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EVENING nUU.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II. SVTIMIDAY, OCT. 1, 1910.
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Pride in the
GAME IS BOOMING
ALONG WELL NOW
Now Courts lo Bo Opened To
dny Manoa Night Tourna-
' ineht Starts Up On Wednes
Tlioro la something tlolng In thn ton
ii t:i Hnn for nliru nuw ntul, lit tho Mo
ulin llnli'l tliln nltcrnnou, pomo good
Belli Will to Hl'Oll Wllell tllO best doll-
bin players In Hawaii get togi'tlii'r. If
tlio rain ImIIiIh off. Micro will surely bo
u crowd out nt tlio now courts tills af
ternoon. Tlicu on Wednesday evening next,
the Munim Vulley Tennis Club will be
'gin their night tournament und us ull
tlio players will Blurt from scratch
tlioro should ho some line tennis seen
during the week. It Is an nil comors
iilfalf, ntul there will bo men's slu
liU'j, men's doubles and mixed
Knch match will consist of ton
guinea and, .should both contesting
)iulr win live games each, then It will
rosolvo Itself Into n deuco set, as
usual. It Is thought that this nr
ruugemtnt will expedite the affair and
Eiistalu tho Interest In tho play.
The entry lists nro now open at K.
O. Hull & Sons, and nt noon on Tues
day they will close. It Is expected
that u largo number of players will
cuter for all tho events. Tho en
tinucu Ico for tho singles Is ono dot-'
lar and for the doubles two dollars
per team. . -
Only ono court can be used' for
nlglit play nt present, and that Is the
reason that tho number of sets has
been reduced to tho least possible
number In each match. Tho ilnnls
will bo for two sets out of three, and
that should bo satisfactory to every
body. The Munon people linvo extended n
general Invitation to nil lovers of ten
nis, and the committee In charge of
tho affair will bo delighted to sea ns
ninny present each ovenlng ns pos
sible Tiny will begin nt 7:30 on Wed
nesday ovenlng and by that tlmo thorn
U. C. Senile of Honolim Itnncli,
Maul, took dollvcry this week of n
Hudson roadster tank car. Mr.
Senrlo already owns a Chnlmors tour-
lug car, but, following tho practise
of many busy men, ho wants tho
Hudson roadster for quick nil-round
"Tho Iludrcn Is growing moro In
favor every day," says Manngor Hall
of the Associated Oarage, "flood nt
tho start, they nro better now than
ever. III Soptombor tho Hudson had
n housewarnilng by moving Into Its
spacious new ' $!iu0,o00 factory
building. In this fat lory tho execu
tives have seon to It that only tho
latest and most npproved labor-saving
machinery was Instnlled, which
will undoubtedly bo shown In tho
"Wo hqard by cable yestorday,"
raid Mr. Hall, "that tho llret two
mil 48-iwrscpowor Plerco-Arrows
left the factory and nro duo to nr
rlvo about tho mlddlo of Ortobor.
Ono of tlieso superb cars-Is for Mr,
Kranels Oav of Kauai, who' made
choice nf u Plorce;Arroi" after n tour
Im Iho mainland, n which', hoj.thor
ninthly Investigated allnJakeBJ'
It Is slated that thV adoption 61
n longer strnko In tlio always re
markably offlclent stx-cyllndcr motor
has materially Increased tho power
In regard to Chnlmers rnrs, the
.publle Is commencing to bIiow Ub
appreciation of tills remarkable car
which has ro many laurels to its
rredlt. At this early stngo In tho
1911 reason, the Associated flarago
him found It necessary to practical,
ly double Its original factory order
in order to! moet tho lofctl demand.
l.Jf of llsUirlglnnl order Is already
placed Willi local peoplo, nnd new
Inquiries nip coming In every week.
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t n u st it u n u it :: ti i: n t: ti ti :t
tt COMING CVENTO. M
:i Fecrei.ulen ninl malingers of K
" nllilct Ic c.lulis nrc Invited tn send :;
II In tin) dates of nny uvouta which II
11 Inoy limy bo getting up, (or In- IS
11 portion under Iho above bond. 11
11 Address nil riinitniitilciitlniiH tn 11
tl the' Snorting IMitor, II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n. It
9. If. S. M. VS. .1. A. C.
!. C. A. C. vn. I'. A. C.
9. Ar.shls vs. l'al.ima.i.
!. Mil llcclu vs. C.
a. c. i:
11 .Irs. 11
It Golf. 11
Oct. 23. Four Hull, Foursome. II. 11
It (1. C, Monnalna. 11
11 ' Cricket. II
iroct. 1. Match. t:
:JV Tennis. It
11 Oct, 1. Opening of MOANA It
:: courts. it
It Oct. (!. Mnnon Klectric Light 11
It .Tournament. It
11 Sailing. tt
tt Oct. 9.-Wron Itaco. It
11 Running. tt
It Oct. 10. Knoo vs. JacIiRon. It
tt :t tt n tt tt :i tt it :i tt tt tt tt tt tt ti
should bo n big crowd present. It
Is very pleasant to sit around thn
coutt, MiioUe u pipe, and watch thn
tt tt. tl
DOTS AND DASHES.
Tlioro will be a cricket match this
afternoon nt the Maklkl field, and In
It the Bailors from tho Drltlsh ships
In port will tncklo tho Honolulu
Cricket Club. Captain Kelly of tho
Andrew Welch will be on hand, and
ns the gallant skipper always Is on
the lookout for a strike with tho bat,
he will no doubt make a few runs
before being disposed of.
There will be two games of base-' nolulu he. will nnd that at least
hall tomorrow morning at Aala1 three men nro icady to have a go at
Turk. Tho Japanese lenmio will ' n Corinln Hayes Is training hard,
provide tho sport, nnd tho Hrsti and ns he Is a good iiiiiii over flf
spasm will be between the Y. M. II. teen miles he will doubtless get n
A. nnd tlio Tailor outnt. Tho sec- match with tho soldier. Jn'-kson
oiid gnmo will bo put up by the Jap- sizes It up that If Knoo Is beaten on
aneso High School nnd tho Tcngti October 10 It should bo Jackson
Club nine. i whom King should go up against
j nrst. However, as It was Kaoo who
Iloxlng Show Promoter E. J. ixvo nrrt got Into touch with King. Jack
Is still looking out for good mate, son will have to wait, or elso maty
rial to engago for tlio squared clr- throo-cornorod affair of tho rnce.
cle. Joe MrCIurn la willing to take Tho Jackpon-Kaco rnco will predi
on nnyono, but Jim Hoao Is thought ably be pulled off nt tho league
to bo too green to tackle such a sea- grounds, und, ns an added attraction,
roned veteran ns McOurn has proved a basohall game between Alea and
hlmreir to bo In tho ring.
Although tho first two 1911 dial-
mors which arrived about tho first
of the mouth wero to bo used for
demonstrators, they had to bo, let go
weeks before their arrival ono In
Honolulu and ono on Kauai.
"While I am pleased, of course,
Hint tho Supremo Court of New
York should have sustained tho de
cision of the contest board of the
American Automobile Association In
awarding iho midden trophy for
1910 to tho Chalmers Motor Com
pany, I seo In Justice Putnam's
opinion an even moro Important
plmco of tho matter," Bays Seymour
Hall, manager of tho Associated Oa
rnge. Ltd., 'local representative of
tho Chalmers Motor Company.
"It would, have been no disgrace
to tho Chalmers Motor Company not
to havo won tho Glldden trophy n
competition with enrs soiling as high
as jar.OO. Tho Chalmers '30' has
won many events culling for tho
greatest amount of stamina n tho
'.winning car, Tho victory In the
(Hidden tour Is hut ono victory out
of many, for 'Chalmers curs, but In
the court nctloii torestraln tho con
test board from; delivering tlio Olid'
den trophy to tho Chalmers company
was Involved a higher principle than
the moro winning of any ovont, nn
matter how Important that event
"Ab Justlro Putnam Bays In Ills
opinion, 'to rhnnge tho ruling which
has always hold In sporting ovonts,
disregard the decision of n Bport
governing body such us tho rontost
board and hear the loser. In a court,
would Imporll tho spirit nnd Inter
est of, nil. such cnutohts.' .Hail Jus-
tl'co Puinnm'suRtiilned tho Injunction
ncrninsi thn American -Automobile
l.A.ssiicla'tloh'fiilPheld' 'thV r.tlddan
tron iv in litigation, uiu i"
Jackson Running Weil
Down al Boys' Field
Kaoo Training on Road and
Showing Great FormCon
nie Hayes on Track Also
King Will Meet Men.
Xlgcl Jackson Is taking Ms com
ing rnro with Al.timo Kanci very so.
ilously, nud tho Marathon Kid Is
doing rome great training stunts
down nt tho Hoys' l'leld, whole he,
Connie llnyes ami Paddy Wnlsh arc
to bo reon every afternoon. Jack
ron covered twelve miles yesterday
In Rool time, mid he Is feeling ns
nt us the proverbial fiddle. '
Paddy WalBli Is an old hand at
'tho long-distance running game, and
ho Is determined that ho will get
Jnckson Into the pink or condition
for his fifteen -mile rnco with Knoo,
Tlio vetornn trainer Is paying partic
ular attention to Jackson's wind,
nud It won't bo 1'addy's fnult IT
Nigel's bellows are not In the best
PRSrlhlo condition on October IC.
Kaoo Is doing most of his work
on the loads, nud he needs but lit
tle hard training lo mnko him very
nt, Tho old Wnlnlita llorso does a
trot down lo Wnlalun every few
days and, besides that "sprint," does
a dozen or so miles every evening.
When Soldier King arrives In Ho-
Walp.ihu Is being spoken of.
would have been the demoralization
of endurance contests under tho
American Automobile Association.
Ho would then havo established ii'
precedent which would hnvo madol
all manufacturers hesitate to enter
.1 contest, the ouKome of which
might bo In litigation beyond tho
period during which tho winner Is
pormlttod to hold tho trophy.
"As It Is, Justice Putnam's deci
sion perpetuates the sporting char
actor which always attended the
(Hidden tour. He has put the seal
of Judicial upproval on the opinion
which has always been hold by nil
uutomohlle manufacturers, until tho
recent cuntrovuisy, that the contest
board of tho American Automobile
Association Is tho supremo power In
automobile contests of nil kinds. Jus
tice Putnam .wlwily considers .that
tho contest Jioarii Is composed of ox-
ports who arc best quii.lMlcd to make
decisions bf such a highly technical
nature us are all decisions relative
ton motor content. Ills nttltudo hnfl
fully cstalVshed tho .authority or
th? American Automobile ', Associa
tion und tho permanency' of tlio
(Hidden tour. rf .,'
''This fhet I consider even moio
Iniuoitant limn the Until awarding or
tho 1910 (Hidden trophy to tho Chal
mers '30,' though, lif course, I can
but feel elated that tho car which I
roll should havo been so successful
In competition with enrs ranging
much lilghor In price.
Tho vii! Hnnuu-YoutiK Comp.inv re
port thivo future orders for Cadillacs
to bo delivered out of the nexl tdilp
nirnt f i om tlio Coast, which Ii duo
horn very shor'ty. TIipisu cars sllll
conliiib grnaf favojjtOM'iitril Hlllljiiulu-,
lain llll'ir previous repuianun m v
upkrop .is the following, advlcos from
Petrol! will show:
Tho statement sometimes nude Hit
an automobile. Is nocmsarlly nn ex-
pensive possession to maintain meet'
a striking refutation In the flguro.t ob
talncd In soverMV-'i'1'' of the enmity,1
on tin. cost of nliitnliilnlii" Cadillacs,
Tho story lohl by these ng'ires on "''"'I" '" '""" " " Imniltirul H
f.,nn ..... i- i.- i, I''" ""! roev t-uiinlng abilities. It
v.,.i,,i,..w villi ,- u, i, .-! tin ii, in.
smallnesn ol the sums rhown to havi
been paid out In repairs, and puts
qiilto a different f.iru on n matter
which has lerelvel much (llsc.usr.l'm
In the last few weeks.
Itccords woro obtained Invarior. .
parts of the count i y of (ho repairs re
quited by Cadillac owners. In Now
York, for instance, thla record was ob
tained from 75 owners. Tlia aggre
gate mileage for these J." cars. In tho
cvny-day goings und coiiilnt, was
308.SS-I miles. The tottil repilrs expense-
of tho 7." cir for thU gieai
mileage was $."n.21, uu morale ef only
71 cents per cur for the kcimki.
Tlio recnnls nt Davton. Ohio, rl.ow
n repair cost even lower. In that .Mty
M Cadillac nwneis ilio.o their r.crs
108,580 miles, nnd the sum total. spent
by the fifty for repairs Waa hut $;.7I.
so that tho averago per cni for the
season Is down to tha surprising fig
ure of 12 rents.
Sixty-six Cadillac iiors In Indlon
nimlls diovo 252.509 miles and' siicnl
$71.H0 for lopairs, or nn averago of
$1'.08 per car.
Ilediiclng tlio llgures to n goneral
uvorago It Is found that 119 cents cov
ered the cxiionsc for each cur for the
sonrnn, or less than 10 cents for eath
thousand miles for each of tjio 191
cars, which were drlien n totnl of
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Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
Exclusive Agents for the Territory .
The 1811 models of tho' I.nronin. i
bllu enr nro expo ted to reach the.
exiin tid t,i Ve.lrh tlin
Schu'iian garage next vock, and1
then Ihere will be n rush to get hold
of .all llii''-iniirhliit'.(Jullli&XCP0t
already licen be'lioSeil. The I.ocO'
Is a very haiidxome tar. nnd tho
antes never fall to attract' attention
iil the tiavel around the city. One ,,0(1 ,, wflr;t ,iy tll0 voll ia.
or tliere cars should cumeJilqifK "i; Young Comniny tn'.Mr. II. C. Fiw
iho VvMlliolmlMn iievl Tiieaimi nnd i
ll.n l,..lin n .ll l.'n o iMT'urM taint. I
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in r."'iu luiiinim. linn iuw n.ij . ,vu-,
pie iniiuli.e for tlieso machines Is a
sign of hrw ie' they nro liked by.i
tho men who are at picfeut using
The Sthuman curate Is n .'oneOf
acthltv ''I 'he time, nud the-repair
shops' ii. e :.c;it biiv from yepck 'to
week. An expert slair ..r itMinn)es
l.nlwn?i afwork. and the best kind
The 19'. 1 Oveilau.l
w'k ami i limvs
up ns -tinr of the!
f.tnuilnul mii'ill run nt ttni flnif-iin 'II
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Is ,l!ie first' car i.( thin pi'ikr Villh Hi". M(.i0,.a(i Was an easy llrst. Ily this
tin-on uiii.ml ' t ,-riMtf iiilu-lnn in nrrlvo'
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here, Tho Ovflrluiul Is on.o of Iho
most powerful unill ot.h built nnd
Is attracting u great denl' rf uttnii
Hon both In the Isj,ids mid on the
Iho Kamlilei- car la one l.iai is
handled by II. A. Winter, ami It is
well known In this Ity.
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GUARANTEED UNDER NATIONAL PURE FOOD ACT.
Americas Finest production
; I-ovejoy & Co., Sole Agents
is the common sentiment of ;
the man who sells it, the man
who buys it, and the typist
who operates it.
Remington Salesman, Reming
ton Owner, and Remington
Operator all share in this
pride, which comes natuially
from association and identifi
Is remarkably low, considering tho
workmnushlp that Is put Into tho
car, nud Iho ninny people who havo
gone 111 for 111" Hnmlilcr'iiiaEiY'nra
very pleased 'wltlc If.
The von Hhihiii.Yoii.ib Comncil.i'r--
iHiits the sat'' ef.
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k roaiUtor Ui'JII ll". '(f.
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coiiiiiu or i;
, Mn';nll toiirlna car" liai Iimi
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loiutg iiimpajiy, rniurii iu - -,""1
Kami o:n Maxwell iiMitHti to Mr
- . N. Ur.mli.
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Hnleied In tour ewnts. of which ho
won (lint placa In ttirco nun wiwiniru
ither, Is tlio record of Mian
I, n.i nmateiir automobile en-
tint.. .; i D.-invlllo. lis.. In the .Now-
l'f '' ' Unb rerwilljr. Mr. Mel onald
ii Danville, Ills., In the New-
events to wlilcil It wa3 eiigiui
I tho free-for-all. In tlio contest lor tho
"l.nlincilil,, Jriur.lill II ITiltllinn IrilllllV.
, wno.l nnd driven by
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iletory lie becomes the permanent
owner of tbr Cunno'.i cup, having also
won the snuin event last year. Ill this
event there wero live KturteiK? Mc
Donald' lime was 20 seconds.
In another event open tn block
chassis of ciir.i at $2000 to 30O, q-
Donald again won In 20 seconds In a
Held of three. The tiophy was u Bllver
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lianvlllo Automobile Club cup open
ram owned and driven by residents
of lianvlllo, McDonald was again fiS:
winner liy tills tlmo his I lino" In
I ni'cotlutlng Iho hill seemed to have
lofomo i' hulilt, Jils third victory
,l!?. "f-'i'S .won-ln-2socoiid. ,
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J'"'',nliu,J w"1' tl10 ''r-'oE
Though lie reduced his tlmo to.23
seionds, ho finished ihlrd, the ei
- i in; iii'iriu vriii
c'nti'ieil by, Mr.'
being won I" n 0 II. P. Stearnr.?
vl(h'a O'O II. P.' Palmer-Singer Be?';fl
In tho innttcr of tlmo is; tho best I
dlcutlon of tho elllclenoy of, both the
aiiilmers "Korly" nnd lis youthfuld
Two ApiKMson Jackrnbblt cars fin
lftlie-1 first and second In 'tho 200-nilleT
race of iho Cheyenne moot last Tues
day . I
Tho winning rar wns driven by Hall
nnd averaged 67.39 iiiIIim ier hoiicojJs'
(1unco Jla w
wns lofreu io sio!vm
minutes to rhaugtt
Ins tho other Apf
l'Pirim nnd llnlshlng second, averaged)
sixty miles per hour, Iloth tho carl
ended' tho race In Una shnpo. Amouli
tlio cars defeated wero the Thoma-j
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'-n Imrfd'ower Vnnderbllt rarer. mf
Mary was taken to tho fair grounds!
wbeiu she saw u trolling race, th
horses, being hitched in the u-uial tw
VlH 1 3
wreelert su Miles, "linn t - the!' ki
fast!" she was asked. "Yes," sal
Mary, "but If tho wagons had four) tg
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