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vervtning for the &i
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EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
James "Ulua" Couldn't
Make The Weight
I-os AiikcIcs, t'al., I'd). IS. Tlio
llrltt-Nolnon ftKht lma bcuu postponed
until the 3d (if March, llrutlier Wll
lus mill the Battler liml :i incctliiK
with McCaroy jtBtcrilay mid the
iiiuthciu manneur told the llcgc
wlucli boy that they wcro foolish to
null off ii'flGht of sucirimportnnco In
tuch a short time nnd that more at
tention and time should he given to
boosting the cent. The llano was
Eomewhnt reluctant In agreeing, but
finally gave his consent. Tlio real
truth of tlio matter Is that llrotlicr
James cannot hiako the weight In the
time left under the original agree
ment, nnd his mnnagcr was stalling
for time, hut Nelson wus wise at
that and felt that It would bo better
to havo things right, especially since
ho Is bothered Just now with a soro
hip that he got training. At Unit,
Wlllus agreed to allow hfhi $y00 to
ward trntnlng expent.es.
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Alllolnnl College, won out from the
High School easily yesterday In tlio
(humplonshlp football gnmo of the
Junior Association League. Tho score
at the end of the conte3t wiir Ave
points tn a big lound goso-egg In
faver of the collegians. This makes
Ihcm the fhnmplons of the league,
thej having seven Jmltits to I'una
Tho von llnmm-Young Company
brought tho (list ntttnmobllo to tho
lBlands. It was nn electric runabout
for Aloxander Young.
purposes Tate nnd Vlda will do tho
finishing touches to the business this
nfternoon at 2 o'clock,
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II IMS SETTIB
Eddie Tate And Yida
Get Together Again
IMilIo Tate nnd V Vlda could not I
come tn terms yesterdn nt their '
meeting In Jack Scully's place. They
did considerable tnlklng And got rid
of a lot of things that were In
the way of the match. They hud no
agreement drawn up, but this will bo
icndy for them to sign nt their meet
ing this forenoon.
Considerable discussion took place
as to who would be tho proper per-J
con to pull off the match and promote '
It. Vlda was strongly In favor of
having hmclf mid Tate pull the
match off together, arguing that
they could thus offer a better purso
to the wrcstteis, and still be assured
of cleaning up n little thcmrolves.
Tate didn't much fall In with" this
Idea, saying that ho would rather
conduct tho match alone, llq said
that lie would gle no per cent, of the
ntlrfin If lin innnnunil tlin tthnw. Vlrin
bucked on this, giving as a reason '
that It was too low Tate remarked I
then that If annno bid higher than
he, he would be perfectly satisfied, '
so long ns that person would put up
-S.-im .InhWm nnd W. Wilder wero '
liicntlonc'dlatf referees, and an effort
will be made to secure them. Tho
match will be catcli-as-catch-can, un
der the rules laid down by tho Inter
national Wrestling Association. A
forfeit of $50 will bo posted at tho
meeting today, when the articles of
tho match are signed. Hans Froe
lcchcr Is billed to go to Walluku this
evening ori business nnd for training
i i urn in I ' . J . J
Jess Woods came In on tho Korea
otcrdny. lie Is tho man who Im
ported Mike I'lsher's stars mid put
Honolulu on tho bascbaU map, Jess
It nn old California boy who has made
good on the Islands. Ho Is at tho
head of tho biggest bathhouse in Ho
nolulu, and by fnr tho largest fish In
tho sporting puddle. There Is noth
ing pulled off on the Islands but that
ho has a hand In It. Ho made the
baseball tour a howling success nnd
cleaned up $3000 at tho box onlcc
J eos la hcie on a dual mission. Ho
ramo to visit relatives, vu live in
tho Interior, and to nttend to some
baseball matters. Tor instance. Hea
ter wns not satisfied with tho con
tract that Danny Long Bent him.
Danny offered $125 a month. Renter
think he Is worth more money, and
he delegated Woods to Intercede for
him. Heater has n Job with tho
street ralfioad nnd he can live with
out playing baseball. As expected,
Hostou handed Joy a' miserly contract
nnd the big southpaw 11 red It back
without any signature, Harney as
turcil Woods ho would continue nt
his trade beforo he would play for tho
money Iloston offered him.
"They nre still talking nbout that
visit of KlBhcr's down my way," said
Woods. "Tlio players made n lot ot
I r lends vhllo on tho Islands, and tho
fans would llko to see tho bunch
come back, Thero may bo something
doing ngnln this fall. I am going to
look over tho ground and may mako
some arrangements before I go home.
1 will bo here several weeks, -o I
have lots of time to talk business."
San l'ranclsco llulletln.
HMUH LEME IS '
Tho special meeting of tho Knplo
lanl Hasebalt League will bo held at
the rcsldenco of Vice President John
K. Sllvn this evening. Tho final ar
rangements for the series that begins
on March 15 will be made and neces
sary details of management nttended
to. The first games of this loaguo
will bo played on'the 15th of next
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, WHITNEY fc MARSH
will begin SATURDAY, the 29tli
and will continue during
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
Remnants of all descriptions
WASH, WOOLENS, RIBBONS,
EMBROIDERIES, CRETONNES, MULLS, etc.
m See Window Display
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE TOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask for QUINN.
month between tho Hellanco and
Highlanders for tho first gnmo nnd
I.culils nnd Young Tldnl Waves for
tho second. A diuico will bo held nt
San Antonio hull tomorrow evening
to rolso money for uniforms. Tho
new lcaguo has bright prospects.
The following postal information
hns been received for Jess Woods
from Jtmmlo Ililtt:
Los Angeles, Oil., Teh. 10, 1908.
Heie training to fight Nelson. Am
In good shape nnd expect to win on
Mnrcli 3. Think wo will draw more
money than Fisher and I did in Ho
nolulu. Hope ou are well.
Tho exhibition matches In men's,
doubles at tho opening of tho Mnurtajt
Tcnnls Club. Saturday afternoon, will'
bo between tho following plajera: A
T. Ilrock nnd W. Williamson against
Oeorgo Warren and W. I Warren; V.
C. Athorton nnd V. D. Btcero against
A. J. I.ourey nnd C. O. Oockus.
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Entries for the big field nnd track
meet closo nt 7:30 March 13. There
aie four teams entered. Athletes not
belonging to any club may also enter.
Mrs. Ynez Blioili White, society
lender, who will become tho bride of
Captain Huck In the Philippines, Is
refused permission to travel to Ma
nila on nn army transport.
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NOTES today contain items of interest to every lady, every wearer of shoes. We are overstocked with SOROSli,
the best shoe made for ladies' wear. These shoes are not odd sizes, nor shoD-worn goods of last year's stvles,
but new lasts, the best we have in stock and ail we have. You have been paying from $3.50 to $5.00 for a
soecial last S0R0SIS. We are going to sell them to you during this end-of-the-month sale for $3.00. This is a bqna-fide offer
which you should grapple with tomorrow befor.e the best of the lot is taken.
AN AdGRKfiA'ITOX OF Nil JUT WAIST VAI.KKK SKI.-
DO.M KOI'XIJ I'XDICU OXK l00,K. T1IKSK
AUK UKAI'TIFITI.I.Y JIADKOF FIXK,
2KT AXD KAt'II OXK A DISTIXCT IJAItGAIN. -I
2.50 T.AWX WAIST triiiiuicd witli incdallioiH for ?1.00
$2.75 I.AWX WAIST luce triiiimwl for $2.10
$3.00 I.AWX WA 1ST, lace yoke, for . .. ?2.25
?3.25 MKUfKUlZKD MVU. WAIST lace trinmiwl
?.1.00 IXDIA .SILK WAIST tucked yoke, for ?3.00
?L50 .MKUCKUIZK1) WAIST, triiniucl with two-
tin end lace, for , $3.40
$5.50 JIKUC'KUIZKU II I'LL WAIST, medallion
trimmed, for $4.15
$7.50 IXDIA SILK WAIST, trimmed with 'two
thread laee, for $5.75
$S.OO WIIITK XKT WAIST, lined with China
will;, for $0.25
$10.00 ECltr OUIKXTAL LACK WAIST, lined
with silk, for $8.00
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fBgWlMWWWMiliMMlMl ivftiUliTr HU;1
If wry man in Honolulu could see our clothing and com
pare it with that sold in other stoics wo would do tho clothing
husiness of the Territory. Krister opens the door to Summer.
It is the time for hpfius; honnets for women and new suits for
FULL SITJ'S, STYLISH OUT AXD GOOD ALL-WOOL
.MATKUIAL, $5.00 TO $20.00.
SIXGLK TUOUSKUS from $1.75 to $0.00; worth don
hlf the money.
1100 SHIRTS FOR 31 EX, the best lot of shuts oyer sold
under price, go to yn during this salo at 50i. Others nro
priced to $2.00 nnd nro Worth Double Hecauso They Aro
XJ'X'KWKAR, ALL 1008 STYLES, Beautiful Shades
UXDKUSNIRTS, regularly flOe., XOW 25(J. Others nt
50 nnd 75. KLASTIC SKA.M DRAWERS that never
hold for k than 70J XOW GO TO YOU AT 40, Oil
T1IRKK FAIR FOR A DOLLAlt.
SHT, 77 AW? Aim, M0XHV-8A VI NG VUIOffS. DliESS
THE FOLKS NOW.
A 3IAGX1FIOKXT ASSOimiEXT OF TRUNKS AXD
SUIT-CASKS AT YOUR PJMCK.
SOMETHING NEW IN
Cotton is mndo theso days to look liko silk through tho Mercer
process. Wo hnvo mhiio llenutiful Good of this kind for sale,
and thero will ho fino choosing fioiu Excellent Grades nt
MERCERIZED 11AT1STES going nt 20.
WH1TE-GROUXD PAXAMA, with dots nnd floral ef
ORDTXARY FINISH BATISTES, 12y.
1JED AXD BLUK SHADES LINEN BASTISTK,
L1XEX FIXISI1 CIIAMRRAYS, 15.
SMALpCIIECK FLAXXELETTES, some with stripes,
8Vi. Extrn Good Vnlue, nssorted patterns, 10.
AL1-WOOL MOHAIR, in various shades, Splendid Value,
$1.00 to $1.50 n ynrd.
FANCY ALL-WOOL MOHAIR, 75 to $1.25 u yard.
This is n good, strong wcavo with a lustrous finish. Ask
to seo it. ' T
We dislike to admit that we have overbought in the HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT, but it's true, and
wc are going; to make the best of it. We vtould rather make the loss now than carry over a big stock for
a season. Considering the quality of our goods, our prices would make n buyer blush. We are offering
. CnrfcCAnC BED AND WHITE- FULL SIZE. EXTRA FINE WOOL BLANKBTS, selected from the stock of the
and Jr lrA!l I uE6t maker on the Coast, at $G.OO and higher. Every sale means a loss to us.
u t4 tv" BED SPREADS, full line for single, three-quarter and double beds, little-priced but Big Value.
L. B. KE
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