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National Dairy Show
Butter Award Triumph
The gnat NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW was held at Mil
waukee, Wii., October 15-24, and In keeping with the in
variable result inc "ALPHA-DISC" DE LAVAL CREAM
SEPARATORS went into uie all the HIGHEST BUTTER
and CREAM awardi went to DE LAVAL users, in this lat
est representative contest, which included the exhibits of
nearly one thousand of the best butter and cream produc
ers throughout the country,
The three highest awards in the CREAMERY BUT
TER class all to DE LAVAL users were as follows:
A. J. ANDERSON, Otisco, Minn Score 97
THOR. MOE, Winthrop, Minn Score Wt
A. L. OESTRICH, Watertown, Wis Score 88
The highest award on DAIRY BUTTER was to P.
Daingaard, Camp Point, 111. Score 04t a DE LAVAL
The highest award in the CERTIFIED CREAM contest
was to 0. Van B, Roberts, Highland, N. Y. Score 99 a
DE LAVAL user.
The highest awar.I in the CREAMERY PATRONS con
test for hand separator cream was to 0. B. Fisher, Viroqua,
Wis. Score 93Va a DE LAVAL user.
Full details of all the entries and scores have not yet
been made public, but there is no doubt that the vast ma
jority of all exhibits scoring 90 and above will prove to
have been DE LAVAL made, as heretofore.
Incomplete reports have been received of highest but
ter awards at the various STATE FAIRS this year, but
practically all of them have been to DE LAVAL users, in
cluding particularly New York, Indiana, Michigan, Mis
souri, North Dakota and South Dakota.
As has been said before, the separator does not of itself
insure the making of the best butter, but the superior me
chanical and sanitary bowl construction and low speed of
the DE LAVAL separator indisputably enable the produc
tion of better cream and better butter under the same con
ditions than can possibly be made in any other way.
-This is something that even the most enterprising and
resourceful of those who seek profit throughjhe manufac
ture and tale of would-be competing separators never at
tempt to explain or deny that practically all the best
butter, as evidenced by the higher awards in all represen
tative butter contests, is and has for more than twenty
years been made by users of DE LAVAL cream separators.
Hence the great advantage to every DE LAVAL user in
having the separator that not only makes the MOST but
the BEST cream and butter, is the simplest and easiest
machine to use and lasts an average of 'twenty years
against from two to five years in the case of all others.
A DE LAVAL catalogue helps to make plain the
reasons for DE LAVAL superiority in good buttermaking
and other respects, and is to be had for the asking.
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BRANCH OFFICE: UNION AND HOTEL STS.
Telephones: Res. No. 1182. Office, 361. Box 620.
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IT T. L. STEVENSON.
Powell and Wolgast
On November 23
Low 1'owcll and Adolph Wolgast
were matched lately by Manager Sid
tester ol tho Mission Club to box
20 -rounds at the Coliseum tho night
Jof Tuesday, Nov. 23. The men will
weigh In at 133 pounds at 6 o clock,
and Eddlo Smith of Oakland Is billed
to referee. This Is tho best match
that 8an Kranclsco proper has
known slnco Jimmy Ilrltt and Uat-
King Nelson fought that sensational
20 round mill at the Auditorium
more than two years ago. It looks
like an even betting proposition anil.
It gives promlso ot furnishing Inci
dents worthy -of a pago In tho
Hester had u tough time of It In
fils efforts to bring the men togeth
er. Tho real big obstacle In his
path was his wolght. Wolgast ot
flrst wanted ringside welghln and
finally consented to 133 pounds at
fi o'clock. This Powell refused to
btnnd for, Insisting upon 133 pounds
nt 3 o'clock. Hcstor was about
ready to pass the task up as. a .fruit
less one, when Powell Anally con
tented to the 6 o'clock weight.
Wolgast Is at present In Chicago
with his manager, Tom Jones, the
man who formerly looked out for
the welfare 'of Billy Papko when
Papke wore tho middleweight crown.
Powell Is looked upon as the best
heavyweight that San Francisco has
produced since the days of Jimmy
Ilrltt. The rise of the auburn-
haired lad was slow, but none the
less sure. Ho plugged along In
the lower rnnks for a good many
jcars, beating all his opponents, but
only on points. lie seemed to lack
that dash and spirit that goes with
the make-up ot the champions,; and
for this reason he. was .not much
bought after by thepfbmd'tfers''wW
were In the habit df flirting with
However, Powell got oft to a good
start a tew months ago by pounding
Erne ot Philadelphia all over the
ring for 20 rounds, The very next
month he came back and knocked
the reputed tough nut. Chick Hud
son, out In five rounds. A few
weeks later he went across the bay
hnd finished Kid Harrison In two
rounds, lly this time they were ull
up nnd looking at' Powell, and ho
was right In line for bettor things.
Hve Tryot t
Out at Lcllehua tho Vlghtlng Fifth
had a try-out yesterday In anticipa
tion fit Ihn Rnmltif- till- tiillltnrv Irnr-
, a.-.ni h. ....i. ... vrlnlt him to securo better Judgment
invvv, ,buau ui vuo vs-tMsa ntic ; - ., . , -
txcltlnk. and the men became Joyful,"' dltnw. and also time bis blows
over the chances of their regiment
pulling oft the championship of the
service, " .
A cup was presented for the troop
which scared the most points, and oh
troops 0 and A tied for the trophy
there was much excitement right up
to tho finish of tho sports.
M. Foley, who won three events
nnd ran second In another, did all
tho scoring for Troop C, and conse
quently was the hero of the day. Ha
won the 220 yards hurdle, tho ham
mer throw and high Jump; he was
placed second In the low hurdles
after a close finish.
McDonald won both the sprints,
the BO .and 100 yards going to htm;
he alto come In flrst In the hurdle
race after a touch tuuln with rn.
llftV- ThA hnlf-mllA n.- win n-ll
after a pretty race In which half a
dozen men showed good form.
Uevorley throw the baseball 330
feet and won tho event with ease;
his was a flne throw, and it beats
Doloun of Fort Shatter by eomo 33
fcot. As soon as tho Marines have
ii field day 'some kind .of a line will
be gotten on tho respective chances
ot the different branches ot the ser
vice In the approaching big meeting
at the league grounds. e
Dick Sullivan, although out of tho
boxlng game as a nrofoieinn ii-a
good care ot himself and Is alwaya'
taking long walks and runs In tho
couutry. Tho retired middleweight
champion of tho Hawaiian Islands Is
settled In Honolulu for good, and Is
qulto content to be out of tho lime
light onco and for all, "Dick." as ho Is
snown an over the group, mado good
In ever)' way In llawnll. ami lin In n
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Voice From Past
John L. Speaks
John L. 8ulllvan appeared as tern
porary sporting editor ot a Pittsburg
Vvenlng paper lately, writing tho
'leading article and .sporting com-
ment himself and having It printed
over ins own name, tic took occa-j
slon under his signature to rap tho
big fighters and fighting as now con-
ducted. In part, edltoilally, Sulli-
an sajs: I
"Well, Jeffries and Johnson havo
finally been matched, and I guesa
Ihoy will clash In a tight which will
bo remarkable for the fact that
mere win ue two winners. Neiiner
h't n chanco to, lose as the fighting
Ui.iip goc now. Both will run1) a
fi den harvest, and that Is what ihc
battlers of tho ring seem to be after
the most now days. Doth have made
i lot of coin on the prospect of the
mutch being made. Then as, soon
as articles are signed they hook up
for rich theatrical engagements.
F.nch will get a good chunk of dough
from the receipts and then go bac:
t.i the stage. Protty soft for fight-
cr these days.
"Do you know It would not hull
Johnson to loso to Jeffries, for the
big white man would retire again
and tho smoke would go right ahead
mid win back the little Jeff would
forfeit for n second time. After all
the mud slinging engaged In by Jim
and Jack ypu would Imagine they
wouia nave mixed It rouah and
tumble as soon as they came face to
face, but that stuff don't go now."
Music Hall Offer
Jim Jeffries has agreed to appear
for the noxt two wieks at William
Morris'' music halls. New York, but
his manager, 8am llcrgcr. says that
he has madb no other theatrical ar
rangements ,and that he will not go
on the road 'In' a 'play, as reported
from San Francisco, sa)s an ex
change. Merger states that Jeffries
will accept several club. bouts before
meeting Johnson In tho ring. '
"Jeffries," said Merger, "has re
ceived all kinds ot offers, a majority
wanting him to appear on the stage,
whlln thft mniiun-Ar nt (ha Ma Inn n I I
Athletic Club of Philadelphia wants
Jeff to meet some big heavyweight
In a six-round bout. I have had a
talk with Jeff about tho latter prop
osition, and ho thinks well of It.
"I really think that It would be
p good thing for the big follow, as
It will give hi in a chance to get his
hand Into the game again and per
wbii no imam ursi snow iu
Pittsburg, as the light fans there
will nay more money to see Jeff In'""""1 tho " exciting, enough to bu
action than they wculd In Phlladcl-:111
a n m
,At tho Ilonlne tonight will be
shown Mr. Uonlne's remarkable
pictures taken at the Molokal Set
tlement. Tho pictures are fine ex
amples of tho photographer's art,
but most Interesting because they
show tho Settlement in Its actuality
und in Its favorablo phases. The
mavlng picture Alms show tho peo
ple at play.
In parades, building
i'hletlc Periods, school children at
their flag drills and many other in
teresting features of life there. The
picture shows tho lighter side ot life
among these people and shows that
they aro not living In misery or dis
tress, in view of the recent develop
ments, all who can should see these
The Hawaiian band will play In
Thomas Square this evening,' com
mencing at 7:30. The program
Grand March King Kalakaua..
Overture Festival Conterno
Intermezzo Evonlng Chimes . . .
Selection Glittering Glowworm,
, L Fare
vocal Hawaiian Songs
r Ar. by Ilerger
oeiecnon rnreo Twins ....Hoscha
Waltz Return of Spring ,..,',',
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Finale Hawaii Air.' n
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rue siinr HpnnKlcil thinner.
Davis Cup On
Now that the day for tho great
Davis cup t6urnamcnl Is approach
ing, all thotennls enthusiasts over
tho wrold-are getting worked up
rbout It. Ixng and McLaughlin
have by this time become used to the
hard grass courts that prevail In
Norman Brookes, Wilding, Sharp
and Dunlop havo been selected to
play (or the land of the Kangaroo
nd a fine quartet of tennis experts
tHey are. Tho first named and Wil
ding are too well known to need
uny thing said about them. They
are the present holders ot the Duvls
cup and havo proved themselves to
be In the flrst flight ot. tennis play-
Dunlop has been playing tennis)
or manj. year8 anj has been off
-nd on champion of Victoria and
Kow South Wales at different times,
Although not In llrookes class, h
h good all around man and Is par-
Ocularly strong on volleying. He
ond Urookes played a lot together
in doubles years ago. before the pres-
Cnt champion became as well known
as at present.
Dr. Sharp Is also an old timer.
comparatively speaking, and he hat
put up some fine fights In the single
championships of the different states
of the Commonwealth,
Althoug four men have been
chosen to represent Australia,
llrookes and Wilding will bo the
pair to play Long and McLaughlin
for the coveted Davis cup. It 1b
grutlOIng to see that Wilding Is to
jt,e llrookes partner once again, am
as tho New Zeslande'r Is In excel-
lent, form It Is hard to see how tho
challengers have a chance ot defeat-
lug the holders,
We should hear the result hero
In Honolulu on Nov. 25, and it goes
without saying that tho cable will
be looked forward to with the.great-
Gee and Roth will be able to see
how close they were to being world'B
champions, and generally the
strength of the games In these Is
lands can be summed up.
m k a
Lightweights In .
Charlie Retlly Is Improving every
day under the watchful eyes of Protes
tor Robert Ross, who Is looking after
tho lightweight's training. Tho train
Ing quarters on Alakea streot can hard
ly hold tho crowd that rolls up every
afternoon to see the men at work. Yes
torday Jhero was a big gathering of
followers of tho gamo and they were
treated to some fine boxing during tho
hour or so the stunts lasted.
First RCIIIy sparred with two Rapid
iTn"'l.n,C.n' d 'hoy c!l""l,' m,ulc
,hln llvcl' for hlra- Mr "
1 A'cro husky and they bad no hes
itation In rushing In whero light
weights fear to" tread, but Charlie mM
them with a vtralghtxleft and gao as
good as he got.
Harconl, who Is to box 8am Hop
on tho night of November 24, also nent
three rounds with Rellly, and that was
the stariturn of the afternoon. Both
the boxers waded In from tho start
Rellly also skipped, punched the bag.
and shadow sparred for a hllo. Hols
looking well and Is ready now almost
to step Into the ring. He will surely
put up a great scrap on Thanksgiving
eve, and Cullen will have to work hard
to get a decision.
Cullen Is working out at the Or
phcum and nan "Kid" Kronklyu rub'
blng him don and acting as trainer.
Two of Cullen'a boys who used to work
with him, havo gono to real work and
consequently tho lightweight has keen
rather up against It for partners.
However, Cullen la getting some
good work In and looks and feels bel
ter than he has for somo tlmo He
considers that ho s acclimated now,
and has had no trouble In getting vory
fit. Ho Is confident that ho can defeat
Rellly and, as tho latter Is opacity as
euro that he can put It all over Cujlcn
In a clean break affair, there Is sure
going to bo a flno contest when tho
Luther "Hough claims that he did not
know anything about the chanko of
course In .the small 'boat sailing raco
last Sunday, and considers ho was
not treated right. There will be a
meeting of the Honolulu Yacht CJub
on Friday night, and the matter may
Tho teuDls-byelcctrlc-llght Idea has
caught on und as boon as lights can be
i obtained from tho coast the. Hawaiian
KltfW-trfi- f?nmnnn, will -. at.na.1 ...III.
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