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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. tt., MONDAY, DEC. 14, 190S
Hawaiian Third. Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular, 5
. p. m.
All visiting members of the
Order are lordlnlly Invited to
attend meetings of local ludgei
Everything new. Goods .received
on the Alameda. Most complete as
' sortment wc have ever shown,
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT and UNION.
eIaBMOKY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
fccts ovcry Monday evening nt
70 In I. O. 0. I. Hall, Tort Street.
, i:. U. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. T. YICKEUS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
lOAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
ktects every first and third Frl-
evening at 7.30 111 K. ot 1'. Hall,
fmer l'crt mid lleretanln. Visiting
' uictbem cordially Invited to attend.
A O. DEEKIKO, C.C..
JA8. W. WHITE, K.H.8.
I HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
t Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, II. V. 0.
R will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street cery Friday even
'lag. Ily order of tbe 1!. R.t
HENRY C. KASTON,
W.M. H. MclNERXY. K. 11.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
,,Wzn. M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
..t,Moet every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7-30 o'llock In K. of P.
jllall, cor. Fort nnd llerctanla. VlJll-
" lng brothers cordially Invited to at-
W. I,. FRAZEE, C.C.,
H. A. JAC011SON, K.lt.9.
G0N0LULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
V-r,pt5) 'on tho'Sml nnd 4th WED-
j NESDAY evenings' of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hull, corner
Ocretnuta and Tort atreots.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
(end. i .V. L. 1'RAZEE, Vv, Prclt.
jf H. T. MOOItH, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meeta every first nnd third Thurs
. Jays of each month nt Knights of
MPjthlaa Hall. Vltltlng brothers cor
f dlally Invlttd to attend.
? A. H. AKLKiail, Sachem.
A. H MURPHY, C. of It.
When you get
ui to make
Our (29. suit
POR THE HOLIDAYS
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
..EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
207 Brretania St. Phone 1491.
jf McTlghe Favorite
.The Best Wliiskey on the Market.
' THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., A0EN1S.
101-105 KING ST.
fc PHONE 140. T. 0. BOX 755.
K in a brand new scven-seatcr. Call up
W 101 or 1453 and nsk for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
Cth, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
LOCAL AM IENERAL
If you have a business opportunity
to offer, nertitt reasonably, in B tt 1
letin want advertising it And it
will' appeal to the right person.
AL Thurlow for a lunch or dinner,
Handsome ovcnlng coats at Whitney
A salary warrant has been lost.
Sec ad. In this Issue,
R. W. Bblnglc returned from Kauai
jesterday In the steamer W. K. Hall.
C. H. Cooko returned from Maui,
where he fins been attending to business.
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. shipping
books for sale at the Bulletin
office, BO each.
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
It you aro looking lor any oi your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
Call at the Bulletin offlot and
cet a free list of the, new Are alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Ride in tho swell btuac Miner anven
by the expert chaffour, M. T. I.uti.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage. -
Have your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
Oct your Christmas camera, kodak
or llrownie at Ourroy's Art Shop,
Fort street, below King. Holiday
printing and enlarging.
Chas. Gay and A. F. Knudson were
among tho passengers who arrived
from Knual In the Hall. They will re
main hero for some time.
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Miss Sophlo Cremor to
Mr. Meyer of Honolulu. Tho wedding
will take place New Year's Eve. Oar
The orcbcstrcllo selections at the
Art Thoatre for tho following three
days will be Yankee Prince, Thousand
and Ono Night Waltzes, I'm Afraid to
Come Home In tho Dark.
While out riding on Saturday along
tho Klpahulu road, Judge Cooper met
with an accident, resulting In a
sprained ankle. His horso stumbled
nnd his foot was Jammed.
Our men's houso slippers are hand-
tonic, serviceable, nnd vory easy on
llrcd feet. We havo Just opened up
eleven different styles for holiday buy
ers, In prices from $1.60 to, (4.00, Mc
Inerny 8hoe Store. .
Thurlow't Royal Annex for meals,
Henry May & Co. received another
large shipment ot fancy groceries and
table delicacies by the Lurllne, In
eluding assorted bon bona and Lehn
hardt's candles. Orders taken for
green Christmas trees. Phone 22.
Tho Hanamaulu residents have ent
ered upon a season ot competitive veg
etable raising, and tho talcs wafted
l.lhuewards of tho success attained
nro simply electrifying. Radishes, of
which ono will since tor a whole fnm-
llyy nnd potatoes of oven moro Brob
dlngnaglan size count among tho smal
ler successes. Garden Island.
Tho residents of Kami a havo dili
gently been attending meetings' late
ly In order to come to an agreement
as to the ones who are to bid for the
covcral lots that wilt be auctioned o
In tho nenr future. They claim now
to havo got tho thing settled so that
there will bo only one bid for each lot
end tho bidder, will consequently got
his choice at upset price. Qardcn Is
Murray Coming To Hawaii
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 12. Rrlgadler Genera! Arthur Murray,
Chief of Coast Artillery, is preparing to depart for Hawaii and the Phil
ippines to Inspect and locate "fortifications.
' ' ' PREDICT CANAL DAM FAILURE ; '
PARIS', France, Dec; 13. Slnco tho sinking ot tho Gatun dam on
the line of the Pankma Canal has been reported, the French engineering
critics are predicting the com'plcto inlluro 'of the present plans for the
if tho canal. ' ' l ' '
compltlon of I
HOOT'S NEW STATE DEPARTMENT PLAN
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. IS. Secretary of 8tate Root has recom
mended that tho State Department be, reorganized Into polltlco-geogrnplt-ical
division's, with sub-departments to deal, with tho various questions
between the American Government and those ot Europe, Latin Auierlci:,
the Orient, and the American colonics.
ATLANTIC FLEET AT COLOMBO
. f u '
t IN FOREIGN PORTS f 'l ARRIVBO 1
a mm . -r . -,
Sunday. December 13.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, from Hawaii
ports, 7:30 a. m. ,
A..H. 8. S. Columbian, Colcord, from
Sim Francisco, 7:40 a. in. ,
Br. S.S. Pinna, Fnlrchlld, from Cal
lao, Peru, 7: B0 a. m.
Stmr. Noeau, from Kauai ports, 8. IB
PAMKNOBRB ARRIVED i 'u.S. A. T. Iluford, from San Fran-
! i it.n m.
C1BW, liou I'. ....
Stmr. W. G. Hall, 'inompson, num
y Monday, Uiesmner i-.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 13:
S. S. 'Asia, hence Dec. 1,
Saturday, December 12.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Dec. 1
Dktnc. Irmgard, for Honolulu.
8p. W. P. Fryo, for Honolulu.
8. 8. Enterprise, ifor Hllo.
COI.OMtlO, Ceylon, Dec.
13. The American Atlantic Fleet has nr-
PACIFIC FLEET AT PANAMA
PANAMA, Isthmus of Panntna, Dec. 13. The-American Pacific fleet
arrived here today from South American waters.
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DUTCH CAPTURE VENEZUELAN SHIP
W1LLEM8TAD, Curacao, D. W. I., Dec. 13. Tho Dutch cruiser Gcl
dcrland has'eftptured as a prize the Venezuelan coastguard ship Altx,
which had attempted to run the blockade. The crow of the Allx made no
resistance when captured.
The Dutch havo the battleship Jacob Van Hremskerk and the cruis
ers Gelderland and Frlesland engaged In a patrol ot the Venezuelan
coast from Puerto uauona to i-n uuayrn, paironing juuu yaras irom mo
shore. The appearance ot the battleship oft La Guayra on Dccembor 8
was the signal for extinguishing all lights In the city, while the guns
of the forts were trained on the Dutchman. '
CASTRO IN EUROPE
PARIB, France, Dec. 13. President Castro of Venezuela has left this
city for Cologne.
PARIS, France, Dec. 13. Somo of the newspapers hero express tho
bc)et that President Castro has dc&erted Venezuela forever. -Thev lay
that for years he has been sending money to England and Franco, where
they estimate he has $60,000,000. deposited.
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TAFT MAY VISIT PANAMA
WASHINGTON, D. fc., Dec. 12. President-elect Tuft Is contemplat
ing a visit to the Panama Canal zone before his 'inauguration.
FOUND MURPHY NOT GUILTY
SAN FRANCIBCO, Calif., Den. 12. The Jury have returned a verdict
of not guilty Id favor ot cx-Supcrtlor Murphy, accused of bribing ono
of the Jurors In the Ruet trial. The Jury was out twelve hours and nlno
ballots were taken to reach the verdict.
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"' MOBGAN'S BIO PRESENT
DUCKS AND GEESE.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
BAN FRANCI8CO, Calif., Dec. 12, J. P. Morgan has donated ono
hundred thousand'. dollars for tho rebuilding of tho Episcopal church
buildings In San Francisco.
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GRIDIRON CLUB DINNER
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 12. The annual dinner of tho Qrldlron
Club was a notable event. Among the guests of the newspaper corre
spondents were President Roosevelt, Vice President Fairbanks, President
elect Taft, Vice President-elect Sherman, E. H. Harrlman, and other na
m i i m
MANILA SUPPLY STOREHOUSES
,WABIUN.qTON, D. C., Dec, 12. Jt has beep gecldcd, to erect a
number of reserve supply storehouses for tho Army at Manila, to cost a
million and a half dollars.-
Ill' ! i ii m
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Tainting Co., 221
i Kinir St.: V 0 Box 014.
STILL THE BEST
Old Kona Coffee
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
WING CH0NG CO
iaNG ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Fi"i.ture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All Knuis of K0A and
MISSION runiHTUEE Made Tr
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAtEA. ,
ILUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in tovjn.
, The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Tort.
tjack Scully. Jack Roberts.
P. L. PETERS
CYCLIST WILL TOUR WORLD
ON HIS TWO-.WHEELED STEED
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Dec. 1.
Robert Hellmlch, a German bicyclist,
who, accompanied by Gcorgo Weldon,
a Hungarian rider., left Paris early
In July on a trip around tho world,
arrived In Los Angeles late last
Tho trip was Btartcd originally as
one only of pleasure, but a New YorI
nrra orrercd a prize, of I2G00 to the
man who nrrlvcd In Paris first, after
having ridden around the world, 'At
tracted by the prize, an Amorlcan
rider, Henry Fisher, Joined tbe for
eigners at New York and entered tho
Hellmlch arrived In this city hun
dreds of miles ahead of his nearest
competitor, Fisher, who was last
heard of by the German near Omaha.
Weldon, the Hungarian rider, broke
down at Ogdcn nnd it will require
several days for htra to get a 'new
wheel to come to Los Angoles, whore
he will get a motorcycle.
Although Hellmlch has ridden the
100 miles on a bicycle, he will leaie
Los Aqgelrs on a motorcycle and will
ride to South America, and'' from
(here, travel by steamer to' Japatf.
From Japan he will ride to iVfadlvqt
tok, Siberia, and across the Siberian
desert to .Ilerlln, and from .there to
Paris, whrc,tji,9 race ternt.ntet
mi i ' i"
, Bleak, ., of all ortM,lHwr,
eta. ssanuraotwt kr tfct BaJtMa ru
NEW JURY LIST-
IS DRAWN TODAY
Mitchell, Henry Kaumaca, M. S. Ham
man, Robt. W. Cathcart, A. G, Kan
nlgesser, W. L. Warren, C. F, Luduig
ken, J. L. Robinson, C. O. Hottcll, A,
V. Peters, Jno. O'Connor, 1. J. Hurd, L.
C. Abies, A. C. Souza, James Dodd,
L. K. Sheldon, A. E. Mackintosh, S. J,
Grand and Petit Jurors hueston champion over
ALFREDO DE ORO, CUBAN
Who Will Serve
Orand and trial Jurors for tho com
ing term were dra,wn In tho different
Courts this morning. The names of
the Jurors, and the branch ot work In
which they Kill serve, follow:
'Trial Jurors, returnable In Judge
Roblnson'i (Jourt on Monday,, January
1. Geo. W. Macy,' Wm.'RInger, F. H.
McNamara, Eddie McCorrlston, Ho
Fron, Frederic Goudle, A. O. Dowsott,
John K,. Inch, W. M. Graharp. Irwin
Spalding, Mathtas Pi KujnVuaka, K. F,
Drown, C. W. MeFarlane, J. 8. Aze
vedo, W. A. Hall,' o! Harbottle; Kirk
D, Poster, Edw, Hanapl J., J. Arcla, D.
ii. voeuer, r. Meyers, u. t, 'iiirncr,
Kim V. Chone. John F. Mel&nnhy.
John H. Jonest anll.diir-Bcl'liha.
urand jurors were drawn aa ioiiowsi
Percy M. Pond, A. 'Watorhouse. Wm.
Raupp, Q. N. Uthmao, E.' R, Rath, it.
R. Detries, Jr., J J. Byrne: Thos. Gan
Por C.-A. S. 8. Moana, from Vic
toria and Vancouver, Dec. 12. tor
Honolulu: Mrs. L. Tomllnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Chapin, Mrs. Orcy and child, J.
V. Kerrigan, Mr. and Mrs. Rear, two
children and nursej Mr. and Mrs. H.
C, Harden, Mr, and Mrs. W. Holmes,
Mrs. S. L. Patterson nnd child. A.
Guild, Dr. F. J. Mluer, Miss O. V. Min
er, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilickok, W. A.
Oreenwell, A. Williams, R. A. Jordan,
Mrs.E. Claybourno and child, Miss E.
Cromwell. Mrs. 1. McKny, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Ebcrt nnd child, II. Rat
tcrsby, Mrs. Green nnd three children.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Flcblg and child, F.
Price, 'G. Smith, O. Morgan.
Per stmr. Mikahala, from Maul and
Molokal ports, Dec. 13. Rev. J. J.
Matthews. Rev. II. R. Judd, Mrs. A. II.
R. Judd, 8. Decker, A. Forsyth, A. Tol
lefson, C," H. Cooke, F. C. Brown, Mrs.
L. J. Elberg, Loo Joe, II. C. Men.
Per Btmr. W. G. Hall, from Knual
ports, Dec. 13, R. W. Shingle, J. O.
Fassoth, Mrs. Olson and two children,
Jos. II, H.-W. M. Mist, F. O. Fry, J. P,
Lynch, J. T. Page, Chas. Gay, A. F.
Knudscn. Miss Olrvln, G. N. Wilcox
nnd 10 deck.
Per stmr. Noeau, from Koloa, Doc.
13. Mrs. C. M. Cooko.
Per U. S. A. T. Ruford, from 8an
Francisco, Dec, 13. For Honolulu: C.
S. Ridley. F. L. Fink, Mrs. F. U Fink,
F. L. Fink, Jr., Miss Lilllo Fink, MIbs
Rcatrlco Flnk, Mrs. Richard Qulnn
ml child, J. R. White, Mrs. William
II. Wagner and child. For Manila:
Mrs. Robert II. Allen, Lieut. Hay C.
Bntrd, Llcut.-Col. Louis Brcchcmln nnd
wife, Lieut. Edw. II. Campbell. Lieut.
Wm. P. Clark. Lieut. A. W. Clcnry.
Lieut. Harry Cohen, Captain C. H.
Connor and wife, Lieut. Andrew J,
Conroy, Lieut. John Alden Crane,
Lieut. O. W. Dnywalt, Mrs. Ella K,
Dinwiddle, Dr. JamcH C. Dougherty,
Lieut. John Register Emory, Jr., Lieut.
Thos, C. Fain and wlfo, Limit. Robert
A. Gllmore, Lieut. Ernest Graves, U.
S. A., M. Harrison, Lieut. II. II. Hlett,
Cnpl. P. W. Huntington, wlfo nnd
child, Capt. J. L. Knowlton, wlfo nnH,
two children, Lieut. Herman Kobho,
Ileut. O. H. Koehler, I.lcut. John O.
Lackey nnd lfe, Lieut. Elbo A. Lnlh
rop, Lieut. T. F. Martin, Lieut. J. A.
Morrltt. Lieut. John F. Milter and
wlfo. Captain Wm. H. Moncrlcf and
wife, Captain Henry It. Moore, Lieut.
Frank C. O'Loughlln, Lieut. Matthew
Addison Palcn an wife, Major Freder
ick Perkins and wife, Lieut. Frederick
A. Prlnco and wife, Llout. Frank K.
Ross and wife, Lieut. John J. Robs,
Lieut. Jacob H. Rudolph, Lieut. Bern
ard A. Schaff, Llout. Henry F. Schrocd
tr and wife, Lieut. 11. M. Sii)dcr,
Lieut. Fraud Sjierbeck, wlfo nnd child.
Llout. Joseph W, Strachn, Llout. Hugh
Strnughn, Lieut. H. S. Terrell, Lieut,
O. W. C. Whiting. Lieut. John 8.
Young, Clark C. Brown, wife and two
children, Thomas C. Kennedy and
wife, Thomas C. Jones, Robert John
son, John O'Brien, William Davis, W.
Kcsscl, S. Jakobscen, J, E. Haydcn, W.
M. Elmer, W. Wlsnlowskl, W. Wotzcl
D. Sweeney, D. F. Barber, C. L. Stew.
art, Thos, J, Curtis, Charles E. Clark,
W, E. Scruggs, Mrs. Alexander Nelson
m mh m
Knual ports, a. m.
Stmr. Mikahala, from Maul and Mo
lokal ports, n. m.
Saturday,. December 12.
A.-H. 8. S. Columbian, from San
Francisco (off port), 9 p. m. ,
Saturday, December 12.
C.A. 8. -8. Moana, Morrlsby, for tho
Colonics, 8 p. m.
' M. N. S. 8. Lurllno, Wccden. for
Kabulul, 5 p. m.
U. S. A. T. Ruford, for Manila, 5
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for
Hllo and way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for
Kona nnd Knu ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Knual jmrts, 6 p. m.
Stmr. Mikahala, for Maul nnd Mo
lokal ports, fi p. m.
Per C.-A. S. 8. Moana. for the Col
onies, Dec. 12. Mr.- nnd Mrs. W. H.
Gavin nnd child. C. I). Coffin. Mrs.
Armstrong nnd three children, II. A.
Hnlrland, J. N. Fuller, II. Garnctt, R.
8mlth, B. Nnhomo, E. J. Partridge,
John James, M. Russell.
CHIEF OFFICER THOMSEN, for
merly of tho Enterprise, now occupies
a similar position on tho steamer
THR MAT80N schooner W. II. Mar
hton will sail from 8an Francisco for
Hllo direct on 'December 23.
THE MIKAJ4ALA could not land nt
Pukoo on tho outward trip, as tho
wind was blowing too hard.
THE BARK Albert has been char
lorcd to load lumber for tho 11. Hack
told Co., Ltd., Hllo.
TilE MATSON liner Lurllno leaves
for Kabulul this oicnlng at 0 o'clock.
THE KINAU will bring B000 bags
of Knual sugar on Wednesday.
THE MOANA brought 100 cases of
whiskey and au automobile.
TlIK MIKAHALA'S cargo Included
127 bags of coffee.
THE W. G. HALL brought 6870 bags
of Koloa sugar.
NEW Y0BK IS MARATHON-MAD.
ASSESSMENT NO. 8
lu the Harrison Mutual Benevolent
Association due Doc, IB, 1908, de
linquent Jan. IB, 1909. All assess
ments aiu pa)ablo at the Recrotary'a
office, Knplolaul Building, King and
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co,
UMTTED , ,
52 8. KING ST. PHONE Ht,
HE BE9T lilTTElS',-IN TOWN,
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 1. Thomas
A. Hueston of St. Louis wrested the
world's continuous pool championship
from Alfredo De Oro, or -Havana, Cu
ba! by tho score of 600 to 436, The
score for the Anal nlghttof the 600
point gam'o was: Hueston 188, De
For twenty years De Oro hns held
the championship almost continuous
ly and In that time he has played 92
championship games. Of these he
has lost but two. He waB overcau
tious In the play last night, appar
ently tearing to tako a chance. Hues-
ton played with confidence. When
Hueston was within four points ot
winning1 Do Oro forfeited and thus
forced his rival to do likewise, de
laying for a short time the ultimate
CHICAGO BALL PLAYERS WANT
IN THEIR PAY
dell,- E. M. Cheatham, A, O. Haves, Jr,
j cmmeiuin, J, II. uormene, w. v.
Wilder, E. Bwltt, J,M.' Blssell, 8t.
Stephenson, It. A, Woodward, H. P. R,
Olade, H. A. Along, Richard Ludloff,
Bt. C. Bayers, F, B. Cook,
r Judge Do Bolt's Jurors: E. O.
White, R. W. Ppdmore, E. V. Todd, W.
K. Isaao, R, K. Mist, John Waterhouse,
8, M. Kamak'ou,1 Chas. A. L. Wells, J.
Ii, Cummlngs, Hiram Kolomoku, T. C.
McOulro. W, 0. Walker, R. flair. Farm
Cdrnh, Ed Swan, Wattor Btarblrd, M.
Bllya, Jr., B. F. Beardmoro, L. D. War
ten; E. B. Frlel, Jno. Shaw, A. D. Bolst
er, C. A. Simpson, R. K. Brown, W. E.
Tlrrell.,0, H. Oreene.
Judge Lindsay's jurors: Chas. Phil
lips, 'C. K. Spencer. A. 3. Smithies, W
A, Perry, E. K. Fernandez, T. A. Honan
Jr., W. M. Mlnton, J. O. Kakelo, Jno.
THE STEAMER Pinna, chartered by
he Toyo Klson Ka)sha company' to
carry oil to Japan, put Into port yes
terday forenoon from Pern. Tho ves
sel called In for bunker oil and pro
ceeded on her way to Japan this
BULLETIN ADS PAY
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is1 the only'lolid foundation for a suc
cessful business. We satisfy our pa
trons whenever possible.
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Chicago, Nov. 30. Manngor Chancu
Isn't tho only one ot tho Cubs Insist
ing on more pay for hln next season's
work. All of tho champs aro after
hlghor Btlpends, hot and heavy.
Undess tho nnto Is raised In tho cano
6f Mordccal Brown and pvlo Overall
the two star pltchors of tho team, they
l.ro pretty certain not to play. Brown
has been offered $5u00 by the propri
etor of ono of tho local seml-profcs
slonal clubs to tako charge of that
team and manage Kb affairs, Just aa
James Callahan bandies tho Logan
Tho whole wad will be In a bank for
Brown nny time he will consent to
tlgn. To pay such a sum would bo a
risky business move, but a celdbrlty
like Rrown probably could draw n lot
of people, ovcry Saturday and Sunday.
Ah tho other expenses would bo' triv
ial, tho club with Brown nt tho head
of It nfrght bo a financial winner as
wel au1 an artistic success Practical
ly tho same kind of an inducement tins
been held out to Overall, nnd tho pop
ularity, of the big Calltornlan undoubt
edly would make him a drawing card
and a money-maker.
PURSER CHANEY of tho W. O.
Hall reports tho following sugar nn
Kauai awaiting shipment: K. P., 910
bags; K. S. M 3fi50; Mak 14,911; G.
F., 883; V. K.. 2000.
THE PURSERS of all tho Inter-Is
land steamers arriving Jesterday re
port very rough weather Qioislng tin
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 1. The
town seems to have gone Marathon
mad. On all Bides they are talking
about the great feature, pioneered
hy those mites, Dornndo nnd Hayes.
Their success ns box ofllco magneli
has KCt tho fastcbt nmnteiira to think
ing, and Just now the moat thought
ful of tho Mnrntbnn runnors is tin
redskin, Tom Longboat. Ho Is will
ing to turn "professional" if Dorando
will meet him. And Dornndo will
meet nnybody in tho world.
llo wants to make all tho money
that his nicely turned legs will nl
ibw, how that ho has a lino on his
speed ns an Indoor winner. Harry
Pollok Is ready to mako tho match,
nnd ns a grand nnalo ho will hang
up n $10,000 purso for a free-for-all,
to Include Hayes, Dorando, Longboat,
Shrubb, Crowloy, Tewanlna, and
several others who profess to hno
beaten Dorando's time.
This" fellow Crowley seems to be
tho dark horso of tho entlro bunch,
Ills i-cmnrkablQ run over the Yonkors
Marathon course Thanksgiving Day
made him tho winner of the greatest
Marathon ever run on this side of the
world. He plowed through twenty
five and a half miles ot mud nnd
slush, nnd when ho passed tho Judges
stand at the Em'plro City track h.n
was literally coverod with mlri,
which entirely obscured tho emblem
on his breast. His time was 2:49,
as against Dorando's 2:41 for twenty-six
miles nnd 38B yards, tho reg
ulation Marathon distance.
Scarcely five minutes' difference In
the time, nnd Dornndo was running
on a carefully piepared path.
The Weekly Edition of th Evtnlng
BulUtln gives a complete summary of
nm nwa pr inn av.
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