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RVr.NINO mn.LKTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., WKDNKSDAY, MAIL 11, 1D08
If a furnace required a high decree of heat to accomplish a Riven
lciult. would you put n water-jack 't rrcund the furnace to cool u?
Then why do it in (in automobile? $ . , i .
A gasoline engine makes power by turning gasoline into heat. The
hotter you can run it without igniting your lubricant, the greater effi
ciency you get out of your fuel.
The Franklin nir-cooletl motor normally runs at nbout 330 degrees,
'id enough to pet high efficiency out of the gasoline but cool enough to
be well below the burning point of oil.
A water-cooled motor dees not ncrmally get hotter than 212 degrees;
nt that tempemture the water boils away and there is trouble. Hence
nil water-cooled moton are under a heavy handicap, because they work
at about 138 decrees 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 thc-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.
Tranklin Air-Cooled cars arc run with the greatest of success for
months in Summer in Hew York, Chtcapo and other places where the
thermometer goes higher than it ever docs in these Islands, and they
have proved the right car for the hottest as well r.s 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.
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Forrest Smithson Makes
World's Record In Hurdles
NBW YOUK, N. Y., Mnrch 10. Smithson of Portland made
?0-ynrd hurdle run today In 8 4-5 seconds, breaking the iccord.
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I'orrest Smithson, lio broko tho
world's record for the socnty-ynrd
dash liy going tho distance In eight
.lint four-fifths seconds, has n number
of other records tn his credit. Ho Is
22 years old nud hnn been going to
various colleges on the Coast sincu
ho was IT. He tins been nn athlete
since u little fellow. He first ennio to
notice when lie win running for the
Portland High School. Ho bent nil
lutcrscholnsllc athletes In tho 440
yards dnsh In the first nnnunl high
school meet, mid also cntno out first
In the high Junii. At this time he lind
never had any training whatever, but
I. Is time In tho 440 wan so fnst fur
n youngster that some old runners In
Portland took It upon tlieinscheK to
dove lop his speed hj a little training
Soon nftei wards he entcied tho Unl
MrHlty of Oiegon, and became known
ivniong the nthlotes of the Coast iih u
hard man to beat. Whllolii tho mid
dle of tho Hack season during his see
end yenr nt Oregon, ho had u rumpus
with the college authorities and
jumped over to the rival Institution,
the Oiegon Agricultural College. He
inn In one meet for'lhom and canlecl
off several firsts, practically winning
the meet for O. A. C. The meet was
protested, howooi, and finally thrown
cut, on nccount of the Intcrcollcglnlo
rule which prevents an athlete from
competing for a college imlesb ho bus
been a regularly reglsteied student for
r, certain number of month Not
withstanding this furl, Smithson
gained a great amount of running ex
perience, for lie was under the direct
tutelage of "Dad" Moulton, ono of the
most famous trainers in tho States.
Moulton (alight him a groat In my
tricks of the game, and when tho time
for tho following season came, ho was
In condition to meet tho best men of
tho Northwest Dan Kelly was Just
budding out In Intercolleglato affairs
ut this time, though ho came to col
lego with, n great scholastic rccjird,
Smithson and Kelly first met In the
giont Indoor coloslcum nt Columbia
University, Portland. Tho 220-yard
dash resolved Itself Into u dual be
tween thcso two men for tho first heat
was won by Smithson, tho second by
Kelly, and tho finals were also won by
tho red-headed Irish wonder In what
was undoubtedly the prettiest race
ever seen In tho Oregon metropolis.
Smithson took sou'ral prizes at the
Athletic Carnival at tho Lewis and
Clark Exposition, meeting some of the
best men of the country. Ho has a
long swinging, nnturnl stilde, nnd runs
In perfect form. Kor a number of
years past It has been said Hint tho
t nly thing that kept Smithson from
becoming u vorlcl-bater was tho lack
of a final, grand, sprint at tho finish
of a short distance race. It would ap
pear, however, from the cablegrams
lately, that ho has acquired tho "fin
ltli Bpurt". At any rate. It is certain
that lie Is going some at the athletic
games In New York Smithson fights
hard In cvciy race. Kelly is a nai-ural-bom
runner, lint he hasn't the
grit and "bull-don" fighting spirit that
Konest Smithson has. Thcf nro both
competing at the games now going on
In New York. Snilthson's fivorlto run
lias always' been the hurdles.
Tho Ithcrslde Junior llaseliall
League .held its legular meeting last
night at the olllces of Kb president,
II. Kelekollo, Judd Building. Among
those pretenl weie: Chns. Abo, ljml,
A. Itlley, St. Correa, Sain Hop, (leo.
Ho Mm, II. English, Oeo. A. Davis. W.
Tin Chung and President II. Keleko
llo. Thu meeting was n lively ono all
through thu evening, as tho homing of
thu protest of the Annul A. C. against
tho Chinese Aloh.is, Jr., on the gamo
played lai.t Sunday, caused a good
deal yf warm debate. Tho Nlpponn
claimed that llioy aro entitled to (lie
game, notwithstanding tho fact that
tin, Chlnoso defeated them, nh the
(Tlmo scheduled to play was 111:. ID a.
m. and the "Sous from tho Dregon
King" didn't put In an appearance un
til 11: 13. On the other side, tho Chin
eso claim that the official umpire was
not on hand nt tho tlmo and no ono
declared the gamo forfeited to the
Japanese. Tor sonio tlmo it looks as
If thero was a war between Japan and
China at thu meeting, but Ileruard Ke
lekollo nctei) as Solomon tn tills caso
and decided that tho gamo bo replayed
"I wish to state, Mr. Chairman,"
said Abe, who was representing the
Asnhls, "that I havo soniothlng else
to nsk for at this meeting outside of
this piotcst ami this Is that tho per
son who Inserted In tho morning pa
per the nrticlo stating that tho losing
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SATURDAY, MAR. 14
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SATURDAY, MAR. 14th and
MONDAY, MAR. 10th
Austin Daly's Famous Success
" A Runaway Girl "
Prices 25c, 50c, 75o and $1. Ma
tinees Children, 25c; Adults, 00c
Scats on sale Thursday,
team was making thu usual kicks on
tile umpire's decisions, mpst npologlzo
filr It, as n matter of fact wo never
did diiinplaln on the -umpire being mi
lair dilting tho anio, Ilernad was
puzzled fill' u moment when this state
ment wns Ijiailu. "iet tho person who
published tbnl i'rtlclo npolnglzu to tho
Asahl CllNt Jliufchur ordered.
Tho lltoctlifgihon adjourned. Attor
ney DAvIs, who'tOok; quite an Interest
lii' thu debate, stated ttruit ho enjoyed
the meeting and woftd )lko to attend
8 n a
Thu lesult of thu matches played
jesterday In tho Y. SI. C A. handball
SI. C. Webster won fioni (1. S. Cur
ry. 15-4. lli-1.
SI. O. Johnston won fioni (J. 8. Cur
ly. 15-11, 15-1.
SI. G Johnston won from SI. Kur
lelra, 15-0, 15-G.
Jus. Whitney won from H. O. Ax
lull, '13-15, 15-3, 15-9.
J. Q. ll.iptlst woo from Paul
Schmidt. 5-1D, 15-10, 15-1.
It. C. Axtell won from T. Nlckcltcu,
7-15, 15-7, 15-12.
K. Slngulro won from V. Hertz, 5-15,
K. Kviius won from S. Ilium, 15-3,
S. flardla won from A. Dclnniix.,
T. Nlckolsen won from J. S. Harriot,
15-12, 8-15, 15-S.
K. Ilcchcrt won from It, Vuuhulzen,
S. Uardlu won from V. Franks, 15-2,
SI. V. Dccolto won from T. Nickel
sen. 15-2. 15-10.
Tho following games will bo played
A. Delauux vs. 0. K. lallko; 4:30
.1. S. Nolt vs. V. SlcCaughey, 5 p. m.
P. O. Schmidt s. 10. II, lllunchard;
5:30 p. in. "
J. C. i:wlng vs. C. K. HrlsBol; 7 p. m.
K. Venhulzen vs. K, A. lleckert,
7:30 p. ra.
T Nickulscu vs. S, Hardin; 8 p. m.
Dan Voellcr vs. SI. C. Webster; 8:30
A great many people have expressed
a dcslro to seo M. C. Webstur per
form, but havo been unable to do so
on account of his games having been
heretofore played In tho afternoon.
Ho Is down for a match with Dan
Voellcr this evening nt 8:30 o'clock.
Thu K. O. Hall Cup tennis tourna
ment, which has been In progress at
Punnhou for the pnBt two weeks, was
brought to an end on Monday when
Stanley Kennedy, who won thu cup In
390C, won It again this year for tho
beconrt and last tlmo. Tho play was
of u much higher order than over be
toro and shows that thcso young play
ers can bo depended upon in tho til
ttuo to enroll their names on tho
championship roster. Tho scores wore
us follows: Preliminary Hound W.
Knglo beat (). Hind, 7-5, 7-5: A. Hleh
mils heat W. Paly, fid, fill: P. Dodge
beat A. Austin, C3,C3; (1. Willfnng
beat :. (llbb, ll-U, 0 3, S. Kenned)
An Inhalation lor
CraaoUn la Boon Aalhmallca.
Voti It no! trrul mora f IIwtlTa to brrath In a
remedy for rtleeaiel of tho brflhlnir organs than
... .aha (h ,n..1 IntA ,h fttomacll ?
Crranlrnrj cure! beeao,a tha air, rendered tl
..... hmaiih. vlvlnff rrolencid atnd
enimunt irtaatrntnt. It U lnTlobl to tnottw
wltn imill cniuren.
Thorn of Con
will and lmroedlfttfl relief
from Cougln or In flamed
Condition of tM thrnL
Hnd poul for d
IW Fulton Htreet,
beat Paul do Drcttpvllle, 8-0, fi-4; C
Hoogs beat Ilex Hitchcock, by de
fault; S Jaklns beat J. Ounrd, fi-2, 0-2.
First Hound Athcrton Itlchnrds beat
W. Engel, 11-9, 7-5; O. Wlllfong beat
P. Dodge, 0-0, 6-7, 7-3; W. Hoogs bent
W. I.ldgato. C-2, C-0; H. Hllchcork
beat J. Desha, fi-1. 1-fi. C-2; A. Uiwrey
beat A. Wilcox, 0-0, 0-1; P. Wlthlng
ton bent 11. l.ucas l!-2, 5-7, 7-5; S. Ken
nedy beat Y. T. I.on 0,0. ii-0; J. (liinrd
bent C. Hoogs fi-4, C-2. Second Itound
A. Itlchnrds beat (1. Wlllfong, 0-1,
6-4; W. Hoogs heat 11. Hitchcock, fi-2.
fi-1; A. I.owrey beat V. Wlthlngton,
fi-0. fi-1; S. Kennedy bent J. duard, 8-0,
5-0, C-l. Senil-flnals W. Hoogs Ihmi
A. Ulchaids, 3-0. C-3, G-2; S. Kennedy
bent A. Uiwrpy, C-2, S-. Klnnls S.
Kennedy beat W. Hoogs, 7-5, 0-1. 0-2.
n n n
"I linvo never read nnythlng so
amusing," said Charles Comlskcy be
loro leaving Chicago, "as somo of tho
letters which were "written mo by the
nung players whom the Sox drnftcd
from the minor "lengues. Somo of the
lefters had tinge of roinanco mixed
In, and others woro almost pathetic,
but the majority were really delight
ful. "Kvery one of the youngsters who
were nniued as drafted by mo wroto
nio ut least one letter. Most'ot them
averaged three, nnd every boy In tho
lot did Ills best to explain what n
star ho was, w)iat a wonder he would
infallibly be, and what a loss It
would bo to the Sox If ho were por
mlttcd to escape. Some of them
wroto so touching!)' that I was al
most tempted to let appreciation dic
tate, to judgment, but what could 1
"I won't glvo out tho names of tho
bays Hint wouldn't bo quite right
but hern nro a few excerpts fiom
(he thlngH they wioto mo:
" 'Dear Col. Conllskoy: You don't
remember my mimV, perhaps, but my
undo wns , who played' six years
for J on on the St. Louis Drowns. He
bio's I have the makings of a better
ballplayer than ho over dared to be.
I only hit '.247 last season, but that
wns hecauso I wns sick rlear up to
July. Olvo me a fair tryout, and
j on won't bo borry, bcs.Ves which It
will bo n great favor to my undo.'
" 'Kstcenied President: You will
regret It if you lot mo go back to tho
mlnoin without a good trial. I am a
free, natural hitter, fnst In getting
down to first, and stolo lifty-nlno
bases last season. Under your teach
ing, 1 would Improve 300 per cent.,
Icciuso I icgard you us tho best
leader of iiiyurn In tho world. 1
hao always been anxious to play
with tho Sox, and hope you will glvo
mo a fair show.'
'"Dr. Sir. Comlskcy: I am thank
ful to ou for drafting me, amJ-wlU
work for you for $150 a month If you
will glvo mo the chance. It's this
way with mo: I nm going with a girl
down hero and sho doesn't like baso
ball says It Is a poor business. She
told mo that if 1 was over it world's
champion she would mnrry me, but
not otherwise. I know tho Sox will
win out this year, and then I would
get my chance. Won't you help mo
" 'Dear Sir: I nm not mutch on
spelling, but I can lilt like li , Last
HawaiianO pera House
THURSDAY, MARCH 12
AND FRIDAY, MARCH 13.
W. D. ADAMS presents
Mr. R. K. Bonine
WHO WILL 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
POPULAR PRICES, 25c. 50o and 75o
Tickets now on sale at Wall,
Nichols Co., Ltd., on Monday,
WHITNEY fc MARSH
In Voiles, Panamas, Novelty
Weaves, Silks and White Linens
have just arrived.
See Window Displays
Home Journal Patterns for
March Spring and Style Book
summer the lloston Nnshnnels plaid
cur team nnd I lilt joiiiir CI Youiik
for.: 3-baKKiirH. I hit .m In th la
Iceland can make Kood fcr .300 In
any company. If yon will she me u
show I will nlsoo ki lo nite-skool In
' "Mr. Charles CoinisKe) Honored
Sir: I hope that you will not leave
me out when It conies to koIiir to
California. My pitching record for
the past season tells Its own story:
22 won, 10 lost nnd 3 tied. 1 havo
as Rood n spttball ns Chcsbro Klmor
SlrlcKlctt taught It to me. I have an
outcure that beats anythliiR yet
seen In that line, and when It comes
to control I nm there powerful. You
will Ret a few games more liy taking
mc than jou would win otherwise.'
'" 'Dear Mr. Comlskcy: Seeing that
Nick Altrock has signed a temper
ance clause, and being a great ad
mirer of his, I nm willing to do the
Annie. You can put me in a room
with Mr. Altrock 'nil season; then
ho can watch mo and I can watch
him, nnd so neither of us will get
" 'My Dear Mr. Comlskcy: In mak
ing til tho list for tho spring trip,
don't overlook yours truly. Pleaso
remember 'Hint- tho scoring In our
league gave us all the worst of It,
nnd that, an nvcrngo of .285 down
thcro was ns goodns .32, In tho
Central. 1 am positive that I can
take euro of myself' against any of
Jlho other candidates for my posi
tion.' " 'Mr. Charles Comlskcy: You
will make the mistake of your life if
you don't take mo to tho coast. I
am a fice, easy, graceful hitter of the
Uijolo pattern, nnd I can lilt olthor
light or left handed pitchers Just ns
readily. Thoy nil have to start
somewhere, you know, and I linvo
nlroady started. If I don't lilt over
.300 right nlong j on, needn't pny me.'
it- fi "
Conipeleul men havo said that next
lo Waiting thu famous places In tho
win Id Is to hear itnrlon Holmes (oil
of (hem. Next to seeing tho thlng.i
which dally occur Is to linvo llonluo
tliruw his moving pictures on tho
screen. Tho public will luvo an op
portunity to seo both Thursday ami
Friday evenings. Tho houso is wild
lor 'lliursduy, or Is so nearly sold (hat
it Is not posslblo to secure two reals
together anywhere. Krlday night tho
exhibition will bo almost Identical
with that of Thursday and tho seals
lor that evening's entertainment mo
on sale. So great Is tho deslro lo rco
(ho pictures nnd hear Mr. Holmes (lint
many persons who linvo seemed heats
for tho ilrst night ho left tho money
to pay for Bouts for tho second.
There Is to bo a full orchestra on
both evenings, musicians selected for
their familiarity with slngo work, so
there will not bo a dull moinunt dur
ing tho evening. Tlioso who wrb un
able to get sats for ThWilay should
not rail to got them forKrlday ami
(hey uro urged to got them today so
as not to gut loft ngaln. Ono gentle-man'-lms
ulrendy ordered eighteen.
They may bo lind nt Willi. Nichols Co.,
Ltd., ht 25, 50 und 75 cents. '.
. HARMON IS NOT GUILTY.
X : ?
This cu'iilng llorger's band will
play at Aula Park, beginning at 7:30.
Tho following Is (lid program:
Mnrch "Moltko" Selfrllz
Overturn "French Comody" ....Hela
Waltz "Beautiful Ilrcezo" .. Mclslar
Selection "Runaway (ilrl".Moncktou
Vocal American Songs...nr. by Merger
Selection "duello" Adam
Intermezzo "Dtnck nnd While", Unlet
Klnulo ".Madame Angot" .... I,ccoco.
"Tho Star Spangled Ilannor."
A mob ot 1000 Idle men marching
on tho city hull at Philadelphia to
demand work fired on tho police.
Fourteen of them wero arrested.
Tho Jtiry In tho case of tho Tenl
tory against Klder Harmon of thu
Mormon church, charged with subor
nation of perjury, (ook but five mill
ultcs to bring In a verdict of not guilty
yesterday nftcrnnon. Tho nrgiimentn
lo tho Jury woro commenced yesterday
afternoon after tho regular reeoss ami
llttlo tlmo was taken. W. T. Rawlins
represented tho United Stales mid W.
A. Kinney tho nccuscd.
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