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RVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, MAIl. 17, 1008.
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 furnac to cool it?
Then why do it in an automobile t
A gasoline engine makes power by turning gasoline into heat. The
hotter you can run it without igniting jour lubricant, the greater efli
ciency you get out of your fuel.
The Franklin air-cooled motor normally runs at about 350 degrees,
'iot enough to get high efficiency out of the gasoline but cool enough to
lie well below the burning point of oil.
A water-cooled motor docs not normally get hotter than 212 degrees;
at that temperature the water boils auay and there is trouble. Hence
nil water-cooled motors are under a heavy handicap, because they work
at about 138 degrees below the point of maximum efficiency.
d The Franklin motor car gets more aotual 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 paits means repair-economy.
Combine all these advantages pnd you have the motor car that you con
afford to own.
Franklin Air-Coolcd cars arc ran with the greatest 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 hottest ns well as th? coldest localities.
Ask the Honolulu users of Air-Cooled Franklins whether they keep
cool on the hottest days or not. They will tall vou.
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H Utk side, or hind in the had;, or pinch in front, Ms
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balance. They do not ride up on one
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WITH IMPORTED MAGNETO.
Our 1908 Models ae always ready for inspection at our show
rooms; demonstrations will bi given if desired.
Galvanized Iron and Steel Si
need a covering that i. protective, decorative, and LAST
ING. Common paint ii pntcctive and decorative for awhile
but it docs not LAST because it will not adhere to it long.
The combination of lnrdness and elasticity on the surface
cause the paint to peel and crack in a short time. It needs
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The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Oj'bway of Y B A. J. O. C, No. G0247,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2304, at service at $10,
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PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
Four Organizations Are
The following nrottho entries for
the Y. M. C A. track meet ut tho
llojsj Field on Saturday:
Y. SI. C. A. I
440 yards: 1. A. llechert, J. Carey.
880 yards: F. A. llechert, J. Cur
es, C. D. Mclvln, U. W. Collin.
One mile: K. A. llechert, J. Carey, '
C. Hunn, C. I) Melvln, K. V. Cor
220 Jiinln: J. Cuiey, V. McCuugh-.
liuidk-x: (loo Warren, J. U. Cock
Shot: Clifton Tracy, Illchard Von
Imlzen, Uco. K. Kwallko, II. S. Chan
dler, C. II. Mcdcalf.
Hammer: Clifton Tracy, It. Vcn
hulzcn, (1. K. L'wnllko, II. 8. Chan
Pole: A. Delanux, J. Ken, !'. 8.
High Jump: I'. S. Warren, J. Kca,
A. Delanux, O. Warren.
Half mile relay.
CHINESE ATHLETIC CLUB
100 lards: En Sue I'une. J. Lo. J.
220 jnuls: En Sue Tung, J. Lo, Ah
Chuck, J. Hoy.
440 yards: Hang Chack.
880 yards: Vcn Sue, Hang Chack.
One mile: Xeo Kn, Wall Knl
llro.id Jump: En Sue I'ung, J. I.o,
J. Amoy, J. Hoy.
High Jump: J. I.o, K. Y. Chlng.
Polu: J. Amoy, J Hoy, Ah Soy.
Hummer: Ah So).
Shot: Ah Soy.
Hair mile lelay: En Suo I'ung, J.
i.o, J. Woo. J. Amoy, J. Hoy, Hang
50 yards (special): Kn'Suo I'ung,
J Loo, J. Woo,
KAMEHAMEHA THACK TEAM
50 yards (special): 1 Mackenzie,
J. McC.tndlcss, W. Desha, C. Lyman,
100 jnrds: F. Mackenzie, C. Ly
man, V. Desha, E. Murray, A. Ala
ma 220 yards: J. McCamlless, F. Mac
kenzie, C Lyman, W. Deshu, E. Mur
uy. 440 ards: L. Holsteln, D Kumal-
pill, A. Akana, J Pa, II. Maby.
880 ards: .1, Wright, A. Whiting,
T Norton, II Suwnguchl, 11. Maby.
One mile: A. Whiting, T. llartels, '
II Sawaguchl, L. Wilght, II. Maby. i
Halt mile relay: C. Lyman, W. IV-'
tha, T. Mackenzie, J. McCandlcss, E.
Murray, I". Cummlngs, J. I'a, a.
ilioad Jump: J. McCuudless, F.
Mackenzie, W. Desha, J. Hal, A. Lo
ta, C. Lyman.
One mile relay: L. Holsteln, D. Kn
muloplll, J. I'a, I). Maby, J. Kapu, C.
Livingston, II, Kithlkl, A. Akana.
High Jump: W. Desha, J. McCand
lcss, J. Hal, A. Lota, D. Makekati
Shot: I'. Kanue, O. Jones, C. Ma
kanul, E. Camphull, C. Kiilllhlwa.
Pole: J. McCuudless, F. Macken
zie. J. Hal. A. Iloblnson. V. Desha,
J. Joslah, J. Lachat
Hammer: F. Kanae, C. Kuilllilwa,
H Kaicpana, L. Kaapana, II. Ilobln
ton Huidles: A. Lota, II. Kahlkl, I.
Kallmapehii, W. Puaol, J. Pa.
Team coptnlns: J. McCundless, r.
IU0 yards: V. Ilice. Hung Yau,
Sing Hung, W. Hampton.
440 ) arils: W. Illco, IS. Andrews, S.
L. White, W. Hampton. I
Mile: A. IC. Norton.
Broad Jump: V. Illce, Umetaro
Okumuru, Hang Yau, W. Hampton.
Pole: E. Andrews, G, Mossman.
220 yards: W. nice. Hung Yau,
Sing Hung, W. Hampton, E. Au
drows, 8. L.' White.
880 yards- W. Illce, J3. Andrews,
A. K, Norton. ,,
Hurdles: E. Andrews, L. Achleu,
V. Marcallino, Sing Hung.
High Jump: E. Andrews, V. Mni
calllno. Sing Hung". ,i
Shot: E. Andrews' W King, i. rL,
White, Sum Wight? V I
Half nnd mlo relays: W. Illce, E.
Achleu, S. L. White. A. K. Norton,
Sing Hung,vl(ung Ynu. Marlnlchl,
W. Hampton, G. Dwlght, E. An
drews. The CO-yard dash for tho gold mod
al presented by the Knllhl Athletic
Club will not appear on the program,
being n special ovent. Entries for
this race will bo received right up lo
'tho olllcluls of tho meet will be as
Referee: Dr. Hand.
Tiack Judges: Charles Kltts, Ed
Tnww T'niil flimnp
Plelcl Judges: Alan Lowrcy, 1 B.
Stecro, Mr. Arnold. '
EDITED BY CHARLES C. ALBRIGHT.
Timers. Hen Clarke,, K. U. IJlan-
Btnrterl Heed, of Oalnt College.
Clerk pt courbo: Sam Johnson.
Annoilnter- John Anderson.
Marshal Chief Talor.
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NowYork, March S, Athletic
tinlners, including Emlc It. HJert
berg of tho Irish-American Athletic
Club, bclleic they hao found a
quarter-mile i miner who will one
day peat tho world's record.
Arthur II Cozzens, n Brooklyn
schoolboy, has done somo grcnt run
ning, esprclall) In relay races, for
the llrooMjn Manual High School,
lnd has never fulled to defeat his
rivals at this distance. Because of
his Hpccd tho school holds a number
of lnterscholastle records.
Cozzcns Is not jet 18 ears old. In
accordance with tho advlco of nth
letic tralneis, ho will not attempt to
enter any or the big athletic clubs
until he has reached an ago whro
ho will bo better ablo to stand tho
hard training required of an all
SWIMMFRS TO FORM
New York March 7 Pronounced
Interest In the swimming matches In
Mudtson Square (lurden during tho
past few tints hns given tin Impetus
to the movement for organizing a
twlmmlng association, Independent
Inltself, but subscribing to Amateur
Athletic Union regulation. Tho plan
tins been discussed with much inter
est by tho swimmers gathered to
participate in the Sportsman's Show
events, tho idea ns tentatively work
ed out .being to organize a boly
which would devote Its entire ef
forts to building up this one branch
:: a u
Notices have, been sent out to the
members of the Hawaiian Gun Club
to the effect that the Ninth Semi
Annual dhootrjf tho club will be held
nt the iiuVb rnpge, Ala Moann dilve,
on March 22rtfl, matches starting
promptly at -10:30 n. m. Irwin
Spalding Is secretary of the club.
C Lewis vo?i from J. Caicy, Ki-4,
II. Johnson' won fioni J. Herrlot,
Paul Schmidt won from C. Lewis,
colto won rrom P. Schmidt, 11-15,
Baptist won fioin Herrlot, 15-1,
II Chandler won from Venhiilzcn,
J. Nott won from Axtell, 16-7,
J. Nott won fiom Vonhulzen, 15.
J. Nott won from II. Nltkclscn,
I .'.-::, 1 11-15, 15-12.
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HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS
Ilerkeloy, Mutch 5. Managor Ir
win Berry of tho Berkeley High
School tennis team has arranged for
.i tournament with Oakland High on
Wulter Miller, "Cilcket" Kelly
nnd Clifford Gilbert lead the Jockojs
in winning mounts during one week
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Ed, Suhr of Wiesbaden, Wllhelms
hocho, Germany, hag sent u donation
of ?50 to the yacht Hawaii.
Return of the Universal Favorites,
Lilliputian Opera Comp'y
50 CUTE. CUNNING and CLEVER
'BELLE OF NEW YORK"
Perfect Scenic Productions in Every
PRICES: 25c, 50c, and 75c. Box
MATINEES: Children, 25o; Ad-
Plunges Into Water And
Brings. IJp Almost
Thto ctnolncmfwyp cmfwypvbgka
The following clipping from n He
dondo, California, paper Is self-explanatory.
George Kreeth was per
haps one of tho best all-round ath
letes that Honolulu ever turned out.
The Iledondo paper says:
Tho Iledondo plunge was the
scene of a rather spectacular rescuo
on Washington's Birthday last, when
Geo, Krecth, the well-known surf
boaid rider and swimmer, plunged
into the water and Uiought Carl
Bamly up from the bottom, almost
lifeless, Mr, Bamly was finally
brought around after some hard
work nnd wns able to go to his homo
in Los Angeles. Tho bravery of
I'rcctli can not bo spoken of too high
ly, ns ho had been up from a sick
bed but two dajs, when he made tho
hazardous plunge, and wns also ham
pered by wearing heavy clothing. Mr.
Free th Is a member of tho Diamond
Head Athletic Club of Honolulu, II.
I., and was ono of tho life-saving
coips nt Venice last summer.
When he was here Krceth made a
great name for himself ns an uthlcte
in all branches of sport. This rescue
is not the first one for him, cither,
lor ho hns saved several other lives
in the East. At one time in the East
he sacd three people from drown
ing. 1'iectli was n member of the Dia
mond Head Athletic Club, and was a
ttar plijcr on both the football and
I nscbull teams. He was n crack
football plajcr. His best stunt was,
however, in the water. He was fast
and strong, never seeming to the.
Puncy diving was an art with him,
:.nd it was no trick ut all for tho lad
to leap from dizzy heights. As a
turf-board rider he had nd equal in
tho Island, and it was for the pur
pose of teaching the people at the
California beaches how to ride a
board that he went to tho Coast. At
one lime ho was swimming Instructor
nt the Hotel Baths.
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Chicago, March 6. Thiough n
new ruling cabled fiom Purls )es
tcrduy, tho Amcilcnn cur entered In
Ilia Now York to Paris automobile
laco has an opportunity to make u
ruiiuwiiy" of It after reaching Seat
tle. The race was so timed that all
the racers could reach Seattle be
tween March 8 and 10, when the
boat to carry them across the water
would sail. It was understood thnt
those not there when tho boat de
parted wero disqualified.
When tho bad roads and Bnow
dilfts woro struck n "gontlomen's"
agreement was entered into, where
by it was understood thnt every car
Phnuld do Its level best until March
5 or 0 Just ns It suited and then
inrs should bo sent by train to Seat
tle On tho presumption that this agree
ment wns still In effect, tho Germans
and the French did not hurry much
In reaching Chicago, figuring that
they could ship thoir cars from this
city. They were, therefore, much
chngilned last night upon receiving
cable Instiuctlons to proceed to 8m
Francisco under their own power und
tnko a later boat out of San Fran
cisco, Tho Frenchmen left Chicago today
and tho Germans will depart Sunday,
Diamond Head' baseball team will
pructtsd this afternoon at Aula Park.
Uso of the league grounds probably
may be had about (he last of tho
week. Tho first practise game will
then be arranged. , '
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"If tho Lady Maud Is strictly a
yawl-rlgged boat, ,tbo Hawaii will
inive", all the advin'tngo in both
ltiufeh an'd smoofh weather," said a
prominent yachting man this morn
ing, it u u
Tho hoaidlng-laddor for the jjpcht
Hawaii, presented by C. Hedemann,
has been received and Is now on ex
hibition In Socrotary Mclnerny's
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Tho Chicago White Sox invadod
the Berkeley Collego campus nnd
took tho varsity team Into camp by a
storo of 10 to 7.
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Pncky McFailand has arrived in
Special Sale of
Monday, March 16
Well made and of good washable materials. Sizes from
4 to 14 years. PRICE5 FROM 50 CENfSUP.
Han Francisco from Chicago nnd Is
beginning to train for his light with
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Stnnford University won tho track
meet March 8 with Unlvorstty ot
Southern California by tho over
whelming bcore of ,97 1-2 to 27 1-2.
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Tho California Jockey Club has
hung up two additional purses, each
of $2000 added, to be contested for
The proposed tramp of the Pacific
Social Club last Sunday should have
been altered to n swimming pnity.
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The registration committee of Pa
cific Coast nthletcs has decided thnt
llalph Hose Is nut a professional.
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Tho yawl Lady Maud must have a
superfluity of room when alio is ablo
to carry a crew of fifteen men.
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Mrs. J. II. Clark won Stnto golf
championship of California by de
feating Miss Allco Hager.
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Tho Seals took n double-header
from tho White Sox nnd Los Angeles
also waded Into them.
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The yacht Hawaii will, in nil, car
ry eleven men on her trip to nnd
from the Coast.
The Automobile Show recently
loscd In San Frnnclsto was1 a com
t: t: tt
K. II. Lewis hns purchased a J 4 000
Frunklln car from E. O. Hall & Son.
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The Riverside. Lcaguo will have no
baseball games Sunday.
PAT DONAHUE IS
Word comes fiom'tho north, that
Pat Donnhuo will not hnvo a trial
with Boston after all. The Ameri
can Leaguo club has turned him over
tc Toronto, whero Sam Mortcs will
flay. Crlger and McFnrlnnd will bo
the main squeezes behind the plate
for Boston this year. Pat won't like
the shirt a bit. Ho wns anxious to
go into the big bush, for he was am
bitious to make a name for himself.
As long as ho was a minor leaguer
he would havo much preforred stick
ing with Portland.
The House Commltteo begins the
probing or the submarine boat scandal.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
will be offered at prices ranging from 25 Per Cent, to 50 Per Cent.i
Reduction from regular prices, as follows: ,.
MEN'S COL. and BLK. FELT
$2.00, 12.50. 13.00, J3.G0; NOW
A New Stook of DERBYS; formoily 13,00, 13.60; NOW $2.25
MEN'S STRAW HATS, 35o, 50c,t75c, $1,00,1 $1.25, $1.50,
$.2.00, $2.50; WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. '
MEN'S MANILA HATS,$1.50, $2.00 j A Very Close Imitation
of a Fine Panama Hat,
MEN'S CAPS, 35c, 50c, 85c, $r.00, $1,50,"' $3.00. -Here we
have the New AUTOMOBILE CAP.
BOYS' STRAW HATS, 25c. 35c, 50o, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 j
WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY!
BOYS' FELT HATS, $2.00; Reduced From 13.00.
CAPS, 25o, 35c, 75c, S1.00.
PANAMA HATS, 10.00, 112.00 and 15.00 quality ALL
REDUCED TO $7.50.
This includes the 1008 S tyles.
TO, HIR TOM
A continuous lino of eager thentro
goers from nlno In llio morning until,
six at night Is something new for Ho
nolulu, yet thnt it what happened at
the Orphciim box-ofilcu jesterdny. Thu
lino was unbroken all day and thero
promises to bo a repetition of tho
same condition todny Not only wns
tho box ofllco besieged 'during tho day
but was obliged to bu open until after
midnight by pleased patrons who weiu
anxious to take tlmo by tho forelock.
Tho management wishes to an
nounce paosltlvoly that no tickets will
bo held for anono after 8 o'clock thu
nights of the performances.
Tonight's play will bo tho clover
comic-opera "Tho Toy Maker." It Is
full or pleasing music and nnhislng
climaxes. Tcddlo Mac.Namara will
icpresent the toymaker; the Helntz
twins will take tho parts or counts;
Ivy Pollard will reprete'it hu doll and
Lllllo Bull Mill Impersonate l-aiicelot,
the hero or tho play."
Among the clever songs will be
"Fishing" by Ivy Pollard, and a duet,
"May I," by Lllllo Bull and Ivy Pol
lard. Many good Bpeclaltleu will bu
The Pollards have more than nbilu
good and aro assured ot liberal patron
tigo so long ns they remain hero. "Tim
Toymaker" will be repeated tonioirow
night nnd also in tunioi row's matinee.
Thursday nnd Friday's bill will bu
Belle or Now York."
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Thero will be a moonlight band con
cert this evening ut 7:30 at Thomas
Square. Following Is tho program:
Grand Mnnli "Kiunehameha". Burger
Overture "Birthday" Suppo
Intermezzo "Black and Whlto".Halot
Detection "lilsh" O'Donmmin
Vocal Hawaiian Sougs...ar. by Burger
Selection "St. Pntrlck'B Day" ....
Wultz ovo's Old Sweet Songs" .
Finale "Tho Wcailng of tho Green"
"Star Spanglou" Banner."
Itall freight rates from Northeih
Paclflc-.coinmon points In Montana
to Chicago Jq Jjcon reduced from
16 cepta toM2i cents, according to
word 8ent the-railroad commission.
T.hU,i3 .the result ,qka now agree
ment made by tho Northern Paclllc
with tho Burlington.
Mnry Cashman, alleged faith fa
ker, said to have Influenced patient
lo Blgn over ICE00 property by ire
tending sho was "Jehova."
BULLBT'N AnB. PAY
HATS, roimepy j.&q,i.u,i
$1.25, $i.5o, $J.75,- $2.00; 2.25,
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