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An invoi c of ovc $IC0 worth cf tlie:e fine Machin.
ists and Enjinccts' T Is hat jn:t Lccn orencd up.
Stances crc the best ,tvph lt'de, nad they go to you
nt a nlogtie pritcs j :jt what you would have to pay It
you tent to factory di.-cct.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.,
J. A. G1LMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Scwall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger4 Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co. .
(UMNNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
Highest in Quality
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF C0NN0ISSEURI
Wt. deliver to all part of the city twice daily.
FAMIL7 TRADE A SPECIALTY
WF GUARANTEE OUH G00D
'Now there's the
GTJNTHER'S SWEETS .
MOTTO: NOT HOW CHEAP. BUT HOW Q00D
A new Sweet that has all the high qualities of other Gunther
New stock just received contains these Nuts, Chocolates and
Creams in fancy boxes; nric:d fiom 40c up to $4.25,
A large, firm, juicy, Queen Olive, not
fibrous, that retains all the olive flavor
,, . Your Grocer Has Thom
You Use a
Lowest in Cost
Don't forget about it
SOLDIER KING SHOWS FINE
FORM OVER TEN MILES COURSE
MAINLAND RUNNER COVERS DISTANCE IN 59 MINUTES
58 SECONDS, AND HAS SORE FOOT TO CONTEND
WITH SPECTATORS ASTONISHED AT WORK OF LIT
Soldlor King showed yesterday
that hi) Is n very fast lon-iulln run
nor, mill there Is no doubt that ho
.nn ilo II (I oen miles-nt n real good
rato or .speed alfo. The Co.iBt run
ner went. 'down to the Hoys', Field
yesterday nttcrnoon nnil reeled oil
ten miles In two seconds less than
an hour. Tho mainland champion
was fresh when ho finished, and to
show how well he felt, ho turned a
hand. spring when the ten miles were
thrown behind. '
The first five miles were covered In
threo cefomlg over half an hnur, and
tho second five were tripped off eight
seconds faster. The pace was solid
right through, and although onn
mllo was rather slow C minutes
IS seconds the mldler carved some
of tho miles out nt a C minute 41
There wore n number of runners
and followers of tho Bport down nt
the flo'd .yesterday, nnd mn,n" a
watch' timed King over laps, miles
and' tho' full distance. The runner
nailo a wonderful linprcrlan on all
(how present, and theio wore few
who would have given Kaoo a chance
against the sprlngv little Mnrnlhnu
'nan from tl(e Const. King seem
unable til tire, unit up to fifteen
miles he rooms nblo to maintain n
fine turn 'of speed.
' King Is ns light ns n feather on
Ills' feet, mid should It rnln on tho
day" of the big rnco, ho will skim
over the mud whero Kaoo will
flounder up to his ankles In slush,
Tho old Walnlua Horse Is going up
against n hard proposition this time,
nnd" ho will nnvo to run faster than
iver he did to keep up with King,
Kaco Woikine Out.
Kaoo Is thought by' most peaplo to
havo" a better rhanro In. n full Mara
thon distance race, and thoso who
know what the old Hawaiian can
do, hope that the men will be match
ed over tho 2G miles .185 yards.
Down nt Wnlnnno, Kaoo Is train
Ing, nnd he will bo In good condi
tion on tho day of (ho race. He
needs very little work on the road,
ns he is.nl ways In fairly good trim
Ho Is quickening Hi his stride a
Tlie old "Wnliilim Iloroo" ulio, mi
ma ny ocriisloiis, has shmiu him.
self In be ii champion long distance
runner. He ulll rare Soldier King
lltlccn miles on October III).
little, as. ho hns heard of how King
beats It along the track. All Ha-'
wall wauls Kaoo to win, and nt-'
t Hough tho wlsd ones xhnko' their
heads and say that King will win
by a big margin, there Is no telling
What Antnno can do when up, against
a icaily'fast man. '
King went down' to Lollchua this
morning and while there he will
arrnnge for somo of the olTjcers to
net as officials nt tho race. Tho run
tier knows, a lot of tho cavalrymen,
and ho will feel at home down at
Schofleld Ilnrracks. This morning
King, dropped Into tho It u 1 1 e 1 1 it
office and announced that ho felt
very fit after his strenuous run of
yesterday. The sore toe with which
he Is troubled, Is a bit better today,
and ho says that It will be O. K.
within a short ttmo now.
"I don't feel tho effects of tho
climate yet," remarked King this
morning. "I was told that It would
take mo some time to got ucMlmnt-
cd, and that I would never run as
well here ns 1 did on tho Const. 1
don't llnd It Hint way1 at all: tho cli
mate Is all right, and the way I ran
yesterday shows that I inn in good
Tomorrow there wilt bo a meeting
at V. T. Hawllm' ofllce, nnd tho
runners, managers and others Inter
ested In tho race will gather togeth
er und make arrangements for se
lecting officials to take care or. the
, On Saturday all the peoplo who
can get away from their work will
travel out to Aloxander 1'loM ami
there havo' a look at King compet
ing ngalnct 111!) Rice and other fast
schoolboy athletes. It should prove
an Interesting afternoon's sport, nnd
the Inds will he nblo to gather some
Information from King as to tho
jtroper way of running.
Nigel Jackson Is noting ns King's
trainer and rubber down; the Mara
tho,!! Kid known n lot about tho
game, and he Is as cnorgetle ovor
tho work' as he is over anything olse.
King thinks n lot of Jackson, and Is
giving him hints about the latest
up-to.dato methods of picking out
mu8 les nnd tuning them up to con
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SOTS AND DASHES.
This evening nt tho University
Club tho chess tourney will ho con
tinued and Judge Ilallmi will play
J. t, Wh'lto. Tho Judge has won
two games so far, and If lib succeeds
In chechmaklng Whit? two moro
times, tho tourney will bo ended.
Tho Area peoplo '.have built a ten
ills court, and already some of tho
players aro getting into good enough
form to later on tacklo tho Kwa
bunch. Tho nilih boys nro showing
great lmpiovemont In their game,
and they nnd tho other experts will
soon be playing In tiptop stylo.
Ran Ilenear, tho well-known swim
mer, will he returning to Honolulu
soon, and he will be a gcrat addition
to the ranks of the Ileulanla. Tie
near may settle down in the Islands
for1 good, nnd that-jwould be a fine
thing for ncfuatle sports.
In tho Junior Dra.mmar School In
door, nascball League .series, tho Pn
liiniiis'.lioat' tho HeroUnln nlrio last
night' li-ja score or'29'to 22. ,
a u.ni'ti aaaaaanaaaan
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a iOCQMINQ -EVENTS. ,Wv
a jg.-i. ; v:,.ii
a - ti' Oihu Juniors) a
a Oct."'p3.-T-AtianlB vs. Muhocks.' a
a Oct. 2'3. C. A. C. vs. Palama. ti
a Gotr. a
Xt Oct, 23. Four Hall", Foursomo, H. a
a Q, i C., Moanalua. a
tt Cricket. a
a Oct. 22. Match. a
t: Rowing. a
a Oct. 23. IlealanI Club Hiiro. a
tt Football. a
a Oct, 29, Season Opens. a
tt Running. tl
tt Oct. 30. Kaoo vs, King. tl
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The Arm'?, best runner, nliu trill
(i) mid lake the Hawaiian cham
pionship tinny front. Kami. King
lint coniel(d ugalusi llu uorldV
. best Jlarallinn ru liners.
COLT BREAKS WORLD'S
. ' RECORD FOR BABIES
Justice Brook,' Two-Ycar-OJd,
Puts Up Great Figures,
.......... w. .( , wi-.., in nun-
tlco Drooke, a briiwn colt by ISaron
Kxpcctntion. owned by tho Diomare
Farm nt St. Clair, Mich., won the
two-year-old division of tllo Ken
tinky Futurity today In straight
heals nnd broke, the world's roc'ord
for two-year-old stallions in tho so''-
und mile In 2:09 1.2.
Tho two heats of Justice Ilrooke
alro beat tho record for n two-heat
rare by two-year-old trntteis'. Na
tive Hollo hnd previously taken the
record by her two bents In SMS S-,4
nnd a i 07 3-4 lant fall In tho Futurity
her; Hor heats nvoraged 2:10.1-1,
yhlto Justice Ilrooke's two In
2:111-2. and 2:09 1-2 avcrnged
2:10 1-2, or n qunrtor second better.
J Mr.'Stokea, which had beon a
strong favorite for tho raco, wao
withdrawn on nccoiint of sickness.
T)io 2:08 paco, postponed from
yesterday. wnB won by Independence
Hoy, his time In tho licit run to
day, which derided tlio pvorit being
Tho nssnclatlnn anmmtred the
putting on of a 2:09 paco for an
$300 putBo for Friday, O tnber 7, In
place of the 2:02 paco, declared off.
Aunr.lio'.lo Lee, owned by Ucorge
It. Smith .nnd raced last oar by
doors, dropped dead from an Intes
tinal hemorrhago near tho turn into
thn stretch In tho Inst heat of the
2:11 pace. Her driver, McCoy, was
2:08 pace, three heats Tuesday,!
purse $1000, threo In flvo Indepen
dence Hoy won, Harry Me second.
Lady Isle third. Host time. 2:01 1-2.
2:in trot, purse $1000, tlirco In
flvo Fetor Dorsoy won, Mnjor Wel
lington second, Oxfqrd Hoy Jr. third,
ltest time. 2:09 3.4.
.Tho Kentucky Futurity for 2-year-olds,
value $B000, two In thnje
KJubtlco llrooko won In straight
hens. Tlmo, .2:11 J-2J ',2:09 1-2.
MJIii, Leaf second. Silent . Hrlgndo
andPoter Hoy third. "'" , (;
'; 2'fl'l pace, purse' $lG0p',fthrca',rf
flvo Princess Hal won, Tho Orator
second, Mark Knight third, Hest
time 2:08 1-4,
tt n n
Not contont with having been
beaten twice, tho owner of Mary
Wlnkoldcld Is going to nnco more
run his maro ngalnst I.lzzlo Moore.
At least, tho marcs will race, al
though It Is said that two othor men
are putting up tho money. Tho raco
will he over threo furlongs, and will
romo off at Kaplolunt Park on Sat
urday afternoon next.
ARE MADE UP.
Y. M. C. A. MEMBERS
GET SPORT GOING
Seniors Also Will Play Game
and Begin on October 24
Much Interest Taken In
Last night, at the YM. C. A. nn
Indoor baseball leagu6 was formed,
and four teams were organized. All
the players aro members of the Y. M.
C. A., and there are some line ath
letes among them. The teams arc
known as tho Itcds, Whites, Illuea
and Blacks, nnd there Is no doubt
that they will rmiko things exciting,
nt the different gymnasiums they
play In, 'during the tlnio the series
Is being played off.
The first game that, tho seniors
play will bo between the Palumas
and the Y. M. C. A., nnd It will tako
place In the One gym of tho settle
ment. The plpyeri must bo under
eighteen years of age, nnd the sched
ule is ns follow: '.. . ',;
ralnma vs, Y. M. C,wV, nt Palama,
October 24, '"'',
Kallhlva. Y., M, .C, A., nt Y. M. C,
.( Oitober 31.
Palama vs.- Kallhi, nt Palama, No
vcnibcr 7. ,
Kallhi vs. Palnma, at Kallhi. No
Palama vs. Y. M. C'. A., at Y. M.
C. A., November, 21,
Kallhi vs. Y. II. C. A., at Kjilihl
Tho Itcds, Whites, Dines and
Hacks 'havo decided to play ,thelr
,flrt gamnjon Fililay. October 28. nnd
there should bo an interesting match
seen. The gauie Is a good one, and
the boys play H for all it Is worth.
The rooters got worked up over tho
miniature hall games and show just
as much warmth ns If the players
were out on tho ordinary diamond
The members of tho different
teamsaro aB follow;
lteds L. Franks," C. J. Cottrell. 11,
Lovall, O. P. Soaies, T. It. U Me
Oulre, A. Sllva, A. Auorbach. Win.
Silver, (1. Mills, Lai Ten, Kainana.
Whites Kd. Cannon, C. I'.owIb, C.
Tinker. M. Ferrelraf L. Ilosa, W.
Ilnsemnn, P. H. Nottagc, J. Marques,
I. F. Itnsa. L. Isaac, L. Hachnlon.
lllues D. II. Sllva.y. Decplto, ..
uaroy, v. ilarcnlllno, K. McC.uIro,
N. McOulrc, Q. Dwlght, II. Nott, J.
Honon, M. V. Dccolto, II. Klemme.
Illacks M. J. aarrldni P. O'SiillI
van, S. Hunn, A. May, S. Ounn, C.
Ulllllaiid, Kool; On YapA. Hushnell,
A. riego, T. (lulld, M, P. Corrca. i
a a a
Thore will bo a meeting of tho
McKlnley High School soccer team
next Tuesday ovonlng nnd nt It will
ue nt'ciiii-ii many important matters.
The Illghs aro going In for soccer
property this year, and they consid
er that they havo a strong lineup.
The Itcretiinla tennis ourts. will
ho rea"3y about Saturday, And tho
racket-wleldera will once moro got
Into the game,
" (Telephone: 26G0)
And Every Night This Week,
(At 2;36: M.)
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Admission ... ,.15o, 10c, 5o '.
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' LATEST MOTION PICTURES.
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Schoid of Physical Culture,
Sclontlllc Mitsxiigo, Medical
UyinuuKllcs (Hwidlsli Move
ments), I jii! lea' Men's and Children's
classes. Fours: a. m. to 10 p.
in. and Prlvnto Instruction.
.Mr. (JiiMav lllorkiiinii (of
Iloynl Swedish Uyuin. Inst.)
Musseur nnd Instructor of
; flviniiiuitlea. i
DICK SULLIVAN, Proprietor
Kinp and Nuuanu
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Cream Pure Rye
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, Telephone 2131 .
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Best in the Market.
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If you. would enjoy a good time, at
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in Odd Fellows' Hnll every Friday