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GOOD AS THE BEST AND BETTER THAN THE REST:
A new lot of these well-known mowers just at hand,
and they are in time for you to attend to the grass that
will be growing so fast on your lawns after the fine rains
we have had.
We have the rest of the tools that go with Mowers,
such as Hedge Shears, Hand Clippers, Tree Fruners, and Ail
Sorts of Garden Tools. By he way, have you tried a lit
tle of our F0R0EOR0WTH on your lawns and in your gar
dens? E. 0. Hall St Son, Ltd.
No More Tire Trouble If You Use
Standard Tire Protectors
They take all the hard knocks, stone or glass outs and
bruises that a tire tread is constantly subject to, and pre
serve the tire in its original strength, thus eliminating the
danger of the blow-out, the "bug-bear" to thrautomobilist.
When once in place it positively cannot creep or come
off. It adds to the resiliency of the tire. It actually saves
more than half the tire expense.
A number of sets of these protectors are in constant
use here, and art giving entire satisfaction.
Standard Tlrt Vrolettnrt tavc you
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Call or nt for Ulett booklet, which fully cspltlnt
tht "facts" about BuodardTlr. rrotcclutt.
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' Merchant St.
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Wonderful Motion Pictures bring-
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Two Special Films: The FAM
OUS "SALOME DANCE"; THE'LIFE
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
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It lias been decided to hold a Mar
nthon race over tlio proper distance,
viz.: twenty-six miles and three hun
dred and ciglity-nve yards. Tlio
event will coma off at the League
ball ground on April 18. This Is
Indeed good news nnd will be wel
comed by both runners and tho gen
A properly measured circular
track will bo roped off, and It Is es
timated that about three laps of
this course will bo equal to one
mile, Admission to the grounds will
bo charged and some handsomo
prizes will bo given. All the com
petitors will hao to pny an entrance
fco of one dollar and this money will
go to swell the prize list.
Tho arrangements for tho com
fort of both runners nnd nttcudonts
will bo complete Kach contestant
will hava a booth at tho side of the
tinck, where he and his trainers may
get In thoir massago nnd refreshment
nets. Every station will have, tho
temporary owner's number above It
mill n hoard will show exactly how
many laps tho runner has made. This
will simplify matters for tho specta
tors, who, otherwise, on a circular
(rack, cannot tell who Is ahead nnd
often are to bo heard cheering a
man whom they believe tho winner.
when In reality ho Is many laps be
hind. Great enro will have to bo
taken oy tlio lap-takers or clso n
general rumpus will occur. Kvcn
tho runners themselves get Into such
n state thnt thpy Imagine they havo
completed moro laps than they rca)ly
have. It Is no ensy matter to keep
tab on fifty or sixty runners whn'nro
constantly changing places, and who
for about 80 laps are spending their
tlmo on nnd off tho track. 61111,
there will bo plonty of volunteers,
no doubt, for tho many positions that
will bo created by tho race.
Tho Marathon crnzo has about
spread all over the world, and even
In tho South Seas would-be. IOtig
boat are. In training for future
events. Many of tho men wlio com
peted In tho Mnrathon on Sunday
last are sure they can defeat Nigel
Jackson over a "fl-mllo course. Well,
they will havo their chince on tho
League grounds, nnd maybo some of
them will beat the first Hawaiian
Marathon winner.) It will bo n dif
ferent matter to run around a nice
ly lovclcd track iik compared with
tho uphill and down dnlo Journey to
Jackson has gonn Into training
onco moro, and Is confident of being
ublo to again win from nil comers.
Tho rnco meeting on April 18 should
bo attended by n crowd that will
tax tho Loagua grounds to Its ut
TOWN TEAM BEAT
Tho gnmo of baseball between tlio
Asahls nnd the Alcas, played n't Ho
nolulu plantation on Sunday, was
won by tbo former team by a scoro of
7 to 6. It took eleven Innings to
decide the game, and the Asahls
were very elated nt defeating tho
The ground Is a new one, And the
town team found It hard at first to
get their eye In. The gaino was even
at the ninth, and threap more inn
ings had to bo played ' before the
winning run was made.,
The official score was:
Arakl, 3b R 1
Goto, cf G
8. Nods, m .1
M. Noda, lb ....
Marlyama, p ,.,.1
Akamoto, c ....3
Ikcda, 2b 4
Sueoka, rf 3
KoJIma, It 0
Kiirisakt, If ....3
Totals 36 7 9
Kd Ajntt, 31) ...r. 1 2
A. T. You, c ...4
D. Kupnu.'lf ...ft
I). Mmanul. n . .4
4 33 12 2
2 t ft 0 1
10 13 7 3
10 10 1)
1 1 II 0 1 I)
John I'etcr, 2b... 4 0 U u ft 1 n
lOeo. Wand, cf. .
J. Davis, rf ...
o 1 0 6
ft 1 1 (l 1 0
r 0 2 1 1 1
Cabral, rs 4 1 0 1 1 2
Totals il C 9 3 33 14 C
HALEIWA RACE PRIZES
All tho runners who won priren
in the recent Mnrathon, are rcfiujeat
cd to cnll at Wall, Nichols' store nt.d
sco A. K. Vlqrra, Somo time today
has been suggested -an a good tln.e
to drop in and c.hooso a prUe. and
all should remember that the com
mittee want to go the nffnlr,off their
hands and get Into harness for Iho'
next Marathon, As each man makes
his choice- hct'Wlll receive ail order
lor ins prize.
MISS HASH'S THANKS
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I wish to thank all friends who m
kindly helped mo In, tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 u
1 MABLK HABTIi:.
Hotel waiter arrested for theft of
purse belonging to Mrs. V. V. Fuller
suspected of stealing Miss Crocker s
i .- ,.
By Hon of Trip.
G. C Beokley, Jr.
PHONE 109. ' ' '
Hans Nelson nnd "Demon" SIIvt
have been matched by Joe Cohen to
fight nn eight-round go at the Orphcum
In the near future. This should be
n fine scrap, ns both men aro husky In
dividuals nnd aro after ono another's
Nelson, So fAr, has woo nil his
matches and consequently Is very con
fident that he can defeat the Punch
bowl champion. And the Marino seems
to have ntoally good chance, too. Ho
haii tho length And Is as strong as a
hull Into tho bargain; ho Is rather
crude In his boxing but nukes up for
that by his good rondltlci.
Hllva Is well known to all tho flghf
fans and Is sura to put up n good go
onco ho Is aroused properly, and
aroused hu will bo sure by tho Dano's
sturdy left. Thcro should bo homo
hair-raising scrapping whilst tho two
men arc In Iho ring, nnd it will bo wal
lop from tho tap of the gong. If Sll
vn's condition holds out, ho should go
closo to winning, but without strict
training the "Demon" will go 'down
to (he Dane If tho latter can birly keep
awny from Sllvn's right for tho first
"Ironman" McCnllough has not jot
Jiccn matched, although tlioro In much
talk of another scrnp against Sharkey
belug made. It Is to bo hoped these
two men aro brought together again
ns their two previous flghtB were fine
shows, and tho sporting public Is about
evenly divided as to their ruspcctltu
Terry nnd lilrd are another pair of
probable boxers. Thgt two havu also
met before, tho go 'ending lu n draw,
and It Is nnld thnt they nro anxious for
another mrotlnK. Then Mcl-'addcn und
"Sailor" Morch arc simply dying to get
at ono another within Ihu roped arena,
nnd It Is only it matter of Mr. Cohen
getting busy with nil offer, that will
fix tho match up mire.
Taking, It nil uroiind. (hero shotili'
bo some good boxing exhibitions n tlu
near future, nnd 'tho fans will hni
something to tlilk about for n fuw dnyi
beforo and after thp monta.
V1NTER-S0H00L BASEBALL SOON
The Interscholastlc sonlor bnieball
league this year will have four teams
In the competition. Oaliu College,
High School, Kamehamchn Schools,
snd St. Louis College will enter
loams. The Bt. Louis team will bo
a good one, hs some very promising
Players havo beeh brought to light.
The intsrclnsa gimes on Aula I'nrk
hsvr'becn very good, and much en
thusiasm has been shown by both
scholars and mnslcrs
O.ihu will have u stlong toain this
coming season, and tho Collcgo Iiojh
aro confident thht they can about
win the championship. SHU, tho
Kams and High School may bo de
pended on to stir things up n bit,
nnd one thing is sure, and that Is
thnt the pin) all nround will bo
much Improved upon that of last sea
The Mslt of Iho Itcncli-AII team
will begin to show fruit Ucry
bascb.ill plnjcr who watched that
great aggregation of stars nt work
miist have picked up a new wrinkle
or two. It is Juit such visits thnt
levhe and Improve nny sport, whe
ther It be football, tennis, baseball,
or any of the other hundreds of nth
letlc stunts. Doubtless man) n small
boy has been practising that clever
business of Silent 1)111 Hums "Our
Hill"- and has mastered the art of
throwing to first from tho pitcher's
box, without giving nny indication
of the fact In advance.
Tbo baseball season will open In
the near future, nnd the sooner tho
better. It Is n grand gnuic, nnd
some much-improved play Is being
looked forward to by everjbod).
n rt ::
THE FATE OF THE
DAVIS TENNIS CUP
I W .ssssE MM
ft. CA TssssssssE
NO USE !
rIS man has no use for his
shoes. He is tied up to a
stiff proposition that is
ocoupying all his attention.
But for the one with both feet
on the ground we have some good
DON'T THROW AWAY A PAIR OF SHOES BECAUSE THE -SOLES ARE WORN
THROUGH, OR THE SEAMS HIPPED IN THE UPPERS. '
Bring them to ns; our expert machine man will mend them in a' jiffy so they will
look and wear like new shoes.
Hen's soles and heels, $1,25; Women's soles and heels, $1.00; Women's Fine Hand-Turned
soles and heels, $1.00; Msn's rubb heels, 65o; Women's rubber heels, 60c.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDINO, KINO AND BETHEL STREETS.
Tin- Davis nip. which Is lit pri'seul
held by AiiKti-il.isln. seems lo bo the
renter of a lot of trouble down In Hie
Antipodes It will be remembered that
Norman ltrooks and Wilding won the
flip from Wright and Alexander, Hi
Americans Now Wilding Is u Niw
Zenlander and llrooks nn u tnlljii
mid ns the Dominion of N 7. want to
cnler the wotld's terming rlinmploii
nlilp alone, tbo holders or tho D.ivis
cup do not know what to do It Alls
trnll.i Is repnwiilcd by llrooks nnd
porno other Australian, and have to
play against Wilding mid another
Maorllnndcr, huiv can the cup be lost
or won If Hies" "down soothers"
thntild moot In the duals? Itrookn
representing Knngarool.iud Is part
holder of the cup, nnd Wilding for tbo
laud of Moa. Is eipijlb Interested m
the troph). It Is n queer incss-up any
how, nnd the simplest vvuy out of tho
dllllrulty scemi to be to allow tlio
combined N Z-Aus tram to lcprescnt
the Antipodes mien inure, and then lu
the ovelit of the buy being won by If.
S. A. pr Clrent llrltaln. let the two
southern commonwealth put fresh
teams In for the following ear. Hut
whnt If llrooks and Wilding rbnuM
win once mine' rib wrll. thai Is Im
piobdbk', and If Hu v did win for the
till nl time well. Il - up to someoni
else to solve the cllllti uln Kiln ,crlli)
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limber Shop, baa o m-d 1'itix'ntnl pai
lorn at the obi Union Hirlur Rliop
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