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Shows and Stunts
The Outrigger boys are getting
ready for Finnic Clark nnd his 750
cruisers. Them will lie n nrenl ilnv
on the 12th for both Clark nnd I'athe !
Kreres of l'nrls. The representative
or the famous French motion-picture
firm began ycstcrdiy his preliminary
work or securing films of tho big
eent of the 12th. With his mo
tion machine XI. Ilonvillaln caught
ti number of events about the grass
houtes nt Walklkl. Ho had the surf-
boarders perform nil their shore
Btunts nnd go through the prelimi
naries of starting out to sea.
K. 0. Hall & Sou will lend the
Outrlggor Club sufficient galvanized
Iron piping to erect a stnnd out in
the big surf, und from this M. lion-
villain will take pictures in motion
of the surfing contests for the Clark
cups. , The stnnil will bo kept In po
sition until thero Is. at least one
monster surf running, when tele
phone messages will be sent around
town for the boys to hurry to the
beach nnd get ready to go out on
I'athe Kreres wishes a film of surf
ing that will go down to postorlty as
an historical document, and the Out
rigger Club Will help the good work
The story or surrboardlng was
told yesterday before the films by
thrco Outrigger youngsters Harold
Hustncc, Mnrston Campbell Jr. and
"Duke." There was n rush of tho
boys to get their boards from the
grnss houses, the rush to the beach
und tho swim out, nnd a dash out
ward by the Monna pier but at
this Juncture one or the youngsters
renigged. Master Harold Hustaco
had been bowltchcd by n fair young
wahlnc on the beach and would not
part from her. His nrm which was
injured by an nuto soma months ago
began to pain fearfully, so much so
that this splendid surfing expert will
probably have to act ns Judge of tho
surfing contest on the 12th instead
of taking' the leading part as the
Young- Lionel Stcjner was at lost
prevailed upon to don a suit of the
same hue and build as that of the
Hustace lad, and it Is hoped thnt the
continuity of the plcturo story will
not bo entliely broken. The mnuku
boys will bo given the next oppor
tunity to show what they can do,
und tho 'girl membesa will also be
asked to handle their canoes and
boards before tho fleeting film.
Kenneth Drown and his crew of
Outrigger paudlers that has never
yet mot defeat will ulso appear be
fore tho film In practise. All these
films, as well ns those of tho Clark
carnival, will be shown by the club
to the friends of the Outrlggcrltes.
M. Ilonvillaln Is delighted with Ho
nolulu, nnd his first roll of 111ms
shtiwlng tho Outrigger boys will
leave for l'urls today, via tho Ma
l;ura and Vancouver.
Handball Is all the rage at tlw
Y. M. C. A. at present, and the tour
nament Is getting ulong In fine
shapo. Yesterday thero were three
gumes played, and although only
olio of them was close, thero were
some exciting rallies.
In the first game 8. llunn defeated
Clement Pang by a score or 45 to
13. It was u fierce struggle rlgiit
through, and tho boyB put up a great
game of handball. Then M. O,
Johnston played and beat Sing Hung
by a score or 45 to 12. The Bentor
player wns too good for tho student
and he won easily.
A third game was played between
Chris. Lewis nnd Wm. Darnhart and
the former player won by n big mar
gin 4G to 9. The three winners
wera all seniors, and so far In the
tournament they have won every
match. At present tho seniors arc
70 poiutB In the lend.
, However, the best players on the
senior side have now played all their
matches, and the balance or tin
twelve men are not so strong. This
will give the student team n chance,
to jilck up a. godd few points, and
the final totals of the two teams
should not bo very far apart.
This nrtcrnoon at 3:30 o'clock
Kook On will play J. T. 'St. John,
nnd a good gnme is looked ror by
tho fans. Mcllryde Purvis will
tackle Oelz, and It Is hard In Bay
who will win. The followers of the
game roll up to all the matches,
and tho urt of rnptuilng arcs from
opponents appears to bo the rial
thing In sports nowadays.
Archdeacon Kmery'n daughter who
mnrrled the Jnpaneso, Aokl, will
leave her husband nnd return to her
father's homo nt San Rafael, Cat'.
Jack cs and Guard
There was a fair-sized crowd out
at the league grounds yesterday art-
crnoon to Watch the Jackie nnd
National auards practise lot their
big matches, on Satin day and Sunday
next. Four teams rrom tho war
ships turned out to play, and some
fine woik was)ilotie from one to foflr
j The Guards did not have as much
practise as'the rest of the nines, as
Sergeant Harry wished to let the
Bailors have all the exercise they
could get, and he did not like to get
! In their way.
The form shown by the sailors
was good, nnd nil ot the boys are
as keen as ever on the national
game. The rivalry between the dif
ferent nines Is. as great as when
they were In, Honolulu last, and
some line ball should be seen on the
league ground (diamond during the
stay of the 'fleet! In port.. '
A match was played' yesterday nftr
ernooif between' (he West Vlrglnls
and Colorado nines, and a good ex
hlbltloifoj. ball was given. The
gnme was rather In the way ot a
tryout to see .what players" should
make the conjoined fleet team which
Is to play Uary's ileautft. After an
exciting game Y he West Virginia
bunch won by n 'score ot 3 to S, nnd
then the tans jet themselves loose
with a vengeance.
The West Y, ipinla' team .. Is a
strong oue(amMlie games they put
up against the" Washington and
Mnrylund when; the fleet was last
hoie are remembered with pleasure,
l'or the comblrivta nine, nt least tour
or the Wes' Virginia players will
qua. If. It Is 'Hard lurk, ror tho
Washington lads, that their ship l
in quarantine. They are an enthu
siastic bunch ojf bnll players, nnd
they must (eel being out of the pres
ent series n lot.
There will be practise at the
grounds this afternoon, and the same,
iour teams are expeueu to lurn uui,
The Guards will a Inn bo nil deck, and
Sergeant Barrjj wishes JLhotnll the,
piar8Fir'wnnuffi'i''o"ut a Boon'aftor
four o'clock as possible,. The Guards
will have to be In the best of form
to defeat the combined team, anil.
Uarry does not wish to take any
chances with the ball-tosseis of the
Lan and Burns
To Meet In Ring
There is .quite, a revival ot box
ing In Australia nowadajs, and all
the oldtimers and some of the would
be champions arc taking a hand In
tho game. Hill Squires, who proved
to bo such a lemon In the States,
continues to be In the same 'citrus
class In the Antipodes. Dill never
claimed to bo a champion, but his
friends and backers, after seeing hint
bent all there was In sight In Aus
tralia, urged him to take'a run over
to America and, sad to say, 1)111
Still, Squires gctB a match now1
and again. He never -knows when
he is licked, nnd that has occurred
several times now. Hill Lang, who
Is matched to box Tommy Hums,
has dona a good deal ot fighting in
Australia, but unless Hums has got,
a way out of condition and lost, his
skill, he should have no trouble In,
handing Lang n package that will
hush him to steep for a while.
Old Hob Fitzslmmpns met Lang
the other day, and the cable has al
ready Informed us or what happen
ed to Hob. Now Lang has become
ambltlouB, and Is branching out In
the near-champion class. 'Dill Is
senslblo In deciding to try and get
Hums' scalp first, for It he 'defeats
Tommy, then It xwill be the States
for William, and some matches with
the best heavyweights In' the 'land'
of the Stars and Stripes. ' ,
The real strength of Lang la not
known, as he has had 'no chance to
meet really good men. However, in
Tommy Hums he will meet a man
who, although never considered to
be a champion of the class ot Jef
fries, Jackson or Johnson, defeated
a number of good men, and It win
be up to 11111 to show It he has the.
goods In His possession.
It Lang gets nwdy with Durns
thero will be much speculation as to"
how the Australian will do with tho
higher-ups, and there Is not much'
doubt that we will see the Kanga
roolander passing through Honolulu'
on his way to the mainland shortly
otter his go with Burns If, and a
big If at that, ho detents Mr. Noah'
Haulier "Is Kleaver a good butch
er?" O'Veale "Well, he's n reaourcefut
ono; I've often seen him cut n round
nnd a porterhouse from the same
chunk of meat," i
I Local and Coast
Don't release the rim of n quick dp.
tachablc tiro until after the casing Is
.deflated. It Is very dangerous.
I Don't expert your car to work
smoothly and give good service with
out proper lubrication, Don't mlstnke
an automobile for n lumber wagon.
Don't put on your brako- with tho
clutch In. It puts a tremendous strain
on tho universal Joints of the drive
shaft, also burns out your brakes.
Don't manipulate the spark: control
the speed ot your car with the throt
tle. Don't think thnt yon can pass every
car you spq on the road.
Don't become overconfident in
handling your car. "Sorry Is n poor
Don't fall to look your car over af
ter n long hard run and see If any
nuts aro loose or cotterplns gone.
Kep your tires well Inflated.
Don't meddlo with the carburetor
every time you have n missing cyl
inder.' It mlghtbe a dirty plug.
Don't discredit the performance of
anybody's car until you can prove
Don't rail to keep universal Joints
Don't tall to thoroughly drain your
radiator and motor on cold nights.
A solution ot 70 per cent, water, 17
per cent, alcohol and 13 per ccn.
glycerine will keep the water In your
motor nnd radiator from freezing.
Don't forco your gears. Maybo your
clutch Is dragging, And a little oil will
Don't belle vo all you hear about
the other fellow's car.
Don't allow your motor to race. It
Is bad for the motor.
Don't run by a cow at 40 miles nn
hour, as she Is dead sure to turn the
Don't Jump your car by quick open
lug" of the throttle.
Don't drive with tho spark so much
advanced that the motor pounds. It
Is hard on the bearings, and Is evi
dence of a poor driver.
Don't go. on an extended trip with
out first testing your b.itterles.
Don't light , a match to see how
much gasoline you have in your tank.
This ruay scvin foolish, but people do
It ovory year.
Don't fall to keep your brake ad
Justed. It Is more necessary to be
able to stop your car than to start
Don't leave tho car with Ihe con
trol lexer anywhere but In tho neutral
Don't forget above all elscc that aula
automobile la tho .flneU piece of' inn
chlntry,, ln thawwqr)L.,and that .you
wlll'be repaldln exceltencV'or serv
ice many times, over for the care and
ittehtlon given It.
In the opinion ot W. C. Leland gen
era! 'manager of the Cadillac Motor
Car Company of Detroit, motor car
manufacturers, more than owners and
drivers, nre to 4io censured for the
automobile smoke nuisance' which of
ficials of many cities are endeavoring
almost In vain to abate.
"Tho city authorities, ho matto'r
how vlllgant they may be, nor how
strongly backed by law and ordinance,
can not put, an end to the nulsanco '
says Mr. Leland, "nor can he drive
"of tho car. In the majority of cares
The manufacturers themselves aru re
sponsible for the cars which cough
nuoke with eicry piston stroke of tho
"Tho fault, nlnety-nlno times In a
hundred, is with tho car's oiling sys
tem. It Is caused by one of two
things. Etthei tho Ill-fitting parts of
tho engine require an excessive
amount of lubricant, which Is burned
with each explosion 'of gas, or the sys.
tern Is faulty In that tho operator is
powerless to regulate tho flow or oil
to his cylinders and crank case. In
either case tho result Is tho samo
a smoking exhaust,
"For years wo have used ion Cadll
lac cars an engine oiling system
wnicn nas round favor with other man
uracturers tho splash Bya'.em. the
results is that there Is no reason for
Cadiltas cars smoking. The oil Is fed
Into Mho crank, case through a sight
reed, and tho operator s control Is ab
solute. "As each cylinder li r,i n.n
splashor on the lower end of the' con
necting rod dips down Into ihe oil
supply in the crank case and splashes
It over the bearings, up into tho cylin
derover all moving parts; No oil
penetrates Into tho firing chamber of
the cylinder except that actually
needed for lubrication and carried
there by the piston. It will be readily
seen that (hero Is no chance for tho
exploding gas to burn Ihe oil and
produce Binoke; also that the operator
or the car has his oil supply under
compieto control nt alt times."
IN THE SUMMER 8IA80N
children overindulge In eating fruits
witn stomach pains a consequence;
mothers should have on hand Pain
klllerf Perry Davis'). 25c, 35c and 50c
Stuhb "The best umbrellas to put
up quickly are those with the patent
Penn "H'm! I have foiind those
with a gold handle the most conve
nient to 'put up.' "
A Chicago widow, with three chil
dren, lias Just completed n (hree
yenr high school course which In
volved deprivation and hard work,
May Go To Jail
It will bo tough lurlt If Jack John-
sun Is sent to prison tor assaulting
n negro as mentioned In )esterduy's
cable. If I.I I Art ,goes Into quod,
the match with Jeffries enn not come
off on July fourth, and then there
will be a howl from nil the sports Of
However much" Johnson may de
serve a jenr In Jail for assaulting
a bantamweight pug, It Is to be
hoped thnt sentence be suspended In
his care until Jerfrles has tried hh
best to wipe the negro out. Then
after he Is licked, or has licked, send
him up for his well-deserved term.
Johnson has pleaded not guilty to
the charge and is being sued tor
f 20,000 damages by Herman finder,
the little pug who was assaulted. If
l'luder gets that amount It will bo
the biggest purse he ever dreamt of,
and the honor of liming been knock
ed out by the world's champion will
also be his.
j ti ti
Charlie Lambert had added some
Interesting curios to his big collec
tion, and a couple of shells that were
fired at the siege ot I'ort Arthur nre
considered unique. A hit of the
Great Chlnu Wall Is nlso to be seen
at Lambert's place and next week he
will have a model of llalley's comet
Lin lull working order. Iloxlng gloves
used by some or the world-famous
fighters In their scraps adorn the
wall, and there are many other sport
ing mementoes lo be seen there
Theie will be n meeting of the
Hawaii Yacht Club on Friday night
next at 7 o'clock, and It will be an
Interesting one, ns the annual re
ports will be read and the election
of officers for tha coming year pro
cceded with. The meeting will bo
held nt the Young Hotel, and nil the
members of the club are requested
to be present,
Jack Dcnsham was covered In let t
as he mounted the gangway to boarl
the Alameda last night. Thero weie
many fi lends of bis. on the wharf to
bid him goodb)e, and everybody
seemed to think that some day the
well-known sporting writer would
return (o Aloha Land.
Tnlk of the Y. M. C. A. double
tennis tournament Is being revived,
.land as soon ns'tlie' weather become
little more setllel there will he
some fine tenuis' en the 'Association
WHO LOST THE HOSE?
Last night about half-past seven
o'clock the horse and wagon be
longing to 'the tlrm of Hon Kee &
Co., corner of Smith nnd King
streets, mysteriously disappeared
from In front of the store. As soon
as the team was missed, n search was
started throughout the city and tho
police were notified.
At half-p.ist twelve the Chinese
cook at Vida Villa called up Hon
Kee & Co. on the phone and noti
fied them that thero was n horse
and wugon tied up in the grounds
of that place which proved to be the
missing team, and In the wagon was
found a bundle or garden hosO which
had evidently been stolen from soma
Hon Kee & Co. have no Idea who
owns the bundle of hose, nor as to
who took tho team from In front or
tho store. They have notified tho
police of the find. ,
Pearl "Tho horrid manl I re
turned his letters labeled, "The Love
Letters of a Goose,' "
Buby "And what hnjipcned,
Pearl "He returned mlno labeled,
'Tho Love Letters of a Hen."'
"My uncles used to sinoko his plpo
and blow smoke rings thnt would
float across the room and ring tho
Don't bo nn straight-laced that you
can't unbend occasionally.
These are in vogue in mod
ern houses. It you haven't
hardwood floors, you can have
pine .or Nor'west nicely fin
ished that will look nearly as
Johnson's Floor Finishes
can be, used to equal advan
tage on either kind. Hand
some booklet, "Proper Treat
ment of Floors," free.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO STREET
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Returning from n Two Years' En
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Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
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