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WHITNEY & MARSH I
In our home decorations. A
Mahogany or Oak color al
ways gives the wood-work of
a room a godH appearance.
Over old paint or new wood
produces good results. It
stains and varnishcs at the
same time. Is made in Oak,
Cherry, Mahogany, Rose
wood, Walnut, Ebony. You
will be surprised at the ease
with which you can entirely
change the appearance of
your room. Let us tell you
some good things we know
about the Stain.
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I News lins been recoiled that ono
of tlio best games of baseball bo far
ever pla)eil at l.alialna came off thcro
en the afternoon of the 11th Inst, j
The competitors were teams from tho
Young Star ana tlie Konn noys cuius
and the game resulted In, a victory
for the Konn Hoys by the profession
al ecorc of 3 to 2. An Immense
crowd witnessed the game, which
was of Interest throughout, the run
getting being confined to single tal
lies only in the Innings obtained and
the teams were tied In the ninth, in
the eleventh the Kona Hoys got the
winning one nnd became victors. Fol-
' lowing were the teams, with sum-
niary of the game:
Young Stars Stephen Harrow, c;
Jos Nallait, p; Sam Kaaluahl, lb;
Victor l'nlaklko, 2b; John Nahclc
awc, Ub; Adam Kealakai, ss; Antone
Urncc, If, Aslti. cf; Win. Aklonn, rf.
Kona Wnllnce Nnope, c; Itobert
Kuhauplo, p: David Joe, lb; Victor
Klnolua, 2b, Jos. Kuknhl, 3b; Moses
Kiiwahu. us; Antone Kchele, If; lib
en Paauhati, cf; Robert Nuuhlwa, rf.
Score by Innings:
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Kona 000010100 0 1 3
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Home run: Moses Knwaha. Two
base hits. Victor I'alakIKo, Knlamn,
Kiihuupiu, Naape. Three-base hits:
Antone Kehele. Moses Knwnhn.
Struck out: by Itobert Kuhauplo, 10;
Joj N'allau, 9. 1'ast.ed balls: Wal
lace Naope. 3; Stephen 1 la now, 4.
liases on balls: off Itobert Kuhauplo,
".; Jos. Nallau, C. Double play: vic
tor PalnKIIAi-Aiitone Grace.
Time of gamo: 1 hour 30 minutes.
I I'mplres: Clias Nnope and Clins.
I lla.n Iknnr.
Solomon Knln and il-
LtiirjilaXjt.iJJr.y n i m HBWiBMHBfcBKifcM
While W II. Shipley of Philadel
phia, referee In the gieat Interna
tional cable chess match between
Amcilcan and llrltish uulversltlei,
has nol formally rendered his deci
sion. It 16 unofficially declared thnt
the contest played Mnrch 31 Is a
drnw, each side having made three
points This makes the match a
draw, and tho ltlce trophy icmalns in
England Three matches havo bean
won by Englnnd, and America has
won one match antfdrnwn four.
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Klro destroyed a barn on the Elin
doif fa i in at Lexington, Ky., April
3rd, and thlrty-tlirca mares and elev
en colts, all thoroughbreds, weie lost
in the Ilamc3. .
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They havo koiuo fast ball games on
tho Coatt, too, Lately tho Stocktons
defeated tho Alamcdas In a 12-ltinlng
gamu by a score of 3 to 1. I
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Snn rrnnciHco's, yacht racing coni
mencos on t lid 2.rth Inst., and the .
yachts arc nearly nil now In com
Tho story goes that a young I'hll
iidclpiiln millionaire Is matched to
light "Philadelphia" Jack O'llrlen.
The Al Kan fiiuui n and Jim Flynn
contest is the next event of noto in
the tquared circle.
In view of tho coming wrestling
match between Hans Kroolecher nnd
Frank Knnac, which Is set to take
place at the Urphcuni, in this city, it
Is well to know something of the
dlfCoicnt dangerous holds. An ex
change notes thnt all matches nro
now jnnde Btrnlglit catch-ns-catch-enn,
with strnnglc hold barred. This
is in line with tho nrrnngements
I made for all matches during tho past
fow years, and Is another evidence
that n genuine attempt Is being made
to eliminate a cause of unnecessary
1 danger formerly associated with tho
sport. There can bo no question con
cerning the buitnllty or the strangle
holds. On jnnny occasions in the
past when Strangle!' Lewis nnd oth
ers made frequent use of them, they
I caused unconsciousness, nnd once or
twice denth resulted. They havo Ions
since been ban id by the Amateur
The holds aro of several kinds, ami
perhaps because of the many ways In
which they can be applied, adapted
, and modified, the general public, and
1 even come regular patrons of wrest
ling exhibitions, have more or lcoi
vnguo Ideas as to Just what consti
tutes a strangle bold. Speaking gen
et ally, the hold may be described ns
an nttempt to apply prcssuro In one
form or another to an opponent's
throat, depriving lilm of bicuth and
temporarily choplng him. Generally
an attempt is made nt the same time
to apply a rorrcbpoiidlng pressure to
the back of the head, so as to acccl-
eiate the effects of this treatment.
nnd more quickly lender the subject
Tho opening most frequently
sought In the old dujB of profession
al wrestling was uuualy obtained bj
executing n feint that caused tho op
ponent to lower his liancb for n mo
ment, wheicupon his forearm was
quickly pressed against his Adnin'rf
apple, and it gilp secured high up on
the neck, so that his head was
.brought. forward simultaneously. Tho
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effect1' was visible almost immediate'
ly, for. If. the sufferer did not break
the hold"" by exerting extrnordlnnry
f (length on tho elbow of tho arm
uinwn ncross his throat, a fall fol
lowed In short lorder.
I Tlio,jBtr.iinglo from the rear, .f
Piopcrly seemed, was even moro ter
ilble. Not only did tho left arm go
aiouud the tflroat, while the light
piessed the head forward, but the
fart that this rjght could bo re-en-fmced
by added pressure from tha
holder's forehead and stiong neck
niuccles made It moic quickly effect
ive, while the very position of tho
vlitlm mudo tt moie difficult, to
If a- wrestler came to the floor on
all fours, anil his opponent succeeded
i In obtaining n strangle. It was the
pan of discretion to assist In tho
turnover thnt would bring tho shoul
ders to the mat and end the bout, in
I cases such as this tho left nrm en
circled tho throat, tho hand grasping
the right shoulder of tho unfortu-
Mu.to, and In this way obtaining ad-
MlOfi lijfll HAVERS
The Riverside Junior llnseball
League held their rcgulnr meeting
liiBt evening. Ileslde tho presenta
tion of n report from tho treasurer
of $33.60 being In tho treasury tho
other business transacted was a de
cision that the finishing games be
tween the Oilcntnls and Annlas shall
lake placo on the 17th nnd 18th Insts
Friday nnd Saturday, Instead of on
Sunday, tho lUth.
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The second gnmo at Anla Park
next Sunday will bo between the An
las and Chinese Alohns to dccldo the
championship of the first scries,
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Tho Knmohnmohn School bnseball
team has settled down to work ngafn
preparatory to Its contests with tho
other higher schools.
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Manager Fernandez has a covetous
eye on the 1908 pennant nnd tho
Diamond Heads are going to make n
great try for It.
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Glcason considers that bis team
will be sure winners, ns usual, this
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The Kallhl Athletic Club will meet
nt Its rooms this evening nt 7r30
George Foster, n late arrival and n
countryman of Will Prcstldgc, both
being Australians, has shown up ut
nnd taken part In" Borne of tho prnr
tlsa whestles at tho Orphcum. Al
though not In condition ho shows mi
well nnd probably will get In tho
game if opportunity offers.
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Jimmy Spencer Is looking forward
to a tustle with Sailor Roberts pio
vlded tho bluejacket will give Inti
mation In time, so that ho (Jim)
I may have opportunity to train. Fos
ter Is reported to hnvo an cyo on
Jimmy nnd tho latter Is Just now re
turning the look.
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Roberts, tho Iroquois sailor. Is
rcemlngly In love with tho game. Ho
is always the first ono to show up nt
the exercise hour nnd tho last one to
put his togn on to leave. Ho Is hard
ns a board, his stomach and leg mus
cles being stiongly dovelopcd.
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Kaunhl, tho nnttvo longshoreman
who is to go up again Roberts on
Saturday, Is In excellent condition,
strong as a bull and quite advanced
In his knolwcdgo of tho wrestling
game. He will piovo a hard game
for Robeits to down.
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Fioelecher, "linns" for short, is
doing well at his woik and promises
to be In every way lit for the Satur
day evening's wrestle.
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Thero should bo a well-llllcd houso
at the Orpheuni on the evening of tho
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the days on
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ties for Easter The Largest Dis
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open for Inspection.
Particular attention-to Island orders.
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Repaired by our Auto Expert.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
a w j a
Aala Park will havo tho public baud
conceit this evening at 7;30. Follow
ing s tho program :-
March "Thtough Iluttlo to Victory"
Overture "The Tattooed Man" . .
Jdltlonul leverage, while the right
hand bore down an ine back of tho
head. Half suffocated at the out
set, tho under man had neaicd the
btrungulatlon point In about ono sec
ond if ho did not show his desire to
1 Rough tnctlcs on tho mat are not
. what the spectutors of a wrestling
mulch caio to see, and they are very
I piompt to hthK and hoot nt an offend
(I who resorts to unfair methods
Begins on MONDAY, the 13th
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY P0R SOME
"REDFERN" and "WARNER'S RUST-PR00F."
IN ALL DESIRABLE STALES.
Gavotte "Dawn of I.ovo'
Vocal Hawaiian BOiiKs..ar. by Merger
Selection "Old Folks at Ilumo'
Intermezzo "1lack and Whlto" . .
when his scientific efforts provo un
available. i a tt tt
Quadrille "In Musk"
?: raws in Hi
. FOR AUTO llffi
Trenton, N. J., March 31.
Your Milkman Charges You
,' For Water
We don't mean to make the assertion that he has ADDED water to
the milk he sells you,
But in its natural state, nearly all milk is 87 per cent, water. And
when you pay 12c. per quart, you are helping to defray the cartage and
freight charge on this water. BUY '
and add the water (which we have removed) in your own kitchen. You
get a pure, sterilized product, richer in "butter-fat," and which will go
farther tlian milk you buy of your milkman, to say nothing of tin conve-
nience in use. ' '
You Won't Need Half So Much "Shortening" in Your
Cooking, U You Use CARNATION MILK.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
. PHONE 22.
The pride of tills Paradise of the
I'aclflc, that pretty specimen of local
naval architecture, the yacht Hawaii,,
is again In tho wuter, having been
lowered from the marine railway on
Monday, after rccelvingrtomo needed
refurbishing In paint below her wa
ter line. After being in the water
"the Hawaii was made ready for the
stepping of her spars and a little
after noon yesterday ulio was taken
alongside tho bark Kllkltat. Cap
tain Cutler, with n colerlty that was
convincing thnt ho know his busi
ness, placed tho musts in position,
Today tho Hawaii Is In tho bunds of
riggers, who lire staying tho masts.
Senate last night passed tho Krellng
huysen automobile hill. Among tho
changes' In the piesent law are:
Registration fees aro raised from
tho present rates of $3 for vehicle
below 30-horscpower and $5 for thoso
of 30-horsepower or more to $3 for
vehicles below 10-horscpowcr, $5 for
vehicles between 10 and 30-horscpower,
and $10 for vehicles 30-horsepower
It Increases the driver's license
fees from 91 and S2 to 12 and 14.
'Manufacturers' licenses nro to bo Is
sued annually nt tho feo of S25 for
five cars. Not moro than five cars
can bo driven under ono manufac
turer' license If tt Is desired to
register less than llvo cars under the
manufacturers' license tho feo will
be $5 for each car so registered.
Motorcycles will hereafter pay a
registration fee of J2 and carry such
identification marks us may bo pio
scribed by tho commissioner ofmotnr
vehicles. All registration certificates
and all drivers' licenses ahull hero
after explre-on Dec. 31 of each year.
Tho rescue of ni unconscious wom
an nnd four firemen, ovcrcomo by gas
forms dramatic incidont In u lire in
n Clement street, Snn Kiuneisco,
apartment limine, stalling from an ox
Conie and see our 1908
Pope - Hartford
"HELD HIQH IN PUBLIC ESTEEM"
Write us for the booklet wherein is told how and why thl'
D . . TT a m4 t a ! n tfOTKn Art 2- UaIJah f r1 a 4 Vint nl.. I
u i c nuiiiuiu,ui yiuu.w is ucuc veuue i"yt'f -tiijr
other automobile in- the world, irrespective of price, hor'er,
or number of cylinders. r.
Von Hamm- Young Co., Ltd.
Have You Read
PRISONERS OF CHANCE
THE DISSOLVING CIRCLE
THE HEART OF A CHILD
THE ANCIENT LAW
ALICE FOR SHORT
William do Morgan
They are some of the best books of the season.
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