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RVENMXO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II BATUnDAY. NOV. . 100?.
s p r i n k 1 c d
wjxisxttv&m?rjp&Mnta .. your
lawn freely this month, m that when
the winter rains come you can get the
best results. We have l'orceimnvth
in 5, 50 and .100 pound bags with
printed directions on each bag.
The Lawn Mower, Rake, Yard
Broom and other tools that you need
to help the Forcegrowth make the lawn
an.be .be L 0. liail & Son.,
furnished hv '
I SPORTS I
WILL WE EAT TURKEY?
THEY ARE ASKING
JUDICIARIES AND CAPIT0LIST3
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i : lelebrated
J JIUVH IIVIIIVUIW
Wholesale nnd Retail
HOSPITAL for Cattle, Horses and Dogs.
Consultations-.-Personal or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
II. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
'A.wmiLTTLUvav.am-jrtri'imTMrri ' n iibiiimbi
Thanksgiving Baseball Game Will
Decide Ownership of Luscious Bird.
Question of "Who Eatst" Is a Very
Live One at Present
One largo, fat turkey the kcict
that .Mother used to bake will bo
the prize fur which the baseball
te-una fiom the Judiciary building
nml the Capitol will battle on Thanks
rMiir Day. The challenge inina
fiom the Capitol and the JudlclarlcJ
look it ii'i nt onie.
That the R.ime will ho n hummer
rocb without saying. There ure bov
ernl men on both Hides who li.no ill
icady made l erords nt tlddledcwlnhs
and they will doubtless show the t
feets of tlielr cxpeileuco when they
don the baggy bieechcs and hit tho
AmoiiR the pitchers for the Judi
cial les will bo llruus, the famoin
domino shark. He occupies a posi
tion second yto none in tho domino
world. Then thcie will bo llawllns
behind tho bat. Hnwllns has had
wide expel lence nt entitling Hilly
bed inn anil he will doubtless make n
decided hit entitling the loather-iov-
Tho line-up of the Judiciary team
will be us follows: Catcher Al
bert Akann, V. T. HawlliiB. Pitch
er W. Chllllngnortli. II. Prims, V.
II. llabbltt. Pirtt base II. Ilruns,
(Jeo. Kona, V. T. Kiiwllns. Second
base Jus, Thompson, V. It llab
bltt. Third banc I'crnandcz, Mar
cilllno. It. ChlllliiRwoith. Shortstop
1'VrnainJoj!, It, ChllllnRWoith. Kiel-
dors C. Stlllmnn. II. Williams,. D.
Sherwood, C. 11. Merrlam.
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GRAND OPENING of NEW GOODS
In our CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
Endless Variety of Fashionable Wearing Apparel at Reduced Prices
Up-To-Datc Men's Suits-Finish and style unexcelled
Men's Blue and Black Worsted Suits at
$20, $17.50, $15, $10.50, $8.50 and
Men's Dark Cloth Suits, stylish and
fashionable, at $20, $17.50, $12.50, $10.50,
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at
JEWELRY 8T0RE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12 th and then every evening to Dec. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them put
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
M. R. Counter,
P. 0. BOX 827.
New Woolen Sweaters
ALL FAST COLORS JU6T ARRIVED.
Children's Romper Suits
Yes Cns&iai fe Co.,
KINO AND BETHEL. PHONE G27.
Everything Quiet in Roped Arena and
No riosppct of Excitement in
Tliprn HPnnm In In. lint llttln rh.HUMl
thnt thoio will bo any aitlvlty In'
the fistic Held as far an Honolulu M
conierned for somo time. Hevcinl
challenges h.ic been made, in a de
stilloiy oort of way, but nothliiR has
come of them.
Some cxiellent sport was handed ,
out for u time and local fans wcio
Flcn a ihaneo to cloat to their
hearts' content. The local Unlit lm-
prebsarlos hae dono nil In their
power to promote tho game, but
eier)thiiiR Is lapsing now for want
Tans will have to get Into the hah-,
It of paying moic money out of their
pockets If they want to keep thlngi(
goliiR. Iloueu'i phtlanthioplc tho.
pioinotois nln be, they will soon !
grow weaiy of pulling oft mills nt u
loss,, und few flghteis have shown
any ileal ie to mix things for glory.
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CHINESE ATHLETIC CLUB
MEETS AND HAS SOCIAL
100 Men's HOMESPUN SUITS, worth $8.50; in every size and color, at $5.00
Hats for Men
The very latest shapes, all
the new colors,
at $1, $1.50, S2, $3, $3.50
WHY Pay $5.00 for a Hat
when we can give
you one just as (9 Cf
good for - - yd'OV
Snappy, Dressy. and Good
Any Color You Want
At $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2
All the Latest Shapes in Derbys at $3.50
Largest and Cheapest Stock in Honolulu
DRESS SHIRTS at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00.
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS at 75c., $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
WORKING SHIRTS, Big line at 50c.. 75c, $1.00.
BOYS' SHIRTS at 50:., 75c, and $1.00.
You can have any style in Shirts you want and SAVE BIG
BALBRIGGAN UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS at 25c.,
50c., 75c, and $1.00.
INDIA GAUZE UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS at 50c,
75c, and $1.00.
MEN'S SOX: Black. Tan, Fancy Colors: a Great Stock;
nt 2 prs. for 25c, 20c, 25:., 35c, 50c, and 75c.
Good Quality Natural Wool UNDER SHIRTS and DRAW
ERS, at $1.00.
ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS, All Sizes, at 35c. and 75c.
PAJAMAS and NIGHT SHIRTS Our new stock is very complete. Night Shirts at 75c, 90c
$1.25. Pajamas in 10 different kinds, well made and fast colors, at $1.50, $1.75,
$2.00, $2.25, $2.50
COLLARS, all shapes. SUSPENDERS, any kind you want. HANDKERCHIEFS, every price
This is the place to buy Clothing and Furnishing Goods for Men and Boys
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd,
This slice comes as near perfection
as finest raateiinls and expeit work
manship can bring it.
Made of finest Black K-u; Calf,
with full leather lining. An ideal
dull leather shoe for business and
general wear. It has attractive style
nnd excellent wearing qualities.
EXPERT REPAIRING OF OLD
SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
EXPERT REPAIRING OE OLD SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
The regular monthly meeting of J
the C. A. C. was held Inst night at
the Chinese V. M. C. A. Hall. About
lllty membeis ueie piebcnt, The i
liieetliiR was pieslded over by Pies-
Idcnt Klin Chung with Secretary ,
Znno ut his ilcht.
After tho rcpoits of various olll-
ceis and committees wcic made, the
lelebiation of Chlncbo Now Year win
discussed and tho following commit
tee wns uppolnted: U. S. Kong, chair
man; SIiir Chong, I'.vWong, K. C.
Vaji, and C. Y. Mailc. Theso gentle
men will hac full power to nrrnnga
for all the sports. It was tho senti
ment of those piescut lust night that
the tinck meet should bo hold one
day anil tho baseball game tho next
As roon ns the business meeting
was loneluded tho membeis enjojed
dainty i ifrcshnients.
Tho following program was ten
dered: Oignn solo, "Nightingale"
Hon. Jos. Coo Klin; addiess, "For the
Good of tho Club," President Kim
Chong; vocal solo, "I Am Afraid to
Come Homo In tho Daik," II. S. Kong;
short bplol, "Pay Your Dued," Tieas
iii or John I.o; Chlncbo song, "1.1
Hung Chang," Coo N. Sing; Pic-Hat-lug
Contest, by Apau KAu and Mon
Yin: bong, "Ilasflball," by C. A. C,
(llco Club; "Aloha Oe," by nil.
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SECOND TEAM TIE
IN SECOND GAME
NOTHING TO NOTHING SCORE IN
il.; Hoe, Ih.; ltosa, ih.; Kellctt, fb.
Puliation WlllfoiiR, le.; Macfar
lane, It.; Goo On, O. Hind, tg.; Gtbb,
c; Smith, rg.; Choy, Putcy, rt.; Mon
Yin. re.; Ilond, q.; "Wilcox Ih.; Hitch
cock, ill.; White, fb.
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College and High School Men Put Up
Spectacular Battle on Gridiron, but
Neither Side Scores Both Teams in
Another iiotlilng-to-nothlnR scoio
was the icbiilt of tho football game
bitweeu the second teams of tho
HiRli School nnd O.ihu College on
Alexander Field Ksteidajr. It was a
liaid-foiight game fiom start to fin
ish, but neither side lottld manage to
fouo the ball niiois thn sioilng
If an) thing, tho two teams placd
belter loolball than they did list
week, and tlicie was cry Uttlo room
foi rault-rtndlDg. Tho bojs played a
clean game, weio fast, and demon
mated tliatlhey havo a pretty thoi
ough iiudcistandlng of tho gumo,
'I bo llno-up of the teams was us
High School Notion, le.; Jamai,
It , Mock Sin, Ig.i Pratt, c; Ham,
ig. Pall, rt.; Davis, le.; Maicallluo,
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GARAGE. PHONE 200.
High School and College Teams Will
Again Engage in Battle for
Tho gicat tug-o'-wnr will come
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, whon
tho flint teams of the High School
and O.ilin Collego again meet on tho
grldlion for n test of strength. Stnco
the last game, both teams havo been
btcadily ut woik, and they will
doubtless put up an excellent exhibi
Tho Collegians put It over tho
lllfih School boys to tho tuno 6f
12-0 last Saturday. The High School
playcisVro determined to rcveiso tho
story this time, however, and n lively
gamo Is certain.
Tho elavens will lino up as follows:
Punnliou Hoogs, le.; Oonoves, It ;
Austin, lg.; II. Hind, c; Chi Bui
rami, ig.; It. Hitchcock, rt.; Do
Iliettovl'le, ie.; Will Desha, q.; I.y
man (captain), Ih.; Finaor, ih.; Lo
High School Aclileu, Ingnlls, lo.;
Kuhim, It.; 11. ChlUingworth, Ig.i
Austin White, c; Saffcry, ir.;
Iettrt.; Audi own, ie; King, 1.
randlcbs, lh.; ltlco (captain),
OIVE DANCE TONIGHT
Tho A Pati la llaseball Club will
give a danco nt I.usltann Hall, cor
ner Alapal and I.unalllo sticots, this
evening at 8 o'clock. Music will bo
furnished by Hi nest Knal's quintet.
Tho A Pallia moil havo beon putting
lu some good html woik lit piep.iia
tlon for the affair and thoy teel con
fident that tho function will bo a sue-
RAY FILTERS Give Color Values and Color Effects. In
four different kinds and strengths to fit all sizes of lenses.
PORTRAIT ATTACHMENTS Make an ordinary ko
dak adaptable to Portrait work. All sizes, COc.
DUPLICATORS For making "Funny Pictures." Ask
to see some of these pictures.
Notice tlie new Ingento View Finder in our
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic." Fort St. near Hotel.
very sweet and tender, on ice, received from New Zeal
and by the Moana. Superior Quality,
NEW ZEALAND BUTTER BELGIAN HARES.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Phone 45 ,
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