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EVENING BULLETIN, TTONOLULU, T IT, SATTOdAY, .fAN' 13, 1910.
Just received per "Korea" our first
Slazenger Tennis Balis
Yon want the latest and freshest
ball to play with. We have it.
With the balls came a lot of fine
RACKETS. Everything in the tennis
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
If desired, we will deliver Roods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Soecial Messenger Service.
Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Wines and liquors.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
We carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands.'
Good furniture at moderate prices.
Your credit is cood.
TTERE'S a pointer for you. If you are
- - Hunting for Health drink a glass of
Primo Beer with your meals.
It aids digestion, induces sleep, and quiets
tired, worn-out nerves.
The little alcohol is too slight to be con
sidered, except as it aids the digestive functions
and gives a slight stimulation.
One of the best things it does is to flush
the system. Water does not taste good enough
you don't drink enough of it
one of the virtues of Primo
Tigpfcjf Mm 2y(? fix
Ask "jour-physician about.it.
The Jecr That's
When you plan that nrettr
bungalow, don't forget that
the finishing touches are ef
fected mostly by (handsome
hardware on the doors, win
Our stock provides an as
sortment of very handsome
designs at a small cost. You
should select the hardware
yourself and not leave this
important matter to the con
tractor, whose taste may not
coincide with yours.
Lewers & Cooke,
122 S. King Street
CALENDARS and LEATHER
for Groceries. Phone 76.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
ISO Hotel St. Phone 218.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS i
Voting Rldg. Trl 33ft
OFFICE SUPPLY i0.,
Yee Chan & Co.,
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
REGAL SHOE CO.
, Kiner and Bethel.
; that's wh,ere
BY 7. L.
Jim Jeffries Is
In order trl sot nl real, nil doubt
Ills training blans, James J. Jeffries
dictated the following nrtkle for
The Examiner," In wlikli lie makes.
public fur the first time his entire
scheme of preparations for the bat
tle with Johnson, July tit:
By James J. Jeffries.
There liave been a lot of errone
ous reports about my plans for train
ing for Johnson. Almost every day
I am credited with hiring one or
more trainers and with giving out
absurd statements concerning my
scheme of preparation. In order that
there miy nut bu any more talk
nbout my plans, I am going to tell
the people through "The Kxamlncr,"
Just how I will train for Johnson
and Just why I think I can beat him.
I shnll flnirh my tour of the coun
try Jnnuar) 17th at Un Angeles,
ami then will hae nothing left to
do hut get In trim for Johnson. 1
have been ndvlsed to get right down
to work at once that Is, start box
ing and road work and keep It up
until Jul 4th. If I were to do that
I Vtould go Into the ring overtrained
and stnlo. No man In the world can
stand a five and n half months'
training siege and he at his best.
I shall take a short rest after my
stage work Is over. Then r shall
spend n month or six weeks hunting.
lulling tramping around I means to
get as close to nature as possible
i i'-in'ii iij genu a Krt"i eiem ui
wind and general endurance tramp
thiiiugh the mountains and get
away fiom the fighting game long
enough to be able to start mv regu
lar (mining routine nbout April 1st,
with n clear head and a world of le-
. t, . ,
. . K ....Bi.u ....... ....Kosuiii .. ,,ent, and after the singles chain
husky fellow to box will, me nntt ,,,,,,, , , BclllM1, ,8 ,,mjC(, ofr
ake good Bdund lacings. I need ,ho ,,,,,,,,, , ,)C c()ini,eleil for.
lot of real lighting, and there will There ,,,, be 80me no terfllU
be plenty of llils In m cimp. Ilore- ..i...... ... .,. .. fll,ri llt ,
ilonty of III I
ie I lmv
tofoie I Imvl' been unable to
been unable to got
enough strong fellows to assist
fellows Svlin weic able to take i
good, haul punch, I shall have, Con
und Roller with m QArrVlMTn P.nu '
.. I intend to fit my,00"" IV"."-
part or the tune, l intend to fit my
sparring pnrtners up with pneuma
tic puds und then wade Into them
and punch away for dear life. I am
going to Imagine Hint eaih ami ev
ery onn of them Is Johnson, so ou
know that tho job of training Jeff
ries Is not going to he a parlor task.
Tl tinlnliig camp will be run on
u thoioughly btiinessllke method.
Tlieiu will bo a small mrps of men
to belli me. und us few visitors as
posslble will ho permitted to sco me
vvoik. I don't want nnvone to lako
in) mind off my work.
I liavo not decided just where I
shall wink If the light comes off In
California, I'll do m;- preliminary
training on m ranch at Ilurbauk.
If It Is pulled off In Utah or Ne
vada, I'll work near the site of this
lutlle. All this talk about my not
being able to light In Utah on ac
count of tho altitude Is rot. Wny,
of rpum-, IT I were to walk Into Salt
Uiko City one flay and try to fight
the next I should be unable to go
any distance. All I will need will he
about sixty days' training in Utah
to he able to put up the light of my
James J. Corbett has volunteered
to help mo with my training, anil
I think that ho would he of great
assistance to me. lie Is a great box
er, and should be ahlo to make mo
go at a tremendous pate. 1 offered
to pay him for-'hls services, but ho
declined to talco any remuneration,
declaring that he would gladly help
me the last forty days of my work
for friendship's sake.
We posslbl) will hnvo two or three
good enough scraps, for I don't know
any man in the world who would be
better able to try me than my old
friend nnd old foe, Jim Corbett.
A lot of people believe that I am
going to my slaughter when I take
on Johnton, They Bay that it will
be another case of John .. Sullivan
and Cnibett, with mo playing the
mle of Sullivan. Why, man, tljero
Is no (omparlson between tho John
I., who fought Corbett nnd the Jef
fries who will whip this fellow John
Miu. Sullivan was In no condition
whatsoever when ho met his Water
loo. I am going to he better than
at any time In my life, and If John
son whips me 1 shall have no ex
cuse to offm llo will have whipped
Jeffries at his very best.
This may sound like Idle talk, but
I know, after being In partial train
ing for the last nine mouths, that
I urn In better shape than ever bo
fore, ami with six months abend of
me In which to complete my train
ing I am going to go Into tho ling
In as iieai ly peifeit condition as It
Is possible feu a man to attain.
I urn going to tell u secret now.
I am taking this light bCilously,
I which Is bciiiiethlug that I did with
hut two other contests. Whoa I piu-
pared for my first fight with KHz
slmmons I worked earnestly, and I
did the same for Monroe, hut I only
about half trained for the other
This, battle Is a matter of pride
with me. t would not he lax In mv
preparation for all the money In the
world. Of course, the great purse
for which Johnson and I will fight
Is something to strive for, but tho
thing that I desire most of all Is a
clean-cut victory over this big col
High School Will
Next Monda the High School ten.
nls tournament in connection with
the Scroggy Cup will start, and It
, promises to be a first-class nffalt
that will keep all the fans guessing
as to the winner of the finals,
i The tournament will be pla)ed on
the lleretnnla courts, which have
been placed at the disposal of the
school pln)crs, and the play will no
doubt be watched by experts like
(lee, Hot h and company, with an e)e
to discovering some cnilr)o cham
pion who can he coached up In the
j Many entries have been made for
.the Scroggy Cup, and the drawings
i for the preliminary rounds will he
made on Monday and posted on the
tchool bulletin board.
, The entries are us follows: Class
A, scratch Austin White. Alan Da
vis, Marcus Monsarrat, Henry Chll
llngworlh. Chics II, half fifteen
Kil. Garden. Clnss C, fifteen J.
Pra.lt Class O, three-quarters of
thlrt) (1 Hush. Lester Mnrks, It.
I'lirvls, W. Ilarnhardt and C. Daw-
K. 0. Hall & Sou have offered a
li,,,w i",mi mi it uuuillt-'H luunui-
flltn l.nnlm .. .. ...... 1. 1... .
M)0i. il il,, nm, win !.,,, nv
To Games Today
This afternoon the great soccer
football ganio between the Malles
and I'utmhous will be plaed. and as
the fate of the championship Is In
the balunic between these two
teams, a big crowd is sure to roll up
and watch the pla.
The rain appears at time of wrll-
'"B have taken a brace at Itself,
",1l ' l,e promising to lay off for a
'while. The giound should be 0. K.
and the cold snap in the air will
remind the spec (alms of other
The Mnlles intend winning this
afternoon or burst In the attempt:
the team Is In good condition, as a
whole, and the bojs are feeling very
confident of victor). The Puns, how
ever, are going to make things 'hum,
and the couseciueifce will be a rat
tling good game.
The game hut ween tho High
School and Iron Works promises
well, too, as the teams are going to
battle out for third pluce. The Iron
Works und High School have no
chance of winning the dinniplon
ship, and this afternoon'H match will
end the series for them. The Mnlles
and I'unuhous, however, will have to
play one mote game, no matter how
todav's mulch goes. Thero la nn
abandoned game that belongs to a
few weeks ngo, whon tho rnln fell
so hard that the plaera had to
chuck plajlng nnd swim to the
If the Malles win this afternoon
and then lose mi noxt Saturday, the
two teams will he tied again, and the
same thing will happen If the l'una
hous do tho same thing.
The line-ups will bo the enme this
nfternoon as last week, and all the
plajcrs ate In good fettle. Soccer
deserves to he bottor patronized by
the shorting public than has bun the
case lately, and It Is to be hoped
that a big ciowd attends tit the
league grounds this nfternoon.
The most enthusiastic' race meet
lug held on Maul in many enrs took
place nt the Maul Hotel on Tuesday
Judge A. N. Kepolkal, the retiring
president of the association, presid
ed, with Secretary Garcia recording
the minutes of the meeting.
A huge body of representative) men
Judge Kepolkal was nominated foi
piesldeut, hut declined to fcerve
again. W, T Ilohlnsou was then
nominated for piesldeut und unani
A olo of thanks for good work
done b) Judge Kepolkal was tendei
cd the retiring piesldeut.
T. II l.)ons was unanimous!)
chosen vice-president, while Secre
tary and Treasurer J. Onrcln was
elected to succeed himself without
The executive commltlec on whom
will devolve the leal active work of
the association, were then chosen.
The committee elected consists ot
Cnpt K II r.irker, Dan. T. Carey
nnd Tntrlck Cookett.
It would be hard to select a stlong
er team than these three gentlemen.
The) will begin nt once to work for
the annual nice meet on Jul) 4, nnd
It is safe to predict that the race
meet on that da) will be the best
Been on Maul In man) enrs.
The purses will be larger and will
be so ai ranged as to attract as ninny
horses as possible from Hawaii and
Local and Coast
Mr. Odell of the Associated mi
lage returned from Hawaii iturlni:
the week; he reports traveling over
a lot of country In his Hudson Twen
ty and putting up some good times
with the machine.
He made several trliis to tb Vol
cano House from llllo and, besides,
took a run clown to Kallua and Nil
poopoo. On one of his runs from
llllo til the Volrnfiii House lie nt
out the distance In one hour and
thirtv-flvo minutes, and it was min
ing hard all the time Then the next
mornlllB. with n liussenirpr nn hiinril.
he did the distance in one hour unit
thirty minutes. Not- being satisfied
with this, he took on two passen
gers and then made the run fro'm
llllo to the House In exnctlj the
Balne time as he had made coming
The Hudson behaved wonderfully
well, and although the roads were
erv muddv. the time made wur ex
cellent. The run to Kailua anil Na
poopoo was also done In cood stvle.
and n two hunched and lift) miles
tup tilling the coast was made with
The Associated garage received
three Hiidsons nnd a Kissel Kar b)
the l.urllne. The lludsons were sold
to arrive, and two of them were
shipped to Kauai )csterday. One li
for Manager Ku)e nl Kekahu plan
tation, and the oHier for It. Snjfth of
Mnkawell. The third machine his
been delivered to Kel. Dulsenbcig of
Mr. Odell left for Kauai, almi, and
a Kissel Kar went with him: It will
be shown nil over the Garden Is
land und Is sure to he much ad
mired, At the Seliumaii garage, a new
car will alto be launched soon, and
It Ih the Vile, a 40 h. p. Tho car
can he sold here at about 12200, unci
should soon be teen running in Ho
The Studebnker Plunders, which
will soil for about $1000, will h)
here on January 30, and It Is
thought that this machine will as
tonltli people who think that a cheap
e.ii can not be made to look good.
No less than fifteen automobiles
nrrivecl on the l.urllne for the von
Hamm-Young garage, and among
them were twelve Cadillacs, tvvi.
Pope llartfnrds and a Maker electric.
All of these machines except two
have been sold already, and thero
me still several back orders. The
ll.iker electric Is u beautiful ma
chine and Is Mulshed in elaborate
Manager Hodge of tint von llamm
Young garage reports ever) thing as
looming, nnd a number of new cirs
as arriving dining the week. Among
these were many cars that hud been
Mild to arrive, and as soon as theV
were tried oul they were delheied
to their respective owners.
The Kissel Knr has a very high
wheel, and a beautiful specimen of
the make that Is nt present on ex
hlbltlon nt tho Associated garage
has wheels of no less th.in forty
Inches In diameter. This car litis
four speeds ahead nnd reverse, and
Is geared up to four.
The repair shops at the von
Hnmm-Ynung gnrngu Is ciowded all
the time nnd the expert mechanics
there nr kept at work night unci
da). An extension of tho shops Is
contemplated, and then there will he
loom for over) thing.
A now make of machine will soon
bo on the local market, and It Is the
Oakland; this cm ran be sold at
$1830 complete, nnd Is of 30 h. p.
It Is built nt Pontine-, Mich., and Is
legnrded as a splendid medium'
Pump engineer Delnert of Pun
neue. Maul, has purchased an K M.
P. "30" from tho Schumun gnuige,
and It was shipped to htm jestei
day af lei noon by tho Chiudlno.
n st tt
Will Ccme Sure
This afternoon the committee
which Is looking after tho pioposed
IF I WAS MAYOR
(With niolog) to Old Oaken Ducket)
How clear to in) heart is 'lie enair ot
When fond hnlturlntilon presents It
to lew ,
To be boss III the wrangling the kick
ing and scpiabblliifr
Of nit those lot ii cronies my In
That lopsided plaster. Hie "hello"
The streets and the roads through
ell) and dell.
The whole. swlggleel business I'd fix 111
And e'en tile crude figures of rn.ul
men as well
The old oaktn Imss chair.
The hi nail rented boss chair.
The ma.vor-hniuid hots chair,
Which looks good to me
How oft have I Watched U with hamU
that weie Itching
To .snil both Its nrmc In a red-hot
To fell, as I sat there, I bossed tho
whole I ashless
And from in) decisions I'd not do
The sped nf all nutns Id pull down n,
p"g or so.
And sit o thp lid without fe-ar or
All chauffeur und owners who caused
Would get what was lomlng If I wai
The old oiken hos chair
Tlie bio-id si'.itcd bci.iH clnlr
The m.iviir-hoiiiiil hobs chair.
Which li'okfil good in me
Kentucky's most fa
mous and best; the
World's most famous
and lest; the whiskey
that has girdled the
Globe. Sold bv
W. C: PcacocR
& Co., Ltd.,
visit of the Alameda High School
hovs to Hawaii, will meet timl talk
over the whole mutter. Things nre
piogressing f.ivorahj) In regard to
the ulp, and, from present Indica
tions, there Is no ilciubt that the re.
qulud amount will he guaranteed,
nnd u cable sent to the Coast bojs
announcing that all Is lived and for
them to come.
A lepiei-enlntlvo from each of the
si bonis will be appointed, and I lice
men will meet mil decide what i to
be done In ihe natter of the guar
antee of )Too that Is needed to make
the trip a thorough success.
Theiu Is no doubt ot the nmount
of inonc) being obtained, as alieady
man) prominent men have said that
the) will give a helping hand ami In
every vva) boost tho movement which
will menu so much lei Hawaii and
show the world what sort of uUcleteJ
we have here
it tt tt
The iKiultiy show will close to
night mid all the fe.itheied Inmates,
who have been showing themselves
off for the past llvn das, vvlll once
more depart for home and quiet.
Tomorrow- morning there vvlll bn
a meeting of the Healnul lto.it Club
directors nt tho shed, and many sug
gestions that have been turned In by
members during the past few weeks
will be discussed.
The Outrigger Club chowder will
bo held this evening at six o'clock,
and nil members are requested to at
tend und bap.tl a quarter In silver
to pa)' their whack of the expense.
The foundations of tho new bath
house have been laid, and the build
ing, whli h will he fifty by sixteen
feet, vvlll bo Minn rushed along to
nun . i
The i: v e n I n k Hullo
tin Is now delivered In the
Knlmukl DUtilct, Including
Headers or tho II ti 1 1 e 1 1 li
who desire the paper deliv
ered nt their homes In this
dlstilct will he accommodat
ed If they Icavo their iifincs
and nddresses In tho business
olllce or tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 p.
This dellveiy Includes tor
illory up In one-half inllo
inauka car Mno on Pnlolo road.
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