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EVENING BULLETIN HOrJOtOTTJ, T. IT., THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1908.
Are you interested in Motorcycles t If so, it will pay
you to wait a few week 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
cles, both in single and twin cylinder, that are made. The
READING STANDARD is the only Motorcycle that has ev
er been ridden up Pike's Peak.
Several of the six machines ordered are sold to ar
rive, so get your order in early. Calf and we will tell you
more about them and show you what they look like.
E. 0. Hall & Son., Ltd.
Combination for Dogs
Just to Hand Price, $1.00
Contains: Antisceptic Mange Wash, Anti
septic Dog Soap, Dog Blood
Destroys all Vermin, Cures or Prevents
Obtainable at BENSON, SMITH and HOLIISTER DRUG
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12th 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. B. Counter,
P. 0. BOX 827.
PIANO RECITAL HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday Afternoon, Dec. 8 Reserved Seats at Berg-
PRICES $1, $2 and $2.50 strom Music Co., Fort Street.
may be worked in any home by simply applying with a
common varnish brush a thin coating of
Old woodwork, floors, and furniture will look as good
as new with a single application.
T. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176190 KING 8TREET. PHONE 237.
MANY ENTER FOR
BIO CANOE RACES PROMISE
Rplav Runmmlnr Race Between Out
rigger Club Members and Oahu Col
lege Students Will Be Feature of
Saturday's Aquatic Carnival
The Outrigger Club regatta plan
ned for Saturday la looming up. lie
fore the leant In the afternoon the
youngsters will pull oft" their canoe
racing events tind the Oahu College
boys will swim against the Outrig
The big events for the youngsters
will be the three unci six paddle ca
noe races. So far the entries for
Three Paddle Canoe Hace, for be
ginners Kalluwa: Marston Camp
bell, Frances Cooper, Arthur Ilrownj
.Nuuanu: Charles Urcnham, Fred. Wn
terhouse, II. F. Schaefer; Maklkt:
Snm Carter, Arthur Soule, Ward Wnl-
Kor; Pulolo: Lionel Stclner, Hay
Wodehousp, Frank Richardson; Pau-
oa: Elbert Tuttle, Leslie Hicks, Joe
Furrlngton; Nulunul: Kenneth Ileld
fon, Malcolm Tuttle, George Sims;
Manoa: Fred. Carter, Ivan Graham,
Many Are Novices
in tno six paauio canoo race most
of the youngsters taking part will
find themselves In a big canoe for
the first time. The helmsmen are all
beginners who have learned to Bteer
canoes since the organization of the
The following are the entries for
Canoe Hanakeokl: Marston Camp
bell, Joe Farrlngton, Hay Wode-'
house. Fred. Waterhouse. Frances
Cooper, Elbert Tuttle; Llokeokeo:1
Sam Carter, Charles Urenham, Geo:
Sims, II. F. Schaefer, Leslie Hicks,'
Malcolm Tuttle; Llloha: Fred. Carter
Lionel Stelner, Kenneth Retdford,
Ward Walker, Arthur Soule, Harold
Swimming Relay Races
ine two reiay Bwimming teams
that will compete for the Walklkt
From the Junior Class of Oahu
College W. Dallentyne, Guy Roth
Well, Rex Hitchcock, E. Hedemana,
Harry Steiner, Allan Wilcox. From
the Outrigger Club Zen Genoveu,
Dan Center, Ted Center, Curtis Hus
tacc, W. Paty, W. A. Cottrell.
Feast For Victors
The winning team will be enter
tained by the ladles in charge of the
Outrigger Club feast with a chowder
supper, and both teams will com
pete again In the evening events In
a torch swimming contest.
Most of the evening crews are al
ready made up, there being ten to
twelve events In tho afternoon and
seven by moon and electric light. The
afternoon program begins at 2
o'clock with the surfboard contest.
There will be a recess from G:30 to
7 o'clock, when supper will bo served
and the little ones wilt dance on the
Club lanal. The luau will be served
under the hau trees. Derger's band
will furnish music.
.After the night surfing events the
new Club lanal will be turned over
to the Seniors for their dance.
The lists will be completed tomor
row and Hawaiian crews nre invited
to enter the events.
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THE HEALANI BOAT CLUB
MEETS AND ELECT OFFICERS
Twenty-six members of the Hea-
lani Uoat Club mot in the office of At
torney Atkinson in the Judd building
last night and elected officers for the
ensuing year. The following wore
elected: L. Petrle, president; Den
Clarke, vice president; E. K. Fernan
dez, secretary; Sam Mahelona, treas
urer; J. K, Clarke, captain; R. Ful
ler, vice captain; Carl Oss, commo
dore; Henry Rose, vice commodore;
James Crewes, auditor.
Cedrlc Cerf has been elected cap
tain of the University of California
n n u
Jockeys Gilbert and Walsh are sus
pended and Archibald is fined for
SPOUTS BY THE
It fight fans are genuinely anxious
to have some good fistic cards offered
during tho next few months, thoy
will have to pungle up the simoleons
and turn out to Joe Cohen's little en
lertalnmont at the Orpheum Satur
day night, Joe says that he has
naturally a generous disposition, but
that he Is not philanthropic enough
to supply boxing carnivals to an ap
preciative public, free, gratis, and for
The announcement that Charlie
Rellly nnd Joe Lahey fought a draw
in San Francisco the other night has
set local fans to discussing the recent
decision here again. At the time ot
the mill, many peoplo considered that
It was a close decision that gave
Rellly the fight. As a matter of fact.
It Is frequently the agreement on the
Coast that, If both fighters are on
their feet at the end ot a stipulated
number ot rounds, the mill shall be
declared a draw. i
If Borne ambitious athletes are anx
ious to find a new stunt to test their
wind, and Incidentally to harden up
their muscles, they might try the ex
periment of tramping over the moun
tains ot this Island. About six hours
struggling up precipitous slopes.
fighting through lantana and tropical
vegetation, will take the seedlness
out of any man and will Incidentally
clear tho cobwebs out of his brain.
The suggestion Is furnished without
price or cost to any that care to take
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beekley, Jr.
Any mantthat wants to make a lit
tle easy money might try wading
around on the coral reefs off Walktkl
Deach for a few hours and then de
scend upon the mainland as a fully
qualified witch doctor. If a month's
practice, barefooted, on the reefs
won't inure a man to red-hot stoneB
and other .such playthings, nothing
In this world .will.
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HELP IN SIGHT
Boston Baseball Club President Pro
phesies Change in Standing of
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 18.
John I. Taylor, president ot the Bos
ton American League team and woll
known to many of the baseball fans
ot San Francisco since his visit here
a year ago, is in the city with his
wife, and will remain on the Coast
during the winter months. Taylor
will return East to attend the annual
meeting of the American League In
December, but expects to be in Cali
fornia once more by the first ot the
year, accompanied by Dan Johnson,
Harry Pulllam, and possibly Garry
Herman of the .national commission,
who hope to bring the California
State League into the fold. Taylor
also has some business on tho Coast,
as he has to meet Walter McCredie
and And out just what players Mc
Credlo expects to secure In return for
Danzig and Madden, both of whom
revert to Uoston.
The American League director was
In Chicago at the time ot the session
of tho minor leagues, and Is In full
possession of the facts regarding the
threatened withdrawal of the Ameri
can Association and the Eastern
League from organized baseball, un
less their demands are acceded to.
"Doth these leagues," said Taylor,
"foel that thoy should have a rank
ing of class AA, and thus be able to
draft from such leagues as tho South
ern, tho -Western, and the Pacific
Coast. I iiIbo am Inclined to think
that the American Association is
anxious to try a scheme by which tho
association will put a club In such clt
ics at Pittsburg and Cincinnati,
where there is only one major lcaguo
club at the present time, and also to
have a club in Chicago, I am not
sure but what this would be a good
thing for baseball, but I feel that, as
they signed the ten-year agreement,
which has but two moro years to
run, that they should stick to their
compact, and that we can afford them
reuer wnen it comes to Blgning a
"I hardly believe that these leagues
will come to open rebellion, but think
they will stick out their agreement
and then insist on new terms. As to
the California State League, we have
heard that they want organized base
ball, ;Pulllam and Johnson, and per
haps Herman, will make a special trip
to California for tho purpose of look
ing into the situation and seeing
what can be done. If they want or
ganized baseball, we do not antici
pate any trouble."
Taylor stated that ho did not
know w)iat now players McCredie ex
pected to secure from him, and that
GOODLY PUG ARRAY
TRANSIT-WIELDERS SEND THEIR
Three Aspirants for Ring Honors
Have Already Come to the Front.
Things Are Beginning to Hum and
untiooK tor Saturday is Promising
The Engineer camp at Walklkl is
proving about as good hunting-
ground for pugilistic material as Is
the average battleship of Uncle Sam's
Navy. Two promising men have al
ready como forth from Kalla road
with challenges and now emerges a
The newest aspirant for fistic hon
ors Is a husky heaver of the chain
and rod, who has announced his wil
lingness to take a chance with any
of the heavyweights on the Island.
He' seems willing to go on under any
conditions and Is making no vain
boasts as to what he can do and the
rapidity with which he could put
Tommy Hums out ot business did he
get a crack at him.
"Toughy" McCullough, who will
meet lioquet at the Orpheum Satur
day night, Is a sapper who Is said to
be particularly handy with the mit
Then there yet remains Murray to
bo taken into consideration. Murray
has not been beard from much ot
late, but as he has already Issued his
challenge and made his position clear,
he probably feels that It Is up to tho
other fellows to do a little talking If
they are looking for a contest. Mur
ray Is said to be In the pink of con
dition and fans believe that he will
prove a very handy man to have
around after the present mill has
become a thing ot the past.
It Is doubtful If any fight ever
pulled oft here has attracted as much
attention as the Sullivan-Miller go.
Fans are discussing the points ot the
two men with great Interest and by
Saturday night excitement promises
to be at fever heat. Sullivan's pre
vious performances have given him a
firm standing among fight fans, and
he Is inclined to be tho favorite,
though no one who pretends to know
anything is venturing to underrate
Joe Cohen feels that he Is offering
the lovers ot the manly art a fine
card and upon the patronage which
Saturday night's fight receives will
depend, almost wholly, whether or
not other mills are arranged for dur
ing the winter. There Is no doubt
but that Cohen will arrange to bring
Rellly and Lahey back here, It he re
ceives enough encouragement on Sat
urday to Justify htm In going to tho
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FINE FOR SEA WRENS
Data Received Concerning Fleet Cat
boats Is Most Satisfactory to
Members of the Hawaii Yacht Club
are anxiously awaiting the arrival ot
tho Sea Wrens. The last Issue ot
Tho Rudder shows some Illustrations
ot the catboats and gives a very fair
Idea as to how they will look when
they have been assembled and fitted
The illustrations aro from photo
graphs taken under the most trying
conditions and. to the yachtsmen,
furnish a readable clue to the prob
able performance of tho craft In Ha
Ray Rletow, who has been active
In the Sea-Wren movement, express
ed himself yesterday ns being delight'
cd with the data concerning the per
formance of the boats which has
l cached him, and ho Is very Impa
tient to have tho consignment arrlvo,
that he may be able to put his theo
ries to an actual test.
Oil In marshes around San Fran
Cisco drives ducks away and causes
death ot clams.
E. J. Curloy wins handicap singles
tournament ot Golden Gate Tennis
Members of Durllngnme Polo Club
play first game ot season on El Palo
Traleo's Rest wins class stake at
Ingleslde coursing park from fleet
Packy McFarland is dickering to
meet Gnns In bout on Coast.
"Ilat" Nelson escapes Jail by clever
ruse when dog fight is raided.
lis ono reason for his trip to the West.
He needs both Danzig and Madden
and, under his contract with Mc
Credle, has a right to their services,
The Best Xmas Gifts
Silk and Grass Linens
WAISTS, SUITS, DOILIES and CENTERPIECES.
We have full stock of these goods on hands, se
lected by our buyer with the utmost care, and clerks
enough to wait on our patrons promptly,
Linen or Silk Suits make an excellent Xmas Gift
for your wife or daughter.
Yee Chan & Co.,
KING and BETHEL STS.
Our Big Store
WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIGHT, commencing Dec. 1st,
Come early and make your purchases. Don't wait
nntil the last week.
We have HOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS to suit every
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT and MERCHANT STS.
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PERH0UR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 60o UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Runs. Efficient Drivers. Best Cars, such as
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POPE - HARTFORDS 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
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HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
We repair any make of autos. We employ the best
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Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
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Saturday, Dec. 5, 1968
General Admission $1.50
Reserved Seats 91.00
Stage Seats $1.50
Seats on sale at Box Office of Or
pheum Theater, commencing Monday
morning at 10 o'clock. Telephone 681
for laying in large surfaces of
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It is absolutely non-poisonous,
easily applied, and dur
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is the Ideal wall finish, and
yet it is cheaper than the or
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It comes in a prepared pow
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mixed with cold water. Sold
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177 S. King St. Phone 775.
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