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The Weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvaa a complete tummary ol
the news of the day,
E. 0. HALL
& SONS, Ltd.
He Brought Us
Heinz Dill Pickles,
Red Kidney Beans,
They're Just In. Order
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phon 18S,
THE SAD SEA WAVES
THE BOUNDING MAIN
VENTURE WE THREE IN A BOWL,
NO NEVER AQAIN
A Storm-Tossed Wave and a Flowing
Sea May Be All Right tor Some But
on the Beach We'll Pass Our Days. I
From Now Till Kingdom Come
You may talk about dominoes, euclno
You may sing nbout whist or cio
quct; Hut it )ou want grief In a large. Ha
JuHt try a canoo on the bay.
. Well, the Snorting Editor cot lit.
nil right. lie's meek and gcntlo now,
ond If anono has any kicks coming,
now Is the time to come 'round nnd
register them; he wouldn't fight
back with a 2-year-old.
Tho tragedy which changed a
promising jouth, In nil tho glory of
early manhood, to a broken-BpIrltud
near-human, took place an the la
goon at Walklkl jestcrday morning.
The tale Is most too sad to rctatui
but told It shall be, for the bolii.1t
nnd warning of other rash ouths.
While tho Sporting Editor could
hardly be described as conceited, ha
alwnjs considered himself more or
less of a led. On sundry occaidoiii
he has demonstrated his ability to
stay fast on tho hurricane deck of a
bucking steed and ho might havn
ronic near winning a sail-boat race
on the Lake of Geneva once only
that he tried to Jibe In a heavy wind
nnd came to grief.
Hut jcstenlay morning came that
which knocked nil of tho supcr-solla;
flrd ego out of his mnkeuy and.
placed him on a par ulth the chap
that says "Thank Sou" when you biff
him In the eye. And It was one of
those doclle-looklng outrigger canoea
that did It, too. lie oucht to have
had more sense, for the meckesi-
looking hronc, Is always the wpirt,
but well, thereby hangs the tale.
Yesterday morning an acquaint
ance of the Sporting Editor pushed
out from shore in an outrigger ca
noe jou know, one of those spindle
shanked things that looks like afln4
Etnff hollowed out with a fishing polo
lashed alongside. Well, he bad nuv
cr been In one befotrt and made rattl
er sorry work of It. But the Sport
ing Editor once wrote a story of n
canoe race and he has also sat on the
lanal at the Outrigger Club, so he
felt quite competent to give advice.
It was like, tho old story of tho
English lad who took a job as a pas
try cook and. when It was demon
strated that ho could not boll water
without burning It, ruefully admit
ted that he was a horse Jockey by
trade but had alwnjs supposed that
any man who could bring his skate
under the wire in tlmo to carry off
the mone) could do anything else In
tho world. ,
Well, blissful In his Ignorance, the
Siortlng Editor climbed on boar I
and grubbed up one of those silly
little wooden spoons that they use to
push tlio craft through the water. It
was all so ridiculously simple that ho
wanted more than his audience nf
one to admlro him. He cast his off
ojc along shore and discovered an
other joung man, also a novice nt
tho canoeing game, and Invited him
It was wicked folly to do the last
stunt, for the man has a wife nrd
child and maybe he has not paid bis
lfc Insurance premium regularly
The three seated themselves ns
firmly as they could In the floating
eggshell, and started for the lagoon.
It was so easy that they determined
to change their course so as to gut
a little more sea. They did both.
The breakers kopt coming with
great rcgulurlty. Tho Sporting Edi
tor was bow paddle arid he got tl'e
full benefit of everything that came
along including tho remarks of the
rest of tho crew.
Things kept going from Bad to
worse, the canoe-kept getting wob-1
tiller and wobblier and harder and
harder to paddle. The Sporting Ldl-J,oj-
felt that his knees were getting
'wet? he looked down: lo and lit
hold I the canoo was six Inches undor
wator, "Oco whl blubble-blubb:-blubble!"
gasped tho Sporting Edllur
lis hft went down 625 fathoms to tho
bottom of tho lagoon. "IHublilu
blubble!" went tho rest of the crek
and they also went down.
Well, "thej finally came to thn mr.
face and they swam the canoe ashoio'
but the) took a vow then and them
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
to do their flailing on board the AU
meda next time.
BRITISHER BEATS BRITT
IN B9XINQ BOUT
LONDON, Enc, "Nov. 2. Jimmy
Ilrltt was beaten In his tight hern tlhs
eenlnK with Summers, who got tho
decision In tho tenth round.
FACTS AND TIPS .
The Automobile Club of America
has chartered the steamer City of Sa
vannah to take the members of the
club and their friends of the Sa
vannah races onfhnnkBglvIng Day.
The boat will accommodate 400 and
will leave New York on November
21 and 'return Dccembcr'lt
An .Important precedent has been
set far, the courts ot other States
by the ruling of a Supremo Court
JuBtlce In New York, Who holds that
tire chains cm not be barred from
Joseph It. Choatc, former Ambas
sador qonvert because of a runaway,
lie savs that on one Fourth ot July
several jcara ago some bo)R scared
his horse and hn had to take to au
tomoblllng for safety.'
Plurfs placed In tho c Under heads
aro rnbrc likely Jo get dirty than
those In pockets nt the side. There
fore,, do not dismember the coll or
magneto when trouble comes before
examining and cleaning tho plugs.
, As nearly r. can be estimated,
there 1 arc now nbout .five hundred
motor, cabs of, tho landaulet type In
operation. In N'e'w York City, and If
Jho '-optimistic expectations of tho
promoters nroiicaifxea mis numncr
should be tripled or quadrupled be-
There will be lhe distinct depart
ments In the Giahd Central PaUco
Show in Nw.York. December 31
to Janunry Tj "American cars.forejgn
curs, commercial venicie ana taxi
A vigorous campaign against bills
objectionable to motorists' will "bo
waged by. the Massachusetts State
Automobile Association In the State
Legislature.,.,, , , .
Haryta Alumlnate la a tttodnct ob
tained by treating with lot water
,AJr R.A.R. G(JRREY,Jr., begs
1 A to announce that he has
assumed the active management
of the new firm of
Gurt-ey & Co., Ltd.,
"The Photo and Art Shop"
Successors to Hawaii Photo & Art Co.
Ever.y steamer is bringing new
goods of high, artistic merit and
t patrons arc assured that the
Photographic,. Art and Framing
Departments will be conducted
on' the basis of good taste, good
value and prompt service.
GURREY & CO., LTD.,
SU3-9J8 Fa""1 Strcet ' Phone 52 ,
Pongee Shirt Waists
- Patterns and Suits
,a, Come aad Get First Choice. BEIXINO FAST,;
' . Yee Chan & Co.,
JCIN8 aad 1BTKJBL. PHONE 627,
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO VOTE, 00 TO THE
tho scoria formed in the manufacture
of alumlnumr It Is-said to'be tho
best material known to prevent tho
deposit of lime In water Jackets and
With the running of the 200-mlle
Pounders' Week rrlce InM'Blrmount
Park, October 10, Philadelphia was
tho first city in the world to havo
a road race .within; Its, limits and
over public highways,' 'A telephone
system covering the courso was
In charge of the Signal Corps ot the
The' farmers' motorvtar has worked
a transformation on the country
roads of Central Kansas. , The. ten
dency of the farrnera toward ordner
road work has greatly Increased nnd
the road tax Is being used with bet
ter effect than ocr before.
The official postor adopted for tho
Grand Central Palace show In Kew
York this year Is unusually novel.
Its themo Is a cornet showing a huge
red automobile shooting through an
Imaginary sky, leaving behind it a
trail of lurid yellow.
Farmers In tbo Northwest are buj
Ing automobiles In .sufficiently largo
numbers to attract attention. Crops
have been good, and the big farmers
nnd ranchowncib find the automobile
the quickest and best method of cov
ering their huge farms nnd ranches.
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FOR THE VICTIM8,
'nay! The cavalry Is coming,
Mr, Dlue-strap, to the valr;
You'll rje ousted by, a trooocr--
Dumped out thcro be) ond tho p.ilo
With the strains ot "Uooli and Sad'
dlcs."t, t Mjfrtl
Gently wafted on tho air,
Do ou think jour modest trii t Iiirs
Will enchant tho flcklo fat- ?
You'H be llko tho "Itcd legged dough
That they'll place nt Dlati.ond Head;
When thcro 'ro yellow strain abundant
Who will look on blue or red?
Dances, polo, wild g)mkhanns;
' Ah, what visions open wide.
To the timbers, Mr. Hluo strap.
Don't you wish that you could ildo?
Yellow hat cords, gold crossed sabres
Soon tho gentlo maids will sport
And )ou. faithful Mi. Tlluo strap.
Will bo ousted from tho court.
"nay! tho cavalry Is coming!"
Hear each 'ctiantodifalr one shout.
Wo aro porry, Mr. Doughboy, i
Dut you'll soon ho mustered out.
, Glenn .Warrior Is working out
three elevens at Carlisle. He hai.
dies the first team, himself; Johnscn,
the brilliant quarterback of several
seasons ago, has , tho seeond , team,
and Excndine, last year' 0ptaln, Is
In charge of- the third squad.
FANCIES and FLATJ, in SINGLE DRESS PATTERNS and
BT THE YARD.
This will Be a treat opportunity for FANCY WORK
and PRESENTS for the near-by HOLIDAYS.
Amonpt others we will offer:
TAP SILKS, 20 inthes wide, in Black nnd Red only,
at 25c yard.
.KIMONO and CUSHION SILKS, 30 inches wide, RE
DUCED FROM 7So to 65c yard.
GUARANTEED PLAIN TAFFETAS, $1.00 quality, RE
DUCED to 75c yard.
CHIFFON DRESS PATTERNS no duplicates RE
DUCED from $15.00 to $10.00 PATTERN.
REMNANTS, for fancy work, Ctc." All silks guaran
teed or money refunded.
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Women's and Children's
GAC aaa Stock of numbers we are not
pi J, UW repeating and odd lines.
To be closed out regardless of cost
Amongst many other lines will be found
about 1000 pairs of the famous
A sample pair of every
number we are offering
will be found on tables
in the Shoe Depart
ment. ' Never before
has such a chance been
offered to save money
At the same time step into the other departments and
inspect our fine new stook. SALE NOW ON.
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Sale Now On
L B. Kerr
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE.
Next, Nov. 2,
BE0IN A GREAT
- of -
Den't Fail to Visit
the Shoe Sale
& Co., Ltd.,