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RVBN1N0 tltJU.KTlN. HONOMJM'. T, II.. MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1910.
Hardware, ToJs, PaLts and , Oils, Stoves, '
Household Goods Sporting Goods,
Bicycles, and Firearms
We have "'hat yoa want, nnJ wc want you to have it. Call up
. E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.,
PHONE 18S0 .
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sowall & Co., Bath, .Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
lORINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuman Clock Co. '
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
Why Don't'You Use a
Highest in Quality Lowest in Cost
the Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINE3 AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF .CONNOISSEUHI
Wt deliver to oil parts of the city twice dtily.
it '. " FAMILY TRADE. A SPECIALTY
' ' WE GUARANTEE OUR GOOD!
A Satisfying Lunch r
i!s With Your Class of Beer ' '
A large, firm, juicy,
fibroiiSj that retains,
Palm Home-Made Chocolates
Are different. How?
Because nijide to touch the taste of the most tasty. Never
too sweet, too soft or too h'ghly flavored. Alwayi just
ripllt. sav nur customers ulm hnv tlipm frpili virv Hnv
' from our candy factory,
Queen Olive, not
all the olive flavor,
SOLDIER KIMi ARRIVES
IS READY TO RUN
MAN FROM COAST WILL NOT RACE THE WAIALUA HORSE
NEXT SUNDAY HAS NOT YET GOT HIS SHORE LEGS.
, WILL TAKE TWO WEEKS TO TRAIN.
' ti ,
Solillcr King, tlio famous Mara- bo mailo u .little longer1, by his ca.
thon runner, blew In yesterday bllng tils commanding onicer unil
morning on the Hllonlaii ami Within UBl1"t' for an extension of lcae Tor
a .hurt time was in communication " a) bejona t1V(,nt1,'1' ""
,..1,1 ,. ,,,,.. ,.. i '""Bit thut was granted "to him at
with the 11 u I I o 1 1 n. King Is a nrBt- .
slightly built man, and weighs only As booh as King arrived yestor
118 pounds. Ho .-will look small day ho was taken fii tow by Nigel
when he steps onto the track and Jncksuii utid Paddy Walsh. Tlio Hu
stands alongside or Aiitone Kaoo. Idwu Marathon man soon got In a
Tho man rrom tlio Coast is a quiet- choice lot of talk, uud King was
tlHil.cn fellow and he is not given to quickly lnrormed of all the pillkln
Jioastlng. ' that icsulted in thu running races
"1 meant to omo down later on h heduled for jestcrday not coming
o Hono'ulu," said King yesterday, off,
but as my commanding olllcer fix- Then 'Paddy Walsh took hold of
ed It mi that 1 got n furlough of one the soldier und showed him tho wuy
month, 1 availed myself of tho chanco out to tho beach. King Is dcllght
lo get to Honolulu ut once. I won't cd with Honoluluso far, and ho said
bo llnlshod with my enlistment till that the climate was not as hot as
January next, so 1 can only stay a he expected It to bo. He enjoyed
month this time, but will return his trip put to Koit Ituger, and was
and run Kaoo or anyonb el?o the full delighted to meet his comrades In
Marathon distance early next year. arms. The soldiers are anxious for
Is In Oood Condition. the match to come off, and already
"I am In fairly good condition nt there Is a big demand for tickets
piosont, and did some work coming that will admit to the track. The'
down on the Illlonlau. For a. fit- canteens at the different posts will
toen mile rato I am almost ready handle the tickets, and there Is no1
now, but for 20 miles 385 yaids, I doubt that u huge crowd will turn1
would need some more time to got out to see the man from the Coast I
Into condition. g0 up ngnjust tho local champion. I
"All the Marathon runners bavo jj jn .(Training,
gone Kast from California. Kltzger-' Knoo has been In training forsomol
aid took a trip to Australia, and he weeks now, and ho needs very lit
is running against tho long-distance t0 wnrki to get himself thoroughly
men there. I may go down to Syd-( m. The old fellow rmiy bo relied
n'cy' later on; I hear they have somo upon to make tho soldier extend
good runners there." himself for every Inch of the p.'teon-
Klng took' a trip ,ut to Wnlklkl m0 counsel Slmerson Is looking
yesterday, and then wont out to see nfter Kapo's Interest, and a meeting
his. friends at Fort linger. The wi IlB held'thls afternoon ut the
Marathon niah belongs to tho Artll-. Hoys' Field.
tery, and he knows most of the boys Jackkou Is, of course, out with a
who man the guns. It Is a certain- challenge to King, and tho Marathon
ty that every soldier on the Island Kid would llko to run tho soldier
who can get nwny will bo present at twenty niMes. Thls'may como oft a
tho track when King and Kaoo meet. Weck after tho Klng-Kaoo niat'h.
The Coast runner dropped Into the Kng )tt B0K to run four miles.
B u 1 1 o 1 1 n offlce today and Btat-t wi,e fnBt Bkater Is covering soven
ed that ho finds difficulty In getting miles, -und tho toldler reckons that
hjs shoro legs. Ho still feels tho ), wm nn3ll 1,1s task beforo the
roll of the sea, and as no walks along roller man gctB through his. Intor
tho. street he lurches from sldo to.'ost Is belnc worked un In the flftcen-
Will Not Race Next Sunday,
"I won't run next Sunday," re
marked King this morning. "I feel
that I could not do myself Justice so
soon utter getting off the boat. Next
Sunday week would bo better, und
that, will also give tho piomoters
moro tlmo to arrange tho details of
.the race. Some people suggest this
Athletic Park of yours, and others
say that tho baseball grounds out
the other way would bo bettor. I
don't know ubout It yet, but 'In n
day or two all will bo fixed up."
King will start running at tho
lloyB' Field this afternoon, mid there
Is sure to be a big crowd present at
4 o'clock, when ho begins his work.
The soldier will' train at the Hoys'
Field all tho week, and on Sunday
next ho will gtvo an exhibition ut
runnlilpr ut Kuplolanl Park.
With rofeienco to Kuoo'b fonn pu
tho truck, King suld this morning
that ho know the old fellow was a
good runner or else he would not
huvo'ioniQidown to tackle him. "Con
sidering hjs uge, Kaoo must bo u
wonder,"ild King this morning,
It is not .yet settled who
bring off- th6 rate, uud King Is not
goliigtta'bo bluffed Iijto, any hurrjed
match tlrfit would not draw the
crowd, All Hawaii wants to bee1 the
local chaniilyu lilOUBslMSt Klng.jbilt
the affair w'ili;ihi)YO to-be managed
prouerjy. Tliei'iv l;w been too much
"hot air' uii'd alleged prorn'otlugsof
races. The contest1 between Kaoo
mid King will be written of all over
tho United States, und it is up to
Honolulu to sco that the raco Is
brought oft iu stylo. The league
grounds would be the best pla'o, and
the Tlanld Tratislt neonle would, no
doubt, fix up the grounds for tho
j race. The gross Is very long at pres
ent, but It would not take much to
cut a live or six -foot-wide track
around the cticle.
King's Arrival Unexpected.
I The nrilval of King was unex
pected, as he rather 'thought he
would he leaving San Frnn?lsen later
In tho month. Howovcr, ho hns ar-
i rived on u 'hurrlod'vlslt, which will
I tin (iOI.r. j "J'KMS. ' j AMUSEMENTS. . V
mile race, and nil tlmt
now Is line wcathor.
b a st
HALF MILE RACE
. AT KAPIOLANI
LIZZIE MOORE TOO
- FAST FOR MARY
Opiopio Lands Speedy Mare
Sure Winner by One Length,
Carl Leonard Rides Fine
At Kuplolanl Park on Saturday
afternoon tho much-talked i! huiso
rato between I.lzzle Moore and Maiy
Wlukcllleld took place. It ended
Just tho fcame as tho flist go, some
weoks ago, between the marcs, and
I.izzlo, Mooie won by a length.
Opiopio, the Huwnllan lad, rodo
tlr'zlo Mooio, and he mado a spec
tacular flii!nli 6f th'e ra-c. Hair a
furlong from tho winning post, the
two marcs , wore "runplng level, .und
yells, pf, a deud lysut went up. ti Opio
pio, howovir, 'lifted h'ls mouht'tijong
in n'roat .fushlon, und, getting 'ahem
In uio' IaitrUew stildes, lajidqd.'ii)
Tho time for tho half mllo was
given as 19 seconds, and It must be
consldcied fast for the track. Carl
1. co n n id rode Mary Wlnkelfleld, nnd
he did as well as he could with the
maio. Sljo was game enough, and
responded to tho whip nnd spur well.
Still, I.lzzle Mooie was too fast, mid
that was all there was to it. It Is
a pity that Coplt was not In tho
riicu, for then a line thrco-cornoiod
evont would have been seen.
There will niohably be another
matrli rare within n few weeks, and
two well-known nags from Hllo may
blow tu and take part In tho sprints.
Aft ll-l V II IK I" ,111 HII I A lift II V i MIL.
FRANK ARMSTRONG GETS
INTO SECOND PLACE
Big Crowd at Country Club
Much Interest 'In Manoa
Cup Play Links In Good
There wus n great day's sport at
tho Country Club jestcrday, when
the final or tho Muliu.i Cup, with
which goes tho Hawaiian golf cham
pionship, was played on. The com
petition resulted In George Angus re.
talnlng his title to' tho champion
ship, mid his getting his nauio onto
the trophy for tho Becond time.
Frank Armstioug was lunncr-up,
and he gets a prlo for his good
work. He was only one stroke bo
hind Angus, who covered the course
In I7fi strokes. Angus did well, ion
ildcrlng that- he has been oft tho
game for somo months. Ho took 14
iViro strokes to tpvor the! course
this year than he did lust year, and
jet won out, although by a narrow
There was a big crowd pics'cnt, und
nil day long visitors kept dropping
In ut tho clubhouse. I.unch was
served uud nearly over body stated
all day at the links.
Tho oOlclal stores of tho sixteen
players were as follows:
- 1st Und 3rd 4th Tl.
Angus 43 45 47 40 175
Armstrong ...14 40 42 44 170
Gill 41 11 48 43 179
GIITnrd .r, I 42 13 42 1S1
Kvans 48 '48 49 4T 190
Hulstcad ....51 47 48 47 193
Kdmuuds ....10 47 62 53 198
Whlto 30 52 40 47 201
Sinclair 48 48 03 ID 204
Morse . ., 55 49 50 57 211
llelser 53 52 58 00 223
Fonwlck ....57 52 00 57, 232
Jordan 58 00 01 ..' 179
Tho next big ovent will bo an
other go nt the Wall Cup, which Is
at present hold by Athorton Rich
ards. It Is u handicap affair and
always proves to bo Interesting
x: j: n
ASAHIS AND C. A. C.s
WIN THEIR MATCHES
Muhocks and Palamas Go
Down In Defeat Big Crowd
of Fans Watch the Double
header, At tho Athletic Park yestculay
afternoon there wcro two games of
ball, and tliov wcio put up by the
Oahu Junior teams. The C. A. C.
JiinloiB plujod. thu Palamas (list, und
tho game ended In a vlitory for the
C. .iCs, by u scoro of 13 to 5. The
Paliimhs dill not' have much clmnco
against, thdlr opponents, and every
body picked the winners In udvun'co,
Tho second game was 'put uf)-hy
the Asahls u)id. Mullocks, -,nnd It'went
ten Innings beforo It! jWsiflnUhod,
'die result wub a wlu'jpr.lhe-Buhls,
who beat, the iihocks.by u score of
Gt3- tiiKU '
Thoro was a falr-slzert'crowil pres-
ont, and the tuns kept thing's mov
ing. Tho diamond wus ull right, but
u trifle dump at one side. When the
Asuhls tied the stole In the ninth
Inning of the second game, the fans
went up In the air nnd swaimed all
over the ground, Tho olllclal scoros
were us follow:
llaso hits ..... 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Illins ' 000300000 03
Ilase hits 100112001 00
I.ott on bases, Asahl 0,. Muliock
SINGLES WON BY
' NOWELL FROM COOKE
Bockus and R. Cooke Go Down
After Hard Struggle--A,
Richards and C, Cooko Win
Out In Doubles,
Amid u blazo of glory, tho Manoa
Valley night tennis tournament wus
concluded on Saturday night, and
somo lino tenuis wus seen. A. M.
Nowcll and It. A. Cooke played on
tho llnal or the singles, and tho for
mer won out by two sets to ono. Tho
score was, Nowcll wins, 9-7, 4 0,
0-1. The first tot was u Biiortcr,
nnd time after time Cooko sccnicd to
havo It duelled. ' Nowcll, howovcr,
was too strong, nnd he managed to
get tho first blood, 9-7.
In the second set Cooke turned tho
tables and, playing In great form,
took tho struggle, 0-4. Nowcll was
a bit oil In his vo1lejlng,and Cooke
left nothing undone that could bring
victory to him.
Tho thlid set was a runawuy for
Nowcll, and Cooke did nofsecm uhle
to get going properly. Tho tot went
tu Nowcll, 0-1, nnd with It tho
match, whi h wus fur tho best two
out of thrco Ects.
When the singles weio finished
tho final of tho men's doubles camo
up for discussion. Atherton Itlch
urds ulul Clarence Cooke played It.
A. Cooke and C. G, llockus, and al
though tho first-named pair won by"
two sets straight, 9 7, 0-1, there was
some fine tenuis seou before the
It. A. Cooko had Just placd his
singles match against Nowcll, and
wus tired out, U was pretty tough
for him to have to go up ugalnst a
hard match t-o soon after ho had ex
tended Nowoll. Another thing wis
Unit Itlchnrd found that one of tho
strings of his rnckct had gone. He
handed tho racket to a friend und
nsked him to cut tho broken string
out at both onds. The friend's knlfo
slipped und destroyed two more good
strings. Consequently Illchurd hud
to play with u racket that had three
strings gone. However, the first set
w'ns u beauty nnd the score tells the
story of tho mutch.
Tho tournament Is now concluded,
nnd the Manoa Valley people aro,to
bo congratulated on tho lino week's
entcrlalnmont thoy have provided for
the lovers of tonnls.
i ,n tt ti , t
I DOTS AND. DASHES.
Tho Oahu Juniors will piny their
second series of bull games, und It
will tuko six weeks to finish tho
schedule. Tho stundlugs of tho
teams are us follow: G. A. C. Jrs.,
1.000; Muhocks, .500; Asahls"; .000;
Paiania Jrs., .000.
The Mnllcs, Iron Works, High
School and n Piinahou dlbtrlct team
will probably play 'Soccer this sea-
tt tt st t: st tt u ts ss ss st ss tt ts ss st tt
11;' first baso on errors, oft HayiiBht
3, ,C. Duck 2; doUblo play, Arakl to
Huyushl; hit by pltther. Wing Kco,
Kolniii; Btruck out, by Xnvlor C, C.
Moriyamii 7; buses on called balls,
n.fryCaWcr 4, C.JMorlumu 1; wild
1)(tehi"iCt Morlyaino. Umpire, H.
Chllllugworth; ' scorer, Sam Hop;
time of game, l'liour 29 mluutos.
Score by Innings: fc
, h. (M. c '
Huns ,-;,,jl.'jVo o o o o l 313
IUiso hits''!'. ji,t"3W 0 0 10 129
Huns ...10000004 0 r
IIubo hits 20010113 0, 8
Two-base hits. Ah In, J. Hal;
three-base hits, Sing Hang; lcrt on
buses, C, Av C. 5, P. A. C. 6; bases
on bulls, urt Ah In 4, Phllllpo 3;
struck out, by Ah Iu 7, Phillips 0;
double pluys, Sing Hang tu Tin I.o,
Ahnnu to Tin I.o to Aliln; wild
pitches, Phillips 2; balks, Ah In 2;
flist basn on errors, C. A. C, 2, P. A.
R. 2. Umpire, H. Chllll)igwhrth;
scorer, Sam Hop; time of game, 1
hour 31 minutes. .
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The Banana Man
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School ut Physical Culture,
Scteiitlllc Mussage, Medical
Gymnastics (Swedish Move
ments). Ladles' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: u. m. to 10 p.
in. mid Prlvuto Instruction.
.Mr. (liiHlai Workman (of
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