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KVKNINO lUll.t.nTIN, HONOLULU, Tr.. TIIUK3DAY, OCT. 22, M08
WfiuMffMrh 11 Tift
1)RACTICAU.Y everything In and about the home can be jnade to look
bright and new and clean with the right paint, varnish itain or enamel.
The housewife and the householder can do much of this work with very
little expense and a great deal of pleasure. There is, however, one im
portant thing to remember: use a finish that is made expressly for the
icrrkyou want la do. . Do not buy a product that is made for a variety of
uses or surfaces.
Sherwin-Williams Brighten Up Finishes are made for finishing tables,
chairs, walls, floors, pipes, picture frames, shelving and hundreds of other
articles and surfaces in and about the house. Each is a specialty made
for a particular purpose. Each contains the essential qualities that
insure good results.
All you ncea to rememDer is --ungnicn up naisnci.
Come in and we will be glad to give you the particular
paint or varnish made expressly for the article or surface
you wish to finish.
Ask us about Brighten Up Finishes what they will
do and how to use them. Get a Brighten Up booklet.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.,
King and Fort Sts Phone 769
Local and Natio'
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Totals 30 4 12 0 27 11
All it mi St) O A
Henley, ns 5 I
Mnchnrio, 2b 0
Kaldc, lb 3 1
Avirlll, rf 3 0
I.uiIwIr, 31). ......4 0
Throncson, If. ,...4 0
Mellon, cf 4 0
Wiggins, c 4 0
....4 0 t ,0 !
Won By Teiinesee
Da ton, rf n 10 0 0
There Is n new rhamplonsltlii baseball toutiii In the Second
Division of the cruiser squnilion. lly a score of J '1 the Ten
nessee's nine ilefenteil the title-holders, the CullMrntnni, nt the
lliiseliall Park esterilay afternoon. '
It was n elosc game and the Golden 8tntc rluiniplons did not
let go of their pennant without .v stiff nnd delci mined fight. The.
TJciiiickscc men were forced to work for their laurels and work
Just the one run that they could
n't get, kept the hall plajcrs of the
riulscr California from (.unnerving
their resources ami thoso of their
shipmates yestirday. Just one run
to the good was the Tennessee nlno
at the clove of the laBt Inning, but
Cnllfornlnns v. tit through the t-amc
Then came the third fatal time
for tho gold diggers. Three runs
were added to tlic Tennessee score
In that Inning before tho Cnllfor
nlnns got down to earth and put tlic
Bt inning, mil . . ... ,iiklll,1K, ullon tho on
that ono inn carried a wliolo lot of , ,. ...
IV. . .o..ifi I'M. J ".
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For COUGHS, COLDS, CATARRH, SWOLLEN THROAT, IN
FLUENZA, DISTEMPER, use
The ELECTRIC OIL daily on throat.
The COUGH MIXTURE in drinking water and bran
WORMS. This is the time of the year these begin
their deadly work. A course of our WORM POWDERS in
the feed, and the EL00D TONIC in the drinking- water
will brighten your horse up, kill the WORMS, and prevent
attacks of complaints which begin with worms.
At BENSON, SMITH & CO. and H0LLISTER DRUG.
Jno. Pottie & Sons Tel. 1189
California mono)' aboard the, fliiB
bhlp, It wa3 n rlp-smashlng good game,
and the Tennessee boys certainly de
sen ed all of the glory, and lucic,
that they picked up. From the In
stant that (list ball whizzed over the
home plate nntll tho last out was
called at the end of tho ninth, It was
work, work, work.
The Tennessee men played u fault
less game. Hut one error was record
ed ngnlust them nnd only three men
rambled ocr the home plnte. though
the gold diggers managed to get
nine lilts off Itlnhos. California's
play was almost as noteworthy,
though three errors appeared tignlnst
the team on the final seoic.
If pitching could huo won that
game, thn rejoicing would have
been on the side of the Dear I'lng
lion re is. Frank struck out eight
men, and the way lie sent the splicro
whizzing over the home pinto was nn
example to the outh of the Islands.
Frank Is a pitcher of major leaguo
timber nnd with opportunity for
steady practice he ceitnlnly should
give an account of himself In very
Hut It took more than a pitcher
to win out fiom such an aggrega
tion as the Tcnnessccnns.
During the flist two Innings there
was nothing doing on either side. In
the first tho Tennessee men managed
In tho sixth, tho Tennessee bojs
chalked up another tally, making
their score 4 to 0. With visions of
ti coating of slacked lime ami giuo
before them, the Oolden State root
ers bccaluo very glum. mo game
was not coming up to their expectations.
Tils' California team was playing n
steady game, but could not get m
anything that added to Its score.
Then, In tho eighth, one mad effort
brought forth Its results tlnce
runs were brought In In quick suc
cession and the lloblen State contin
gent howlod with Joy.
Things began to look more prom
ising nnd the California money look
ed u llttlo safer. The hope was nin.
though, for the Southerners shut out
the Sons of-.the West without n fur
ther tally In that Inning and refused
to allqw them to add to their record
In the succeeding one.
The game was nil to the good fiom
tho spectator's standpoint. The Ten
nessee men, nnd their opponents as
well, nlnjctl, baseball not nt baseball.
The official score was:
. AURIIIISH O
Hutch t 5 0 4 0 1
Orren. If C 1 2 0 3
McCarfcrly, cf. ...4
Kaufman, lb. ...-. 4
Zehner, rf 3
Totals 30 3 9 0 24 6 3
1 2 3 I 6 BlT 8 0 ,
rtuns 0 0300100 4
II. II 1 0 5 0 12 2 l. 12
1 2 3 4 5 fi 7 8 9
ftlllis . i 0 0000003 03
B. II 0 110 0 114 19
Two-hnso hits, Knufmnn, Husch,
Knlilo: three baso hits, Hlahos, nan
us; bnso on balls: off Malum, 2; off
Frank, 2; struck nut: by Hlahos, 3;
by Frnnk, 8; sacrifice hits, Ilealoy, Ma
chndo, Mellon, Frank (2), Ncff; double
p1a)s: Mantis. Kaufman.
Is it plizo fight or baseball, boat races
J. with his Jingles Is there.
Whato'r tho occasion, ho's sure to cut
Ills near-classic lays on tho air.
Now J. as a Jluglcr Is sure ono suc
cess. Ills noodle Is cliuckc.il full of rhyme;
He'll pass tout a sonnet, when iicwh
there Is none,
And fill up..hls spaco any time.
Th'o wool or tho Holder, I ho noKe of tl
Tho bIzo (If tho aldo hot or purse,
Or anything else on tliln earth, is
To mako J. break forth Into verso.
Now poor old Hill Shakcspcaro
ncais uy a length,
Hud Kipling he leaves nt tho post;
And all of the bnrds of the old world
and now ,
Kowtow to J.'s near-lyric toast.
'Xhe effort to sccuro football games
for tho teams from tho Colorado and
Perry yesterday fell through. Tho
reason was tho decision thnt It would
nut be wlso to send tho College, and
High School boys up agnlnst such n
husky bunch of men at tho begin-
nlriR of tho season.
Jack Doyle has received n loiter
from tho president of Kclo College,
thanking him for tho kindness which
was shown to tho team from the In
stitution when'lt played here.
1 llnmiH 'Jit. .......4
to make one hit, but could' not turn Tuebert, ss 4
It Into n tally. In the second tho 'Ncff, c ..... 3
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