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He:: Fiintkote is n non-conductor of heat and cold.
Tt :i riintkotc is vermin orcof, end rats or mice will
I.cx l:iliitltotc can be l.id by one man, and the labor
o.' u -ty r" ij much 1 ts than that of sliinclcs.
Tex Ilintkote is tlie moit satisfactory and economical
roofing you can bu- fcr all classes of farm building fac
tories and flat-roofed buildings.
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ROBERTS VS. DETTMERS
Lone Film of Hackenschmidt-Gotch
Conteit Will Be Shown Bugler
Sarconi Once More to Fore.
On Saturday night next the Prin
cess (link will bo the scene of sev
eral engagements Inside the squared
circle and on the wrestling mat.
While the fistic events havehot yel
finally been decided as to whut stars
will take part In (hem, enough is
known to size up the proposition
tlugler Sarconi, who Is well known
to all the fight fans of this city,
will once more face a Honolulu audi
ence. The bugler has gone through
Borne thrilling exp.:ences In the
local ring, and he has beaten nnd
been beaten by ninny boxers. Jtl
Is always n trier, and when In con-J
union can be relied upon in mni.e
u scrap Interesting while It lasts.
Sarconi Improved wonderfully at tho
boxing game through association
with Jack Cordell and Charlie, ilellly
while they were In training.
Schumnn will be the man to face
Sarconi, and for four rounds the
two will stnm) up to one another
and exchange swats in the ho'pes ot
landing a punch on boiuo vulnerable
poiut that will bring home the
Tlieio will be another bout besides
the Sarconl-Schuman little affair,
and it will bo between Coll. the
well-known baseball player, and
Houghrox of the Cavalry. The lat
ter Is the man who fought to a draw
with -Uonmah, McCullougli at I.e He
lm a last week. The righting Klttll
representative la a strong, rugged
boxor, and can give and toko n
punch with the best of tliu local
There may be another contest be
sides the nbove two, but at present
the probabilities aro that two bouts,
u mile film of the Hnckcnschmldt
Ootch world's championship wres
tling match, and tkc Hoborts-Dett-
ninrs struggle on the unit will make
tlio pi ogi nm long enough for ocry
Tlioio has been no boxing in this
city for somo time, and even Hllo
lias been bilnglng off bomo shows,
while the gentle fight funs of Hono
lulu hate been wandering around
trying to tlnd a moving-picture show
whom a shadowy representation of
their favorite sport might be seen
Then the Uoberts-DettmerB catch-
us-catch-can tiuslo should be good,
and the two experts Bhould give a
duo exhibition of the art of-.wrc8-tllng.
There huve not been ninny
exhibitions of the mat game lu this
city that Is, among the Europeans
and therefore a lot of people will
see that kind of contest for the hrst
The rink is being arranged for
the show, und everybody will be able
to, see tbo various stunts In comfort.
Trie refeices have not yet been an
nounced, but no doubt some well
known sports will undertaka the
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MOTHER IN TEARS
CHICAGO, Feb. 23. "This is tlie
saddest moment of my life," said
Mrs. Nolson, mothor of Battling Nol
son, at her homo in llcgewisch, us
she stroe to brush aside the. tcnr
that coursed down her clieoka last
night after sho heard of her sou's
defeat by Wolgast.
"I hope Uattllng will give up box
ing uow. He has been so busy writ
ing and traveling In the last )ear
thut 1 don't think ho prepared long
enough for the match. Nobody ever
cun accuse him uf n dishonest act,
and I daresay lie Is greater In defeat
Ihau had hu won fioui his rival.
"We wutthed all afternoon Mill
ions i"cr supper time for word
from out West, and all of us looked
for tho siiuie message he hud sent
us so often tolling of victory, I hope
he was not hint. Uattllng uhwijs
would stand up and fight until It
seemed he must keel out und die,
Perhaps this lesson nil) leiuli him
In give lip prliMlKhlliig"
BY V. L. STEVENSON. v
U COMINQ EVCNT8.
. U Secretaries mid managers of U
tt athletic clubs mo Invited" to send 8
atnletlc ciuiis mo invited to senu w
lu tlie dates of any oients which tt
-' '"' u" Betting up. for In- tt
tt sertlon under the above head. tt
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t the. 8lK,rt.nS,Kdl,or; ., ,. II o 1 1 n. tt
tt ATHLETIC PA11K. , tt
tt March 27 Diamond Heads vs. J. a
tt A. Cs. tt
tt MIL1TAIIY LEAGUE. tt
tt April 2 Marines s. N. (1. II.; tt
tt Cavalry s. Infantry. tt
a April 9 N. 0. II. vs. Infantry, tt
tt April 9 Marines vs. Caalr. tt
tt PLANTATION LEAGUE. H
tt May 1 Ewa,vs. Walalua. tt
U May 1 Aleas. Walpahu. tt
a Tun of-Wir. a
a ATHLETIC PARK, a
U March 26 International Series, a
a Marathon, a
a April "I Halelwa Annual Itace a
a April 3 Fllcjclo Itaces. a
a March 27 Tearn Play.
tt May 3 Opening ot reason,
t'-, i Fistic.
tt Apt II 2 Princes Hlnk.
tt Y. M. C. A.
t; March 25 High Hchool Tnuma- a
a nient. ' a
a Track Meet. a
a April 9 Y. M. C. A. at noV a
a April 2-
a April 3-
npbi'rls vs. Deltmers.
a March 30 Weekly Cup.
a Horse Racing,
a July A luter-lhlutid meet,
a Transpacific Yacht Race,
a July 4 Start from San Pruncisco. a
tt World' Championship Fight.
a July 4 James Jeff lies v Jack O
a. Johnson a
ccntcc it tTuinir tiaov-'vi11 nnv ' reni' ocui n on,er
OLKIlO Al IIiULIIU rArlRlto beui the bunch that will rcpVe-
Muliocks and Atahis Will Flay Pre
liminary Game Good Laseball
If tho Athletic Purk diamond U
in any kind of shape tomorrow aft
ernoon, the Diamond llead-J. A, C.
series will ho continued, and the sec.
ond game will bo 'played. The first
game wus won by the Jewels, and
then the rain prevented any contin
uation of tho series. However, It Ib
hoped thut tlfdgreut rivals from the
tonlor and Junior leagues will bitch
up ouie more tomorrow, und show
the Athletic Park fans some real
The J, A. C. team has been
strengthened, and the champions of
the Oahu league are going to do
their tery best tomorrow to wipe
out tho defeat ot u couple ot Sun
Leslie has been practising durlnr
the week, and he Is pitching great
bull at pusent. It was his pace that
tl'd the J. A. Cs. up In knots In the
first Intor-leugue gamo. Thoma,
who catches for Leslie, Is feeling
good, too, und the battery will cer
tainly tiouble the Juniors n lot.
Tim LMumond lleud-J. A. C. series
has been Jelaycd und postponed
man) times through rainy weatner,
and tho games would appear to be
under n Uioodoo. Still, the mere
fact thutuhe two leagues are bat
tling It out alwajs draws a crowd
The Muliocks und Asuhls will pluy
u preliminary gume, and it should
be utrintuicstlng ono.
a tt a
"Marathon Jack" ran across that
oldtlino ped Paddy Walsh yesterday,
und the veteran at once offered a $30
suit of clothes us it prize for tho Hu
lelwa race. This Is one of the bost
pilzes donated so far, und the fortu
nate winner will be homethlng to
gaze upon when he gets Into the
n n it
It Is to bo regielted thnt Wuha
I. ml und MiC'iillough will nut meet
in tlie squared ilicle ut the present
time. There lire many people who
would like ei) miuh to sue Wahu
lanl up ugulnst n real good man,
SAILORS AND INFTY.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
League Oroundi Engaged for Two
Dayi Barry's Beauti Deter
mined to Win
This afternoon out at the league
grounds there will be two games of
baseball, and although the one be
tween .Harry's No. 2 lleauts and the
Fort 'StuVfter boys will be more or
less Iiylho nature ot a trjout, the
two Jusiihes should bo interesting.
Sergrafil'Burry Is going to select
a teainYthlntternoon from the Hrst
lnfat)V( uJid tho bunch he picks out
will ,'if('iTexeiit the QunrdB in the
tnllltafcWWrlnl which Is to start up
on Aiijilj,2 The new team will bo
plckojwrQTU somo twcnt,y men who
hae',lWp.'Vkqcl to turn out this alt
emoojiVandYshow their form against
ThlnwAiflil he some fun for sure.
and lftnJHo a treat to watch Harry
at wont discussing the ability ot
some ot the players. The Shatters
will do their best to try out the
Quards, and at the same time beat
them to a fratzle.
The other game will be between
the y Marines and the New Orleans
nine, and as the latter team has al
ready beaten the halt-wets, there
will be a great struggle this after
noon for the honors. The Jackles
huve a strong nine, and on 'the main
land they have tnken the measure
of quite a bunch of good teams. II
the sailors win from the Marines to
day, thelr game'with the First Hos
pital Company tomorrow will look
good to tho fans. Harry's bunch of
ball-topers won out In the military
series 'last year, and although they
lost to the combined fleet team, It
was a case of hard luck for the
Guardsmen. Tho New Orleans nine
sent the Guards tomorrow afternoon
nt the league grounds, and they will
surprise the Honolulu dopesters II
they defeat the best military team
in the Islunds.
There will be plenty of basouall
today uud tomorrow, and ut thu
league grounds there will be two
games .this afternoon and two on
Sunday. The rain Is the only thing
that lould Interfere with the games,
und It Is hoped that the taps will
be turned off for at least fort) -eight
The league ground Is In excellent
condition, and the rains have fresh
ened up the grass In tho outflelu a
lot. There will bo a small chargo
made at the gates, and reserved seats
may be had for twenty-five cents.
The sport promises to be good, uud
08 the Jackles are certain thut they
can defeat both the Murines ana
Guards, there will be a long-drawn-out
argument while the games are
a a a
DOTS AND DASHES.
The bus will run from the end of
the Nuuanu car-lino to the Country
Club tomorrow, and the members
who are going up to take part In
the team play will not have to hoof
It back after the finish
Tho Japanese Athletic Club's din
ner Is to come off tomorrow night,
und It Is being looked forward to
by a big crowd ot people who were
fortunate enough to get Invitations.
The Portuguese Athletic Club,
which organization has entered a
team In tuo,Oahii League series, Is
composed largely ot members of the
Ha)es und domes are running in
line shape nowuda), und there seems
to bo no dlstunce thut can make the
How to find the new comet: Look
miir third base from the direction
of the home plate, Just ubove the
left Held feme to thu right of uie
siore-bnurdl twenty-live degrees,
nine uiluuf? and twenty-four sec
onds weal uf the. knot hole. Dallas
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Marinei, Hawaiiani, Portuguese and
Colored Teams Will Contest for
This evening at the Athletic Park
the much-tolkcd-of tug-of-wor will
be pulled off. Thnt Is, the prelimi
nary struggles will take place, nnd
n line on the strength of the differ
ent clews tuny lie obtained. All
four tt unit feil cotiltileut of victor,
nnd there Is going to he one big
time from stnrt to finish
The Portuguese M'cm to be cry
confident that they will win out,
nnd thoy are backing themsehes
heavily. The Ilawnllatig are a husky
lot of Individuals, and they can not
see how they can possibly lofe How
ever, they may understand how It
feels to be tugged oer the line when
they go up against tho Marines nnd
the rest of the bunch.
The platform haB been raised nt
the park, and the vset weather will
not Interfere with the pulling much
From present Indications the e en-
lug will be fine, and a big crowd of
followers of the sport Is sure to turn
A. K. Vlerrn has workc.S.hard on
tho tug-of-wur proposition, nnd ho
has provided n decent lot ot prize
money for the vtnners In the com
petition, There hne been no tug-of-wor
contests here for a long time,
and the sport should get a new lease
of life tonight.
a a a
Gleaned at Garages
Manager Dodge, of the ton Hamm
Young garage reports things as being
bus) nt the big garage. Scral cirr
weiu sold during the neck, and the
demand for the Overland car exceeds
the most sanguine expectations of c
or) body connected with the firm.
Two Packard cars aro expected on
the next boat from the Coast and they
have both been sold to urrlve. A Pope
Hartford has been sold to Mr. Wllco:
of Kami, und It will bo hipped as
soon as possible. Dlgby Sloggelt of
Maul has purchased a Cadillac, and It
has been forwarded to him. The Vol
cano Stables Co. has bought a llulck
20 h. p., live seated car, ami the com
pany will ust It In connection with
their Vo'cano House trips.
,John Watt, of Olaa, than wlum
there lb not h more enthusiastic an'
owner. In Hawaii, has piiruiasi-d a l
h. p. ThomaR Flyer, and some of the
big Island records are going to be
broken when the popular manager
ets going In his powerful machine.
Hughes and Schoenlng hae pur
chased a Stoddard Dayton landnulet
from the Mm Hamm-Young garnge
una intend using the iar In tho rent
sertce llie machine, is a beauty and
the finishings aro something to mar
vel nt: speaking tubes and other novel
features are Installed and the car Is
right up to date.
Manager Seymour Hall ot tho As
sociated Garage Is delighted with the
way th" Hudson Twenty came through
'lie. r,;0 miles no-stop englno run, The
et was most satisfactory, and there
van not llio slightest plllkla during
ho urn. Tho Hudson Twenty Is sell
ng very fast nnd lots of people who
ooked iiKin nutonioblles ns being toe.
expenlo to buy and keep, hao gone
In fur thu low -priced machines.
Shipments of Iludsons are nrrlvltrg
regularly, and In all twenty the tin
chines have been ordered from the
Const. Mr. Odvll, thu expert who
makes somo wonderful runs on the
Islands of tho group, will probably go
over to Kauai again In thu near future
He will tuke cither a Klssel-Kar or a
Chalmers-Detroit with hltn and wilt
how the hill climbing capabilities of
theBe two popular machines.
Tho Schumnn garage retched scv
erul new cars by the last steamer from
tho Coast, and n beautiful locomobile
was among tbo number. These cars
ire built like, a walch, and run like
ono, too. There Is always a demand
ror the Locomobiles and the owners
all swear by their cars.
Tho Vllle is another car handled b
the Schumaii gaiugo, and It Is much
admired by icoplo who like, a high
class medium priced machine. There
have been many Inquiries about the
Flanders uutomobllo and thu car Is
expected to have a great salu In Hono
lulu. Doing a low-priced cur, but still
built of the best material, it Is sure to
catch on In this city.
Tho (Kipular H. M, F. Is going Just as
strong ns ocr, und It is remarkable
tho number of those machines that
nio to be seen all oer the group
They aro found In somo of the most
oiit-of-tho way spots and they all glvo
the best posslblo sen Ice. to their own
er?. Tho sales manager of tho now Owen
Motor Car Company of Detroit is to
bu F. It. Hump, who in a similar capac
ity haB for tho past six years been con
nected with the II. II. Franklin Manu
facturing Company of Syracuse. Ho
will tnko up his work with the Do
trolt company nt once.
Thu Owen company takes Its namo
from llalph Owen, who is Its general
manager and Is tho designer of tho
cur which thu company will make. In
point of experleuco Mr. Owen Is ono
of thu oldest men In thu autnmobllo
Mr. Hump likewise has long been
Hawaiian Opera Housed
TONIGHT, FRIDAY AND - I
Special Matinee Saturday Aiternoon
Prices .75c., 50o.. Ids
Matinee Prices 50c., 25eJI
Seats can be had at Bergstroa
Fort Street Below Beretania-
THE MELNOTTE SISTERS
6s., 10c, 15c.
Corner Nnuanu and Fauahi Streets j
MISS BEATTIE GALARDI
MISS ETHEL LESLIE
HOTEL STREET "
The Indian Muscle Dancer '
Returning frnm Turn Vnr' T.a.
gagement in China and Russia l
Premier Pianist of the Far East
I The Henry McRae ; I
I "In The Bishop's I
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We Invite Inspection
Jack Scully, Proprietor
"We're All the Fashion" .. 4
If you want to spring a joke on '
vour friend, hrinp- him nn to the 'H
Hrnhpiim KaIaaii ":
v a BsiwMssa,, twawaa
Wine and Liquor Dealer
THOS. F. MCTIOHE & CO..
101 and 105 King Street
P. 0. Box 7S5
Phone Main 140
Interested In uutomobllo enterprises. ,
After graduation from Cornell Unl- '
terslty he wus In the bicycle business,
being three )cars with thu Waltluiru I
Mflllllfurtllrlne nnninnnv tlinn tiiftlrltu-'
the Orient tlcjcle and Introducing
somo earlier forms of motorcycles.
Luter ho had clmrgo ot tho bicycle
business of the Davis Sewing Machine
Company of Da) ton, Ohio, maker ot;
tho Da) tou wheel. ;
In tho run or 1004 hu went to tho';
Franklin automobile factory In S)ra-J;
cllse US Iissfstnnt willm liintinimr? nV
year later he became sales manager,'.
ami hu has remained as such evor,
since. Willi the Owen company ha
will have fill charge of sales.
Upon the announcement by him otj
his Intention or leuylng 8)racuso i
banquet In his honor was ghen at tho
Yutes Hotel l tho Itetall Automobile
Dealers' Association of that city, otj
which hu has been a director. Tho
presiding officer on that occasion. wniK
O. A. llt'iijumln, who had been htaV
predecessor us sules manager of tho J
Franklin company, Practically tlie'eh-'
tire membership of tho association at
tended lo wish him success In his i
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