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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULTJrT. II., .WEDNESDAY, OCT. C, 1009
Yes, E.' 0. HALL & SON have it for sale.
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PUnE PARIS GltEEN in packages from Vi lb. to
The beetles will not touch your roses if sprayed with
the above. We will f rnish you with the formula nnd
ion ccn ic:3s all the b n-tifcl' roses you wish.
Wc also ecU the HAND AND BUCKET SPRAYERS
used for tins work nn.1 c!l sorls of Tools and Implements
needed in the garden.
Try a little Poison on the "rose bugs:" it bents
tilln them by the old method of two little wooden
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tinuing for ONE WEEK ONLY.
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Lot 8G80 Formerly $ 9.00 Reduced to $ 6.75 a suit
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perior line of felt hats at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and
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BY V, L. STEVENSON.
Prospers For I
IMillo Kornnndei Is tinrd nt work
arranging things In general (or the
football neuron. Tlio town team In
pretty well organized and Kd has writ
ten the l.cllolnui bunch asking them to
r.rrnnj e u ilato mi which It will be
convenient for them to play n gnmo in
The Marines are hard at work prac
ticing, and they will have one of the
strongest teams plalug thin Reason.
The 20lh Infantry at Vtnt Shatter will
nlno have a team In the field and they,
too, huvo been practicing n lot,
A gridiron will be fixed up at the
Athletic Park ami moat of the games
will bo played there. Tho prospects
of good Btlrrlng football during the j
coming season aio ery bright and the
fnct that the tolillcra nie going In for
the game adds much Interest to the
Eddie Fernandez Is anxious to hear
fiom Intending players and wants to
hear suggestions as to the way tho
season will be conducted. A meeting
of all those Interested wig bo held ns,
Boon ns iKixHlble and many matters ,
can then be arranged.
Football Is going to Imom this year
and some ery fine games should bo
keen on tho illtlcicnt fields.
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Tomorrow afternoon n return
ritcket match will bo plnyed between
the local club and the eleven from
the Hertford. The match Is attract
ing n lot of attention, as the Hono
lulu people are determined to turn
the tables on the sailors this time.
The local team will be strength
encd a lot, nnd the chances are that
the navy men will find that Hawaii
has n much stronger eleven thnn
(hey were led to believe on Saturday
The first game, which ended In a
draw, very much In favor of the lled
ford', wns responsible for as good an
exhibition of batting as has. been
seen In Honolulu for a long-time.
llob Anderson was got' rid of very
cheaply: on Saturday that- Is, con
sidering the fnct that It he onco gets
properly set a century is very likely
to come' from his bat.
Most of the H. C. C. players arej
in imny kwu lurui, uuu, juukiiik
from the way In which the old stand
byes batted on Saturday they are
liable to knock up a big score to
morrow. At any rate the sailors
will have to show Just as good, If not
better, form to win to morrow.
The match will bo rather a Boclety
event, and a large number of spec
tators will no doubt attend at the
Maklkl grounds tomorrow. The Vet
eran II. A. Jordan will be on deck,
nnd ns he Is batting In good form
now he may give the Bailors a taste
of his .quality with the bat beroro
they get rid of him.
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Oahu League Starts
Next Sunday the second series of
thoiOahu lljiseball League will start,
and the two games will be the J. A.
C.s and the C. A. C.s and tho Marines
The, J. A. C.s won the first scries
nnd will put up a great fight to
again capture the honors. The Ma
rines played in a peculiar manner
right through tho first series; on
paper they appear to have a winning
nine and many peoplo touted them
iib the winners of tho first series.
However, thoy lost many games by
a very close margin and were also
handicapped by tho fact that An
derson, their catcher, was barred
out ot a lot oc games owing to a
The greatest Interest Is being
tukon In tho Oahu toa'guo scries,
and' If tho piny In the second series
Is as good as that in tho first one
that is pau, tho fithsl'arb going to
hate n treat. '" "
Tho Oahu Lenguo players put up
an exciting' chough brand of ball 'and
tho, thousand's who eiowd the Park
every Sunday aro always treated to
n fine exhibition of the national
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Harry Mansfield wishes It Known
that he is still in the pugilistic
gnmq and open to meet any of the
BOOTS AND SHOES.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sts.
Soccer Game, Locals-
vsH.B. M.S. Bedford
While the officers of the lledford are
tomorrow engaged In a match with tho
Incitl cricketers at Maklkl, the soccer
players of the warship will be doing
things to the Honolulu players on ut
Alilolani College grounds,
The game, which Is to start at 4
o'clock, should be a very good one and
as tho local team Is pretty strong, the
callors should have a hard tlmo tn
front of them when they run tip against
ITiirry llalley Is looking over the ar
rangement of the matter' and Is unx
Ions to sec the following bunch of
placrs roll up tomorrow; Andrews,
Henry Chllllnxworth, Dob Chilling'
worth, Norton, trailer, Aklna, Mar-
calllno. Dwlght, Hlckard, Uroderick
From that list a fine team could be
picked and the Uritlshers would have
n tough lot of players to go against,
Yesterday afternoon (here was some
football practice out at the League
grounds, nnd some of the play won
l eally good. Tho following playors
were on the field: Wlnne, Klnslea,
Downey Sam Chllllngworth, Owl flu
Dwlght showed line form nnd Is In
the. best of condition., tt Is hoped that
this afternoon there wlll biWliirger
number of players present 'sit that a
scratch game can be'got up.
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BY 04II -W nterS
t'nfortuntito fellows, like reporters,
who arc obliged to attend baseball
cliTi'ilnnphlps.'are heart soro over tho
probable triumph of. Detroit In the
American League,'' say a' St. Uul
basoball writer,' For Detroit Is a jay
n vUlt. JpocWJy 'n the fall It
ID n BIMil'lu nil, v ii,,Mf.i;, .tmkiu w.v
hotels are one the edge of the forest
and the restlcs come and "fan" attar
dinner, or supper, as the evening meil
Is In Detroit. There Is nothing to do
nor to see In Detroit except the "Only
Complete Town In'! ..World,' Just
cross the rlvnr Wfndsor, Canada.
Not; new brick nor stone nor piece of
lumber has been laid 'or set In Wind
sor In forty-years. Its youngest build
ing Is that old. Bo It 'Is called "The
Only Complete -Town In the -.World.";
It Is finished.
Chicago Is not bad. 'TIs a big city.
Thcro is something doing overy min
ute. 8o the hackB of the baselmll
press do not mind igolng.thlther. Hut
Detroit Is the bete noir of the blase
baseball writer, I
Hence It Is that Doston and Phlla-
nnipnia novo many menus uuujuk uiu
disinterested, writers. A victory to
either means a trip to New tork. the
Mecca of newspaper men. JJow Xrk
Ami Chicago, the two pig citlps. aro
favorites' with the press crew. Pitts
burg wilt pass, it l .alllvc town. Bitt
of all towns in. tho major leagues Do
.trnlt in the cemotorv. . But, It looks
liko onothor Jourpey thUher this fall.
AnotherRunninfc , j .
' yRce Arranged
It' Is practically assured that there
will be a fifteen tnllesTunnlng race
at the Athletic Park on November 3.
That day will be a Japanese holiday,
and all the stores and business hous
es will bo closed,; Tsukamoto, the
Hllo runner, and several others will
compete In tho race. Jackson, An-
tone Kaoo, C. K. Charlie and Her
bert Cordelro from Bwa wilt take
part In the event.
Over a fifteen-mile course a very
close contest should eventuate, and
If the Hllo man runs bis own, race he
should about win. In the ten-mile
race he kept behind Kaoo lap' after
lap and simply ran the race to suit
his only aangerous opponent.
In the last Marathon the Japan
ese runner allowed Jackson to pleaso
himself as to tho way the. distance
was to be covered. It Tsukamoto
hnd made the pace a little warmer
for the first ten miles, lit might
have got a lead on Jackson, and
eventually, If not crippled, have won.
The next race should be worth
going miles to see, and tt will be
more Interesting io see four or five
runners' race, than to lit, for hours,
and look'Ot two p'eds running around
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i Efforts to have'an-'taylaHon week
for Philadelphia next year Is rather,
rubbing It In on the fans. Do not
the Philadelphia ball team go up
In the air often enough to satiety
"Ulna" refuses to be kept out of
the sporting columns, Jimmy Urltt
brought the ulna bone Into the lime
light, and now It Is Jack Coombs'
ulna norve that In troubling him.
The record of tho Lusltanla of four
days, eleven hours and forty-two
mlnutcH came ne.ir eipinllng those
historic American llgures-fo' 'leben
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Main I ana lennis
There is nothing now of Import
ance to occupy the tennis players
since the Pacific coast titles have
been decided for another year, says
George Janes won the single tour
nament and thereby registered his
second win on the cup. James play
ed u good game ot tennis nt times
during tho tournament, but there is
not much honor in the title this
year, ail he undoubtedly would not
have won It had there-been 'the same
elans to the tournament Jas In previ
With Maurice McLoughlln, Mel
ville, Long, Carl Gardner, Alfonso
Hell and Thomas llunday out, Janes
hod practically no man of the cham
pionship clnss to defeat other than
Charles Hogers, who played In the
finals against George Janes, Is capa
ble of playing a first-class game, but
he belonged to the Junior class nnd
could baldly be figured as a cham
pion. At that, there are a great
nmnx who nre of the opinion that
the youngster might have defeated
Janes If he had not figured In a
match In the morning before going
on with Janes. He took the first set
after it had gone to deuce and then
fell off In the next three, apparently
from lack of condition, as he force I
the Issue on severaf occasions and
evened up the score In games only to
slumji again und lose the seta.
The defeat or Miss Haiel Hotel)
kiss by Miss Florence Button In the
finals of (he ladles' singles was the
greatest surprise that has been
dished up t ohte tennis enthusiasts
In somo time. After the great show
ing Miss llotchklss has been making
for the past three or four mouths In
tournamonts nway from home It was a
foregone conclusion among the follow
ers of tho game thai she would have
an easy time annexing tho coast title
wan Miss May Suton'unablo to defend.
I Mlw Hotchklcn jhaa wbi
tournament In which she has
for tho past four months. Including
the ladles' national tournament and
the was conceded by over) one to be
second only to Mints May Sutton Jn
America. Hence tho surprise when
another oite of tho Sutton sisters takes
her rocacuro. -Miss lotchklss.rom all
accounts, did not phiy fie game of
which she. Is capablo,; but netted and
put numefouc balls .'out. Miss Sut
ton, on,the'other hand', played a splen
did gamcahd. surety mixed things, up
when she defeated tho national cham
pion for a 'coast title.
Thcro will be conslderaMecicTteV
ment among the fans when Maurice
McLoughlln ,and Molvllle Long come
marching homo' fr'omn their successful
trip Bast. They are" exected some
time next, weok, although no definite
tlmo bah been set, for their arrival.
They havd. Indeed, covered themselves
with glory and great things am ex
pected of, them tn ,tiQ next few years,
by tho Easters oxports.
Their selection to represent this
country In Australia waa an honor.
indeed but. It sems;,a shame that, al
though' they were selected to make
thb trip, that thoy were iot allowed, to
p)ay agalttJt thqiEngltsham" and en
deattor to win; tho rleht!to ehnllonn,
the; Australians,'. ll hardly seems fair
rcsontwAhiCrlca;,ln,' the preliminary
matches with England. "(
JJe thatiMt' may .'.'tho fact stilt rn.
mains that ihe'Ameflcons'dofeated tho
Engjlsh and tharoiifrtwo cracks, Mc
Laughlin and Long, will represent bur
Maurice Mclaughlin and Melville
Long took ono the English representa
tives at? Philadelphia In, pracilco
tnaeches, ,aud bqthof. (be coast, boys
defeated tho English playors 'and 'did
hot lose aset. I , , '
Playing as a ieamlho two local lads
also' defeated them In doubles 'without
tho loss pi a set.
Tha Hoqor Society of Lowell High
School wilt, glyo a banquet, In honor of
Maurice lAtighltn on his return home.
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At last the efforts of tho D u 1 1 o 1 1 n
and tho Service' to get up a Military
Held meet ucem to havo started things
going. Tomorrow afternoon at 4:30
there will be, a meeting at the Uni
versity clqb. .Alt the athletic officers
ot the different branches of)Vthe Ser
vice will bo In, attendance and H Is
thought that a Iiog'rn, WIIJ bo sug
gested that will meet with general
Tho track moot will probably be
brought off at the League grouhda,
and tho Rapid Transit peoplo are .wil
ling to make very fatorabla terms for1
tho use of tho grounds.1
The Military track meet will surely
beedtno an annual affolr( and as Hono
lulu grows larger anuuargor every
year, tho publje will become more In.
tercBted In (he soldiers' events and
the day will be looked forward to as
tno best ono ot tno year,
Danny Mooney's followers are ul
most ns nols us the Trouble Fac
tory, Danny stopped Tommy Ilurns
In two minutes tho other night, and
lia, rqtersnre of the.opll
Paany can tijm .Jeffries,,,
iu,ine uigiisr.'eam.ao tne Australians
drtq the, oam' thai. jlll inake the
erlp.'thal , different team should ron-
Races Were Fast
Closely contested rnces with un
usually fast time were the result of
the annual automobile track races
hejd lately nt Tanfornn Park under
the auspices of the Oljniplc Club.
No automobile contest in this city
during the prevent season has
has brought out so ninny fast ma
chines. Even the small cars dime
closa to record time for circular
track racing, while such machines
asvthe Stearns, six-cylinder Stevens
nnd Winston cats covered the mile
on the mlnuto marl.. '
The honors of the nleet were cap
tured by tho Wlnton, Maxwell nnd
Stevens-I)urea. Harry Owesney,
local agent for the Wlnton, started
the winning by making a runaway
race or the nrst event for stuck tars,
rnvcilng the the miles In ft minutes
hnd 20 Beconds, defeating 11, L. Hnn-I
sen In n Palmer-Singer sewral sec
The second automobile eent
brought out three competitors two
Maxwells und a llulck. C O. King
at(tli wheel of a thirty horse-power
Aisxwcu made a fast start and as-
supied the. lead, which he main
tained during tho rnce. The con
test between l'rank Murray with his
llulck und Earl Cooper with another
Maxwell for second place was one
of the prettiest exhibitions of Orb
ing ever seen on the local track. Kor
the first seven laps ot the ten mile
rare these two cars ran as u team,
neither driver .being able to get u
lead over the other. On the eighth
lap, howeyer, Murray swung into
tho lend and easily took second
place. King made the distance In
11 minutes 3S l'-S seconds. Mnx
Kbsenfeld In a Palmer-Singer won1
th handicap race for members of
the Olympic Club.
Fifth Race Close.
I lie fifth race also found the llulck
und Maxwell cars competitors und !
ngnln proved a close rnce. Murray
at the wheel of a forty horse-power
llulck showed his experience in track
driving by hanging on to thi! rear
wheels of -the Maxwell, which Jump
ed away at the start for the first lap,
then, taking advantage of a wldt
turn on the part of King, the llulcl:
driver took the lead und re.u lied
the finish lino well ahead. The time
for the ten miles was 10 minutes HI
.The unusual speed of the Wlntn.i '
caused a great deal of comment wlie.i
Owesney .won the first race, but
wjien McDonald took tho machine
nnd defealedBlf'eotnenrln-the ten
nille race for slock cars costing un
(tlr $3,000 and again won the ten
mles for car costing over $3,000,
the local enthusiasts congratulated
oVesncy In hnvlng one of the fnst
ert stock' cars ever seen In this city
The time for (lie ten-mile big cur
race was 10 minutes 36 seconds;
The Maxwell captured another
tibphy by winning the novelty rnce.
The largest number of enrs ever
entered In a free-for-all trnik rate
on the coast faced tho line In tho last
event of the day. From the start
the big six-cylinder Stevens-Durea,
driven by II. O. Ontank, took tho
Ifyld. and although the Wlnton,
S(earns, Pulmcr-Slnger nnd Chal-nicnt-Dutiolt
cars clipped off tho
laps In less than one minute and tno
seconds, tho big six Stevens was ncv
er In danger of losing the lead. On
tank made several miles at the sixty
seconds mark. The time for the
ten miles was 10 mlnnutes II se:
onds. I'uit on Turns.
The unusual speed made by tho
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during the next few days
J. Hopp & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea
dllvers of tho Wlnton, Stearns iml
HIcveiiH-Durjea would undoubtedly
liiixc been Increased It the condi
tions of the trnck hnd permitted. On
both turns the duct was so thick It
uncle fast drhing Impossible. In
fact, both of the big cars had to shut
off their power on taking the eure-.
The performance (if the thirty
horse-power Maxwell, which mail.1
its first appearance In loial comp'
tltlon, created n gnat deal ot Inter
est. The Bpccd of the rnr, rated ns
It Is nt thirty horse power, mntkj
the machine, ns u stiong competitor
In the nutuiiKilille contests of tliu fu
ture. Challea. llalUe of I .oh Angeles won
the freu-for-all of the iuolnr-ejcl
inces. 'Che lilt- miles Were nude
In 4 minutes n cesonds. Iltlke,
who undoubtedly bad one of the
fastest machines on the loust, g.ii
nn exhibition of riding In whldi lie
covered two miles nt the rule of sli
tj seconds. '
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Track Meet For
Thnnksglvliii; D.iv promises to he n
led lettei one as far as sport Is con
cvined 'I be truck imet Idea Is grow
ing In f.twir nnd l)r Hand, who Is
working In conjunction wllh the O.iIim
llaxchjll Iamikiio, has drawn up n pro
gram which should piovlde n grand
The different branches of tho Arniv
in, il Nny will lie Invited to take pirt
In the siorls mid us the schools are
iiIko helping out. theie should bu a
big entry lift for the various events.
A, K. Vlerra Is working up the
schemo and la trjlug tu get all t " i
othletlc clubs Interested In tint tieck
meet. As ot thcro Is n lot In b
ileum before the meeting can In- pulli
orr and It means real bnrd work fun i
low on till Tiuuksglvlng D.iy
A dozen events hnvn been suggested
ns Just tke thing for skill and fun Tho
program us thought out ut present Is
as follows: Wheelbarrow rare, three
legged race, 100 jimls daVh, Hitato
race, 1 00 jards; 1 mile lelny race, inn
viuiIh sack race, tdiotptit .tluovvliu
bateball to second lure, .0 nrds hop
ping race, fat m.in race 1-ft inlle, wo
men's rnce 1-0 mile, greased )mlo, ob
Tho ubove progtniu would glvo ev
er) body a fine afternoon's fun uud the
spectators would be kept nmiised and
Interested all the time. A meeting
will bo called In thn near futurn nnd
otllclMs x. til bo npiHilnted to takn
tli.ugd if the uilalr.
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Hilly Willis, tho Italian light
weight champion, nunnunccH that,
should he make 11,000 hotting this
season, lie will letlie uud go Into
Al Kublnl; has severnl offers un
der consideration. The Mlchlg.iu
Giant has been nuked to meet S.im
LiingfoKl at PlltHlnirg nnd Morris
llnrrls ut tho Long Acie Club of
Stanley Ketdiel has nt last nrilv
ed In New York. Thousniidrt of citi
zens were clumoilng for Ketrhel t"
come there, uud Governor Ilughei
may chase him out ngaln.
Itrnokl) n Is n) mad lieeune the
Cubs made eight inns In the ninth
Inning that President Ubbuts win
protest on the giouuds that the um
pires permitted tho gumo to go be
jond the time limit, It having bieu
agreed to stop play at ft-lft p. m.
i:iiliets Is certainly n hunt loser.