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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If.. THURSDAY, OCT. 1C, 1008.
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little expense and a great deal of pleasure. There is, however, one im
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Large New Shipment of
IN GLASS JAHS.
Every Qrocer Has Them Now,
Insist on getting tliem
J Looal and National
Scully Has An Evenly
Balanced Card For
Tomorrow cvriiltiK at Independence
Hall, on AlnUcii street, Jack Scully
Is kMiik ii bIiow fur the boxing fans
which IooKb good to tho3o who de
light in tile glove game. Fox of tho
toipedo licet mid TrliiKIc, renroscnt
ItiK the crulKcr, liotli lightweights
nnd good boys, will furnish the main
tuixnt, nt 1.12 pounds, for fltteeu
loumlH. Tlic fans of this city liavo
teen I work, and know that ho Is
the best In the burg with the possible.
exceptions of l'ellly and I.eahy, nml
that he went to u, draw with Hellly
proves that he Is not to bo counted
out of any class which Is going In
In fact, the allowing which Fox
mailc with Leahy yostciday was a
lev elation to the spectators, lloxlng
with I.cihy at tho boat house, ho
slashed In and had the featherweight
boxer from tho Coast almost going nt
one or two places. In fact, this Kox
has a very determined way about
him, and a kick like a mule, and as
the men of the crulseis arc Inclined
to think that Trlnklc ought 'to be
the fawultc of tho two, it looks as
If about as classy a bout as has been
M?en In this place In many a day Is
on for tomorrow.
Jack McKaddpn and McColloupli,
the Eoldier, ale appearing In tho prc
llminailos, going eight nnd six
lounds. They are both matched with
men who boxed draws with them
here before. An evenly balanced
card, which reflects Scully's usual
good management, Is certain!) being
Fox and Leahy Go 3
Hard Rounds and
Fox of tho destroyer I'erry, who
boxes Trlnklc tomorrow night, work
ed out yesterday with Joe Leahy, go
ing three very hard rounds with the
little crack from tho Coast In a man
ner which both pleased tho crowd of
onlookers nnd convinced them of Joe's
abounding cleverness. Fox had
things humming In the first round,
but he made the mistake of intro
ducing somo horseplay Into the sec
ond, nnd was stepped good and short
by a right and left to the ear that
shook his head. Young Nelson went
on for three more rounds with Leahy.
Joe Is now In the very best of con
dition, though, he Is not down to
weight, ltollly has been below tho
notch for the past few- days, as he
has not been In the very best fettle,
but yehterday he declared that he had
entirely iccovered, nnd was feeling
good aB gold.
Iloth Young Nelson and Weber nio
looking very lit. Nelson Is In his us
ual sleek, good condition, and n tlmo
of systematic training has so put
Welier on his pins that ho Is quite
8 M M
A basketball team has been organ
ized at Fort Shatter within tho last
few days, and now the men of the
fort are talking n league to arrange
nnd control games. Other organiza
tions which ought to be able to put
out teams hac been approached In
the matter, but plans aro not defi
nitely worked out as yet.
Lieutenant Chilton of the 20th In
fantry Is acting as coach for tho sol
dier's team, which Is leady to go Into
tho field. He made a visit at the
Y. M. C. A. yetterday for tho pur
pose of seeing what could bo done
tliero In the uny of arousing Interest
In tho project'. The schools of tho
city will also be asked to take part
in a scries of games which will bo
held in December according to pres
ent plans, in case a league Is form
ed, tho games may bo continued
through the early pait of the spring,
completing a full season.
WOLSBY.S. D., Sept. 29. What
Mr. Taft personally thinks of gnlt ns
n fat man's exercise was stated to
day by the nominee, who said he had
received an Intimation that lie ought
to come to South Dakota nnd con
Unco tho peop'o lhat he wns not nn
aristocrat or 'ilinve the, people. Ho
"They said tbat I had been playing
golf this summei, that It was a rich
man's game, nnd that It Indicated
that I was out of sympathy with tho
plain people. I want to state my
enso before tho bar of public opinion
on the subject of that game of golf.
In Scotland golf Is the game of tho
people, and In this country where
you can get n placo to live and play
It, It Is a game for peoplo who ure
not active enough to piny baseball
or tennis, or who have too much
weight to carry around to play thoio
games. And yet, when a man weighs
IS." pounds, you have to give him
boino opportunity to make his legs
and muscles move and golfing offers
"No Dude" in Appearance
u may uo mat it is mo game oi
rich men, but 1 beg to assure you
that I am personally advised of the
fact that a poor man can play It, and
somehow or other my friends were
certain that If I could only come out
hero and show you what kind of a
man I am in appearance, you would
get over tho Impression that tliero
was an) thing about mo that resem
bled a dude."
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OYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Ntuanu & Merchant.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Alexander and Wright, tho Amer
ican tennis champions, will pass
tluougl) this city tomorrow on the
Mnramn, bound from tho States to
Australia, whero they aro to compete
with tho Colonial cracks.
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Tennis entries for the coming
tourney close this evening.
Tickets aie belling fast for tho box
ing contents at tho Independence Club,
Ainuea street, Friday night at 8
o'clock. You want to go, bo get your
tlckctB now at tho Fashion Cigar
Jim Jefferlos has offered Champion
Nelson a match with Freddlo Welsh
In Los Angeles.
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Tralco's Best showed his Bupcilor
Ity over Golden Traleo In stako nt
IiiRleslde combing park.
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Trainer Enoch Wlshnrd has arrived
ut Knicryvlllo with tho eastorn dl I
blon of A. US pi eckles' racing estab.
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Tho Crowd beat Oonigctouii In tho
semifinal scries of tho Oraml national
staka at Inglesldo coursing park.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
PHONE 200. ..
A recent Issue of tho Cornell
Alumni News, which has arrived hero
contains, an account of the forma
tion of a Cornell Club In this city,
und an editorial welcoming Hawaii
into tho territory coveted by tho
alumni associations of tho university.
Tho club was organized last Juno
12th. Officers elected were: 1). G.
Smith, '83, president; D. L. Van Dlno
'01, vice president: C. J. llunn, '08,
secretary und tieiisurcr.
Charter members of this club arc:
A. L. C. Atkinbon, '00; D. N. Case,
'08: J. W. Gllmore, '98; J: K. Hig-
glns, '98; C. S. Hollowny, '99; C. J.
llunn, '08; V. McCaughey, '08; C.
A. AlarDonnld, '90; W. J. McNeil,
91; K. V. Mitchell, '07; 11. G. Smith,
'S3; D. L. Vim Dine, '01; Edgar
Other men rpuallflcd to belong to
this club aro In Honolulu, and it is
hoped that all of them will come In
with tho proposition.
If you wont to sco eomu good hoxInE
bouts go to1 the Independence club Fri
day night at 8 uclock. See McFudden
tt a tt
Tho crack Vancouver Uugliy team
will play II vo games in San Francisco
K It II
Automobile, dealers aro planning for
a winter course by oxperts on tho
International rules goxnrulng auto
mobile, racing may bo changed.
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Jockey Shilling, champion ilder of
tho vour, had tho mount on Fliesldo
In the opening handicap at Knicryvlllo.
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Mis. (laston Aslio thieatens lo ex
posn tinmen of women responsible f"r
hcpaiatlon between her and her litis
BIG CROWD OUT AT
Fern Warns Voters Not
To Erase Names
A rccortl-breiMng crowd nltcndcd
tho Democratic meeting nt School und
l.llllia streets last evening. They
were banked up clear across tho
street. Joo Fein, tho candidate for
tho odlce of Mayor, was the princi
pal speaker of the evening, making
a'hlt by his ready use of three lan
guages, English, Hawaiian, nnd Por
tuguese. The Interpreter tidded an
extra nourish to Judge Edlng's
speech, and J. C. Anderson made an
other sort of a hit by adding a Chi
nesa Interpretation to his talk In En
glish and Hawaiian.
Fern referred to the allegation
that ho and Harvey were, responsible
for tho Increasing under the present
Hoard of Supervisors of the wages
of day laborers for the County fiom
$1.25 to $1.00 per day.
Ho drew some comparisons which
amused tho people, among them sug
gesting the levying of domestic infe
licity in the shape of expulsion of
tho husband fiom tho house by his
frau, In case she found he was go
ing to vote for any other candidate
The nearness of a Republican meet
ing not so well attended gave
rise, probably, to Fern's remarks in
legard to their alleged discourage
ment. He said that they saw the
Democratic meetings were better at
tended than their own, and had sent
men around luhlrlng the peoplo to
scratch ccitaln names from their bal
lots. Fern stitcd that this would
cause the ballots to be thrown out,
and advised any person who was ap
proached in thin way to collar tho
man who suggested an erasure, and
take him to the police station forth
with. Ho intimated, of course, that
such n course was being pursued in
the hope of getting a good number
of Democratic ballots invalidated.
Joe Fern futthcr said, switching
over from Hawaiian into English,
that ho had been referred to as an
empty-head. Ho cited his long em
ployment by tho Wilder nnd Inter
Island people to refute this, and fur
ther urged his regard for the peoplo,
showing that some candidates get tho
big head and ctasc to caro for or pay
any attention to their interests,
which he himself did nnd does.
A number of other speakers were
heard through the evening. Judge
Edlngs was among these. He alleg
ed that while beer nnd boozo had
been cut out of the Republican cam
paign, mental stimulus of a violent
type has not, and Is being adminis
tered In tho form of buncombe, tho
particular Instance he took being the
argument advanced by the opposition
that Governor Frear needs the sup
port of a Republican Legislature in
order to do the most effective work.
He wondered what pernicious bills
tho Republicans want to Introduce,
that they are afraid of Democrats in
Tho Judge had been advised to cut
from his speech the comparlbon of
Ilryan riding Into the White House
on the Democratic donkey to Christ
riding- Into Jerusalem on a beast of
the same genus. Ho compiled, but
the Interpreter glibly inserted It, ac
cording to tho old habit, and the
crowd had n laugh on tho speaker.
Edward Ingham stated that tho
Republicans did not keep campaign
promises, citing the land laws. Un
dertaker Sllvn denied that thero was
any Intention of scratching hnolo
names from tho Democratic ticket,
saying that the Democrats wero go
ing to voto for tho ticket. Ho also
thought tho Republicans ought to
hurry up and do something.
Joe Kuhla had his speech rend by
tho chairman. His throat is notMn
llrst-rato shapo for n cnndldato Is
almost as badly oft us Jim Qulnn's
hand, In fact. Hut Kuhla smiled and
bowed ns a period was nicely turned
Just as realistically us If ho wero do
ing tho wholo thlug all by himself.
San Francisco Supervisors upprovo
plans for construction of $2,000,000 city
und county hospital,
Jack Scully, tho popular sport and
pioprietor or the Fashion saloon, will
pull off some splendid boxing bouts
nt tho Indopundcnco Club, Alakca
btreet, Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
Attorneys for railroads attack iiowo
of Interstate commcrco commission In
Federal courts. Expert lawyers defend
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern BUOAB MA
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and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
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SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 17
The Classic Athletic
Event of the Season
15 Rounds -15
For the Lightweight Championship
A Rattling Six-Round Preliminary
Weber and Nelson
AT 126 POUNDS
TICKETS on sale at Fitzpatrick's
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PRICES Stage Seats, $2.50; Re
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Seats on sale at Bergs trom Music Co.
Wonderful Motion -Piotures bring
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Monday and Thursday
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The most popular
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