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IIONOMJM'.T. II., WIJHNHSDAY, AUG. 2fi, lftOS
Local and National
"Ability, Mot Past
R J I f i" I better showing, ns tlio nations of tlio
CPAPn 00 W A I I AK ,"'",m wcro BcttliiK Into tlio habit of
VjuUI Ul Q&VO nUll CI l"h"""l:'K n country's sl.cngth by
I 7 wvi t. rtitiiKtlt of Its Individuals us
hi ought fame lo our country. Hn)cs
tun, 111010 tlmn nil tlio hillllnnt per-
fo. inniirpi of tlio Ameilrnn nlhletcs
la tin- Stadium, discomfited tlio Kng-
iif.Ii mill glorlfloJ the Americana In
tin1 ei8 of Europe. Tlio Kngllsli
llfivo alwa.s laughed at our long-dls-
Innce iiilinein. In till Marathon tlio
Kngllsli piophots predicted Kngllsli
tuuiicis for Hint, second, and third.
'Hayes, an American horn and hied,
i rn u Iho Hngllshmen on their feet and
ipsot tho old tt.ulltlon that Kngllsli
, athletes had tnoro stamina than tho
I The London papers, commenting on
'tlili, unlit that It wan "moat unfoilii-
, nate" that Kngland had not made a.
"It's not what a man does It's
what ho In."
And this Is the way that Dr. Itnl
Iff, tho Seattle wrestler, muni up tho
professional same. Or. Holler has not
been a professional in tho truo senso
of tho word for very long, hut ho
made n study of the conditions there
to attached before ho left the raukB
ul the sport-loving amateur and leap
ed Into prominence as ono of tho foro
niost wrcatlorn In tho world, If not
"It's not what u man does It's
what he-Is," repeated tho big atulcto.
"In my cato I feel that I can hold my
head just as high ns over, since I be
gan wrestling for money, anil I'll em-
phaslo right hero
Miown In tlio Olympic games, and
the people want to see him. and the that tho many victories of the Amer
rlght arrangements c-in be made. leans gave them a "fictitious" reputa-
Negotiations are at present being Hon.
cnlcicd Into with the three local bus-, A man like Ha)cs, who lias by ono
IIim, and, some definite date may ho single ticmeudoiis extilblltnu of stain-
I Ilia and courage Intpiosscd the Kino
peun uatloni. (nnd Kngland, ton,)
with a new nrtlon of our stienglh,
ought to llnd somcthltig belter than n
biau.1 band nnd a fice lunch walling
him upon his i etui n.
Will H W
looked for within a few dajs.
HAVES MB V ftlll
lU)es. the winner of the Marutliou
i.uc In the lecent Oljmplc games, Is
said to have announced In London'
WASHINGTON. I). t Aug. 8. In
eonuei'tloii uiih the playground
muM'meiit In tlil j iM Henry S. Cur-
that lie will novcr run nuothcr Mara
thon. This nice Is a tcrrlllc strain on
any nthlolc. Twentj-slx miles at u
that when a big jog tint wuuld bo hard enough, but
purse, for a match, whether It bo la When It Is run at a steadily Increasing
the boxing or wrestling game, Is put speed, winding up with a long, hard ,ls- secret :r of the lim ground Asso
uti boforo mo, I am not going to pass.flvo-mlle drive and a Bptirt of from n'cintlon of Atneilcn. Satuiday mado
It up. Theso little fighters have nillo to a iiillo and a half at tho llnl3h public the letter written by President
purses of '117,000 bung up for thorn. It Is n innn-klller. jltoosevelt to the "llovs and girls of
mid I see no roriruu wh 1 cannot also Shoring, winner of tho famous ' Washington":
get a hand In on them.-' Marathon at Athens two years ago. I 'Thtoiish I)r. Cuitlsl linc learned
And, by the by, Dr. Itnller Is ready jiellred on his ljurels. Ho has nocr that many of you are taking an act
to lake on tho biggest man with the itin a nice since leturnlng to his P pirt n vnrbms athletic contests
Pacific Vloct for a mill. If he Is ua-il.uniy In Ilanilllon. Canada, lie had and athletic oipnis In uutr city. I
mired that tho right Mud of u housojwon tlio greatest athletic honor In am sl.id to sec this. I believe' In
will turn out. And thoro Isn't much j tlio world, nnd ho decided Hint It was work and I do not believe In sucrlflc
doubt about that, for It lias been a better lo graduate at tho top than to inK Woik to play: but I most cniphnt
nild day slneo tliore has been an nth- go on 1 mining mill ho foil back In Ically believe nltii In play. A boy or
Iclc who has tlio prominence and torm or some younger runner look his Krl who lias a Imaltliv hod will bo
wolld's rhamplnn nbtlity ns Holler measure. nil Iho belter fit for o-lous work nnd
here, nnd the sporting followers mu While this might bo a good Idea f ii,3 ni roan-i through vigorous
not going to miss the opportunity of I for llnos, loo. It Is likely that Itin tiports pursued In an bonoralilc,
tholr lives. Holler can light, ns Id'-tcrmliinllon was made Just nfter utralghUorwurd iniinner. not only tho
"Hob" rttzslmmous, the famous the race, when he was mill sick and mind but the character Is bencnted.
heavyweight, will testify. l-'itzslin- sore fioni pounding over the cobble-j r tI0 bovs I wish to say a word.
111011s Is a has-been to far ns tho j stones and asphalt that paved 11 great t stiongly bcllevo In manliness, In
world's rhnuiplonslilp Is concerned, as I pait of tho course.' He Is uiung nnd courage. In physbal address; but I
overynno knowB, but It Is not genot- Isturdy. I'robablv the Invitations to i.iipv.. nnlio nK m,.i, t ,.,,,',,1 ,.,.
ally known Hint be can yet put up as
fast n llwround tight ns any man In
America. Holler bus fought him In a
Mandstlll and that means f-omc-thlng.
1111 u-iu ue win loceive irom even lailoahlp and In spirit or fair play, I
club aiouuil New York will bring him ),op that wherever ou enter n con
baek Into the game as M.on as he lias test oti will do all that Is In jou to
tested nnd recovered from the effects wn ,i nm that you will remember
of tho most gruelling race of tho tea- Unit it Is far better to fall tlmn to
uogai.i.ng mo wrosutug ninlcii 160.1. iwln by any unfalniesH, liy any under-
whlcli has boon propowd to bo given! aliening, tho Canadian, was given hand trlrl.ery. Keep In mind that It
hero. Holler taking on tho tlueo best !n grand lcrcpllon upon bis return 'fc otilv by persistent cIToit In tho faco
men In lly Islands and guaranteeing Tiom firecce. Hln fi lends" iiietented of illsroiiiagemcnt that any of im ever
tn throw them ullblti 1111 linur, no def Mm with a homo as lino ns that ,io anything Hint Is ic.illy worth
Inlte arrangciiuiuts bavo lienn mado viileli the Amciiciu people g.io to uMP doing. The fellow'wlio gives
nnyct. S.illur Hoberts Is kctplng tho , Admiral Dewey. Other valuable up when hols once beaten is made of
ginger In his system down nt I'ete girts were rhowered upon him. and mighty poor htulT, and If he thus
Union's boat-house thtso days nnd the , flnnllv the C'anadlaii (liivernuicut Rvcs up in si.nn as ho Is beaten In a
Jap. Mllsuko. mid I'runk Kanno areg.ie him a life position. ,,,0rt , ,..B nt stand much chance
bol h working. Hi- Holler Is not par-1 Without suggcsllng anv deCnlto ,r rurress In the section conflicts of
tlciilaiiy nuxlnus to i,int then' men, ilon.it foti to llajis, there seems no l-tt or- Hfo. The truo spirit, tho spirit
for by ii dolnir be might ruin his ,ie.imn why we should play i-ecoiid lid- which wins vlctoiles In nf,ter-lire Is
ihanies 10 wl-1 th wnbl h chnmiiion-dle to Canada when It comes to sub- I'm spirit which fights hard to suc
ship next . . bn, h is vilMng. If xl.MiH.illv icrognlzlng tho feat that (W, bul which lakes defeat wiili
w i.j,. i,. 1 rji j'. ct-t pr-v--p ,
&j. . r. manRMjnr.
1IAHTKOHI), Conn., July id. William I Malker, Iho absconding tic.o uc. ul C.n B.ivliigii lt.mk of New
I Ji 1 tain, pleaded guilty In tho Super! r Court lo four counts In a long ludlctiivi.t cli. ruing hlni with embezzle
ment, .luilgo ShitiiLvay hontenccd him to tho State piitou at W'ellicrsfleld fir net Ijhs thiiu 0110 e,ir nor
miirij than llo on the flrbt count and not mora than live ycais eaih on tho oilier Ihtei counts.
The four cuutits represented an embezzlement of bunk property Amounting to J4T0.0O0., mostly high il.iss
inilrnad bonds. The original Indict pent (ontnlned thirteen, counls appertaining to bank limits nnd six ad
ditional lounln limiglnc the embezzlement of kmmii IHoh lif Hiu ('onueetlcul LiplM Cunventlnu, Urn Jailer
iii.iouulInK tg nbgut.Jil.O.pOi).
Walker was biouulit horo Itora "Mexico by Chief Kgan, of tho Statu polite '
SANTA CLARA BOYS
Great Crowd Sees Ball
Piayers Go On
Cheering for Honolulu tn geneial
and over) body In particular, coNcrcd,
or lather smotlieied, III lets, and wav
ing adieu to many friends, tho ball
ilaers fiom Santa darn coltego this
inotnlug departed on thu Alameda for
More than the usual ciowd assem
bled on the docks to tco Ihese boys
off: thu rellows gae n few rnli-rnhs,
and It Is 11101 e thnn suspected that
some ot the fairer box shed n few gen
tle tears as tho steamer drew out fiom
lleforo Ihey went aboard, tho team
held a sort of reception on tlio dock.
They shook hands until It becamo 11
soit of automatic motion, which they
will probably bo several days In get
ting away from unite. Moro than ono
ma) yet bo surprised ns tlio Al.uncda
Is tlioppitig Kokn Head nslein to find
hlimcit going through the motion of
n heartfelt handshake.
Lions With the Ladles.
Hut (IrlT and Merv weio Iho lions
Willi Iho ladles. In fact, Hrlf probably
managed to sae Ida throwing arm
11K110 than any of the follows, as he
was surrounded with ladles until bo
hud (0 make a Hying run and Jump
for tho gangplank, and It was a biavo
man who eiitured to approach him
for n farewell band pump.
Kcln wns thero 111 forte, nnd g.ive
vent to lined tremendous bauznls. Tho
Claraus responded with three mure
bnnznls, a sky rocket for Honolulu,
cheers for the various teams here,
cheers for l'nt CHoason and Hell
llower and Charles Knlk, but ungal
Inn I none for llic admiring ladles
who crowded lo tho side ot thu steam
er. Cheese lliodeiick lemaiked thai be
felt llko a flower garden or a con-i-orvntory,
Tho laller was tho 111010
likely, as It wns sweltciing on tho
"It Is the greatest baseball ient for
Santa Clara college," said Captain Kit
burn, referring to Iho trip which Is
just finished. "And It has been the
greatest event In my own biu-oball ex
perience. Wo have had a great lime."
"We nppieclate the hospitality which
Ins been shown us, nnd the good time
wo have had," said Manager McKcn
zle, as he rushed for tho gang (plauk.
"Just s.iv that It has been all '10 the
good, and we know hov lo appicchte
This ends a stay of two months
heto. In which this team has formed
the big attraction nt baseball park,
and has put up somu good baseball.
It nlro ends tlio existence of the
"triangle" baseball league, so railed. .
good nature and with the resolute de
termination lo try again. It Is a good
beginning for this serious work of
after Hfo; 011 tho playgrounds you
learn how to co-opcrato with your
rellows and do vour best to win while
at the sanio time treating jour oppo
nents with ralniess and courtesy,"
Honolulu League Asks
Japanese It They
An Into111atlou.il baseball game lu
which China and Japan will light out
on Hie diamond the fpicsHnn of u
piemncy still seems 11 possibility. At
a meeting of thu Honolulu llnschall
League, held this noon, 11 letter wns
i.t'iit lo the Kcln baseball loam asking
If they with lo play with Iho Chinese
Uhlotlc (iub, and Issuing an Invita
tion to thu .lap.iueso to huttlo rivalries
at llabeball Park Sunday.
It wltl bn remembered that some
weeks ago the C. A. C.'s and tho le
los weio scheduled for a game, but
the former icfuspil to play on tho
giound that the.) had not had enough
practice, and that tho notice given
them allowed too short tlmo In which
to get into condition to do themselves
Hut now It Is felt that this gaum
will bo thu best ilrawing-eaiil which
could bo 0 If (red tho public lu this
city, and Hlvcrpldn men as well as
tho big-league people ate anxious to
nee tlio gamo made a go.
Pat Gleiison is Inclined to wish
that tho arrniigniient would lcavo
him time In which to get lu a gauio
with tho Knlos lor the Snlnls. but
this does not look very likely now.
The Puns and ll.e Kelos will furnish
tlio fun Snturdnv, and the C, A. C.
tame looks llko the tlihri tor S1111
i'ay. Still, theio Is always tho
chiinco that the Kelos will have some
icason for not playing this game, uiul
that tlio Saints Hill get In, after all,
Hoth games would ho good, but
I hero Is little doubt that tho largo
percentage of Aula fans which would
bo drawn bv a game In which the
le.nn f mm lint pat I; would figure
would be a giiisl thing for Hie Hono
IB? StmS mlrm
What does a glass
of beer contain?
Let us take a glass of
Primo Beer and examine it.
1st. Primo Beer is made
mostly of pure artesian water
that bubbles up from a thou
sand feet below the earth's
surface. Note how infinite
ly superior this water is to Nuuanu water,
which a public officer reports unfit for human
2nd. Primo Beer contains barley malt
one of the most strengthening foods known
3rd. Primo Beer contains hops posses
sing valuable tonic properties.
4th. Primo Beer contains a little rice to
give it a light color.
5th. Primo contains between 2 1-2 and
3 per cent, alcohol not alcohol put into
the beer, but formed naturally in the pro
cess of making,.the same as alcohol forms in
There is absolutely nothing else in Primo
Is this a combination that you would take
to be harmful?
JDn the contrary, it is very beneficial. Dr.
Liebig, the eminent German scientist, calls
it "liquid bread."
Primo Beer will make you well and keep
you well. You should drink it with meals.
It makes good red blood and muscle and in
duces healthful, refreshing sleep. Doctors
recommend it for the weak and the well.
HONOLULU BREWING & MALTING CO.
Tho O11I111 .lunlorH yoiterday defeat
id the Hospital boys at tho nld Idsh
man nuairy In a very exciting gamu
of baboball. Tho rcoio was 1) to C.
Now tlio lctors want a gamo with
tho Bulletin .lunloiH or tlio (Hunts, at
tho Mtiklkt grounds. Tlio personnel
of tho winning team Is: Victor Jos
eph, Willie Deponto, Manuel e'rcltus
TEST OF MUNICIPAL j
ACT UN HIU MONDAY:
The test caso of the .Municipal Act,
which has been biought by Judgo IM
lugs, lu the namo of John Ilinmelaln,
has been set on tho calendar for Mini
dny In tho ttupiemo Court. In tho
nicnnllnie, tho lawyers may die briefs
on tho subject, and on stondny the
Innievs on any ciron thit they
to tnko up.
The Hiipciliileiidiuit of Public- Works
ssya In bin repoit in (itneinur I'ro.ir
thai a new building law III uiuded.
Kinney & l-irx hao been relaluid
Sis couutel for Sheriff liuikui In hit
legal tilt with Palltull. It I said lint
County Attorney Cathcart refused to
lepieseut laiikea lu this nutltor.
Hill Smith, n Minor, nnd -Mrs. I iiirn
Vlckers nro thought to have elo.ei on
Hie .Manuka ns ft. I.. Hh'ides end wifo.
(raptain) lohii Vlerra ithur .Vol- argument of tho coaii'cl v. ' bo he ml. ' Hinllh has a wife and chlldion in Hub
;on. ..on,,,;.; Jo,,,, Home;, Vied. SUva. TZIZ tonu 'Tho U. S. A. T. ,W sailed llds af
rummy, Joltn Mendonca, iucn llor- ,mw untn tho flrllt M0mIay n Oct- lei noon at 2 o'clock for Se.ilCo.
r.i, nnd IX Phllllpa.
ober. argument will bo hoird from nt- H. S. A. T Dlx. for Poitlln. 2 p. m.
ARTISTIC, ARTE'S ANTICS.
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