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KVEN1N0 nULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T II., WHl)NK9r)AY FK1I. 20, 11)0?.
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RIGHT or- W&ONG
Franklins are either desperately
wrong oi' everlastingly right
And you ought t know which.
An air-cooled mot)r that cools better than water, and
yet produces n more efficient cylinder-Vail tempcrahue is
cither a big mistake o" a big advantage.
Light-weight construction that is stronger ami safer
than heavy construction is either'u fcclith fad or advanced
common sense. ' i
Complete comfort built into the very frame of the car
and net ability, rather than ovcr-v.eightcd power-rating,
arc cither a passing noUon or the longest step forwaid yet
taken in automobiling.
You owe It to you:self, to investigate these quMtiom
bcfoie you buy a motor-car.
Come in here and see the Franklin before you decide.
E. O. Mall c Son, 3Ltd.
I Beautiful Honolulu
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
I $5.00 an Hour
3 Just call 200 on the hone and ask fcr QUINN.
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have a big assortment of these beauti
ful SILK EMBROIDERED COLLARS,
, Latest Style. 50c cut
: YEE CIIAN 4 CO.,
ice most durable and cm-
cicnt engines made. Ask the
We have several in stook and a large shipment of all sizes
on the way.
For Sidebone Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons, and old and per
sistent cases of lameness.
SAFE CURE ind EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip,
loin and early tendon lameness.
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We are referring to your house it needs a coat of paint and needs
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. THE PAINTER PHONE 42C.
to 25c; 25c cut to !5c
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you have lost, a coat. Let us
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This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
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Local amd National
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIOHT
Autos In Run
CIIICA(K), III., l-'cli. 25. Tlio American mitomobllo wnH the first of
(lie number entered for Hie New Vork-I'arla nice, vln Alaska, to arrive
Tlio automobile race from New York lo Paris ptnrtod Kcb. 12. There
are three French i-iirB, one Italian, one (termini, nnd one American ar
entered. The route lead ncrowi Ihu continent to Seattle, where lioats
will he taken to AlanKa. The run will tlicji he made through Siberia oh
to Franco nnd 1'nrln.
Lihue .Wins, Making
Even Break At
The baseball name which took
place at I.lliuo court house on Sat
urday, Kcli. 23, between the I.lhuo
Athletic Club nnd the Koloa team
w;m won by the former by the score
of ! tn 3. The seoro by innings was
1 2 .1 4 r. C 7 3 D
Knloa 01020101 0 5
I.. A. C 3 0 0 15 0 0 0 9
The lineups of. both teams follow:
I.. A. C. Sam Ahlii, 2b; William'
Maknnanl, 3lf; JlcCoriiston, c; John I
Mallna. lb; J. Uhuhu, If; lien l,a - i
wain, rf; 12. Desha, p; F. 1C. Hogan,
rs; John Hull, cf.
Kolo.i Joo Alameda, lb; C. Jnr
dtn, It; I'aul Knulbaum, p; Ineneo,
sa; Antono I'crry, 2b; llobt. Ilobron,
rf; Jnhnron, 3I; Knplko, cf; Chtis.
This wag tho second gamo of the
three-game series to decldo the cham
pionship. The first game was won
by Kolua, nnd with one win to each
team's credit another nnd deciding
contest will bo plnyed In tho near fu
ture, Tho winner of the dual gamo
will carry off tho pennant. "
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Tennis Clubs In
The Hawaiian Tennis Association
at Its meeting yesterday afternoon
decided to allow clubs out of town
nnd on the other Islands to become
members of tlio main organization.
This will he done not only to stimu
late the sport, hut alto to regulate it
by having all of jtho clubs In tho
Territory under tho control of one
central body, betters-woro read by
President lloekus nl. tho meeting
from tho Illln Tennis Club, Kwu
Tennis Club, and tho Puunene Ath
letic Club, nskli!g to le admitted as
members, nnd tho Association unani
mously wited lo grant the request, V.
B. Steele nnd It. A. Cooko represent
ed Pacific Tennis Club; D. W. Au
dcrion nnd C. G, lloekus, Ucretanla
Tennis Club. '
A tournament Is being arranged
between tho P.uuncno Athletic Club
nnd a team of players from this city,
which will take place on tho Puunene
courts In tho near future. The Pa
cific nnd Ilerctnnla clubs will meet
in n return match on March 7.
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Punahou Juniors won tho sockcr
football contest from the High School
veslcniny by n scoro'of three to noth
ing, Tho game was slow and tamo
on account of tho fact that no team
work was used, though at times In
dividual players shono brilliantly.
Lack of consistent team practice
teems to bo the main fault with the
'majority of tho school teams hero,
Every school team should he able lo
play together above all other things.
The line-up was as follows:
Punahou Ahrcns, Gennvcs,
Schumann, Webster, Pnty, llalleu
tyne, Hams, Wilcox, Austin, Ifolh
High School White, (Jlrdler, Ai
nu Davis, King, Marks, Tatsu, Par
ker, N. Oss, Nat Illart, Monsarrat,
A meeting of the Kalllil Athletic
Club Is hilled fpr this evening.
All-Hilo Team Eager
To Meet Champs
1'rospcclH for an Inter-Island base
ball tournament are becoming
brighter every day. An attempt was
tuado last year to hold n scries of
games between tho teams from the
various Islands, but the matter fell
through. This year, however, KU.
Fernandez, baseball manager of tho
Diamond Head Athletic Club nnd
prominent In other branches of snort,
litis been quietly working the ptopo-
sltlon up by writing to tho'teams on
the other Islands to. find out whit
- thcy had to say nbout a champion-
The other day ho received a letter
fiom George,, Desha, malinger of tho
All-IIIIo baseball team, nnd It wan
ory oncouagng Indeed. Desha
states, that no far ns his team, the
cno which would represent Hawaii,
was concerned, tho thing was settled
for his men are willing nnd eager to
clash with tho pick of the other Isl
ands. Tho mero fact alone of tho
enthusiasm evinced by the Hawaii
contingent la a guarantee that thcro
will bo an tutor-Inland ferlcs, for tho
thnmps of Oaliu are anxious to get u
whnck nt their brother ball-tossers
on tho lllg Island.
t The present plan evolved by Kd.
Fernandez is to bold tho Territorial
meet Immediately after the regular
season Is pan here. This meaTls that
the usual schedule of games will bo
given to the. fans with tin additional
kcilcs between tho cream of all tho
Hands, O.ihu, Hawaii, Maul, mid
Kauai will be represented If the
plans of Fernandez and'other local
batcball fans go through.
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A letter inn, been received from
Manager McKcuzIo of tho Hawaii
wicker football team by IM. Fernan
dez, who managed tho sockor team
that visited Hawaii last year, asking
him to pick n team to play In llllo
on tho Fourth of July. It will he tho
fcoconrt match for tho C. C. Kennedy"
Cup. Oahu won tho first leg nnd
chould they conio out to tho good this
year tho cup will remain here. It
Is now In tlto possession of K. Fer
nandez'. McKonzle states that the Volcano
Stables, which Is handling the cele
bration sports, will pay nil expenses
ol tho team's trip. Tho llllo Jockey
Club was In charge last year, and
they nnly paid one-half the expouscs
of tho Oahu club. There will un-
i doubtedly bo somo hard fighting this
year ns the huskies on the lllg Isl
and nro determined not to Iny all
chances for tho Kennedy Cup. TbU
they would, do If they lost tho second
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The following schetlulo hns been
decided upon In the High-Normal
basketball scries: March 7, High
School ground; Mnrch, 11, Normal
Sphool ground; .March 11, High
School round; March IS, Normal
School ground; March 21, undecided.
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Kalinukl will see a gumo of foot
hall tomorrow, between tho High
School and Alllolanl College.
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The now courts of the Mnnna Val
loy Tonnls Club will he formally op
ened next Saturday.
Who Arranged Island Games
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IBIH JjB MEETS
The Henrh Show, which will bo
held sometime during tho stay of tho
Ilcw-at this port, was tho chief topic
of dlscuslon nt the meeting of tho
Hawaiian Kennel 'Club at the Young
Hotel Inst night. It was decided lo
tend circular letters ty dog-fnnclers
en the vnrlous Islands, requesting
tiicm to support tho show by enter
ing their dogs. V. Chong lloon, Jr.,
and Joseph Finncls wcro elected lo
membership In the club.
The next meeting of tho vub will
bo herd on March 2C.
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Tin' Piiiiuhou ehamploushlptcnnls
match In men's doubles was played
on tho College courts yesterday aft
ernoon. The champions of Inst year,
A. J. Iiwrey anil W, Knglc, success
fully retained the title against S.
Kennedy and V. hldgatc. Score:
4-C, -0, G-S, 0-2, C-3.
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Mr. Sihumaii of tlio Hi-human Car
riage Company. Is cxpeitlng a laro 10
horsepower, i-evcn-seatrd Oiiiiletiaker
automobile down on tho Texan from
tho Coast Friday.
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Thcro will be no bpei-lnl mnli-he nt
the golf dub Sunday. Tho next While
Hock tourney will be held at the Oahu
Country Club Mimitlmu durlni; the
a a a
Tho Knala Athletic Club will meet
the Chinese A. C. In tho championship
deciding ;:ame of ha cball nt Aal.i park
a t: a
Tin io villi Im) a inciting (ninoriow
night or the Kulnulnpnnlc HaHchal!
League at President Vlcrra's home.
ffl YOUR iHS
1 1 Bill
The Costal Palaco will tnko on a
now shape Tuesday night when King
Carnival and his Queen mako their
appearance at the gland hall to be
given thero under the auspices of tho
Kllohana Art League. The decora
tions and electric lighting tiro to sur
pass anything ever been hero, nnd tho
lloor Is In perfect condition for danc
ing. It Is doubtful If Honolulu hns
ever had tin opportunity to attend
tuch a Hicctnctilar itffnlr-as this
promises to be, for tho management
hns outdone Iteclf in the dyorutlnns
and every other feature Jhe tick
ets provide for entrance, lo tho Pal
ace, supper and ride homo In it trol
ley car, and thoy irre Tor snip nt Wall,
Nichols Co., Ltd., for S2,r.O,
EARLY VIEW OF A' GENIUS
Little Willie "Say, pa, what Is a
Pn "A genius, my boh, Is a man
who, as n hoy, the neighbors bald
would never amount to anything."
After rc.iillng sovernl chapters In
the Illblo nnd kneeling with members
of his family In prayer, Dm Id Potts
of Knsthikc, Ala., retired to a room
and blew tho top of his bead off with
n shotgun. lie hud been despondent
iimii- the hard times.
03J BUl-LGTIN ADS, PAY
will begin SATURDAY, the 29tli
,and will continue during .
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
Remnants of all descriptions
WASH, WOOLENS, RIBBONS,
EMBROIDERIES, CRETONNES, MULLS, etc.
See Window Display
You can '
Gas Co., Ltd.
SUPPLIES OF AIL KINDS.
The Best 01-ars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The easiest riding auto, in town for
nublie service and the one to be hired
nt the lowest rate, I have.
Ring up at any time
J. A. McLBOD. . . .TELEPHONE 244.
Hank books of all sorts, ladgers,
etc, manufactured by the nullttln Pub-'-dilng
From $1.25 to $3,00 for the best on earth.
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN. SHORT DRAWERS WITH
.SHIRTS TO MATCH, $t.00 the Suit.
SCRIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS, full length.
. STRAW HATS from $2 to $3. LATEST BLOCK DER
NECKWEAR, beautiful patterns and latest shapes,
DRESSY TIES from Twenty-fiva to Seventy-five Cents.
BEAUTIFUL HALF HOSE, nobby patterns and fashion
able shades, TWENTY-JIVE TO SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
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