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BVPNINTI IHJLLKTIN. HONOLULU. T. II.. SATITtDAY, XHW 29. 1!0
I The following oniclnls havo been so
.Icctcd: Hegnttn committee, A. t. C.
Alklnron, L. P. Scott. A. A. Wilder;
lerk of course. C. F. Chllllngworth;
starters, A L C Atkinson nnd A, A.
Wilder. llmckeeier, II. M Ayres.
The rnces will commence nt 2 p. m.
ind will be kept up ono nftcr another
ill the progrmn Is completed, which
will probably be about 4-30.
Now Preparing For Our
Which will beKin on
CONTRACTS FN EN
SUEJID MHBT MV.-Ftt
cock an.) link ( nnk. . V Dllllnghnm
mill Ccc.ig. ('..ok, II Dillingham ulnl
l)r lllancli.ii l o Wntorhouso nml C.
I" i: Stccrc nml T Otli,
1 P It'.ili It I) Mead, f Ilartw.ll
Woods, who Iiiih Iiccii ncilnn mid W II llnl.iilti
:: it tt
as ilic "ciiT'cntiillvc of I.. A. WnllT.
of A (1 Sinldlng k Urns. In signing '
Ln Sup mid Harney Joy for Ilic San I
I Frnncliico team, iif Ilic I'nclllc Coast
League, leeched the following Idler
on the mutter yesterday:
, .viy near woods: ,m just in re- M .,,,rM(m r i,,,, ,,yhoo,rs hun
cclpt of yours of tin; Itli, which win . , , i .i i i.
Iidd over .-ending my return from Los I W ;"''-,"' " """ '"" ",H' "" '. "
,. '. ",..;... ...... ... i multiped with springboards, high
The youth's heart In boating wllh
Joy lor at lust lie Iiiih a rlianco In
from you mid to know thai everything
dives, Irapcro. rlngB nnd chiiten. It
' hi.AAliiirl t unfitlli t am'nfttt I (i liudlfpil
!.. at thlB time of my appreciation of " r harbor swimming for bin
(lie trouhlc you went to In the matter
will be no more Wnlklkl. Nuuauii rlv
cuti find bettor water nnd a better
of llio photos of i:u Hue nnd Joy. I
time at the Hotel IlatliH on Hotel
i The youth Is not the only one Inter-
, eMed The uiislncrii tn.iu lias Ions
wan speaking with Cnl lowing yester
day and he said he would vend them
lluili Mirliln niihlvunlu nii.1 Itiatfllv.
'linn, very shortly I understand tl.at I l",-,n lo"k""f ,f"r l'"e wlicre he
I he Is going to notify all hi players i. "" "fr.v"h ''" ' ''"""
1 1 .. - ..i ti. i.. ir hard day's work, n plnco where ho
jou can get good pictures of Joy' ,ir could lm wl.ho.i. hnUnK to take a
., ,,.. .,.... ..,. ,.r.. ,.invl,.c. .),. hnlMny t" do the trick Not only will
lie find a refreshing swim at the Hotel
ll.iths, hut lie can llml llmao I)atli
a. 1.1 f. fci... tfthia 4fl l.fi tltd lllfllll
r..tt - i .i-... ....- .. t. ........ I. ..-! VVI1H.I1 UIU niiunii m uv m- imv-h.
will know- just how to handle It. Cal
Ku Sue while they are playing, do so'
mid send me Hie hill for the name.
What I waul Ik a picture of lioth Ihesu ,
I:vImk wants these for newspaper
"With personal regards, liellcu mo,
"Vours tciy truly,
"A. (1. SI'Al.niNO IIIIOS.,
"I.. A. WOMT."
This memiR that It will he nlsiut two
months heforo the two local men will
go to the Coast, If they finally sign
(he contracts which nre offered, lloth
healthrul. the Oriental Turklsli hatlis.
He who does not partake of there
haths ill a tropical country has miss
ed half his lllng. The business men
of the community will bo glxen twi
afternoons In the week for their spo
clal time nml no one elso wilt be al
lowed. Tuesdays and I'rldnys lire the
The ladles mid chlldteii are certain
ly not going to he overlooked by tin1
I it.... I t ..!... ......i.t.i ii,1 Inn tti urn In fu
Iiiim agreed to do so, however, itiitt " -'" --. -" """""""
are being offered very fair salaries fori"""'? ttwk "" 1,, Klvu" "":'"' "?.n'
men who have Just started In the " , -h"r ''u la
game as professionals. i:n 8uo WIllhI",1,,l,'ri'V '", ''"T "'.I ! ' J, .
probably be the best r.dvertlsed m, I urnrtimlwl dei-.l. gives then, confl-
In the entire U-ague, ns It Is the tlrst
time that anyone of his nationality
lias attempted to break Into the game.
If be makes good he will bo the fmir-
Ho of the season
keep up lo a high notch he will nut be
long In finding It out."
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Additional Social News on Page 6. ililn mid was met by the bridegroom
i ' "" land conducted to the minister, who In
I 'lnlslmiiH il cm mid Christmas fc Hlll)e woriH ,,, ., ,
liera have lam ociiipi lug the minds ot ,, wrt .l( ,,..,,. ,HBl(,tu,-
eirbody to the exclusion of almost ,f ,.nra,,.( rr ,u. , (-.,on, and the
m.jtlilng else. The Utile Christmas ,,,,,. ttml ,.,,,, ,ml)0 (rrb m
liee Ihat n gun.) from abroad at lln, i,,,,., lm, (ll,r,, her lian.l n heal).
i ll.iuall.in hole! had on his lahle. loaded' ,ir.. i i. , ,.i..i... ui...i. ,.n...
I hum ip...'iiv'. i.i i"i. n, .iiii't .j ...iv.
iin ii.k. iinsei i mi iiiiiiK.i wniciij,,,,, ,,, ,. i,n,,liv iml1 ,i,-,,ve
go to make a K-ifel tiee, crealul , , .lWil.l" eoltae on the luoiin
iiiiiih aimiMiuent. Tour "gniwn mm ,. lc(lr ()1, , w)eru lhcy , ,.,,
Mileiimly r.il mound the tabic mil ale t,er.l,rJ moon, taking rnim ten unjs
their dinner, with the tree for the ten-.,,, tw w((.kH rr tt,clr oiillng They
tial ornauient. and at Its torn luslon lho , ,,.. 1(mc)m(m llrV0 ,, 10
host called out the unmcH altacbed to , Milud the we iiiwu llnld-
the iM.eels. ami they weie opened with ',, ,,,,, 1)lM)1( ..(!l.1L,nil ,
iimrli islif. Ciipltliia, mid Intend to take in the
i .,.i i i ... n i . lernler of llalc.iknl.i while up lliete.
Air Wlchman Is Mill suffeilng f.on,
i broken iiiih. , .....
j i it i, vtiirji' ti jui-iij Hutu LXllinhv lift
bf on liiilll for thfiu on t lio IkmiIi and
ln f limrv .hiP!itr ti.iu ftnlli innt
civil fioin h.i ri.cnt IndlsiKMltlon ,,' "-h-they will be at homo after about
will I..I.IM, I,, ll Iher l..l.nl. ri,..J'l"-l1 ' Mr- I,,,rl1 Is IIKolslallt lllllll
II. I.bil-n. KI... In en ..I II... "K" f "' Kallllllli ..lore. Illlll OIIO of
(Jueeii's hmiiltal Maul's imwl expert aiitomoblllstB, Mr.
and Mr, Horn lerclwd a iirofuslon ol
Miss Helen Wilder was mi oiiIlmiIiii: luilidsomo and UM-ful welding gifts
pasMiicer In Ibe Aliiinriln for Call Hirlstmas gifts being loinblned with
fornla. where slie has a ranch In which """ '"' "'' H'o''" ' friends vImI,
the 1m iiiiilIi Inleresled.
Mr. Alfinl Hnrrlhoii and Mr. liens
them iiiikIi Joy and prosH'ilty.
MlhH Kiitili Joiira, who Iiiih been
bren hired to look for the animal
hcarchrd vnrlniiit-places ami llnally In a rather poorly daed game of
trarcd the doit'tb a certnlii homo nlongl ball yesterday at the ball park the
the Volcano road. In thnt homo In
found no dog, hut he did find under
the house, swuw o(-llie bont'sml n dog
that bad appatcutly Just recently been
the main fratiiie of a Inau. Tliero is
no direct oldence, but it Mning pre
sumption exists that the lenialns In
The Hatha open tonight with an c
hlbitloii of fast mid faury hwIiiiiiiIuk
anil diving. The Hnwallaii Swimming
...... . .1 r..I 1.. l... t -a...
but If be does not:1-"1" "' ""ulr '" ' " """ ",u
euro to inane ine eteiiingH sjHiri.
l-'ollowiug Is the ptogram thai has
I i:olutlou of Hwlmmlng.
2 Si-yard dash.
3 Trapeze lljlng and fancy dMiig
I Umbrella race.
r. SO- aril race.
l'liiugu for distance.
7 Shooting lliu chutes.
S Itolay race.
The llaths will open for business to
morrow morning nt 7 o'clock.
Itapld Transit team defeated llio
Tenth Infantry by a scoru of 111 to 11
The soldiers were extremely ragged In j
their play and were unable to mrct;
the ball when hits were needed. I."
On umpired a good game. The line-'
Itapld Transits Hiimaukit, n; Joiies.i
oiiestloli arc. thi.M) of the lost Collie
.. ... ..i... ....... ..... . ,..
Ml. nwaurs conic, nesiues neiug up; itoninson, in; Aieu. -n; rem. ;
well brijl 'dog of considerable value. , Kvers, ss; I'ratl, rf; Nelson, cf; I'lun-
was a lAiniiy pet, nun me ioh 01 tiii'.Keii, n.
lou, who me suesls at Hi" Hawaiian the guest of Mrs U Triiuy I'eck, bus
hole), eviiei-l lit uftll fur Anuli-t.ll tiovl '
weel,. lloth Mr. Harrison and Mr
llenslon he been exlrnslvely entei
Mr. (ieoigo Kalrihlld sailed for Ida
home this week and he was aceoin-
natlled bv Mrs. rnlri-lillil 'I'lii.v i.viw.i 1
to bo iiliseni ii month.
Tain MiC.iew, who Is popular In San
it moved to the Young hotel.
MIsh Knt.xilld .liiiicn will icielve with
Mrs.. I.. 'Irniiy I'eiK the second and
fourth Thuiriluys throughout the win
One or the most alt met he exhibits
limn the schools of Honolulu now on
dlspla at the I'romotioti Committee
rooms is the hue work dune by Ilic
,... ... , . , . .. , ... I lO'llllH IS II1C lilie MINI. UIMIU "J !-
a. dsn, socle.,-. Is in IMrls st.l.igl ,.., ()f t, l(m,.al s,ll(Kll. Th(.
animal Is gieatl regretted by himself
and family. The fact that the dog ap
pears to hate been captured and eaten
makes Hie Incident a very unusual one.
There Is still a slight hope that the
aiiliu.il Is nlle ami will bo found, but
It Is regarded as almost certain that
the collie was used for a lean.
Mrs. Waller lloffimin gave mi In
fotmal ChitHlmas eve dinner In liouoi
of her brother. Mr. W. A. McNeill, mid
his wife. Covers were laid for eight,
with the pioerblal pig as the piece dc
usltdiuirc. Define llio dinner Mr
HolTiiiaun asked her guests to surround
the Christinas tree, which this lime
piovcd to be a largo waste backet, gor
geously trimmed In yellow crepe paper
from the top of which protruded sever
al white silk ribbons with names at
tached, which the guests seized. On
the end of these rllilxiUH were tied com
edy presents mostly, and much hllailly
and good theer prevailed. '
Mr. and Mrs, II. M. von Holt mid
fa m I ly are sieiidlng a week or two nt
the Cecil lliowu country plate on tho
oilier side of the Island ileal Kiihuku
Ml. nnd Mrs. W. A. McNeill, who
linve been tho guests of Dr. and Mrs,
HotTmmin for tho Inst few weeks, have
engaged a cottage lit the Seasldo hotel
for a short stay to enjoy tho bathing at
Ililo, Dec. 23. Interest In the fool
hall match between teams from llaka
lau and Walakcn plantations, which is
to he pla)cd on New Year's da). Is In
creasing, and as a result of steady
practice Ihero are morn Scots limping
about these days than there eer wero
before. Specimens of highland cuticle
can ho picked up all over the planta
tions as the result of vigorous appli
cation of Hhoe-leathcr to shins. The
game In be played Is the Association
game. It will be considered a nov
ilt here. The match will commence
at 2 o'clock. i 'Spj
The teams will Hue up In the fob
This .ifleniooii will hen two games ' lowing order:
of Sucker played at tho League ball, Walakea (bine)-W. I nine, goal;
gioiiuds. The llrst bIioiiI.I prow, tho! W- Itrl-n. left hack; It. Lindsay, right
iiiiiih exciting of the two, between llio . "'. Wilson, center half; Alex.
Y. M. C A. and the Illaiuoiid Heads. I l'mser, left half; J. Hamilton, right
though Hie I). II. team Is weakened by a!f; J- Itobertson. center; J. Hunter.
tho loss of .luck Clark, their center ! "t'tslde left forward; W. Chiiliuers, In
Teiilh Infantry Itliiglnud, ; llniwn
p; lloin, lb. Van Vile). 2b; Carey, Kb;
Lemon, ss; Muiphy, rf; It.iylc, cf:
Scoru by Innings:
1 2 .1 I r. ii 7 S 11
Itapld TVs ....ll 2 .1.1 0 3 i; 1 .I III
Tenth Inf 0 1 2 ll 2 3 ll 3 ll 11
The Tenth will play the Kuwalbaii
Dice Club team this afternoon at Aula
l'ark and should win easily.
is ts n
Please send mr the
Bulletin tor and
iirdilleeiiuo, .mil will lemiiln )her.i for
minlher year. He Intends to ictuin to
liliiliufiiittire in this hue has been tie
vrlopcd along lines that will enable
half, who was hint In Hie Association
game lint Tuesday. Tills game, will
commence at 2:3U.
The second game, which will bo at
H: 1.1 between the 'Millies and Hie I'll
side lidt forward; I). Wllklo, Inside
light forward; A. Hunter, outside right
Ilakalaii (while) J. l'rascr, goal;
J. K. M. Lindsay, left hack; (1. Lllll-
iialious. should ho close wllh Hie odds I hoe. right back; !". Anderson, renter
slightly In faor of the latter, as the 'half; T. Srolt, left half; K. Cameron.
i light half; J. Jamie, center;. It. W. Kd
I inon.ls, outside left forward; W. V.
I McColl, Insldo left rorwnrd; .1. dial
I mem, inside right forward; J. Ingles
outside right forward,
n n n
-! Hi Pe.ilu.tu... ...! i .. 1.l !...... i. .....
.. . ...... n. ..,, .w ,,,,, ,,.... lp uoU1 , rnrI, mip). ,.
nsleiid of going t Honolulu, where v,o(, , c ()f ,, K,vo ,,.,
m.- ....... nil,,,, me. ,, will lie ll.,. lVui)( ,,. mmi mMW pk.(Lb
...,.o..iii uiinu ... .lie J.lllllg lllllll S . . .. .
aic Intituled In the Pmniutlon Couiniil
tec exhibit mid Mrs. Dcxlei, In charge
of tho Lchool, la always pleased to show
the uoik of the girls or take oidert) for
them for special pieces.
The Hawaii Herald sas. I' M.
Sw.iuzy lost a valuable Collie dog Just i Muicli.
CONCERT AT AALA PARK
The Hawaiian band will give a eon
Malles will go in without two of their
tegular men, .Med III and Kcllel).
The line-ups for Hie two games will
bo as follows:
Diamond Heads Goal, Chilton;
backs, (iriine, (lleasou; half backs, K.
Desha, W. Chllllngworth, J. Anderson;
, forwards, Williams, Fernandez, Woo,
I Hickman, I'iddes,
! Y. M. C A. Coal, DIcltson; backs,) Tho entries for Hie Wnlklkl legalta
1 Tin iter, Stanley, Ilciyglmnro; half which lint been under way for the
backs, II I". Ilcnrdiuore, Zlegler, Ma-1 past two wcekH me beginning In tsnir
ninny Iricuds here. Chi oulele.
Mis. Cleoige It. Carter will ictele
Wednesday afleriiooii fiom half idler
tluee until six.
Kahultii, Maul, Dee. 2.'.. At 10 a. in.
this morning at the lesldencu of the
In bin's mother at Humiil.uapoko, Mliu alter his arrival In Hllo last week, mid
I.vcImi ,M. Smith became tho wlfo of Horn the lust cvldoiue obtainable it
lliuest 0. Horn of Kuhuliil. Tho wed- appeals Hint tho animal was eaten
ding wan a ory quiet one, none hut tilt! The dog si rayed away fiom the VoJcn
imincdliile family of the bride being no home, mid as soon ns lis absence
prehcut, nnd the I. nut was tied hy lluv. I 'as noted atleuiplB wcio made to ic
K. (1. Ilcekwllh. lloth the bride nnd cover It. Not onlv by advertising but
the brldgri)cim weie unattended, mid h) employing nsslstame. Mi. Huanzy
the eniemnuy was shoil, simple and' made every elfort to Hud the animal
lniinwle. Ai the appointed huur, Hie The leault was a peculiar discovery I.)
tiilnlitei being In waiting, the bride-' on" "f the men employed
Rioom entcrod the parlor from one title,' The clog was er-cn on tho Volcano
rcit nt Aula Talk al I p.
March- "Hovernor Carter"
0erluie. "Light Cavalry'
Intioduetloii. "Carmeu" .,
Icaulay, forwatds, Oss, Illackman,
these Inlands am far supeilnr lo'lhoso
of mainland rommuullles. Tho (Inr
ernor has icelved a copy of the ad
and immedlatolv thereafter the bilcr road being drnsged at the end of a dress nnd lojolutlnns of tho National
ruined ftum her room on ihe oihei r.'1'e b) a iiatie. A Japanese who had Congress on Uniform Divorce Laws.
today '" clnirtnn. Spalding, W'atcrhnuso.
1 Millies dual, Helser; bac:k. Ander
son, Center; half backs, It. Chilling
.. Merger worth, Jamleson, l'rceth; forwards,
...Suppe oray. II. Ilalley, enteral, V. Ilallcy,
, . . Hlzcl , v Kea.
"Tho flovornor's Son".. IMnahous Coal, U On; backs. So-
Cohan , per, Mnccouel; hair backs, Davis,
l'AHT II. Mon Yin, Koss, lorwards, Dodge, Wl-
Cheiokeo" ICdwurilS thingtou, H. Cation, Mncatilny. J. II.
Ingnio" Dulliey Cattnii.
IntotncMo: "Winona" ..llililenrelch , It tl It
lliiulo: "Swastika" Husby Itril lClft'C TCUIIIC
"Tho Stui Spangled llunner." llLn itflR 0 Itllllli)
HAWAII LAWS ARE BEST A men's doubles tournament will be
held on tho I'nrlllc Tennis Club courts
Coventor Carter Is of tho opinion New Yenr's Da, beginning nt tl
thai the illwm-o laws obtaining In o'clock. All members of the club me
expected lo enter, mi far tho follow
InK players hae enteied
A. T I)iock and A Afong, 8. II.
Dorby and A M Merrill, CO. Fill
Her mid J. Waicruouxo, I). II. Hitch
In and the lists are filling up In lino
shape. Tho order of the program will
1 Itclay swimming.
2 Ladles' raco (ij oared gig).
3 Lark rare.
I Slypaddlo canoe (cliiimploii-
C Two-paddle modern canoes.
Ii Amateur canoe-puddling raco.
7 Two-paddle old-fnshloned canoes
I 8 roiir-paddle, old-fashioned ca
!i Single-paddle canoes.
10 roiir-paddle modern canoes.
II Canadian canoes.
12 Hawaiian old fashioned sailing
13 Modern sailing canoes.
1 1 Surf-riding (hoards).
IK Suif-rldlng (canoes).
As stated bcfoie, tho start of the
races will bo made from opposite tho
lesldcnco of A M. llrimn and tho tin
bit will bo uppobltu lliu Moaua pier
Or.i Mornlngstnr, the expert billiard
1st. lias been out brenklng records. In
practlco games with Wnlter Jewoll for
f.ni) jsilnts he made runs of 2CG. H9
nnd 131, nnd mi nvcrnge of lf3, tho
old record being Kin. inndo by Coorgo
Sutton, the 18 2 balk line champion.
In n game with Hntton. Mornlngsta"
made n inn of l!'7. which Included IS
loltitH made consertillvcly orf thu
"nurse face ', that Is. without going
In Hie cimhloii for any one shot. Till l
in hIso a world's record
Ihe Lugllshmeii have bad enongll
id Ihe American crews which limn
been rowing In Ilia) -ouiiiry In lln
Ilenle) regattas On Dec ir. the Hel
ley regatta slewards adopted tho fo'
"No entries shall be received or ac
cepted of nny crew or sculler oul or
the United Kingdom belonging to 'i
club not nfllllateil to a union or a fed
eration having an ngreemont with tho
committee In chargo of the manage
ment of the Henley regatta "
The only two countries where row
ing Is a BHirt of prominence which
are affected are the milled Slates nnd
Australia. The rnlo was adopted as
ihe result of the trouble wllh the Ves
per crew of Philadelphia Inst June
t: tt ;t
The fight between nana and Her
man at Tonopah on New Year'H Day
should be a hot one accord I ng lo thu
tiles from the Coast, ns both men tiro
I In the best of shape.
I). F. (Iridium, In n "Compound Plug
ger," made a great record the other
day when lie ran III miles through
bad roads and weather on 27 gallons
of gasoline Ho ran from Albany to
Springfield and then to Now York.
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Ilube Ferns has once moro conio
back to life and was to have) fought
the first light of his second scraphood
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While the ofllclnl records show that
Parent, the shortstop on the I lost oil
American League team, made moro
enors Ibmi nny other man In tho
league, be stood sixth oul of 13 when
It came to records, lie made SB or
lors In 113 games. Third llascmnn
O'llrlen or SI. I.ouls played In 2U
games without making mi error.
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I Harry linker will fight Abo Altell
lilt Los Angeles on Jan. 17. The lit tin
llebiew Is ace high III tho Southern
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Distinctive colors will lie a fenturo
or tho I Sin" Ilambler cars. Tho now
iiiiiaboul model Is finished In browv
ter green, with narrow red striping;
the 20'horo siwer 2 -cylinder touring:
car Is finished In occidental red, with
led leather upholstery and red run
ning gear, the shaft drive I cylinder
In French gray, with tan leather ut
holstery, and the luxurious I cylinder
10-horsepower touring enr In beechnut
brown, with black trimmings and up
holstery tt tt tt
Sweet Marie, the famous trotting
mare, wllh n record of 2:02, was sold
at Hie Old (llory horhu sale nt Madi
son Square C.irdeu Dec. 10. Tho prlco
she luought was $11,000, and (icorgo
M. Webb, manager for I-:. T. Stoles
bury, Ibe Philadelphia banker, wai
the purchaser. Tho llrst bid, made by
J. M. Johnson from Ponknpoug, Mass.,
was $5000, which Andy Welch, ot
Hartford, Conn., Immediately ralsoi'
to $10,01)0. M. J. Degnou bid $11,000
mid Mr. Webb $12,000. Mr. Dcgnon
then raised the bid $1000, and Mr.
Webb followed with it $1000 raise, anil
tho mare was knocked clown to him
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MngmKcB Cecirgo II. and J, 8, (J.
Dowiy, brothel's, who acquired thu
ISostou National Leagtie base ball club ,
from Messrs, Soden and Conant, yes
terday, completed thu deal for tho
South i:nd grounds. Tho property, -'
mostly land, Is assessed for $221,500,
of which $19,500 was on tho land op
posite tho grounds, cornering on Qrln
nel street, mid $15,300 on tho Brand
stand. Tho wholo property went for
$Juu,0i)0, the title passing from tho
Columbus Avenue Trust, which Is an
offshoot of the old lloston ball club.
This Is the final exit of Messrs. So
den mid Conant On Wednesday tho
final papers passed In tho transfer ot
tho franchise and good will for $76,
OuO. The deal for tho full thing coat
tho Doveys $276,000, $75,000 cash and
a mortgage at 3 1-2 per cent, on $200,-
000, The club Is Incorporated under
Massachusetts law, with George U,
Dovey us piesldent, John S. C. Dovoy
as secietan and treasurer, nnd Fred,
Teiiuoy as manager. Tho club ofllces
uro In Ihe Paddock building.
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It Is understood that an antlprlzo
light bill, based on tho measure fath
ered by Senator W C. Ilalstou at tho
Inst session, will bu Introduced and - '
pushed In the California Legislature'
Itnlston will not again bs n nietntnr
of the Seuute, but the levelatlous lib-,',
fore the llraiul Jury of tho San From-.''
clscn prlzo tight name have caused j
many legislators to declare their w 11-'
ilnguess lo send all thu lights over
Into Nevada. ''
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