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EVENING BTJI.TXTIN. NONOUJMJ. T H . SATUnDAY. MAnCH 7. 1908.
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IMP . I Men's heels
Team Play For
Next Sundny will mark nn epoch
lu the hlAtniy of bnhcliall liero by
the gume to bo played lit A:il;i P.uk
Uatwccn the Chinese A. C. mid Kn
ulus. This game wilt decide the
championship In the Knlnnlanaole
League for the season of 1007.
The gamo promises to ho fast nnd,
ii largo crowil will no ilnubt be
present to sco It, nmong whom will
be some distinguished tourists who
neslro to sen a full-blooded I'lillUMO
tram In action.
, Kd. Tufts, who once managed the
lca Angeles chainiilonshli) Junior
nine which competed for the Cali
fornia State championship honors
about ten j ears ago, will be. one of
the Interested spectator). Borne of
the' prominent men of tho Terrltoiy
will be there to witness tho game
nnd the Interest taken In baseball.
Arrangements will probahl)' be
inude for bleachers, so that Anla
l'ark will eventually be placed de
cidedly on the sporting map.
Tho band, through the courtesy of
Hon dins Ilustace, Jr., will give n
concert at the paik, and, with the
llvob pieces kdIcc ted b I'rof. Ileiger
for the occasion, nothing will bo
Air Cooled Facts
If a furnace required a high degree of heat to accomplish a given
lesult, would you put a water-jacket around the furnace to cool it?
Then why do it in an automobile?
A gasoline engine makes power by turning gQGolinc into heat. The
hotter you can run it without ignit'.ng your lubricant, the greater effi
ciency you get out of your fuel.
The franklin air-cooled motor normally runs at about 350 degrees,
hot enough to get high efficiency out of the gasoline but cool enough to
be well below the burning point of oil.
A water-cooled motor does not normally get hotter than 212 degrees;
nt that temperature the water boil J away and there is trouble. Hence
all water-cooled motor arc under a heavy handicap, because they work
at about 138 degrees below the point of maximum efficiency,
The Franklin motor car gets more actual going-power out of a gal
lon of gasoline than any other automobile. That means low running ex
pense. Franklin light-weight means tiie-economy. Franklin construction
laminated wood frame and nickel steel parts means repair-economy.
Combine all these advantages and you have the motor car that you can
afford to own,
Franklin Air-Cooled cars are run with the greatest of success for
months in Summei in New York, Ch'cago and other niar.es where the
thermometer goes higher than it ever does in these hlands, and they
have proved the right car for the hottest as well as the coldest localities.
Ask the Honolulu users of Air-Cooled Franklins whether they keep
cool on the hottest days or not. They will tell you.
E. O. HALL fc SON," Ltd.,
means service and Wearing a jility. A cheap paint that peels and
wrinkles and fades within a year or two is extravf tjant in price,
however low that price may bi.
is not cheap paint. There is
looks, service, or wear.
171 SOUTH KING ST.
Up-To-Date Boot and Shoe Manufacturers
NEW SHOES TO ORDER from $1.25 to $2.75 and up. By
the latest improved machinery and expert operators. The only
Chinese shoe manufacturers oa the Islands.
Repairing Neatly Bone
Men's 1-2 sole sewed.... 75o I Ladies' 1-2 sole sewed... 00c
Open Every Night
larking to make this n Jo fill after
The first game as n preliminary,
between llivcislde Junior teams, be
gins at 1 o'clock. The big game. Is
scheduled for 1!:30, nnd the team
n Inning shall be the outright owner
of the Chlllliiguorth cup, which I
now on exhibition In one of Will I,
Nichols' windows, and. nslde from
this cup, the winners have n Hen on
the Knlanlannole cup, which shall
become the property of any tcim
winning It twice This will close
the schedule of the League, which
will teorgaiilzc some time In Jul),
IS imttlBBE OS
New York, N Y . Feb. 25. For
mer Champion W C Grant defeated
1 It IV1I. holder of the national In-
tioor lawn tennis ihumplonshlp, yes
terday in the third louml of tho sin
gles on the tourts of tho Seventh
Tho Callfornlnn. C. F. Touchard,
rhowed the strength of his gamo in
tho lower section today, llo won his
next brncket by defeating Dean Mn-
the. S-fi and f.-ll.
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mm oust ieih
Honolulu. Feb 2S -The Honolulu
Cricket Club bus Issued an Invltntlou
to the I'aclfk Coast cricket clubs to
rend n team to tho Islands S F
nothing cheap about it, in quality,
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
I ladies' heels 25c
King and River
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Three Cracking Good
At Aaia Park
The baseball gnmes nt Aala Paik
tomorrow promise to be for blood
llom btnit to end. There will bo one
hiime In the morning, conimenclng ut
11 n. in., mid two games In the after
noon. The Hawaiian band will play
durjng the games nnd this will no
doubt ndd to the lilensurc of thoso
6nc of tho warmest baseball con
tests ever plned by the Riverside Jr.
League will lake place during tho
forenoon, when the Chinese Alohns
Jr. cross bats with tho Nippon team.
This game Is going to bo n baseball
treat, ns both of tho teams hae had
hard training Inst week, and will
light the game out with vim.
The batteries will bo: Chlncso
Alohas Jr., Alona and Tom Yen; Ana
Ill A (' , TetsuJI and .Mold.
At 1 p. m the Oriental A. C. will
meet Jack Florcs' team, the Sweet
Inlets. The Orientals have played
good ball nnd will gho tho Sweet
VIolotB n hard fight. Manager C. Y.
Mark of the Chinese team, when
icon this morning, stated that ho lins
a team up that can easily give tho
lolets n "Wntciloo." Ho will have
his regular twlrlcr, Ahoy, In the
box, and this, with Koon Cnow be
hind the bat, will foi m a strong
Tho third game in tomorrow's pro
gram will go down In history ns a
j,rcat contest. This will bo tho de
ciding game for tho championship of
tho Knlanlannole League between tho
Chlneho A. C. nnd the Kaala A. O.
rJ.ich has won it ganto nnd this ono
illl tell which Is entitled' to tho
beautiful trophy donated by Hon. 0.
K. Clillllngwortb, now on exhibition
In u window of Wall, Nichols Co. l.v
try supporter of these two teams will
be on hand nnd some good rooting
will bo heard. Fresldont Vlcrrn will
be on the giouhd with his cane ready
to stop nil noire of n rowdly kind,
mid this will prevent trouble. It Is
stated that the Chinese boys will not
permit Ilcrnnrd Kelekollo to bo on
tho coaching line In this game for
tho Kanlas, so tho Hoy Orator will go
behind tho "Bcrcen."
HANDV WIU'SWIM IN
New York, N. Y., Feb. 28. It Is
i.nnounccd that Henry J. Handy of
Chicago Is on his way to New York
to meet Charles M. Daniels In a se
iles of match swimming races nt
distances up to 300 yards, to take
place nt tho Spoismcn Show at Mad
Ibon Squnro Garden noxt week.
Tho consent of Handy to swim In
tho Garden proved a big surprise to
many of tho swimming enthusiasts.
Handy will not only rnco against
Uaniels, but will also compete In
handicap inces open to nil amateur
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This afternoon nt 3:30 sharp tho
Hallos and Y. M. C. A. will try con
clusions at Mnklkl. It will no doubt
be n Btrenuous exhibition of tho drib
bling game. Should the Mntles win
this nfternoon, or even make a draw,
the championship for tho year Is
theirs, and the season will then prob
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FIX DATE OF REGATTA
Stnnfoul University, Cal Fob. 28.
Managers Snedlgnr und Knupp met
heio last night and decided to hold
the fnteicollegluta legattq on tho
Sausallto course betweon April 20th
and 22d. The dnv will be definitely
chosen later, when tldo nnd woathor
conditions have been figured, Wash
ington will be asked to paitlclpato
raid the raco will bo n three-cornered
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I'olo enthusiasts nio beginning to
got ready for tho coming season.
New Record For 100 Miles
OIIMONI) 1H3ACII, Fla., March C Tho French rnclng car, in tho
contests being conducted here, established a now record today, being driv
en 100 miles In 1 hour nnd 13 minutes.
Tho track retold of the world for
minutes and 40 beconds, mado on tho
Earn, driving n Naplor machine. This
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Take Track Meet
Rah for the Sophs! They carried
tff tho an mm I tnterclass High School
meet esterday by n score of 34 to
31 points. William Ulco w.ib n whole
constellation In himself, as ho car
ried off 28 points by his lonely. Kll
shn Andrews put the goodly number
of 22 points to his credit. Following
i nte tho prizes nnd list of events:
Frizes lels of different colors, for
first, second nnd third places, re
spectively were awarded tho win
ners of each event, together with
ribbons which had the nnmo of the
event printed on them. Frizes wcro
given In each case by a young lady
! representing the clnss to which tho
I winner belonged.
300-yard dash: Illcc; 0:10 4-5.
Milo run: Norton: ti:3n.
440-ynrd dash: Itlce; 0:G7.
120-ynrd hurdle: Andrews; 19 2-1.
'J 20-yard dnsh: Illcc; 0:25 3-5.
CO-yard dash: Illcc; 0:5 4-5.
Half mllo: Norton; 2:22 2-5.
High jump: Marcalllno; C ft. 2 1-2
llroad Jump' Itlce; 20 ft. 3 Ins.
Folo vault Andrews; 8 ft. 4 Ins.
Shot put: Andicws; 39 ft. G ins.
Mllo rein Won by Sophomores.
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In Big Tourney
Tho Y. M. C. A. handball tourney
is coming along In great shape. The)
winners of, jesterdny'p games are ns
Si S. Nott won from II, S. Chand
ler, 4-15( 1C;2, 1C-13,
Fnul Schmidt won from A. DelaL
mix, 15-9, 10-9.
T. NlCjkelscn won from Walter
Hertz, Ill-IB,, lCflil 0,5-1. ,
M C. Wobste'r won from J: 8.
Nott, lfi-14, 1,6-3., .,
II. Venhulzcn won from M. Fer
rleia, 15-4, 15-9. '
F. A. lUechert won from Mark
Johnston, 15-13, 15-13.
Theao plays occur today:
F.iul Schmidt vs. Dan Voellcr, 2:30
J. Q. Haptlst vs. R. C. Axtell, 4:30
J. S. Herrlot vs. Moses Kcknhlo,
5:30 p. m.
DIIFFEV 10 ill "
New York, N. Y., Feb. 25. Tho
New York University track team has
secured tho services of Arthur F. Duf
foy, the former champion sprinter, ns
coach, John Flanagan of tho Irish
American A, C, nnd Snm Jones, high
Jumper, will assist Duftey. Duffey
will tako exclusive chnrgo of tho
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HEW HMD'S RECORD
Tienton, N. J., Feb. 28. F. C.
Smltlison of Portland, Ore, tonight
broke tho woild'u record in tho CO-
ijnid hurdlo rnco. Ho mndo the dis
tance in 7 4-5 seconds, 2-5 of a sec
ond better thnn Northbrldgo's record,
made nt Now York on Feb. 9, 190T.
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1 New York, N. Y Feb. 2C Chas.
M. Daniels tonight broke the world's
tccord In nn 80-ynrd swim, covering
tho dlstunre with three turns in 43
Eeconds flat. ,He rnado tho now marl;
I in his match With Conrad D. Truben-
I bach of the Now York Athletic Club
at the big tank in tho Sportsmen's
1 fchow at Madison Square Gnrden.
100 miles formorly was 1 hour, 15
Ormond track In January, 1900, by
was a straightaway run.
Hi If! TODAY
Young- Athletes Work
Hard For Special
Tho Kniiluwohl Club athletes nro
billed to do their llttlo Btunt In the
limning nnd Jumping lino this nfter
noon nt tho Dojs' Field. The meet
promises to he fast throughout. Tho
athletes scoring tho greatest number
of points will bo picscnted with u
medal by the malinger of tho club.
The officials will be ns follows:
Hcforee J. McCandless.
Scorer II. ICspIndn.
Announcer J. Cockctt.
Starter E. W. Coffln.
Timekeepers W. nice, Aynu.
Track Judges K. S. Kong, Thco.
Hlclinrda, Ten Yuen, Kn I'ul, W. Ilob
Field JudgCB II, llrlto, W. Tin
Choug, II. Kelekollo, K. Focpoo.
Clerk of tho Course Snm Hop,
100 Ynrds: Reliance, M. Correa,
Ah Toon, J. Clement; Not Yets, W.
Hoopal, W. Hsplndn, A. Asam, F, L.
220 Ynrds: Rollance, M. Correa, J.
Clement, II. Knlehu; Not Yets. F. h.
Altann, W. Hoopal, AV. Ksplnda, V.
Aynu, Nee 12n, A. Asam,
440 Yards: Reliance, Willie Nno
ole, J. Clement, Knlehu, J. Souza,
Kunhlwl; Not Yets, W. Wells, V.
Aynu, Nee Hn, h. Richards, O. Holt,
F. h. Akaim.
Shot Put: Reliance, Ah Toon. J.
Clement, Kulebu; Not Yets, W. Hoo
pal, (S. Holt, F. Frank; Neo Kn, F. I,.
Aknnn. i ' .'.
Hi o.ul Jumpr" Reliance, M. Correa,
J. Clement, Knlehu, Nucolo, J. Sou
za; Not YctB, W. Hoopal, W. Espln
da, 0. Holt, V. Ayau, F. h. Alcana.
Hgh Jump: Reliance, Naeole, Ah
Toon, Knlehu. Ah Tin; Not Yets, W.
Hoopal, Wells, G. Holt, F. L. Aknnn.
Folo Vnult: Rollance, Ah Tin, Ah
Toon, Knlehu; Not Yets, W. Hoopal,
G. Holt, Ii. Richards, F. L. Aknna.
120 Yard Hurdles: Rellnnce, Ah
Tin, Knlehu, Nneole; Not Yets, W.
Hoopal, G. Holt, F. L. Akana.
Half Milo Relay: Reliance, Not
CO-EDS i BASKETS
Tho Funnhou girls took the High
School lassies down tho line to the
tune of 7 to 5 In their gamo of bas
ketball yesterday. Gwendolyn Jak
ins was the star.
Tho personnel of both teams fol
lows: Funahous: Doris GIrdler, Fhoebo
lleen, Gdwcndolyn Jaktns, Gladys
Rycroft, Thelmn Ilnrrlson, Ruth
High School: Sarah Stone, Ulna
Nclper, Hazel Williams, Eva Alnnn,
Wntorbury, Conn,, Feb, 28.
Frank Gotch, American champion
wro3ller, tonight defeated Jas. Parr
of England before 1200 persons, win
ning in two straight falls, tho first
in nine minutes on a half Nelson and
bar hold and tho second in eleven
minutes on n hninmer lock. The men
wrestled catch-as-catch-can. with tho
strangle hold und too holds barred.
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Tho Circuit Commlttco of tho
Northwestern llaseball League Las
docldod to retain tho samo circuit as
last year. The season will open
Hawaiian Opera House
' THURSDAY, MAHCH 12
W. D. ADAMS presents
Mr. R. K. Bonine
WHO WIIL EXHIBIT MILES OF
which will include a few of the best
previously shown with the
Panama Canal Views,
Honolulu Floral Pageant
of February 22, and a number of
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The San Francisco League field nnd
track meet lias been set for Apt 11
11th. This unusually late data had
to be decided upon becnuso of tho
U. C. oval being In use on all other
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Tho meet between tho llachelors
nnd Benedicts will not bo pulled off
nt the Country Club today, ns was ex
pected, Tho list of married and bIii
glo golfers who nro such deadly rlv
rls of each other has been completely
made up, and the fighting, when the
tourney Is held, promises to bo some
thing terrific. The mon are enemies
until after the meet. "Zounds!"
I X K M
Alcxnnuer tiume ioru nas ucen
doing stunts out at Waiklkl every
afternoon Blnco ho hns hnd his New
Hebrldlcs canoe rigged up. The nu
tlvo boys took tho complex little
craft out In tho heavy surf yesterday
and found that It would stand tho
rough work almost as well as the
inrgcr boats. J. J. Hammond, tho
joung Australian, was taking lessons
In surfing on n board yestcrdny, and
tno Hawaiian experts had n great
time with him.
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J, J. Hammond, who enmo Jiero
n the Moann with Alexander Ilumo
Ford, is one of tho crack rlflo shots
of Australia. He Intends giving an
exhibition of his skill before an ns
sembly of local shots In tho near fu
ture He Is also a clay-pigeon cx
peit. M It tt '
Dan Rencar, tho locnl champ. Bwlm
mcr, has been heard from In Gold
field, Nevada, It Is a sure cinch that
Dan will have to paddlo a few to beat
C. M. Daniel's recently mndo world's
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Honolulu Is represented on tho wa
ter at Stanford Unlvereity by young
Gay, who has a prominent phiqe on
tho v.vilty crow,
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Tho Hawaiian Gun Club will hold
Its first shoot tomorrow nt the traps.
A largo crowd of enthusiasts Is ex
pected with their firearms.
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Mnklkl Field will be the scene of
what will probnbly be the last foot
ball gamo of tho year between tho
Mnileil und tho Y. MC. A. team. It
Is up to tho former team to win If
Ihoy want to carry off the champion
ship. t k a
Tlicro will bo no special play at
tho Country Club tomorrow.
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Tho wrestling managers will meet
Monday afternoon nnd decldo on
terms for a match botween Hans
Froclccher nnd Mitsuka, if thoy ran
a a a
Tourists will havo an opportunity
of witnessing tho pick of Nippon
stack up ngalnst tho cream of tho
Fldjvory Kingdom In baBeball tomor
iow, Ono way of testing ilia relatlvo
sporting strength of tho two nations.
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WIN TENNIS DOUBLES
New York, N. Y Feb. 28. F. II.
Aiexunuer unu u. ji. iiuciteik ui iuu
West Sldo Club of this city won tho I
nnllnnnl nhnn,ilnnalil,t Itiilnni Innnlo'
doubles today- on tho courts of tho
Seventh Regiment Armory.
Mark Twain said at the Pilgrims'
dinner, New York: "Now that wo
have resumed our trust In God, wo
will discharge Plerpont Morgan with
$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
3 Days Longer at
Fight In England
And Take Tommie's
Now York, N, Y Feb. 20. Tom
my Hums' "bluff" Is called. After
sleeping over tho offer from England
of $5000 for his end of a purse to
meet Rurns, Jnclc Johnson has come
to the conclusion that thcro Is no
senso In wnltlng for bettor financial
inducements. Tonight tho big col
ored boxer nnnounced that ho uould
hecept the offer nt onco nnd added
that ho had cabled London to let tho
whole J.'iOOO go ns n sldo bet. John
son will likewise accept tho other
conditions of the offer, which call for
,i 10-foot ring nnd a dnte somo time
in ndvanco of Juno 10th.
"Hums can make the ring ten
feet squnro and select n private ring
nnd throw tho key out of tho win
dow If he dares," Bald Johnton. "I
know I can beat him and I think ho
knows It. too. If ho backs down' on
(his proposition I will go over to Lon
don anyway and shamo him out of
King Kdwnrd's islands.
"Any number of rounds will suit
me, from ono to a thousand. In fnct,
now I have mado up my mind to ac
cept, Hums can namo his own terms."
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