bI
of their men went nwny, Itcquest
Rrmitcd. l'incs to tho tune of s:t nil
wcro (ollertcd for violations of tho
constitution of tho league nn account
oi appearing on tho diamond without
At U.-Ti p. m tho meeting adjourn
The fixtures of tho Honolulu (Jolf
Club for tho ensuing bc.ibon mo as
Milrch Ti Medal plaj, 10:30 a.m.
Maj "10 I'uuisome, HI n. in.
MA III Lntrlis cioso for HMti.li
July 12 Medal pl.i, 10. ISO n. m.
August 23 Hogc comiietltlon,
10:30 n. in.
Oi Inlier 11 roursoiiie, 10 n. in.
December (I Championship med
al play, 10.31) a in.
: : :
Hon of time allowance (which would
tako Into consldeintlnn tho nihts'
ovoihiing, or walcr-llno lengtlis suh
'tracted by their deck lengths) should
bo settled by argument These con
ditions wcro mailed to Sir Thomas
along with n Icttci declining his
challenge. Ho had been oHlchilly no
tilled bpfnm that negotiations would
not bo ontcicd Into until n fuimul
challenge had been received.
The feeling Is gi owing In tho club
that ns ho has tried thrco times lo
lift the cup without succor ho
Bhould give way to somebody clso
Hut It can bo stated mithoiltntlroly
that a challenge from him along tho
tinted lines would not bo turned
down, us tho club could not wojl io
fube to accept It aftor naming tho
Dlwnrd D, Morgan, ono of tho
most influential members of tho Now
York Club, and upon whom has fall
en considerable of tho work in con
nection with pnst cup raceB, bald
that ho does not hollovo that Sir
Thomas will challenge again for tha
Sweden's talk of challenging
amounted to nothing nnd novor was
taken bcrlously b tho Now Yoik
Yacht Club. Ccriunn) anil l'ranco
havo no designers of note, bo tho
ihniKPH of thu old silver mug being
moved fiom Its testing place aro now
WHITE ROCK lOURNEV
If W. Simpson Wins,
The Cup Belongs
Tor two cars tho Whlto Hock
tourn ilueiitH have been going on liv
ely month n tourney has been play
ed. Hut up until last month no play
er was nhlc to get more than ono leg
on tho beautiful trophy, nnd, In ton
bpquenie, tho cup is covered with tho
names of those who have ono win to
William Simpson wns the flist man
to ically tighten his hold on tho tio
ph y. It was quite u whlto ago when
ho won the right flist to have his
name Inscribed on tlio cup, but over
fIiico that llrst win, he, llko many
others, has been working hard lo
Improve his Hunt chances. Last
month ho delivered the real goods
Ho was there with tho long svvio
mid tho clean drive, mid all tho oth
er necessaries that comhlno 16 make
u winner. So William's name wni
curved on that cup for tho second
time, mul loiiscqucnlly ho Is In it
class by himself,-for no one elso lias
the s.iino honor.
Hut when Mr. Simpson shows up
next Sunday at llalelvva lie will llnd
that ho has been cut fiom a 12 to u .
handicap. It will take real champion
ship foi m for him it ho wins at tho
piosent handicap, but It is by no
means Impossible for him to do so,
according to local enthusiasts. Hut
he will meet with ail kinds of com
petition, and tho Halclvv.i meet will
siirel piovo uu Interesting one.
Thorp Is n keenei rest added to tho
fighting now that one more leg to
the ciedlt of Simpson would iup.ui
tho end of tho tourney. I
Hvery golfer in this neck of tho
woods Is looking foi ward to next
Siinda) ns tho day when Mime lcil
hard fighting will lie seen. Tho
Whlto Itock tournament will bo held
ut Halciwa, and ever one who has
been following tho game so far knows
what tho competition will he.
-a -a a :: -x -x-
-X- ;Y- i
Tho hand conceit tills evening, at
7:30, will tako place nt Aula Turk,
rollowlng is the piogram.
Muicli "Peter Piper" ITotn
Overture "Light Cavaliy" . .Suppo
liilerme7zo "Lovo In Hlnck mid
"HeiulnlscclicoB of Offenbach" ...
Vocal Hawaiian Songs .nr b Ilergci
Vail itlnus "Old I'ulks nl Homo" ..
Itondo "Lontalno" Gillet
rinnle "All In Mask" Taust
"Star Spangled Haulier "
SEE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
Miv llonlne has had a lequest to
show his gieat liinugmatlon picture
tlext Saturda evening and lias kind
ly consented to do fo. This Is tho
host pliturp ever tnken In Washing
ton showing the Inaugural pa radii
mid I'lesldent Hooicvolt oscoitcd
lioiii the Whlto House to tho Capitol
to take the oath of olllce. In this
same picture Mr. Albeit L.viiian of
llllo, Hawaii, appears with tlio West
Point Cadiis mouutpil on a lino black
Iioibp. Scats nio'-now 'on sale ul
Wall, Nichols Co.
m am m r
Ai thin 11 no, committed foi lii.il nt
Ilrlslol, Ihiglniid, on tho chugu of big
limy. Is believe d to bo (Icorgo Wit
huff, who married many women lu
Aineilcu and illsappcaicd witli their
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