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m 1 i THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU. WEDNES 'tj ,( y C r'TG " " " ' " 1 1 - . , i i ; 1 i 0 JJ i 5 I'! LTDv HIKING INTERFERES WITH PLANNED BOOTS There is a iii-v so apper in the i,n.- ' sailing i mm me i-ami oi i ue ooumeru Cross. Hi- is ; heavyweight and an j Australian and knows how to work with I his .lukrs. Australia is the land where tii." kangaroo grows and "it is a well- j known fact that many a prizefighter J as learned a trick or two from a live- Jv kangaroo. Hall will show them j. ,..,.. riling in Honolulu worth seeing. ' If,, weighs 17." pounds. ; Promoter Love wants to match Hail vrirli Gerge Nelson. lut that is not as vet decided. Love has numerous plans for ""'1 scrapping, out it hap pens tn.lt some i't ti:e neatest serappe s are soldiers and mosd of tin1 soldier- are about this time busy "hiking." When the hiking is over there will be time to arrange a bunch of good meet ings. Love will try to match Joe MeGuru with Soldier McColIough. and Jim Hoao with Trooper liauersoek--. George Nelson fought Pat Cornyn in j bis first go here and was knocked out. Love's idea is to make the exhibition an inexpensive luxury, admission run ning from fifty cents to two dollars. SHILLING BEST JOCKEY, SAYS SAM HILDRETH XEW YORK. September 10. The best race horse of the year, according to a facetious remark recently made byt Sam llildreth. who tops the list of winning owners, is Carroll Shilling. Hildretli owes a lot to the ability of this star rider, and 'but for his engage ment at a big salary early in the year, when the outlook was not any too bright, many a valuable purse might have gone to some one else's credit. Shilling lias surely proved himself a wonder as a race rider. He has won more races than any other rider and wound up the season by landing the Futurity, adding $2.-,no to the 11 U drerh bank roll and making his own lac Alurphv, Jlareuevil titz and the rest nt tltem j are irrclined to stint the praist due ing on the ground that the riding! talent this year was verv poor They say in the old days, when there were fix or a dozen riders all in the same notch. Shilling would not have figured in comparison. Despite this, many of iT the present dav horsemen regard Shil ling as one of the best race riders they ever saw. He has a knack of getting a lot out of a horse. He could win ! on horses that other boys could not make extend themselves. So remark able was his ability during the recent meeting at the Spa that it was often said that he could make a 2o cent hore beat sake animals. "He can get s'mv.'' as they say on the track, and th r is ii-iif (f the race. Anv oi her bov but Shilling on Novel ty, and the rich Futurity would almost certainly have gone to llashti. Sam llildreth knew this, and that is why lie kept the boy on the ground, at a cost of .to' so a dav. so as not to run the rik of having him set down and his services lost on Futurity day. BURNS TO TAKE LACROSSE TEAM TO AUSTRALIA TlRoXTO. S- tember P.urns't. P" Noah the former I oil: m V luero-s,. player and heavv- nploii pugilist of the organized an Indian la a trip to Australia, has ag.-r and coach for tie ir'thv ot" the Torontos, that his populaiity, attraction of a team of ns. would mean heavy antifiodes. and the trip w-.r. i, ... Cros-e t, en-riU,.,! oiitfi- j: Tunni' -with th. 'anadiai business Will be when th. summer I, tor it -i ' figu a ; n ide 'luring the coming winter. u- ra ba as aie enjoying their FORREST CHALLENGES STOUTENBERG b. rere issi, W;'i Pa.-i rolli'r skater, who -an I 'ra n.-i sen, h-is n Sa n Kra !ii i-eo fo ''erg. chain m of the r airv distant from to ten miles. APPROVES BOY SCOUTS -MA' Vu;;k ' f ' ;. i ' ... .; Was :.' ptember -J 1 . The i,'....i-eS eit 's appro :.' ''Coy s,,.. gi t i'l a letter r. : nor of Lieut. . .' I 'owel!, I'l.liciri!: "f !.'.-. it lliitain. " . ' !.!' r : i s ""s: Thompson Set An: ad 'a. lb it : "I believe m v 3 x . . .. i . a i n 011,1 ' ie lnffea j-'ist iu i is reivin-r n urtini 111:11 ui puise niuuiiis;s tih.-jm. ' ' in a Ui fiet f wt tlm ti,;ii;... . 1 ...., ui. , ,.t 'the preparatory schoolbovs of the ; r'10r tnat ttie we .I?; - J". '. ' 1 ' '. - " vicinitv to help it out, and from pres- propose,! bout with . ' '" ' ent indications, when schoolbovs. like -six hours before ring Oldtuners who remember Sloan. Shaw. C Tl,linin,; i 'h t, him and his mana 1 LOOKS LIKE NOTABLE I ! YEAR IN ATHLETICS College Stars Join Clubs to Com-1 pete in National Champion ship Events. i x::v." year U in tvae!- Yol.'IC. Sopremior -jo. The promise's to be a notal !e one ami field sports. 1 Miring the ,t, mr seas, .ii. when the athletes be si:ew their early pert' ormnnces. its predicted the ou'door sea .ei 1 e a remarkable one, both number of n-w men of cliam ' eabi or an.': from fin' seasoned . A good idea of what the out- ill the ex; W. i atkiett d. ior season is to brine; forth can be p redo-to Few of cracks i by the winter performances, the college or athletic club mui-n training for the board flor.r competition, preparing to compete without strenuous preparation and save their energies for the big champion- alp meetings held aunuallv in the sum- mer months, ju jiast years the coll e athletes did not feel inclined to keep on training after their college meets, and as the club athletes rested up in the snrino- it was almost imnossible to contrast the prowess of these two classes. This season, however, promises to be an exception, as a numoer of eastern and western college stars will represent the various athletic chilis iu the country. . Davenport of the University of Chi- ' cago. who made such a wonderful show ing in the western conference meet, will represent the Chicago Athletic As- wijtnn k ilreitHeU- flip nll-7i,er- i,.,n fno'rbnll an,t rn, vnl ? rnm- . e u . x- a- i. uu'.i:', peting for the New York Athletic Club. " "y..M,r , u-r-mne event was sMoilen r.y j I C -- Paull of the Cniversitv of Pennsvlva- so ':1'l,ahI,, tll:1t l st gave it up Cissing of the New York Athletic Club. 11,1 taught one year in Williams ( ol :.. i : ' oir.,' 1 and declare,! that 1'al had developed He beat the starter's pihi. ami Shn. ' tr'n w!': h he graduated in 1 s9). Foot" aggregation. Dukes, the Cornell vaulter; Oilhert, the ex-Yale vaulter, and llartrauft, the ex Pennsylvania hurdler, will compete for the Travers Islanders. Parkinson, the Wesleyan weight man. and Filer, the Ford ham sprinter, are the college representatives of the Irish-American Athletic Club. is reiving on School, can high lump six teet. it looks ; as if they wili be of some use. 1 The Chicago Athletic Association has i quite an array or conege laiem. i ia-i i lev ot the I niversity ot v nicago. nruu j dage of Illinois, Nic Kennard, the es I Harvard athlete; Horner, the Fnivers- AT : .-,1. i ...I ii nll.ronn.l i.prfiiniior - , f. ; ' ' tl one.mile inter collegiate winner this year, and P.yrd of Illinois are a few of the college recruits representing the "Cherry Cir cle ' ' organization. Kams.leil of Pennsylvania, the inter collegiate IbO-yard winner, who is now in England, is expected back in time to compete in the championship meets He will represent some southern ath letic club. Lee Talbot of Pennsylvania State College will wear the emblem of the Kansas City Athletic Club. - r.dwards. the California College hurd ler: Miller, the middle-distance runner of Leiand Stanford University: Scott and I'.ePah. the Leiand Stanford vault ers; Merrian, a weight man. and Smith, a miler from the I n i vevrsi ty of Cali fornia, will represent the Olympic Club of s;i!i Francisco. Martin f Whitman College, who w.on the Vtti-vard Amateur Athletic Cniou title last year; Nelson of Washington State College, who finished second to Martin: Ci'.vil. the Washington State College distance runner, and Kdmnnd son of the Cniversitv of Idaho, last ear's half-mile .'ham. ion. will com je;e for the Seattle Athletic Club. ' With Sheopard of the I risli-American .Mid- tic lull. Pavenport of The m- c-i th!e!ie Association. Fdmundson ami Ci-sing of the I ii.b ill good shai'i New York Athletic records are almost M,:e to be Mo;.:e,i. sheppard 's re.ord I ;eak',!;g j.erforma to-e of the last month i- ;l staiier. Although it is hard to .,,)V one capable of taking the . ,.er'es One 's " u i-aseie. he will be to; -e l to extend himself M the limit ;., wi'i the Nat onal --so yard title at i w Irleat.s in October. !'i;;i' ,.f the New fork Athletic Club, Kivia!. the ciioolloy phenomenon, of -he I-ish Americans:' Taylor of the i !eei"o thleti-- Association and the e.-r reliable Shep: ;.,.vcl. break or Toiuinv ' 'on neSV s ur t-ard will. it is be- line very close b lile mark of 4.1-" 1? . ma Ie htteen vrar- ago. ;i i .-, ;,!l. flic season promises to b ...., fi;l from a compet;tive and ree ,,,-,! 1 rer. !, in.r t.oinf of view, and bv November ft v.-ouU not be surprising to see a gTeaf many changes on the re-oid books (if longstanding marks. WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES OPENS OCT. 18 1 X i i N N A T 1 , i,io. October An- t was made here to.iay ny i-i I commission of the plans iriti. I" is champ will I"' base: be w. ie Phi A: Ti, I'i i g i . id' New s, -wr i p; . Harrison. , 7 . mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmm BIG BULL GAME IT Th"! were two fine bail events j i'd ill Wai.-ilua villa: e o n Sunday ! when the Waial la team won buth n from La ie by !' : In- Kahuku team b't mes. beat i rig the n to 7, and deleatin.' H to S. Scores and lineup- Waialaas '1 '. to 2 ii '. t ' o ." Laics ; V'aialuas ,1. Te' J. Alameda, ss; 1 -L. rii.M-. c: L. A. A J-Vgerio. cf: S. A I' ll': Keonaoti.'i. e lf: 1 1 l) 0 1 n ! o .1. SillZil, a. p: aaie Id if. Si. I" A lame AM a. Lab': Aukai. Kb: llaee.1,.1. lb: Uusse !':.!'. c: ibidela. cf: Sec. ml -ame: Kabukns - - Waiaiuas o - rf: San ( leorg. l I t O 1 1 o ii ' ;i Kami's us ,i ue Gregori rf : is',,w, s.---p: Maaoel. "-. L'b: Moses, p-cf; .laeobs.in. lb. Kdi. ion, it: I'mpir. Teves. -L!e! tencourt. eorer, X 1.4...- OFFERS PURSE FOR MOORE DRISCOLL BOUT W Sll 1 rf;T IV S.rr,OT.,v.vr 'TO Tlia National Sporting Club of London has tfert'd a purse for a. twent v round bout ! letv.-een Pal Moore, the New York ! leather, and Jem Driscoll, holder of the j I.' .. .. 1 : . 1. .... 1 . i. 1. . 1. .. : ..t .. . i.uyusii ieai in-i eiuui cnam. noiisiu 1. .Jimmy IV J: oresl , manager ot Aloore, may accept the offer, but would first like to sign Moore with Wolgast for a ' six-round contest here. De Forest no longer styles Moore a nauiamw oiltiit, a class wnien no out- rew nearly a year ago. When Aloore 1 mer .lein Unseoil in tins city Jasj '1 "". i,.,,, .i i uenei ui mo I'-ntish crack, the absurdity of j billiner him as a 'bantamweight became ; into a tull-blown leather. The truth of the matter is that Moore is a young chap who is growing rapid- : ly. and it would not be strange if he Pinssomeu rortn as a genuine Jignt- ( weight before many months have i passi'M. Ills challenge to Wolgast gives sup- j port to the supposition, as well as the ' lght named for the 1 Dris-coll. 126 pounds ; time, is agreeable w e give you m T huh muni STARTS THURSDAY EVE The nigh tennis tournament of the Manoa Tennis ul will start tomorrow.; ! "t Tonight, as originally planned. ' and all entries will be closed at noon today at K. . Hail & s,,,, V store. The t .hi i na n.t u ; will , : seniles, double, and mixed double-, and w'll be " e o' tiie most : uteres :ig s ri.-- of t!:l" sf.;i-i,n. ! . , LOWERS THREE TRACK RECORDS AT A. A. U. MEET' X MV Yi )K. Si-j-ten l e: .ivei-s Ki.nid to-lay the an a'npiohsi.lr. contests of the At iet roj 0:1- ! ': As-.H-iation -of the A. A. .ii.ed ! y the breaking of tiitee a ri cords in the fr e-mile . We A me er-e A", lion!, ahag of the Ameriear! ; liish-Amerieau A. C, and the failure i of M'-lvin VY. Sheppard to yet nway at ;tle start of the first trial heat of the ! -i-'ri'-vard race, t 1 lionhag practically led all the way in j the live-mile run, which he won easily 1 bv a fifth of a mile in 25:'.''ii 3-0, a new .iintili.au IC1.UIU. TIL. P 1 . - I 101 mer record, was maae ivy u. L. ( '"rter of the New York A. C.. in I .1:1'.") ,' .e iremner ,. I on ir . 1 . . . rooav mane two otlier American reeon N , ;n the same race, the first being L'O: for four miles, leatinir i!0:15 4-fT made by the late William ' Day twenty-one' years ago. and the four and one-half mile record of K. C. Carter, made twen- t v t iiree vears ao. Carter's time then was 22:of) 4 .", but lionhai; todav 111st romped past the m,im ill 'i''-i'! i.t The start in the ouarter -1 . ... . : pard. seemir this, did not leave hit nflRRni Minn mark. lie appealed to Referee .lame,;!l'l,"l'!-', an'l Military Academy, Dan- '. Sullivan to allow him to -o in th" : second heat, but under the rules the i referee had no power to accede, nirl Sheppard was shut out. The keenest rivalrv for club r .oi nt honors existed all through the games. the final point scores resulting in a vie-'.son tory for the New York Athletic Club, ' with seventy-six points against sixty- i nme for the Irish-American Athletic 'J Club. VOUIR ! ! iLjli;1 liL a pretty patternand put Jots of a penect r r ou "SHIRLEY PRESIDENT are the only suspenders vritli th which iE.stan-.Iy respcu-is t3 every movement of .he body .mi relieves all . strain on the shoulders and trouser buttons. This makes " Shirley Fres : " p i cusijsncrirs not on v th comfortable, but thj most durable. Ask your dealer for the "Shirley President" Suspender the genuine has"Shiriey Presirlenfon the buckle. Manufactured by The C. A. Edgarton Manufacturing Co. SHIRLEY, MASS., U. S. A. OUR CANDIDATES ' lent oi the William Williamson Honolulu Stock and since March of last lo-esi. ear i1 t 1 Pond Exchange year, is a candi- lor the house of reiiresentativ es 011 the JJepubbcan ticket. He has a Los! 0f f.-iends rhr.m..-l1.,iit- the Tsl-.mls ... 1 t large, during the vears i he taught school in this Territory and toured the islands as a alesmam William Williamson is a yoiifcg nftin of great cue; undoubted integrit v. 1 (puck initiative, vigorous ajijd icat ion, clear-headedaess and clean ambitions, i He was born in Manchester, Ohio, thir ' ty-six veats ago, and was educated at first heat of the!1'"-' Manchester High School and Wil- . -t ti. I . . e.r.i ror two years lie taught in the Ken von vlUe. Ohio, then coming to Hawaii in 1 :d teaching for. two years at iU;l!UI cmiege, runaimu. i During the troublous plague times here, in the latter part of 1 and the hist tew months of P.M1D. Mr. William- was in charge of the Moanalua and t ali camps, assisting materially in the discipling of those who had to be seg- - egated on account of quarantine. His .work was effective and sincere and he v 1 - 111 hi m your suit. M-9 A. i SUOT SUSPENDERS hiding cord in the back, A- most TOW S HULL New Dredger for Pearl Harbor Will Have Very Long Journey. With the arrival of 0. C. Ifeckman on the Wilhelmina yesterday in con nection with further development of the dredging operations at Pearl llar- le-r came also the news that a great dredger hull was being built on the ('oast to be sent over here this month. H. W. Atkinson, who is acting for the Hawaiian Dredging Company in the absence of President W. F. Dil lingham, stated last evening that the company had ordered a turbine engine from the Coast and expected it here shortly, and that the hull was being built on the mainland and would be towed across the Pacific. The hull is reported to be very large and rather than ship it in sections it was built strongly and will 'be shipped as one vessel, at the end of a tow line. Just what vessel is to tow the hull is not stated. Mr. Heck-man will in still the machinerv in the- dredger. Von much praise for ms earnest atten- tion to dutv. For five vears Mr. Williamson travel- ed these Islands for the von Haniin- loung Company, as salesman. During these busv vears he became well ac- quainted with' the Islands and the Is- lands gathered a favorable impression of him. Now Mr. Williamson is engaged in the stock and bond business, with of fices on Merchant street, and is con- sidered an acquisition to " the street." ami a;iu uive 53 Every pair jlj guaranteed ''' I iw Avoid rl' I f Inferior f I V Imitations j I X E re. i-i 1 lai r