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EVENMNG BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY. OCT 2S, I90D.
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for . nfanto and Children.
on't Poison Baby.
fOUTV VllAKH AGO ulmoit every ni'dhcr Ihoufiht her child must have
v juircaoi'lc1 or l.iuiUuum to nuUo It sleep. Tlieus drugs will prodtico sleep,
andnfetv drops ! ninny will produce tho slrco from which llicro l
IK) 'WitUlllE. Many nro tho ( lilldrrn who liavo been Ulled or wlio-a health has
been ruined for lite by paregoric, Iniidanuni and liiorjilitiic, each of which is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists arc prohibited from selling cither of tin
narcotic nunicil to children at nil, or to anybody, without labeling Uir
"H)ion." The definition of "narcotic" hi " A medicine tehlch relieve! jiaii
ami pioitueei tlerp, but tehieh in jofo;iot dosei prwlucea itujior, comn, cnnvul
lions and death." Tho tnslo and smell of medicines containing opium nro til
gulscil, end sold under the names of "Drop," "Cordial," "Soothing Syrups,'
etc You should not permit any medicine to ho given to your children williou
jou or your physician know of what it Is composed. C'atlorlii docs not con
slffiint nro of
I mc fnqneotly prrcrl,l Ca-Iortt tot com
taua &Ilu.t-.tof childn n wl.ti pwl rru!ti
V. A. OUSDALt., M P..
Hal-Mo, N. Y.
Ai tho father nf thirteen chlMrrn I crrUlnly
know KniKthl&c about ym.f jrriat -nMliIiieatuI.
$LAe from my own family ciptHitw, hao, In
ttij jrari of imc1U, found Caaiorla a popular anl
tfuilcntremud In tlnot Mery home."
Ws. J. McCrinn, m : ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Thirteen Errors '
To One Fielder
"I can toll toil a story nlxmt out
fielder making errors." said Httbe"
Victors of I'lillndolplila. whllo tali
Ins hop. "Why. 1 nw nn outfielder
liavo fourteen lllea Knocked .to him In
ono gaino. nil easy lllcs. ami get hut
one of them."
i "How could he ntles them?" was
"Well," replied Victors, "lio'd ci
ther mlBJudsed theVh or ilrapped
"And ho couldn't land hut one?"
"So, ho only landed ono ntul thir
teen lilt the cm th."
"How long did they Keep him an
hour nftor tho game?"
"Well, that's what they Intended
to tli. but I told them thoy were
making a mistake. 1 said tho man
who made thirteen oirors of omis
sion nnd commission was a ball play
er, nnd that thoy would maka u
mlstalio In lettln'g him go."
"Ho must have hcun u hall plnyer
to nilta thirteen easy lllea."
"Well, 1 toll you It Is true thnt ho
only got one out of fourteen, but ho
u'ns nt bat four times thnt after
noon nnd ho got a home run.'it tri
ple, and two doubles A man hitting
lllto that, I figured out. could he
Kept on a hall club for his hitting,
ovtn though he coitUln t field much.
GRAND LACE DISPLAY
Over 50,000 pieces of LACE displayed on our tables.
A partial result of our Mr. Kerr's call on the agents
of the great lace makers is to be seen in our store these
days, when we are showing a crand assortment of entirely
new patterns in laces. Ihe assortment is greater than
has ever been shown here on any occasion. Note the prices:
TUriE LINEN TORCHON !
Width from 1 inch to 3V'
Price, 10c, 12V.C and 15c
This is an excellent value.
Widths from one-half inch1
to 4 inches.
Price, 30c per do.en yards
and 5c per yard,
Gold, Pearl and Jet.
$2. $2 25, S2.50. $2.75, $3
and 3.25 yard,
NEW NECKWEAR. NEW SILK LACE SCARFS, NEW
BEADED SILK SCARFS, NEW VEILS.
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
for.ltnre and Piano Moving.
"I Unit your Cvtorls If ry beneficial In tha
trcatxacut of cUidrin't alimt-nif."
r. iiiTi., m. n .
"I ordr-ct to -hut lira called pa'cnt Eic-Iclne.
w li re tiviki r alon knnn s -hat itua U put lit tlicm.
hut 1 knmv llicfnnnul.of ynur CNfllorlaftnilfMlvIre
llflufulu tnjMrci(M. 1 Ju Ja It td 1m a vir use
ful, M will & hbrmliM f.rallj rr.e2klrr.M
N. 0. burn, I. D ,
Urookljm, N. T.
You see. this man was n pitcher
whiit he (nine to its. He had lots of
fcpi'Cd and n nlco cuno. Nut ho
uitildn't get control, and after lip
Inst n few games liornuso of his wild
ness they sent him to the otitllchl.
hoping that he'd inaUe r. fielder, and
Knowing that his hitting would not
"He won the game In which he
made tlnso thirteen errors, nnd after
considering my advice the owners of
the club decided to Keep him.
"Ho Improved In his lidding nml
lm u, cmotl nrvor tn liavo n hattttlC
slump. Ills hatting wus tho talk nt
the "Wuy liowu Hast' territory, unu
nfter n wlille lie lort us.
1 "Hack to tbo hushes?" naked one
of tho audience of players,
i "No, up to the majors," replied
i "We ought to hac heard of him.
Who was he, 'Itube'?"
"Well, es; jou'vo hcatd of him.
Tho man was Claude Uossmnii, and
tho club on which ho played was
The business of tho International
CoritiHpondcn.ro Schools of Scrunton,
I'n., for this lenJtory will lin con
ductoil hy n reprcsentatlvo from tho
homo oftlco after November 1st, at
.'ai I'o-t street. Honohihi.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
'! I, (-..ntnrml Konm Phon- 185.
Widths from 1 inch to 5
Price, per yard, 10c and
Price, 50o and 75c per
piece; 10c and 12Vie per '
Band, Insertion, Edging
and All-overs to match.
Prices, 10c to $5.50 yard.
Facts About Ail
Nm that tho l'iltsbitig nine have
trim the World's championship, tho
lollowlng datn about tho player of
Iho loam will bo read with Interest.
Tied C. Clarke, manager, cnpt.tin
and loft fielder; bjrtt Oct. 3, 187.,
Madison county, Iowa. Weight 1115
pouuits. Height 5 feet S Inches, l'lny
ed April to July, 1802. Hastings, No
braskn Stale league; July lo October,
1S92, St. Joseph (Mo.) Independents;
April to .lime, 18U.1, with St. Joseph,
Mo., In Knusas State league; June to
September 1SS3, Montgomery. Ala., In
the Southern league; April to Juno,
ISDI, with SiiMinnah, (la., lit tho
Southern league; from June, IStfl, to
ISlt'.t. Inclusive, with Louisville In tho
National league; from l'JOO to 1009
with Pittsburg National league.
John II. Wagner, shortstop. Horn
In Carnegie, I'n., In 1ST I. Height S
feet 11 Inches. Weight 190 pound,
l'lavcil piofesslonal baseball for (lie
litst tlmo in 1&95 with tho Steuben
vllle (O.) team of the Central associa
tion. When the season was over In
Iho league he Joined the Warien (O.)
team In tho linn nnd Oil league. In
lb90 ho wns vvllh tho I'atcrson IN. J.)
team In the Atlantic league, golt g to
lutlsvlllo In the Nntloual league In
1S07. Ho lemalned with Louisville
until 1S93, when ho enmo to Pittsburg
and ho has been with the l'irates ever
since. Ho has led tho National league
In hitting six different seasons, nml is
.uro to be the lender again this enr.
Thomas W. I.cocli, center fielder;
born Nov. 1, 1877, nt Trench Creek,
N. y. Height 5 feet C Indies; weight
luO pounds. Played 1S9G with Han
over, Pa., In cumuorianil valley
league; 1897 with llcnovn (O.) Inde
pendents; 1S98, Auburn, New York
State league; 1S99, l.oulsvillo National
league; 1900 to 1909, with Pittsburg
In the National league. Played third
base until present season.
(leorgo Olbson. catclfer; born Jnlyg
22, 1SS0, at IOiulon, Out., Canada.
Weight 190 pounds; height 5 feet UV4
Inches. Played September, 1903, to
June, 1901, IlulTiilo Kastem league;
Juno, 1901. lo July, 1905, Montienl,
Hasten! league; July, 1905, to 1909,
.1. Owen Wilton, light fielder; born
Aug 21, 1SS3, at Austin, Tex. Height
0 feet 2 Inches; weight 185 pounds.
Played May to July, 1905, Austin. In
Texas Stato league: May, 1900. lo
July, 1907, Port Worth, In tho Texas
league; July to September, 1907, Dob
Moines. Iowa, In the Western league;
April, 190S lo 1909, with Pittsburg In
the National league.
William Absteln, first baseman;
hoin Keb. 2, 1885, at St. Louis. Mo.
Height C feet; weight 185 pounds.
Pluyed 1903. llcllcville, HI., In Mis
souri-Illinois lensuo; 1904, Houston, In
Tonus league; 1905 and 1900, Shrnvo-
port. Ii.. In tho Southern Icaguo;
1907 nnd 1908, with Providence It. I..
In tho irastern Icaguo; 1909. with
Pittsburg in tho Nntloual league.
Robert M. Ilyrnc, third baseman
bom Dec. 31, 1885, at St. Iu!s, Mo.
Height 5 feet S Inches; weight 150
pounds. Played 1905 with Springfield
Mo., In tho Western association; 1900,
with Shrcvepnrt, I.a., In the Southern
league; 1907 to August, 1909, with
St. I-ouls Nationals; Joined Pittsburg
Nationals Aug. 19, 1909.
Chnrles Phlllippo, pitcher; bom
May 23, 1S72, at Rural Retreat, Vn.
Height 0 feet Inch; weight 180
pounds. Played 189B with Mnnknto
(Minn.) Independents; 1897 nnd 189S,
with Minneapolis, Minn.. In tho West
ern longuo; 1S99, Louisville Nstlon
ills; 1900 to 1909, with Pittsburg Na
Patrick P. O'Connor, catcher; born
Aug, -I, 1882, at Windsor, l-oeks, Conn.
Height 5 feet 8 Inches; weight MS
pounds. Plnvcd 1902 and 1903 with
llrlstul, In Connecticut Stnto Icaguo;'
1901 to 1907, with Springfield, Muss.,
In Connecticut Stato league; 1908 nnd
1909, with PltlRburg.
John 11, Miller, second baseman;
born Sept. 9, 1880, nt Kearney, N. J.
Height fi feet; weight 100 pounds.
Played May to July, 190S, with 1
ton, Pa.. In tho Atlantic league; July
to September, 1908, with McKoosport
1 1-4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottatre. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire
netting fence. 300 Bananas, etc,
4 doz. Hens. Wh. Plymouth Rocks
and Wh. Leghorns. Good Horse and
Buggy, All for
Also 2,4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
In the O, & P. leaguo; 1909, with Pitts
burg, Michael n. Simon, catcher; horn
April 13, 1SS3, nt North Vernon, Ind.
Height 5 feet 11 Inches; weight ISO
pounds. Played 1902 with Parkers
burg "(V. Vn.) Indeiiendents; 1903
with Pln.u.1 (O.) and Munclo (Ind.)
Independents; 1901 with Columbus,
O., In Auieilcnn asroclatlon; 1905 nnd
1906 with Peoria, III, In the Three-I
league; 1907 and 1908 vvllh Cedar
Rapids Independents In Thrco-1
league; 1909 with Pittsburg.
Samuel Prod;, pitcher; born Dec.
23, 1883. lit Ilalllmoro Md. Height 0
feet; weight 1CS pounds. Ployed 1905
with Concord, N. H., In tho New Kng
land league; 1900, Worcester, In tho
New Knglaiiil league; 1907 Worcester
nnd Boston Nationals; 190S, Prov
Ideiico, R. I., In the Dastern Icaguo;
1909 with Pittsburg.
Charles II. Adams, pitcher; bom
Mny IS, 18S3. nt Tipton Ind. Height
5 feet 11 Inches; weight ISO pounds.
Phied 1905 with Parson, ICns.. In Mis
souri Valley le-igue; 1900 and 1907
with Denver. Col., In tho Western
league; 1908 with Louisville. Ky In
tho American association; 1909 with
Nicholas Mmldox, pltchsr; born
Nov. 9; ISSfi, nt Oavanstovvn, Mil.
Height 0 feet; weight 178 pounds.
Played 1905 with Piedmont (W. Vn.),
Independents; 1900 with Providence.
R. I., In the Eastern league; 1907 with
Wheeling, W. Vn., In 'the Ccntial
league; 1908 nnd 1909 with Pittsburg.
Chester M. Ilrnndou pitcher; born
Match 31, 1SS7. nt Oklahoma City,
Okla. Height r, feet 8 Inches; weight
101 K)unds. Played 1901 with Pitts-
burg, Kan., In O, A. K. league: 1995.
Muskogee, Okla., O, A, K. league;
1900, with Independence, Kiis., O.A.
K. league; 1907 nml IMS, with Kansas
City, Mo, In tho American associa
tion; 1909, with Pittsburg.
Kusene Moore, pitcher; bom Nov.
10, 1880, nt Lancaster, Tex. Height 0
tect 2 inches; weight 182 pounds.
Plajcd.1908 to August, 1909, Willi Dal
las In the To:;us league; Joined Pitts
bmg In August, 1909,
Howard Cniuultz, pitcher; born
Aug. 22, 1881, nt Covington, Ky.
Height C feet 8 Inches; weight 108
pounds. Plnyed 1902 with C.icenvlllo,
Miss, In Cotton States Icaguo; 1903
with Vlcksburg, Miss; 1901 with Pitts
burg NntlnnnlR nnd Spilnglle'd III,
In the Thrce-I lensuo: 1915 nml 1900
with Toledo, O., In tho American ns
soclatlon; 1997 to 1999, with Pitts
bmg. Harry CnmnlU. pltchor; born Oct.
20, 1SSI. nt Hiistonvlllo, Ky. 'Height
0 feet 1 Inch; weight 105 poiimU.
Plaved 1907 nnd 190S with Now
CnMlo, I'n., In O. and P. league; April
to September, 1909, with McKcesport.
Pa, In tho O, and P. league; Joined
I'lttshurg In Sopteinbor, 1909,
Albeit P. Lolfleld, pltchor; born
f'ept .1 1883. nt Trenton, III. Height
0 feet 1 nielli weight 178 pounils,
Played 1903 nt Alton. Ill, In MIhsouiI
Illinois league; 1901 nml 1905, witli
lies Moines, Invvn In Western loigno:
S-'i icmber. 1905 tu 19(9, with Pitta-
Victor O. Willis, pitcher; born April
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12, 1870, nt Newark, Del. Weight 185
pounds; height 0 feet 2 Inches, Plny
ed 189) with Wilmington. Del.; 1895
with Lynchburg, Vn.; 1890 nnd 1897,
with Syracuse, N. Y., In tho Eastern
league; from 1898 to 1905, Inclusive,
with .tho lloston Nntlonnls; from 1900
to 1909, with I'lttshurg.
Kdvvnrd J. Abbatlcchlo, utility In
fielder; born April 18, 1877, at Latro
be. Pa. Height 5 feet 10 Inches;
weight 177 pounds. Played In 1897
with (Jrocnsuurg (Pa.) IndedendcnlB;
1898, with Philadelphia Nationals;
U99 and 1900 with Minneapolis.
.Minn.; 1901 nnd 1902 with Nnshvllle.
Tcmi, In tho Southern league; 1903
to 1905 wllii Hoston Nationals; did
not play In 1900; 1907 to 1909, with
Hamilton Hyatt, utility outfielder;
born Nov, 1, 1SS4 in Huticombu coun
ty, North Carolina. Height fi feet;
weight 182 pounds. Plnyed 1905 nnd
1900 with Hnqulnnm, WnBh, In South
western Washington league; 1907 nnd
1908, with Vancouver, 11. C, In North--
western league; 1909, with Pittsburg.
William II, Powell, pitcher; born
May 3, 1885, ut Richmond, Vn. Height
0 feet 2 Inches; weight 182 pounds.
Played 1003 at Illoomlngton, 111, tn
Thrco-I league; 1905, East Liverpool
O, in P. O. M, lenguo; 1900, Greens-
burg, Pa, and Fairmont, W. Va, In
P. & W. Vu. league: 1907 nnd 1908,
Springfield, Mass, In tho Connecticut
Stnto lenguo; 1909, with Pittsburg,
Powell broke Into tho gnmo as a first
hascmnn mid played that position un
til 1906, when ho took up pitching.
A. Kemper Siiolton, utility luficldcr;
horn Juno 29, 1888, at Huntington, W.
Vn. Height 5 feet 11 Inches; weight
157 pounds. Plaved 1907, with West
Vliglnln university nml Mansfield, In
Ohio Btaje loaguo; 1908, with West
Virginia university nnd Richmond,
Ky, In tho Ulno Grass league; 1909,
with Huntington (W. Vn.) Independ
ents, and Joined Pittsburg In August
Samuel Leover, pitcher; born Dec.
23, 1872, lit Goshen, 9. Height 5 feet
11 Inches; weight 175 pounils, Plnyed
In 1897 nt Richmond, Va In tho At
lnntlc lenguo; wns with Richmond un
til the full of 1898. when ho Joined
Asti Wines Again In the Lead
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 21, 1909.
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that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
They have received the only Grand Prize awarded on California Sparkling Wines for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY, and, in addition to this, the 'ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has also
received twenty (20) Gold Medals for the following varieties: TIPO, red and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Burgundy, Chablis, Claret, Port, Zinfandcl, Haut Sauterne, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sauterne, Tokny, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Isco Grape Juice, red.
Jeff Can Win
Heforo sailing for Now York on
the Lusltnnln, from London, Jnmcs
J, Jeffries had n three-hour confer
ence with James J. Coroett concern
ing his expected fight with Jnck
Johnson, Speaking of tho result of
the Jolinson-Kotchel meeting Cor
"Johnson's defeat of Kctchol
should not he given too much sig
nificance. It is merely a enso of a
little man going down before a big
fellow and was to bo expected.
Whllo Johnson Isn't a dub, he Is by
no menus a great fighter. Nothing
ho has done Justifies tho belief that
he Is In tho star clnss. Ho has ap
peared at n time when thcro has
heen a remarkably poor lot of heavy
weights, "Will Jeffries fight him? It Is ns
certain ns tho stars shine. While
Jeffries' attitude may have mndo
many persons believe him to be bluf
fing or sidestepping, this attitude
wns duo only to Jeffries' honest do
slre to sco whether he would be able
to get himself Into n satisfactory
condition. Ho Is now In a satisfac
tory condition .and will fight; In fact,
ho Is heady to fight at any moment,
Jcrfrlcs surprised me by looking so
well. He's In better condition than
I'vo seen him for jenrs.
"The American public may take
my tip. He will easily wrest the
heavyweight chnmplonigilp from tho
Tcxnn biunctto. As a matter of
fnct, Jeffries In my opinion, docs not
need to be in first-class condition to
whip Johnson, hecauso Johnson Is
not nnd nover was in the same class
with Jeffries. Johnson Is only able
to fight defensively. Ills only blow
Is a counter. Hums, Ketchcl nnd
others have alvvavs fought Johnson's
fights for him.
"Jeffries won't do anything of tho
kind ami Johnson will find his upper-cut
unavailing against the Call
forulnn, whllo If Jeffries over lands
on Johnson, which lie will, it will
bo goot-hy Mister Coloicd Cham
Pittsburg, and has been continuously
In tho service of tho Pirates ever
Down nt Hnlclwii next Sunday
Clifford Kimball will pull oft tho
first open golf tournament ho has
managed Blnce taking charge of tho
Tho handlcnps nro nrrunged on
tho Country Club basis, nnd nn In
novation will he introduced by hav
ing the players divided Into tv'jry
classes. Class A will includo nil
those men who have a handicap of
ten or less, and 11 will ho for thoso
with a handicap of more than ten.
The links nro In lino shape, and
Archlo Mahnulu has put In fomo
hard work on the greens. It will bo
full moon on Saturday, and n num
ber of players nre planning to go
d6wn to Halelwa on that evening
and attend tho dance that Is to bo
Clifford Kimball will welconio nil
his old time nnd new friends, nnd
will make the trip to Halelwa one to
be remembered for nil time. Ho Is
In town todny purchasing prizes for
the golf tournament. Thcro will bo
two tiophles piovlded, and tho win
ners In both classes will get some
thing worth keeping.
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When .Tames J. Jeffries heard of
Jack Johnson's victory over Kctchol
ho said this In no way would affect
his plans. Kctchol, ho added, was
only n middleweight, nml not by
any means tho best of tho middle- .
"Ketchel," continued Jeffries, "Is
trying to feed himself to mnko tho
heavyweight class, hut it will only
weako nhlm. Johnson Is not much
of a fighter, and he never met in
good man. His fight with Hirfi
wns no test, Ilurns Is n nowspaper
lighter. I can only hope that John
son will covor my money. I would
not llgt him U I did not think I
could bent hlm.'J
JoITi lea now weighs 230 pounds,
and ho says ho will fight at 210 or
185 editorial rooms 256 busi
ness cfriee. Thete are the telnphon.
pumb.ra of th. BulUtti offle.
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