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BVBWlrtO BniABTlM, BWOLTTLtf. T. II. MONDAY, DEC. 20, 1009.
Our Advertisements Seive as Guideposts'to the Home of Bargains. They have Directed Thousands of Shoppers
to this Store and have been a source of Pleasure-Promoters too, for Honolulu Ladies.
We note here only a few of the articles suitable for the Christmas seaso The store is filled with countless Rift suggestions each moderately priced. You cannot make a mistake.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
One of the best assortments wc have shown. Ooods arrived on the II Fine assortment in Voils, Panama, , Silk Etnmone. Absolutely no
Alameda and arc delightfully fresh. $1.50 to $3.00.
, HANDKERCHIKRS t
Ho larger line, no better values in Handkerchiefs shown in, Hono
lulu. These are for Ladies and Gentlemen and Children and are 'suitable
for Christmas gifts. The line is a feature with us.
nnd SCARFS. A new line'at prices that will suit .these are new goods
and arc the best we have had since they became the rage.
This is the time to collect your wants in HOSIERY. We carry a
feature stock: for .Ladies., Children and-Mcn in plain and assorted pat
terns LISLE and SILK.
SILK PETTICOATS Itt PLAIN BLACX AND
''iLADIES' and CHILDREN'S PARASOLS
Received by the Alameda. New line of sunshades for ladies and
children. Colors PLAIN WHITE, BLACK and WHITE and FANCY
SHADES. Too rood to let co. Buy now. Ladies and Ocntlcmens UM
BRELLAS in PLAIN and TWILL MATERIALS.
A 'special tale on these goods from now until ChVistmas.
count on all RIBBONS. All widths, plain and fancy.
Wc will sell you TOYS chcancr than any one in town and as an
extra inducement will give you 10' discount on all purchases of TOYS.
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MAKER Opposite Catholic Church
The Best Built Car in America
'i'hero lias never been any question us to lliu gient icllabtllly of tlio I..co
mulillo. If 11 excels hi (uiu utlrllmto moio llmu another It is the ability In
' rmiriliiy utter day, lucntli after niunlli, year after year with n minimum
of care uml expense. Heady for demonstration at
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE (&., LTD.,
Merchant Street, opp. Bishop Street'
Gleasw Talks Out
About Big Fight
meeting wan adjourned. You now
have tlic true story of tliu secret ses
sion and I believe tlio only story that
any one present has given out.
'Where the fight will tnko place If
.lack Olcason, one of'thc successful U comes to San I"rnnclsco or vlcln
light pimnoters on route to San l'ran-' lly. I ennuot al this lime state. One
Cisco, stopped r in uiucagu long iniitg i win say: me jmni win noi : ,8 mind In favor of Klckard. and
enough to talk tn the newspapermen take place at CuffrothVt nrenn. Let ' ini.n u Wn told Co.Tiotli tli.it he would
about tho details 'bf the IiIk match this place the Ho on those wlscnrrcs.'l 0Se out uml that the Nevada man
that ho will help to handle sa h (ho who, from New Voik. lime ctntcd po-J would get what he wanted.
m meiy inni u wimiii uo nr .. mere. ..Hrkard has no more to say
i Hill viun uiiij ijiiu ui nil; Hid. iiuaT
us S3 t-3 per cent of Hie profits. This
was done In order lo glvo them com
plete control, nnd so neither could
say that there was any plun to give
him the worst of It.
"Jeffries, ut first favored the C'of
itoiii-uirruon nut. Later lie cnangeri
C! lesson, It Is snld, was'nnt worried
over the icpoitu that the fight Is Axed,
a report that will cause 'no nirprlso In
San I'rnnclsco, ns Gleasou'was" nover
the chap to worry. It Is added! liow
ever. In tlio story, that (ileasou Is an
noyed and attributes the minors to
men who were tllsnniiolhtcil over their
fall urn to secure ,Iho match. ,
Olcason denies in toti). 'the charges
that ha keen made nnd Is quoted
, with having issued tho following In
Tlio men liayu signed up for a fair"
and square flghl nnd aro under on
mill whntover, not even to im.iko u
pretty mill for a few rounds for the
benefit of 'the pictures. They will
tight right fiom tho gong and If either
'of them can huud out Hie ten count
,ln the first' round It will bo, done,
f As far us tlio story of tho money
being Bpllt evenly .goes, I wnnt to say
that the purso will bu divided nceord
lug to tlio terms of articles which sti
pulate (hat 73' percent guns to (ho
winner. I do not bellcvu (hat Johnson
made any proposition to Jeff for u 50
per cent split."
"I read the m tides and tho one
serious objection to them was raised
by Jeffries, who did not want to agreo
not to light before tlio Fourth of July.
Wo'polutcd out the link Unit. the-pro-motors
weio ttiklug, mid, after listen
ing lo tho arguments, lie stillonlj
agreed to glvo In, When the urtlclei
were signed they were glen to the
nsl-cniblcd newspaper men and tlio
es they made, all of wlilc.i weie
wrong. Jim Coffroth has mi nioro to
do with the fight than Tom .MrCnrej'
or 1'ugti Mcintosh, The con st Is to
be held under the Mile nia.i.r.teiiicnr
of Tex U'.ekard and myself.
"Tho story that i double-crossed
Coffroth In uny manner Is absolutely
falfo and will bo denied by him. I
did enter n Iild with Coffroth. Ho 'had
made up his mind how much money
he wanted to bid and w"o ngrced to
that. At n late stage of the proceed
ing almost at the time tho bids were
opened, along camo ltlckard. He talk
ed of what ho was going to do, ami
1 saw that he had big Ideas and that
If I wanted to be In on the promoting
end I must enter a bid with him. I
did so, but he did not know what
Coffroth was prepared to offer. 1 was
on (ho square with Coffroth In tho
"Kor two weeks after I arrhed In
Now York I did not seo Cnffnith. Then
a meeting was suggested, and we got
together on a, proposition. When ltlc
kard arrived In New York, ho came to
mo with u proposition. It was the
biggest of nil submitted, mid I wauled
to bo In. Ho I told Coffiotli, and ho
agiecd 0n I could go ahead. Cif
fiiilh know that I was bidding with
lllckuid, and Tex knew about my bid
"Wo arranged to glvo tho lighters
100 per cent of the moving pictures
where the light will bu, held than 1.
We are equal p-irtnera, lie will i,top
off In Salt l.ako and look over the
field, and then come to Sail Kraucixce.
Nothing will be decided until the en
tiro situation has been canvassed.
"I am .kick ami tired of this talk
about something fixed In this fight
Everything, we did w-ns uM!ti und
nbove ln'.ihl. If an) thing In the
match savored of anything, wrong I
would drop It like a hot coal. I don't
enro enough about money to handle i
project of Hint kind."
(llcason says nlso that Jeffries wart
ed a chance to light before the Four lb
of July. According to Jeffries' prcsijit
plans ho will reach here about the
middle of January and proceed nt.onct
to I.im Angeles, where ho will com
mence light training.
Asked about tho flory that Johnson
has ilcmundcd two Judges in addition
in tho referee, one of them to bu n
eoloicil man, Cileason snld:
"No such arrangement was made
nccoidlng lo the articles, nnd It would
not bo allowed. The articles stale
that the referee Is to be delected sixty
days before the flghl. If the tun
fighters cannot agree iiixin a' man.
each Is to name two acceptable men,
mid from tho four ltlckard uml my
tclf will sulert a man lo ncli"
185 editorial room JJftf; but'
nejs office. Theta are the telephone
with the understandluK Hint they glvol ni ih mitutln nffle
' SOME PENN AND CORNELL GLADIATORS
YAV.JL-W'Tl" I V 'ill' ta-W w-r:! I
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li) We Have It In (Mission,
Ideal and Standard
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
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11 in ..i,i r I
! Hard To Pick Sure
Winners At Boxing
"You can't dope lighters," says nil
old sporting nihige.
Hut there Is no law against try
ing," nrgues the student of things
pugilistic when the warning Is re
I'or the benefit of tho newest ot
Hie new umong boxing fans It may
be mentioned that it Isn't the claim
that the men of the ring are Immune
against knoyiomt drops or other con
toctlolis that medicine people to
sleep. What Is meant Is that you
cin't get n reliable line on a pair or
prospect he opponents by noting the
way each of them has pcrformeil
with the other men of their class.
Vrlie ring foim Is full of contradic
tions. Jack beats 11 II I. Illll pulver
izes Tom and Tom turns loimd nod
mnkes Jnck look like n faimcr's lad
nays W. W. Naiighton.
Hut, as the student sas, trjlng
ll "flguio" Is no crime, mid so tho
good work of comparing past pcr
formnnces and making deductions .
goes right along.
It Is evident, even thus early, thai
there will be plenty of midnight nil
burning over live Jeffrles-Johiuon
prospect. The writer was piesent nt
one gnbfcsi the other day when a
Queeiisberry first-nighter remarked.
",lui,t think of the things Jack John
i.oii would have done to Tom Shar
key, yet Sharkey gave Jeffries more
trouble than nil the lest."
There's food for thought, all right.
Bhnrkoy's two lights with Ienrles
were certainly the bitterest experi
ences of (the hnllcrmnkcr's enreer,
and if. ns very many hold, Sharkey
In his hcjdny was jm better than
Tommy llurns, If Indeed quite ns
good. It certainly seems ns though
Iiihiivoii would huvo handled Shnr
J.ey In a workman-like manner.
V Never thought of thut," said one
who listened, nnd fiom tho quiet
that prevailed It looked as though
with Sharkey us tho basts of are'ii
nient the whole Jeffilcs-Jolinson
(liiestlou had been kcttlcd months In
"Hut hold mi" chipped In another.
"Sharkey certainly made Jeffries ex
tend lilmseir(lo the last ounce, but
think or what l-'Itzslmmons did t
Sharkey and of vvluit Jeffries did to
That saved the day nnd brought
jihcin baeit to the old contention
Jilt can't dope lighters.
it n ::
There will bo no team of athletes
lent from Hugtnnd by the A. A. 'A.
in Athens noxt spring to compclo '
In tho International games says an
"In common with other governing
bodies, the A. A. A. looks upon tho
1911' games as their noxt interna
lional struggle, and 119 circumstances
will not permit of (Jreat Ilrltaln be
ing adequately represented In world's ' .
'hiiinpotishlpH every alternate year ''
they hnve no alternative but to re
gretfully decline uny invitation to
get n (cum together. If this may''
I'ipcar an unfortunate decision from
U10 standpoint of International sport; '
It Is n thoroughly sound position that )
Hint the A. A. A. tukes up. Th'oy,
tannot ask nn uthlcto to neglect hla
liiidlness year after year for the' pur'
pofo of participating In sport.
"Tho nverngo runner cannot s.ic
rlllco hlpisoif to spnit ami at' tint
biimo lime mnlntalii In Its Integrity
his nmatciir Mains." There nio
(loiihtlesa some nlhlotes who could
spam tlivflmo lo go, but there I
very Utile to be said In f.nor ot
tending an unrepresentative team or
even one (,r two nthletes of excep
llonnl ability for such events ns tho'
Mnrnthon. Last ear's Olymplau '
bhuwed up tho strength of'lntorna
tlonal rivalry, nnd If any particular-
ly brilliant performers rvenl thorn-'
solves next e.ir It would b,., mm it
Mtliiff to let them visit, say. o,
nada or Sweden for tho champion- "
ships there, whore they may ,.0I11.
lelo iib liullvltlu.il unite, tlun wmi
am.re.hti few ol uam,tn .tiieii,"
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