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EVHNINCI UUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., WKDNHSDAY. NOV. 18, 1908
o n V o u r
lawn freely this month, so that when
the winter rains conic you can get the
hest results. We have Forccgrowth
in 25, 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 Forccgrowth make the lawn
Wholesale and Retail
HOSPITAL for Cattle, Horses and Dogs.
Consultations Personal or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
H. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
HOLIDAY SHOPPING HADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. 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.
We do expert S',5C rcpaiiing by machine. Leave your
old slices with us and we will have them lepaired strongly
and neatly within flfticn minutes for you. We use only
the best materials. Shoes look as good as new.
VICKER'S whole s:lcs and heels $2.00
VICTOR'S half soles and heels $1.25
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING and BETHEL STS.
New Woolen Sweaters
ALL FAST COLORS JUST ARRIVED.
Children's Romper Suits
Yee Chan fc Co.,
KING AND BETHEL.
from us, besides
you save money. '
lia HOTEL ST, I
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
MATCH MAY BE ARRANGED BE
TWEEN THE TWO MEN
If Soldier Will Content To Meet De
nial Dick, Fans Hay Be Given An
other Opportunity to Crowd Around
the Arena Looks Promising
If Soldier Miller nccs fit to extend
his challenge to Dick Sullivan, It Is
likely that thorp may be a very good
mill licre In the near future. Al
though here for rest and recreation
more than anything else, Sullivan Is
not aern to entering tho roped
arena and hag expressed himself ac
cordingly. "I camo oer hero for a visit," said
Sullivan yesterday. "Nevertheless, I
should nut object to a go If one
could be arranged. They tell mo
that tho game Is pretty dead hero
Just now. It seems to me that some
thing could bo worked up, however.
I bclloe thnt n couple of good mid
dle or heavyweights would draw bet
ter than lightweights.
Although he did not say so In so
ninny words, Sullivan Inferred that
Soldier Miller gave promise.
Sullivan has been here before, nnd
Is known ng a good, square man, I. It
tie Is known nbout Miller, but that
little seems to bo very much to his
credit. He Is said to be handy with
his feet, an excellent boxer, strong,
nnd game to a fault.
There Is no doubt but that fans
would gladly witness a mill between
the two and, If the Soldier wants a
fight, he will probably be accommo
dated by Sullivan. It is up to Miller.
SPOUTS BY THE
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
' PHONE 200.
Tho rather large number of Injur
ies which lime resulted from footbnll
already this scaton docs not augur
well for the game. A certain amount
of danger is needed to give, any sport
rest, but to have to count the toll of
tho maimed after every gamo Is
neither pleasant nor profitable.
Now, with the nmonded rules gov
erning Intcrcolcglato football, thcro
would scorn to bo but scant excuso
for the nmbulanco being called so
steadily Into service. Thcro can be
but one or two reasons for this stato
of affairs cither men go Into tho
games without sufficient training,
undue roughness Is Indulged in, or
the old practice of "putting him out"
Is being revived.
Now broken noses nnd sprained
nnklcs must be expected, occasional
ly. No boy Is much tho worso for
ono of cither and he generally en
Joys the distinction that comes from
being one of tho mnlmed heroes of
the gridiron. That Is nil right an
long ns there' are no serious Injuries.
Hut it is another mnttcr when somo
boy Is carried from tho field, mnlmed
mayhap for life. To bo sure, there
is but little danger of such mishap3,
but caro must bo taken, lest they be
Thcro has been a strong sentiment
against Intercollegiate football on
tho mainland for several seasons past,
Just because of the long list of In
jured which was reported after ev
ery big game. In soma cases Inter
collegiate wns prohibited entirely nnd
Kugby substituted on that account.
Now rugby Is a magnificent game;
hut so Is IntoVcolleglato. It Is not
necessary to kill and malm In order
to turn out a victorious team. Plnv
hnrd, trnin hi(rd, work harl; but seo
that clean ball Is played and do not
ptlo on top of a man long ntter he
Is down. That last piece of advlco
Rounds superfluous, but tho Sporting
Kdllor has seen Just that thing hap
pen In two recent games.
Bnlleti Jluineu OrBce Phone 2S0.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
MEANS' WAR ' ' .
Ih TURK THEY EAT
WORK THEY MUST
JUDICIARIES ACCEPT THE CHAL
LENGE TO COMBAT
Executive' Dare to a Thanksgiving
Baseball Contest Is Taken tip and
Battle Will Be Fought Out to the
Bloody End War in Officialdom
Tho Judiciaries have taken up the
doro of tho Capltollsts and thi-Pi will
bo n baseball game on ThankFg.tMs
Day. Likewise there will bo ti turkey
eaten by someono nnd Deputy U. S.
District Attorney W. T. nawllii. cip-
tain of the Judiciaries, says Hut tho
caters will not bo tho bunch frcm !
There is nn Indefinite nort ol rumor
drifting around, to (ho effect that the
CnpltqllstR never really Intended to
piny ball. It Is said Oiat their Idei
was to havo one large turkey donated
by somo ono. ns a trophy and then
challenge tho Judiciaries, feulln;; cer
tain thnt ( the latter would back out.
Then they thought' to win thi gamo
by default and cat tho turkey.
Be that ns It may, tho thing will not
develop thusly. Tho Judiciaries say
thnt their nlno will slmnlv ulav t 1th
tho lolnnl Palnco bunch nnd that tho
slaughter will be llttlo less than
wicked. However, the Capltollsts havo
1.01 unci their elocutionary Inning yet
nnd when they como to tho vocal bat
they may send the Alllolanl outfit back
unto (he tall nnd uncut pineapple foi
ests of Wahlawa.
D. McPhcrson Doyd, a prominent
golf enthusiast of Salt Lake City, Is
hero on a visit. Doyd Is making a
tour of tho world (or his health, be
ing nccompanled by his brother,
John Iloyd, and by James McOregon
Hoyd Is one of the; strong pillars of
tho Salt Lake City Golf Club.
Ahrcns is rapidly recovering from
tho effects of tho twist that he got
In tho High Bchool-Punahou game.
Ho was treated at the' Queen's Hospi
tal and any danger of permanent III
effects from his Injuries Is thought to
bo past. 1
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
;, First Showing
Including a full seleotion of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
01 All Kinds.
you, but it is true, nevertheless: The
worst enemies of Temperance are the
It is a law of human nature that a
man craves that which is denied him.
Where does the army of heavy drinkers
come from? Why, from the homes in
which Beer is never allowed. Denied
it at home, a young man seeks it else
where and he does not stop at Beer.
If he did, there would be no harm
dbne, for Beer is not an intoxicant, in
any true sense of the word
In Germany, where Beer is a
family beverage, over-indulgence is
almost unknown. They use a very
mild Beer, with almost identically the
same percentage pf alcohol in it, as is in
our Primo Beer; and the German
people are one of the sturdiest nations
Primo Beer, A TcmPcracc Prik
very 'sweet end tender, on ice, received from New Zeal
and by tlie Moana. Superior Quality.
NEW ZEALAND BUTTER BELGIAN HARES.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Plants, Seeds, Trees
Send your name and address for
our fully illuttraUd
NEW 1909 GENERAL CATALpdUE
to be ready for' mailing in December.
We are already enjoying a large
trade in the Hawaiian Islands and
would like all interested in the gar
den to send for the catalogue.
Our seeds are grown' largely on our
own farms and are the B E S T TO
C C. Morse,
52 JACKSON ST. ALSO MARKET ST.
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Evening Bulletin 75c, Per Month
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SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
An old-style blade that is, small, thin, and ALWAYS
sharp. Hade of finest English Hardened Steel that will
shave clean for yean without honing.
Blades are detachable and inexpensive.
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HARDWARE bEJ?ARTMENTr '
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by )
Stanley Stephenson, ,
The Paint Shop. 134 King St.
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