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Air Cooled Facts1!
If ft furnace rcquiicd a high degree of heat to accomplish a given
lesult, would jou put a water-jacket around the furnace to cool it?
Then why do it m an automobile ? TicSl''' 'Sli ''
A gasoline engine makes power by turning gasoline into heat. The
hotter j ou can ran it without ignit ng your lubricant, the greater effi
ciency you get out of your fuel.
The Franklin nir-coolcd motor normally runs at about 3S0 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;
at that temperature the water both away and there is trouble. Hence
all water-cooled motors are under a heavy handicap, because they work
at about 138 degree? below the point of maximum efficiency.
The Franklin motor car gets more actual going-power out of a gal
lon of gasoline than anv other automobile. That means low running ex
pense, i '
Franklin light-weight means tiie-cconomy. Tranklin construction
laminated wood frame and nickel steel parts means repair-economy.
Combine all these advantages end you have the motor car that you can
afford to own.
Franklin Air-Cooled cars arc run with the trrcatest of success for
months in Summer in New York, Chicago and other places where the
thermometer goes higher than it ever does in these Islands, and they
have proved the right car for the hott'it at we'l ns th? coldest localities.
Ask the Honolulu u'ers of Air-f:oolrl Franklins whether they keep
ccol on the hottest days or not They will tell vou.
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PHONE EXCHANGE 20,
75c, Per Month
Protest Of Kaaias
Ruled Out By
At the meeting of the Knlunlana
olo HascLnll League' last night to de
cide tho outcome of the piotcst en
tered b) Hie Knalas against tlio de
cision of the imiplro In giving tlio
Mime to tlio Chinese A C. lust Sun
ilay. It was ilccldeil to uphold tho
decision of Uniplio Fernandez. Thcro
wild u large attendance ut tho mcot
ing, which was called to order by
President Vlerui. Ed. Fernandez
U'.s (lucatloned by tho arlous offl
claU (if tho league In regard to who
ther he thought (tint the winning
inn was made iib a result of n block
He Btated omphatlcally that It was
n "bio-It ball ' Prc.ldeiit Vlena
lead the mles legjnllng Liich-ni.it-teis
iti.l I lion b.ilil.
"The Chinese . C. aio hereby
rullul tlio chumpiuni of the league
fin l.i') ue.uoa, Mid (ho piotcst of the
iv .nl n I j ruled out."
I'l.e meeting then adjoin nod.
l'i oiidu.it V luu. i uied good Judg
ment In ills iloclulun. He did not al
low any pci'tonal fcelliiM to enter
Into the matter and he doervos great
ricillt fur hla Jiiilli'ljui declilons
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Spoiling Diitm I! v o n I ii j 11 i 1 -'
1 o 1 1 n . -ltegudlng in) letter pub- i
lulled till inoiiil.ig will Jon Le Kind I
rnouiih to Insnrt n the columns of
our paper that I "vlth tu lut-act thaCI
portion stating "the chief marshal. ,
('has. K. Abe. has nl read 5 lietrnjcil '
mo hdfnio tho battle was over."
On the othur hand, 1 wish to state
that (Jlia". K. Abe has been onu ot tho !
Iianl'worklnf; olllceis of tho league,
r. Hint lin L'.ivi! nil IiIh spam time for
the hotter Improvement of his team
'n order that tho leaguu may give a
Oa alt Important questions pcr-
lalnlng to the gcod of the league lie
was thcro with li).i bti. light tall, at
wiijh ending in this remark, "Let us
have peaee "
In order that peaco may be lestor
(d within our own lanks I wish nml
! deslro that tlio portion of my let-
! ler alimu referred to, bo withdrawn.
Thanking nu for tho space,
I am. Sir,
Piesldjnt, Hlversldo Junlort.
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Wi'lllM TENNIS ASSOCIATION
The annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Tennis Association will bo
held Wednesday, April 8, at which
1 1 mo the dato for tho championship
tennis ccnts for tho Territory of
Hawaii will bo settled, This year,
for the first time, the outside Islands
will be represented, by delegates
from the Hllo Tenuis Cli)b, Puuncnc
Atnletlo Club, and the Kwn Tonnls
Club; these, with three dolegates
each from the I'atllic and Ueietanla
clubs, constitute the membership,
Tho annual championship events
consist of men's singles, men's dou
bles, ladles' singles Indies' doubles,
mixed doubles. Tho singles matches
aro to bo played on tho Pacific courts
and tho doubles events on the Uero
tnnla grounds. All players In tho
Territory are eligible to pnter, whe
ther members ot clubs or not, If In
vitation Is given by tho association.
12 Jolly Nights, commencing
SATURDAY, MAE. 14
Lilliputian Opera Comp'y
Af Cute, Cunning and Clever A(
410 Juvenile Artists "
SATURDAY, MAR. 14th and
MONDAY, MAR. 16th
Austin Daly's Famous Success
"A Runaway Girl"
Prices 25c, 50c, 75o and $1, Ma
tinees Children, 25oj Adults, 50o
Seats on sale Thursday.
EDITED BY CHARLES C. ALBRIGHT,
Must Be In Hands Of
Entries for the Island champion
bhlp meet clone this evening. If tho
names of those who wish to partici
pate In the meet for tho champion
ship of Onliu, or all the Islands for
that matter, arc not In the liantln ot
Stanley Llvlngstono by this afternoon
or evening, they will not bo allowed
; to participate In the big meet.
I In former times this meet was nl-
was called the Inter-Island Chnm-
( plonship meet, but thefo were nover
any entries 'from the other Islands of
tho gioup, so this ns n misnomer,
and It Is this J car designated by the
iiiiino of the Islnnd Championship
meet. This, however, does not mean
' that uthlelcu from tho other Islands
' are not allowed to participate. Thoy
iNllI be welcomed Into tho ranks of
, competing athletes. It would be nn
excellent idea If a team could bu
r' a the red from the whole of the other
I Jul a n ils combined to compete with a
picked team from Oabu. The meet-
lng of two such teams would mi-
liimibtcdly excite n great deal of In-
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Show Up In
Thera Is a window composed ex
clusively ot donntlons to tho jaclit
Hawaii In Will Mclnemy's Btoro
which Is well woith going n long
wny to see. When It comes tn real,
dellci.te, Intricate and hard work, the
itmktns ot pillows such lis are shown
In the Window with tbti name of tlio
jacht embroidered In, are about tho
li.inlMt jet.' Hut thoce kind ladles
who took the trouble of making tho
plllowj did not htop nor wero they
deterred In the least b the thought
of the labor Involved No; It was
all for the yacht. Then, again,
therells that'' beautiful teu-set, and
thero are tho valuablo books and tho
beautiful flags. Thoy all lepreient
donations from people who ,.ae tho
right sort ot nn Interest In the up
building and development of Hawaii.
They aro willing to sacrlllce a little
of their own pleasure, peihaps, In
crder that the greatest good may
come to the whole people.
And with such peoplo behind the
jncht. It surely cannot fall to win
8 X U .
Instead of One
There will bo two mutch horse
races tomorrow ut Kaplolanl Parle
Instead of the ouo flint was announc
ed after the rAce the other day, Tho
llrbt nice, which will be the main
event, will bo between Majlot and
Indigo. Tho meeting between Candy
Hoy and Mallet has gone over, and
will be run probably Borne tlmo noxt
week. Tho second race tomorrow
will be between tho Portuguese buck
bklu and Exchange 5. The races will
piobably bo run off at i o'clock In
Yesterday's handball games at the.
Y. M. C. A. resulted as follows!
H. Nlcltelsen won from E. Ii, Illanph
aid, C-15, 15-3? 1G-3.
H. B, Chandler won from C. Lewis,
15-2, 9.15, 1WS. ,1 .' ' -
JniL.WhltnLv won from O. f! lli.cli.
crt, 15-12, 15-8,
Dart Vpc'ller wo'p frnm H, Nlckolsen,
"15-13, l5-4. "i ' ' f''
Paul Schmidt won from II, Nlckol
sen, 15-4, 11-15, 15-5.
M. V. Decolto won from C. Lowls,
15-7. 12-15, 15 9.
H. S. Chandler won from J. I), Cock.
burn, 15-5, 15 C.
M C. Webster won from J. Whitney,
15-13, 1-15, 16-13,
11. Vonhiilzen won from J, n, Cock
bum, 15-8, 15-13.
Tho following games will bo played
O. S, Curry s, M. Ferrlera, 5 p. in,
J. C. Hwlng vs. W. Gortz, 5:30 p. in.
G. P. Iltissel vs. T. McOulro, 7 p. 111.
T. Nlckolsen vs. O. C. Iiechert, 7:30
S. Oardla vs. Jua. Whltnoy, 8 p. in.
A. Myhro vs. V. McCaughey, 8:30
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S NATIONAL I
Strong Athletes Are
Entered In D.ual
The following list indicates tho
participants In the different events
at the Knm-Pun meet nt the llo)s'
Field tomorrow afternoon. Theso
are all or the Knm entries:
1 Mile run: Whitney, Wllcox
Wrlght, J. llartols.
2 100 aid dash: Allium, Mc
Kenzlo, Murray, I.add.
3 140 ards dash: Holsteln, 11.
Knmnloplll, Knpu, JoslAh.
4 llroad Jump; J. Hal, UAa, Mc
Kcnztc, Alnma, Joslah,
6880 yards run: Wright, Whit
ney, Norton, Wilcox.
6 220 ynids dasli:v Murray, 1).
Knmnloplll, McKonzlo, Lndd, Kann.
7 Hurdles: Lotn, Kahlltc, Puaol,
8 High Jump: I.ota, Hal, Joslah,
!) Pole vault: Iiblnsou, Lotn,
McKeuzle, Ilartcls, Joslah,
10 Shot put: Campbell, Contra
defl, Whitney, Katipana,
11 Ilnmnicr thiow: Knlllhlwa,
Kaupanii, Kaluna, Kaul.
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Ilaseball will bo tho order ot the
day tomorrow at Knkaako Park. The
regulars and tho local National
(in a nl will croj bata and there will
be the usual league game,
t: n xi
Hnth tho Kam and Pun athletes
will take n rest today. The 1'nrn
prlnclp.1l runners arc listed no J.
Ucshn, Dill Desha, l.vmau mid Joe
J. McCnndlesj Is a 'Knm alumnus
who will run ln tho coming meet.
Ilesldci him, Mackenzie and Murray
will hn In li uphold the school hon
or. tt tt n
Paul and Lot hi ope Wlthlngton niu
making names for theintclves at Har
vard as athletes In the water, Wal
klki beach is a great training place,
The handball tournaments at tho
Y, M. C. A. are exciting a great deal
of interest In local cliclcs. Specu
lation is rllo ns to who will win out.
The foolishness ot such n baseball
in tide us appeared In tho morning
paper i uppaicut. It needs mo com
ment, nor docs It deserve any.
Tho bom aro looking forward eag
clly for tho moot with the Punahous
at the Hoys' Field tomorrow after
noon. n tt x
Tho track meet events between tho
Knms and Puns will commence at
1 o'clock sharp Saturday afternoon.
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Tho Knnis will have a strong ar
my of school talent In the meet Sat
Meotlng of the Chinese Athletic
Club this evening.
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AUTOS IN LONG RACE PLACED.
Chicago, March 4 Tho (Jcrmnn car
In tho New York-to-Parls automobllo
I ace arrived In Chicago tonight after
struggling for several days over tho
muddy roads of Northern Indiana.
French car No. 2 Is still In Chtcagu
nnd tlio American enr was laid up for
tho night In Omaha, French car No. 1
was roportedln tho lclnlty ot Des
Hawaiian Opera Bouse
THURSDAY, MAB0H 12
AND FRIDAY, MARCH 13,
W. D. ADAMS presents
Mr. R-. K. Bonine
WHO WILL ErHIBIT,' MILES OF
FILMS OF'" fi
which will include a few of the best
previously shown with thet
rdiidiiid uuidl VlCWi,
Honolulu Floral Pageant
of February 22, and a number )f
POPULAR" PRICES, 25o, 50o and 75o
Tickets now on sale nt Wall,
Nichols Co., Ltd., on Monday,
Special Sale of
Monday, March 16
Well made and of good washable materials. Si2es from
4 to 14 years. PRICE B FROM CO CENTS UP.
FROM G5o A
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The District Court, both tho civil
and the criminal end of It, will prob
ably In the near futiiro move troni
the present quarters In tho polled
Mulion to komo other place, tho lo
i ,il urn of which has not been decided
upon j el. The nolso which results
fn 'Mi tho opciattons Incidental to the
const! notion of the now Yokohama
dpi'i-.'p Hank building on the corner
of Queen nnd Ucthol Bticet1 directly
oppoiitu the police station, Is tho
cause lor this move.
Judgo Audrade this morning mado
tlio aunminccmont from the bench
that tho couit would hno to move.
It was during the trial of a ca'jo
when the noise from the other sldo
of tho street became so deafening
that It was Impossible fur tho couit,
or unjono'clso In tho touit room, to
hear what tho witnesses said, that
the patience of the Judge, which has
been torely tried during the last few
days, finally gave. out.
"It Is Impoi-slblc for tho court to
try cases In this place," hu announc
ed, "nnd In u few days machinery
will bo Installed, and the nolso will
bo even worse. Wo cannot go to tho
old Honolulu Hale, as the building Is
unsafe, and I do not sco where the
court will bo held."
"Why not uso the throne-room,"
tuggested Attorney n. C. Peters.
"It Is certainly terrible to try
cntes here," said Prosecutor Drown.
Judge Andrnde, when seen after
the session of the court, stated tint
ho would Interview the Chief Justice
about the mattor of securing other
quarters for the court while tho bonk
building was being constructed,
"Tho throne loom would bo a flue
place In one wny," he saldi "hut,, on
tho other hand, it Is so far fiom tho
pollco station that the bringing ot
prtsoncis to and fro between theso
two places would be quite a nul
tiuicc. Wo may And nomo hall which
Is closer to tho station, which might
6o available. At aiy rate, something
will havo to bo done, for t Is next
to Impossible to try cases In the
present quarters under thd present
circumstances. On the whole, too
little attention has been paid to this
court In the past. We ought to h'avo
bomo kind of pavement on the street
outside the station which would re-,
duco the nolso made by passing ve-J
hides, and tho floor should bo cov
ered with some sort ot material
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
will be offered at prices ranging from 25 Percent, to 50 Per Cent.
Reduction from regular prices, as follows: v' ', " '
MEN'S COL. and BLK. FELT HATS, forrnerlyvJ.1.60, J1.7P.
J2.no, J2.r.o, 13.00, S3,r.o; NOW $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, 2.25,
A New Stock of DERBYS, formerly Ja.OP.N.EO; NOW $2.25,
$2.75. " 1
MEN'S STRAW HATS, 35c 50c. 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00, $2.50; WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY.
MEN'S MANILA HATS,$J.50, $2.00; A Very CJose Imitation
of a Fine Panama Hat. , f i
MEN'S CAPS, 35c, 50e, 85c; $1.00, $1.50, $3.00. Here we
have the New AUTOMOBILE CAP.
BOYS' STRAW HATS, 25c. 35c, 50o, 75c, $1.00, $1.25;
WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY!
BOYS' FELT HATS, $2.00; Reduced From 13,00.
CAPS, 25c, 35c, 75c, $1.00.
PANAMA HATS, 10.00, SIS.OO and S15.00 quality ALL
REDUCED TO $7.50.
This includes the 1008 Styles.
Lr. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd
v. lilch would mnko the place
r.ulct during the Besslons."
Theio has boon nn untroco.leiited
lush for tickets at the Orpheiim, uml
tho manner In which the lltllo paste
boards havo been transformed Into
coin Is Indlcntlvo of a very successful
season for tho tmupo of Llllputlani.
Honolulu peoplo aro keenly appro
clalhu of gooj acting, and never ml
d chance to see real urtlBts pcrfirni.
The coming of the Llttlo People moans
that they will haa an opportunity or
boelng hrtlsts of world-uldo refutation
ns one of tho cle crest troupe", of act
ors, and ccita.tily the most iri'que o.io
In the world. You will do well to seo
thoin In tludr first performance, which
will bo tpo pretty comic opera, "A'
Iluimway Olil." to be given at tlio
Orphoum tomorrow and Monday
Though smoking In ctiUcniaiy In tho
Orphoum Manager Cohen has specially
requested patrons tu refrain fiom In'
dulgliig In tho soothing but iuxIoim
iu'i d. It has always been tho riirtom
to debar smoking at perfOrmanciM of
tho Little People, and .Mr. Pollard feels
that It will be to thu best Interests or
his patrons ns well as his company, If
theio aro no aromatic clouds between
Seats for tho performances may bo '
obtained at tho Orphcuni box wlnlov.
Prices nro 25c, 50c, 75c nnd $1 for box
seats. Those, who want cholro posi
tions would better got their t'OJla In
At thu meeting of tho Promotion
Commltteo held yesterday afternoon
several matters of lmportanco woro
brought up for dlecusslon, At tho
suggestion or Mrs. W. W. Hall, who
declaims any credit ou hor part, tho
Committee decided to contrlbutu a
koa tabic to Mark Twain's homo In
Connecticut, ho having douo much for
Hnuall through his advertisements,
A sorles of postal cards, to bo placed
with the Ixis Angclos Chamber ot
Commerce exhibit nt Atlantic City,
will bo Bent there shortly.
At tho suggostlon of Delegate Kn
laulanaolu, which liiot tlio approval of
tho committee. It ;W(i8 decided to send
to the Committee on Tcrrltoiloa of tho
House of Representatives, two largo
Island views, ono of which is that of
tho Pall, taken from tho Koolau sldo,
nnd which Is, now on exhibition In tho
Promotion rooms. "" " '
Secretary Wood pointed out tho fact
that tho National Geogiaphlcal ,Mag
nzliie contained a group of children
tuUo n In Kaplolanl park. Tho picture
showed children of many untlonnlltlcs.
The New York Herald wroto stating
their willingness to publish tho tern-
peraturo of Hawaii every morning '
along .with that of other famous ro
sorts. Prosont wero: Secretary H. P."
Wood, P. L. Woldron, Wlllard E.
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