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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLOtD, T. H., TUESDAY.DEC. 1, 1908.
Are you interested in Motorcycles? If so, it will pay
you to wait n few weeks and see the new
We have six of these fine machines on the way from
factory and will be able to show you the finest Motorcy
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READING - STANDARD is the only Motorcycle that has ev
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Destroys all Vermin, Cures or Prevents
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HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at '..
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12th and then every evening1 to Dee. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them pat
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'RACING DEAD" IS PLAINT OP l '
TURFMEN UNDER NEW LAW,'
SPOUTS BY THE
Tho outlook Is very bright for bodio
ntttn.r,n 111 v'nu U "VVa'ro
WIUUUU 111., "l, Alt ,,.
dead for four, years and nobody
knows how much longer."
Such was tho moan today of a lo-l
ca. horseman who has beer tJ&ErS&JS;
acquainted with the racing game, 0rpheum. Doth Sullivan and Miller
Kast and West, and also with box- aro n nif0 trm nm) anxious for the
Ing. I fray and If thoy don't mix things It
"The victory of Governor Deneen will mightily surprise their friends and
in initinia ntiii nnvtirnnr fitifrlitiii tlm admirers.
unrelenting opponent of gambling at J- gcUIn . n;
the race tracks In New lork. over L , h , , nn.wa , DQ ln
BASEBALL PLAYER WILL
ENTER CIRCUS BUSINESS
PITTSHUnO, Pa., Nov. 14.
Next spring a couplo of trains will
start out from Carnegie, Pa., and in
each car wilt be painted:
"Wagner Ilrothers' Unexcelled
Circus, the greatest aggregation ever
assembled under one management,
including Hans, the most wonderful
baseball player the world ever pro
duced." Yesterday thcro was incorporated
In the State of New Jersey Wagner
his rival. Chanter, was n blow from n,0 pink of condition. He is too wise Brothers' Circus. Nominally, tho
which horsemen will not recover ,an old stager to run any risk of going
soon. Among followers of racing it stale and it Is n safe bet that when
was thought Hughes was unpopulnr
throughout the State and that thou
Bands of voters would back the horse
men In opposition to him. The smal
ler fry say the big fellows like
Keene. llelmont, and others must
have known what was coming when
they shipped their Btrlngs abroad.
The victory of Hughes means tho
closing of tho tracks which ran for
years. Just as the repeal of the llor
ton law meant the crippling of tho
boxing game in New York.
"Here In Illinois the same situa
tion obtains. Tho victory of Deneen
not only means there will be no rac
ing in Illinois, but it also means U13
boxing game will be kept under cov
er, Just as It is In New York.
The effect of the election of Gov
ernor Hughes in New York will bo
felt In the Middle West next sum
mer. It may also work against the
California game, where Adolph Spree
kels has been busy rousing opposi
tion to the runners. Opposition has
been strong In Kentucky and Tennes
see and will be stronger next spring
and summer. In New Orleans they
are having the fight of their lives to
savo the sport.
Canada probably always will
maintain ra'clng. The situation thero
is much ns It Is.tin England. So
next summer will see racing on the
Canadian circuit, possibly a bit in
Kentucky and perhaps a small meet
ing in Pirrillco in the spring and
"All talk of racing opening some
where near Chicago sounds foolish In
the light of the election return?.
There was no racing under Deneen
before and there surely will be none
to to to
RACEHORSE PIQUET KILLED
IN RACE AT SALT LAKE
ho slips under the ropes Saturday even
ing he will be nbout as trim and fit as
any man that ever entered the squared
Miller Is hustling things along out
at Port Shafter ami, though few fang
iiavu Kune oui io see mm wum, urn ru
ports aro all most encouraging. Miller
Is said to be as shifty on his feet as a
light-weight and to have the punch of a
riizsimmons. u lie is an tnar, iney
say, ho should' bo able to glvo Genial
Dick the scrap of his life.
However. Sullivan is tho favorite and
is likely to remain so until the contest
He has the reputation behind him,
while Miller is an Unknown quantity.
Sullivan Is a man of far more than
ordinary ability as a boxer, ho can-gut
around the arena nt a rato which would
hopelessly muddle the average fighter,
and he Is past master of the art of ring
general ship. Above all ho knows
how to conserve his energies and then
conccntrato them at the critical mo-mont..
Where Miller will run the greatest
danger will bo In avoiding Sullivan's
strategy. Crafty old Dick will lot him
tire himself out and then wade ln and
mix things at a gruelling rate, unless
the 'soldier keeps a closo watch.
That Sullivan does not expect any
thing rpfloinhltnfr n wnltnvai la' mrfln
tlaln by' the logical way In which ho
B going nbout his training. Always In
flt,trtm,',heilstakliiR every precaution
10 insure lusmeing in perfect comil'
tlon'Vhon he enters tho ring,
i The mill Ib sure to ba a hummer and,
with the two rattling preliminaries ar.
ranged. Joe .Cohen's llttlo fistic carnival
promises' to uo nn attraction that Jew
fans will be able to resist.
SALT LAKE, Utah, Nov. 12. Pi
quet, the well-known racing mure
from tho Moore & Walters string,
was destroyed today after breaking
Its leg In a fall. Results:
Klve furlongs Nancy W., won;
Sir Preston, second; Azusa, thlid,
Klve and a half furlongs Inspect
or Illrd, won; Kuropatkln, Bccond;'
Yellowfoot, third. Time, 1:09 1-2.
Four and a half furlongs Sam O.,
won; Hilly Mayham, second; Swag
gerlator, third. Time, :57.
Seven furlongs Little Buttercup,
won; Gypsy King, second; Sylva U.,
third. Time, 1:29 1-4.
Six and a half furlongs Furze,
won; Handmaiden, second; Black
Domino, third. Time, 1:23 1-2.
Four and a half furlongs Lola
White, won; Josle S., second; Willie
Gregg, third. Time, :S8.
GOOD WORK OF THE FORD
Fans arc -awaiting tho San Francisco
1 flics with tho account of the Papke.
ivcicnci go wun impatient interest. Tho
very abbreviated cable dispatches only
served to' Whet- tho appetites of tho.
rlnK"of enthusiasts and It Is safe to
say that tho Coast papers will bo
seized upon with, glco when they make
their appearance. Tho Alameda will
bring In the first full iiccouutH of tho
mill and. If tho newsdealers have any
copies on hand a half hour after tho
ship arrives, It will causo surprise'.
The flghgrhas certainly nrotiscil a lot
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ, 176-190 KINO STREET, PHONE 237,
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 1C.
K. L. Cutting of the Standard Motor
Car Company has received a letter
from the home office of the Ford cars,
inclosing the following extract from
a letter received by them from M. S.
Fried of St. Petersburg, Russia, who
has ordered a Ford car. "I've been
an ardent admirer and student of the
automobile since its earliest Incep
tion, My driver's license Issued in
New York City in the days when evr
ery driver in Now York had first to
pass an engineer's examination, is
No. 23, My membership in tho Au
tomobile Club of America Is No. 3,
I've seen tho proof of the greatest
forward movement that the industry
has experienced. I've ridden at full
speed over roads rougher than one
will find In Russia, my native land;
I'vo climbed hills thnt I never
thought an automobile could master;
I've bumped through holes that ought
to have broken the car into pieces,
nnd through It all I wob ns comfort-1
able as though In the tonneau of my
own high-priced car. I want two of
those cars shipped to St. Petersburg
Just as soon us you can get them
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
, . PHONE 109.
Tho regatta and carnival of ihn nut.
rigger Club on Saturday noxt promises
10 uo an event or mqro than passing In
terest. An .excellent program has
been arranged and tho rivalry among
tho club members Is healthv ami snlrii.
ed. Tho way In Which tho Outilcaer.'
ites havo gone about operations :.1n
their effort to promote Interest In. Hie
historical sports of Hawaii cortnlniv
gives promise of success..
LONG NAMES OF BASEBALL
PLAYERS, CUT BY SCORERS
Official scorers and diamond hlstc
rlans have begun their annual task of
Americanizing the names of the play
ers who havo broken into fast com
pany. If any more Covaleskis, Schlp
pacassees and Properskls get thoir
names to contracts, a major league
score will assume tho proportions of
a Chinese laundry list.
This has alt been arranged, how
ever, and the public need not worry.
Mr. Covaleskl, In tho future, will be
known as Covell. Mr. Properskl,
who has Just secured a berth with
St. Louis, will have to be contented
with his name transformed into
Swift. The scribes have spoken. Mr.
SchlppacaBseo will be known ub Shlpl,
If he makes good, and he ought to
The difficulty that was had with
tho name of Hoelskoetter of St. Louis
Is well remembered. They first
changed his name to Hostetter, but
another real Hostetter came along,
and now ha has to bat under tho more
comfortable name of Holly, Ossle
Schreckcngost several years ago con
sented to have himself cut down to
plain Schreck, and Cornelius McGllll
cuddy, the manager of the Phlladel
phla Athletics, voluntarily boiled his
down to Connie Mack.
HARVARD DEFEATS YALE
imOOKLINE, Mass., Nov. 12.
Harvard defeated Yale In thn Hprnnil
annual dual cross-country meet over
u slx-mllo course by thfc ncoro of
30 to 25. Herbert Jacques Jr. of
Harvard led tho field after the first
two mlles.und won over Lghtner of
Yule by a great margin. Jacques'
time was 35 minutes 38 seconds. Tho
runulng,.of Vilas of Yale, who was
picked to win tho event, was disap
pointing, ns he finished seventh.
BULLETIN AQ8 PAY
capital stock Is $76,000, but beforo
the circus takes to the rond many
times that amount will have been ex
pended. The Incorporators nre "Hans"
Wagner, tho ball player; his broth
er, "Al," who, profesional ball play
ers declare, would bo a better player
than Hans If It wero not that he Is
pigeon-toed Instead of bow-legged,
und a third brother, Luke. In addi
tion, thore are two attorneys, Prcst
ley & Nesbit, from Carnegie, who
are stockholders to a small degree,
nnd a Now Jersey attorney, who owns
The story was made public this af
ternoon, and later confirmed by nil
of the Wagner brothers. "Hans"
admitted that his plans were well
under way. Ho refused to say, how
ever, whether the circus business
would interfere with his ball play
ing, but stated that he was still hold
ing off signing as an attraction with
the circus until it was shown how
the baseball business would turn out.
u n a
BIG LEAGUE UMPIRE TO
BE BASEBALL MANAGER
CHICAGO, Ilf., Nov. 14. Umpire
Hank O'Djy Is being mentioned as
likely to become manager of the
Reds or Cordlqals next year. Dur
ing the season Just closed stories that
Hank would lay down the indicator
for the managerial reins gained cir
culation, but ho denied them at 'tho
Hank, has since admitted that he
would be a manager, next season, but
declined to say'of which club.
Several of the Cub players believe
he will be at the head of the Reds or
of the Cardinals. It has been de
clared many times that McCloskey
would be separated from tho, mana
gerial berth of tho Cardinals,' Owner
Stnnley Robinson Is' said to rcgaid
McCloskey ns a great discoverer of
Vonng players and is willing to make
mm u scout of the club.
All sorts of stories have come out
of Cincinnati regarding Qanzel. Ho
was popular during the middle of the
season when the Reds were up, but
lost much of his popularity when tho
Cincinnati team Jllimnnrl anil flnnl!!-
settled ln the second division.
ODay has for 'years been looked
upon as one of tho best umpires In
tho business. He Is usually selected
as the National League umpire In tho
world's championship series. He Is
tho author of the foul strike rule
und a close student of the game. His
home Is In Chicago.
H it to
TOMMY BURNS TO STAR
ON VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT
SEATTLE, Wush., Nov. 11. Con
tract papers stipulating the appear
ance of Tommy Hums, tho heavy
weight champion of the world, in
vaudeville for a period of eight
weeks at $1000 per week from Feb
ruary 1, nnd beginning at Spokane,
were signed here today by the mana
ger of the circuit and forwarded to
the champion at Sydhey, Australia,
where on Christmas Day he Is ' to
fight Jack Johnson, for his signa
ture. All of the terms have been
agreed upon In correspondence, nnd
UurnB, It Is claimed, will sign at
once. The contract Is to be made re
gardless of the results of tho fight.
Following the Northwest engage
ment uurns, according to the con
tract, Is to appear In vaudeville In
nnd out of New York for three
WINT0N PROVES RELIABLE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 1
Harry L. Owesney, manager of the
local branch of the Winton Motor
Carriage Company, recently received
a letter from J. F. Waggoner of Mem
phis, Tenn., In which he writes: "I
havo recontly made a cross-country
trip of more than 300 miles over
very Indlffeiont roads, climbed hills
so steep thnt tho oil ran out over tho
pan und pulled through mud axle
deep without ever making an adjust
ment or having the engine miss ftro
for u single tlmo on the cntlro trip.
On this trip I carried with mo four
passengers besides piyself, and 150
pounds of baggage. If a model K
will perform In bucIi a manner thero
Is nothing that tho Six should not
be able to do, even to climbing trees."
Our Big Store
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until the last week.
We have HOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS to suit every
body. Remember 1
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SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
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Saturday, Dec. 5, 1908
General Admission $1.50
Reserved Seats . , $1.00
Stage Seats $1.50
Seats on sale at Box Office of Or
pheum Theater, commencing Monday
morning at 10 o'clock. Telephone 681
What about a
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
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GEO. A. MARTIN,
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akotta,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
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