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Poisons
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S-W. PARIS GREEN
ARSENATE U the killing agent In Fartl
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nlc to kill J1 th Initcts or Iht Orta
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Green. S-W. Farii Gretn contains j6" of
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will lUy will In suipention In th tpnyiof
csn, providing; uniform mitturt that wi!l
ot readily wash off tha foliaft. Tno
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BY V. . STEVENSON,
Boxers Are All
Getting Into Form
Charlie Hellly yesterday afternoon
certainly showed that he Is the can
dy kid at tho boxing gyne, and It
matters little whether a man Is short
and stout or tall and thin, "Let
'cm all come," is Charlie's motto.
Things were lively down at the
Marine camp esterday and the pop
ular littlo lightweight, who took on
no less than three 'different men,
mnde a good Impression.
Hrst Dal Kahy, tho long-distance
runner, put on the gloves with Hell
ly, and the little fellow did not do a
thing to him, oh, no! Two rounds
were sufficient for the tall feltow,
and nffer tho lightweight had
slipped a couple of kiru kau smashers
Into Dal It was to the woods for tho
lunner.
Then Klchards, the husky Marine,
slipped on the mitts and tried to tie
himself Into knots so as to get at
Rellly In short order. Charlie threw
In lefts and rights that puzzled the
big fellow, and the go began to get
as willing as possible.
Richards Is no mutt at the game.
and he made the llgh'welght extend
himself to land on "LlmoV chin.
The exhibition was as willing as It
possibly could be, and the spectators
who surrounded tho boxers during
the scrap were worked up to a great
state of excltcnent at times.
When Richard had been carried
off to the hospital for repairs, Uug'
inr rvrmni pnmn.ni. fnr hi. nme
lot. And ho got It too; both men of the Park Commissioners has been
went at it with a vengeance, and It srtlatei. and as the polo club Is de
was gle and tnke right through the '""lined to makeithe field as soon
bout. Sarconl has Improved a lot08 P"lu!o we should, before long,
through having so much boxing with " the Bam belng played on the
gbod men, and ho showed excellent I new " ' '
form. olo wl" hoom In Honolulu as It
Rellly, however, Is too clever wlthinever dld before once 'he, city field
the gloves and can land a wallop
that stirs a man up when It lands
properly. The last bout was much
enjoyed by those present, and It left
everybody In a good , humar and
ready to wend their way homewards
or to a restaurant for dinner.
Up at the Orpheum Dick Cullcu
did good work during the early part
of the afternoon, and his principal
sparring partner was Kid Terry, who
Is always ready to put the gloves on
with anybody, The two worked out
in good style, and the crowd of sports
who were present enjojed the box
ing much.
It Is probable that the preliminary
to the Cullen-Itelll) go will be a six-
round contest between Sarconl nnd
Terry. These two men have a little
difficulty to settle and It should be
arranged that tjtey inqet again
soon.
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Football Booming
In Great Style
This aftornoon at. tho League
grounds thore will bu a practice game
of football and all tho players am re
quested to turn out and havo a good
wind Improving struggle.
The Town team la taking to tho
game with great vim, and now that
tho first bunch of players has been ar
ranged, It has been decided to put a
eecond team In the field. This Is good
news to the football enthusiasts and
Lit bJiowb how the game s coning to tho
irum uuce inure.
Not only aro tho Intercollegiate play
ers stirring things up, but tho soccer
men are also on the job and If we only
had Rugby hero now everybody would
bo happy.
The lino between (ho seasons for dif
ferent sports should be drawn more
clearly, and It Is a big mistake to havo
any one sport overlapping Into another
branch of athlctl's portion ot the year.
Too much baseball will sicken people
of the game, whereas If the sport were
dropped for a decent Interval, every
body would be keen when tho game
was started up again.
Plenty Of Fun
At Skating" Rink
Joe Cohen lias sprung a new ono as
far as Honolulu goes, and tonight at
tho Princess rink, a nose party will
be held. Nobody booms to know what
a proboscis gathorlng Is, but anyhow It
is guaranteed to be a cure for blues
of the worst sort.
Besides tho nasal ocnt, another
funny stunt will bo brought off, nnd
that Is called a barrel race. Bight
novices at the roller game each get a
barrel and aro called Upon to trundle
the cask around tho rink a certain
i umber of times.
Tho fun for tho spectators la fast
and furious, and tho endeavois of the
skaters to guide tho barrel and, at the
same tlmo, keep their balance on the
skates, keeps qvIipodyJaughlng for
a week aftarwurvli,f
HONOLULU. 'Tlftf.fVllID AY, OCTOBER 22, 1603'
(Outrigger Club,
Benefit Show
Thcro Is no doubt that, over) one who
has tho Interest ot ttre Outrigger Club
at heart will, tonight, roll up to the
Donlnu theater andtielp' the cSiIibb
along by digging Up a Very moderate
sum for a really first' class entertain
ment. "
There will be special features to
night that will attraetTtho attention of
even tho most blase of moving picture
show frequenters. The surf-riding
films will be shown, and they are said
to be tho best over 'taken. Then the
Outrigger Club quintet will perform
and they are, without 'Uoubt, th'o best
lot of singers any such Institution has
ever turned -out, k
The object of the benefit perform
ance Is to provide funds for the build
ing of a shelter shed'' for the Outrig
ger Club members; at, present there
le not accommodation for the men who
Want to change their clothes before
an dafter surf boarding.
It will cost half a-dollar to get Into
the show tonight, .but the amount Ir
small when It'fsreniombered how
much amusement will be crowded Into
the evening. " ,
New Polo Field .
WiUBdostGame
Work In ronnectton. with the new
polo field at Kaploianl Park will
soon be under way. The permission
Is completed. Monalua and ,Lelle
hua are a long, distance from town,
and, although a trip to either place
now and again Is nil right, men
cannot be Induced to,go ao far after
a oay s wutk
At Kaploianl Park everybody with J
a pony can easily r'de out after work
and have a practice, and soon a
number of young fellows Ishoald be
oreaxing into the game.
Oahu has got to show Maul that1nt,0J' cnl?' "
the championship ot tha group Is
not going to remain awy from Ho
nolulu. The only way to recover
the "ashes" o( polo Is 'to have "our
men practice hard and to perhaps
unearth n second Prank Baldwin
then Ouhu will have a chance,
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Football Game ;; , ,
For Tomorrow
4 l i,
Tomorrow afternoon ' on Alexan
der Field the much talked,o football
8me between the High. 8ohool and
the College o Hawaii will be played.
and It goes without saying that It
will be a rattling good. one. '
The College Is determined to hand
the School "Its," as tar' as football
goes, and s the Highs feel exactly
the same about the matter there will
be something doing around about
3:31 o'clock tomorrow
Both the teams have been train
ing hard for the gam; and the
amount ot practice -that has been In
dulged In Is a guarantee that a fast
and snappy exhibition of ..football
wilt be seen.
An ad1n(sslon cbargeof '-twenty-five
cents will be made to -"the
grounds, and the entrance Is on the
Manoa car line. School boys from J
the various grammar schools will be
admitted at the rate of flftee cents
each. ' v
The game should be well under
way at 3:30 o'clock, Btfd1 anyone
who arrives at Alexander field after
that hour will miss some ortbe play,
si if Aft ""'
Local and CoaitM
AutoJJoings
D, E. QudgelMpJila Franklin run,
uuuui is me winner oi nrst place In
the owners' division In tho second an.
nual automobllo run conducted hj ihe
nuuus uny,oiar. jur, juuagejl Urovo
his Franklin over c the course ot 760
miles 'for a perfect road "score, and
the most that a zealous technical com
mittee could Imposo In Us) way of
penalization upon the examination at
the end of tho run was two points for
minor .parts out of 'ndustrnent. Tho
tun was onp of five days, and the total
number of contenders was forty-pine.
Tho participants wercln two divi
sions, one for owners, as Indicated,
and llio other tor nutoihotllo dealers
Tho latter class was made Into divi
sions, according to value,.the most ex
ivenslvo cars being puf'ln Division 1
slid bolng subjected to the greatest
Mileage requirements.1" In 'this dtvl
ljfs)uiyinotherlFranl'u'n'Won first placo
with a pcnalltatlon of only 9 M0
points. This car was entered by I-.
A. Robertson. It Is a 42 horse power
seven passenger touring car. Mr.
Oudgell's car Is a 28 horse power four-
passenger runabout.
Mrs. Oudgcll made the trip with her
husband. One; of her arrangements
for meeting the conditions of an en
duranco run was the provision of an
old fashioned blue sunbonnet, with
which when out on the road she dis
placed her bat and veil even at the
risk of being called "Sunbonnet Sue,"
her name happening to be Susan. A
number of other women took the trip
among them being Mrs. Elmer Faros-
ley, Mrs. 8. B, Bell and Mrs. B. O.
Shark In another Franklin.
The run was to Junction City, Kas ;
Lincoln, Neb.; Omaha, Neb.; St.
Joseph, Mo , and back to Kansas City.
In the construction of a sixth story
for one ot the larger bnlldlngs of tho
automobile H factory of the H. II.
franklin Manufacturing Company In
Syracuse, N, Y., tho floor space of tho
paint shop Is doubled, the additional
story adding 1&.900 squaro feet.
With this enlargement the manner
of enameling , ovens has been In
creased, from three to eleven, thus
moro than trebling the oven apace.
Tho now ovons are all of brick. The
rubbing deck space has been doubled.
Air jackets are a new constructional
feature' of the Franklin automobile en
gine. Encasing cash cylinder, each
serves as a tunnel through which a
cooling current of air Is drawn from
the head to the base of the cylinder
by means of a suction fly-wheel.
Theso air jackots havo a double
function In cooling They not only
direct tho current of cool air In the
way In which It will be most effective,
butUhey serve as heat Insulators so
that a cylinder does not take on the
heat thrown off by another. By meant,
of the air jackets and their accom
panying features the Franklin cooling
system for 1910 shows a marked ad
ance In efficiency.
The hold which the motor car has
upon the life of tho American met
lopolls Is Indicated by the fact 'that
for the period since Aug. 1 the sales
of motor cars by the New York
branch ot the Franklin Automobile
Company has Increased mora than
400 per cent over sales In the same
territory for the same period last
year.
On day during that period there
was' done ' the greatest amount of
business -ever, transacted during the
history of the '.branch, which a un-
Idar
the management of W. 8. Jewell.
4 i-- . M.A.lr il.aH fal.
don't Taft will Introduce tha new Is
sue of Studebaker automobile front
the Btudsbaker-Garford factory. Tha
InSthat during his stay In Oakland
bewlll be carried from the different
pofnts about the city where he will
4tber dine or deliver speeches, lay
cornerstones and perform a hundred
other duties. In one of the new Stu
debaker cars, 'the latest model from
tho factory, which In the parlance of j
me factory is Known as me muae
baker 07.
, 8H0ZTSP0BT8. ,
Sea wren salllngls creating a lot of
Interest and! now thai Major Riley has
got his boat out ot the (water and fix
ing her 'up for the race on Sundrfy, It
sppears that the sport Is going to .boom
In style. Dr. Falrweather Is looking
lorward to his wren being completed
before long' and several other persons
are becoming Interested In the art of
sailing a small boat.
Thero will be a meeting of tha Oahu
League tonight at 7:30 o'clock In C.
F. Chllllngworth's office. The meeting
promises to be a lively one, If li comes
off, as certain matters are to be dis
cussed that are of vital Importance to
tno league.
McCandiess. captain of the High
School football .team, will probably
n'otbo able to play tomorrow owing
to a sprained back, ,
Abe Norton, of the Highs, sprained
his ankle on Tuesday last and may be
out ot tbo game for the balance of the
season. '
FIFTY MILLION MORE
FOR PANAMA fAMAL
p
Enormous y Allowance Is Asked for
Next" Year's Work, on the tJlteb.
Washington, Oct. 9. The Panama
Canal Commission has submittod to
the Secretary of War an estimate of
appropriations aggregating 148,063 524
for work, on the canal during the fiscal
year beginning July J, 1(10, Of tha
amount asked for ' $15,504,038 Is for
skilled and unskilled labor, and 920,-
21S.983 Is (or materials and supplies
used In construction work, The total
appropriations, made by Congress up
to this time, on account or me canai
are 8210,070,488. ,. ,
Colonel Ooethals, chairman and chief
engineer of the Commission, has de
clared tho great waterway Will be com
pleted by January 1, 1915, and has es
timated tho total cost at $875,000,000.
The' unusually largo amount asked for
the hew fiscal year, tt Is said, Is due
tVtho fact that work on the waterway
Mm filtered a mora advanced siaae.
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AMUSEMENTS,
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pFERA HOUSE., OPERA HOUSE. OPERA HOUSE.
Wednesday Evening, October 20th, Thursday Evening, October 21st,
Saturday Afternoon and Evening, October 23rd.
Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
' Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
(Direct from New York)
R0TH1K0-BUT FUN FROM START TO FINISH.
PRICES 25c, 35c, 50c, 75e
Seati on Sale at Bergstrom Music Co.
Honolulu .
Athletic Park
SUNDAY, OCT, 24TH.
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SEATS'
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.10c, 15c, 25o
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EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10 .JO
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ADMISSION ISc: Skates, 15o
Park Theater
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Caught on the Cliffs
It tells of an episode
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