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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1901.
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Now that Thanksgiving Day Is ap
proaching, hero aro a few Items which
ought to Interest you:
Full Bleached Table Damask, four handsome patterns to select
from, 70 Inches wide, good value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 72 Inches wide, for 60c per yd.
Others at 80c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 per yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 inches, $1.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth $300.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, $3, $3. 50, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and $1.75 per dozen.
Now on .view In our
storo will be Riven to
tho most popular
child. A voting tick
et will bo Riven with
each cash purchase.
We have also a gooJ assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
In sets for round, oval, long and short
square tables, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
Diraitics,Lawns and Batistes
regular value, 15c and 2ocrryard,toclose
at II (or $1.00.
HER HORSE RUNS AWAY
AND UPSETS CARRIAGE
Lieutenant Leslie Receives Injury in
Stopping the Runaway
the Horse Disjoints '
Miss Mabel Union daughter of Mrs.
Arthur Coyne anil bookkeeper of
Coyne's furniture store, was thrown
Iiom her carriage In Hcretnnla strett
yisterdny alternoon anil severely hurt,
Sho wan driving a spirited horse, and
I the animal beenrao frightened by thu
passing 01 nn omnintis mien witn noys,
who wore blowing horns. Tho hnrso
started nt n galloping pace but kept
to the mad until past Alapal street,
when the buggy struck the curb ami
overturned, MIhh llruns being thinwn
cut. She received some cuts about tlui
head and face, and was slightly Injur
ed In the side, llnpplly, no bones
weie broken nnd Miss llruns win uble
to walk when picked up. She was tak
en Into a friend's carriage and convey
ed to her home, In Magazine street.
Lieutenant Leslie ot the mounted
patrol had pursued tho runaway nnd
managed to get hold ot tho reins. He
called nut to Miss llruns to let go the
lines, as ho had control ol the horse
She evidently did not henr what tho
patrolman was paying. And the horse
was pulled In ngalast tue curb, strik
ing n telephone pole with such vio
lence ns to break It off eight feet from
I.lcutennnt Leslie's hand was cnught
between the horse and the pole and
severely bruised. The hoise hail n
leg put out of joint but lint blokeu
nnd Is under Veterinarian Shaw'i
CUNHA AND CARTER COME
TOGETHER ON GRIDIRON
Punahou Club Scores a Victory Over
Honolulos Score Was 29 to 6
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NEILL'S EARLY EXPERIENCE
Jomes Nelll tells a good story of ono
or his earliest experiences In the the
"It wns my first season the stage,
the manager and a member of a repcr'
tolre company, and we happened nlong
to the town In question and nsked fur
terms. The nrrangements were en
tirely satisfactory and the company
wns billed to appear the next night.
The manager was in great glee. 'We're
good for a big house, sure,' he told
me. 'There hnln t been no good shows
down heru fer the longest time, nn
then Its buy In day an there 11 be a
passel of folks In town."
The manager of the opera house In
this little town, by the way. was au
admirer of ait to such an extent that
he would make any sacrifice to Indulgu
Ills ronduess. The opening night ar
rived and the demand for tickets open
ed very brisk, t played n small part
appearing in thu first act nnd being
killed by the villain; went back on
the stage to don my mnke-up for my
Bhort appearance. In grent glee. The
musicians drummed out the usual
overture and tho curtain went up.
When 1 caran on the stago I was al
most struck dumb to note tho sllmness
or thu house. There were not more
than one hundred people In sight, and
there had been promise of a crowd.
As soon as Ivgot through with tho
first nct-I washeJ and rushed around
front. In tho lobby or the theater was
a crowd of perhaps 00 people appar
ently awaiting to get in the theater.
Letting myself In through the box of
flco I went In search of the nmnauer
I found him seated In the center alslo
and hugely enjoying the second ait ot
the play. ' v
"'What Is the matter with you?' 1
asked, In anything but a gentle'tone:
'why, there are L0 people out there
trying io get in!
"Oh, that's alt right.' replied tho
manager, 'They can't get In; I locked
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Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
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OmUi i la Fie Sllki nt Gri Llnu. Cbln.M nl Ji.pi.MM Good! ol All Kill,
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Washington. Nov. 16. State Senator
Stranahan of Oswego, N. Y after his
call upon the President, touay, mado n
statement which In part say a:
"rresiueni uoosevclt today tendcicd
mo the office of Collector of Now York,
with the understanding that I shall
assume Its duties April 1 next. Such
an arrangement would permit mo to do
my winters work at Albany. The of
flee of Collector eomes to mo abso
lutely unsolicited nnd I may say with
tho cordial concurrence of tho Presi
dent and Senator Piatt. No kiil-cok-
tlou as to my policy In the oftleo has
ueen madu to me, orconditions coup
led with tho appointment, except that
I give tho host possible administration
In my power. In tho belief that in
faithful public service is to bo found
the greatest advantngo to one's par
ty." During tho afternoon Mr. Strnnahau
called upon tho members of the Civil
Service Commission and had nn ox-
tended Interview with them. While
no uetnns are given out, tho member)
of the commission cxmcBsed them
selves after the conference ns Imlni?
of tho opinion that tho civil service law
would bo enforced strongly lu tho of
flco of the Collector of Customs of
New York. In which Mr. Stranahan
iah.es iiih position as tho head.
LAWYER WAS DISBARRED.
Washington. Nov. 1C Secretary
llllchcock has disbarred William C.
Uudures. an nttorncy of Sturgls. 8. D
from practicing beforo tho Interior De
partment bccariso or criticisms alleged
to havo been mado by tho latter on
tho lato President McKlnley. Ilu
durcs said, when ho learned of the
shooting of tho President:
"I nm glad or it. and I hnpu ho will
dlo. as there wl.i bo ono tyrant less.
Tho lawyer offeied explanations, but
Mr. Hitchcock declared them unsntls
That Hacking Cough Is a sourco of
annoyanro to yourself and others, ui
well as of distress. Ily .taking a tea
spoonful of PA1N-KILLKR In half c
glass of warm water or milk every hour
or two, you will bo sin prised to find
how quickly tho cough will disappear,
insist upon getting tho genuine. Sold
In two sizes. Price 25c and Mc. Avoid
substitutes, there is but ono l'alu-Kill-rr,
The football game on the campus nt
Onhu College yesterday afternoon,
white not up to the mark In the mat
ter of play, was brimful ot exciting
events that certainly made the two
thousand or more spectators feel that
they had received their money's worth.
The Punnhous won from the Honolulu
Athletic- Club by the score of 29 to C.
The Honolulu, scored one touchdown
In the first half, (lleason crossing the
line nfter n run of ninety yards, well
guarded by lllalsdell, full bark. This
was the best play ot the day and tho
people went wild with enthusiasm.
After this, the Honolulu boys did not
again see l'unahou's goal,
While on Wednesday night, the
Piinnhou bos were the favorites
among tho betting fraternity, on
Thursday, this changed a little and
the Honolulus were favorites In a
great ninny localities. The natives
lacked the Honolulu boys unqualified
ly but the wearers of the white and
red showed thnt It Is not nlwnjs weight
that wins. They were slow nnd In the
nt ond half, played out perceptibly,
whllo the Punahous had only begun to
git their wind. Then, too, they were
handicapped by the loss of two good
The game started promptly nt 3:30
oMock with Oeorgo It. Carter ns um
pire mid Charles S. Elston as referee,
V. M. llrooks was the timekeeper and
II. V. Roth and It. King were the lines
men. The Punahou trnm had the Kn
goal and the Honolulus the Wnlktkl
one. Soper kicked' off and the ball went
out of bounds. It wns brought back
and there was another kick-off. This
time lllalsdell brought It back" to the
26-yard Hue. Shortly after this, Morse
secured n touchdown for the Punahous
but the Honolulus protested vigorous
ly on the ground that the umpire had
raised his stick for play to begin but
had failed to blow his whistle on ac
count of an off-side pl.iy on the part
of the Honolulus. The umpire allow
ed the touchdown and the tlonolulus
continued the game under protest. Af
ter the touchdown, Morse kicked goal.
It was not long before Vlda was put
off the Held for a foul play. He pro.
tisted vigorously but the umpire was
firm and Vlda got out. Ills placo was
taken by Murray, lllalsdell planted
the ball on thn HO-yard line and Kim-
bnll fell on his head. The crowd be
gan to clamor for the removal of Kim
ball but the umpire would not take any
action. Play was continued. A few
minutes "more and Cunha was put off
the field by the umpire for slugging.
Ills place wns taken by Ellis but the
team was very much weakened and It
looked like n walk over for the Puna
hou boys which Indeed It proved to
After the Punahou boys had secured
thn ball on downs, tileason, breaking
through the renter of the opposing
team, took the bnll nnd made tho fa
mous run. of the day which gave tho
Honolulus the only touchdown they
were destined to get. lllalsdell kicked
goal and the bcore was tied. Shortly
after this, the whistle for the end of
the first half was blown and the teams
retired from the field
In the second half, the Honolulus
made no changes but J. Marralltnn
took the place of Downing on thu
Punahou team, lllalsdell mado a poor
klck-orf and Kimball brought the ball
back to the 30-yard line. Tho Hono
lulus, nfter a few minutes play, sub
stituted Aylett for Murray and John
Wise for Isaac Cockett.
Play continued and another off-sldn
piny was decided against the llono
lulus. Tony Marcnlllno took his
brother's place, made several- small
gains nnd.sec.urcd a touchdown. Ho
per kicked goal again.
The game was drawing jtn a rloso
and the Punahou boys saw the neces
sity for quick work If they were to
secure nnnthcr touchdown. Long
kicked off for tho Honolulus and tho
ball wns secured by Waterhouee who
planted it on the BO-yard line. Morse
made a touchdown but Soper failed to
kick goal. The ball was taken back to
the center of the field nnd the Hono
lulus kicked off. Shortly nfter this,
the whistle blew and tho exciting game
Had It not been for the police on the
grounds yesterday afternoon, someone
might have got hurt as the excitement
was nt a very high pitch and It would
not havo taken much for a regular
rough-and-tumble. The sympathies of
the natives were with Cunha nnd when
be went on the field to talk to tho
umpire, the cries from the crowd were
not nil against him. Those who sup
ported his action, felt that Carter had
been partial In his decisions and thnt
he had given the Honolulus the, worst
of the deal.
Tomorrow afternoon, the Artillery
and Mallc-lllma teams will play and
nn the following Saturday, (ho game
between the Honoulu nnd Artillery
teams will end the season a struggles
PRICE . .
Madison, Wis., Nov. !!. The stal
warta Gophers, the fame of whoso Ti
tanic mass plays made them 2-to-l fa
vorites In the betting, went down be
fore the brilliant Iladgers on Randall
Field today, and now Michigan nlono
may dispute, Wisconsin's supremacy In
Western football. The score was: Wis
consin, 18; Michigan, 0.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1C The I'nlvcr
slty of Pcnsyhnma footubnll eleven
defeated the Carlisle Indians this af
ternoon by a score ot IS to 14, Ine one
of the most exciting games witnessed
on Franklin field tnls fall.
Cambridge, Nov. 16. Harvard de
feated Dartmouth, 27 to 12, this after
noon with a team composed ot substi
tutes and without Captain Campbell.
Ann Arbor. Mich., Nov. 1G. The
University ot Michigan defeated the
University of Chicago on Regents' field
this nfternoon by tho scoro of 22 to 0.
New York. Nov. 10. Cornell, 24; Co
lumbia, 0. These figures tell tho down
fall ot Columbia football team this nf
ternoon on tho Polo grounds, where
the Morntngsldo Heights bojs were
outgcrennlcd and outplayed by the
sturdy representatives of Cornell. Co
lumbia put Its very best team Into tho
field for today's game, with ono ex
ception, Harold Wcekes, who was dis
abled by nn Injured knee. Hut It was
not strong enough tu stnnd up against
the splendid team-work of the Cornell
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made n touchdown for tho Punnhous'
and Soper kicked Konl.
Kills kicked off for tho Honolulus
and lllalsdell returned with a low
kick which was again returned hy Wil
liamson. Honolulu kept losing ground
on ofT-nlcle plays. Tho Honolulus got
tho ball on a fumhlo and Cockett car
ried It ten yards. At this point, there
with trouble of some hind In tho center
of the field and Cunha, advancing
from tho lines, spoke In a loud tono to
the umpire. Carter refused to listen
to Cunha, telling him to get oil tho
field or ho would quit his Job ns um
pire. Cunha had been ruled out ot tho
Mine nnd had no, rlgljt to Interfere.
Carter railed to Deputy Sheriff Chill
Inguorth to remove the objectlouahta
tntty nnd this officer, ndvnnclnR with
l.leut. U'hIIo of tho Mounted I'atrol,
(hi or lod Ciinhn from the field.
The I'linnhou boys got tho ball on
downs and soon had It nt tho 2S-vard
lino of tho Honolulu team. At this
point, Cunha again nime out from tho
lines anil the umpire's whMId blew for
tho game to stop. Carter cried out to
Cunha to get off thn field nnd outsldo
or tho lines and then, serine that ho
w'lI not obey, started over towards
him. Ho grasped tho hie man hv tb.
.11 m nnd forced him to tho ropes. Tho
crowd gathered nrouml quickly nnd It
is sum mat in tho inlx-un. Cunha
struck Carter. Chris Holt stenned Into
tho field and snld he wanted fair play.
Holt wns ready to light Cut ho was
escorted nway. The pollco then clear
ed the field.
When this exciting Incident wns
oer, Marealllno took tho ball. The
I'mmhous were given ground on an oft
Bldo piny hy tho Honolulus. nialsdoll
una hurt and carried off tho field. Mar
rallluo mndo a touchdown and Soper
kicked goal. I'uuahuu 18 and Hono
W. Jarrctt took Illalsdell'a place.
I'nrls, Nov. 16. Tho women of tho
French capital havo Initiated n movo
ment which Is expected to Influence
ruturo elections. Their watchword Is
"Defense of property, tho fatherland
and liberty," and they propone to sup
port by Influence and money candi
dates who will uphold their platform.
An influential committee has been
formed under tho leadership of the
wife of Admiral do Cuvcrvllle. and re
cruiting Is actively proceeding. The
women uiMinctly disclaim any cham
pionship of feminism or ...at they aro
seeking to obtain "impossible liber
ties or ridiculous equalities."
They will dovoto spoclul attention
to tho men of tho hotter class who
do not tako tho trouhlo to vote, and
contemplato excluding from tholr
drawing rooms nil who nro unablo to
provu that they have oxcrcUed tb
right of franchise.
A proclamation of tho league which
Is now being circulated rejects social I
Ism and paternalism, demands rccog-
nltlnn if fix. rlcrhtu rtf llr,in.T. .nntl.nra
to choose tho teachers of their clill-1
nrcn, nnu winns up wun a reiorenca
to recent legislation as follows: "We
desire that all consciences may be free
on French soil. Functionaries and
priests, monks nnd nuns nlo havo
oiisc'ienri'H, and o demand liberty
Marcnlllno for them."
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