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nVKNINQ DUM.ET1N, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, DISC. 21, 1909.
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
4 Days more
We are doing the largest holiday business in our history,
and are fully prepared to handle the crowds that will throng
our store this week.
Including Bowls, Water Bottles
mid Jurs, Vases, .ppLcs, Sdooii-
Holders, Olive and Ice Cream Dishes,
VincRAr Bottles, SuRnr and Cream
' Sets, Punch Bowls, etc., etc.
The best value ever offered for
COLT'S 25-CAL. AUTOMATIC
Will tro in the vest pocket. The
latest in firearms.
Finest Line of
In Sets cr Single Pairs.
IaL.. STILETTO AND
K. K. POCKET KNIVES
Niikcl-Flatcd Ware in
FLAGONS, SPOONS, TORKS.
K. K. TOOL CABINETS
Bor oak case, containing
liielicst-Ritide, (urrentccd tools.
K. K. TOOL CABINETS
Ccntnininir 21 highest p,rade,
HANDY HOUSEHOLD KITS
Containing tools and everything
handy nbout the home; DS item1).
JARDINIERES AND PEDESTALS
In all the new color effects, in
Brown, Dark Green and Ivory.
Buy a useful Christinas present
that will last a lifetime.
WILCOX & GIBBS
AUTOMATIC SEWINO MACHINE
Our stock is six times larger than
former seasons. Every, item has
been selected, with great care to
avoid duplicates, and includes
COALPORT, MINTON, LIMOOES,
HAVIIAND. AUSTRIAN AND GER
ELECTRIC READING LAMPS
No two alike; complete with the
latest designs in colored glass
UiaJes; very lundscice.
SKERW1N WILLIAMS STENCIL
For stenciling Cushions, Window
SET "BM $1.00
SET "A" $1.50
CHILDREN'S GARDEN SETS
LADIES' OARDEN SETS
The machine that stands the wear.
SANDOW GRIP DUMB-BELLS
Tor men, women and children
the best exercise yet.
Gillette. Enderi, Auto Strap,
GUNS, FISHING TACKLE,
of all descriptions.
Bill Parks Talks iWcll-Known Catcher
Of Stan. Ketchell Breaks His Leg
Stories Hint Stanley Kotchol has Jnclt IIIIhs, catcher for Uio St.
.,.. ,i i.i.iinuriKiit iilvlilon l.oul CnrillnnlM. HiilTercil n tiihiiioiinil
, , ..,,, comminuted fractiiru of tho right IcR i
mm ncicnn.-r win on." " ... Just llb()V0 10 nllkl(, nt st()ckton,
heavyweights h.u'atnrti'iUhe regular ,, j5mc,,ur , n the fourth In-IGS-iiouinleis
with the hii7.zlng of the nnB ()f th0 Knmo between the Na
ehiiiniloiishli liee In their bonnets tloniils and tho Athlctlm. 1-Mrst and
Chief anion U. I. WtHUm Popke tonwle nml Illl
nf KnwnllCtf. III.. Will) lllre.llly has
onco and loKlUB inrco nines. l' Ilm IUKS Htniled for second on thu
imssod tliimtgli whcrro lew ,irow , u Wll ,8 Intention to
iiro and was ashed to make a Mate- hp ,Jlt HUllK,llly ,10
metit of the slli.at on for the pub Ic c,,nnBC1 1l8 1,,1(, ,, (lr,vlng ,,,.,
as he sees It. This is what he die- 1(,H nU) t,)() Broml(1 pame ()
,utcl,: . 'stop. Ho fell with a groan, both
When asked for nn cxptessrtin ot boncg of h,8 rght ,CR glnpI)g nnd
opinion on the middleweight slum-,)TOtnll,lng tmough the nesli. Dr.
Hon and what I thought tho weight ,rn U(W WMcnle,, from the spec
should be nnd nt what fignro t has taion ani, ,, IlH(1 1H8a rcnioved to
been and how I figured that Stanley jst j()g01,M.s iiaitnl. where ho will
Kclchel won It mid lost It and wno hnvo . ,,., ,. ., ,,m
lias it now, 1 mil 11 1 a was 10 uuswui
hit Into right field and Mitchell
started from second to home. A play
ICclrliel four times. wlnnliiK I mm,e at (le )In,u f((r Mcllc)lj
ml losing thrco times. I'apho jnn( ,u,kh HtulU.(, fr ecoml ,
Jack Miss, the catcher of tho All-
the nucstloiis In a few words. Thcre-
Mio If I may be permitted a little Nat()mil ,cnm, whch ,,., heea Iay.
space I will outline my opinions as ,K , tl)i) ,,,, for tll0 pagt nve
brlclly as possible. weeks, and who nnfortiinatcly sur-
First of all let me say that, while fcrC( n hrokta ,e(; , 10 Ba)110 al
I reR.-irded Stanley Kctchcl as n s,,lcl(l()11 jesterdny, Is well known
Rival iig.nei one 01 ii.o ye., , UnFl.hnM , , ,ho ny
Kreatest. in f.iet 1 must say that ,,,.,., ,,, ,.,., ., ,,
his claim to tho middleweight title
ALL & SON, Ltd,
The Busiest Store on "Honolulu's Busiest Street"
inner was pin tlcularly well placed
since, in the hist few months and in
fact since I came Into tho field, he
has failed utterly to niako the wclRht
This weight limit I plnco nt IBS
IIIIsm first cann.' Into promlnenro
ns catcher of the I'nlverslty of Call
lornln team in the days when H"
nnd Heine llcltmiillcr formed the
battery for the Stnte University.
WJien "his college ilnjH were over
HIIfcK signed up nn catcher of the Oak
land team of the Pacific Coast Lcn
pounds ni mo ringsiuo u ou aro 10 K,ln. Whlle ho was with his team,
ngnt ror uio ciiampionsnip. ... 8icnt ...,, .., niontha ng .-.p..
And why not? I hae been ndvls. . ,. irnivcrsltv nf Hnllfomln nine.
oil to make it lower, that tho .real 1 .. ........ .vmi . nnUlnni, ,pnm
limit should he 104 pounds and all1,,,,,.,..,, Ihc nttentloii of tho big
that, cltliiR Jutk Oempsoy's flguies, ,., gcollt. anJ ,..,. wfl9 ,.,
up to go to St. Louis in, tho spring
of inns. Although ho has not been
etc. Hut like most of the
weights, the limit has been
In recent )ears until it looks as It ,13ei, ln'tlch ,,y , ,,,B lea(,ue tcalll
on account of tho fnct that Itoger
ir,S pounds would bo made tho
HtlllKlunl llgllies. ' llresnillinn iln..s moat nf thn rnlolilnir
Hut I think If a man clulms to bo for (lle Car,inai3, miss has proved
11 middleweight Ir. should light nt ,nisclf a worthy substitute for tho
that figure. former Olnnt nnd In tho gnmes In
lly ngh.tliiB.nt that llgure I mean ttllch ho hag 1)0en onKaKe( haa
hu should miter the ring weighing thown Cninrkable nblllty for a
110 moro than that mid not base his jotlng catcher.
claims 011 a wclghl made several , wllcll' Manager llancroft was so
hours bcfoi'e lighting lime, during octnir his All-Nntlonal tenm to nmkn
n tour of the con-it, IHUs, being n
Ccast And Local
lomliiR ji-.ir than.nouneeil Increased output of estab
lished mumifiietuieis. A parts film-
'I'g.i nf ens this
a t ' V i-nlli-.l on over n sroro ot ino will in 11 l.iigo measure
AUlO JNCWS dealers In largo cities nnd through tome or this expected car output In-
Ilicni orllled the icports of splendid crenso.
Mr. Junics Councils, secretary and crops and Rood pi Ices. Whero tlio' "The larger dealers appreciate this
tiPiibUier, nnd Mr. N. A. H.twMnc i-mp la nt all lestrlcted, as for In- nnd :'ilo pieiiailiiR for It by ordering
(Oiiimeiclul nmnagor of the 1'oril stance, thu cotton eiop In Tcxns, tho (.ars for stock In anticipation of no
Motor Company, have Just loniplot- hj;h 'pri.o offkets it. Theio Is muro tunl sales. All trirough the winter
ed a four weeks' business trip automobile money In sight light now them dealers will bo lereivlng cms.
tliiougli the South and West nnd io- thnn ever befoie. This Is fililher The shortnges of past, ycats hnvo
It-iiiing to IMiolt mo very entl.u- lonllrnied by our sale3 sheets, Our taught thorn v.iluablo leskou. Those
ulantlc nbout J U 1 0 prospects. Mr. dealeis luive already closed up for urn thn dealers who will pro lit by
Hawkins Bays: ID. .100 cars for 1910. tho big 1010 demand, while tho
"It will bo Hie biggest nutmnnblle "This menus a uir shortage for de.iler who endeavois to ciowd his
Ji-m- by fur that this count y his next jenr nt leii.it ritual to that of outers into two or three spilng
had. mid I shall be very much sur- liny pi n limn e.ir In spite of tho now uionthu Is roIiir to feel the shoit-
pilled if tlu-io Isn't a worse stioit- rompnnlcs In the field and tho 1111- age."
which hours ho may hnvo had
ehnnco to tnke on seven or eight .milrninlnn. wna nn nr hn n,.i mn
pounds. chosen on tho team, nnd In over)'
Let me go buck over my battles 'Kluno tnat j10 mg participated In
with Sliinley Ketehel and tell tboihIlle i, nrrva California, the
public exactly the truth about tliu yaimeater has made good, nnd tho
weights t.it we made. iC!,i fllIlg Iiavo neen nlcl to notco
At Mllwaiikei) 11 enr ngo lust'thc Improvenient In his work Blnco
June, wnen 1 nrsi mei mm, wo ilc j0e, (10 ,)te eaBU0 tompnny.
wciRiieu in 111 ioh .pniiims 111 :i Tho tolegruph icports Indlcuto
o'clock, or seen liours befoie start- tlita tho fracturo of tho popular
iiih uiu until I catcher's leg Is n bad one, but nil
uio louowing bcpienmer. wlicn I basclmll followers nre hopliiR that it
knocked him out In I-os Angeles, wejg not of a nnturo serious enough to
made the same weight,. but because put an end to tho piomisliiR career
11 was an niieiiioun llgni we weigh- r Jllcl. ,g8i ,), rntchcr.
in in nnir nours ncroro ringside..
'i'lio same conditions prevailed in
both of our other contests, there be-
When Hugo Kelly, to whom was
(.auto 11 was an urternoon fight we conteileil the mlddlewolght honors
wolgiieil In four hours before ring- when I boxed him In Milwaukee,
k'c'c. matched with, me he, ns champion,
Tho samo conditions prcvnllcd In Insisted upon a ringside weight,
both of our other contests, thero bo-, That's whut wo ninde In Milwaukee,
lug In each case a lapse of four, too IBS pounds Just a few minutes
bonis between the scales and tho befoie stinting tho scrap. The scales
,,nB' wero brought right Into the ring nnd
Anil Kctchcl novor has made tho morybody could beo us weighed,
renl weight, 158 pounds at tho ring- As for the possession of tho title
side, since the public conceded him today, I insist that tho right way to
the championship, a champion, In do is to toss It Into tho arena lries
fni't, who cannot, or will not, make pectlvo of Ketehol's old clnlms to It,
tho limit of his class! Inj it leai nilddlewelghts battlo for
Mind Mm. this Is not disparaging It, Ketehel If he Is willing to do tho
Kctcliul'H lighting ability. I 11m weight, or nnjbndy e!so lorognlzod
speaking now solely of his icfusul to ns having n chance fur the hoiiom.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
A new line of
INDIES, MISSES and
Ladies' Long Sweater Coats, $9.50
Ladies' Coat Sweaters, from $2.25
Misses and Children's
Sweaters, from - - $1.50
If You Don't Know
That dur todu are the best to be had in thr city, it
ii became you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince vou that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in ft class bv ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHL1EFF, Manager.
AT POPULAR PRICES
Fancy Neckwear. Fancy Handkerchiefs.
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Shavinp; Sets. Collar nnd Jewelry Boxes.
Fancy Ribbons. Fancy Silk Shawls.
And everything in the way of wearing apparel.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel Sts., Honolulu.
LOWEST PRICES ON TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
102 '1 Nuuanu St.
E beg to advise the public that with the remodelling of our
establishment we are in, position to give spiecial attention to
the family trade. '"
All orders, when requested, will be delivered in sealed pack
ages by the Territorial Messenger Service without extra charge.
MAIi AND TELEPHONE ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
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