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(- ARE TURG SVIFilY
; Bradstreet'a for Norember 2 con-1 creasing, andcolder weather through
tains the' following cheering review of out the vest, northwest V fff south
. - . t , . , . west has greatly stimulated retail
the trade situation. , ; ; , j trade btIt tn the East, as veil aa in
: Trade movement, considered in a ; parts of be tar northwest, unseason
collective . sense, show no, material sbly ' Ugh, temperatures have' retard
hesitancy becaose of the imminence sales.- Coal is selling: up to, the
cf the presidential election. While Ut; abhity ,6f the. railways ., to : tarnish
is true- that the ; week has -witnessed, carg ; car, shortages are growing thus
"more talk than usual regarding , polit-; canslng complaints to emanate from
jcal Issues, and although some buyers ; various ; lines; rail Way' earnings con
are disposed to wait until after Tues- tinue to increase ; " paucity .of labor
day; night, this feature looms' smaller etni restricts operattonsespeclallr in
than ' In most .presidential years.7 In . textile lines; cereals continue to move
the great surplus?-cereal producing' to market in, large olnme, and cot
sections buying continues unabated, ton ) picking; and i ginning ' is at its
and; it is ' only in the east that there j height, the product of the gins being
is a tendency to mark tlme but there, ' tcarseted as fast as turned ouC :-y:
as elsewhere, business U strongly - The wheels: of-industry continue to
buttressed . "with orders; f previously; move at ? a." swift pace. In the Iron
booked. The" integral ; feature of the and steel lines a sold-ahead condition
feltuation can be encompassed in the prevails; and material for railway and
statement that;: there ; is need for equipment concerns Is being taken. in
goods and that stocks with ffrst hands liberal quantities. jThe railways re
are llgbU the shomge ; of labor to- alize that equipment 'plants are crowd
gether with iieavy ; consumptive re- cd with orders,; and, in fact, one road
quirements having made for under- has placed orders for cars which does
production. Of course, as always, not call for delivery until August ?ot
there are .' some : few .laggards, but next year. Buyers' of tin-plates, hoops
these, form negligible factors i!t a bus- and plates are .looking as far; forward
Iness circle that has so many. of the as the third-quarter' of 1913. Winter
elements of activity.. But as matters wheat, has been benefited by I rains
stand. Jobbing trade . in the north- $ arid, snow;- and the crop has received
west, southwest and middle west" coa tn 'auspicious start, he. best in years
tinues exceptionally good;; those from for "this .season. Corn husking j gives
Texas points being ;pre-emlnently sor yields 4 that suggest a jrecord' crop-
whfle in the east , buying from, jsb- one that ' will probably greatly exceed
ters ls of he 'small-lot but frequent i three billion bushels ;f.- . v
type, principally ? through the mails. j , . Collections, thanks to . crop returns,
Throaghout a large I part of the spell improvement, save ;' In a,, re
Koutb and on' to the Pacific Coast im- stricted area "of the" souththe lower
proyemjent is .mirrored forth, though Atlantic . States, for .1 instance but
in : the : lower south v Atlantic States -Texan points, where cotton and- cer
t hings are dull, - this section being eals have furnished bounteous yields,
about the only, backward part of the indicate that; payments are" the best
country, for which condition a poor In years.; Money, Is In active demand,
tnd s late cotton crop Is mainly ' re-' calls from the interior are yet heavy,
sponsible. Staples furnish the back vend rates are very firm, call Joans jn
bonerof current demand, but business the principal eastern market having
on spring .. account; wsave in a few, reached the highest point of the year,
rones,- continues to expand, and 1 in The stock ; market has presented varl
lines Into which' ' wool enters, mill able aspects. declining early owing to
agents are booking some contracts for ; the disturbed - financial l situation in
next fall. . In the "; country districts - Europe-an 1 incident - of the ; Balkan
where cereal crop money is circulate Imbroglio but . toward; the close of
I ng, buying is UbcraL y , ,the week a stronger undertone devel-
- Demand for holiday- goods , is In- oped.: . , . .;"ly xy c:' '-V:f'
f ILKKiy kiluiil: "ft
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came his wfay, while .his partner won
the points by fast' placed shots.
In the second round . thePapalkou
couple came near finding their, match
In Aitken and Thrum? of Olaa, Thrum
played a very clean game and Aitken
also did good work.-The Olaa couple
tooSt the first set by a score of 2-8,
tut were forcei out latere in.twp. harA
sets, 9-7, 7-5, which found them rather
tired out, while ther opponents, though
ttey had. finished a hard : match . but
a hort time 'before, were in good
shape.. .'.,'; ; ; '' ;
Anderson and Silver Shine. VCrV!
In the semi-finals Anderson and Sil
ver again made a fine showing, forc
ing ' the last -set to '8-6 before Irwin
ad Clarke scored Va! victory, . Ander
son's playing caused loud applause
again and again, while Irwin did fine
back court work, placing clean and
hard. 'In thebther semi-final . match
Boyle-and McKenzIe appeared rather
out of practice and failed to put up
their usual game. Both lobbed short
a number of times, which allowed net
smashes from : Conncss and Wlllfong.
The latter were stronger on the ser
vice than, the pair from Konokaa.
The great success of ;the day :wa
especially due to A. Lu Moses, of Lau
pahoehoe, -who- had charge ef all ais
rangements and.not a hitch resulted.
He also had arranged the weather
conditions .perfectly and - rain,., which
had been falling during the morning.
win xand r Clarke beat Anderson :- and
Silver, A, 8-6.;;' ' '.tis.-. ..;
' Finals hrw In and, Clarke :beat Con
ness and '.Willi ong,. 7-v 6-4, , V C
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back, "used, considerably at;. Yale. Is
another device for ; Increasing the
speed of a playi The speed of a play
depends . upon the amount' of time the
runner takes to get,. to. hit the line.
Anything , which prevents, the runner
from ; concentrating j hl3 whole atten
tion upon this essential is bad.? The
direct pass is bad in this respect be
cause, instead of removing all respon
sibility from the runner by" permitting
the quarterback to feed; the ball to
him, the runner must think of getting
the ball before he gets to his hole, and
if the direct pass is fin ke, lightest
degree untrue hesiafton' on the . part
of the : runner results , and the sjeed
of the' play Is negatived. - .'v ' ;
v The only sound, sure and swift, man
ner of feeding the .ball to ;tbe back Is
through the medium of the quarter
. With the return tp straight football
will come the sustained attack, It Is
likely that we shall see more"goa! line
marchess this year.; When : the offen
sive: team starts on its march . down
the field it will be good policy to wear
down the defense by, the use of a high
ly diversified attack, ' - '.; ..
The defense mu8ts'not be given time
to guess the psychology of the attack
and-In proportion as the distance of
the goal lines diminishes . speed of the
Per Infants and Children.
ALCOHOL 1JPER Ct.NT.
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stopped when play comenced and did-attack should increase. :
doc eiari - again - uit live rainuies al
ter the flnalsewere finished: The um
piring was done by Dr. Fred Irwin,
Messrs. ' flolph and - Loung and - was
exceptionally good, .there . being no
complaints of any kind. . ; . ,
The Summary.'1 r- ; ..v
First round La wson and Johnstone,
Ookala, beat Payne and Koeling, Ho-,
nokaa, 7-9, 6-2; 6-1 ; Conness and Will
fong, Hilo, beat Williams and .Moses,
Loupahoehot, ?, 6-4; .Hiserman and
Young, . Hilo,; bye; Boyle and McKen
z(e, Honokaa, bye; Anderson and Sil
ver, Papalkou, beat Vicars and Vicars,
Hilo, 7-5,' 6-1; Aitken and Thrum, Olaa,
beat Brown and Fraser, ; Honokaar by
default; - Yeaman and Andrews, Hilo;
bye;; Irwin and Clarke bye. k v r
Second ; roundr-Cpnness and Wlll
fong beat Lawson and .Johnstone,: 6-1,
6-1; Boyle and. McKenzie beat Hlssef
man and Young, 6-4, 6-2;, Anderson
and Silver beat Aitken and Thrum,
2-," 9-7. 7-5 ; Irwin: and Clarke beat
Yeaman and. Andrews, by default -
Semi-finals Conness :and . Wlllfong
beat Boyle and McKenzie, 6-2. 6-3 Ir-;
T. ROOSEVELTrSAYS - :V
CAUSE VyiLL YET JRIUMPfl
OYSTER BAY, NAY. Nov. 5.
Shortly before midnight Col. Roose
velt made the following statement:
." "The American ; people, by a great
plurality have decided in favor of; Mr.
Wilson and the Democratic party.
Like all good clflzehs. I Jaccept the re
sult with entire godd humor and con
tentment, r Aaforv-thev Progressive
cause, I can only repeat what I have
already , so many times said; the fate
of the leader for. the time being Is of
little consequence; 4but the cause ; It-
j self must lb the end triumph, for its
triumph is .essenttaT to the well-being
of the American -people; "r-r ;::
, rTHEQDOR& ROOSEVELT.' -I
At i the same-Ume:he Issued , ? his
statement, .CoLv Roosevelt sent the fol
lowing telegram tov; Wilson; " :
- !The American people by-a- great
plurality have tonfetred upon; you the
highest honors In thelr gifU iV r con
gratulate yon thereon.
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Penhurst 'meets in front
and stays that way. It is
noh- sniinkable, has the j
; strongest of: buttonholes -
and ample tie space. 7
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.' It is reported, that a diamond weigh
ing: 1649 -kafaU ; fias been' found in
South Africa ' ir( the Premier, .mitje,
where; the; CiHiirhrnibTMjwas also
founJ. . "
All the Turkish harems In Constan
tlnople have ;been .transferred to Asia
Minor together; with the archives ol
tne citv. " : ..." . -
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THEY . AP.Z-
SHOULD DGIN TO MERIT CONSIDERATION, .VE HAVT
- . HUNDREDS QF LIVE ISLAND TURKEYS.
V; .YOUNG, TENDER; AND FAT, OP VARIOUS WEIGHTS.
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OF SEVEN DIFFERENT WAYS. .
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the French ctastVnen the Spanish
steamer Arana' sank after a collision
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English' capitalists are to build an
other trans-Canadian railroad, running
through the far North from the Paci
fic ocean to the THudson Bay.
The ' suffrage movement was de
feated by the 'House of Commons by
a large vote.; The : suffragettes de
clare . they "Will etal iate by organizing
outbreaks In-Ireland. S c - :'v.
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LARCE ASSORTMENT cf htlly
decorated boxes, ritens, cum
stickers and sj;;:;l!:r. f:r
! Offering at a bargain for a few -,
days, and AC not sold will be. .
returned . to ;San Francisco I be-,
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