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How to Mix Sherwin-Williams
Paint, - Prepared, Properly.
To secure the best result from S. W. P.. or any otlmr good prepared paint, It must bo
properly mixed. 'Die illustration nnd. their explanations tell how to mix S. W. P. pro
oerjjr and in the least time.
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Blinko the package violently.
Cut out the whole top.
'Stir the pigment nnd
remaining oil with a
strong .smooth paddle
that Is ot a shape
which will admit ot
getting around the
fidges-and bring up ait
of' the pigment. Do
this until the mass is
smooth and entirely
Begin returning the
surplus vehicle a little
dt a. time, until nit
has again been added,
'it t i. imxnioir.
Pour oft' Into another
package at least two
third of the vehicle
that has .raised above
Then "box" the paint
rtbnt Is, pour It back
nnd forth from one
pall to .another from
halt a dozen '.to a dozen
times, each tlmo leav
ing about' one-quarter
of the paint In the pall
which Is being emptied.
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SEASON OPENS ON
' SUNDAY WEEK
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LEGGETT TRAP WILL
Ibe IN OPERATION
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Season for Live' 'Birds Closes March
1 line Prtxrram Arranged for
Trap-Shooter Cracks All Get
ting UiM form.
; .Next Wednesday afternoon thora
will be something doing down nt
tho aun .Club traps at KakaiUd.. fin
members will start in ti rr.icthe
tor the coming season, an-l, judging
from the enthusiasm shcVwnr !t Am
program of event's will noon bo up
The season for all lives bints, ex
cepting ployer, closes on March 1,
and then the' clay blue-rocks and
other imitation birds will be up
against li for some months. The
program, of the Club will be printed
next week, and a long" list: of inter
esting shoots will be seen to have
On March 6, the fifty-bird com
petition will be. shot off, and the
.. .i -L illl .(.!.' it.. O.I
by trophy, which is a beautiful gold
watch. " I '
The. Loggett trap will be in use
this season, and at a tryout last
Wednesday It was voted a great
tucucsk. (Tbe (rap Is very fast ;ln
its action, ami It cab keepvslz men
iolnc with their aiins. white' on the
other band it only requires one man
to manipulate, the machine. TtlJ
birds' are thrown oiit at unknowU
angles, and (,he .velocity they. attain
muxes ii gooa snooting ,io gei a
sort ot 'decent run of .kills.
Harvi-Vi-Austin 'add all the cracks
are anxiously awaiting the opening
of the trap .season, and .several new
wvw are ibkihbtuu ino iDon. kuv
Comlrtg, sSoqts aJouM In 'a 'good,,) (
not better, than the many pleasant
ones eajoyed,-br the visitors to the
Qun Clubs ground last year.-.
CHAMPIONS TO ROW
' ON ZAMBESI RIVER
DICK ABNBT AND BAHRY
WILL COMPETE IN RACE
Early In August Sculling Champion
ship of World Will Be Rowed
on African River $5000 Fune
Marines, at Camp Very, nnd that
Will end tho matches that are to be
played at the Marines' stronghold.
The second half of the tournament
will be fought out on the Y. M. C.
X. court, and tho home team should
make up a lot of tho points they
Are behind. Yesterdays scores are
Do Colto (Y. M. C. A.), 45; Cler
enger (U. S. M. C). 39.
Marcalllno (Y. M. C. A.), 43;' L.
R. Williams (U. S. M. C). 45.
Picarlello (U. 3. M, C), 15; Web
ster (Y. M. C. A.), 9.
Nott (Y. M. C. A.), 30; J. A.
Williams (U. S. M. C). 45.
On Sunday next tho Kewalo base
ball nine will Journey to Lellehua
and there engage the Fighting
Hfth In a friendly game. The Kc
watos are taking out a strong team,
and tho soldiers will havo to play
up In order to win. Sergeant Harry
considers that tho Cnvnlry need nil
the practise ponslbte In order that
they may get Into form to meet tbe
N. O. H. bunch of clfamplonn.
A hygienic wall finish in the form
of dry powder; ready for instant use
when mixed with cold water.
IT NEVER RUBS OFF OR FADES
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Sachs Block. Fort and Beretanla SU ,
fine rurmsnea rooms; si per aay.
$10 and upwards per month. Splen
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GOOD MEALS FOR 85 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in "Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to tee all' our old tui-
tmnen come back,
YACHT HAWili WILL
OPENING OF SEAlMIN
"betVf6r MARCH 3
Regatta at Pearl Harbor Mooted
Bace for Wrens will Alio Be
Held Boom in Sailing.
At the meeting ot the Hawaii
Yacht Club, which wa held at tbe
Commercial Club last night,- It was
finally decided that the yacht Ha-
wair should represent tbe Islands In
tbe transpacific race.
The yacht will, be manned by a
crew of local yachtsmen, who will
take her to (he mainland and then
sail back in the big annual race.
The crew will be atlected before
yery long, and a series; of entertain
ments will be given Jn this city to
raise funds to fit out the yaoht and
defray the expenses of tbe contest.
Tbe opening cruise ot tbe. yacht
ing seasonwill take place on Sun
day, March 3, and It was also de
cided to arrange a regatta for the
Healanl and Myrtle boat clubs on
the same day at Pearl Harbor. The
eel wrens will also be provided for,
iml a race for those small boats will
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serve to keep the youngsters in a
happy state ot mind. A,.
The transpacific race la to start
from San Pedro on 'July Fourth, and
It ehould prove to be the. best ever
sailed. More' yachts will compete,
aud the presence of email hookers
like the Winsome and Kamehameha
will lend additional, interest to the
event. , , ,
Jack Denslum, late of this, city;
can bo relied upon Ltq boost the af
fair in San Francisco, and his ad
vance stories of the-race, will soon
appear In the Coast papers. Den-
sham took part in the last race, and
he knows all about the yachting'
Some novel feature will be in
troduced Into the, entertainments In
aid of the race fund', and ,it la
thought that money will be raised
with ease to finance tbe transpacific
contest. The financing of the race
by donations might have to be re
sorted to,, but there Is-To doubt that
the entertainment idea Is tbe better
one ot tbe two;
The enthusiasm about yachting Is
almost as Keen as.,that with which
rowing Is spoken of- nowadays, nnd
aquatic sports of all kinds are cer
tainly on the boom everywhere,
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Ait the otdtlme champion oars
men,' must think hard when they
ponder over tbe fact that tho
world's championship Is to be row
d'd on the Zambesi river in far-off
The ilme-honorod. rnce which used
to attract, sporting men from all
over tho world has been rowed on
Borne peculiar stretches of water,
but It Is doubtful It any ot tho old
timers like Hill Doach, Ned Hanlon
or OaUdaur aver dreamt that some
day tho event would' be rowed in
The. race, which comes oft In Au
gust next, Is, . of course, more or
less of an advertisement for the big
company which Is financing tho
show, and as they are donating $0,
000 as prise money, and are also
paying all tho expenses of Barry
and Arnst, who will Compete In the
rate, it Is hard Jo see bow anyaproflt
can be made .on tbe proposition.
ulchard Arnst has had a varied
career as(an 'athlete, and he, be
sides, being ft .champion oarsman,
has the cycling championship of
Australia to his credit. Some years
ago Arnst was a champion road
I Ider, and he then went In for track
racing anu ueiore long tanaea me
prize money In the big Australian
Wheel race. Then; seeing that he
was handicapped out ot all cycle
races. Arnst determined to learn to
WfiiM . notwithstanding tha.,facjl
that he liaa'never'beenin-n" racingl
shell In1 his life, told everybody that
he' would before long be world's
And although he was capsized
more times than he could keep track
of. Arnst stuck Jo the game and
eventually got. a match or two. He
won these easily',- and then, going
on Improving, he tackled Towns;
Who held the' championship. The
result was that the ex-chirmpibn cy
clist and road racer proved himself
Jusi. ns good on .the. water as on
land,, nnd now for somo time he baa
held tho coveted honor.
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r HANDBALL. ,
The Country Club ,1s In fine order
and J. D. Mclnerny has- arranged
for an automobile 'bus to mako half
hour trips to and from tbe end ot
the Nuunnu car line and tho club
house. The 'bus, will start nt one
o'clock on Saturday afternoon and
nt nine o'clock on Sunday mronlng.
The Outrigger Club Is booming
along In style, nnd no less than 102
lockers nrc now available for mem
bers. At least fifty moro are re
quired, and they will be provided
In the near future
MISS EVA ALVA M
Song and Acrobatic Dance Artist )
HARRY WEIL !
Returning from n Two Years' En;
pagement in China and RnssiaJ
Fremier Pianist of the Far East -
The Man and the
Fort Street Below Beretania
The grass house that wob used In
the Floral Parade Is now fixed up
nt Walklkl as n boathounc for tho
girls, it comes In' very hnmly fur
the fair-ones and they arc delighted
M a m
HOW HANS WAGNER
Tho career of Wagner In bnscball
has been interesting. He was roared In
Carnegie, Pa., before It was Carncrfe
and he and his brothers played tho
frame th'cro. John (wonder how mauy
admirers of Honus, or Hans, know hie
MAY WALLACE end BOBBIE WAY
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Corner Nuuanu and Panahi Streets
name Is John P.J) was not a Kood'o. f p-nirrm Vondav Wed-
MARINES HAVE BIG.
LEAD IN SERIES
Y. M. C.;A. LOSES THREE
OUT 'OF FOUR. GAMJI8
First Half of . Tournament Nearly
Finished Second Put Will Be
riajeo. on uym. tyonrr.
Four, games were played In tho Y.
M. C. A.-Marincs handbalLlourpament
yesterday, and out of the quartet the
naii-weis won inree. , mere was u
large audience of Interested specta
tors, .and the play was watched with
the greatest Interest.
The total scorns up to dato are: Ma
rines, 309; Y, M. O. A.. 217. This big
majority In'favor of tho Marines will
.bo a hard proposition for tho Y. M.
C. A. boys to overcome, although they
will mako a better showing 'when tbh
sccoud half ot the tournament Ik play
ed on their own court. The boys havo
found considerable difficulty In get
ting on to tho method of playing at
the Marino court. They aro used to
ihe side' walls, and tho wooden, rig-out
also worried them a lot.
Thrco of the games yesterday were
fairly Close, but that between Webster
and Picarlello ended In a hollow vie
tory (or tho 'latter, who won by a scoro
of AS to 9.
The game between Marcalllno and
Williams was a very exciting one, and
It was a toss-up who should win right
through tho match. Fqr tH first half
of tbe struggle the men kept within n
point of one another, and It was only
right at the finish that Williams man
aged to gain two points and win by
De Colto and Clerenger played
good handball, although there wos
a difference of six 'points between
them at the finish. Tho Y. M, C
A, man Bhowed the best, form ot
tho Y. M. C. Ai bunch, and wa
tho only winner thoy had yesterday.
This nftefnoon' St. John of tho
Y, M. C. A. will play Molter ot tho
he was hit too awkward, and barrel
lilra except when ho wanted to pitch,
says. the "American Mugailno" lll
nrmi wore tremendously long, and
they assert around his homo that
"when- his was n "Vd," and his legs
were-oven rnorchiWxdttbafl they 'arc.
HUH iiv lar'fiH f.uii Hiunh ...n 'ivn
up apples without stouplng'.,
.That Immi-nso length ot arm has
been one of the physical advantages
that has gone to make blm tho great
est of all player. Besides, he has
shoulders almost ns wide as tyls arms
are long, and ho could throw a ball
with terrific speed. Because ho could
throw so hard all the other boys
boasted "no catcher could hold John,"
and thereupon mado him pitcher.
Presumably Al, who was John's old
er brother, becamo n professional play-
pr and got n job playing third baso
for ft, team at' Stcubcnvllle, O. Oeorgo
Morelsn-1 who Id now tho chief base
ball stntUttclan of tho country, was
idzCd with a mania for owning and
'managing teams, and ha had bought
the Steubcnvtllo club and hired Al
Wagner. Moreland needed a pitcher
In-tho summer, of 1S9S, and could not
find one to completo his pitching staff
until Al Wagner came to him and
"Why don't you give my brother
John a chance?"
"Can he pitch?" asked Moreland.
i "t don't know," replied Al, but It
won't .cost much for you to find out."
Honus was playing on tho lots
around Carnegie, and Moreland wrote
asking blm If he would sign a con
tract to pitch for Stcubcnvlllo, and the
Second day thereafter tbero camo a
postal card on which was written:
"Yes. When do you want me?"
Wagner Ignored tho salary question
ontlrcly, and Moreland called Al Into
consultation. "What will your brother
want?" he asked.
"Oh, anything will suit htm," replied
The salary limit ot tho Steubcnvllle
team wns 1800 a month, nnd Moreland
was within S35 of, tho limit act by tho
league, so he offered John Wagner $33
b' month to pitch for blm. 'Tho follow
ing day came another laconic card:
"All right. Will accept."
Moreland telegraphed Wagner to re
port Immediately and wired a railroad
order for transportation. Tho tele
gram waa sent at 8 o'clock In the
morning, and tho first train leaving
Pittsburg for Steubenvlllo started nt
noon, reaching Steubenvlllo nbout
1:30. Shortly before 1 o'clock Claude
Rltchey, who was playing his first
professional engagement, "said:
"Here comes tho big Dutchman,"
and ilans Wagner, covered with cln
dors, sauntered up to begin his base
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