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f 6 - . - . - KVKNTNO BUf.MCTW. HOWOLOLD. T. II.. MONDAY. OCT. 22, 1906.
The Liitle Ads with the Big Results
Pnuo B, NSW TO-DAY, for New AOh.
(iciitlcmnn wishes board fur wlfo and
cool, (iilcl double loom fur self nml
Iff. handy In Imlli iiinl on car line
Address "Pcrmnuent," Hullctlti.
Wrong Imy for henvy
wages. II. Oilman.
work nt kuoU
A good secondhand buggy.
N ." llulletlu ulllcc.
Salesman and uilleelor for Maul Ap
ply llii Alnken St. 3518-lw
A press feeder,
Aiily nt mice to llnl
Cheap, root, beautifully located, 2 beiN
In room. "h:l lleretnnla, 3l!itf
Cool rooms, hot and cold wnter, elec
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rurnlshed rooms. Rented to mill the
tlmcw. Helen's Court, Ailiuns Lane.
lioiiikrpiliiK riMiniM furnish-
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At CottnRf nroc.
Cotlarei In Chrlslly I.ane. Apply
Wong Kwal. Smith St.. mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms nt 122.1 Km-1
ma St; rent rensonablo . 3101-tI
Furnished rottaee at 1 25 l.uualllo SI
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Newly furrlihed mosquito proof rooms
at 81 Vineyard St, 272-lf
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ec "TAILOR3 WHO TIT"
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Delicious Home-smoked Hams and
Bacon, and Roast' Pork.
Our prices arc Honest Prices but
they do not descend to a point where
quality la lacking.
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Stock of Figured
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SIR NIGEL. A. Connn Hnylo
I A WARNING TO LOVERS, Pnul I.el-
I ri'Hlur Kuril
THE PLOW WOMAN. Hlennnr dales
THE $30,000 DEQUEOT AND OTHER
STORIES. Mink Tualn
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
I 'GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretania sis. japan
rsc and Clilneso Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under-
'taken. Telephone Blue SIR1.
Tnat all men's palates are pltjud
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTTI. and
Tim Wmd.ly IMIIInn of llio I'.vcnlii.
Ilnlli'lin ithiH n iiiiiiplelii suiiiuiiiry nf
llio imv,u o Ihu day, I'or (Hi. yr.
jL. mMtovmmi&ks& .
. . ... . -
IfAII-t irilfllllir Ho champlonslilp of llio second series
VHI Nil I rlllnllAX n,1, lcr- w m,w ,,n' (,rt wl,h llush"
IVUIlM LLILlnUrlJ Midi's Hutchora for the. championship
,,, .i.i...iil I" a nnn' "erica of games.
fULL-T Hi NlUflllV 'th0 feature., of jBJtcrday'fl gamo was
lirrrlll NNllllllllIll tho pitching on the part of speed mar-
1LIMII I UlinilVUUtC nll cniiiiryjttorti,, mil was us
I Tlio follow Ins neeomit of n linaclinll
I game of the Juniors has liecn sent In
liy ono of the fans:
i,n ..,. .,iii,. -,i n, ti,,,,-.
,. " Tirr Li;, . "'
lions furnished the curtain raiser yes
tcrdny nfternoon nt the Mnklkl
grounds at 2,30 p. m. Tho young
Lellcliuas. tho nily bom players,
..r.ii,i -...-.. .... i. ttM.,ai,n., t. I rooiinK in inc biuiiii. iiiu iiuuus iuuh
!?. '"'J " : ' ran: j? ffi.s? .&'Si Ui EgJ?
",",,. " VI. V.'"" ..','w." '":,. "u"V.;
about ib to 20 ,;;,; of ago, nionlAo!118 " Metropolitans promises to
took ton many curves, drops and III'
vhootH out with him, which killed thu
I'lliix. A basketful of stolen bases
nnd errors (ompleted the losers' un
doing. Johnny domes raimht n fine
Knmc, tho best he over dldrln his ca
reer. Also Knlnmil, the captain, who
played a grandstand uamo at second
base. M, p. Huteltho madn an cxcll
Ing t-n'rli at renter llelil, by which ho
(might n fly and slipped, falling on
lift neck, yet still making ft doiihlo
1 play In second bnse. The gamn wns
n- exciting as n ChUngo and New
York championship game. The Pu
I nations walked homo with hands In
I their pockets ntul sad faces. Tho
line up and the sioie by Innings nro
, nH follows:
Scoro by Innings:
1 .1 I R C 7 8 n
Puns o-fi i) 1 no 1 o' ii 2
Y. I'h 0 ll .1 V . 0 U 0 B
I Three base hits ,1, OmelhiH, Chap
Tun base bits-M. Costa, Knhmul,
j Hnerlflcc hits lino and if. Cosln.
' llano on balls Jim Vlerrn 1, .1. Ka
J rlni . Joe. (Ioiiich ..
I Double plays SI. Cnsln to Ijinl to
Knlanul; St. P. Ho'ellbo to Knlnmil.
I Htolen bases Young l.ellehuns S.
I I'linnhniis .1.
Struck oiit-lly Jim Vlerrn 13. .1
I Km Ins I, .loo tlniucH S.
lilts Off J. Vlerrn f., J. Knrlon 7,
In.' domes fi.
I Wild pllth Joe domes I, Joe 'a
I tins .
Pnasod balls- K. I-Vrnaiiilpsj 3,
Johnny (Joined 1.
I lilt by pitcher Johnny (Ionics.
I To captains of iiiunteiir lenms: Wo
i In hereby accept nny challenge. Ad
IdrcHS nil ehnlleugeH to Sir, Jonipilm
I h'ouza, care I lawn. Star, city.
i Tho (HadVH showed a clem pair of
' heels to thu ynchtH Knpolel. Hawaii
mid I i Paloma yesterday nnd took tin
lii hi leg on the handsome nip offered
I by Admiral l!c;kley for the fustcct
I Yesierd.iy tiinved a line day for the
I lute nnd good time was made by all
of Hie jnrlils with the exception of Ha
waii, whii li unfurl Ulinlely hint her Jlh.
'I he Hawaii was right In thu nice up
to HiIh tlmo and had made a good
Thi yachts got away nt !:,'! In a
light easterly breere. 'Hie yachts
jlekeyeil for position, tho Knpolel gct-
' ling away 4ii seconds after (hn gun.
, 'I'll o other boats wcio slow In irosslng
Hie line nnd got nwuy In tho following
Older- Hawaii. Ulndys anil l.i Paloma.
I Ailmlial Ilecklcy was siatloncd ut tbn
I.M.Mtlc lioat elub lo witness tho start
nml ho was cheered by each yneht's
! i lew as t'icy passnil thu boat ejiib.
i The lil.idys cOou showed licMrucliu;
inbilll) nnd oicrhiiiiled the Knpolel and
' lifter I'lit-hliig tho Hpr.r buoy tho ynehta
weio noil bunched. Tim j.tchlH Head
id for the htako boat off Diamond Head
mid nuiiulcd tho name In the following
(llailys, 10;3U; Kup,olcl, 10: in; l.i Pa
loiun, IU:l:':r0; Hawaii, 10:13:0.
It was alter rounding this italic lin.il
Hint tlio Hawaii lost her jib. The
y.ichta headed for thu next make boat
off llaiber's Point, where the Hhertduu
was w locked. All yachts set their
light sills and Increased their speed,
Thu l-i Paloma luiiko her balloon Jili
to the wind and was noticeably lielped
by tame as she began to overtake the
leaders and passed tho leader off the
bell laioy. They raced with tlio Ui
Paloma leading to the tjtnko boat oil
Harbor point nnd loundcd th hiiiiiu
Ul I'.'loma, l.tSO; Gladys, 1:00; Ka
polcl, 1 00. It wuh u hurd light between
llio Kaiolel and (llailys and they both
Marled on thu last leg of tlio iuiiri.ii
which proved a deud licit to tho wind-
wind, fills wan good Balling fur both
nt tlie.t jachts and poor for the l.a
I'aloiu.i which was coon run down.
They m.ido a great Mulsh, tbero only
being 11 minutes difference between
the llladys and Knpolel and llio Ha Pa
loma was 9 minutes 45 seconds behind
The (ilndya covered the distance m
C hoim 19 minutes, I'.l ucionds, which
l good Hulling. '
(.'apt. Petrlo sailed tho (llndys, Hen
Ion the Kupolcl nnd SIncfarlano tho l.a
Tho iii'v was vory halUfnetory nnd
ban lug ihu accident tu thu Huwall waa
all that (oulil io expected. '
Vtbtciday nftormviu tlin Diamond
I lend bull tossors (tucked up iigiiiiitt
thu TwIIlKlils nnd gavo Un TwIIIkIiI
mi nwful hclii, AfU'i- pllliiK up live
rutin In i tut asl Hpusiu thu IllatuouiU
fliilli' ihu eamo wltll Inililceii iiilin
vlillc ail (ha oilier fellows raulil da
n to iinng : men ncinss llio mu
I'Iiomi iiiiei. runs wcio all luuJu In Ul'i
llillllll 111 n t m k hn il MT"
TM Klwn thu Hluiimiiii eiu bu)'4
'tHAMONDHEADS ARE CHAMPIONS
abi ai si -a,-i " Pt
Mingy with hits as a miser with ma
junta. Hut, two scratchy blnglcs were
secured off his, bonders and he caused
nlcven batters to seek the bench. If
Hill can keep up thlH stride he will
make Uuahnrll go conic to heat hlui.
As to, tho game Itself, It proved to bo
a one-sided nnnlr, tho Twlllgnis Doing
out-classed In every department of
IW. Their strongest point wns me
Tho play off between the Diamond
bo a great drawing card. There la
much Interest In Hid outcomo of this
I raguo nnd tho 'games will lie fought
FollowltiK Is tho manner In which
the Diamond Heads put It all over tho
AIlItHIISIl O A
(lowers ef i 3 1 I - 0
Moore, 2b. V 2223
W. Chllllngw'tli. p.r, o 1
r. ChlllliiRw.'lli, ss.0
Allium, 3b, ..
llrook, lb. ..,
U. Desha, rf. ,
W. Deiha. If.
rotal.i 39 II 13 10 2C 11 C
All it 1111 KH O
Joseph, e. ....
J. Slyer, p,-ss.
Lopez, rf. ....
fi. Slyer. Hi. ..
Martin. 2b I 0
Dennis, 3b I 0
TvlaU 31) 3 2 3 2C
W. Chllllngwortli out, running
I.upez out, interfering with ballid
1 2 3 I r. ll 7 l 9 .
, DIAMOND IIKADH.
Ituna I 3 U 2 1 U 2 0 r,-ll
Rase Hits 2 10 3 10 10 213
12 3 1 r. 07 8 9
Hun 0 0 0 3 0000 03
n.iFo mis o noioooui j
Two-base lilt Sloorc.
Three-bnse Illl-W. Desha.
Raerlllco lilts-Joseph. Lopez, Mar-
Ml on Hases-Dlamonds, 7; Twl-
t j a . I V tWHIUJ H1IU lUtHM UVlllllllVUia
I laso on Itills-W Clilllln-worth 4- or "' ll"J nlnllcr of thc llawallan ncn
I. Mr. 4: Deponte. 5 l- "d M-turMy ciimpanr.
U1..1.1. n..l llf 1.1.1111.... -tt. i . " " " "
ciiutn will.- . viiiiuiiKtiiii iu. lit
Myer, I; Deponte, fi.
Innings Pitched Slyer, 3; Deponte
Hits Ooft Slyer, fi; Deponte. 7.
Pask'ed Halls Joseph, 2; Sloses,
Wild Pitch Slyer. 1; Deponte, 1,
llalks- Deponte. 1.
Wml,yr,li?l.,CSri.!;,V,"if.mr i- .
Time of Ihe (lanie-1 hour 3o mill.
Umpire W. Hampton.
Scorer N. Jackson.
tt tt II
Tho first game of tho season will bu
played today on the Oahu rampus be
tween tho Oahu Collego III mid the
llgh School second.
damn will bo called at 3 o'clock.
Following h tho line-up:
Oahu Ccillcgo 111. Sing Chung, r. u.
I,: W. HiHigs, 'I. c. r.; Aloy Soong,
It'apt.) r. I. I.; jChas. CSiitiii. I. t. r.; P.
He llrrlcvlllc. r. g. I.; II. Hind, I. g. r.;
J. (Hgg. c.; T. J, Kiazlcr, q.; H. Ma
goon, r. b. I.; V. denotes, I. h, r.; D.
High School 11. KIcmIiI, r. e. 1.; Scu
vhl, I. o. r.; K. Halley. r. t. I.; T. Ccn
ler. I. t. r.; II. Chllllugworlh. r. g. I.;
SI, Turner (Copt.). I g. r.; J. Uillllnud,
c; X. Hint I . p.; A. Akauu, r. h. I.; V.
Hlcc, I. h. r.; I.. Achcw, f
Tho bcecind game nt the Hall Park
jestcrday waa played between tho Ka
nlas and Stationers and proved to In
(tulle a wnlk-over for tho former team.
When the smoko of battle clcamd away
Hid Kiinbis had 12 runs against tho Sta
tioners' 3. Tho Knalas played a fail
gamo and made but two mUtnkcs in Hi.
held. They wero thc roal thing In tho
paths and stole seventeen liases. Ulu
kou mid Wilcox, tho Stationery but
Icry, wero easy marks to bteal on.
Hollow Ing Is tho score;
AH it HUSH O
...! 3 0 3 1
Einllh, do. .
Hilto, e. ...
...n i o
...li 1 1
...5 2 2
38 12 17 21 12
Ait ii ittt Hit n
lUpOMI, III ,
Jones. 2b . .
Ulukou, p. ,
lleury. If. . .
Uuerro, x, .
Wllcnx, r. ,.
Elimv. if. ..
I 1 1 3 fi
1 1 0 I
o n 0 o
0 0 (I 8
ll 11 II 0
TuUU ,,31 a C 7 21 u
1 II !l I ll i) 7 'J
Uhiih I ll ll I ii a 7 -U
limu a o o I o I 2 - ii
1 2 3 I 0 C 7 S 9
llunn 0 It 0 0 2 I 0 r 3'
Uaso Kill 0 0 II 0 2 1 1 1
Two-liiso lilts (Itterro, l'naluhl.
Homo Huns l'naluhl, Henry.
Uft on Hascs Knnlas, 7; Station
Ilasc on Halls l'aalnbl, 0; Ulukou, 3.'
Struck One I'.inluhl, 12; Ulukou. 9. i
Passed Halls Wilcox. 2; Hilto, 1.
Wild IPtdi tllukou, 1.
Time of l ho Camo I hour 20 lulu.
Umpire W. Hampton.
' Scoter N. Jackson.
I How tlic second hcticn rnucu;
P. W. I
Diamond Heads ...1 4 0
Metropolitans I 2 2
l.usllnnas I . 2
Twilights 4 2 2
Alohas I U 0
:: it :t
Now for n hot fight between the Dia
monds and the lliitcbcrs.
Hill Chllllngwortli is u bccoml Har
it tt n
Today opens the first grldlton baltlo
of the ec'.uiiii.-
n tt a
The yacht club will hold n moon
light crulsa during tho next full moon.
it tt tt
Tlio Soldiers nnd Y. SI. C. A. played
a draw games of Sockcr football Krl
day. :t tt tt
lolanl College will put n iiockcrleani
In tlio Junior League.
H. Crime will caplaln Hie Diamond,
Head sinker l-nni nnd 13. Kcrnandcz
will act as manager.
Your groier wlls Pot Hrcakfat.1 I'ood.
BY lit 1N!) JURY
Tho Territorial drand Jury made IU
leport Knturday lo Judge l.lndsay
nfter being In Hesslon off nnd on for
tlio Inst four weeks. They turned In
cixleeu Indictments, all of which wcio
plated on Hie secret Ille mid nlt.ii In
three cases reported that they had
fulled lo Dud truo bills. Theoe were
nil Chinamen iltargcd with minor of
fences. None of llio eases In which Hie tlrnnil
Jury has brought liiillrtmenls arc of
any gient Importance and all aro mat
ters which have been published In the
papers before. Thero fcciiis to havn
"cr" " "nc iinon reaei e.i as yn ...
,l0 l' ligations which lmvo been on
i unii iu inc nittiicr n uiu iiniui'in wiiu
-. " " "!
I SAYS THAT
' Tho meellng held nt Pn.ioa by tho
. ,,., ,... s.lllrill.v .,',.
mainly liilercsllng by the statement
made by 11. T. Mooro that llio Hepub-'
Henna were trying to Influence tho
llnwnllans by untruths.
"I want to say lo you." said Sloorc,
"(hat nt noon yesterday I Hindu a visit
to tho other sldu of tho Island. Whllo
I was on my way to Walkano I met.
several voters. They Informed mo
Hint nt a meeting of tho Republicans
there ono mombcr of Hint party, who
Ik tunning for the Scnalo, mndo a
rtntement Hint Is absolutely false. I
wnnt lo brand It that way tonight.
"That stnteniant wnH tha any Ha
waiian lint voted for SIcClannhan waa
volng for n many I lint was going to
dlsfinnchlso the unlives.
"That statement Is A He. Tho man
known ho Is telling a lie, nnd ho was
working on tho prejudices of tho na
tives to throw SIcClannhan down and
beenusn ho Is n Democrat,
"If SIcClannhan Is ejected In Con
gress he will never Introduce a bill of
that sort, let mo tell you."
A wrecking expedition Is being lil
ted out In New York to go lo Sandy
Shore, Iu Ihu Straits or Magellan, MM!')
miles distant, nnd float tho steamboat
Olympian, a vessel that piled for years
on llio Paellle Coast, Tho Olympian
was being brought to New York to bo
used as n harbor excursion veiiscl She
unt lomlng in low of tho lilcumbhlp
.ealanilla. Tho two vessels left Sail
Kianclsco on January 3d, and cntereJ
tho Slralt March loth, .Scleral utorma
had been eiiinuutcied, but both vessels
AVIillo they wero resting nt anchor
on tho night of .March 13th, a furious
wind from tho Antarctic regions mcisn,
Tho Olymnlun pnrtcil her Anchor ihiilns
nnd was blown ushora. All efforts to
get tho Olympian off being useless, thn
Zonlaudhi resumed tho trip lo Now
York nlono, lenvlng a forco of men In
charge of Ihe htrandni! vessel.
Tho hip to rcsriio tho Olympian Is
i the niobl lemnrk.iblo ever undcrllikou
by n wrecking cruw. The placci wheiel
lb ateamboit U uliiiuded la one of Hie
i moa deLolatn on the earth, I
REPUBLICANS 0. K,
0 WiiIIiiI,ii. Maul, Oct. HI. Tho Hepub
0 llelill imidldiilim fur Ihe I.hi(iIiiIUi
nnd ihn County tlckds wero ut Kllim
y nil Pumicno rnpectipy last civpu
, Inn, and their rcmnrl;B, which were do-
tuui in nny piMHonai ilim, wem ie-
ti'Hrd mii.l enlliiuiliisiUiilly
mini)' nmunlili'd lla'ie,
--, tilftirfl-H Iff Hiftrf
Will TRY TO RbSGUE
Dnn't neglect, y ouc courJi, Slop It
t onro and dtlvo away all thought Cl
consumption. Ilegln as early as posi
slblo tho sooner the belUr to take
the mot cffertlvfl remedy for roughs
and colds of every kind and In every
Ono of llio most ntinnjrlnR- coughs
Is a throat cough, licracyoil liafo
that constant tick
ling in your throat.
It comes on worso
awake, and makes
you he.vo that
In tho chest. Ayer's'
quiets tho cough,
essv. ar.il heaH tho
luugi. Thero la.no other temoJy so
surely to bo relied on.
Thero aro many snlnllltilcs and
Imitations, llnwnrn nf them and of
so-called "deniilno Cherry Pectoral.'!
Ho suro you get AYHll'S Cherry
Put up In Urgn and small. bottles.
FnrrH) l)r. J. C. Ajm C.,Uw,H, N.h , U.S.
It's a noo'd ,t)mc to rjet In
terested In photography and
participate In the forthcoming
Promotion Committee com
petition, which will be fasci
nating and Instructive.
New kodaks of every size
and style now here. Films of
Honolulu Photo Supply Go,,
" Everything Photographic "
IV your turn to oo to Ha
lelwa thta'week, why not
make up your' mind to
spend' ,next Sunday
there and learn something
of the plaee.'and tnt at
St. Clair Bidgood
We can be found at all hours of tha
day at our otflcs andjby Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phona
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.,
1120 FORT ST.
manufactured from purs distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC.
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
You are cordially Invited to hear them
DERQ3TROM MUSIC CO.,
Odd Fellows' Dldg.
Has a choice collection of Aby
Clothes, Pleaiant Uland Mats, contain
ing human nnlr', also takes orders for
typewriting at TEN CENTS A PAQE.
K, FUJITA & CO.
TANCY DAMnOO ARTICLES MADE
NUUANU OHP08ITE KUKU ST.
0ULLUTIN SOU, PAY