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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., MONDAY, OCT. 5, 1908.
Another shipment of the famous
Columbia and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. We can furnish you a wheel
anywhere from ?25. ui to $S0. We have chain and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle is still the popular mount for all who
have to get about daily and have to cover much ground
and wish to do it quickly and at little expense. ALL
KINDS of BICYCLE SUNDRIES and PARTS CARRIED IN
STOCK, and a Well-Equipped Shop Ready to Do All Kinds
of Repair Work.
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are low-priced, yet
good and strong
the ideal shoes for a
We have Buster
Brown Shoes for
"Girls, Misses, and
REGAL SHOE STORE,
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AL. THURLOW Proprietor: late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chpps, Lobsters, Oysters,
aiid Frogs' Legs
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Reilly Stops Weber
In the Fourth Round
BOQUES WINS IN 8TH OYER MACK
Chicago Pats Pittsburg
Oat oi Race, and
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 4. Chicago
defeated Pittsburg In the National
Dasebnll League game hero today, tlila
victoiy giving the locaU a good lead
In the pennant race and eliminating
PittHburc from the contest. The rate
Charllo Ilcllly, proving his title as Introduced "Jack McKadden. whom'u now between Chlcaeo and New
n ring general of exceptional ability, everyone knows," who also cballong-York, with Chicago three games to
on Saturday evening last, put n tcr- eg the winner of the coming 'con- the good.'
rifle right Into Charlie Weber s mid- test. Joe Leahy was Introduced, ami DETHOIT, Mich., Oct. 4. Tho
section In the coiin.e of tho fouith challenged any lightweight In the fight for the American League chani
rcmml. that ended that boy"s nsplrn- Islands. He was dubbed as tlio'plonshlp Is still close, the Detroit
tlons for the time being. lchamplon amateur featherweight of 'team belne nhcad by only six points.
At no stage of the game was Weber the Pacific Coast. with Cleveland, tho second team InJ
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ly Jabbed him In tho face, until tho cheers from tho house, and took the
lust, when lie came up helpless after corner nearest the audience. Weber
that rlalit to tho wind and was Bent followed him Immediately Into the
to dieamland under a volley of lefts ring. They wcro Introduced, and
and rights to tho Jaw, It was per- weights announced as 128 pounds.
rectiy clear tliat lie was entirely out-. Mike Patton was announced hnsAlro
clubsed. llellly Jabbed for his faco keener. - "
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A shipment of up to date
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until ho had Weber guarding there,
nml then drove some wallops homo to
the wind that would have stopped tho
town clock. Thoy beat V(uer,
Reilly Is Brilliant. ''
The bouttfiis a beautiful exhibi
tion because of the tlean work, tho
cool.hc'.id, the excellent Judgment, tho
Itgntnlng speed of Itellly. He has Im
proved since his appearance with Sic
Fndden, even. Ills footwork is sim
ply great. And the foice of his
blows has evidently improved very
considerably. That stinging right,
for Instance, which tucked Wobet'a
heart right up under his chin, seem
ed to sink Into the softness of the
body up to the wrist.
Weber wns evidently no Blouch, In
his ilasa, but he was not anywhere
near the chits of the peerless Itellly.
Chalmers to the Fore
Chalmers Oraham, acting as mas
ter of ceremonies, opened tho big
sliow by bringing forth Jack Lamph-
ere of China and introducing him as
the challenger of any heavj weight In
the Islands. Chnlmers further an
nounced the fact that Lamphere had
boxed thiee rounds here with Jack
Johnson at one time In the past.
Charlie Stack and Charlie lloquet,
two bos who were to furnish the
preliminary event of tho ovenlng,
were then Introduced, at 140 pounds.
Though this fact was not announced.
the circumstance that Mack Is n n-
ilne and lloquet n sailor added an In
terest to the bout.
Krnnkle Smith of San Francisco
was then Introduced as the rcfore
of this bout. Tho men agreed to
Aiaca teu, urn m me ursi ex
change lloquet drew blood from the
other's left eje. From that time,
Mack was a bloody spectacle. They
clinched, aud ns they came out of It
lloquet cent him to the floor with a
hard light. He came up groggy and
was forced Into the lopes. Mood from
his cyo covered Roquet's shoulders.
Mack recovered and rushed as tho
gong sounded. Mack foiced the paco
for a mlnuto in tho second, but llo
quet soon opened the sore eye again,
and, a moment later, when Mack
missed a wide swing, dropped him
cleanly with a left to the chin. Mark
came back gamely, and was rushing
when the gong sounded.
Mack began to light under for the
body, but seemed to be somowhat
weal;, and the bout looked through
the third and fourth like all Do
quct's. In tho fifth he had Mack
stalling, nnd It ueenieil ns though he
would havo put his man out had ho
followed up the wide lends left him.
Hut In the sixth lloquet wns ap
parently tlted, and Mack camo up
strong, lloquet missed, and they
clinched. lloquet landed with right
on the fuce, but his left slipped, nnd
Mack swung In two hard rights to tho
body, and repeated. Howevor, llo
quet presently staggered him with
another right, and thoy stalled out
the round. Stalling most of the time
In the seventh, Mack took the count
ns the gong sounded, lloquet had
much tho belter of the eighth round,,
but fulled to tuck his man away.
When Smith held up Iloquet's arm us
n sign that ho was lctor, the crowd
yelled its approval of tho decision.
The Usual Challenges
Chalmers Oraham announced that
Franklo Smith challenged the win
ner of tho main bout. Tho referee,
who does not wish to appear In the
limelight, was Introduced, and rccelv
cd quite nn ovation, Chalmers then
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The Bout by Rounds
uounu une rncy snnKe nanus.
Reilly Jabs with his left to the faco
twice, and they clinch. Ileilly Jnbs
twice again, and they clinch. Ho
jabs, and again tbey clinch. Weber
sends his left to the Jaw, and they
clinch. Reilly duckr a left lead, and
jabs Weber In the fare, llellly
shoots In left and right to the head,
and ducks a wild rush. Weber scores
with n light left to the face. Reilly
... i. i . .. . . . .1 Tho Aala Athletic Club gavo a
until Weber misses a w Id right andl 8alurduy nght whlch
, .. , , , , . , , .proved to be a blgsuccess.
In Inn lin.lv nml nminrpiif a nla ninn in
Chicago. . s
NEW YORK, N. Y.uOct.3. Pitts
burg has Jumped tor" first place In the
National llaab!ill League, the stand
lni?ofTthV threo leading National
Eeague clubs at the conclusion of to
day's games being: Pittsburg, .041;
Chicago, .C38; New York, .033. In
(he American League series the De
trolts still hold their lead by a mar
gin of ten points. The standing now
is: Detroit, .593; Cleveland, .583;
AAUS GIVE DANCE
win mia success
to the body and uppcrcuts his man In
the face with tho same wicked hand.
They clinch again, nnd Weber stalls
out the round. Tho men are break
ing clean at the word of the refeiee.
RoundJ Two Weber blocks tvo
left jabs, but Reilly shoots over a left
to tho chin, to tho stomach, and to
tho face agnln In quick succession.
They clinch, nnd Reilly comes out
jabbing again, Ho counters Weber's
lead with a left to the body and right
and left straight to the face. Weber
puts his right to the ear. Reilly
closes the round In a whirlwind of
blows, sending his left to the 'chin,
his right arm left to tho face, jabbing
again nnd again, and swinging his
right on th'e hend. He Jabs Weber
four times Ucforo the other can move,
nnd that Implacable left is darting
out Into Weber's face with terrific
legulaiity and the speed of chain
lightning nfc the gong sounds, with
the beaten' man bleeding profusely.
nnd staggering into a clinch, almost
out, as tho tlnio of respite comes.
Gone Saves Weber
Round Three Reilly comes out
jabbing. He scores six times on Web
er's fuce, and changes off to a wide
left to the body that hurts. Rut
Weber comes back gamely with his
last (lash In the pan. He sends in
two right crosses to the face. Reilly
comes at him fleicely. Every blow In
the catalogue Is sent Into the unfor
tunate Weber. Reilly Is working tor
the body, and Weber hanging on, try
ing to save himself. Ilut It seems
that ho can't by any means get away
from Reilly's terrible fists. The gong
saves Weber, who Is being beaten
about the ring mercilessly.
Round Four Reilly sails In hard.
His first Jab tosses Weber's head.
They clinch, and Itellly sends In a
left to tho face, following with a rush
that has Weber staggering wildly In
to a clinch. Again he goes after
Weber hard, and the beaten ono
clinches to ward oft the Inevitable.
IN Is weak. As thoy square away
from tho clinch, Refliy sinks his
right with pile-driver force Into the
stomach, and Weber leans against
him, gasping, going to tho floor, un
der n olley of rights and lefts. He
takes tho count, and as he comes up
lie Is met with u left that fairly
cracks as It meets his chin. Tho left
darts out again, and a stunning right
shot out straight to the chin drops
him. Weber Is counted out.
A goodly crowd attended. The
sfiow wns excellently managed, and
In ecry way a clean and most sat lb
factory exhibition, characteristic of
tho usual good exhibitions given by
Promoter Fred, Smith.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Tho dance started at 8 p. m. and
was well attended. Ho Tong, the
floor manager, kept the crowd busy
dancing until midnight. The Kalll
mat Oleo Club furnished the music
during tho evening Much credit Is
due to the committee for the success
of. this dance, Sam Hop and, Manuel
Cofrea'constltute the committee In
Charge of the very enjoyable' affair.
With the Intention of challenging
Frank Gotch, the world's champion
wrestler, Yusslff Mahtnout, champion
of Uulgnrla, arrived In the United
States recently on the Columbia.
Mahmout has had a wonderfully suc
cessful career In Europe and has
thrown every man he wrestled. He
had a match scheduled with Hackon-
schmidt three weeks ago, but "Hack"
dislocated his knee In training and
the match was abandoned,
Mnhraout Is a giant In stature and
his European admirers think him the
coming champion. He believes he
can defeat Gotch and the champion
will probably meet Mahmout In New
IN 1 21
llIUailTON REACH, L. I Oct. 3
A 24-hour nutomobllo record was es
tnblishcd hero today in a contest, n
Simplex car being dilvcn for 1177
miles In that pcilod. Tho Lozler car
went 1127 miles and a Thomas entiy
11 in miles. The previous record was
WE are showing some
I High Class Novelties
In Short. Three-quarter, and Full Length. They cone in
WHITE, BLACK, CREAM, NAVY, and BROWN. No Two
Alike. Alifr , z.i! i, i, ... "
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KH.OHANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS ,v
Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday Oot.13.vThe little Minister"; Thursday. Oot. 15, "The
Confessions of a literary Pilgrim"; Monday, Oct. 19, "Dr. Luke of the .
Labrador"; .Wednesday, Oct. 21, "King Henry VUT. Season tickets for
the course may be obtained at Bergntrom Music Companv, Wall, Nichols
Co.. R: W. Perkins' Studio, and the Kilohana Art League.
Now on Display.
King and Bethel Sts.
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The Alameda brought them to us and they are fine,
fat, tender, and juicy. Put these on any Honolulu table
tomorrow and you could entertain a king. Order Today,
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On Monday, October 5,
we will show, ex Alameda,
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