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The Little Paint Man says :
When you want fresh paint go to
HALL'S and buy some; don't take it
oF the lawn seats because you can
tret it for nothing. By the way, The
Little Paint Man wanta to know if
four floors do not need touching upt
"v ' they do, Shcrwin-Wiiliaras Porch
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i-iuui, iumuv jciuvi vi iiu. ...
" interest you. rinishes that cover
well and dry nuickly, and, last but
not least, every can has the namej
Sherwin-Williams on it, ana mat
settles the question of quality.
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BACHELORS AND BENEDICTS
WILL CLASH SATURDAY
Harold Clifford and George Angus;
Arts Recruiting Forces For
Qolfing Battle '
Local goiters iiro taking n Brent
deal i)f Interest anil are speculating
ns to the iirobulilo outcome ot tlie
llaclicldr-llcncillct mntcli which will
l.c pulled off ut the Country Club
Pntunlny afternoon. The two teams
hao Iipcii (.elected, anil they arc
(mining religiously for the contest.
The mairlod men trot iiruuml with a
tercno IchiU of perfect content nnil
aliFulutc ronriitcncc, for they are
proud of their prowess.
On the other hanil, the youthful
bachelors are bashful and are not do
ing so much blowing. They realize
that they nrc somewhat Immaturo at
the game, jet they aro yllljng lu
nail feel that they can demonstrate
tho fn"l of their tuporlorlty. They
say that the married men seem to
consider It u crime to ho young. Aiyl
they aim say hut what's the use?
Tho story will he lolil In detail at
the Country Club links Saturday aft
ernoon. Cast your eyes over the following
If there are any othcra who wish to
enlist themselves with cither tcan,
the respective captains aro tho ones
Ixiolc at this:
Married U. II. Paris, M. Phil
lips, J. II. I'lddcs, C. J. HulchliiK,
Frank llalstead, A. (J, llawcs, T. Olll,
S. T. Wilder, II. Hitchcock, II. V.
Murray, I). C. Ilrown, V. M. McCul
leil, C. S. Weight, 12. A. Mott-Smlth.
V. C. Smith, II. S. flrey, A. !'. Judd,
V. L. Waldion. J. O. Young. K. J.
Waterman, Dr. Humphrls, J. U.
Gaines, C. II. High, 0. II. Angus
(captain), C. It. Hcnicnwny, J. Iloth
well, It. A. Jordan.
Singles!--!!. C. Carter, J. It. Cat
Ion, J. V. I'cwlclt, J. Karwcll, W.
Orccnwcir. Wm. Woon, W. William
fon, K. Kdmunds, M. Itohlnson, II.
II. Walker, W. Simpson, 12. L. Hutch
inson, A. P Kwnrt. W. C. Wilder, II.
A. Wilder, II II. Olffard (captain),
K. M. Camphell, .1. C. Kvnns, T. M.
Harrison, I). W. Anderson. W. W.
list nml ho iissiired of tho strength Thayer. Olllo Sorcnson, II. Wnldron,
of eirh aggregation lly tho way, 11. Iloth. V Thompson.
Four Cylinder 7 Passenger Touring Car
fmiiiii at m
Commandor .1. 12. Palmer of tho
I'. S, N., who It Inspector of steels
lor thu cngincellns dcpaitmcnt at
Pittsburg1 mills and ono ot tho lead
ing naval engineers In the rcrvlce,
hus Just concluded a remarkable tent
of automobile efficiency. After go
ing over a dozen or inoro ot tho best
makes from a mechanical point of
view he purchased a Franklin 1G-
RUSSIAN llii'i IS IN
BFST OF FARM
Now York. N. Y.. Mnlch 14,
Ocorgo llackenschnildt, the cham
pion wrestler of the world, who will
meet Prank Gotch, tho Amcrlcnn
thnmnlon. In Chicago 'on April ad.
who arrived In tills city yesterday
tn board tho stcanler'busltnnla, said
ho 'was In good, 'health and conlldent
of Ills ability,,, to ilfcfent the Ameri
can chMniiloii. Tll'o "Itusslan Mon"
WITH IMPORTED MAGNETO.
Our 1008 Models are always ready for inspection at our show
rooEis: demonstrations win m mvcr. it ucstrcu.
I horsepower louring car and kept a ,nys he iloeii, not want to be mlsiin-
I . . . . . r..- !.... ...i ....... f.. !. .. .1..... il.ltn
iccoiil oi us pel luriiiiincvs iui iu ocikiikhi io mo mhr-uwhi- j,,,,,,,...
months. I "I1 would' Uko t have It under-
In a report recently made ho says:' stoiid," ho saldj "that whatever may
My rhlef requisites In an nutonio-, bo tho outcome lit the match between
Mlo arc simplicity ot construction, Gotch and myself It will be an abso-
'Ightness, durability and economy r liitcly square contest. In which the
running and repair. I have driven he.1t man will win."
1772 miles on one set or dry colls
is showing tlie only
Hawaiian iron Fence and lilonumenl Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DIDO.
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'78 1S0 KINO SIRECT
Coyne Furniture Co.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
The Finest Workmanship on the
' leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alalcea and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
' Embroidered, Goods.
aOTEI STKEET NEAR BETHEL.
For Hire or Sale
(nit tor more thnn 3.000 mllce. un
der all sorts ot conditions, havo av
eraged eighteen miles on a gallon ot
gasoline and 2G0 mllos on a gallon
'I consider tho design and con
struction of this typo of car excel
lent. Tho wood sills and full ellip
tical springs maKo It comfortable, rc
imcliig tho strain on tho machinery
In a minimum. This construction Ih
well ad.ipted In tho rough American'
ro.ids. Tho light weight Is easy
o lid economical on tho tires, tho
parts n ro accessible, and tho arrange
ment Is so simple that repairs and
cdjiietmcnts aro easily inado.
"Air cooling as applied to tho gas
cngfno J bcllcvo to bo the coricct
principle Tho auxiliary exhaust Is
an olTectlvo feature, freeing tho cyl
inder of all dirt and carbonized oil,
prceiillng fouling of tho spark
plugs, cooling tho cylinders by an
early exhaust ot hot gaHcs as boon
as they have done their work, and
enabling tho uso ot graphlto with
tho oil, which cconomlzeH oil. Hav
ing had considerable experience, with
graphlto as a cylinder lubricant, I
tonslilcr It one or tho best tor this
purpose. I havo run this machine In
the hottest weather in summer and
tho coldest In winter, up tho steeli
est mid longest hills without tho
slightest difficulty, and when I open
ed the cylinders recently I round tho
walls or tho cylinders and tho piston
rings In pertcct condition."
t. Commander Palmer's familiarity
With steel-making processes has en
abled him also to test exhaustively
tho results ot tho spcclalFrantfllu
heat-treating processes whereby
light weight In working parts Is
gained without 'reducing strength.
Chicago Dally News.
Jt K X
Clarcnco Ileaiimoat, tho crack cm
ler fleldor of tho Doston National
team, will not train In tho South with
tho Delineators, relying on oxeiclso at
his poultry mid cattle farm at Honoy
Driving and Saddle Horses. Rigs of
All Kinds, Careful Driver.
Whiltf llackcnsclimlilt feols fine,
ho Is not quite In the best wrestling
condition. "I havo boon working for
the past year and havo had llttlo
tlmo In which to train, hut I know
that with two weeks In training I
will bo In ported shape,"
To Keep himself In shnpc, on tho
way over tho giant competed In, PO'
lain races on deck and amused tho
strangers by tho swiftness with
which ho could carry his giant size
liom ono bucket to anothor.
When ho was told that (lotch was
a. great wrcstlor, ho Milil: "I'm glnd
to hear' It. If ho Is as good as. ro
ports say ho Is our bout should p'rovo
a good one."
ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR
HIE JPS HENLCV
Now York, N, Y., March 1C. Tho
Amcrlcnn Howlnp Association has Is.
biicil Us formal announcement of thu
plans for tho American Henley oh
May 23d. Thoro will bo twclvo rac
es, all, as usual, at ouo nillo, HSU
Minis straight away. The definition
of tho "scennrt" races Is mndo par
ticularly as explaining that rating
In other organizations docs not nf
icct the right nt ontry.
Note Is inado ot the continued bar
ring ot tho Vesper lloat Club on nc
count of tho trimblo over Aboll's
membership In the Octuhilo race last
Tho club can enter no moro races
until It disavows the action of Its
racing commltteo In this matter.
LOKIH FlilS THREE
MEN IN ONE NIGHT
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
W. C. Feacock & Co., ltd., Auts.
rhlludclphla, Pa March 12.
Young Lo'iighry boxed threa men nt
tho Ilioadway AChlotlc Club to
night, going two rounds against each'
opponent. As all ot tho mon woro
smaller than hlmsolf nnil nono of
them a flrst-clnss boxer, he did not
scoro very heavily, as ho was not nblo
to stiip olthor or them. Tho first
two men woro Willie Lucas and
Jimmy Blinlstor, whom ho outpoint
ed, and tho last was I'hll GrlfTen,
who was entitled to a draw with
It n II
Philadelphia, March 13. At tho In
door track moot or Company C Third
Heglmeiit, National Guard or Pennsyl
vania, hero tonight, F. C. Smlthson of
I'ortlund, Or., representing tho Twon
ly-second Iteglmont of, Now York,
I rciko tho world's record In tho llfty
yard hurdlo for thrco hnrdlou, winning
Irom scratch In C 2-C seconds,
Dope" On Man Who
Will Soon Fight
San I'ranclsco, Cnl March 1C.--The
advent ot 1'ackcy Mcl-'arland,
the Chicago lightweight, who Is 20
years ot ago and has a remarkably
Hood K.istbrn record, so tar as
mutches aro concerned, has stliuu-
lifted Interest -In tho boxing game
unit his final decision to box Jimmy
llrltt before Coffroth's club Instead
ot under tho auspices of Sam llcrgcr
has nlfo stirred up moro than tho
usual amount ot talk. Now blood Is
a good thing in tho light game, oven
though wo have had such rated ex
amples as William: Squires and l'd
ward Kelly nt tho extreme ends of
the pugilistic weights to dwell upon
In tho past. r
McKarlaiiiUhas not yet been scon
In the gymnasium, and his training
will niiturnlly bo postponed by rca
t.on or tho rurthor delay In his fight.
Then! Is, however, an undeiilnhlo In
tercut In tho htrangcr. Tho crowds
fhow'lt on tho street whenever ho Is
In night, and tho whispered word,
Tlioro'H 1'ackcy McKarland" Is al
ways r.uro to attract a gathering.
Ills run I nnmo his full inline Is
1'ntrlcli Mcl-'arland, nnd you .don't
need to bo told, alter hearing tho
name, that bo's an irishman.
How did ho come to bo called I'ac
koy? Well, It was this way. The scrap-
per'o got a llttlo sister. When she
commenced to prattle and notice
things, alio took n decided liking to
big nrothcr. "I'nckey" was as close
as nlio could come to Patrick, and
t'uekey It has been over since.
He's known nlho an tho stqekyards
tighter, hut that's a misnomer It jmi
Imaglno that ho worked lu tho stock-
ards, Ills home wnB Bomo two
miles distant from tho yards, hut
rackoy admits that ho used to stroll
Upwn there once In a while, nnd per
haps that's tho way tho newspaper
men attached the tltlo to him.
"1 never had any real Instruction
In boxing," ho said, ''St least not un
til old man Ollmore took 1110 In hand.
I nlwaj-B liked tho game and when I
was going to tho Sisters' School In
Chicago used to box with tho boys a
McKarland's school days didn't
last very long. Ho Bays ho liked to
play far moro than study, but rath
er wouldn't stand tor that, and ap
prenticed him to a holler works. Hn
stood that gnfT for six uiiinths, nml
Is therefore as much entitled to rc
nownbecauso ho worked in a holler
factory as Joffries.
Pnckoy gradually mixed In the
Hhort-round lights, going away from
home because Chicago wns closed to
tho boxers. Ho line! a few proies-
tlonal lights, ho admits, when ho
again tlabhlad In tho amateur game."
"Thero was nothing stirring," ho
remarked, "ami as thoro was an am-
ntour tournament nt Milwaukee I
wont thoro and entered under the
name of Carl Emerlck. I knocked
nut two fellows nnd won two gold
watches. I gavo one of them to my
father and wear tho other myself."
It was llttlo moro thnn a year ago
that McKarlanil became prominent,
enough to ongage In what tho Chi;
cago contingent terms wind-up
lights. Ho attached himself to Har
ry Ollmore, taking tho latter as his
manager, and since then things
havo been rolling high. Most ot his
fights have beon of Bhort duration,
He has only gone fifteen rounds onco
In his Hfo. That was with Kid Her
man, and tho authorities at Haven
port. Iowa, stipulated In advanco
that fhoro was to bo, no knockout,
merely a boxlngjsxhlhltlijn,
His vices? lie apparently has
none. Ho never touched tobacco In
nil hla lire, and doesn't know what
liquor tns(es llke. ' '
JIls uri'omidlBlitticntR? Ho Is n
Two Windows Full of Dainty
For Ladies and Children
In complete sets and separate garments.
These nrc DIRECT FROM PARIS and have just been
What with baseball bovcii times .1
week, a number ot tug-of-wur tour
naments, tho Hawaiian Kennel Club
lleneh Show, tennis matches, swim
ming, hnnd-ball, polo, nnd perhaps
ciotpict mid marbles, tho sailor lads
from tho I'leet hIhiuIiI manago to bo
entertained during the daytime.
(Klto-nylug Is another sport about
which they will probably ravo.)
it it s:
PmiiI Pnnq. ihn I'Yimehlnnn who
. . ..... . ... ....... tho most Important of these), au
was 1110 ursi m uuii 111 1110 u- ,,, ,.,,, ,. ,, ,,, ,,.,, .,.,.
Tork-lo-Parls autonioulle race, states llcilwl,0ll CUy, nml cr fw of tho
In a Pails interview March 7, that HtmlciitB havo seen tho affair In tho
tho can) would never bo nblo to cross jiaat years. Tho class ciew which
tho American continent on account 'makes tho fattest tlmo ive a cinirsu
Stanford University, Jlaiih 10 Tho
Junior cluss Is now engaged In maklir;
elaborate preparations tor their .luuior
l)ay rcstlWtles to tako placo tho 2(!tli
and 27th or this mouth.
An Interchiss walor tournament will
I bo tho novelty iiRurud -by tho .liiuliu
)ay Committee. On tho" morning of
i March 27th tho programwlll ooni
Imeitco nt In o'clock on l.alto 1igiiiilla',
1 and bIx cwwhi will bo include I In the
robtlvltlos. The liilrrclii'H regjltu la
tho most Important of these, au It
of the bad roads. Attcr once cross
ing tho United States, ho said, tho
j est ut the Journey would be easy
through Alaska and Siberia. The
majority of tho cars nro now well
ucro.'s tho continent. A quitter al
ways has a rummy excuse.
"JlggB" Donahue, ,tho big first
baseman for tho Chicago White Sox,
was iirescnted with n Moral gift tho
first time ho went to bnt at ovcry I
town the team played at on tho trip
to the Coast. It "Jlggs" is popular
111 the States, his brother Pat Is an
Idol In Honolulu. Seems to run In
Alexander Htiino Kord Is a surf
:: tt x:
Frank Chci;ry-"PcanuU" rnco this
HANS WAuNEll ?S OUT
OF BASEBALL FOR SEASON
Pittsburg, Pa., March 12. Hans
Wagner, tho champion batsman ot
tho National League, today announc
ed that ho will not play baseball at
all this season. Ho Intends to re
main on his rami near hero during
tho ontlro Bummer. It Is Bald Wag
ner Is dlssallslled with tho money
inducements offered him and Is un
willing to sign without u substan
k :: a
Meeting of tho Palama Athletic
Club tonight at Its hall at 7:30.
Tho Now York (Hants played Ihcl,-
first spring training game at Dallae,
Texan, Matthowson, Ames and Me-
rjlnnlty being used In tho box
marked out by buoys will bo awarded
their class numerals. Thu r.ieo will
bo between four-iureil crows.
it n n
The following aro among tho.'o
from whom tho Miller Btieet basket
ball team will bo chosen: Manuel
Perrelra, Krank llraveo, Chas. (Hill
land, Ceo. Madeira, Wllllapi llraveot .
Manuul Phillip, and Joo Santos.
. ;: u t:
An minomiccniunl conies fiom San
ta Hos.i that Louis Lambert, tho ,
champion sprlutor, will b 11 com-'
potltor at tho P. A. A. games. Lam
bert is making good time in tho hun
dred. ii n u
Tho, annual meeting or the Ha
waii Yacht Club will bo seld Satur
day night when tho now year's oin
(cra will ho elected. The niii(iial
hunfl.net will bo given attcr tho meet
ing.' t: it ii
Henry Clillllngworth will lead tho
High School baseball team this year.
They will practise- this atternoou nt
tho Hoys' Kleld. . .
ti tt a
Tho Diamond Head baseball lean,
will practise Hits, afternoon at Aula
IM Sl WINS
Tim High School basketball team
turned tho trick on tho Norma) ag
gregation to tho tune of L'2-l-' es
lerday afternoon in agamo that was
woll contested, It rough. Llndsoy of
Iho Normals and Mnrcalllno or tho
High were tho star players.
Tho noxt gsimo will bo played
r.oxt Saturday at tho High School)
grounds, This will bo tho last meidy
lug nf tho year.
toiler skate 'fiend, and, Ilka tho gill
in tho lilayr"coull JUst do dancing."
Ho Is, further, a tennis enthusiast,'!
and with dllmoro holds tho doubles
ehamplonship at Austin, 1)1., wher
ever thnt Is1.
And Hint's about enough concern
ing Packoy's personality,
H H h
111', OF WAD
Colonel Sam Johnson is working
up n proposition to hold a tug-of-war
tournament here, so thnt the best
team In the Islnnds may bo picked,
Teams trom different nations will bo
selected, and give a try-qut. The
Idea Is to try conclusions with the
heavyweights nt the Klcot whon It
Is here, .
Special Sale of
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" 10 ...,.... 100 yd.
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" 40 V 1 150 yd.
" 60 200 yd.
" 80 "50 yd.
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SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, MARCh'21,
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
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