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EVENINa DULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. If , SATUttDAY, DEC. 26, 1908.
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Champion Endurance Car of the
THE following is a. letter from E. R.
Thomas Motor Go. of Buffalo,
manufacturers of the famous
Thomas Flyer, who denies in toto any
active interest in the Chalmers-Detroit
BUFFALO. U. S. A , Dc:eiiLcr C, 1908.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Honolulu, Hawaiian Is.
Our soles department has just called my attention to
your letter of the 20th, also to item appearing in the Pacif;
ic Commercial Advertiser of Honolulu nder date ofFr!"
day, November 20th last, in which I was indeed surprised
to see the statement that the Chalraers-Detroit $1500.00
car was made by the Dcroit Thomas factory. This statement
was evidently made through an error on the part of the
person making it, who probably supposed that the E. B.
Thomas Detroit Co. was still in existence. This, however, "
is not the fact, as my active interest in the E. R. Thomas
Detioit Co. ceased nearly a year ago, at which time the
Company was dissolved and has not been in existence since.
The Chalmers-Detroit Co. was organized to take over the
business of the E. H. Thomas Detroit Co, and although I
still have a financial interest in the Chalmers-Detroit Co,,
I have no active interest therein and have not had since its
formation, my entire, time and attention being given to tho
active management of the E. R. Thomas Motor Co , of this
My reason for writing you is that I wish to prevent
any confusion oh ,your part or that of your customers as to
the relationship existing between this" Company and the
Chalmers-Detroit Co. As stated above, they are entirely sep
arate and distinct concerns, operating along entirely dif
Trusting this may be sufficient to disabuse your mind
of any doubts remaining(in this matter, I am,
Yours very truly,
E. B. THOMAS MOTOR COMPANY.
E. B. THOMAS, President.
A carload of the famous flyers left
the factory about the middle of1 Decem
ber, and is due here in two weeks.
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
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EVENING BULLET IKT
Jack ttojjnson Wins; .
From Tommy Burns
Johnson wins In 'tht fourteenth
The nbnvo luformatlou 'was (Untied
to Jack Scully 'last night from Aus-
...Alii .fllltiiir .l.nt Tnmifllf 1lll1T1H.
henv)uilghi chamiilon ot tho world
had. bccn.defqnted In, Australia uy nig
I i aIt Tnhn.nn. ttio tllnclc llpaWWolCtli
who ko frequontly trjed unsuccessfully
for a match, with Jtni Jeffries, tho un
disputed champion of (he fistic arena
Thlrty;ftvo thousand. dollarH, win,
lost or (iron, n tlio bait held out to
Hums, which Induced hlra lo disregard
tho iircccilcnl sot by Jeffries and suj
licnd tho color line. In spite of till
disparity In size between tho two men
Durnc wna tho favorite.
In his flrnt real hoav) weight mill
Durns defeated Marvin Hart, who had
received the bolt from Jim Jeffries'
own hands, after 'having knocked out
Jack Moot at Tteno.
As Hart bad previously defeated
Johnson, tho dopestcrs had It all fig
ured out that tho big bruiser would
lirovo a lila) thing In tho hands nf tho
smnlloit man thaticvcr held tho heavy
Local fans aro watting1 Impatiently
for more explicit news of the battle,
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE REALM OF SPORT
In Hard Fought Game
Miillcs 3 Y. M. C. A. 0; Punahous 2, Diamond Heads 1. 8
The prophecled has come trar and tho general mlx-up of Hocccr U
which some ot tho fanB predicted has happened. The Malles now head tt
tho percentage column, the Y. M. C. A. drops back to second place, tt
whllo the Punahous and Diamond Heads are tied for third. tt
Yesterda's game drew out tho largest attendnnco with which tt
any soccer game has been honored this season, and tho league tt
grounds were filled with eager spectators. tt
It was great soccer, and tho m ost critical had no room to find tt
fault. Tho Mnlies placd a faultless gamo, and defeated the Young 8
Men's Christian Association champions falrl and squarely. tt
Soccer League Standing
Malles & 3 1
i i ir tf . . .. .. m
s s : S
o o w
O O. U.
17 9 2
Y. M. C. A 3 2 2 1 6 7 7
Dlafnond'Heads...5 2 3 0 12 10
PunahouB .1 1 2 2 i 4 13
At no soccer gamo of the series has
there been anything like the enthUB
tasm that was shown yesterday. The
supporters of the four league teams
realized that yesterday's strugglo was
to be the Buprone test of strength, and
they turned out en masse to encour
age their champions. Long beforo tho
first gamo was called, tho grandstand
on the league grounds was flgllcd, and
by tho time the players trotted out on,
to the field, any old room waa nt a
Tho first game was between tho
Diamond Heads and tho I'linihcue. Tho
latter wcro the tallcndcrs, according
to tho scoro table, but thu irmmer In
which thoy had managed to tie the
top-notchers gne them a certain
standing, though they had no victories
to their credit.
For several days rumors had been
drifting around that tho Punahous had
strengthened their team greatl), ond
when tho'bunch tiot(cd out onto tho
laid, it was watched with breathless
Tho piamond Heads were In flno fet
tle and the gamo started off with a
i-nap that gao promlsoof excitement.
The spectators wero not disappointed
thcro was something doing right from
tho start. Tho PunahouB wore out af
ter tho scalps of their opponents, while
they. In, turn, wero determined to hang
onto their laurels If possible.
Back and forth, from ono goal, to An
other, tho ball was buffcttcd ono sldo
teeming to hnvo tho advantage for an
Instant, and the other then seeming In
line for victory. Twice the Punahou
men booted the ball Into tho vital ter
rltory, Jolting up a score of two goals.
Tho Diamond Heads triod to better tho
licrformanco, but tho tall onders proved
toq strong, and the imiplro'f whlstlq
n. tttn lnat 1...I. ...l 11..--, l-J
w. uiu luak IIUI. tuuiiu -UliailUUS 1110
victors, by a penre pf 2-1.
Tho second gamo. was tho real con
test of tho day. With tho Malles anJ
Y. M. C., A, tied but tho lettor ,me
niiuau; unvuiB one yiciory on moir
tnio, the situation ,wss ono to con
Jure with, Both teams were coufldent
ui (cwrjr, uuu upiu ,ore uotorminco
to occupy the. coveted place at. tho
head of tho percentage column
Tho Y. M, C. A..seomcd outclassed
howoter. Strive -n jho association
tnn would, they could not drlvo tho.
ball Into tho Hallo poai. Though they
contested eory fooj of. ground, they
Ing up to No. 2. A Diamond Head vic
tory will move that aggregation up to
iiccond place, Irrespective of the out
come ot the Punahou-Matle game.
Yesterday's game -Was enlivened by
tho presencp of the Hawaiian band,
which plajed martial' music at Inter
vals during the game)
Tho teams lined ud"rh follows:
Malles Bclser, K ;' 'J. McOIII, rf.i
T. P. Shustor makes highest scoro
nt annual shoot nf Norddcutschor
Club nt Shell Mound Park, near San'
Torm plo)crs nt Kmcryvlllo nro
beaten In Ave races' out of six: Hello
Kinney, odds-on favorite, not In tho
New light promoters are llkoly to
succeed tho present holders of per-'
mlts In San Francisco. .
Wnlsh rides Madman and Captain
iKenncdy. long shots, to victory In
I feature races.
National League Appoints commlt
tco to Investigate chnrges of bribery
World's record' Isleaunlcd. two
track records tied nud one beaten nt
Many stables of raci horses hnvo
been transferred from Arcadia to Em-
McLoughlln 'and Rose each win a
set In final match for Hammond ten
naseball magnates aro coming west
to arrange terms with tho coast "out
Dorando's brother says Hnyes foul
ed Italian In Madison Square Oarden
Eight fights at Dreamland Rink In
San Francisco end In eight knockouts.
Fast greyhound Carmel captures
tho class stake at Ipglesldo coursing
Abo Attell Is outfought Dy Ad Wol
gascin 10-round bout at Los Angeles.
New York Athletic Club makes n
sport ot French wax bullet duelling.
Coldheart equals' Arcadia track
record for five and a halt furlongs.
Walter Miller ,and Frank Keogh tlo
for Jocltey honors at Emeryville.
Prank Chanco mny quit baseball
and raise oranges In California
California rowers hae been Invit
ed to regatta In Seattle.
Washington State legislators pro
pose anti-racing measure.
Imperials score nn easy victory ov
er the Frultvnle tossors.
Jockey Joe Nottcr will ride for El
lison until February,
Six thousand Australians daily pay
to see Burns train.
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STIRS UP THE FANS
A Chalmers-Detroit Letter
Detroit, Mich., U. S, A.,
, December,. 7, 1908.
Sales Manager's Office,
Messrs. . 0. Hall & Son,
Cor. Fort and King Sts
Honolulu, T. H. ,
In reply to your letter of Novem
ber 23rd. Mr. E. R. Thomas is still
very much interested in our concern.
He is a member of the board of di
rectors, and still, has a large interest
in the concern. When Mr. Hugh
Chalmers bought a certain amount of
Mr. Thomas' stock he became presi
dent of this concern. JUr. Chalmers
was Vice-President and General Man
ager of the National Cash Register
Company for a number of years, and '
' on account of being so well known
he was made President of the E. R.
Thomas-Detroit Company, and conse
auently the name was changed, and
the car named after Mr. Chalmers on
account of his standing throughout
the country. This was positively tho
ony change that was made in tho
organization, except such changes as
Mr. Chalmers made to improve the
organization. The Chalmers-Detroit
Forty of today is the same car that
has been built for the last two years,
and which, was called the Thomas
MOTOR CO., -
, IC-H Sales Manager.
"The only man who doesn't praise the Chalmers "30" is a
1 man who doesn't own one.
-,' The Associated Garage, Ltd.
tif t "
V- f t-
Urelg, If.; Center (Ca'pt."), rh.; II. Chi!
llngworth, ch ; DavlHph.j Dwlght, or.;
H. Bailey, lr.; E Andrews, cf.; Cralk
II.; Marculllno, ol.
Punshou Fraser, g ; R. Cation, rf.J
iota. If.; McKtnnnu, rh.; Akina, ch.;
Dodge, lb.; Kyman, or.; Walker, Jr.:
Mon Ylii cf.; Dcba, II.; J. Catton
Diamond Heads Bob Chllllngworth,
1,.; John Clarke, rf.; Hickman, If.;
Lemon, rh ; Sherwood, ch ; Hughes,
Ih ; Carl Oss (Capt ), or.; Sing Chong,
lr.; E. Tcrnandcz, cf.; Norton, II.;
Y. M, C. A nickard, g ; Dickenson,
rf.; Smith, If.; McKlnlay, rh.; Ander
son, ch ; Dickson, In.; Illnckman, or.,
Brodcrlck, lr.; McLachlan, cf.; Brown,
II ; Macconel, ol.
ESCAPE SAY THEY
Thcro socms to be unothor side to
tho story regarding the escape ot Mil
ler from the brig at the Naval Sta
tion, and his return to confinement,
after being pursued by two sleuths
who were unable to catch him.
According to the police story, Mil
ler wns seon walking the streets when
by all the laws of the game, ho should
have been languishing In durancn
vile. Tho minions' 6t tho"law started
after hint", hot-footed, and he dashing
for the Naval Station,! In some mys;
tcrlous fashion gaining admlttanco to
tho brig. J.
"ttie detective lmrriedly sumcionci,
the sentry and Insisted that they h id
tllfit hf.n tViMKlntr hla nrlannnr. ThA
sergeant of tho guard was called, tho .executive c6mmlttne It was decldod
door of tho brig was unlocked, and "to rell,ln ""' Presley this year at a
Miller was found' lvlng on(the floor, salary of $2000, as Ijinngan would bo
opparcntly sleeping the sleep of tho unable to give 'the time from his law
Just. ' work.
The sleuths wcro certain that he Lnnagan, who retires from tho
man had been out, however, so one''Stanford coacjilng list, has occupied
Island Hnwkshaw placed his hand up
on the prisoner's! brow.
Now York,'' Dec. 7. Tho whole coun
try of Australia Is stirred up over the
fight between Tommy Burns and Jack
Johnson, according to Information re
ceived here today. Both men arc
working hard and will bo In prlmu
condition for thd bout,
Ed Stovtns, a prominent Sjdncs'
sporting man, In n letter to a friend In
this city, dedans that no sporting
event ever had thi country' by the carts
as has tho comtrg bout. He dcclarct
that tho movements of the mon from
the time thoy rlio In tho morning un
til taps aro soum'cd nt the quarters mo
roported In tho papers and that crowds
dally watch them box aud 'do thclt
Johnson Is a prlmato favorite with
every one.and so Is Burns, Both fight
ers have made hundreds ot friends, but
the big negro getsfatqng' better with
tho public than the'champlon.
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PRESLEY BECOMES SOLE . v
C0A0H AT STANFORD
STANFORD, UN1VHRS1TY, Calif..
Dec. 7. The 'Lanagan' regime at
Stanford d at an ciul, Gcorzo J.
Presley, who has served for two years'
as field and head, coach, will alono
hold the high post In control of nth
lotlcs nt Stanford University. At a
recent meeting of the student hqdy
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FOR THE CHRISTMAS TABLE
(JUST ARRIVED EX COLUMBIAN)
EUCHERED FIGS; PRESERVED CHERRIES;
INDIA RELISH; APPLE BUTTER
and MINCE MEAT (in Crocks) ;
DUCHESS QUEEN OLIVES, HEINZ MALT CIDER and
WHITE PICKLING VINEGAR;
AND ALL OTHER 57 VARIETIES.
, (No Benzoate of Soda or other preservatives used , in
Sold by all Grooers
TF you havfe trouble getting
Good Meats from your butcher
last two cars, and especially this
season, his nnrae has been associated
with the Stanford teams.
Chicago lends country In highest
scale ot wages paid In many occupa
lions. ' xi
this place for the last six jears with
unprecedented success. While ho
Ahn!" qnoth he of the gum shoca M le assisted by Presley In tho
and phoney whlskeraT"by the mIet-
u ro upon his forehead I deduce lhat
he has boon running.''
Sleep In here Jpr- five hourJ and
see If ou don't sweat'" snorted back
the sergeant ot the guard.
'But mine eagle eye doth tell ins
on the other hand, wcro unable to kcon that about hto 1eck ,a florBl lel'"
wicir opxnentsout of their territory, t"i"" i' uiwiiw ui nw
r.nd tho result was a 3 0 victory for '!olnlt"a.
tho il'allca An Investigation was at once rtart-
There remains but ono morn camo eii to find the reason aud whvfoinof
nf (Iim cnplnu In l.u ..I0....1 ti.n n. vt the lei. It war nnt hunt in And. Tim
Year's Das-. I'unalioim utn n.n ,nu, Hawaiian lad that had carried the I not
the Y. M C. A. and Diamond Heads .prisoner his evening meal was weiu-l -
will meet Malic, jlng the sumo about his neck, and, ot .door Is heavily locked, the koy ic-
(If Iho Y. M. C A. beats tho Puna- the request of Miller, handed It over poses In the pocket of tho sergc-int at
hous, tho association oleven will again .In nlm. tho ginrdlnnd thero Is a sentry pne-
bo tied with Iho Mailed, and an xtni The naval folk Instet that no mor-, Ing bad. nud forth In fiont nf tht
game v. Ill bn required lo sottle Ilia tal man could possibly escape from prison cell da) and night They
question of auproiiinri If tho Puna tho brig It Is to closo that uh H therefore hint that tho detectives
hous dtfunt thu Y. M, ft A, they will I very siurce, mid, furthermore, tho detected the vuong man,
Gcorgo Ado starts on tour of world
rfter den) Ing ho, Is engaged to Miss
President-elect Taft will naiua a Pn-
tclQc coast mini as member of his cab-
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