Newspaper Page Text
...... f .1 . . . . ,
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It., FRIDAY, DEC. 11, 1908.
W Filth Bring V
;; I Poultry Biseasis I '
'll i Avoid sickness among fowls br I
' T msUngbouiinct and surround- 1 gl
1 lng sanitary AlltUo Zonolcum A
r a In tho whltrwuh pill will work
E wonders. The surest euro for I
T scaly legs and like trouble! Is M
f A lice, mitre, flrAt,ma 8nrjinaf rootti W
i Mf and Lotipf gone In 80 dtys Will kep v
il ft W ttiw cltAQ no J Iniura lrf ct heilta. 1
I SF 1 Th Qrl Ool Tar Of rboll J
Jy X DltlnftoUnt Dip." jR
V 1 E.O. Hall & Son I
Wk I Ltd., Agents
A handsome assortment, in
cloth and leather.
A very pretty line of them.
Subscriptions taken for
7G MERCHANT, NEAR P. 0.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near F. 0.
Three Daring Drivers Entered
In Grand Prize Auto Race
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
Come in and select SHOES for you
and your children. They are satis
factory; their Prices Reasonable. An
AXMAS GIFT will accompany each
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. near KING St.
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
end lithographing company ou
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
Australian Stock Remedies
CATTLE BLOOD POWDER
These Remedies are freshly prepared from the best
English and American Drugs. TEL. 1180. BOX 620.
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
"Ha waii"fc" Sterling
Our water hose is specially selected for its fine qual
ity. Either one of these two brands may be depended upon
to give the best service that any hose CAN give.
We recommend them to our customers.
T. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd.
PJ mIIiLmu A hKX MJfca
rr . . i t .r
Savannah, Ga., entertained the biggest crowd of its existence for the
Grand Prize automobile race and the light car race. In the pre
liminary practice for the two races some splendid bursts of speed
were witnessed. Among the drivers who particularly distinguished
themselves were Nazarro in a Fiat, Sziu in a Resault, and Wag
ner ina Fiat. Strang, the American driver, also covered the course
at various times at remarkable speed, considering the many short
turns in the roadway.
How Dorando Won Back
His Laurels In
New York. Dec. 1. His fsico distort
ed with an effort which Bcemcd be
yond human iiowcr, Dorando won In
Madison Square Garden the renewal
uf the Marathon.
Johnny Hayes, who vanquished the
Italian lnt July In the Stadium at
London, was about thirty yurds In the
tear of his conqueror, HIb legs seemed
to threaten tD sink' beneath him, but
with eyes 'half closed with ialn and
the chacrm of defeat Jio rushed on
ward. Dorando's time 'was 2.44.20 2-5.
Hayes finished in 2.45 05 1-5.
Lack of condition, It wus tiroclnlm-
ed by Hayes's friends, was responsible
for bU defeat. They did not under-
tstlmate, howover, the pluck and iow
ess of Dorando. Ho repeatedly stood
off Hayes's challenges and led practi
cally from start to finish, The Lon
don Marathon wns run In 2.50.18 2-S.
This tlmo was beaten last night.
Madison Squnro Garden is so much
moro accessible to' Now Yorkers than
8hepherd's Hush that 10,000 specta
tors felt themselves amply lcpald far
wulttm; four months fo witness tho
Tho circular path around which the
International champlonB wcro to raco
In their heart-bursting flight was ten
laps to the mile, and tho raco of twenty-six
miles and 385 yards called for
262 revolutions, with thirty-three
yards tagged on for full mcasuro.
A cushion of mixed sawdust and
earth furnished n footing much moro
fcprlngy than the pavements nml roads
over which Hayes and Dorando labor
ed in the English tourney.
The announcer shouted at 9:15
o'clock that Mr. Croker would start
tho contest. Uo left his box. No. 45,
which was draped with Ain6rlcun anil
Irish flugs, and swung up tho path,
cheered vociferously ut evciy step,
Tho signal wns a wao of tho chief,
Tho pistol cracked and Ilnyes, who
had druwn I lit) Inside position, daitcd
toward tho rail. Doiando was too
quick for him, however. Obviously,
ho coveted whatever honor goes with
being the pacemaker. In a dozen
strides ho had won tho lead.
Hayes with a smlla of disdain was
content to follow a yard in tho ieai.
Whethor It was tho Chlantl wlno on
which ho had traljied or tho flush of
excitement, Dorando's faco wns inddy
and moist as ho jumped away from
tho tape. Ho woro ted running
bieechcs and a white shlit, on Hie
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDC 176-190 KING 8TREET. PHONE 237.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
, PHONE 109,
bosom of which was the flag of Italy.
Hayes woro trunks of silk as softly
green as a shamrock leaf and on his
breast was a shield of Undo Sam's
After tho first half from a reckless
rpced tho racers settled Into a sens
ible paco and tho first mllo was cover
ed In 5.27. Dorando kept a wary eyo
over his shoulder and whenever
Hayes pressed him too closely ho
quickened his stride.
Tho tecond mllo found Dorando still
In tho lead. Tho tlmo was 11,18 1-5.
Tho third mile was completed in
!7.M4-5 and tho fourth in 23.17 3-5.
Thcie naB not a moment during tho
running of tho first four miles that
the contestants were not cheered ut
every step. Each box at the end of
tho track held a partisan gathering,
and In the Inclosure groups loyal to
Hayes or Dorando had their vantago
Muttons. So as the men sped around
they were constantly greeted by voi
le I ng shouts.
In tho fifth mllo Dorando tried to
ttenl away from Hayes. Tho amphi
theatre echoed with deafening ex
hortations to tho llttlo Irish-American
and equally appealing cries for tho
Tho latter failed to accomplish tho
ttcal and again settled down to "plug
ging." The sixth mllo was covered In
35.22 3-5, with Dorando still In tho
At the soventh mile, timed In 41.32
1-5, Hayes wub loping over tho path
with machine-llko smoothness. Do-
raiiilo's stride was less attractive, but
ho mill maintained his post of pace
maker and never ceased to bo watch
ful of his adversary. Neither Bhowed
tho slightest sign or diminishing tho
pace when tho olghth mllo was com
pleted In 47.41 4-5, Men who witness.
ed tho effort of Johnny Hayes at Shep
herds Hush expressed themselves dc
lighted with his efforts In tho early
pan of tho struggle In England Do
rando took a big lead on Hayes; last
night Hajes wub at his heels at tho
ninth mllo, finished In S8.48 1-5, and
guo no sign of dropping back.
Tho tenth mile wns completed in
1.00.0 1-5. Hayes stole a march In tho
sixth lnp of tho eleventh mllo. Tho
men wcro rounding tho west turn
when HnycB leaped past Dorando and
kept his adantagu ror a dozen yards
beforo the Italian again passed him.
During tho eleventh mllo, which
uns finished In 1.00.14 2-5. Dorando
selrcd u Husk from tho hand of an at
tendant (lining this stago of the race.
It was filled with chlantl wlno, and
tho Itnllan gulped down sovcial pro
uuuahly l of resiling draughts. A fow
moments later, nn nttcndaiit oxtnnded
a well-Bo.iked spongo nnd Dorando
squeezed n showpr of wator ovor his
head, and Hung the spongo aside.
Tho twelfth mllo was finished In
Hayes spurted again In tho thir
teenth mile, finished In 1.18.51 1-5, but
Immediately relinquished his advan
tage. Ho laughed aloud In spito of
tho prodigious strain when Dorando
took another swig of chlantl after re
gaining tho lead.
During the fourteenth mile, run In
1.25.21 4-6, Dorando's friends shouted,
"Now's the time; leave him." The
Italian quickened His pace, but Hayes
also let out a notch and tho former's
effort was nullified: Hayes took his
first refreshment during tho fifteenth
mllo when his trainer held out a piece
or Ico. Hayes grasped It, thrust It In
to his mouth, and a moment later
dropped It Into his hand. The fif
teenth mllo was covered In 1.31.43 3-5
and tho sixteenth In 1.3S.07 3-5.
Up to the running of the seven
teenth mile the men continued to re
tain a springiness or step and reach
ing strides, but thereafter their efforts
became noticeably labored. Their
shoulders Bwayod and sweat streaked
their races and straining legs. The
seventeenth mllo was covered In
1.44.30 1-5 and tho eighteenth mllo In
1.50.13. In tho firth lap or the nine
teenth mllo Hayes ran head and head
with Dorando for hair a turn, the lat
ter mopping his. forehead with a drip
ping slionge. While Hayes caught the
rhower that scattered over him; one
of Dorando's tralnors turned n stream
on him fiom a seizor syphon and only
qultwhen the Italian Bcowlcd his dis
Tho cheering which culminated in
tho frenzied scenes that marked tho
flnlBh began as tho men strated tho
nineteenth mile, which was done In
In tho twenty-first mllo Hayes, his
faco set with determination, snatched
from his trainer's hand a nlckelled
bottle and pressed It frequently to his
lips. Dorando, his faco beginning to
take on a haggard expression, and its
livid color accentuated by a thin black
mustache, Bpraycd hlmstJIf continu
ously from aBpppge. Tho twenty-first
iiuiu wub uuutj.in.i.iu.pe,i- anu mo
twenty-second-In-2.17.35 2-5. On tho
second and third laps of the twenty
third mile Hay os mado determined et-
forts,to take and keep tho'lead.
Ho forced Dorando on'ope occasion
over tho Mtlo 'board which lined tho
Inclosure." and","tho Halfai lost his
stride, but Dorando obviously had
lull-dog courage. -'Ho'snatched tho
lead back each tlmo it was taken from
Dorando apparently took heart
when ho found. hlmself.ablo to prevent
Hayes from continuing ahead of him
and grinned at his friends as they yell
Jlo. dapped wtt.BaUf(aa!oh.t ttio
for! itttf. Iwenty.tMjdknillo.vi'Ha'yos
ngilnbMlntedlln- htWiAltV lan'o'f tho
twenty-fourth mllo. hht.lt. scorned thnt
his' strength was ebbing. Ho -jumped
mm me n-Ka lur.nrepiy yards, or more
then J!ell quickly back ,whcaA Dorando
chailongod. "" Th'o, latter, "appeared
btronger, than his adversary. At no
time during the struggle' were tho
men separated by moro than three
yards. Trained athletos said that It
teemed Incredible that International
champions could keep so closely to
Tho twenty-fourth mile waa covered
n 2.30.31. Haves 'trnlnerft wnrn milpk
to noto the condition of their charge
and yelled as ho. passed. "Stay with
him!" "Stay with him!"
All over the garden sounded cries
In which despair and encouragement
were nilnglcd.. "Qo on, John. Now or
nover." Hisses rang out when In the
sixth' lap of the tVenty-flfth x mllo
Hayes tried to riasa Tfcirnmln TVirnn.
do .shot out his right arm .and Hayes
ran 'dgalnst It. This-took plbco almost
directly-in front of,-Mr-.;Croker's box
on tbo north side of the garden. Spec-
Utora shouted l angrily -and- the path
cfflcals.ran to .tho c,eno.. .There waa
a difference of onlnlon whether a foul
had 'been committed. The. twenty-
fifth mllo was.run, Iq 2.36.57 1;5.
Tho spectators were on their feet
shouting with all' tlio" strength' of their
lungs. Dorando. his eyes fairly bulg
ing from the socketB, Btuck doggedly to
tho lead. Hayes,. fighting with every
drop of blood and every sinew, waB
yet three yards to the roar of tho
Dorundo tried In iho soventh lap of
the' twenty-sixth mllo to steal away.
Hayes would noi be denied, howover.
In thb ninth lap Dorando quickened
his stride. Staggering step, by step
ho forged ahead. Ho Increased his
lead and crossed tho fltilBh ariild
Ecreams of -utmost crazy" enthusiasm.
The body of Catlt. Emmet Craw,
foul, killed liy "Mexican troops In
1886, while following Chief Geronl
mo, wus disinterred at Kea'rney.Ncb.,
and will be burled in the national
cemetery at Arllnglou.
Pi of. Wultcr I'. Wilcox of Cornell
University estimates thot.lf tho pres
ent condition of race suicide In the
United States continues, the race will
be extinct about the year 2058.
The Best Xmas Gifts
Silk and Grass Linens
WAISTS, SUITS, DOILIES and CENTERPIECES.
We have full stock of these goods on hands, se
lected by onr buyer with the utmost care, and clerks
enough to wait on our patrons promptly.
' linen or Silk Suits make an excellent Xmat Oift
for your wife or daughter.
Yee Chan & Co.,
KINQ and BETHEL STS.
A BIO STOCK OF THE LATEST FICTION BY THE
HOST POPULAR. AUTHORS.
'BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED GIFT BOOKS. Draw
ingt by Howard Chandler Christy 1908. The Harrison
Fisher Book 190S. And Many Others.
A complete line of ths
- BEST STORIES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
A Special Assortment of BOOKS FOR THE LITTLE
PEOPLE.- Well illustrated. Dainty bindings.
Complete editions of the POETS, in fine cloth bind
ings Also a full line in Fancy Leather Bindings.
Books of HISTORY, TRAVEL, and BIOGRAPHIES.
Do not fail to viait our BOOK DEPARTMENT, COR.
NER FpRT.AND MERCHANT STREETS. s
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT and MERCHANT STS.
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PERH0UR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM COo UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Buna. Efficient Driven. Best Cars, such as
STODDARD - DAYTONS 7-SEATED
POPE HARTFORDS 5-SBATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S. WELLS Manager. "
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
W' repair any make of autoi. We employ the best
mechanic in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
Get your Name on the First
Subscriptions for the Automatic telephone service are
coming in fast. If'you are not already on the list it will
pay you to come to our office at once and sign up. Or, send
us word and we will call and explain the system to you.
We have to have a thousand subscribers before we
make any charge for service.
Hawaii Telegraph & Telephone Co.
LTD. Office with Waterhouse Trost Company. Limited.
FINELY ENGRAVED JEWELRY j.
Makes a gift doubly acceptable. We are prepared to
engrave every article bought from us in the nicest manner
See our Christmas Stock of JEWELRY, WATCHES,
Something for everybody, including the Boss of the
House, THE BABY. , i ,
M. R. COUNTER, H42iFort Street "