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EVENING nUIXETJN, HONOUIUT, T II., TUESDAY, FEU. 18, 1908.
wade ft perfect score in the Endurance Race around the Isl
and. It only used 4 3-4 gallons of g sdino and a half a pint of oil. It
did not have to bother about water a! oil. as it in an AIR-COOLED GAU.
Being an Air-Ccolcd car :t is a light ctr.
Unnecessary weight means loss of power Repair bills. Gasoline
bills. Tire expense. Awkwardness. Discomfort. Banger.
Every pound of superfluous weight means more work for your en
gine to do. Your liDrso-power doesn't do so much less speed, slower work
en the hills. What's the use of buying high horcc-power and throwing
it away on weight? '
A heavy, complicated, water-cooled engine has more to get out of
order than an air-ccoka engine That Means More Hcuair-3ills. A heavy
automobile injures itself by jarring. That Mcins More Repair-Bills. A
heavy automobile wears out tirea fat Still More Expense. A heavy au
tomobile is hard to manage That Hians Danger.
There is no comfort possible, unicr average touring conditions, with
a heavy stiff-frame half-spring mach'ne.
We have just received a Model D 1008 Franklin 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 Model Q car ju3t at hand has
been sold, but we have more G Tonr.'ng and G Runabouts on the way and
can show them to you in a few wee''
E. O. Hail S& Bon,
SEEK IN AN AUTO RIDE xOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 230 on the 'phone and ask for QUI1JN.
I DO SOMETHING
THAT NEVER WAS DONE BEFORE
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H. HACKFELP & CO., LIMITED. Agents
Just dsrivcJ ex Alameda. T . lut quality anu '.atcst patterns in
SILK TAFFETA P?LLft
In fancy plaids, stiiped n id flower designs.
LOWEST FRiCS IK THE CITY.
KEE CHAN & CO., cor. Bethel k King
For Gidebonc Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons, end old and per
sistent cqsc3 of lameness.
SATE CURE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip.
loin and early tendon hmencss.
We are referring to your house -.t needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. let us fit it with a new oat of paint Real Paint put n by
THE P .A I H T E RPIIONE .420. ,
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all druggists and
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
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Local and National
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
ICountry Club Golfists
Want Female Interest
In onlcr that tliu Indies will Im
KlWn u iikiikt Inicntlvu tnwnriN
lilajlnc tho Ksunr, the duel. Rolf
tourso nt tho Country Chili Is helm;
llul In Booil condition and will bo lint n new Inventory will uo tahen
ready for use li next Sunday, wlicn In n ln' or to and imotlier valuation
there will lie n special mectliiR iiml placed on the iilui llttlo vessel. WorU
medal pl.iy. Tho course Is In tho! on her Is piobicbsIiib ns rapidly ns Is
fm in of n clock dial, with the icb- wished. All of tho'ioiiBher work Is
illation tw eh o' figures around tho , completed. Now only tho liner dull
outer edBO. Inside, though not lnjcate touches .no needed and all of
the center, Is the liolo Into which tho tlio time ol the expert hoat-lmlldcw
liutliiK l done. The Kiiine. while Is holms devoted toward liiaMns the
iiiiirh less vlBorous and requiring
less knowledge of Bolf than the legu
lar courto, takes consldernhto skill
to play well, n nil Is an Ideal ladle'
It Is tho Idea of the lenders In nf
fnlra nt tho Country Club to hold rcB
ulnr competitive tuurnnnients dur
ing tho suinnier foi the ladles exclu
klely, nnd If more of the sweet sex
take an Intercut In the game, tho con
test! will prove exceedingly Interest
ing, nb there would undoubtedly be a
groat deal of rivalry exhibited. It
has bean for sump t(nii! a wall unions
tho nUle golfers thnt the ladles woiiiil
not show themselves wrapped up own hands
be.ut and soul In the Scottish game. I It Is u Limentablo fact that thcro
They have appeared ludiffeieiit, nnd'ls not one in. lit club In the North
tho men In tweed nnd plaids huvo I west rountiv worthy of particular
felt hint. Special Inducements have mention save the Oregon Yacht Club
been offered, such us pink tea served ! at I'oitland. Oregon, nnd this Is so
In blue eggshells, but, alas nnd alack, t far from the "tang of tho salty sea'
I the ladles would como out, to bo sure, that tho majority of tho big races are
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mil mcy wouiunt piny goii. ruey ' nem in .hmuiiii hi me uiium reH"i--would
drink the mild beverages, nnd . tit. Seattle nnd Tntoma, with ns lino
l,oi,slp ci-y enthuLlastlcally about j n sailing spaco as could oo desired,
how perfectly manly (ieorge looks hne never taken up the sport with
In tli.it i uniting costume," but sh-it- any gicnt zest. There are Individual
teied liopcj they would quickly enthusiasts, but tlioy have no unllle'i
lade .tway when the suggestion came hod.
that they should tiy their dainty
ham' at swInnliiB u club.
Nov. theso real old enthusiasts
the genuine kind who hnvu the In
tercut of the sport at heart all the
i line, vbo wan t the ladles to pin,
.ml all that sou or thing, dunehcr
I mow. aie wlte ones. They line fac
ed the cilsls without a tremor. They
have icnlltcd that the pluk-tca en
thusiasm Is not that of a keen o'f
ltt So they have metamorphosed
lluinselvo3 into icforniers.
The ladles must play, they said.
(Wilf Is a wonderfully fiisclnatltis
Bailie, and. when it once has fiutcnt-il
its unjIeldliiB Bi'ip upon them, they
will not be able, nor will they want,
to break nwny.
Theiefoio the clock golf com bo. U
will appeal to them. They will 1)3
lblo to play tho gmiio without undue i
exertion. Hut later on thoy will
shoot for higher Bnme. And thnt Is
whcie the wise cimis liuvo tlicle little
i hunch. Tho ladles will nsk them
(the wise ones) to do the "l-et-me-
! show -jou" htunt. It will bo pic. No
' more lonely walks and weary tramps.
The wise ones have a liunrli. Now It
Is up to tho Indies. Will they re
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' When 'Tacky v McFlulnnil was
about IB years old ho was ai tcrrlllc
light bug. Ho- had r. scrap ulbiiui
thnt looked llko u hale of hay, full of
dippings and flght pictures, nnd nt
night sat befoio the hook adoring the
pictures of scrappers. Ilonny YnnRer
I was his fnvorllo. Ho says ho used to
wonder If ho would ever become that
coat. Ilenny, In his eyes, was great
er thnn Julius Cncsar.
He started to fight himself boon
after and made Quito a iiiimo mound
Chicago in tho amateur bouts. Ho
was bo good that It was hard to Bet
a light, and he beat It up to Mil
waukee, changing his name to Carl
lCminlck. Up there ho beat two fel
low i In ono night, "copped" two gold
watches and thou went homo ngnln.
Ho was, in his own words, "loo
light" to have a manager, ns he
wanted nil the gilt himself.
Now ho hns Harry Gllmoro, Ji.,
and Is "copping" inoro thnn ho over
ill earned of. "I'ncky" Is a terrible
bacsball bug now. Ho Is for tho Chi
cago Cubs sti night, place and show
nnd will bet his shoes on them any
time they Btart.
Special medal play Hng-rnlsliiB
coreiuony for tho new Hag slnff, and
tea served by tho ladles; this is tho
order of ovonts nt tlio Country Club
next Sunday, Washington's lllithday.
$10 IS V if:
Yacht Gossip Of Inter
est To Local
Tlio jnrht llawnll Is now, accord
ing to tlio liimirnnco men, worth
foiuctliliiK ciin S7O0U. Tills Is tliu
umuuiil slie Ik at present Insured fur.
Hawaii as line ii IooMiib craft In her
tilmmlngs ns she Is In contour.
Mr. Milneiiiy has iccelvcd word
Unit C. I) Stlmson, the lumber king
of Scuttle, who owns what Is un
doubtedly the finest yacht In the
Northwest. Is (onslderlnsr entering
llin Triin.ln l(li 1f;w finil lin linn '
written to Hie Northern innRnali
with u view towards lciirnliiB his In
tentions. Ii Is not probable that the
South Coast Yiicht Club of Califor
nia, which 1-, cunductliiB the race. Is
n ware that Stlinson wishes to enter
the race, nml It Is for this reason that
JI.ic Is taMng tho matter Into his
bo good for Seattlo ns
well as for .the Trans-Paclllc Itace If
Mrs Stlmson or bumc other man who
haa ,i fast yacht would enter and par
ticipate In the cruise from Sun Pe
dro to Honolulu.
Negotiations are still pending for
un Inter Island baseball le.iKiio fur tliu
coming benson. There are sumo Bood
plMcrn on tho other Islands, and It is
hoped to combluo thebo and bilng
them over hero for a series of gnuics
ufter the season. Hawaii, Kauai,
Maul and O.'.liu wcmhl piobably be rep-
! i Cheated.
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It Is a safe hot that ICn Quo receives
"piorpi-cuiECB" f i om some of tho col
leges In tho Hast. Good athletes al
ways liino a chuiico for u better edu
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Onilfujll, of thu piuty of .lap
wroitleiB that has been touring tlio
Eastern States, passed through hero
en the Maru yesterday.
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Tho Salvation hasblo Iuib "wont
nwaye." Her owneis wero undoubt
edly neglecting hor, and bho felt It
:s tt u
i: It. Hath hns a plcturto of what
he calls tho largest "apu.l In ci cation.'
It covers a wholo railway flat car. It
Is u freak photo.
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Tho High School and the Alllo
lanls will fight It out with the plg
bkiu this afternoon nt MaKlkl field.
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A wealthy gentleman wlfo had
leased a Scottish mansion for n few
months, was visited by n Bhoemukcr
In connection with a business trans
action. Tho latter, observing a set
of golf sticks reposing In a brand
now bag, remarked:
"I seo yo gowf, sir."
"Oh, riiavo played the g.iiuo for
ye.us. Do jou pluy?"
"No, sir; I novcr oven saw a gamo
"Well, I'm Just going down to tho
links; if yon care, you can wnlki
lounil tho course with me."
Tho shoemaker readily agreed, nnd
when tlTby reached tho links tho
Yankee ninile n nlco teo upon which
ho set his ball. Thon taking u
mighty swing, ho missed.
"(Jinuud 'game govf, sir," com
mented (he shocmurker.
Another swing and miss!
' Capital! Splendid!" fioin tho cob
ble! . -
Yet another swing and another
"Man, it's simply iniigiieeflcont1"
exclaimed tho man of leather, "Hut
what's tho woo ha' for?"
For the Bulletin's
The BULLETIN is
Always Willing to Help the
Boys Who Help the Bulle
tin. Beginning tomorrow, Wed
nesday, Feb. 19, and continu
ing for ten weeks, the Bul
letin will give every news
boy who sells its papers an op
portunity to win a handsome
Office sellers will be given
five prizes, as follows: First
prize, One Tropic Bicycle,
made by the Pope Mfg. Co.,
bought horn E. 0. Hall & Son,
Ltd.; second prize, A Suit of
Clothes from The Kash Com
pany; third, fourth, and fifth
prizes, Three I ngersoll
Outside Sellers will be giv
en five prizes as follows : First
prize, A Tropic Bicycle, same
as for the office sellers ; second
Drize. A Suit of Clothes from
Silva's Toggery; third prize,
A Suit of Clothes from The
Globe Clothing Company ;
fourth and fifth prizes, Two
Here is a list of prizes that
ought to put ginger into the
mind of any real live boy.
BULLETINS are easy .to
sell and the prizes are worth
hustling for, and the Five
Office Sellers and the Five
Oatside Selleis who sell the
ereatest number of BUL
LETINS in ten weeks will
win the prizes.
, LIFE THREATENED
(Continued from Paze 1)
shot, prohnhly tho best In Hawaii,
nnd Is well lllicd hy nil who know
him on account of his upright and
miinly rhainctor. The police nay that
ho ha hcen drinking rather heavily
of late, mid that this Is the cause ol
tho entile tiuuhle.
I o I
NO MORE CONVENTIONS.
Siirlngflold, III., Jan. 29. Tho Jones
Oslcsby direct primary bill, as It canio v
Irom tho Benito, was pasfod hy tho
House today hy n voto of S8 to 32. Tho
signature of (loernor Deueen Is all
thnt Is necessary to give tho people
of Illinois a chance lo nominate the
candidates of all parties under thu
dlifcct "plurality system next August
This marks tho end of a campaign for
direct primal les which has lusted,
about iHo years.
Tho bill does not apply to tho nnnv
Inntlon for elector? for President nnd
Vice-President of the United States,
nor for unlerslty trustees.
Fine Job Prlntlna l the Etulletln
BETWEEN THE ACTS
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler woik
inu nmuicu nr.es lor irnguuou
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to J0R WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
C03 S. BERETANIA ST
HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., 98
King St. and Hotel and Smith Sts
Tel. VHtite 1090.
Our EMBROIDERY SALE
is still on
Plain White Silk Hose, with Lisle
Feet, Special at
$1.25 a pair, all sizes
in white and fancy for the Floral
Island and Imported
Morses, broken to
saddle and harness.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
Ihe Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
-nt the automobiles, buggies nnd car
nages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wrisht Co,.
King Street near South
' and CARRIAGES
Schuman Carriage Co.,
P . fiunnetf.
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Omce 70 Merchant St. Phope 310.
" EL PALEN.CIA
The Smokers' Favorite
MILD HAVANA CIC.AU.
o HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO.,
NOW GOING ON
Jl IN LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
ALAKEA STREET NEAR HOTEL.
jA.-j,.' jitiijLil.h-i):. -.vj..
Gas Co., Ltd.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. '
The Best Cigars ant1 Tobacco.
FITZPATRICK BROS. ,'
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The easiest riding auto, in town for
public service and the one to be hired
at the lowest rate, I have.
Ring up at any time
J. A. McLEOD. . . .TELEPHONE 244.
Blanlt books of all sorts, ledRorB,
etc. manufactured hy the Bulhlln Puu
1 , Jill, jsva'anfinra m
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