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HVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 4, 1908
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Air Cooled Facts
If a furnace required a high degree ,of heat to accomplish a given
result, would you put a water-jacket around the furnace to cool it T
Then why do it in an automobile?
A gasoline engine mokes power by turning gasoline into heat. The
hotter you can run it without ignit'.ng jour lubricant, the greater cfll
tiency you get out of your fuel.
The Franklin air-cooled motor normally runs at about 350 degrees,
hot enough to get high efficiency out of the gasoline but cool enough to
be well below the burning point of oil. ,&
A water-cooled motor docs not normally get hotter than 212 degrees;
at that temperature the water boils away and there is trouble. Hcnco
all water-cooled motors are under a heavy handicap, because they work
at about 138 degrees below the point of maximum efficiency.
The Franklin motor car gets more actual going-power out of a gal
lon of gasoline than any other automobile. That means low running ex
pense. Franklin light-weight means tiie-cconomy. Franklin construction
laminated wood frame and nickel steel parts means repair-economy.
Combine all these advantages and you have the motor car that you can
afford to own.
Franklin Air-Coolcd caw are run with the greatest of success for
months in Summer in New York, Chicago and other places where the
thermometer gees higher than it ever does in these Islands, and they
have proved the right car for the hottest as well as the coldest localities.
Ask the Honolulu users of Air-Cooled Franklins whether they keep
cool, on the hottest days or not. They will tell you.
Make a small deposit only, and we
send the Victor to your home.
Then a little payment each week
will soon settle the balance.
If', ca-.y that way. Come and ask
us for particulars.
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necessities whose place they take? Why do without good lights,
for instance, when they are no more expensive than poor lights?
is a luxury that cost3 no more than the poorest kind of light.
Wouldn't you say, off-hand, that any one i3 foolish to use any other
light ? See us about having your house wired for electricity.
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Liars! Gamblers! Thieves!
Have you read the oninionj of President Roosevelt and
William Jennings Bryan on the Btock exchange and stock
jobbers? The few worls in the headline might epitomize
IS THERE NO HONESTY
"The Stock Exchange and Its Influence on the Development
IN THE MARCH NUMBER OF
and you will find out what the exchanges have done in de
veloping American commerce and civilization.
15 cents a copy. $1.50 a year.
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Jimmy Britf Proved
Better Than Nelson
LOS ANGELES, Call, March IS. Jimmy llrltt hail a sliado tlio host
of It In the ten-round bo with Nelcon tonight
No decision Is tendered In fights nt Los Angeles.
Only $500 Side Bet
To Obstruct Match
Joo Cohen linn njreoil to pioinoto
tlio wrestling mulch letoeii linns
Fruulethcr anil .Mctmikn, the Japan
ese. Ho will kIvu C5 ht cunt (iT tlio
Sato to tlio wrcptlcru an'l keep 45 per
cent for hlmf elf. Jotf lias Imfl n worl 1
jf experience ut tlilst pail of tliu i;.imo
anil lie Eliiiiilil by nl:o to make u prop
er bucces;, frcm a tltmnclal Htuti-l-point,
of tliu match. Vftla cm J Talt
iro both p'.casoil Hint Cohen has
mrccd to promote thu liaut.
Tho question now leinnlnH ns to
what tho slilo hut wlil ha. Vlila etat
eil for his men nt their lift incptlng
that If Cohen was tho promoter, a ?5na
cltlo hot would lin riomniiiteil. Tnll
camo hack tfltli the annum thnt ho
Would Run ran tee a ride bet of $109
nn.l not u cent nunc This will prob
ably bo tho only Ktumli'.lni; blork In'
tho way of slnliiK the nrllcVs fiii the
match, this a'ternoon.
Tho TollowliiR Ih tho Klt or tho
Wo, the undcrnlKncil, hereby nnrcu
to meet In n wrpiitllns match mid to
nhldu by the followlni; urllclea:
1. Tho bout to taiu place on Apill
-I. nt n plftco to bo left to tho option of
tho promoter of tho bout.
2. Flfty-flvo per cent of tho Krous
receipts to bo net nutilo as tho purse,
tho winner to take all.
3. Tho bout to ho wrentlcd under
the c-itcli-nB-citch-riMi mles of tho In
toruntlnhnl Wrtntllns Association.
4. Tho contestant ohtalnlnK tho
het two out of three TallB to bo de
clared tho winner.
5. Catchv.'ulKlits to (ovein tho
G. A referee aKrocahlc to both par
ties to bt tolcctcd.
7. A forfeit of $50 to bo posted by
each man Immediately after the slcn
InR of these 'nrtleles. Bald Bum to bo
claimed by tho opponent of tho man
falling to nppenr In tho rlns at tho
tlmo nml phico specllled by tho pro
moter. k n n
Pai.it, On Yacht
Good newspapers all over tho coun
try display) tula to the effect that n cor
tnln paint "covers tho earth." From
latest cleelopmentH thu probablllj33
lire that several buckets and tnen
sonio of tho earth coverlnn variety
of colorlng-lb-uld will bo Blathered
over and under tho surfaco of tho I'u
cine ocean and here's tho iciison.
Mr. Wolcott, tiavolldi; toprosenta
ilvo for tho Shorniln-Wllllanisi Paint
Company, lintt, through I. O. Hall &
Son, tho local agents askod thu priv
ilege of donating a" l,1 varnish and
paint for tho yacht Hawaii. Tho offer
Is an unusually generous one, and It
has been accepted by tho Yacht Com
mlttoe. Shorwln-Wllllams paint will
not only "cover tho earth" but will
I also cover tho fastest sailing yacht
I that over crossed tho l'aciflo Ocean.
I Ily tho way, tho yacht Is about ready
for launching, and tho ovent will be
J mado one of tho greatest occasions In
, local and sporting circles.
'did iiiey mni
i fuip lime?
Sporting Editor II u 1 1 e 1 1 u :
j Will you he good enough to Inform
I riio; when two teams are playing
. ball and without completing full tlva
Innings tho two teams playing ure
I put out of the Hold, is that game to
ho given to tho leading team;
An answer will bo greatly appre
Tho rules say that "If the game
Is called nt any tlmo after live Inn
ings liavo boon computed, the score
Ehall ho that of tho lust equal Inn
ing played," etc. The answer to the
ubovo query Is obvious, The rules
also say " 'No game shnll bo declared
by tho umpire If he terminates play
. . . before Ilvo Innings aro complet
ed by each tonin."l
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
BASEBALL TEAKS FINED FOR
NOT WEJP mm
The Riverside Junior Baseball
I.eaguo held a special meeting last
evening In the offlce of tho prc3ldent,
Judd building, for the purpose. ' of
considering tho protest of tho Sweet
Violets against tho Aloha team. Pres
ent wore the following representa
tives: Alohn, Wong Tin Chong; Asa
hl3, Chna. K. Abe, Aalas, Sam Hop
and Manuel Correa. After wrang
ling for soiun time, the protest was
left In the hands of the president,
who reaerved his decision until a
further -lay before Sunday.
Tho matter of violating tho rulo3
regnidlng i-rilforms was also taken
up by thu president, mid tho Orient
al A. C the Chinese Alohas, and the
ciaeU Aitln A. (' weie each lined io
Bpertlvely fin r,ents, SI and SI. 50.
Another matter brought up by the
Japanese, team was thnt an olliclnl
umplro should be had who can and
will attend to huidncKH, but the sub
ject was laid on the table until tho
next tegular meeting, which will be
held March in. ltios, nt the same
hour n ml place
At 9:20 p. m the meeting ad
journed. MAS Will HAVE NEW
Tho Kaala Athletic Club will hold
a special meeting this evening nt
the Judd building, at 7:30 o'clock,
for tho purpose of electing n mana
ger and .captain fur the Kaala baso
ball team. Tio Kaala team will en
deavor to Iwrcst the championship
from the other baseball teams this
year In the Itlvcrslde Seniors, and,
with many now players who have
willingly offered their services, the
(.mcers of tho Knnla A. C. oxpect a
great record this season. I.a3t year
the Kaala t team entered nt the' last
moment nnjl, there were gnmes play
ed at thoijVr-la diamond during tho
jenr where the Kaalns showed that
they havo to be reckoned with In a
Now and swell uniforms for the
team will ho provided and. In fact,
bonio of the officers aie already In
communication with some sporting
houses regarding the same.
A full nttendanco Is icqucsted.
Ono baseball player was In full
dress last night at tho M-irdl Gras, Ho
ware a Diamond Head suit.
"ft t: a
Alexander Macl.aren now has full
chargo of tho Oahit Country Club. Tho
next White Rock tournament will ho
j held on thu Club links, probably on
'tho 1Mb of this month.
a U n
Report has It Hint tho Tort Shatter
Athletic AFosclatlon will hold boding
exhibitions dvery mouth, Thero Is no
lonson why this should not be, for
boxing In n good clean sport, when
a a a
Tho Diamond Heads bold their Ural
prnctlco of tho season thin afternoon
nt Aala Park. Fully fifteen men aro
expected to show up In milfoun. Tho
work will be easy nt first for tho
men, ns vcrx few of thorn aro In condi
tion. tl It ,
When a baseball team refuses to
abide by tho decisions of an umpire,
whothor good or bad, thero Is some
thing radically wrong with tho man
agement. Tho umpire's decisions aro
final, mid are only recrsod In extreme
a a a
Jlmmlo llrltt npist hao had a hunch
when ho wrote down to Jess Woods.
Tho cable reports of his fight say thnt
ho bad tho bettor of tho ton-tound bat
tle with thi! Dnttler. Hut It Isn't say
ing jaiich u'tiirrlblo lot for James, for
the, general lmprcBslon on tho Coast
seems to bd that tho world-famous
Nelson is losing his grip and will soon
bo nn nut-A'ud-out "has-been."
a a a
Contrary to Ilia report that has
been prevalent for tho last few days,
tho baseball park may bu iiBod tor
practice by the various leagues. Tho
qualification which has been mado by
tho board of trustees Is that tho dia
mond bo not used until a meeting of
tho cnguo has beon held and various
matters disposed of. I). P. It. Ibpii
berg called at tho II uT I e 1 1 n ofllco
this morning and stated thnt ho did
not like the Idea of lmvliiK a bunch
of hot shot tin own Into him owrj
tlmo n kick against tho baseball trus-
The trial of Melvln Harmon, local
head of the Mormon Churcn, on tho
charge of subornation of perjury, wns
commenced In the United States Dis
trict Court this morning. It prom
ises to be a long and sharply contest
ed fight. Assistant U. S. District
Attorney W. T. Ilawllns is prosecut
ing and V. A. Kinney and Judgo(
Kdlngs arc attorneys for tho defend
Ily 11 o'clock this morning n Jury
had been bclected and sworn In, when
recess was taken until 1:30.
Harmon Is charged with having
induced Pol Keknuoha to swear false
ly before tho Grand Jury last Octo
ber, at tho time tho "Mormon cases"
wero under Investigation. The com
plaint charges that Harmon Instruct
ed the wltnCss to testify thnt he had
nover heard a conversation between
George Kekauohn and Kelehua In
regard to their relation1) with ono
another, u statement which both
Harmon and Pol Keknuoha knew to
be fnlso. "
The Jury selected to try tho case
consists of tho following:
V. 0. Ashley, Kugene K. Allen,
(Icorgo rem, Luther Sovornnce, K.
O. Cunhn, C. C. Kennedy, Wm. It.
Chilton, John !' Coburn, Robert I-'.
Mist, Wm. i:. Hoth, James W. Rob
ertson, James Wakcllold,
Cecil Drown and Anthong Lldgate,
proponents of tho will of Charles Not
ley and l'niinn Danrr.nl. tlnco of thu
defendants In error In the Notluy will
case. hae filed a motion that the
Chief Justice do recutf. This tram
lated Into United States, means, refusu
to sit. Thu defendants' objection to
Hnitwell Is based on tho giound that
lie Is disqualified from taking action
by reason of tho fact that ho has
heretofoio acted as counsel for tho
plaintiffs In tho causo and was active
ly engaged as such before his appoint
ment to tho Supremo Delicti.
The same three defendants nlso fllo
objections to tho allowance of a writ
of error. These objections nro based
on the ground that thu matter has nl
toady been before the Supreme Court
of tho United States on writ of error,
and thnt tho writ wns dismissed by
that trlhunnl ns recently ns tho 24th
of last month.
M. P. Prosscr, however, ono of tlm
attorneys for tho plaintiff, flics an af
fidavit In support of tho motion for a
writ of error. Ho snys that after mak
ing application to the chief Justice for
tho Issuance of a writ of error on
Mnrch 2, ho, at tho request of Hart
woll, sent a cnblo messago to Robert
SI. Morte, of counsel for tho plaintiffs
In error, as follows: "Court asks why
Supreme Court decision not final. An
swor by telegraph." Yesterday ho re
ceived the following answer: "Su
premo Court reserved question wheth
er samo objection would apply writ of
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Tomrernturcs (!. a. m., CC; S u. in.,
",2: 10 a. m 72; noon, 74; morning
jDaromotor, 8 a, m., 29.09; nbtoluto
humidity, 8 a. Hi., 5.871 grains pur
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in,.
(19 per cent; dow point, 8 n. m 02.
Wind 0 a. m., voloclty 2, direction
N.; 8 a. m., calm; 10 a. in., velocity 9,
direction S.;,noon, voloclty 10, dlrcc
Rainfall during 24 hours ended S u.
in., .00 inch. '
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 99 miles. '
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Durenu
Charles R. Jones, uatlonnl chair
man of the Prohibition party, says
Chicago Is tho worst city In the
country from a prohibition stand
point. Friction arises nmong Adolphlans
ovor tho now clubhouse, which some
ray should cost 1C,000 Instead of
120,000 as estimated.
William Sells, son of ono of tho
throe founders of the Sells llros. cir
cus died In New York.
tees was lodged. Ho said tint tho
reason permission has not been grant
ed to tho teams to use the diamond Is
oecniiBo or mo iaci mat no prelimin
ary otllclal arrangements have beon
mado by thu league with tho manage
ment. A meeting wilt bo held tomor
row nt noon In Prank Thompson's of
fices between representatives of tho
Icaguo and tho park trustees, and all
matters under discussion will bo
threshed out to tho finest detail,
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