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hatch out chicken) if you want a lot of eggs and broil
ers this year.
DID YOU SEE THE
WORKING AT THE POULTRY SHOW?
We filled a 120-cRff incubator
and when the eggs had been
tested out there were 103 eggs
left that showed signs of feitil-
The day the show opened the
cgss wcie taken out of the incu
bator and were carried with the
machine a couple of miles in a
waeon and placed in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch and we pot S3 fine,
hearty chicks out of the 103
cgt,s. These arc now being rais
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"PROF." SULLIVAN .
WON'T START SCHOOL
HUMORIST GETS BUSY AT DICK'S
University of Arena Strategy .Won't
Materialize if Middleweight Knojvs
Anything About It Small Boys Aw
Determined and Say "Yes"
Dick Sullivan In wondering what
kind of u game In being played on
linn. Tlu 111 Ht Inkling that lie roil-hud
tlult Kimuthlng was In tlio
wind, nrrlved yesterday morning,
when lit gut the following letter
through the mails:
Mr. Dick .Sullivan: Having
learned that you nre going to open
ii school of fighting that will leach
tho ait of bolf-dcfcnse In nil Its
blanched without cot to the stu
dents, I here hand ou my applica
tion. I should like to learn to light
uiiil yotu offer lo tench everything
without charging anything for the
Instruction looks good to me. Do you
furnish the boxing glows or must
excry man buy his own. I hope that
)ou will let me know when the first
bison will lie given.
(Signed) I.. GOMEZ.
While ho wits still n-cogltatlng av
er the roiiununli'ntloii, Sulllvnn was
uppioached li a small 7 year old,
with n bundle of papers under hit
aim, who announced that he, too,
wished to Jiiuti Iculato at the Sullivan
I'nlversHy of Arena Strategy.
For n minute Dick was so taken
1) surprise that he hail to (jaBp for
bieath, und before he managed to get
his voice back ho wns greeted with a
bunch of yells of, "Dat's him. He's
the guy that's goln' ter stnrt the
scrnppln' school. Wontcher take ma
In, Mister Sullivan!"
Dm lug the first pause Dick vainly
endeavored to explain that he had
ur. Intention of going Into the teach
ing business, that he, wns not n phil
anthropist and that he did not want
pupils. It wns a useless waste of
breath. The small boys would not
This morning Sulllvnn skulked
about with, a hunted look, and every
time hn saw anything that looked
like an embryonic pugilist, he scoot
ed down a back alley. Ha may have
to start that school after all.
"HIKING CHAMPS" WILL
HIT THETORF AGAIN
One of tho features of tho cham
pionship walking race at the Chinese
fitld ilny tomorrow afternoon, will be
the contest between Sulllvnn, Ayres,
and Cheatham for tho undisputed
championship of the Hawaiian Inl
ands. Sulllvnn, having defeated
Ayres Inst week, Is now entitled to
wear tho belt, according to his
friends. Cheatham feels that ho can
do a thing or .two, and his past per
formances have given him some ox
cube for such n belief.
Having won his luurols decisively
In last Sunday's race, Sullivan looks
upon the outcome I of tomorrow's
match as insured, though ho will not
take any chances und will not relax
his rigid training rulo.
Cheatham has less time than tho
other top-llncrs for tralnlrig, but
jencli event hits been bin) In , better
condition than in the preceding one,
and ho must be taken into the flgui
Ing when the winner is doped out.
Tho live llrst men In last Sunday's
race will bo seen In tho'contest to
morrow. tt It B
TAFT DEFEATED AT GOLF
January 30 and 31 and February
3, C, nnd 7 nre the dates set for the
(umes between tho Ilcach Club All
Americans and the All-Hawalluus.
The All Americans will icach hero
fiom the Orient on Friday next on
the Mongolia ami tho llrst game will
bo played the following day.
It has been decided by the League
authorities to make tho chnrges "H
follows: (Itneral admission to
grounds, CO cents; seats In the wlngj
of the grandstand, 75 cents; reserved
The first two games wilt bo played
Saturday and Sunday week. Then u
rest will be taken until tho following
Wednesday. The next two games
will bo played on the Saturday und
Sunday following. This ghrs four
week-end games and one in tho mid
dle of the week.
At what hour the games will bo
played hns not been decided. Tho hi
liague Is in consultation with tho
Riverside League now, however, and
It may be that one gamo between
teams of that league will precede tho
big game on each day.
Probably the Inst practlco game of
the All-Hawallans will be that play
ed tomorrow afternoon, Tho gamo
will bo with the Marine Corps uggia
Cation. The latter organization has
hi en greatly strengthened since the
ai rival of the marine reinforcements.
It will be the lust occasion on which
fansiwill havii a chunco to seo how
the AU-Hnwallans lino up against
Tho team tomorrow will be com
posed of tho following players;
Soares, catcher; Al Castle and Heu
ter,- pitchers; George llruns, first
base; James Williams and Miller, tec
ond buso; Hampton, short stop; J no.
Williams and Ilushuell, third base;
Harry Urdus, left'fleld; U, Lemon and
J, Ida, center field'. Will Desha, right
field. Captain Fernandez will not
play toinorrdw, but will watch the
work of his team closely.
ALLIANCE DEFEATS OPPONENTS
BY JUST ONE RUN
Secretaries or o t h o r
authorized representatives of
clubs, aro asked to send in a
list of events, scheduled by
thorny that they may be Includ-
cd In the program. Address
nil communications to the
Sporting Editor, Evening
II u lie tin.
First Sports Event in Konohi Cele
bration Proves. All That Anyone Can
Ask Studious' Ones Demonstrate
Ability as Players
'Twas n Joyous pastlmo watching
tho Chinese Athletic Club nnd the
Chinese Students' Alliance batting
balls nro'und the diamond yesterday
afternoon. Everybody expected to
!sec the students whitewashed beyond
all possibility of recognition, but they
sprung a vuipriso on everyone by ml.,
mlnlsteilng to the C. A. C. bunch a
It wns notjin overwhelming vic
tory by any means, but considering
tho strength of tho C. A. p. team,
lit wns considered entirely satisfac
tory by the winners.
Tho Alliance stnrted things going
right from the. -mail, whanging oul
I two runs In tho first inning. That
j caused ,tho C. A. C. men to awaken
to tho fact that something wns do
ing, and they got down to work.
During tho next three Innings it
was simply n case of to the bat and
thence to tho bench. Just as fast as
the operation could be repented.
In the tlfth Inning the Alliance
tallied up another run, but the C. A.
C. went me belter and chalked up
.two. That was the starter for the
athletic bunch und they registered
l..n ...11.. I. .MI. ,1 I t
una tun; in vavii nuitceuiuK inning.
There were not enough Innings left,
however, and ut tho end they were
still ono run behind their opponents.
Following are the line-ups:
C. A. C. Apau, c; Amoy, p; En
Sang (capt.), lb; Akina, 2b; Asam,
Jb; En (Ice, ss; Sing Hung, rf; C.
Y. Mark, cf; En Sue, If.
Alliance Chi Ilul, c; J. Lo, p; E.
Ayou, 'lb; Mon Yin, 2b: Ako. 3b;
Sing Cbong, ss; Hang Cliack, rf; Dal
Chan, cf. i
Score by Innings:
C. A. C 0 0 0 0 2 111 10
Alliance 20001001 37
LADIES DAY AT
THE COUNTRY CLUD
PlaiiB are being mado for a "ladlefc
day" at tho Oahu Country Club In
the near future. Tho exact date has
not boon decided upon, but the com
mittee In charge of tho arrangements
will make an announcement within
a day or two.
Ono of tho most Interesting feat
ures of the day will bo the Invita
tion ladles' tennis tournament. TIiIj
will bo tho first tournament to bo
held on the new court and will verve
I to inirouuce the court to the club
I A mixed golf tournament Is also
I contemplated. Many of the ladles of
the club have been taking Instruction
Jan. 23; Konohi field sports,
Hoys' Field, 1 p. m.
Jnn. 23: Chinese Alohas'
Jan. 24: Noonday luncheon
nt Country Club.
Jan. 27: Hawaii Yacht Club
annual meeting und banquet.
Jan. 30: Iloxlng, Smith vs.
neuiy. ,ln coif nlav from tlm elnli tirnfpH-
Jun. 31: Hogcy tournnment slomi antI ulnbcr of tnem imvc
Values up to 35c Reduced to
- lOcand 15c
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AUGUSTA, On., Jan. I. Tho I'lei-lilent-eleet
had a complete holiday.
He was defeated nt golf by Austin
Fox, u New York lawyer. Honry V.
Toft confessed a similar ending to
hts game. After tho golf n long au
tomobile rldo was taken. Mr. Taft
Buhl tonight thut ho had made no
Cabinet progiessnnd had nothing to
announce in that connection. Miss
Helen Taft assisted Mrs, I.andon
Thomas nt her reception, which was
held In the pavilion or the Country
8 ti tt
Connolly turns piofesslonul and
challenges Oorando to Marathon race
In San Francisco.
.mi ii ii mm mm
By"Hour or Trip,
Gi G. Beciriey, Jr.
become very' proficient In tho ancient
Scottish game. It Is believed that
the.y will welcome tho chance to test
their skill against some of tho play
ers of known ability.
Some of the ladles will be aBked to
dispense tea on the afternoon of the
tournnment, und the event will
doubtless bo a pleasant one from a
(M)clul standpoint us well 'us fiom an
I The suggestion, made by Vice I'rei
Ident Walter Dillingham, that roque
,be introduced at tho club, has met
,wlth general favor and stqps aro now
being taken to arrange for tho Instul-
at Country Club,
Feb. 1: Howling tournament
Feb. 27: Y.m! C. A. track
Feb. 13.: Iloxlng, Sullivan
Jan. 30; All Americans vs.
All Huwnllans ou League
Jan. 31: All American vs.
Feb. 3: All American vs. All
Hawaiian. ' - jllt0I1 of ,-oque courti
Feb. 0: All American vs. All , Tll0 peclal trophy, offered for the
Hawaiian. nrlit pnyer who make Halstead hole
Feb. 7: All American vs. All j thrpe 8trokes is still hung up,
Hawaiian, - tUough tho best players In the club
have tried for the prize. Tho now
Kjventh green Is proving consider-
Charles Foley and Paul Hardeman bly moro of a "stlcke'r" than any
play close tennis In singles tourna- one expected, nud Tt may bo that the
ment on Golden Gate Park courts. i equipments may have to be teduied
Sam Langf'ord Is willing to box somewhat.
two big men on the name night with J It n it
short rest. ! Olorlo wins feature, seven furlongs,
Austinllan amateur football play- nt Arcadia, defeating Meellclc und
era will moot three Rugby toams In Cemtuoll.
California. I It It tt
Hitter war betwoon baseball Turf statistics for year 1908 shows
leagues on "Coast Is promised. westcrneis stand high.
AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS WEEK DAYS.
Another Shipment of Our Famous
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Values like these are winning Big Busi
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Style, Material and Workmanship
Equal to what double the
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