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perties Alabastme is perfectly fireproof in its nature, is a cement that
can bs mixed thick and used in filling cracks, and sets very hard over
night. Is cheaper than and superior to paint.
Sanitarians say that the closely packed school room with the large
surface of wall exposure demands careful attention; otherwise is a breed
ing ground for disease germs and a fruitful souice of disease. They
lccommend Alabastine only. Write for particulars.
Here life is spent The little ones nrt born and reared, and are en
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THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
MONDAY, JAN. 13
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
THURSDAY. JAN. 10.
"HOME SWEET HOME"
Evening Prices ... 25, 35 and 50o
"A DAUGHTER OF DIXIE"
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
H'gf "gl IW -ft -. i
iflliiB,i Vfcr w
DftV Oil MIT
REPAIRED AND CARED FOR
in up-to-date style at
The von Hamm-Young
AUkca St. Phone 200.
Opera and field glass
es at less than cost
price. Diamonds, nnd
jewelry bought and
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
fc ji . I
NELSON EASY WINNER
OanilN, Utiili, Jnii, 13. Hatlllng Nelson Knocked Cllffiml "lit in
lln llftli round.
Salt I.nKe. Utah, Jnn fi llnttlinc Nelson besnn his g)mnaslum
work at the Sanitarium bathB today preparatory Ills L'O-roitnd ciiBngc
nient wltli .lack Clifford at Ogden next Mondn) night Ho has tlirco
sparring partners .orkltiB with him nnd scorns to be the s.imo old li.it
tlor that lie wns when here In 1U04, when ho trained Tor his fight
with Spider Welsh, whom ho knocked out In 1C t minds
Hcforts from Ogdcn, vvheic Jack Clifford Is training, st.ito that CUT
ford Is cr) conlldcnl and th.it ho linu put tlneo liuskj (.pairing p.iitnors
on the shelf ulrcad).
About ft Oil llRlit enthuslnsts vls'tcd the Dane's tinlnlng ciuartors lo
daj and n lnigc nunibcr vvcie turnod away, the G)iuiinslum not being
'arge enough to accommodate them From tho present oiitlnok the men
will flBbt bcfoie lit least n $10,000 house
i i m
Junior League Will 3e
Formed To Keep
SoLker-lovers aie d.tll becoming
tnoie and nimo enthusiastic oer the
roikcr outlixik nt the High School.
D.iil). .it either the HiBh Sihool
giounds oi the M.iklkl held, a bunch
of High School ho)s :ue tl)ing to
make the ti'.im
Iho tram thlii ,m.ii In a light one,
but Co nil 111. uu Ii. nil descilbi'S his
ilea as belliB ' quid, us tats Tliu
liuu.iiili .lie isMilall Bpecd and
I iliii.it who hiic loiikoil Into the mat-
li'i dei I ire that desplti' thclt llBht
uulnlit the Kiims will lunu to IIkIU
haul to .1n from t!m UlBhs.
'I he first B.mie will piohably bo
pullid off cither Saturday of tlila
week oi one week from that date,
and will be between the Aliiolaiils,
who hno thallciiBed, nnd the lllghs
In n hurlet of two games.
The dual league between Knineha
ineha 'mil I'uiiiihoii duri not pi event
the HIbIis fiom (ontestliiB .illi thebu
iv.ii, foi when the league was form
id It was with the uiideibtaudlng
that the lllglis could enter If they
wished Tho regular Intcrscliolasllc
ipabon will open la two weeks
The Y M C A. Is talking about
fm mlns n .lunlci league to supple
ment the Senior leaguo games Coa h
Hand of the Y M C A 's Is of tho
(pinion that not enough attention Is
being paid to tho oungcr element to
foiker and thinks that unless bouie
thlng Is done, Fotkcr will soon die
out hcie, a4Iie older plajcrs give up
tho game after a few jcars.
it Is with tho end in Mow of train
ing the youngsters that thjs Junloi
league Is being foimcd High School
has been asked to cntci but It Is not
thought like! that It will.
:: r. a
v nis (iiib
After a sot!e3 of tlosoly contested
n..inc.i, tho tennis team lepicscntlug
tho Junloi diss of tho High School
jtstcrdaj dofeated tho Senior repie
Peutnt!es In tho upper-thissmen ten
nis tournament, by a scoro of ti-1,
S-C Tho games hmo toered a pe
ilod of tlirco weeks and hao been
daed both at the Miller sticot and
tho Quarantine Island courts Tho
Seniors weie lepiesented by lllchard
(illllland and Oliver Soares and tho
Juniors b) Stott I'uitl and Trunk
Jumes Yostei day's game showed a
Bleat deal of line pin) Ins, cimes and
back-hand wiira being features of
the beeond bet
Talk Is going tho loiimls of form-
l Ing a touiniiiiciit to be played by
gills A number of lino plajeis are
enrolled among tho )oung ladles of
tho High School and romo good games
W LIVELY MD IT Oi
SAN I'ltANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 2
Oneu Men an nnd Abo Attoll Btiug
gled foi 21 lounds In tho prlo ring
)esteiday and at tho doso their woik
wa3 so evenly balanced that ltcfcieo
Jim Jcffiles called the championship
match a diaw The big fellow had
gauged the stiuggle neeuiatel), us
tho expel ts 'it tho ilngsldo who had
kopt a reeonl round by icnind agreed
with hlni Tho referee expiessed Iho
Eentlment of tho big ciowd of specta
tois when ho said. "Two champions
wero lighting nnd I could not tntio
the title tioiu cither ot them on a
hall lino decision llud a decision
been rendered It must of necessity
hmo gone to tho rouiageous, aggies
slo little I'ngllshm.iii Ho raided
tho IlBlit to tho American nnd was
wilting to exchange blows at all
Attoll was essentially tho boxer
throughout and did not assume the
nggrosshc, except at widely separat
ed periods. Ills woik wns a disap
pointment to man) spectatois, but
this was chlell) because the) had ex
pected something in the way of clev
mess be)ond human power. At that
tio did not show the art of Uans. by
.vhoso stnndaid. It seems, all piesent
lay lighters are ineahuii'il.
Treat to the Spectators
Tho battle was a Heat to thoso
who enjoy watchliiB tbe attack anil
defense of two eluei men wltli the
Blos. Comparatliel) few effectho
blows found theii lnicmlid mark, ow
ing to the skill or the fighters. At
tell showed a llnei development or
the ilngman't, nit hi making Mir an
do most of the woik It he thought
that this would wiai down ills oppo
nent ho wan mistaken, as Mornn,
with but a few lapses, maintained his
strergth throughout Attcll's clev
erest moo In lonnictlon Willi tho
match was in getting Mnrnu down to
tho 10-pound mail.. This undoubt
ed!) took borne of tho snap out ot
There ncTor was a dull moment
throughout (he light and for the ma
jor portion rif the tltue the speitutols
sat hick and watched the stiugglc
quietly. There were a nuniliei oi
sliiup rallies scattcied thiDUghoiit
tho "," lounds, but It remalneil for
the dosing period to hi lug the spec
tatois to their feet In a ficuz) of ex
Bout Has Whirlwind Finish
The two lighters startid tho round
slowl), as they sparred for several
bcconds Moran then shook up At
tell with a haul left hook as tho)
broke out ot n clinch Attell held
uu and Moran landed his right to the
bod) twice with much force Attell
followed vith n left to the head and
landed another left as they hioke out
of a clinch, nearly putting Mm in
down Tho little Ungllshiuan came
back lighting nnd landed a left to tho
head Attell hooked his left across
unci then slipped down. Moinu neer
gave him u moment's rest and tho
ciowd uigcd on tho visiting llghtci
Mornn biought over a hard right to
the Jaw and It seemed that he had
Attell In dlstieas . They were still
snuggling whon Ueferco Jeffries ln-
terfcied and lalbed tho hands of both
above their heads, thus pioclalming
tho light a diaw Tho majority ot
tho spcctatoia uecmed to understand
his signal as being lirtmoi of Moran
i.nd It was homo time before those in
the distant paits of tho amphlthcatei
knew the outcome of the light
Neither boxer fceemed able to gain
tin' ascendency ovei the other in a
muiked degreo at an) time during
the light Hach was waiting tor an
opening to piescnt itself, but the op
poitunlt) nevor camo. Neither boy
was had!) punished, although Moran
will cany n black c)o as a houeulr
if tho light for a few da)s. Ho was
albii tut around tho mouth and this
bcemed to bother him Attell has
hevcral small scars on tho nose nnd
mouth to icinlnd him of the struggle
In tho I Ing.
Tho Piesldcnt bends plctuics to
Congress showing superiority ot Imro
peau mllitaiy hoisemaiihlilp to nc
rompaii) demand for Iiupiovement In
American in my.
A fliciid ot J. T. Dunn, missing
manager of tho Sail Francisco Savoy
lyOtel, savs that ho has lied to Mexico
with Mis. I,. II. Holmes, a wealthy
New Yoik woman.
Although Maiy 8 (lahan of Whlto
Plains, N Y.. sued tho West Chebter
llleetilc Hallway Company for only
siu.uoo, for Injuiy lu a car collision,
the Jin y that tiled the case icturned
a veidiit In her favor for $ 11,000
lly consent of the plaintiff's iittor
uc)s tho court reduced Jhe umount
of tho vcnllet to thut sued for.
.. uiLjailLL- J,.
WHITNEY and MARSH
Wednesday Next, the 15th
Our entire line of Lingerie, Lawn,
Linen, Jap Silk in black and white,
Peau-de-Soie and Taffeta will be
offered at greatly Reduced Prices.
Sizes 32 to 44
Postal tiiilhoiltles aro on tho ti nil
of a San Kranclsco nlrshlp company
which Is telling shares In I'oitlaud
l'rcsldcnt of Ihe Chicago Hoard of
'education plans war on high school
Iralcrnlllcs, .hlch, ho sa)s, breed
Ilcmuparto denounces Iho letter of
Santa l'c president as casting nanar
ranted refiVrllo'ia on tho Judiciary.
The icport of the comptroller of tho
currency shows that tho Pacific Coast
banks have tho largest lesenes ot
in) In the countr)
President and Ilonaparlu agreo to
bring ctort effoit to bear to have de
cision of Denver Judge, releasing coal
'rami men, icieised
"See ll)iui for Jobs," Is the alleged
mswer of AhKcbsor Dodgo to ltepub
lleans seeking patioungo.
The Preslduiit of Pianco appoints
Itairliael Weill miinbor of l.cglon of
Honor for patilotlc work during Sail
, William I) llu)wood lotlgns fiom
iho Westtin redoratlon cif Minora af
tn a blttei ciuanel with tho o.ecutlo
'Iho wldon of Geoige 11 Young, who
was killed In mi Oakland automolillu
redden!, and other membcra of tho
infill tunatii pari) llle suits fur $90,0JU
damages ugaliibt the O ikland traction
lliuuef II lluilKiaun, nut, I'lwpeu
,nbt August with the daughter of John
P Oierton of Santa Hosa, has a wife
and famll) In Chicago and has lied
to Mexico to ebcapo an est for bigamy.
Nothing to aibltrate, ba) noldfleld
oper.itois to miners' union, which Is
tiding lack of outsldo couttlbutlont! '
embed by inembiis being out of work
In other camps I
Tnent) five thousand laltroad men I
rlgu a pledge, to abstain from li InP '
and Noithwestein s)stem pinctlcall)
1 ocs dr) .
I.aw)er Temple of San Kranclsco
ccciibcs former client of stealing his
daughter and divorce decroo is re
loked by Judge.
The Callfoinlu Promotion Commit
tee protests against piuno knights,
walnut elephantb and peach dogs in
California's dlspla) at tho Yukon ex
Mrs Ilnrold V. McCormlck, daugh
ter of Hockefeller, refuses to bo a pat
roness for a Chicago hospital entei-
tnlnment becauao alcoholics aro
alrcd from tho Institution
The himinn body as electrical gener
ator Is ilcmoubtiatid by dlicctor ot
Irewlng academy before bclcntlsts.
Piobldcnt Uoobovclt, In two letters
to Sicretarv of tho Nar Mctcalf,
ptlnglngly lelnikcs Hear Admiral
Iliownson and others who have stir
red up discord in the department nnd
sustains Secretary Metcnlf In tin) lios
pltal ship conti overs)'.
IMIth Pa) son, n oung girl, commits
biilcldu In tho Majestic hotel, San
I'ranclsco, on being crossed In loo
i ml losing her salary on racetrack.
Ma) or I.auo of Portland begins a
campaign to stop piactlco of dilvlng
hoboiB from clt) to city.
Captain Hany N. Morse, on behalf
of commltteo of 100 and ns a cltl7cu
of Oakland, will blta Alameda supci
lsors to recover misapplied funds.
Senator l'lilton of Oregon Issues mi
open letter to Prancls .1. Honey de
manding that prosecutor explain cei
V. i: Corey, president of steel trust,
meits foimcr wife and son lu hist
Interview since his marriage to May
I!crkclc)'u superintendent of schools
lays more men and f-;wor women nro
needed in the BihooU.
Tho Asiatic exclusion leaguo will
conduct n campaign for tho barring
of Hindu labcneis from Amcilca.
An Imptbsloned appeal has been
mndo by a speaker fiom San Kranclsco
pulpit that Hums' sailors bo welcomed
i.nd evil Influenced be defeated.
lluby Caslleman, a girl of good fain
II), who was on piobatlon fur forgciy,
iiiio?ted lu I.os Angeles on same
I t barge.
A i.ei borpent scratched his hack bo
iicath hunch occupied b) piusldent of
Stockton fibbing club, who describes
Tho Kplbcopal bishop In Detroit
opens a downtown olllco and will take
part In all civic alfalrs.
Tho Hairlmau merger now faces
dissolution ns Milt will bo begun b
Honapaito under antitrust law.
Coveiuoi Hughes, In his annual
message, uiscb New York law makers
to enact legislation preventing hull:
Jero Knodo Cooko nnd Klorctta
VhaIoy ileo to Oakland with their
babe. Tho former clergyman will not
bo arrested on tho Hempstead, L. I.,
warrant charging abduction.
San Kranclsco committees aro
named to ralso funds and ariango
program for entertaining men of bat
"Woman, I Iovo You," a volumo by
Htnndlcy Oautercaux, ivho gives Stan
lord university ns his address, arouses
Anthony Comstock, who has under
taken Its suppression.
Chicago bishop o now Christian
ps)chology euro Is swamped by let
ters from afflicted persons.
Two joung Korean noblemen havo
comu from Seoul to United States for
nlno )cars of American education.
. M. . ... fjigirliiMtiilMfVtJiiaii
NO PROPERTY IN HONOLULU has
the prospective value of
if you buy it right.
I HAVE A VERY BIG BARGAIN
A seven-roomed HOUSE and large
LOT a little past the
on the main Waikiki road.
-will make a good
Cottage, with mcilern Impiovcmonts;
Emma Square, adjoining tho resi
dence of Jas, P. Morgan; rent $25
JAS. F. MORGAN,
If will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
NO HOSE NEEDED AND IT WILL
LAST A LIFETIME.
Fort Street, near H ote
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seed in Hono
lulu. Call and Sec Them.
EASY RIDING, LOWESTi RATES
J. A. McLEOD,
Has a six-cylinder Buick on call at
all hours and at lowest rates. Tele
phone 715. The popular auto for
Schuman Carriage Co.
SKATING RINK BLDG., Queen St.