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evening noaetiN, itoNoi.tJLti; T. It., 9ATtmOAY, ttiur. 18. 1910.
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I !! aad National 1
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
i Tho honor of scttlni; tho chimplon
(ship record for 10 mile In tho 301 to
AuAIN " ,,""cj ow" ti,c ,inic frm 8:o8
I Onl two nccldcnts marred tho day's
aks .Records in Mnemon Machine ',ort nni1 ln n'Uhcr of them wns an
One Mile in 35.0 Seconds. ,mo inJreil, tlioiiKh llnrroun had tho
iiinrronost cscapo from death that ho
,ln sloshing races at tho liidl.manolls hart eer experienced. His Marmon
S?i:cday new rccoidn were set for , "P- "n lch lie so brilliantly
ini national cuamplonslilp In tlio slock """ K"v -vv ""ll rnc oniiiruajr, uursi
car clauses, which will ho contested n "ro '""' hurled Itself on tho cement
nnhtialh: Uarnei Ohlilelil wlih iiin1 wall tint guards the margin of the
bij Donz. hrolio tho Aincrlcin speed j track
bvay records for tho 111II0 and tho Kilo ' "e pWcd himself iin unhurt, but his
meter, and Itaj Hanoiin. drhlne n wasp was u in trl of steel. It was only
IJInrmon, topped tho tlnio for 00 miles partial consolation for his loss when
for cars at 231 to 300 cubic Inches 1' " Whcelock lco president of tho
VlBton displacement, jnjn an cxclnngo.SpccIny company, leading him before
or June Cth. tno tlmingeil grandstand presented
M ntdflr.t.1 nut lti mltn unn. nn.i Mm with tlin 210.000 slHpr trnnhv
' .!. fuM t .li r .. . .In. i.l n nhnnl. t n 41 AAA . t.tnl. l.n u n..
luunu IIUI11 ou Hill UJ OU U blCOUUU Will '"" ' -.iv-t i ft vu-v, ntiivii iiu nw.
tho kilometer record from 23 7 to 21 43
seconds, Ho,mad2 yiq former records
on tno ixis Angeles track
In a wonderfully sustained dash
throughout tho CO mile raco Harrcun
easily led his rhaln and was nhe,Jd of
tno record at so and 40 miles and the
finish. Ills rime was 42 41 'I ho for-
rner record, which was II 48, Harromi
himself had set at Atlanta.
' Caleb Bragg, tho Cincinnati amateur.
with his Flat wob tho third star of tho
'day's triumphs. lie won two 10 mile
and ono five mllo free for nil race and
Iliad to put up a hard fight for each of
them with Klrscher In n Darracn
V. For the nntlonnl rhfimiilntiHhltw llm
drivers battled with all their skill, forc
ing their engines to thu limit of their
j&Ij. Chevrolet In a llulck, winning the
.auiiu cnampionsnip ror 10 milea, set
tho record down to 9.03 from 9 46 and
Dawson (Marmon) w resting from liar-
'joun tho victory In tiiq 231 to 300 class
for fte miles, nut a new mark at I II-
T anAnmla liAllna llinn ilin nl,l lltitn
ffcoidflcld in a Knox won both the five
and ten mllo championships In tho 451
tf'iGOO class, which Included the high
est powered cars recognized under the
stock car racing rules. Leading nil tho
way, Oldfleld rut down the record for
firs miles from 1:03 to 1:01,
In the ZOO mllo race
Tho second accident of tho day oc
curred In the flvo mile freo for nil,
when Klroher's, Dirrarq cast high In
tho air one of Its front tires
VOR 11IK CVY.lUtV
Captain Jenkins, of tho rifth Cav
alry Is back from nn Inspection tour
on Hawaii Ho nrrhed this morning
by tho steamer Maunn Kea, nftcr
making a tour of thn big Island
rnnches wherd ho, In company with
Captain Day of the snmo organization,
looked into tho fitness of a number
of horses offered for sale bv breeders
there. It is expected that the quar
termaster's department will pur
chase .some thirty head of nnimals
jirpijdcd they come up to tho rigid
standard set by tho military board.
PUNAH0U STUDENTS M
Fine Game of Ball at Alexander
I Field Yesterday No Score Till
Oahu Collcgo present day students
dcteateu, the Alumni team jestcrday
at tho Alexander Held by a scoro of 3
to 1, and great was tho rejoicing of
the school boys. Up to tho end ol
tho fourth Inning, there was no scoro
b cither side, and tho gamo wns a
beauty. In tho first half of the fifth
Inning, tho Collcgo piled up two runs
and ngnln n the scicnth they rqado
one. Tho Alumni got ono man homo
In tho second halt of the ninth, and
thaf wast all tho scoring dono during
Charlie Aklna mado a peach of n
I home run In tho setcnlh Inning for
the Collcgo liojs, and tho hit was a
tremendous one. Mackcnzlo scored n
run In tho fifth, and Hind shortly
afterwards repeated tho trick In tho
Tho solitary run made by tho Alum
nl was credited to Watcrhouso, who
was. forced homo from third when
Hooks walked A. Marolllno, through
balking. Krnnk Hooks mado a flno
running catch In tho sixth and re
tired Ilex Hitchcock: Judd nlso got
Hex; by n flno catch In the ninth.
The scoro by Innings and tho lino
mm of both teams follow:
Colirgn 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 03
Alumni O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
College O Hind, c; Ilex Hitchcock,
Pi nllly Hoogs, 3b and p; Humphries,
lb; Aklna Sb; C. Hoogs, bh; Desha,
cf: Podmoro, If; Mackenzie, rf; Han
.A.lumnl Wlnne, c; Al .Castle, p;
Marcalllno, lb; Frank Hoogs, 2b; No
well, ss; C. Cxjqkjivbj McCorrlston,
rf nnd ss; J. Watcrhousc, cf; 8. Ken
nedy, If; Judd, rf. .
EIMTOH K1.N5EY MOULD
t;..j iii ijT-nsr
Tho von Hamm.Young Clnrngo io- nnd as fast as the factory can turn
ports a very busy week, nnd burl- "ief out they are being delivered
ncss ns brisk at all their ngeu-lcs. ,0 tno P00''10 wno "U8ht them to
K. K. Dodge, manager of the guagu. nrr,vc' TllCM t,,r,, are ""'"hed "
Is still away on Hawaii nnd he Ins ,lll 8lle nBd tl,c "o thcy o Is
been doing" g-rcat buslnojs on tne mg "'' wormy of a much higher pi Iced
Island. A wlrclcrs has been rccclv- "uthln!- ' '
ed from him stating that he has wild
threo cars within (he Inst few das. '10" of tIle Astoclatcd Oarage
An Overland, a llulck and a Cadillac wl" tM,t "l hla taxlcabs In the near
Houring car wcio tho ones that fu,ul. "n,l th0" Honolulu folk will
Dodge sold to residents of Hawaii. bo B,,l lo .dllve ,',' 0VSr lown n'"'
On Mnu tho von Hamm-Young ,,ilJ' Jll8t what lh!y ow exact'-,
agency, which Is managed by Mr, I J;
Schoenlug when ho happens to bo on JVr' c?oko ' ulsposlng of his big
tho Valley Island, reports Hint sales!1 "lR1,r" car .amV,s uuJIdb a new
are being mndo all tho time. Carl
Wnldojer of Lahnlnn 'purchased n
Cadillac last week, and tho car has
been doing great work ncr the
roads to nnd from Wnlluku,
An Overland runabout has also
been sold by Schocnlng to a prom
inent Maul business man. Tho
dvcrland car Is making a fine Im
pression all ot cr tho croim. and
many people are selling other cars
and buying one of the Oor!nnds.
The headquarters staff has told a
Stoddard Da) ton to a Maul man anu
it was Bhlppcd to him durli g the
week. Tho Hawaiian Dcelopmnnt
Co. nlfo bought a demt-touncaii Ca
dllta; from tho on Hamm-Young
people, m.d It will bo seen around
among tho fruit plantations,
nOSTON, May 19 Word was re
celled hero tonight that tho Ilostou
bound steamer C) merle, with n cargo
of Kast Indian merchandise) valued at
more than a million dollars. Is ashore
at ColomlK), Co j Ion. Tho Cymcrlc is
of 4,000 tons and nailed from Cal
cutta for Uoston, April 2Slh,
Henry Wadsworth Kinney, tho
newspaperman and author who now
guides tho destines of the llllo Trib
une through journalism's troubled
seas, Is In lino for the Supervlsorship
of his district on Hawaii. Editor Kin
ney Is among a number of Democrat
ic candidates from North and South
llllo who are willing to sacrifice
themsohes al tho nltnr, of political
Mr. Tnft Is to bo congratulated on
the fact that the Dalllngcr Inquiry
Is ncarlng an end.
Manager Halt of tho Associated
Oarago announces that his expert
tire man, V, V. Newell, l8 ready to
undertake any kind of repair work.
The expert has a complete new out
fit, and the machinery thnt hns been
Installed Is right up to dato and
ready to fit any Job.
The Chalmers Detroit cars arc, as
usual, attracting n lot of attention,
and now that "Hilly" Knlppcr has
won two events nt tho Drldgcport
hlll-cllmblng contest at Snako Hill.
Fairfield, Conn., much Interest is
taken In tho feat.
In a Chalmers, Knlppcr coiercd
the (even-tenths of n mile course In
1 mln. 8 3-4 sec, and tho ovent for
1911 model of Ihe'samo make.
Down at Schumnn's tho tale of the
B. M. K.i Ixxomobllo. Font. Mil.
I'choll and Ffanricrs car is spreading
oui into n throe.volume edition. Tho
demand for tho now model Mitchell
Is becoming greater every day, and
tho popular car Is being sold to ar
rive some months before tho factory
can fll tho orders.
Several E. M. Fs. and Fords are
expected on tho Sierra on Juno 24,
and they have all been told to ar
rive. Six Mitchells are nlso on tho
way from tho factory, and they are
of tho now 1911 model.
Tho Flanders demonstrating car
Is attracting a lot of attention and
these low-prlco machines are being
Inquired about a lot. Many pcoplo
who could not afford a high-priced
car find that the Flanders Is just a
small edition of tho higher-priced
ones, and that tho little machine
cm: do wonderful work ovor any
kind of roads.
Tho eicr-popular E. M. F. Is go
ing strong, and there are probably
as many of theso cars to be seen all
over the Islands as any other make.
The I.ocomolillc car Is another
beauty that Is handled by tho
Schumnn Garage, and these cele
brated automobiles are noted for
their smooth running capabilities.
two .Cadillac cars mounted with
rapid flro giil s.
For toicrnl jean Major DaVId'
on, commandant of the Northwest'
crn Military Academy, of Chicago,
has been Interested In motor tars
and tholr arfiptablllty, to military
use. Ho has rclzed upon the Gild
den (our ns the opportunity for n
prncjlcal icmonstrntlnn. So he will
have, his luil'con deitrohg battery
In tho tour. Tho' battery consists
of two pulllhc tars equipped wltn
inpld flro guns, and the cars will
be mahnpd by crows of cadets from
It Is Major Davidson's idea not
only to Interest nntlonnl guardsmen
along tho route, but to innkq n re
port to the War Department as" to
Hie fen'slblllty of adopth g tho nuto-
mobllo In tho nrmy for tiso In war
as a destroyer of the enemy's bat.
loons or other atrial war ernft. To
carry out his plans It was ncces
Fnry for him to tccuro sanction from
the Governors of the various Stntca
to take hln armament within their
I MHgaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaijsm i
The Ollddcn tour, whlcti, started
from Clnrlnnnll. .Innn in. will linvn
12000 to $3000 cars was nlso won 'a fraiuro entirely unique In tho bis-
In 1 mln. 18 sec. Rankin, driving tory of Ulldden tours,
another Chalmers, took second In In effect this will bo a military
tho free-for-all. These performances cs ort, nnd It Is made potslbto by
are something to bo proud of, as tho. reason of tho fact that tho Govern
grade climbed was1 n secro one. or of each State through which tho
The over-popular Hudson Twenty .Ollddcn route lies fins granted offl-
Is going strong In tho Rales llt.o, ' cJal permission for tho passage or
Miss Asplnwall, 'The Montana Girl."
Mlss Asplnwall, "Th Montana
Girl" who Is closing an ongagement
nt tho Emplro Tlicatrq tills week will
leave on tho Wllho'mlnn next Wodnes
day, Bho snyn ns she, prepares to
leao tho Islands thnt this Is the finest
country that sho his ocr lsltcd In
all her tr.-nqls nnd that sho wishes to
echo Mark Twain's beautiful tribute
?f NIL Witt BE,
Forty-one thousand dollars Is tho
prlco paid to J. 11. Castle by U L. Mc'
Candtcss for between flvo nnd six
hubdrtd acres of land at Wnlkano
nnd Walaholo, in order that watef
may bo brought from tho windward
sldo of Oahu to tho sugar plantations
on tho leeward sldo by tunneling'
through solid mountain. -'
The deal has been on the tnpbi for
snrrfe tlmo but final steps for trans'
fcrrlng tho land wcro taken yestor-!
day and now n survey will bo mado to
see Just where tho tunnel of between
tnrco and n halt to four miles long'
will bo put through.
It Is estimated that the cost of put
ting In the tunnel nnd bringing tho'
water from the McCandlcss lands to
tho sugar estate of Oahu Sugar Com
pany will bo In tho neighborhood ot
S7S0.000, tho water being carried li
total dtstanco of eight miles, 'from tho
other sldo of the mountains.
This work will bo n permanent ac
complhhmcnt and tho tupnol and
pipes will last practically forever.
Men are now nt work cuttlnga
trail over Koolau mountains prepar
atory to a final survey for the loca
tion of tho tunnel and work will bo
commenced In the near futu'ro on
what will bo the largest engineering'
and- Irrigation fent attempted In Hawaii.
As fie hour approached for tho
opening of tho Alumni day exercises
at Oahu Collogo yesterday aftornoon
the weather looked quite threatening
but a little nftor 4 tho skies bright
ened up and tho Hawaiian band got
In and completely cleared tho atmos
phere. Tho meeting was caltcd to'
order by President Ilawllns.
Mrs Vcnvcr, a graduate," gave a
most Interesting resume of collcgo
remembrances. They were tb'fd In a',
way- that brought mnny peals ot
laughter from her listener. '
Af(cr tho business meeting re-frcshm-nts
30-35 h.p., 4 cyl, 3 speed and
reverse, selective transmission,
1302 in. wheel base, ' 32-incK
wheels all round, magneto and
battery ignition. Price, full
equipped with top, , automatic
wind shield,- lamps, heafcd-lights
and generator, wheel-jack and
tools, $1350, delivered ready
for use in Honolulu. Single;
rumble, or surrey Seats same
price;' making two, three or four
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"Silent as the Foot of Time"
30-35 h.p., 4 cyl., 3 speed .arid reverse;
selective1 'transmission,, 112 in. yrherf
Base, 34-inch wheels allround, magneto
and battery ignitipn. Price, full equipr
ped with top; automatic wind; shield,
lamps, .headlights arid., prestolite ta'rik,
wheel-jack and tools, $1650, delivered
ready for use in' Honolulu; 5 passenger
touring or 4 passenger toy tonneau
50, h.p., 6 cyl., 3 speed and re
verse, selective transmission,
130-in. wheel base 36-inch
wheels all rojind, magneto' and
battery ignition.. . Price, full
equipped with . to automatic
wind shield, lamps, head-lights
and prfestolite, wheel-jack and
tools, . $2450, delivered ready
for, use in Honolulu. Equipped
with 7 passenger body.
Very Powerful and Silent, Easy Riding, Smooth Running.
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