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Vc have six of these fine machines on the way from
factory and will be able to show you the finest Motorcy
cles, both in single anl twin cylinder, that aie made. The
HEADING STANDARD is the only Kotorejcle that has cv-
ir been ridden up Pikfc's Peal:.
Several of the six machines orderH arc sold tn ar
live, so get jour order in eaily. Call and we will tell you
more about them and show you what they look like.
E. 0. Hall & Son., Ltd.
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Just to Hand
Contains: Anlisceptic Mange Wash, Anti
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Destroys all Vermin, Cures or Prevents
Obtainable at BENSON, SMITH ami HOLLISTER DRUO
HOZIDATt SHOPPING MADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12 th and then every evening to Deo. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them pat
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
M. R. Counter,
P. 0. BOX 827.
New Negligee Shirts
Plain White and Colored, nrrived by S. S. Alameda.
ALSO ELEGANT PATTERNS, MEN'S NECKWEAR,
Yee Chan & Co.,
CORNER KING and BETHEL STREETS.
Evenoue must hv a calendar; why not have one
t':at is beautiful and arfstc? Our flnc Calendars, colored
rnd plain, .make iiier.pnsivc end welcome Xmas Remem
brances WATER COLOR and PHOTO CALENDARS, ready for
mailing, COc to $1.25.
Notice them in our windows.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
" Everything Photographic " FORT STREET.
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jp Iron Fence
DOUBLE-HEADER WILL BE PLAY
ED ON LEAGUE GROUNDS
Two Games Promise Good Sports for
Enthusiasts and Tlay Will Be Close.
Field Is in Readiness for Business
and Players Are in Fine Fettle
MATCH IS ASSURED
MEN ARE SIGNED TO MEET
EARLY NEXT MONTH
Two iMincs nf smrer football, tho.
Ill st lii'twicii (lie Mnllwi mill l'uua
liuim, mill thu hvcoiuI between tho
Diamond lle.uU unit V. M. 0. A.'n,
lll open tlie Soicer I.enRiiu senium
at (lie I.eiiKiiu rouniln tomonow uft
cruoon. A meetliiK of the Ilxeciitho Com
niltteo of the Soccer I.eiiKiio wan held
H'btoriluy ufteinoon In tho rooms of
the Thlxtlu Chili, anil the final ar
raiiceiiieiitH for the Heason'n play
wele (oiiipU'teil. The Iamkux KrountU
haw heen inaikcil on nml In otl'er
ways Rotten In le.ullnesH, and It only
lemaliiH for the umpire's wlilstlo (o
plo (he kIkh.iI for play to com
mence. Some Interesting foo(b:ill Is nntlcl
p.ited li.vB(K(or enthuslnstH, ns the
four te.iius In the LeaRiie uie (onsld
eied to he of aliont eiiial Btlenglli
and no one has eiituied to plclc the
pioli.ihle winner of the series.
The schedule of jmnuM fot the Ho
lies Is ns follows:
Nov. 2C Hallos vs. Puliation; Dia
mond lle.'id s. Y. M. C A.
Dec. . Puliation . Diamond
Head: Y M. C. A. s. .Millies.
Dec 12 l'nniihou s. Y. M. C. A.;
Dlninomt Mend s. Mullej.
Dec. 1 Mulles Mt. I'linnhou; Dia
mond Head n.-Y. M. C. A.
Cliiie(mns Day Puniihou s. Dia
mond Head; Mnlless. Y. M. C. A.
New Year's Diy I'uiinlioii . Y.
M. C. A., Dliiinond Head n. Malles.
'USERS THE NEXT VICTIMS
Victorious Japanese Journalists Are
Out After Scalps of Sunrise
Dctei mined to make u Rood job of
It, (he Japnncbo Journalists ure pre
paring to mid the Titer's scalp to
their collection of Journalistic base
hall tiophlcs. Tho ovciwuelmliiK
victory which they achletcd over tho
fouc-' of the, llu Met In and Star
has given them n taste for glory and
they aic after tho sphero-sliootcru of
the biinrlsc journal.
General Manager Shelia, who en
glneeicd the lust bsibeball touriia
ment which proved so disastrous to
the Yiinl.ee knights of the pencil,
has huuilod In a challenge to the
Tlserltes, and tho game will proli
ably come off In tho very near fu
tuie. Whether or not he Intends
taking hit victorious team to the
mainland uftei defeating the "fixer
bunch, Slieb.i does not say.
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SHAFTERS AND KALIHIS
WILL MEET ON DIAMOND
Tho Fort Shutter baseball nlim
will meet the Knllhl nggiegutlon
The leprescntnth'cs of the soldleis
jebteiday decided to accept the dial
louse Issued by tho Kallhls anil prom
Ise a good coating of slacked lime
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Work5
NEXT TO YOUNG BUDQ., 17C
EXECUTIVES VS. JUDICIARIES
Rival Baseball Nines Are .Ready for
Contest and Both Sides
It nil the wonderful things prom
ised by the representatives of tho
Executive and Judiciary buildings
for their game tomorrow come to
pass, the contest will be one of the
most Interesting specimens of base
ball ever witnessed in Honolulu.
Doth nines are confident of victory
nnu ulrcauv nicy nio planning mo SllIIjv(ln nomnlMw Plin fr Trot.,.
way In which the turkey they nre'. , ,.,. ' .
going to win shall bo cooked. '" um ""' u" "own l0 oenous
Tho Capltollsts aie In particularly worn at unce Preliminaries Have
line fettle, and speak feelingly of tho Not Yet Been Arranged
appetite which they will possess aft
er they have defeated the Judiciar
ies. The latter ure Inclined to snillo
at the boasts of their opponents, ami
say that theie will be nothing but
a whitewash coat for the Executive,
Moth teams have lined up their sup
porters, and there will be no dearth
of rooteis nlong the side lines to
cheer the plaers on to victory.
GOOD TENNIS PROMISED
Handicaps Are Rearranged for Ewa
Tournament and Outlook for
Good Sport Is Bright
Tho tennis tournament which will
be held at Ilwa tomonow will bo an
interesting event to devotees of tho
racquet. It Is believed that the play
wllr be very dose, us a careful rovls-
lou of handicaps has been made, past
performames furnishing thu busts
upon which thu handicaps have been
The following nre the entries and
handicaps: McKcever und Swift, ovv'o
30; Greenfield and Schmidt. Wo 30;
Teruda and (trout, scratch; Col 1 1 in
and ltrolau, scratch: llcntti and I'ck-
land, Douglas and Nolan, Hejiton
nud Oldlng receive 1G; 'Silver, and
Davidson mid Newman und Kckhind
tcceive 10 plus 1-G of 30; Larsen
and Ocdgu and ttouvc-a und Muller
iccelvo in and 30; I'ussoth and West
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CARETAKERS NOW IN CHARGE
The obstacles which stood in (he
wu of the Sulllvan-Mlller contest
have been swept away nml tho men
have been matched lo fight on the
evening of December ft. Iloth will
begin serious training nt once, and
a likely bout is promised.
Dick Sullivan has a good, clean
reputation as n sportsman und his
name alone will probably draw .1
good house, l.lttlc is known about
Soldier Miller, but (hat little Is de
cidedly promising. At tiny late, Mil
ler Is confident (tint lie can defeat
LSuIllvau and will make a strong ef
fort to mal.o good tils boast.
Sullivan has been working quietly
since ho nrrlvcd Jicre several weekB
ago and Is In fine trim. He, will now
settle down (o steady training ut tho
Healnni boat liousu with lloquet and
piobnhly Mcl'iiddou as sparring part
ners. Miller will, of course, do his train
ing at fort Shaftor. McCullotigh, thu
clever soldier, who has made an ex
cellent showing hero on several occa
sions, will act as tils sparring part
As jet no announcement has been
made regarding preliminaries. There
aro several likely boys In town who
nro looking for matches, however,
and there will not be much difficulty
In filling up tho (list part of the
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SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
PACIFIC ATHLETIC CLUB
Outrigger Club Is Getting Things
into. Shape in Frenaration for
Today tho new caietakers tnko pos
session of (ho house piepared fot
(hem on the grounds of the Outrig
ger Club, and fiom now on there
will ho bomeono In attendance ut tho
cjtib all of tho time.
J Work on thn new crass cottages
that will liousu the dub Is piogrcs
sing rapidly. A loof Is being placed
ovei the ladles' bath house and (he
btructurc will bo In readiness for oc
cupancy by December f, the date set
for the carnival and rega((u.
Tho floor of tho Innal over the la
Koon will lie ready for danclnc on
the night of the carnival. It Is prom
ised, while the roadway from Wnl
klkl road to the club giounds is now
well under way, Tho entire plan( of
tho Outrigger Club Is rapidly ncai
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GOLF TOURNAMENT AT
COUNTRY CLUB, TOMORROW
Entiles for (ho hole tournament
on the llnksof the Oahii Country
Club tomonow wilt closo promptly at
10 o'clock in tho morning. No
names will bo recorded after that
time, and nil who wish to take pait
In (ho play will have (o bo on hand
early. I'lay will rpuimoiico limne
and glue for the Imll-tossois with Idlutely nrter the closing of (ho en(ry
the euphonious name. 'list.
PHONC 237. IJBjQ
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHO-RT RUNS, FROM ,,... 50c UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Huns. Efficient Drivers. Best Cars, such as
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WINTONS ; 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
We repair any make of autos. We employ the best
mechanics in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention given to the can of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed, Prices Reasonable.
Tho Pacific Athletic Club will hold
n special meeting at tho residence
of James Achuck, No. fi 7 0 King street
next Saturday evening nt 7 o'clock.
All members aro especially asked lo
he present ns matters of Importance
will come up for consldeiatlon.
CINCINNATI, 0., Nov. 13. Latu
First race, six furlongs Mlquo
O'llrlcn won, Medora second. Sister
Hiyllls third. Time, 1:18 4-5.
Second race, six furlongs Clai
borne won, Killlngton cecond, Ludlil
nna third. Time, 1:19.
Third race, ono mile Tluffons won
Dispute second, Kloreal (bird. Time,
Fourth race, six furlongs Sea
Swell won, Sally Preston second,
Dainty Dame third. Time, 1:15 2-5,
Fifth race, five and a half fur
longs Snako Mary, won, Maimorcan
second, Harriet Howe third. Time,
Sixth race, ono and a sixteenth
miles Apt won, Ollvcdear second,
Gambrlnus third. Time, 1:52 4-5,
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WILL OPPOSE NEVADA RACING
KENO, Nov., Nov. 13. Following
tho report (hat California horso ruro
piomoters would como to Nevada If
hoise racing was stamped out by tho
California Legislature. J. 10. Montne,
vlre piesldent of, the Reno nntl-gnm-bllng
league, said today that tho
league would present a petition to
tho next State I.egtblature asking
that these California promoters ba
lefuscd n frnnrhlse to carry on rac
ing In this State. He also said Hint
nnother petition calling for a special
election tn drlvp gambling out of
Ileno under tho Initiative, anil refer
endum net would ho circulated noxt
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GOTCH TO MEET RUSSIAN
LONDON, Kng.. Nov. 13. Frank
Gotch, the American wrestler, ami
George Huckciischmldt, tho Ilusslun,
met In London this afternoon and
aeieed upon n match. Tho exnet
date hns(iot heen fixed, but It will
not bo before March,
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Stockton harebnll fans po to Los
Angeles mid establish now outlaw
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