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EVUNINO HUU.KT1N, UONOUIM), T. II.. MONDAY, MAUCII 22, 1009.
GOOD AS THE BEST.AND BETTER THAN THE REST:
Whitney & Marsh
A new lot cf thes well-known mowers just at hand,
nnil they nic in time f r ioi to nttcrnl to llic cms that
will be Rtowm-4 so fast on r,ur lawns after the fine rains
we hnve had.
Wc have the test a." tlic tools that ro with Mowers,
surh as Hedge Shears, Hrnl Clippers. Tree Primers, and AU
borts of Onrdfii Tool Fy the way, lmc joh tried a lit
lie of ojr rORCEQRO VTII on jour lawns am) in your car
dens' E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Nisei Jackson Wins Easlly-Gorman Runs Well
Feag'er Gets Into Third Place
Most- Favorites track Up
two troopers were following him
closely on hoiseback, nnd oho of the
hnrfon trod on Jackson's foot, throw
ing him against the bank of the road.
Jackron hod to stop running nnd
rest for fifteen minute whilst- Hip
tiddlers massaged the Injured Mini),
(lorman then coming up, Jackson put
on a spurt and managed to get homo,
although he had to walk the latter
part Hc received a gieat nvaMon,
and w.ib congratulated by orcrono.
He tinted Hint Hcharsch stopped at
rearl City to he rubbed down, and
that then he (Jackson) forged ahead
and was, at the time of tho accident,
No More Tivc Trouble If You Use
Standard Tire Protectors
They take all the hard knocks, stone or class cuts and
bruises that a tire he id is constantly subject to, and pre
serve the tire in it3 o.-ipiual strcr.eth, thus climinatinR the
dancer of the blow-ou . the "huc-bear" to thrautomobilist.
When onco in pla,:e it pos.tively cannot creep or come
off It adds to the res hency of the tire. It actually saves
more than half the tire cwiuc
A number of sets of these piotestors arc in constant
use here, nnd are civ in ; entire satisfaction.
'Look' Look!' There they src'"gor men at once dropped Into a gait "mo "v mlles anMd' T,,e Mcond
lulukod a girlish voire. 0or be- that would have been admirable lor mnn- norman. ran a game race, but
lilnil the hlawe bushes, ami Mr .el- a mllp run, but which was simply
ton is In the lend. I think " Wow! suicidal over tho long llnlolv-a
what a chorus of "Whcrcs?- wpntj course. Ayrcs walked, and was
up from tho ic.it of the excursionists quickly left behind, although, of
to locate the Marathon runners, jcourse, tho others grndually came
ihick to him.
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1 'IliaraMmn' Honolulu I'.UfSV ..
BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 22
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights and Wednesday matinee,
"THE LADY SLAVEY"
Thursday and Friday nichts and Saturday aiatinee and eveninc,
"THE TOY MAKER"
OPERA HOUSE. POPULAR PRICES. 25c, 50c, and 75c.
"flee' but If j on ain't the limit,"
jelled a candid friend. "Vh. that's
tho cemetery, and them's the tomb
stones!" The laugh that went up
was cnriigh to wreck the train. Hut
why mention "wreck" bat c.imo
Inter The joung girl blushed crim
son and remarked, 'Well. iui)hnw, I
thought th'cy were the runnprs, and
I crimps innjbe some of 'cm hnve
died!" Then the girl got lliicc
The scene was lalil on tin- Hale
Iwu special train, which tnnslstcd of
Hie passenger coaches, alt of which
were crowded to their utmost capac
ity Hscn standing room was limit
ed Id Indies, and a second-class car
had tn bo requisitioned to accommo
date the intending passengers
Wc had nil arisen nt an unearthly
hour -for Sunday and li.ul Jour
nejcil down to Aula Park to witness
Hip stait of the two events lilcjclo
nd Mmr.thon inces And what a
ciowd It win." All Honolulu aimcar-
ed to be pi cent Ihcrj nationality
under the sun t-eemH gathered
uriiiind the square, oven a Hindoo
looked on Willi an lns'riitnbto coun
tenantf lint was this gamo tha
S,ihlb-log were up to now? Was It
somo re'lgimis ffsthnl? Ha! that
was It; doiibttets kxui the car of Jug
gcrnuut would ciuc.-ro from the tem
lilc wherein uusk, whlti-ilnd must
clHns played strange airs. Hut noth
ing like that hnppciieil. Instead. Will
I'rcstldgc lifted up his loud, strong
olce and reminded the cjcllsts that
u was titno ror them to line up.
Ten competitors out of the thir
teen on the progrnm started. At
"'.10 a. m., Maor Keru sent them
off on their long Journey, and Sen
ator Chllllngworth, Judge Mnhaulu,
and T Ormo awaited their arrival at
IIiiIcIwr.. Tho last been of the cyc
lists was as they swung out at a
good pace along King street.
Tho runners, walkers, and half-
nnd-liiilfcrs were then lined up. This
look some considerable time, as tho
I crowd encroached a lot on the ic-
ktc. still, it was a holiday gather
ing and good-humor prevailed cvery
wheic. Mothers, sisters, aunts, wives
finished some nine minutes behind
the winner, h'eagler rim Into third
place, tlmo Ch Mm., and the rest fin
ished as follows: 4, Tlnias; ii, Ui
pei; fi, Downey: 7, Davis: 8. Kena:
(9, Crane; 10, Honan; 11, Hunt; 12,
As before stnted. the special train ," ,',"", 'n " ""U"1!
s .ackcd, and a joyous bunch tho "LIT? A , ., . . '
were. Quite a number of ladles ?, , .8?raco! "". : 20-
dc the trio and all sei.mo.1 tn p.,- ' .' ' "'"" - ncnarscii; ii.
Joy themselves, i:vcry little wnjsldc
depot along the lino was crowded
and many a good-natured Josh was
A congenial bunch hnd forccath
smith; 23, Cabral; 24, p. Maliuko
na; 25, Nasclmento; 26, I'lckard;
27, Evenson; 28. Sam Hop: 29,
Clark; 30, Moore; 31, Doss.
Cheatham, Walsh, Nelson, Hajca,
til til "! .. .. .
ercd In tho first coach ahead. Most ',,V M" A.5rc8' Kros, Ilw"('
of thaolllclals wcrP there, nnd colds , K,u"1,(0' K- Mnhukonn. Hottcndorf,
helnir tiravnlpnt pnuch n,ivi.,rn , I JurKcn"cn. I'reltas. and Oravcs
In order. Just before reaching Wal-fln',.he,,1'n th.e an,bul"c! clas
nlua Borne kind soul suggested; "Just'. Thob CJcle ra,ro "" run ln lwo
one more before wc reach Hnlclwa."!" , "" ""niue nu mc win
Mr. Jonnthan Mclvaddcn of flstlo
ncr, I'adckln, rode a good race. Tho
fame had Just proposed a toast, nnd. l!"cn wcro t0Bclhcr for mo8t "' ll'c
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
nnd 40-H. P. CHALMERS. -DETROIT
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Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
inc to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos,
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Two Spscial Films: The FAM
OUS "SALOME DANCE"; THE LIFE
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
with glass uplifted nnd n sanctified
expression on his face, was about to
"sink It" when thero was a Illp!
Snort! Hang! and tho locomotive,
took the sand The car followed and
Mr, McPnddcn was thrown through
the air. "Am I out? Where did he
land on me?" oiled Jack as he vain
ly scrambled around looking for the
Thermos. Welner of the l'nrk The
ntro was nbout the (lrst man, except
ing the engineer, to notice anything
wrong. The movlng-plcturo man
happened to be looking out of the
window nnd noticed the englno take
a dive. He nt once jelled tovcry
one to hold tight and perhaps wo
Uldn't don't s'ou think?
At tho Instant tho air was thrown
on, the II u M c 1 1 n man, being of a
very nervous temperament, reached
for a pocket flask nnd braced himself
for tho shock. It came, but was not
much harder than nny ordinary sud
To Knginccr Hardee may be given
the credit of averting a terrible trag
edy, rtunning as he was up to the
Walalua switch, ho had. of course,
slowed down considerably, t tho
instant the lornmotlre nit tho
switch, Hardee felt tho right-hand
wheels mount'thc rail. Ho at onco
throw tho air onto the passenger
coaches, and then cut off nnd revers
ed his engine. Tho locomotive, how
ever, dashed off tha rails and ran
along tho ties, cutting and breaking
a Inrgo number of them. Tho pn.
"- "ere mere in lorce. sne then plowed Its way
iii t- ,,vt ,r nHTojhani, and topp,e(l ovcr to t
!'.. ,.r ." B"y w,,h ,lle nngle of 4fi degrees. The car Imrno
ret." and, 0 but Jo Is the limit (!,ntcl) roIlowlnB , u ,'
"-. " timiM-s; wo,-, no is ,VHH derailed, and after one
.... nui-i-a nun riijfinn; , mo llini-'l,.
turn tltlo righted Itself almost.
I It was simply wonderful that no
one was Injured seriously. Jim
Stewart had his right hand badly
cut and crushed by a door that slain
, mpd on him ns he trlod to make his
rSI'nilA fffltll fVlA AIM tlnwlj.. .I.n...n.l
ol pv' n" 'h6 , 8"".Ul "" ,"" Rr";t P'c. ofmlni and art.; w
iv -"? , '!"".V ',HPk 'l-""l-tly on feeling the engine "lift"
N ',T "ol;t1a."V"rt ,h"1 h0 ,'""!"' I" all probability saved many
Is, mnde the special train proposition people's lives
lly iclntlves of every cmbrjo hero
were perfectly satlslled In their own
minds that their "boy" was going tii
win by nbout ten city blocks,
A K. Vlerrn, Dcnshnm. nnd I'rcs-
lldgo wcie a host in themselves. Uv-
Journey nnd, unlike the pods, wcro
fresh nt tho finish,
In tho Marathon u much larger
percentage of runners finished than
was expected. No less than 31 com
pleted the course. Tho balance wcro
brought home In all kinds of con
cynnces, and In all sorts of condi
tions. All the men were practically
cripples on nrrlval at llalelwa, and
It was painful to watch them hobble
about. Two men who ran barefoot
ed all tho way were In n bad wny.
Nelson was seized with cramps in
tho stomach and had n bad time. P.
J. Walsh's leg went back on him Just
ns ho was running strong and look
ing like a winner. Ayres collapsed
at I.cllehua and was brought In u'n n
wagonette. Chcathnm was the first
to seek an auto ride, and arrived at
llalelwa vory early. The Ixillchua
troopers wcro of great assistance to
tho runners nnd saved many a man
who had crawled Into the scrub or
enno to sleep. Most of tho refresh
ment stations v. ere good, but, from
all accounts, thero were somo ory
dry stages ,and this Is one of tho
things that must be gone Into thor
oughly next year.
It was a most delightful day alto
gether, and Marathon Day seems a
sure thing for future years. Tho trip
homo tn town was dovold of excite
ment, and much singing was Indulg
ed in hy everyone Honolulu woko
up with a Tcngcance yesterday, and
It seems feasible that other excur
sions should be brought off to Hale
lwc In the near future. What about
a surf gymkhana?
Wc have Just received
New Shirt Waists
These are the scomd consignment of the Spring
Styles; Dainty and In-.xpcnsive; $1.60 to $5.00.
COLORED EMBROIDERIES Edges and Insertions
to match, in pink, bite, red, and black; 12y2c to 30o yd.
CHILD'S FANCY SOCKS
Checks; all sires, 30c.
Colored Stripes nnd
Mnny Novelties in WASH GOODS.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Shirts and Underwear
The good sizes are going fast. Come in while wc can
The 35-CENT SHIRTS are the best value wc have
OUR STOCK IS GOING RAPIDLY.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
possible He backed tho venture, be
lieving that tho Honolulu public
know a good thing whon ihoy saw ll
And well was his faith Justified, foi
300 peoplo purchased tlckelH for the
trip, nnd thpreby guaranteed the siu.
icsh of the undertaking.
Hut let us resume tho tale of Joj.
Tho forty-Blx runners toed thu mark
at 7:Jn, and a mixed bunch Hipv
Leslie, the popular pitcher, who
was noting as flreninn, noticed Har
dee put on the nlr.v but could not Im
agine the reason till ho saw th en
gine go over.
At a meeting of the special-train
passengers held at llalelwa, it was
resolved to acquaint Mr. Hardee with
tho fact that all the excursionists
llJ I fnll .1... (. . . ..... . .. .
WPtn Inn Rl,.r,,l ,i,.i ....-' '"" "TlUK lu Ills unillllll
" """-" "i'-i nil , j .... . . .
against slxty-lnrhors; n bundled and ", "" , '"any "cu,nH nuu nl oc
10c. and 20c
FORT ST. opp C0NVEN1'.
nighty poundeiH stood alongside of
130-poundciH; lean mou and stout
men; dark men and fair men, mid
hairy men mid one bald man One
of tho llttlo men he wns not ho
feet high moaned: "Cosh, hut what
mil 1 up against? Why, it takes
three of my strides to equal one of
that long guy's" Still, the llttlo
chap heat inoio than heat him,
and now swears ho is going to ti.iln
for twelve months, so as lo ninho a
cinch uf the noM Marathon Good
luck to him; that's the kind of dope
to admire In a man; nnd Oljmplc
Hhjpb Is a smull mini, too.
furred Kvenono spoko highly of
ilardeo's skill and cool-headcdncss,
and wero all very pleased to hear
that the cause of the ditching was H
ilofeetlMi fiog In tho switch.
Mi Smith, the superintendent of
ho O K, & I,, Co., wns on the train
i nd at once examined the sceno of
tho accident. Ho said the "frog"
Another train happened to bo at
Walalua depot and all passengers
were transferred to It and conveyed
A large crowd of people wore al
ready there, having come In on the
8' 22 limited. A rush was at onco
Veterinary Surgeon Pottie has
taken an office at the corner of
Hotel and Union streets, where he
can be consulted on all matters
relating to stock and where the
well-known Pottie remedies can
be obtained. Tel. 361.
II. S. Walker turned In the best
nci iuio ul mo country c;iuu on i
Hunday and thereby won the office
clock offered for the event. Halstcnd
who made tho best grots score, se
cured tho Thermos bottle.
Mark Itohlnson has removed the
hoodoo from tho seventh hole fllals
tend green), nnd made It In three.
Ho therefore captures tho special
prize offered for this dlfllcult feat.
Considering tho high wind, Mr. Hob
Inson's effort was a remarkable qno.
There were a number of automo
bile parties out at the links, nnd ev
erything looked at Its host. Tho
MOIC3 wore as follows:
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
A. Wnlkcr 83
II. Armstrong UnHnlshod
XZFrm. iiiiibi m mi ,mimmmmnrie
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED SONGS I
Admission 10c and 15r
At 7 41. tin rtinnniH uhict...! ....
the long Journoj Some of the jonn-'!',"""1- "10 r"ad ln ,,opeB of 8eelnB
... . ' 'lle Marathon nmneia arrlvo, but It
mm inn nil 12:23 that Meal Jack
son limped. under the wlie, 4 hours
and 30 minutes after he had started
fioui Aula Park, Jackson, who got
a great reception, would have cut
out tho distance In much less time
full fur an incident. II appeals Hint
when about lwo miles fiom Hnlelwn
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
J. U. IJVan 92
S. (J. Wilder 3
M. A. Itoblnson 97
T. Gill ... 83
i:. O. White 91
W. Woon j 02
A. Hwart 100
H. H. Walker 37
Austin White 88
J. O, Young 97
M. Phillips no
P. W. Klebnhn 1 01
J. 1). (Inlnes lot
Jas. Piddes Ul
I J. 1). Mclneinv 112
W, Simpson 102
C Kimball 1 in
J. (1. Iliilhivell nil
(I. iKonborg (2fi
1 2 S3
NOW IN PROGRESS
And Right Through the Month of March
TEMPTING PRICES IN
And All Surplus Shoes
Every Line on the Counters for the Rest of This
Month Are at Prices That WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO
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