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HONOLULU ST.SJJ.BULLETI, TUESpAY; I)KCr 10,1912.
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Geary Street, above Union Square
' t Europear Plan $LC0 a day op V
V American llan $3.00 a day up .
A --'Hew rteel aid brick etrnctnre.
Every - comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
; jrataa, In the center of theatre and
' 4 retail district. On car lines trans
2 ) t erring to all parts of city. Electric
; j.v ownibu meets all trains and
. i ttamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
' " as Hawaiian Iibuid Headauarters.
: ; . Cable Address rTrmweta'ABC code
- J.H, Love.Honolulu representative.
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' . Unsurpassed Cuisine, Hot and Cold
Baths, most delightful climate, splen
did sea bathing, beautiful sand beach,
magnificent Katiuwaa Falls. ;
OLD HAWAIIAN GRASS HOUSES
" "; 'Beautiful Scenery ' - - ';
-Via the Pali 32 miles; rates reason
: - . X able. Phona 872. '. .v
A. C AUBREY, Prep.
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Army and Navy Headquarters ,
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-,; Special Rates , for Long 6tay
'TREE : SWIMMING, 'TENNIS
AND ; GARAGE. -
: Xor. Wilder and . Punahou
- Phone 3427.
i MRl 'U M. GRAY, ' Manager.
. Sania Barbara ;
NaWy Renovated Cast Metal
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Tcuritt TraiS C:!I;!UJ V
V ' ' Cataa nsasanalla.
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: HOW ADOUT EAT(NG TUR-
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' CHRISTMAS DAY?
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' ' GERMAN, CONFECTIONEnT. AND 1
'. ; FANCY- BAKERY; .
: ' Speciatfy German Bye, sour bread;
German half-fine rye, bread. 11S3
ATakea SW -neAR Bexetania.. Phone
.''! 3793. - V;.;V.V.: .
V Is now located In Its pew builds
lng. ll$-118i IIOTEIJ STREEJ.
General Catering of tha Hlchest
i Class -
Hay's Old Kona Coffee
SEST IN THE MARKET
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If 18 AWARDED niGICEST CCOCS
"; -at the recent California,, Stale
Pair bold at Sacramento:"- ,
A COLD AWARD
A A BLU RIBB05 AWARD an!
. The "honor man last year:
in one or the best . sclentif.c;
schools in the country , was a j
sen. of , parents who were poor;
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: The H year their baby was
born they opened a . "Coiiege
' Education. Account in a saving
bank. They laid aside only one
dollar a week, but when the
boy was eighteen these small;
savings had grown -to a: suffi
cient size lo pay hie way
through a costly college.
One dollar will open an ac
count in this bank ' in your
baby'e name or in yours.
Dank of Haw aii, Ltd.
is Natural completest
food; and choicest bever
It is so. delicate In Its :j
perfection that slight lm ;
purities multiply, rapidly, :
and quickly become harm- '
ful, . . Unclean milk. har ,
bors sickness. , ' " n
, .The cleanliness, purity
and healthfutness of our
milk . Is absolutely guar. ;
anteed. - '
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$12 Corner Lot Nuuann. and JudJ
Sts-, 4Qx73, good. lor store or
!nrtnr'a office. ' i .""
S 500 1 acre at Alewa Heights, good
soil, Fine marine view. ,i
$ 03 Lot ' 100x100 In, Kekio Tract,
, : ?. ; nr. Waikiklt bridge,. V-J- ; ,
Lets at Pnu!tn!,.51e per foot v
P. E R. STRillJCI,
Walty BcIUIs?. ' : S. Els? Street
For Sale !
A few COxlOfl !ots In Nuuanu Valley,
Several line large lots at Kalihl.
Two fine lots with houses at $1000
'and $2000, -lM'v. . ;v
To a. couDle without children. Eroalh
fnrnishedv cottage: bath, wltchen and
-2. rooms, gas and electric light, $16,
J;: E. Schnack
Z7r Merchant Street :
ATTORNEY AT LAW
KapUtanl Cuiidlnf Hanelnl, f.H:
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I ARCHITECT. '
Cattmattf Fornlshed on BuHdlngt
Rates- Reasonaolt, .
lf Eotal Et, Oregom Bldg. Tal t$ti
V Only ttablithment on tha -Island
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
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Your attention is called to the, fact
that wo have 'Just received by last
hoat from the Coast a large shipment
of the best PORTO RICO HATS. Reg
ular price. $5; reduced to $2.60., v
THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
No. 23 Beretanla 6L, nr. Nuuaha Av
j - j FKLDC TIIRRO. Specialist- -.
m IOU InStt " ADVIBX1SI IS
Anywhera at Anyume, Call 0 er
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i t. C. PAKE'S ADYERTISIIfG
tti fiuifta Street tea Pntefjat
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the champion into, the ring when he
wanted him. - :
Little Willie was nut an ordinary
four rounder un to a year and a half
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ago. He was mild and modest and bnt the West Pointers kept pegging
satisfied to keep: on doing the Dest!.w t tha iino ind law worked
he could among the members of 'bis:d , th .v, Dmen'8 twentv-five
own Class. . ' i ney . am nov wane
n m t m - A. A a Zm
seriously at all until he stepped in
with Matty Baldwin and made a good
showing in 20 - rounds, even though
the decision did go against him. . 1
A Marvelous Record
But that is neither.here nor there.
Twelve months from the time Ritchie
walked out of the Daly City arena, the
light weight . champion of the world
and up to the time he had conquered
the holder of the title the mild man
nered little San Franciscan had been
shaded in the only two long distance
battles he ever fought Can such a
records be even tied- In any ring? ;
He reigns supreme as ' the kingpin
of the light weighta today. He put
Wolgast on the broad of his back and
punished " hint so severely that he
made him ; lose his head and commit
that foul which' started another epoch
In ring liistory.
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seven shots, scoring three, and Puna
hou had nine shots and scoring three.
More practice on this point would
have helped greatly. -
The line-up was as follows: ' ; . .
McICinley: Forwards, Erma Worle-
house, Eva Taylor (captain); Centers,
RosIA Holt Margaret : McCarthy;
Guards, Psyche Berry, Virginia. Mc
Carthy. - . ' - ' . ::; :'
Punahou : Forwards, Mele Williams,
Ruth, Soper; Centers, Elizabeth Low
(captain), Marie McVeigh; - Guards,
Ruth Bertleman, Alice Varborough, .
y Officials were, Mr. Walker; referee;
Miss Maud" Sullivan, umpire; Dixon
Nott and Walter Grace, timekeepers.
Second Team Plays . w;.
i. The first game was followed' by a
second team game ' between Punahou
and McKinlev This game was also
won by the High School, with a score
of 21.-3. The.HIgh girls had an easy
walk away. Not :s one . ; basket ' , was
thrown by Punahou. from the ' field.
The three' points were made by shots
from fouls. . A . '
The game ; by , baskets' was as fol
lows:' " - . ' J
First Half ! A. '
Dorothy Walker throws basket for
MciKnley. f Score 2-0. Lizzie Gold
stein throws ; basket for ; McKinley
from .. fouL ? Score k 3-0. Dorothy
Walker, throws basket for Mckinley;
Score 6-0. ' Margaret Jones throws
basket for Punahou from foul. Score
5-1. Dorothy .Walker throws basket
for McKinley- Score 7-L ; McKinley
given one. tpoint and 1 free shoth-for
over-guarding on Punahou'a part No
score from free shot Score 8-L
Margaret Jones throws basket for Pu
nanoa from fouL ; Score 8-2. Dorothy
Walker throws basket for McKinley.
Score ; 19-2. Lizzie Goldstein throws
basket for McKinley i Score 12-2. :
Second. Half i v ; V'V
. , Dorothy Walker Jthrows ; basket for
McKinley Score; 14-2. Dorothy
Walker, throwe- three baskets, for McKinley.-
. Scort,S0-2. : Margaret Jones
throws, basket for Punahou from foul.
Score 10-2.XIzaieGoldstein throws
basket for McKinley from fouL,. Score
2i-3. - ' - -... , .. Ar
These i teamf were also .weak on
uwiob uaBseiB, runauou nau
seven chances "and i scored on three
h"'S, ;'m XvTTi
threa out of: three, making- Punahou'a
total,- score. ; i , X X' :-
The line-up jot Uhe two' teams was
&b follows: X.X . -:;: ; ? 4;.v:; '
McKinleyj: ' Forwards, Ugzie f Gold
stein , (captain), Dorothy Walker;
Centers,- - ..Molly ; Thompson, ; Lucy
Chamberlain ; Gnarda, Rosaline Holt,
Adeline Camara . , . ! ' -X
Punahou : Forwards, Iluth i Ander
son, first, half, Laora. Low second, and
Margarpt Jones; - Centers, Daphne
Damon (caotaln). Mvrtle Schumann;
HAS A ClliCE
Guards, Thelma Murphy, Mary. For-; established by the Department nf Ptib
rest -:"--:;:; . r v ' nc Works shortly. T. K Sea wick will
Officials were the same as for, first be In charge and new, complete equip
team game. : 1 A j nient for the examination of such mat
: ' ' m ' v : I trials as cement, bricks, asnhaltum.
KICKS m GOALS
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Iost instead' of advancing it. Gilchrist
and Brown-dropped back to the twen
ty three-yard line, and with the former
holding the pigskin. Brown kicked an
e5y goal from placement
Middies Play Safe. .
; Breaking the tie so late in the gime
augured well for the "Middies" and Chinery for ships in which a steam
they started to. play, the game safe, turbine and ' a Diesel oil engine are
kicking the ball back every time it coupled to each propeller shaft has
came into their territory any distance, j been patented by Sulzer Bros., of
The Array; realising that there were Winterthur, Switzerland. The object
tut a few minufcajeft, -began to play of . this, unusual combination is to per
dtsperately and made a fizzle ox a! mlt of either j ..coal or oil fuel being
r.umber of forward passes. . used.: When oil fuel is available, the
The.iecond goal from placement fol- j Dieseleugines will be run, but when
lowed closely on the failure of an only, coal, is:, available or when the
Army man to recover a Xnvy punt, the 'Diesel, f engines.' break down 'the tur
ban going to'the midshipmen on the bines will" be ' operated.. There are
Army's twenty-yard line, v The ; West, some obvious objections to this ar:
Po'nt line withstood the attacks of the rangement. In the first place, it
plunging. Navy backs and the midship- means greater weight- of machinery.
men.decidel to have Brown try for an- ' greater space required for machinery,
other goal. With the ball again inu extra; bunkers. to accommodate, .the
f.nnt tho nii nft Rrown droDDed twa kinds of fuel, and Increased, com-
back to the- Army'a thirty-seven-yard,
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line and ' repeated his trick." sending
tae score up to six points' " -;
Tb tw chancea ; the Army : bad to
score .came In : the first and second
periods. The West Point men, after
getting the ball on a kick-off, rushed
it down the .field with almost light
ning speed. Keyea and Benedict oh
j two sprints around the ends carried
, lna , -m w . Phwrin? Hpm the
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yard, mark, where Keyea tried a field
goal. The ball soared high and Just
missed a goal post The Army play
ers thought Keyes had made the
score. ' 'but to their: Intense disap
pointment the officials declared other-wlse.-'
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Army Has Chance A
;Tbe Army'a second opportunity . to
score came in the early, part of the
second period, j The Navy found the
Army line hard to penetrate and the
signal was given to punt Leonard
ran back and took the. pass, but: be
fore he could ; get -off his ; kick the
Army'a. big forwards broke through
and blocked the punt There was - a
wild scramble to get the ball as it
rolled toward the Navy goal line and
two or three players, fell on . it as it
crossed, the fifteen-yardmark..It was
found that an. Army man had recover
ed the ball and then the- cadets - in
the south stand shouted for the, team
to score,', Ai.o-Ai- ; k v.
The Army hit the . Navy, line and- it
failed to budge and in the next scrim
mage, there. was a fumble and. a mid
shipman fell on ; the ball on his own
twenty-yard, line. . Without', taking- a
chance on a possible fumble the Navy
promptly: kicked out of danger to the
Army's forty-fouryard, line and after
that the West Point .team; never got
sufficiently, near the Annapolis goal
line even to; score on the "Middies."
Resort, to ? Straight, Playa 4 Vi ' V -;
The game was fiercely but cleanly
played. No startling Innovations were
uncovered Cby ( either team, both "re
sorting most of , the time, to straight
plays.. ; The; forward pass was a com
plete failure. It was frequently tried
by,, the. i West Point team, and failed
every. :, time the - ball 4waa - hurled
through' the air. ;;,
.v : The: line-np; ' , X A, A -; .
Army " ; Positions Navy;
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Wynne . : ; ?!ilA. v. A . . v.
Weyand .V. 7;,..,
AA':W A --Centet AA- AAXx
Purnell ; ;;t?. . ; 7. . Vra ; ; Perry
, -Right Guardvi .
Devore- (C4wX . . r.-. . T T.TRalsf bn
AAAft ight End -Ar 1
Markoe. .i; ;v ;; i.V; , Gilchrist
v " ! ; -Quarter Back . ''
Pritcnard A (Cant.) Rodes
; : . Left Half Back , ' 'I
- - i Right Half. Back. ..., :... 1
Bened ict A r. i '. '. i v A. -. . McReavy
' : - FuUr Back A- X's - Ai I
Keyes 'A.:. .. .....,. Harrison ..
Substitutes Navy: Oyeresch - for:
Ingram. Vaughn for, Howe. Bedman'
for . Ralston. Ralston 1. for Bedman. j
Army:- Hoge"' for " MerrillatJ Larkin
for. Wynne, MHburn for Hobbs. Hobbs, I
for Milburn. Lanpier , for Keyes. I
V ScoreNavy 6, Army 0. Goals from
placement, Brown 2.' ' A A
Referee W. S.' Langford, Trinity;
- Umpire Dr. A L. Sbarpe,' Yale.; -'
Linesman A. L, . Bmth, Pennsyl
vania. '' )i :. - - Ai X-X:.-: XX',
. Time of periods15 minutes. r .
EMPLOYED BY BOARD
R R Park, wharf and dock engineer
i ZLk k- it.k.j
end. at present eagagea ny, tne Ha-
wall Joan f una, commission, has been
acquired by the Department of Public
Works to take charge of the general
hyrbpr improvement: scheme here. Un
?er r Assistant Superintende.nt A. C.
Wheeler he wiw prepare estimates of
the cost of the proposed harbor im
provements in the Tepitory. He is ex
petted to arrive heref from Hilo to as
sume his new duties. ' ;r -X
: K testing laboratory, where the qual
ity of all materlils med In public con
struction will be determined, is to be ,
Coal, and fuel oil has been ordered.
. The new Mexican - minister of the
interior is convinced that the rebels
in many districts 'would give up the
fight If it were not for fear of execu
tion. . He; -will attempt to get them a
promise of amnesty from Madero.
STEAM TURBINE ...
. AND DIESEL ENGINE
An arrangement of propelling ma-
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M'' r7' '
Prof. Thos. B, Still." (
man, MA, Ph.D. : ' ? I
; Th well-known rerph
ehml( of 8tTB' In-.
stitute, write : "The
' chemical anion of the
. ponstitueuta of Snto-:
fro it true one, repre
- aent&tlre of the hi sheet
' Mkill in the formation of
. .. prodnet eontainins
' phOMphortMift in.. the, or
gaolc phosphate condi
tion, and m combined,
that di(rtkn and assim
ilation ef Sanatogenare
rendered complete with
freateAt eBe.". .-; :- . -
' C. H. Sloekton ,
Rear-Admiral U.S. Nary
and- Pre. tho. Wahlnr
ton University, write :
"Some time airomy phy
sician recommended fean
atoren to be nned' in my
family. After jjiinr It a ,
fair trial. 1 am thorough
ly convinced it la mast
excellent for the nervea
and an invigorating
Harrison Fisher ,
' The. well-known artUt,
writes t . ! have ned
Sanatotren from the first
. of the year, and I nnd It
' a wonderful tonic- I am
' recommendinir it to my
overworked friend." .
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services are not usually In doubt, as to 'j
rwhether 'or not ' Uiey ; can obtain oil
fuel, and for them the advantages
of the combination are not very clear.
Size ; 2x4
Size - 3xC
Size v 3x8
Size ' 4x8
Size 8x10 ft
Size? 8x12 ft.
Size 9x12. ft
Size 10x10 ft.
Size 10x12 ft
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Size 14x14 ft
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Pere's a jpracti Holiday, suggestion some IIctt Hujoj for
Christmas." To make 'buying specially: attracve .7 e of fer ;ti:3
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Best Chinese and Japiese Mattgs Reduction of 10 per bent
. Few Japanese Blue d 7Mte
MESSAGE of assurance that help;
( , x is at hand when your nerve-strength
Once nerve-health is
social strain; .worry, or the inroads of disease, your nerves
announce their inability to meet normal, demands. They
have become exhausted stated-drained, of their viti..tyv '
Before the balance of health can be ' restored your '
nerves must.be satisfied-their hunger appeased their -Vitality
and vigor restored, : ,
Disturbed indigestion insomnia, physical Ixz
Jesuits of nerve starvation the sure sign- thst A tonic i .
. needed!., i Ant; ; ' x. " r '
SANATOGEN is the
; nerve exhaustion,. Composed of the tyq life-giving, en
v ergizingsubstancesneeded by the nerves purest ilburr;t-i
and- glycero-phosphatert offers them in a combination
that goes direct to the point of trouble the nerves 'then- T
selves. The stomach eagerly
its. revitalizing, rejuvenating elements,, to the
hungry nerve centers, there to complete the
J : work of restoring
Fifteen thousand physicians and a multitude of grateful men and women
Ipcak from experience in describing Sanatogen as the real nerve food. , (
,( TA Remarkable Book FTIIS upon recjur t i
i -.a Tk workof a pbytician-sutbor, beautifully illitrted whifh te!!ayo towe rr! i at frt ;
1d( thiait aboat your ncrvoa tyttcm. Uct wtuch vuaiiy Mct yoar w.itc.u( ti 1. .
' . tbcrctorv.yoooiuht to knw.. This boobalto tell th itory el Saaate'-a cov ' f i i.
4at point friv ol aphy.ieiaa.trat thtt aay Uytaaa cn aadrMaa.4 it. Am Ut rAU "f
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Sahatostn is tslJt ia'thrcs tizts, $1X0, $1X0, 2X0
Sanatozen rowtymr druxiistttjw tiltunaiU from
The tramp .steamer" finds, itself forced
16 use all sorts of fuel, accordlns to
its port of call," and' therefore stand3
most irt. need?ot.the.c6mLInatIca:rra-
"; :.P7-:: - '-
Reg . $
Reg. 1 . 2.0O
A m 1
3.4 I Reg.
4.70 L Ref.
C.13 ' Reg.
Remimnt Linoleums at Special
17T S; KING STREET
disturbed due to business or
real the ef ectual ar.s-.ver.
absorbs Sanston s.i-.r. j
the jzJrd nerves to T.r-'.tn.
Aim, unt ifo rtctipt rict. ir.
chlnervr-bat ona wcuU ez"
th etriple objection. . c'; ir.:rc-:
weight, spece, and 'corr.plcs!: wcul
be fatal to 1L llancie.-ter. G.
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