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A full assortment of
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7 . , , v , t'BASEBAll WHO XHOWS t ' ,
COMPLAINT was made to the Attorney-General's
Department and we had to take down our
But they, cannot pre
vent us selling
i '"KB. AIOK CO
At Mainland Prices
We will cheerfully pay $100.00 in
Gold Coin to anybody who can par
chase Walkover Sheet at any Retail
Store in the United States for lett
money than we sell tor right here in
OVER 1600 PAIRS NHW STYLES, ALL ,
FITTINGS, JUST RECEIVED.
Buy WALKOVERS, the World's Best for, the Price
. OF KALANIANOLE?
- WON WITH LEAGUE
The Election Will Be Held Tonight
and Friends of Genial Joel Will Be
on Band To Boost for Popular States-man-impressario
IN HARD-FOUGHT GAME
FIFTEEN INNINGS ARE FLAYED
AND SOLDIERS LOSE
Fort Skitter Team It Defeated by
One Lone Run After Wonderful Ex
hibition of Baseball Game It Even
WUb the. score,' 7 to 5 against them,
threo men out,- and tourteon Innings
ot hard plnylug.behlnd thorn, the Unit
ed States Marines 'took. a now leaso ot
life In thn flftoenth Inning ot a hotly
Joel Cohen Is being prominently
mentioned as the next president ot
the KaUhlanaolo League. The mem
bers ot the League will meet tonight
at 7:30 o'clock, nt the home of A. K.
Vlcrra, for tho purpose of chooslns contested' bait gamo at-Fort Shatter
a president. I yesterday afternoon, and defeated the
That Cohen's name will be placed, 'nnttyinoh by one run,
In nomination Is an assured fact.
That he will be elected, Is considered
more than a possibility by his friends.
At any rate, his followers are ready
to go to the meeting and put up (W
"We want to be able to Inform Joo
that ho has been elected the president
ot the League when he returns home
nxt month," said a Cohen henchman
yesterday! "Joe Is a thorough sports
man and he will make a flne presi
dent for'the League. In the Interest
of baseball, It would be Impossible to
make a better cholco than' Joe Cohen."
Though Cohen has not done any
talking-.' remains the Katanjanaolo
League presidency, It Is prettiTgener
ally understood by those . In jos
touch' wltli him, that he wflT accept
the office .if 'It he offered him. It Is
not unlikely that he may have been
quitted concerning It before he dc
parted on the Alameda for the main
land last. Wednesday, morning. ,
It Is rumored that the names of n
Coiipln ofqther well-known sportsmen-
wllt,be'1(brougbt,up tonight In
connection wUh the League presi
dency.' Who. they arc l)as ,not been
made public ,nd those who should
know..arcSo(ug sround with a sort
of "W'nlt-and-see" expression on their
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for; Display Today
Make Selection now-w6 wilKdlivet at Christmas time
JM$P & CO.,
X " Leweirs &' Cooke Building,
.' King Street
It '.v.-is a great game, one of the
greatest uver seen on a local diamond
Inning after Inning It was a caso of
nip aiid tuck. First one side would
clip ahead, then the other would forgo
up and tho fight would stnrt again
with both teams even.
During the first two Innings, there
was no scoring and men went out with
groat regularity. In the third tho
Marines managed to shake off the
hoodoo and batted out two runs. Then
Marine Corps stock took a sudden
Jump In the market.
Tho Soldiers sent' one. man home in
the fourth, however,- at tho same time
keeping 'the sca-soldlers from accom
plishing .anything. In tho fifth the
Soldiers managed to, chalk tip three
run, placing themselves two ahead ot
the marine camp men.
There wns no score until tho eighth
Inning' after that;5 then, tho visitors
bucked tip and batted out the two tal
lies needed to, tie the score. The ninth
found, both teams on .an1 even footing
Lgnd- b?tluijpabtatb scoro.so a tenth
rwas ueciuen upon.. 'renin, cievenm
and twelfth ainountcd.-to nothing, lloth
'teams were straljilnjj every mucclo,
but the,, opposition proved toq much
for th'oin. . ,, ,'
Tho" thirteenth seemed likely to seti
tie matters, when -the jjliattcr men
fcucce'eded In adding one run to tltol;
icoro.. In ,'tne .Iftst, ,of the thlrtoehth
the .Marines Jumped' lit .and banged out
a rurt'rand (he score waa.tlod.
Intlje first ot tho .fifteenth, the
Shatter me'H' scored two'"runs befora
thoy Jrcnt' out, and Ithoy,. looked upon
the gahto as already won.
ThoMaet.ot the flftcentU did. not look
.veryi,(avo'r'able for, tho. Marine's, two
of their meti going out In short' order.
Theyj'Vtatlt'd to pjay ret)' lialf; thorf,
audbofore'the third' out was chalked
agalttbt tbehi. they managed to -run up
throe runs, beating tho 'Fort Shaftor
mon by Jiist one run.
The,' lineups were:
Marines Bhavo, bs.j Wnter, lb.;
Ludqnlan: 3b.; Svudman, cf.; 'Poots,
rf.; Mleneri'.p. ,
Fort, Shatter Lanttc, c.; Lenn,. us.;
McCull, 3b.; Durant, ,3b.; Olynn, lb,;
Bills,-If.; 'McNab, cf.f- Oakley, rf.;
TennI Game U
i i -Off
for Ladies and Children,
Fitted Bags, etc.,
Now on Display
for the DOLL'S
HOUSE.. One vote
Owng tjri, the absence ofi C,
Cooke, on ' the Island' of Molokal,
tennis matfch for the rutin's, doubles
chatyPlonihjp tor ,tto ,Trltofy,,
wqpjji wrto have boenpyed to
mprroV,' jis bcep;,l)bstnohad'-untir'a
JjMe ijUjS'i for1 the; flrjalj
setr sewral wceljs agotflUtliq HJ
ne'eV.ot nW6f' the 'playef'sVnTcesiltaf
ed'Oj' postpBncm Jlit d't thattjme.. 'U
ie feosltlvHy arirtounced.tbatylt will
bo ylayed'3atufdy wcjk. -
, (Jonslderlblo Vntdre?t ;Ma ,,bclii3
shown In the coming tame, .as play
is , likely to bo very .close, Enthusi
ast's prophesy th'nt some' of the belt
tennis ever witnessed' In the Terri
tory will be seen oft that occasion.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
" Entsred for Record Dee, 10,-1908,
C L VlBht.Xr.toKal,cl (kj ,,... Itcl
William ItapoWo niul wf to lAlfred
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Entered for Record Dee. 11, 1903,
Mnrln..! KorliPR'h)' nlly'tn' KII011 B
This is a big bright busy store never sleeping bpt always for
ward marching. ,
Never before have we made such a handsome display of ..;
Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT.
Every one is far removed from th commonplace. The
designs are different; the values are different, and our service, is
different than you will find in the ordinary store.
To .show you how different and better our values arc, we ask
that you take note of the following prices:
It has. Iar?e pillars, bent top tubes, brass spindles and both
bent and straight ftlllntr rodsj The height of head is 6ft 2in., and
is enameled in white; blue, or green.
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
Good folks Take
It's a Good Sign
It it's painted by
The Faint Shop,
134 King St
"IT SEALS AS WELL AS MOISTENS" any site envel
ope, Quickly' and .Pert ectly.
Also used for placing stamps, labels, etc. You Need One
Get One Now. Price, $1.25
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd., Wl Fort St.
TKe I Bulletin Is First
1. In News Service. ' '. -'; 9, City Circulation.
2, All kinds of Advertising. 1 Outside Cireulatioi
0. Total Circulation.
T Any advertiser can save money by using the B u 1 1 e t i n
exclusively, it covers the field, The rate in proportion
to service is the lowest in Hawaii. ;: ;: ;: ::
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