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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLU
..WEDNDESDAY, SEPT. 30, .1908
Another shipment of the famous '"
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1 I Racing
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This is considered the best all-around Remedy on the market for
Rheumatism, Lumabo, Weak Loins, Sore Throat, Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
,nrd Tendon lameness.
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Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
nn oml icccntiy ni inc nieaciuws
Irnik, near Seattle, was n remark
able one fiotn socr.ll lcw points.
I'ioiii ilrsl to last Ihr nttrndanco nv-
crngcil clime to J. 000, there bolnR
scuieoly ii Saturday or u holiday
wlioro tlio catc did not hov that
10,000 persons were lircscnt, whllo
on two or three occasions tlio 12,000
mark was mortotu'eil. This demon
stintos that Seatllcltes lovo racing
far better than nny other sport. Tlio
class of the horses competing during
the si-ason Just (onclmkil was better
than during any prclous season, for
about every track or Coast record
from four furlongs to nnd Including
one nnd a quarter miles was either
equaled or beaten, while the world'H
record of 0:!i8 3-.- nt the furlongs
was tied by Sller Stocking, nt five
and n half furlongs (1.05) broken
ami nt a mile tied l rein I'.. when
she went the route. In 1:37 2-C. This
little MlhMjurl-brvl marc, by tho
way, was the "wonder" of tho meet
ing. Toupee equalled Itosoben's rec
ord nt six furlongs, 1:113-0 but
Nimbus i-c t the mark n few dais la
ter nt 1:11 2-5 ocr the Yonkcrs (N.
Y.) Empire track. Vox l'opull broko
the w oi Id's record nt u mile nnd fitly
yards nnd Convent Hell, the mile nnd
seventy nrd record, 1:12 3-5,- this
ocr n track made somewhat "dead"
by showers. The mile nnd n sixteenth
mark was shatteicd, that nt a mllo
and a furlong equalled by Green
Seal (1:50 3-5). whllo Stanley liny
bet the Coast mile nnd u quarter maik
at 2 05 2-5. IIIrii dun easily went
a mile and three-sixteenths In 1:68
1-5, n new Coast iccord at that dis
tance. That he could have gone
close to 1:5S Is ccitnln. Of theso record-breakers
Silver Stocking was bred
In Kentucky, Kern U. In Missouri, To
upco Hi Kentucky, also Vox Popult
and Orccn Seal. Convent Hell nnd
Stanley Fny nrc California bred nnd
native of Sacramento County. High
dun Is n Kentucklnn. There Is no
question about the tiack being a full
mllo thiee feet from the Inner rail,
for It has been meisurcd seven times
by competent surveyors.
Form Was Very Bad
As for tho performers, V. Cahlll's
big colt, Smiley Corbctt, who set tho
Co.ist record for four furlongs nt
0:40 4-5, was undoubtedly the fast
cat animal at any nge up to five fur
longs; then camo Kern L another
3-year-old, to show ability to break
nil records from IHe nnd n half fur
longs to a mllo nnd a furlong, I
should say Dr. Child's 4-year-old Vo
ter Colt, Vox Poptill, was tho cham
pion of tho older horses, though W.
Walter's Stanley I'.iy. at his best.
could probably bent him at unfiling
'Ike weight for ngn. H. Doner's Crit
ic ran a very fast seven furlongs
(1:25 1-5), but ho was not carrying
much weight, and the sumo can bo
said of tho other record-bieakers, bar
ring Smiley Corbett and Stanley Kuy.
The 2-j car-old championship rested
between Sam Illldrcth's Achieve nnd
J. .1. Walsh's l,eo ltose, though Hoso
(Juecn was not fa- away. Taken ns
a whole, the 2- car-olds wcro n pret
ty fair lot, the three mentioned ubmo
being in u class by themselves, how
ever. Many Reversals
l roni mo viewpoint oi mo lorm
student the meeting nt Tho Meadows
will go down Into history ns "tho
limit" for form rnvcrsals. so far as
this Coast Is concerned. The number
of Biblical runners performing was
legion, and they turned tho hair of
the midnight (.as-burncis white.
drove them to drink nnd despair, nnd
made tho bank-roll.) of a majority of
tho bookmakers ilvyindlo as If affect
ed with galloping consumption, l'cr
haps that Is the p.'opcr term for such
n stuto of lacing affairs as existed at
Seattle Whllo many of tho pcnclleis
recouped most of their losses during
tho closing wicks ot tho meeting, per
haps u dozon decout bank-rolls were
totally annihilated during tho ses
sion, tin. I not nbovy six of tho book
makers operating at Tho Meadows
coul I show an Inci cased bank nccount
nt tho closo of tlin war last Saturday.
Hugh I.. Jones went to Dmer about
ten days ago, mcr $20,000 to tho
good; "Mnlllc" Mmlncr vas $10,000
or moro ahead at last accounts, nilly
Kngstrom Is a fow thousands ahead,
also Argylo & Co. nnd W (1. Ynnko.
Kd. Soule and Joo Harlan wcie not
enough ahead n few days ago to
biag about, tor a bad day would put
the balanro on the wrong side of tho
RACE MEET AT MEADOWS
UNIQUE IN RESULTS
Tho 73-day meeting that came to proverbial ledger. For tho first nlno
weeks of the meeting It did not seem
to mntter what tho price of tho race
winners were long or short tho
bookies would provo to bo "In wrong"
in such n vnst majority of cases that
they began to wonder whether they
were standing on their heads or their
Walker Stable Inconsistent
The running of tho horses of W.
Wnlkcr occasioned moro disapproval
from thoso who know anything of
"form" than tho gallopers af perhaps
any other owner. True, Wnlkcr
headed tho winning owners' list by
n largo majority, duo to the winning
of most of tho more Important stakes,
but tho performances of his very ex
cellent performers In ordinnry purse
inccs or handicaps caused him to be
rotndly cursed by several regiments
of race-goers, whllo tho wretched
showing of Stanley Fny In n recent
handicap wherein ho was heavily
played, caused a demonstration such
ns Is seldom witnessed on any rnce
course. How tho officials could view
tho running of tho Wnlkcr steeds
through such lenient spectacles was
greatly marveled at. The snmo
should be snld of tho running of Q.
Henry's Kerry, II. Ilaucr's Adelbcrt
Hello, nnd If. O. UcdwoU's Silver
Stocking. Many other instances of
shockingly bad form might be cited
that passed without tho falling of tho
official ax on tho offending owners,
nnd "classy" horses like Toupee, Har
ry Scott, Work and Play, Llstowel
and Josle's Jowcl wcro among the
ln-nnd-outcrs remembered during the
last month. A. J. Jackson's Fern L.
nnd Pickaway wcro Jewels of con
sistency, ns wcro tho St. James Sta
ble's Ida May, XV. Cahlll's Smiley Cor
bett, Sam Hlldeth's Achieve. IlnBtant
and Steel, W. Stephenson's Aks-Ar-
llen nml J. J. Walsh's Leo Rose and
Page Crack Rider
Apprentice Wdcr Stanley Page, un
der contract to Early Wright, was
the "find!' of the season In the list of
riders, while C. HiiBsell, will undoubt
edly lnnko a "star horso pilot. I
also believe that Coburn, King and
II. Wilson will be heard of ns riders
of much ability. Archibald, W. Kcl
ly, J. Mclntyrc, nnd Koerncr rode ex
ccllently at Tho Mendows, yet Kelly
nnd Mclntyro stand suspended nud
Archibald was down for more than a
month. A. Wnlsh rode many win
ners, but ho had the'iargost number
of mounts of nny boy at tho Seattle
meeting. The fact that ho was un
der contract to n bookmaker perhaps
caused u lot moro tnlk over his poor
tides than would otherwise hnvo been
Indulged in, and accentuates the be
lief that all governing turf bodies
should pass a law prohibiting any
bookmaker from securing first call on
nny Jockeys services. Sucn a rulo
would certainly bo for "the good of
W. Walker's horses won about
$10,000; tho St. James Stable over
$8,000; while It Is closo for third
plnco between W. Cahlll and W. P.
rinc, A. J. Jackson and J. J. Wulsh
are also In the $5,000 list.
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Alexander Field To
$1 a Year
Banapepe leant Wins
Ball Game With
Tho opening of the Alexander
Field will bo celebrated formally to
morrow. The progrnm, as announc
ed somo days ngo In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
1 Unveiling of tho tablet, Patty
2 Presentation of the field,
through tho Oahu Coltcgo corpora
tion, by Wallace M. Alexander.
3 Acceptance of tho Hold, for tho
College by Dr. W. D. Alexander.
4 Statement in regard to tho plan
and construction of tho field, by Ar
C Football game between two
6 Track event, 440-, 220-, and
100-yard dashes, Oahu College Tun-
7 Hockey match, two girls'
8 llascball game. Alumni vs. a
Kntrlos for the athletic events arc.
Football lino up:
, Hind H. von Holt
Austin '"V. Gcnovcs
Glbb W. Paty
Lldgate O. Macfarlano
It. Hitchcock C. Aklnn(capt.)
Ran. Hitchcock W. Hoogs
C. Ahrcns C. D. Farm
H."Hond W. Desha
A. Wilcox P. do Hrcttevlllo
C. Lyman(cnpt.) D. Fraser
D. White F. Wlthlngton
A. Taylor A. Young
N. Andrcscn H. -ucas
E. Glbb D. Ross
G. Wlllfong O. Hcen
O. Hind J. Cox
Col lego baseball team: Chi Dul
Farm, c; Lota, Aklnn, p; Lldgato,
lb; Ordenstcln, 2b; Hoogs, 3b; Low
rey (capt.), ss; Desha, If; Lyman,
cf; Fraser, Lota, rf.
A. Low (capt.), Martha Tulloch,
Ada Mutch, Jessie Kennedy, Gwcndo.
lino Jakins, Elizabeth Webster, Mar
gucrlte Ashford, Kathleen Kerr, Gar-
Q. Rycroft (capt.), Leslie Tulloch,
Miriam Clark, Muriel Howatt, Doris
Glrdler. Marian Austin, Almoda
Townsend, Slla Pratt, Margaret For
100 Yards C. Lyman, Slug Chang,
Mon Yin. W. Dosha.
220 Yards C. Lyman,.SIng Cluing,
Mon Yin, W. Dcshn.
4 4IT Yards S. Jnklns, D. Fraser,
V. Gcnoves, A. Wilcox.
880 Ynrds S. 'Jakins, D. Fraser,
V. Ocnoves, N. Androson.
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Requires something to
put vim and vigor in
one's system. There
is nothing so satisfy
l.'lcelo, Knual, Sept. .10, Tho
llannpcpo baseball team last Sun
day, lu n return game, proved its su
periority over tho Pakala team, win
ning to tho tune of 1C to 8. Tho
game was played at the Wnimca
, ! Edd o Hnnlon and Owen Mo-
Ircnco Akunn pitched n steady and t!! r. . ' ., . ,
, , , i ii . tt ran meet In San Francisco to- n
X, II, 1,111, fjUIIIU IUI II1U ,W!U1'VIIV
WM VS. MORAK
Tho teams trotted onto the dia
mond as follows:
Ilanupepo J. Souzn, 3b; Kale,
cf; W. Moulz, rf; Gen, c; J. Dorgis,
lb; 1. Akana, p; J, Ornellas, 2b;
L. Clcmonto, If; J, Fernandez, ss.
Pakala M. Costa, cf; M. Igna
elo, lb; J. Furtado, c; J, Costa, p;
M. Abreu, 2b; M, rornundez,' 3b;
Kalnnl, ss; J. Cardciro, rf; A. Fer
The 8coio by innings:
Hnnapcpe . . ..5 0403100 2 15
Pakala . .
tt night, In a battle which marks tt
tt the debut of tho Ilrltlsh feath- tt
tt crwclght champion Into tho tt
tt lightweight class. The men are tt
tt to make 133 pounds nt 3 o'clock ,tl
tt this afternoon, which means tt
tt that there will bo a disparity tt
tt of weights In Hanlon's favor tt
tt when they step Into the ring, tt
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Last Sunday, a combination bnso
ball team from Lnie, Kahuku, and
Wulnlee went down to defeat at tho
..000 1 001 Gl 8 iluma 0f tho Waialua team by
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beoldey, Jr.
PHONE 200. llu,.
Struck out; by I. Akana, 16; by
.1 Costa, 5. liases on balls: oft I.
Akana, 2; otT J. Costa. 1. Umpire:
D Sheldon. Scoior: J. Kahce.
Afler a ennforeneo with President
rtooseM.it nt Oyster Hay, Attorney
(Ifiieiitl llonap.irlo snld tho govern
ment will piosceuto tho Standard Oil
Company to tho iliilth.
score of 7 to 1.
x it a
Tho Kahulut team celebrated tho
winning of the Maul championship
with a big dance and luau-lnst Sat
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Tho yncht club will meet next
Hade right here at home, equal in every respect to the .im
ported and for less money. With a little cabbage and a
stein you can have a pretty good night lunch.
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Ladies and Children's Hosiery
will be offered
Tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. fst,
and for 3 ddyS Ollly no longer
Extraordinary Low Prices
You can get almost any color and
style of Hose you require in Cotton,
Lisle and Silk.
Now is the time to lay in a supply.
Hosiery is always wanted.
These prices seldom occur.
Remember for 3 days only.
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HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE, ALAKEA ST.
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