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25-inch Pennsylvania Pony or 2-man mower, which is just
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COLDWELL'S HORSE MOWERS. We have the 30
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OYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW Proprietor: late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Hew. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
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W. C. Peacock & Co., ltd.,
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ASSOCIATEDGARAGEfLtdiVn "ami? " Youn
nt the automobiles, buggies and car
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THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
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Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
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C. H. BEHN
NEWSPAPER LEAGUEl wis
MAY VFT RFSIIMF I FIRST (All IN PARIS
iimi mntflUMC BUT AMERICAN CAR WlliS
n .... I. . I'AltlS, Prance, July 27. Tho
UalTlGS btlll L)npl3y6uJ Ocrmnn I'roUis cur In tho New York-
Unnrrrt MnJnl Dnnrltf to-Pnrls rncc readied the French cap-
nUUgS ITieaai neaUy Ital nt 6:15 o'clock last night, cscort-
Pnr Ulnnan led by enthusiastic antomoblllstB, com-
rOl nlnnBr plellng a rcm.irlnllc run from Vlnd-
. Ivostok nnd winning tho trophy of-
Tho Newspaper League Is not alio- fercrt by the Grand Duko Vladimir of
Bother dead, lit fnct, there seems to Russia to the ear which should nr-
lc nn imilcrstniulliig thiit the rcninln- rlvc In Paris Hint. I
ilor of the scrlo of this Icnctin la to I The Thonnis car '.z expected to nr
BECKLEY CUP RACE
ON Am SUNDAY
Five Entries For Race
That Was Failure
Tho llccKley Cup will again bo
culled for next Sunday, the rara to
Btart at 10 o'clock In the morning.
This rnCe was sailed somo time ago
be pliijed off after the visiting teams rlvo In Paris on Tuesday. with three entries, tho Kant, aiadys,
from tho Orient nnd tho Const havo Tho Ucrmiiu automobile was greet- nnd Ilclcnc. but had to bo dcclnrcd
left, lint not many of tho players ,cd with loud cheers by the Sunday off, as Young Ilrothcrs failed to have
havo understood this, and the qucs- promonad'ers ns It swept mi tho tho stake-boat out nt tho tlmo Bet,
tlon has been asked, What has be- crowded boulevards to tho finishing nnd tho turn off Diamond Head was
como of tho Newspaper League? post, escorted by a large number of mado at tho wiong time, nnd much
Well. It Is nlmost as nllvo as ever, automobiles. Lieut. Kocppcn, tho at the wrong place.
In prospect, ho It understood. James ctcrnn of many n hard-fought bat- Entries this time arc plenty. Tho
W. W. Ilrewster stated this morning tlo with terrlllc Siberian roads, look- Knm will of eourso bo there, sanguine
that It has been arranged to decide cd travclworn, but declared himself of first honors, nnd with her tho
tho mutter of the outcome, of this bo- In good condition. jllclcno, Gladys, Knpolcl, and Hawaii
rles as himn as the "Trlanglo League" American to Win Race 1 1. Tho Knpolcl will bo Balled by liny
,H I'"1- In spile of tho Proton leading tho Klctow, who wont In tho Trans-l'a-
Of the tennis entered, tho !!iillcllnBwny Into Paris. It Is not tho winner clflc Yncht llnce ns nurscr of tho Hn-
nro through, having plajcd nil tho of tho rncc. In America It was ship- wall. The Hawaii I Is a sloop not
Raines for which they woro scheduled, pod by railroad from Pocntcllo, Idaho, the ciart of Trnns-Paclflo fame.
The Slais havo one more gnmo to to Seattle In order to sail with tho The course over which tho laco for
piu). u is possinio inni mis win go (Thomas enr for Siberia. It railed to the llccklcy Cup Is sailed Is from tho
by defnult, and others of tho games f cover 1100 miles of road In the Unit- haibor. nt a point off tho Chnnncl
to como up will possibly go In tho cd Stntcs, and was 2.1 dajs behind wharf, out to Diamond Head, thenco
same way. ns the teams are now prac-.tho Thomas when It was loaded on back to Harbor's Point, and a bout up
ucaii nroKcn up. tho train. Tho committee having ngnln to a position off tho harbor cn-
iiowovcr, u is a nustako to suppose tho race in charge decided not to dls- trance. Tho rup Is n trophy put up
mat mo medals aro not on tno
ground. The Hooks medal is on ex
hibition In tho window of a Jewelry
Btoro In this city. And icmlndcrs
qualify the car, hut to penalize It IB 'M' Admiral Ilcckloy.
days on the run from Vladivostok to tt tt
Paris. Tho Thomas car receives nn HIICC iiIC CIIDE UC
nllownnco of 15 dns for its Journey IlAlW IfAlJ jUHt Ut
havo been passed out in tegnid to tho 'from Senttlo to Alaskn and back
Chlllingwoith Cup. In fact, the tro
phies will bo on hnnd In ample tlmo
Tho Newspaper Lcaguo may bo
dead, but those who luno tho medals of victory,
...... i..,.. i.mi.,.K mu imi-ij u. bvu Zut nonld Tt SfrnnA
I r" -. vwwa.M
tin order to win tho race the Protos
khcrcroro had to load tho Thomas
Into Paris by 30 days, so that tho
American car Is practically certain
that theso nrc not forgotten
Johnny Nnsclmciito, who placd
through tho season with tho ltullc-.
tins, seems to bo tho man who Is en
titled to tho batting medal, us ho had
n long lead Iri tho hitting lino when
the games closed.
n tt n
GO FOR PRELIMINARY
Indeed, If tho Zust could nrrlvo
WOULD WIN (iREAT
NBW YORK, N. Y July 25.
John I'. Hayes, tho New York boy
hero within tho next fortnight, lttt'' " the Marathon, told hH
friends weeks before ho started with
tho Amerkan athletes for Kngland
that ho would win tho big raco sure.
Tho boy who mado good in tho
toughest, most heart-breaking athlet
ic contest In tho world is only 1:'
Stars old, a slim, little, nickeled steol
nthlcto from his toes to the crown ot
hit, head. Ho stands Just a shado un
der five feet four Inches and ho
weighs 125 pounds.
Jack Iluyes is ns Irish ns jou llnl
would bo In second place, slnco It
gained '15 (las- ndVantagc over tho
dormant In America. 'Thcro would
seem, however, Tery.lltllo chnnco ot
tho Italians making any such remark
alilo tlmo on tho road, ns they worn
last reported at Tomsk flvo days
ago, with over 5000 miles still to
Ilesldcs tho trophy offered by
(5 rand Duke Vladimir n grand prize
While fhn nrllir.ltmls nt lmr,! nt f $1000 In gold WIIB offered to tho
work ftir the coming McKnddcn-llcll-''Ir,vor wll should first carry the,' lom wlll "Uck hnlr, blue ejes, n
ly go, Piomotcr Pieil Smith Is busy ! American flag fiom New York to tood-humorcd nnd freckled face, and
arranging n preliminary which shall ''"I"- " ton of c1t'','",o In himself. When
bo worthy of tho big go. Ho will American Car leaves Berlin ho l,1,Kp'1 ubmt Ma C,1"IUC'' '" "'
nrohiiblv eel nn K.rnumt nini.t n,J MJIU.IN, (Icriiimiy. July 27. Drl- Marathon beforn ho left this country.
ranceil tudnv wlildi kIu.ii i, h, .,,r. vor Sinister of tho Amcilcan Thomas ,ying Hayes said to Ills friends In
tnln-ralser for tho big 15-rotind go. I'1"'- which nrrlved hem this morning
Ho has his eyo on McCollough, the ,""1 departed almost Inimedlately for
strong boy fiom Fort Shatter, the I'"il. charged that Lieut. Kocppen
only troublo being to find honieono "hoi toned his inn materially by tuk
ns willing to put up his hands ns this lnR " lral" thiough n pint of Japan.
liocr. Wahlluin Is tho most likely Othor charges of rhli king tho btlp
iiinn, nnd It Is understood Hint some "Ii.tlons of the raco wcro mndo by
proposition has been mndo him. Ho Sinister against Kocppcn, nnd woro it
may and may not look good enough Ilc,t for ,llc fl,ct "'at "0 Thomas wins
to I'icd. to bo put In on this ccnt. i"10 ,ttf0 m account of Its 15 dnji.'
Meanwhile, tho rcforco has not ""l0 allowance mid tho 15 das" pen
been picked, and tho place where tho'""' Imposed on tho German, Shuutor
go Is to bo hold will be all llxcd to-.w,a' ,10 nld nrotcst tho nice,
day. Sinister expected to nrrlvo In Paila
Jt tt tt eaily Tufsday morning. Ho was dls-
Minor Heir Is the light-harness "IM'olntci! that ho could not bo tho
hoio of tho hoi'r. In two wccU,.fl,8t to reach Pnrls' I,l,t snili ,hnt Ul
tinin ii,. iM,u i,,. f, ,i..n.. '.'aj's stop at Vintka with a broken
tompleto obscuilty to a celebrity holMrorlnK B0;lr "ut ,,lm nut nf tl10 ycar as ho'"1 nf tho 8",rtlnB Goods
dnzzllng that tho light of every other I r'"inlnB' Ulltn that mishap tho Ucpnitmont. More than that, they
1 IIUIIUIH CUT lUUI a SniO lead, allfl M,v "U,H" " b"u mm a uib H'ti:ir
would undoubtedly hnvo won tho
inco without tho afd of Its tlmo han
dicap. tt tt tt tt :t n tt tt tt tt ft tt tt tt
"I know to a breath how far I can
run nnd now rnst. I Intern! to go
right out with the pacemakers, keep
at tholr heels until I am ready to fin
ish, and then co nn nnd win. I am
not afraid of any of them, hut I ex
pect our own boys to mako it hot for
Hayes went to work at a dcp.ut
ment Btoro when ho wns 17 years old,
as a messenger and odd-Job boy. Ho
wasn't all muscles nnd legs, so ho
worked his way up to tho Job of as
sistant In tho superintendent's office
ut a salary of $20 a vbok.
nioojnlngdnle will offer htm a
chnnco of making 14,000 or $5,000 a
tuir star of the moment, at least, is
paled by Its blaze. There seems to
bo only ono verdict among those who
have witnessed his performances,
which Is that ho Is the most abso
lutely phcnomcnnl pacor that tho
world has yet scon; not forgetting
young horso's ttalncr as follows:
"Charley Dean, who la not given to
Dan Patch, Star Pointer. John It. Ren overestimating his horses, says that
try, Joo Patthcn. Hobert J., Audubon JMInnr Heir could right now paco a
presslon when I stnto that ho regards
lilm-as the fastest living pacer."
Theso statements woro printed upon
Iloy, or Tho Ilroncho, but rccognlz-jmlio In 2:00, nnd I ubo his own
ink hi mo iuii ma supicine emi
nence of tho first named and the only
Inforlor greatness of tho others.
Liibt wclc upon tho editorial pago .Tuesday, July H, and on Friday, tho
or tho Review it was stated: "It la 17th. Minor Heir nt Terro Hauto pac-
Imllfil.n,! I ta...u....ll J . . ,a .1
"" " ""isurvuiivc jiKiges mat ed a first heat In 2:01 1-2 and a scc
Mlnor Heir can at this writing hand- ond n 2:01 flat, being pulled up at
II)- bent tho woild'a record for a tho finish of ouch, and then, nftnr
greon p.icor, icgnidless of box. thnllnxlni? flu. nnvt iwn i.ntu ,i,, ,..
2:03 3-1 of My Star, and that ho Is'bioaks, won tho fifth In 2:07. imclng Cm V T.'i "I n""r,fm"
a candidate for 2-mlnuto honois.-'tho las't half In 1:00 1-1 nnd demon CI"" ! "L''! "l.B ?i
uiiiorwnoio in tno same Issuo our Btratlng oxtraordlnary gamoncss and
staff wrltor. "Mnrqtic," ropoited tho stamina, as well iib speed. Kxchango
AT VON HAMM-YOUNO QAItAGE.
Ho has been one of tho most nct
Ive members ot tho St. Uartholomow
Athletic Club for tho last few ycani,
and It was St. Ilartholomew's which
gave tho boy Mi chance and taught
him bow to mako a runner out ot
himself. Then ho Joined tho lilsh
Aincricun Athletic Club and mado
good from tho start.
Last Novenibor ho won tho 25
mllo Marathon at Yonkcrs, wearing
tho Insignia of St. Ilartholomew's,
covering tho distance In two bonis
nnd forty-threo minutes and thieo
fllths of a second. At Doston, last
May, he finished a good second to
J. P, Mqrrlssey In tho Marathon. Last
isprlng ho trained on a qunrter-mllo
: :r::r'r"" '.' -. '".
jjgh kept him busy overy day but Sun-
Hajes Is tho fit st Amorlcan to flg
iii e piomlnontly In a Maiathon hold
This afternoon. .Innk- McPjuiiinn
will bo doing somo fast boxing at tho
;t t: tt
Oarsmon mo getting Into shnpo for
tho September Jtegatta,
Kctchol vs. Thomas tonight at San
seated Stoddard-Dayton seald
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