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How to Mix Sherwin-Williams
Paint, Prepared, Properly.
To secure the best rcaul Is from S.'AV. P., or any other Rood prep,ir6il paint, It mint bo
properly mixed. 'Pie illustration niul tiieir explanations tell how to mix S. W. P. pro
oerly and in the least tlmu. , fr4
Bhnko tho pnekage vio
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tho whole top.
Pour off Into nnothor
package nt least two
thirds of the vchlclo
that hns raised abovo
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Stir the pigment nnd
remaining .oil wlih n
trung .smooth paddle
that Is of a shape
which will admit ot
getting around the
edges and bring up nil
of the pigment. Do
this until tho mass Is
smooth and entirely
Ilcgln returning tho
surplus vchlclo n llttlfc
at a time, until nil
has again been added,
Then, "box" ;thc paint
that Is. pour It buck
and forth from one
pall to another from
half a dozen to a dozon
times, each tltno leav
ing about ono-quartcr
of the paint In tho pall
which Is being emptied.
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HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, FED
BT T. L. BTEVENBOJf.
Y. M. C. A. WILL
LOOK INTO MATTER
Hand Wants to See Local Rec
ords Broken on Boys' Field
Big' Meed Is Being Considered.
Dr. Hand ot the Y. M. C. A. has
planned for a track meet vihlch will
bring together all tho best athletes of
the country, ami make competition no
close Hull sonic of the existing recoids
will be almost certain to go by the
If nice, McCamlless anil n few other
runners were really hanl pressed on
n Rood track,- tlere In no hi) Inn what
now figures might lie established by
seme ot the local bojs. ,
Carey Is a runner who might cmiic
new records to bo posted If properly
pneed. Ho Is n sterling runner am'.
has shown his quality on se er.il oc
casions on thl local tracks. Then
Mackenzie can bo relied upon to cov
et the hundred in taut time, and ho
and Rice should finish close togelhoi
In nnyiaco they may start In.
Ellsh'a Andrews will go after tho
pole Vault, and lie should go clo:-e to
l.eatlng the record which hu gotwlth-
In four Inches of hint year. Tho Ilnys'
Field would b the place wheru tho
suggested truck meet would come off
and .as a lot of Vork Is being done on
thu 'ground at the pruhent time the
field should be alright.
Kewalos Take'Mcasute'o'f Cavalry' to'
tlie .Tune of 4 to 3 Harry's
Beauts Will Next Try and Beat
Yesterday 'afternoon tho Kewalo
baseball team Journeyed down to Lei
lehua and met the Fighting Fifth ball
tossers on tho best diamond in the
country. The town cam won out af
ter a very closo and exciting game by
a score of 4 to 3.
Tho Cavalry lads put up a Rood
game, but the Dcpont'Soaies combin
ation was too strong for them. There
was a big crowd around tho diamond
nnd many city people took tho run
down on tho train to hospitable l.el
lehua, v.heio tin wcro made to feel
Doth nines scored in tho first In
ning, tho Kowalos muklng ono run,
and tho Cnvulry two. Then In the
third tho city boys knocked up two
more and followed It up wltb ono In
tho fourth. That completed their
Kcorlng, but ns tho I'lflli could only
add one In their eighth, tho game end
ed In victory for tho Kewalos. Harry's
Iieuuts will next lucklo tho Cavalry
and then thcro will bo something do
ing for certain.
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THREE RACES WILL
BE RUN MARCH 27
Runners Are in Training and Motor
Cyclists Getting Into Shape
Cyclists Will Also Make Fast
Now that the Halelwa Marathon
tacc, wlilcfi Is to bo run on March 27,
Is n really going concern as far ns
rrlies nnd limners nre concerned. It
Is good to sec that n lot of the men
who competed In last ear's cnutet-t
aio getting Into form for tho big race
of next month.
Connie Hayes Is running In fine
shape, and Mcel Jackt.no who Is train
Ing in nis company, states mat mo
young fellow Is In tho beet of foim
and that It will take n good man to
beat It I tn. Jackson, himself, Is run
ning sttongly, and. as he already has
a leg In for the Dlmond cup. ha will
strain every nervo to ng.ilti win tho
tlormau Is said to be getting Into
condition, and anyone who remembers
the fine effort put up by the game
t miner last Je.lr, would certainly like
to see him competing In this ) car's
event, Keaglcr, I'tihy nnd half a doz
en other well known distance run
r.eis, nre training hard nnd every night
limy bu .seen along tho Ileni-h road nt
work. A number of lesser lights are
also nt work and It may bo that from
their ranks tho v, Inner may come. It
Is ccrtaln,.tlnt a big field will face the
staiter nt the railroad depot on the
til eat morning, and the special train
should ba crowded with a big bunch
nt (Wf-ilratntiluf u tt-hri u III pnlm tlinni.
selves (lowtuat fieautlful Hulelwa Just
las much as tho crowd did last March
I Thn molnrvrl nml lilrvfln mn
will add Interest to tho day. and H is
fipec.te.d that,. )oiuo marvelous times
will bo out un ocr tnu road. Many
motorcycllsls.jiavo already been over,
the course; sons'"to",.gct-nsed to tho
bends nnd gulches which ara plenti
ful. JackBon Is .busy collecting prizes
and already he has a fine list of suit
able articles that will appeal to tho
amateur runners, who will tako part
in the Marathon.
n n n
The Y. M. C. A.-Marine handbnll
loitrnament will be continued at the
gym. court as soon ns tho new bulls
airlvo from tho Const. The first
half was p1u)ed at tho Camp Very
court, and the Murines had an easy
time In winning by n score of 3fi3
to 2G". llwexer, the second halt
of tho tournament should tell a dif
ferent tnle, as tho Y. M. C. A. hunch
will bo on their own court, and there
Is little they do not know nbout the
way u ball bounds there.
Thcro will be nn Important meet
ing of the Oahu llnseball League on'
Thursday evening next nt the office
of C. V. Chllllnnworth Tho meet
ing will be called to order at 7:30
o'clock, and as It -Is tho first gath
ering of this year, nil members are
requested to roll up. The teams that
ate to take part in the scries wll
bo thought over, and It may be that
a couple of new nines will be In the
Oahu League this coming season,
It looks a though tho' legislative
mountain might give birth to a few
chipper mice after nil.
"For oxer to ytsrs I hava always kept
Ajsr's Cherry Pectoral In the houe. My
fathstofteo told me that It saied my life
when T ih very yoanc"
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KAMS WIN TRACK AMPSEMEOTS- j
I MEET ON POINTS EMPIRE THEATER 1
High School Has Most Firsts; but the
Kamj Fill Too Many Other
Places Foul Spoils Relay Race
No Records Are Equaled or
Although there was an unfortu
nato dispute In legnrd to the lelny
race between the Kami and High
School on Saturday nfternoon, It can
not be denied that the Knius did
remarkably good work in storing so
many points more than the Highs.
Sixty-nine to C7 was the Dual tally,
and oven If the points had been
scored in the other way, the Kams
would still have been In the lend
by r.l to GO.
The High School, through the
agency of Hlcc, McCnmllcss and
Norton, won pretty well everything,
but ns' the rest of tho High team
did not get the second, t lit t d nnd
fourth places ns the Kams did, the
total points, of course, shoved the
Kams In the lead.
In the i clay race McCnndlcss was
disqualified for fouling Hosea, but
the High School athlete denied Unit
he Interfered with Hosea. How
ever, the Judges stuck to their ver
dict, nnd MiCnndless was ruled out
of tho rnce.
There was n good-sized crowd
present to watch the meet, which,
after all, Ib only n preliminary nf-
fair, which Is the trjout for the
big meet on March 19. The sports
weie much enjoyed nnd It Is to be
legretted that the argument about
the fouling nnd the method of sein
ing took place, if the High Sehoo,
would only put tunic men In the
field fur each event, they would hno
a better ihnncci They can win near
ly every event, but It Is the num
ber of setouils nod thirds that luuiit.
Tim inn vnnlc Riirl lit u-na wmi l,v I
.:. '.. .. 'i
lllce, with Iloiea second.
I line, 1 1
sec. Kite could have impiovcd
this time, if lenlly pressed.
Then the Knms captured tho mile
run with ttio aid of flora, who won
from his schoolmate Benjamin.
Time, f mln. 7 1-ii see.
Tho 22U yards low hurdles went,
ns expected, to Hill Hlcc. Time, 31
sec. McCindless won the rtunfter
mile run In CS 3-5 sec. Hill lllce
was second, and Lewis ot the Kams
Once again Hlcc showed his pace
in the 220 yurds sprint, and he laud
ed that' evont. by a narrow margin
fiom McCandleuB. Wnlclcclc of the
Kams got third pl""e. Time, liT. 3-.1
t,ec very slow linked for men like
like nnd McCundlejs.
Tho half mile hi ought that ster
ling runner Norton to tho front, nnd
he landed the event from Cora. Clill
llngworth was third. Time, 2 mln.
Five feet one Inch won tho high
Jump, anil, of courso, It was Mc-
Candtess who carried off the honors,
Knm boys, however, filled Becond,
third nnd fourth places.
McCandlcss put the shot 43 feet
2 Inches, and no ono else could touch
him In that department. He Jump
ed 19 feet I 1-2 Inches and could,
lune done more If he had tried hard
ill the b.f-ail Jump.
Tho Kums had It all their own
way In the hammer throw, and Mi
nima, Wlkox and Noah were first,
second and fourth, McCnmllcss was
placed third. Ninety-one feet 1 1
Inches was all that the winner could
Dal of the Kanie cleared 9 feet In
the pole vault, and was declared the
winner. Noah was second, McCalid-
fess third, nnd Knuhl fourth.
nhe High School, although win
ning eight out of twelve events,
were defeated on points, nnd It wns
owing ty tho Kams having so many
men In every event. Tho Highs had
better interest the rnnk and file ot
the school athletes In the running
and Jumping game, or else they will
time after time win first place In
ovents, 'but lose on the total points
lleforo the next meet It should
bo mudo clenr, 'also, that either
fourth place In each event Is to bo
counted or Jiot. Three places would
pcciu to be enough, but It Is up to
the schools to decide tho mutter
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
The Outrigger Club Is planning 'a
surfing contest for next Sunday, niul
It tho waves aro any good there should
be some fine stunts pulled off nt Wal
klkl. The Clark cups will to comiict
I'd for and they aio well worth win
ning, Night tennis is -being ployed every
evening out at Mnnoa, whero tho elec
tric lights havo been Installed. Mrs,
Coulter Jind n try tho other night and
sue oimii tnat me gamo rom.i uo
played well by the aid of tho artificial
Dettmcrs nnd Sailor Hobcrts havo
been matched to wroHtle tho best two
out of thrco fulls, cntrli-ns-catch-can,
en April 2. The Btiugglo should bo a
great ono as Sailor Itoberts hns ncer
been dctrntcil hero and Dettmers has
a flno reputation as a mat uttlst.
Talk Is being revived about tho J.
A. C.-Ul.imonj J lend, series, lint ns tho
pi iiitiiuu Mini tuiiiuiiini iiii inik up'
pear to know much nbout tho mntler,
It may bo only hot nlr,
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