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Rvnm'o nuu.nTiM. honoi.tii.t;. t h . Monday, ran. 17. ioas.
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VERYBODY KNOWS that the finish is largely governed
by. the start., If you start right you stand a good chance
of a right finish.
This applies to buying clothes as well as other things;
if you start your clothes buying by a determination to get
the best possible for your money you'll get it. That means
that you'll start at our store, and you'll finish in one of our
HART SCHcAFFNER & McARX suits.
That will be the right finish for your clothes-buying
because these clothes are right in
to finish; all-wool, tailored rig
n 9 few
j --- Hew spring style
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every way. Prom start
, correct in style, perfect
s just in-
King St.,nr. Rort
made n perfect score in t" E.:.h.rancc Ha:c around the Isl
nd. It only used 4 3-4 gallons of g:solir.e end a half a pint of oil. It
did not have to bother about vntcr a all. as it it an AIH-COOLED CAR.
Being an Air-Cooled car it is a light, oar.
Unnecessary weight means less cf power. Ecaair b.lh. Gasoline
bjlb. Tire enpense. Awkwaidnest. Dlscoai'oit. Danger.
Every pound of superfluous weight means more work for your en
pine to do. Your lone-power doesn't do so much 1cm speed, slower worl:
en the hilh. What's the use of buymg high horse-power and throwing
it away on weight?
A heavy, complicated, water-cooled engine has more to get out of
order than an air-cooled engine That Means More Fcsair-2ills. A heavy
automobile injures itself by jarring. That Means Hore Repair-Bills. A
heavy automobile wears out tireo fat Still More Expense. A heavy au
tomobile is hard to maimge That Iltans Dan&ev.
There is no comfort possible, uner average touring conditions, with
a heavy stiff -frame half -spring readme. y
We have jast received a Model D 180S rrnnklin Touring Car and it
jou are looking for a light, powerful, elegant car, this is the one you'
let us give you a demonstration. Our llodel C ear just at hand has
been sold, but we have more 0 Touring and 0 Runabouts on the way and
can show them to you in a few weeks.
E, O. fell & Sara,
Local and National
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
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Arcla; l.tsllo didn't do any bettor ami
v.i m out ri out short to mat. In tho
in M Inning, the A.ilni mbled flvo runs,
hlli tho AlohtiB ko; f-r.- more In the
Stli Inplng, IosIhk the cauio by tho
G In fsnor of Sam Hop is
Luck Against The Lads
For Sidebone Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons, and old and per
sistent cases of lameness.
SAFE CURE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip,
loin and early tendon lameness.
Obtainable at all druggists and
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,-irvo7Jrfc - ' J fccattei-ed outoldo tho illainoml ttiiteii-, Jlmkliam, Ii.-bb.. .
I ' Vrtis" .Tsrr- 'A illK tho BamcB. I Tom Yen, c 3
' -", i,'WfS3 C Tho Hlvorsldo Jr. I.onsuo lutto luce 1 IIu Lira, lf.-lb. ... I
V JfOTA4 Vi'5Vi)RA-r--! tho Chinese Alohas Jr. nnrt Aala A. C. Alon-i. p 3
. Hr-" . JW-WKaV ,or lll ,lrst "lllu aI"1 u wnB b" wo!l1 '' Ah cll0V' lr 1
' 'vuM'VSvlra-i 1-layeJ that tlioso present had nothinp; I
r, r,,' ' S'J ., Jo?MHfB'fl l to complain uboitt. After n cIobo con- Totals 34
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i Kor tho llrst llmu at Aala I'aik, tho
I bnHoball fans who liavo always backe.l
I tho ChincHo were surpileel to wltniii
throo uf the ChltieBo teams so ilutvn to
defoiit yesterday. Tho day vm ploiu
..lit and cool, both ilmliis tho forenoon
mill nltuiuoou Kanum and at Union iu I Iteulto, b.
inuiiy ua 4U00 apcctutois c;o ticcit nuslltli, hb.-c,
tecond game, the Asahl A. C.
wen their flrat Kami) In this leaRiio liy
defeutlns tho Oriental A. C. In a 13 to
13 i;ane. Kor sonio time tho Cliinaso
kids wero loadlllK, but the "Sons of
Nippon" won out at the tn.l. TetBiisl
pitched ii Rood Kanlo and was able
to puzzlu tho Chinese lialtera for a
Kood wlillti v. ltli hip, beliilei-8.
Tho lino tips and ic ireB of b )t'i
ClUNi:3E ALOHAS. .III.
. ...47 13 IS
ABA HI A. C.
AI) 11 1)11 SI) O
Vastl. B3 3 2 0 2
TBiinlto, If 3 3 1 2
Masa. 31 S 1 ti
Tetsujl, p '.3 3 3 i
iBiunl.'lb 4 1 1 1
Hideo, cf 5 0 0
ToltciEO, c 5 1 1 0
Saglchl, rf 4 2 2 1
Stcere, 2b 1 2 3 1
S . WHITNEY & MARSH fi
Our EMBROIDERY SALE
is still on
Nt: hIiik. rf. .
C fi 2 24 IS
wi i i in
Seautifu! Honolulu ji
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR j j
SS.OO sin Hour vi
Just call 290 on the 'phone nnd ask for QUINN.
tent, Snm lion's cruck team, tho Aulas,
managed to defeat tho Chinese AIoIuik
Jr., the leaderi of tho lirnt BOrlcs, by
a fecoro of G to 5.
Neither urured in thu llr.st few
Huisnih, but In tho third Ii.nliiK. tho
ChlneBo Alohas Jr. Iii'ttaa by toiidLig
four mon over tho homo pbito. l.Im
was the flist man up and ho Hew the
ball Iu tho stream for a start. Alona
hit safe Over Feeond, advancing l.Im
to third. McShiino iitruck out. Nk
SIiik got to the initial baK on a nice
Idnitlo to eiinter, scorlui; l.Im nnd
Alona. Koaloha mid liuiilto wero oaeli
vivon a piiHs by Pitcher Arum. Knxlish
loachod llrst on a lioor tlnow of Cle
ment ut shoil to that Imso, and Nk
t'lim scored. Miirkham went out fior.i
Asum to Coiroa and Koaloha bcoiciI
on this play. Tom Yun dleti at llrst
anil ended thin Initios, with four nma
to I he. Mohan' ciodlt.
'Hie Aalas did not ocoio until the
fouith Inning. Aicln lilt a "beaut" to
loft Held and Rot to third on a bad
tlnow of Mm who ntleinpti'il to put
IU in out at Borond. Akiiii out at 11 ;
Irlto out third to first, but scored
AA1.A A. C.
ah ami Hit o
Ham Hop, if 4 1 1 0 0 0 1
Clement, S3 4 1 1 1 0 4 2
Arcla, of 4 2 2 0 4 0 0
Asam, p 4 0 0 0 0 i 0
Ililtto, o 3 0 0 0 S 3 0
l.oslle, 21 4 0 II 1 r, 3 0
Hiiop.il. If I 0 0 1 1 0 0
Conoi. lb 3 I 1 0 U 0 0
Kla, 3b 3 1.1-2 1 0 0
Totals 3.1 U 5 27 14 3
Hai-o nnmlls Off Alona 2, Asum I.
Stiuek out Hy Alniiu G, Asum I.
Two-baso HUB Koaloha, l.Im, Cor
leu. Suninco Hits Alona.
I'nssod Dulls initio 1.
' Wild Throws Xlarltliam, Clement
OUIKNTAI, A. C.
All mill SB O
Ahoy, p.-3b. . . .
(J. Y. Mark, if.
SIlIB Till, Cf.-p.
I -no Hun, c. . ..
AUouK, 21). ...
Chant; Yau, eb.
Totals 26 IB 11 12 27 14 I
Haso on Hulls OS Ahoy S, Sins Tat
1, Tetsujl 0. '
Struck Out Hy Ahoy 1, Sine Tal 1,
Two-niun Hlta Stcero 2.
Sacrifice Hits Isuml 1.
Hit by Pitched Hall Koon Chow,
WIM Pilch Ahoy 2. Tetsujl 1.
Double Plays Ah Nnp to Ah Kons,
Umpire Hn Rue.
Scorer W. Tin ChoiiB.
AUSTIN WHITE M4KES
Huh for Austin While! He Is mak
Iiir n lot of these fellows who play
at tho Biimo of golf Bit up and tako
notice, and esteiday, Just to show
that thoro was nothing ically Blow
about his Btle of swinging on tho
llttlo ball, ho not only won hla sec
ond leg on tho Whlto Hock Cup, but
ulho In to doing bioke tho junior am
ateur record by his Bcoro. Ho
whooped around the pretty courso at
llalolwa and ended up with a net
kioro of 77, which Is homo going. He
wus a scratch entry, at that.
It wiiB ont"of tho most successful
meets ever held In competition for
the White Hock trophy, for, although
there was not a superfluity of on
trles In tho toutney, there was nu ex
ceedingly largo crowd out from Ho
nolulu nnd vicinity, and tho meet
tool; on nlmost as much tho appear
unco of a social gatheilng as of a golf
tournament. Many motor onthual
uhts drove out Saturday ovenliig nnd
put up at that beautiful resort, llalo
lwa. for the night, remaining over
during tho next day.
Austin White, who won the tro
phy for tho second time yestciday,
una who hioko the lccord, Ib but IS
Kins old. Ho won the soiond Whlto
Itock piUe In Juuuary of last year;
was second In tho match play of the
Honolulu Golf Club ut tho Moaualua
links In March; was second In the
Kqurth of July tournament hold nt
tho Country Club; and also pel form
ed ua stated iibovo. Ho anil W. Simp
Mm, who won the cup last month, aio
Wn.QTTT.PV SPTCflTAT. S
1 Plain White Silk Hose, with Lisle
2 Feet, Special at m
! $1.25 a pair, all sizes j
in white and fancy for the Floral
the only two players who havo won
tho trpphy twlco.
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Angus, Geo. ...42' 42 84 si:. Si":
Itldgood, St. C..rl 50 101 12 8!)
Cheatham, C. M.CO HI 111 18 !)3
Cox, Oscar 17 45 92 12 80
Copolnml, 'A. K.t. 18
Edmunds. C. H... 4 C 51 97 10 ST
Utllnos, J. U. ... 18 44 92 11 El
Halstead, V 50 I J 94 2 92
Hitchcock. D. 11.53 CO 103 18 85
Johnson, II 51 53 104 15 89
Llttlo, J. H. ... 18
Mahaulii, A. S. ,.43 44 67 3 8!
Mclnerny. J. I). .55 IS 103 15 ss
Orino, J.t 15
Phillips, M G3 5G 119 18 101
Schuman Carriage Co.,
HohlnBon, M. A. 54 52 100 18
Smith. P C. ...61 4C 97 15
Wilder, II. A. ,
Wilder, S. 0.'
Wilder, J. A.'
Wood, Dr. .,
..49 48 97 15 82
. .37 40 77 be 77
J. 65 51 100 18 88
..40 48 94 9 85
Alexander MacLaron, the oxport
professional golllst, demonstrated his
ability nt tho Scottish gamo the oth
er day out at tho llaletwn links when
ho trotted around the courso In 35,
which is tho professional record,
MucLarcn la now staying at tho Ha
Iclwa Hotol, and will for a week or
.o, whoro he will lest and, Incident
ally, Improve, If posslhlo, his skill
with tho eluha. Manager Dldgood Is
ilso pi online by tho visit of tho ox
pert, and at tho next Whlto Itock
tournoy ho will havo to bo reckoned
with when tho winner is decided.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185,
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