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The ('lirimnin football km whih
will be WiiW'l ..1 ill. I .11 ui I. ill
grounds will i uiinii'iii .11 .. '" . n
nml will lip lutiM'iii ill" (i.ihn I'ui
lose uih) Dianiiiii'l Html Ii will l
followed b a i.iiiH'il In ANMii'Litiuii
football between llii' Scotland team
and ttia Hest of the League The Hn
. wallan band will he In attendance uiel
Will help to UlUkl the occasion a jo i
The line-up mill odlclHlK fin tin Hi t
tamf win ! uh follows i
Oaliu CoIIpkc Frank Wield "
tr; J H Reed, l-r r guard. Kmnk
Stack, right Riiunl, Waiter Melton
Ball. rlKbt tarkli'. Clem Akln.i, left
tackle Wallace Cooper right mil I)
Desha and Chi Ilnl Farm, left end. 1..
Wlthlngtun ami W. Denim. i-IkIH half.
Jo Pa and F Hooks, left half. Win
nc and Jack Denim, full buck, Moses
Heen, quarter back, I
Dlamotiil Mead Athletic Club- liiikjM
ailllland, center- Iiert Light toot mil
O. Sherwood, right Rttnrd, Hum Holt
mid R. Kellett, left guard. Win l.m
sen, left tncklo. Win. Chllllnxnoith
right tackle. II. .Stintnur nml II U II
Ilnjns, left etui; Ilea Frceth un.l
Achew, right olid; It. Clarke ami II
Clark, left half; (leci Desha iirul It
Chllllngwortli. right half: II U'Biilll
ao, full back, M Kerrelru. qujitui
The official will Ih- uh follows
Kefurec, Sam Johnson. tttiiilr W
Williamson, head linesman. Iiiek
Oliver; tlluekeetiers. Flits nml To'u
The oinclnls In tin second g.ouc "ill '
Referee J W Wuldron llm rtiu'ti. i
l. II Sinclair anil J I. i uekliuru
CI". OUT THE CHECK.
A CHRISTMAS CHECK
ON US FOR ONE DOLLAR
PUT THAT $1.00 CHECK
IN YOUR P0CKETB00K.
A STRING BAND
WILL PLAY MERC
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
YOU'RE WELCOME; COME AND
The Christian Christmas Spirit of Gift Giving Pervades This Store
Plaiting In the lain which was ilih
en down the Held b tleice gusts or
ullld. the Association footliull pluwis
Inst Saturdu) afternoon showed a xpn
It of Inilomltuble pluck, braving tie
elements and, furthermore. pla.Un-; a
piiod game In spite of the weiiilui
The day wns eventful in thai the
Infantry team won u victim for the
llmt time, defeating the I'unuhoiis b
u Bcoro of Hi. The Puns plaM-d one
man short, but the Soldiers won the
game by good play, showing that they
tire beginning to catch onto the game.
The success of the soldiers Is en sat
isfactory Indeed. They have worked
hard, played a clean game, and de
hened the encouragement which this
victory has ghen them.
The second game, between the Dia
mond Heads and the Mullen, was in
terestlng, but no scoio was made
lloth the Mulles and the. Heads had
chances to score, but fulled tu con
nect. The Heads' forward line could
be lmproed upon. It would probabl
bo udvnntageous to shift Foruuiulcx
from the center to the wing. John
.Anderson, playing half back, does not
play liny tiling like as well as last eai,
when he played forward for the lo
Juuls. This may bo because lie misses
the old combination with which he
played to long.
The line-up of the teams was us fol
lows: I'uuiihoits (ioal, l.o On; backs, It
Cation; half backs, DaUs, Toss,
I'rmignoll; forwards, .1. II Citton,
Wllhlugtou, .Macattlay, Dodge, Camp
Infantry Hoal, Thompson; backs
Swiff. ou llofen; half backs, .liny.
Kolli, .Moon; forwards, Van VIM, Win
i hell, Stampler, I'.wlus. Casthly.
Iteterce J I,. Cockburn.
Diamond Heads Goal, Chilton;
bucks, Crime. (Helium, half backs, I.
Clarke, K. Desha, J. Anileison; for-
wauls, Fernandez, A. Williams, Hick
man, Woo, Flililes,
.Matles Goal, It. Chllllngwottli:
backs, .1. C. MeClll, It. Anderson; half
backs, Kellett, Center, Callerall; lor-
wards, Kieeth, Gray, Jauileson, I
llulle), i:. Kea.
Ilefeien J W Wabliou.
Fight .Manager .McCarey of l.os An-
j'.eles hns offered a chnmplouslili belt
worth 5SU0, as weli as a purse of at
least ?2J,oO(l. for a second fight he
tweeu Jack O'llrlen and Tommy
llurns. He wishes the contest lo
take placo before the Pacific Athletic
Club next May. when the Shrlnum
hold their convention In l.os AuscIoh
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George Metuslc, who is fighting un
der llm name of Jimmy Hums. Is try-
lug to gut u light against Jimmy lliitt,
and Tommy llurns is loudy to back
lilm lor the mulili.
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Harry C. I'ulllani has been tended
cd pieslilent of the National League.
There was a good deal of opposition
but when the election came he had
the votes, in spile of the rhul luteiest
led by President John T. Hush of the
Now York Club.
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Joe Thomas and Frank Mayllold
huc been matched to tight In Sacra
mento on December ii.
Kiiruiiu Hlldubralid, one of the best
Jockeys who has eer ilddim In Ann r.
lea, has ridden his last lace lie waa
utiiler conli act to .loo Yuiigor this
This S'ore's 1906 trade has been extra
ordinarily large. We want to make the
close phenominal, Also we want to give
every customer, whether he be transient,
new or old custormr a Christ mas gift.
No, there is no string tied to it. It's up
lo your judgment you take It or you
Cut It OLit Now.
Honolulu, Deecmlier 1!I0(J.
(ilnlie ('lotliine; Co. Salelllllll
Ray to Bearer $1.00
lor H. HOSK.N'HKKO, Mgr.
Uoml Until XniiiH
SWELL "SILVER" SHIRTS
MAKE EXCELLENT GlfTS.
wi ji . Wnfy7jf tlXYJrW
nrt y. .It
PRICE ONLY JJ51.25
ANY SIZE. ANY STYLE.
TREE TO SUIT BUYERS.
Do you want a good suit of clothes?
We're right in line with a magnificent
Holiday Stock of Clothing. The suit styles
are late ones and the man who wants the
present popular kind or one somewhat
advanced can be suited. The shades in
clude all the fancies of the makers in grey
and dark woolen matertal and they all fit.
I'uv one of I licit mil now wliili von nceil it, nml we'll
cash lluil dark or jjivi vim out f lluit Silver iliirli free.
KuiN iti-p priced from
$8.50 up to $22.50
Come and hear the Band
64 Hotel Street
The Store with a Dollar Gift
year and had a great ileal of tumble
III keeping donil to urlght He will
go lino the racing luislm-m. for him
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N'o more fighting for Terry Mctlov
rn. He has been placed In a snuatu
Hum at Stamford, Conn, and Ihe doe
tou slate that his collapse Is com
lllete, Incipient puicslH being lineal
(tied, :: :: ::
N'al Hay, Ihe t'aiuullau ciosrcouii
In ildiii. has sailed for Dighiiid anil.
It Is said on good authority, will ible
fin- King IMunid thin winter.
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'be 'ii llmlnary to the New Ycai's
llm lluli . between (Inns ami Herman
at Tolllipull Will be hcltteell Lett Pow
ell the ex am. item from San I'i-uiicIh
to, lunl Ail.mi Itynii, lleruuins train
ing pat tuer.
I. lite a dieam from the dark ages
conies Ihe news fiotii Vietoilu that on
Dec. !i riunk Slavlu was knocked out
by Nick lliuley. It only took the old
tlmern two rounds to t-ettle matters
ii ml Sla In slept for tucun mlnuies.
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Tom Sharkey Is out with the stale
mont. that a lighter should quit the
gatuu when he has got "(no lickings '
Ho ciutaluly Is an iiiiiiii.i luioil an
thorlty on this main i.
All good sportsmen are glad lo see
that Ihe Hoard of Itevl. w ol the Na
tional Trolling At-nut in! Inn has de
cided that the race between i: i: Stua
tiler's .Major Uclmai and ('. K lllll
iugs' l.ou Dillon was won by the for
tuer on Its merits The charges that
Smathers doped Lou Dillon were dis
missed Flo in the mm llrst ilii-i i
were few men fumlllin with harness
kport who believed ili.it ,i nmii of the
Ktauillng of Hnialh'ih imiM. 01 would.
sloop lo the ci hue whlili Hillings saw
III lo charge him Willi
JJIP Fln Job Printing at the Bul
Give Cigars To Any Man Who Smokes
A Holiday box of Cigars makes a graceful and pleasing gilt, for any smoker. Here la a list of
the best cigars in the market, any of which we are ready to deliver. Ladlec may order by 'phone or
at our salesrooms.
Imported Havana Cigars
Bock &. Co.'s Panetetas.
A F R I C A N A
Imperlales, Prlncipes, Sublimes, Honolulu Gems.
Imported Manila Cigars
Invlnclbles Extra, tncomparables, White House, Jockey Club, Panetelas, Perfectoo, Lanceros, Lomlres
Stogies, Prlncesas, Favorltos, Vegueros.
American Beauty, Army & Navy, Perfeclos, Londres,
Clear Havanas and Domestic Cigars
American Eagle, Perfecto Extra, Panetelas Flno, Estrellas, Coi cbas Eopeclales.
Royals, Perfectos, Monarchs, Sublimes, Needles, Ideals, El Commerclo.
A M O R I A
Regalia, Imperial Flnas, Panetelas.
ALSO THE FOLLOWING BRANDS:
Anna Held, Blue Teal. Cramo, Continental, Perfectos, Dragoon, Fantclla, Irby's, La Cosecha, Cu
banas, Planta Porto Rlcan, Van Gibber, La Preferenela Squares, etc, etc,
H, HaCKielCl & CO., LtQ,, Department
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" One of the sublhnest things in the
vOorld is plain truth."
These suggestions may not be sublime but they are plain truth.
Sensible Gifts for Smokers
It's sensible to give him what he wants, isn't It?
If he smokes, he'll want to smoke again, won't he?
Then why not get him a box of the famous ADELINE PATTI
ROUGH RIDERS, HAWAIIAN, PORTO RICAN or KEY WEST
CIGARS Either of them Is a capital good smoke; the choice lies
with the price you wish to pay,
"You'll Want Something He'll Keep"
Well, truthfully now, what would be a more substantial and ap
preciated present than one of these? A Pipe, Cigar or Cigarette
Holder, Matchbox, Tobacco Jars or Pouches, or, best of all, a pretty
Humidor Box made to hold cigars and keep them fresh.
There Is a big assortment of these goods here and they are
priced RIGHT. Why not come In and see them? You are we.
come to look,
CDR NER HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
Bulletin 75c pep month
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