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AT POPULAR TRICES
Taney Neckwear. " Taney Handkerchiefs.
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
- Shaving Sets.. Collar sad -Jewelry Boxes.
Fancy Ribbons. Fancy Silk Shawls.
Far.cv Su3p:nder .,
And every thine; in .the way of weariwr apparel. .'"
YEE CHAN & GO.,
Cor. King and Bethel Sis., Hoaolslu.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Wo are going away the first day of January, and ,aU our goods
must be sold regardless of cost. Here are some of our special prices:
Kceular $15.00 Egyptian Silver Shawls for S9.50."
Regular $65.00 Algerian Silk Rugs for $32 00 (size 0x5 feet)
' Regular $8.50 Silk Kimonc3 fo; ?4 60 and $5.00.
Regular $15.00 Silk Lining Dirc:toire Sleeves Silk Kimonos,
Rcgulnr $3.00 French Crepe Xltnonos for $1.75.
Regular $12.00 Embroidered French Pongee Dress Patterns, for
SG.00 (very special).
Wc have other bargains in Mexican Drawn Work. Cluny and Bat.
, ienberg Pieces, and in hundreds of other articles too numerous to
COME EARLY AND GET THE BEST
PARISIAN ART COMPANY,
If desired, wc will deliver goods in ,-""
. PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES 1
( By Special Messenger Service. '
.T ? Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Wines and TJnnora.
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness. Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
ties; Among the articles that we are showing ars dress
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made easy when you see this display. We
invite you to call.
041 Nuuanu St.
People who are
who use the most intemperate language. In answer to a letter
recently written by one of these, "Harper's Weekly," the great
American newspaper, replied as -follows:
"Harper's Weekly is by no rneans as much oppsed to,beer as.you
arc; It believes that pure beer, properly made and aired, is.aimuch less '
hurtful beverage for the common run it people than spirits ot any kind. "
We think of beer as an article pt diet; you. seem ta think tif it only as an
article of riot. Of course it is more dangerous, than bread .or cheese, or
even than meat, but it is not the hcrror that ,you think it is. We have
We have always favored the army canteen where beer and light wines
were sold in limited quantities as being far less destructive than the. bad
drinks that soldiers have been getting in bad places, since people who
feel as you do got the canteen closed. The results of that action -has
ben to give our army the worst hospital record of any(civiliaed:anny,in
. the world. -Editor."
While the views of the editor of "Harper's Weekly" are net
entirely our own they undoubtedly represent the sarte views of a
When it comes to good beer there, is strength and healrh
in every drop and not a bit of harm in a barrel; The beer to
drink in Hawaii is '
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known, intimately, persons who drank a little beer at times,-who -did not
seem to be useless. We do not recommend beer as a beverage to any
body. The doctors do, sometimes ;that is their office, not ours. "But we
think that for the common run of people who, are not abstaines a. little
beer is a safcr.drink than a little whiskey, and a great -deal of beer
somewhat less dangerous and .destructive than a great deal ot whiskey.
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How Hayes -Won
it miles King 25:42
10 miles King GIUM)
lfi milesConnolly ....1:20:00
20 miles llnycs . U40:00
lift miles Hayes 2:19:09
Wnlsh ltuycs . . . .
2 : U C : 0 4 3-G
Jolihnv Hayes uroved the winner i
of the Alarathon race held nttttio
Ocean Shoro Grounds yesteruny ai- soaked with perspiration, hut no
tcmoon Bays, the Bxumlncr, nnd tho wore tho; buiuo half-amused oxpros
tlmo announced hy t'ho'olrklal tlm- blon .on his faco tlitit had comforted
era. was 2 houis 2G minutes and 4
2-S seconds. Jimmy Fitsgernld, tho
Uanndlun runner, look second place,
halt a mile behind Hayes, and trail-.
Ing In for third place, came Con Con
nolly, the hope- of tho local enthu
It was a 'great race and kept tho
crowd of OHO' spectators interested
from start to -finish,, but the won-
derful tinges madoloft.a doubt In
the minds (of those .'familiar wun
track recordi as whether, the dls-
tonce was all It was supposed to be.
After tlm men nn unofflclal measurct
went ovor ,tho track and 'fnuidlt to
bo 80 y.irdsshOrt to tho mlfc, which
woud mako tho full distance. oftha
race over a mllo less than 'tho Mara
thon dlstanco' of 2C miles and 385
It ls,t pity that the courso was not
properly measured. Hayes 'could
havo completed the full dlstanco yes
terday and hung' up a 'mark, -that
would liuvo beaten the record, as he
had plenty ot time to spare nnd his
condition at the finish-wax such that
he appeared good ,Jor any further
distance which he might have been
called upon to run.
Haves Showed Stamina.
The man who won .tho Olympic
Murauion in umapn at tno painc3jof the flgntinB Irish blood in lilm.
ueiii ineru in me summer OI ivus
gave San Franciscans their) first
sample of what a hlgh-claBs Mara
thon runner Is. He1 showed good
liendwork. His stamina was pheno
menal and the local enthusiasts who
pinned .their faith .to Con Connolly
their man im , nnH . in ih
...., (..Mi, wiitu iiiiu ubuiil in ins
lato stages ot the race and ever.tu'-.
man time nnd again In the
time talking teLmr
are usually people
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tilly end lho long grind more I linn
n mile ahead of the 'best known ot
Ihe local rilnnors.- '
Hayes has wonderful leg power.
His stride Is almost perfect and In
Bplto of his Miort legs lie Is a Bhort
, man ho nets over n good' deal c
ground cery tlnio ho swings ins
stubby legs forward. There wag not
n moment thrnnchtitit thn lbnir trlat
of endurance that llnycs show.cd'h'
sign of being tired.
.when h nnlshcd his hair was
matted ;ahd his r,unnl.ng clothes wore-
his hackers nil through tho two
hours and n hair ot running.
Carried Off the Course.
Prom his lips piotruded n squill
toothpick, which ho hold between
his teeth from stnrt to Mulsh of tho
race, and there was not a spectator
on the' ground who did not at homo
me durnK the contest remark on
th,a Btrango BUbstltuto for chewing
m Whcn 'tho Ixindon winner nn-
shcil lho ,,i,onomounl sprint which
carrlC(j nm Mroun, the last two laps
nt quaftcr-mllo gnlt tho crowd
surged on tho field, lifted him shoiil.-der-hlgh
and carried him In triumph,
to the, dressing 'room,
With two more laps to go when
tho winner' finished Jimmy rltzgcr-.
aid, the Canadian runner, plugged
ulong and took second placo. -The
spectators, packed along the truck
with only, running space left clear,
waited for the final lap of Con Con
nolly, nnd gayo'.tlio plucky Irish,
runner a choer as, he flnshcd tho
Connolly Is not the man he was.
For sixteen, miles he ran with tho
strength nnd stylo that have won
him bo 'nia!Ywr?csnt all distances
hereabouts, "but when ho started to
jsag he sagged all oyer, and In splto
.which would not let him givo up, ho
could not muster the strength to hold
on to' his younger rival.
Connolly Too Old.
Iri tho last three miles ho was so
much fatigued that Fltigcrald had
' cal "" w8 n Srcat runner In his
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and Connolly Has passed the ngo.
when Improvement censes and dctc
rloratlon sets In.
The'nfternoon's sport hnd a- decid
ed Irish flavor to It. Hayes, tho
American runner who wouho rate,
takes prido In his Irish ancestry.
Connolly Is u native of tho Emerald
Isle; Fltzgeald can hardly deny his
name, though lie woro the llrlln
(lag as a native ot Canada, and Klng
although a soldier n Uncle Sam's
army, never runs "without Bomo
gi'.'i'U In his costumo' lo show whero
his .forbears had their birth.
Tim McOrulii, tho. pronuitcr, Is lho
most enthusiastic Irishman on Ta
fclflc triiel,-'"and with Mayor-elect
McCarthy 'shooting1 the starting pis-'
lol the Cetlc plcturo was complete.
King'Made the Pace. '
"Soldier King was tho fourth 'man
In tlio'rnco and tho military man im
'dulged 'his fancy for making tho'
! paco by loading most of tho way for
'fifteen miles. Fitzgerald'
:et out In ''front when tho
sont off. but tho local run-
'AeTBRU' oh to him bo .well that ho.
could not mako any ground and tho
first mlo was covered In '4:50,,wlth
Connolly In front.
King took tho lead at the end of,
the second' mile, but while lho band
wn niliivliii? 'Mm "Wnitrlnir tiT the
rgrcen'' In honor (if tho soldlor, Fltz
j gorald started n sprint unit took tho
j:lcad away 'from King. Klfzgorald
,'ead form lap or two nml then King
djVv'eiit oUt in front und 'grnduully
,'uruw uway 'rrom me uuncn.. v;on-
'Jj'.nolly passed 'tho Kastornors and fol-
.,ioweu 'King, -wnno iinycs uroppeu
liback, 'evidently content 'With tho
j paco ho was making.
I lu '.the sixth mllo King lapped'
dluycH nml In flie -next mile ho pass
,cd Vltzgorald. Connolly caught
'lluyoa und Kltzgenild 'Just boforo tho
completion of tho nlghth mllo anil,
,the three ran together, King being
n hundred yards 'ahead. This 'order
was maintained until tho 'eleventh
mile, when Hayes 'tried Connolly,
nit '.with 'a few woll-timed sprints.
' Tho local muii was still full of
running ami held on, but the' con
tinued .tests between .(ho men wlo
woro .reckoned us the real contend-i
crs brought them up clo38',to"KIPg. ,
At this stage of tho game King
was beginning to ;shpw tho. slgna ot
fatlguo, which finally caused him to
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drop out ot the race, nnd the spec
tators' were wnlcrllng Contiolty and
llnves. who were running together,
tho locnl man having an
of ono lap on his opponent.
Kerald' was -tunning lame,
hnvlne' str'uck ono .of' tho wooden ,
stakes which marked tho Inside of, llHAppy tACK WALKER," fun
the track, nhfl there wCrd few who ...maJ: mja- bXa .i'miM
considered Kim a cqntqrider n't this ''fSnf'"' a"d MIS3
stage of the game. JEANNETE.C00PEII"
Tho trouble with 'tho Canadian , Monday and Tuesday
runner .nowevcr, was a uiiuhh
fobt and when he stopped In tho
rn..rtMntl. nit nn.l rhniilro.l his
shoe his chances wore considered so
slim that one of tho spectators rais
ed n laugh by calling to him, "You'll
have' to hurry,"
Tho change In his footgear lost lho
Canadian, two laps, but when ho got
oh the track again he "showed n ij,1
of speed nnd carWcd n cheer Willi
him ull nioiind lho ring as ho gntnot
ly sprinted dint crept ttp on bin ad
versaries. Connolly Finally'. Weakens.
In 'tho ftiurtecTith mllo Connolly
nnd Hayes .HrcWllcad of Kins' ,nnd
it was evident 'tnat'tho soldier 'had
shot his li'Mt. , ''tot'jfgcrald kept up
hla faBtljiceind"rckiilncil one of tho
laM'hV fy had' loot and went out
alitfad'ofltho oTi'4rs In nn Cndenvor
Al)6'ut' this 'time, Hayes began lo
Mirl'nt nt Intervals, but could not
shako- Connolfy, who was tenaciously
liCTdlilg' onto hls,ond lap load. When
Connolly 'had completed' his sixtcqnlh
mllo Hayes made another effort and
this .time the locnl mini railed to
respond. Tho winner of tho Umdon
Marathon drew nway from Connol
ly and the sprint was Ihu begin
ning of lho 'Knstcrncr' Kept up his
tteady clip whllo Connolly willed,
hutV at 'seventeenth miles and n half
Hayes got n big cheer from tho
crowd as" ho .ennght Connolly ami
placed himself 6n even terms wltn
his rival. .
Hayes sprinted again and Connol-.
ly fHciC'lo 'rfaponil. Kllzgcrnld,
however, r'ollo"tve' the fast clip of
the1 tondoV'Mn'iplon, and lu turn
ing 'the cur,ncr"fcll heavily In tho
groUnil. 'neJufnpod to his feet Ini
m'e'dlkloly'llndeiit on after his op-
vp'6n'cht. H'nj'cs 'Vrtlpcd Connoliy In
...- 'i.AlNt i lti a.,.1 nr nti-lilrnn
miles and n half and In tho middle
of A'10 twentieth mile llayca gnin
cd another lap on Connolly.
Hayes Sprints at End.
With nineteen miles und a halt
under his belt King decided to gel
out of tho race, Hayes being then n
riillo and a half ahead of him. From
this point It was only n question
of how far Hayes would win.
In tho twenty-first mllo llnycs
again lapped Connolly and in tue
iwcnty'rsocond ho jut. a second lap
between himself oiW 'Fitzgerald. In
the tweni'-thlrd mllo Hayes made 'It
four laps fon .Connolly. In ihe tweu-ly-foiirtlHho
made it five nnd In the
twenty-fifth he passed tlo locul man
for tho sixth time.
Then camo the finish.
llayes was running ,bo strongly
that thoVo seemed np 'possibility or
' .. .' . ' . - .,. , r l.n
nnytning cnanging mu rraun ui
raco, but .there wcro few who rcal
lied tho amount of reserve which t"li
youngster had left. In tho filial mill
ho Overtook Connolly for the last
(Imo and '"playfully palled tho veto
Van oh lho hack as lio 'speeded 'past..
iWlth two lnps to go Hayes showed
his metilo by sprinting arid tho con
course of spectators went wild ns ho
dashed around tho track ind Qnlsh-
cd'tho ulotted dlstanco apparently
full of run and certainly not dis
The 'crowd had broken through thp
lopes and tho cordon of pollco nnd
swarmed over Ihe.trnCliyiind the In
r.lila iuclohure. It was only by main
force, Unit tho pnllqo (jould clear the
norroWest of ,paths for J""ltziicrald
and .Connolly to comptcta tho re
Pmious Records in
the Marathon Race
Tho fastest times mado'ovcr tho
Marathon dlstanco nro:
.(ilenrl' fct.'Yvos. '2 hours 31 mill
itteH iin'd 33 second, oVer tho samo
cburso on whrh lho Marathon rnco
was held In London In 1908. This
was a trial, not a rnco.
Mulonoy, In tho Yonkers Mara
thon raco, 2 hours 3C minutes 30
St. 'Yves, In 'the Marnthon Derby
on tho Polo RrouniU lu 'New York,
'.' hours '40 minutes SO 2-S seconds
Dornndn, In amo race, 2 hours 40
minutes 37 eceonds.
llnycs; in samo rnco, 2 Jiours 4!)'
niliiutcs 27 seconds, llnycs run uno.
u -tt n
Two Soccer Games ,
For Ghrlstmas Day
Tomorrow afternoon nt the league
grounds there will bo two kiiiuos of
toccer, nrid both promlte to bo goqd
ones. lu t!i(i .first .ntniKKle tio Iron
W'rkB (Hid .the UIbIi ScHool will
meet, and tho kccoiu'i spasui .will bo
betwocn tlio riuiahoiis (nd M'alles.
Play will iturt at. t:30 o'clock,
and by ,that time there should be a
falr-?lzed crowd ,ot spcctuto'ra pres
ent. Punajiou nnd Mnilea uro loail
IllS In. yio r.oiiipetlllon, ulnl whtqh
.e.vor 1,011111 wlnsjomorrow will I'al.o
tho lead lu thp series.
Jr'ho .Puuahous nro playing' i;ood
.toccer football, apd although tho
Matles appear to bo tho 'favorites an
far ns chaiices of wliiulne go, iiie
Puns should mako them extend
1 AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. t
ig together, . j
c, his ankle Nnnanu and Paualli Str:ets. I
n . B.
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CHRISTMAS WEEK BILL
Written especially for the occasion
HAPPY JACK WALKER
Wednesday and Thursday
Friday and'Sntnrday .
THE INDIAN'S REVENGE
ARRIVAL OF SANTA CLATIS
Prices Children, 5 cents; Adult3,
10 find 15 cents.
Fun. Makers. ,
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
And the Best Products of the Camera
From All Parts of the World.
EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK
Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
TAKE YOUR AUTOMOBILE TO
' .THIS WEEK
AND GET YOUR DINNER THERE.
AND OTHER' PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
150 Hotel, St. Phone 218.
TUNING GUARANTEED. .
For December. ,
EERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bide;. Fort' St.
themselves n lot boforo thev ,wlu tho
Tim boys from tho II. I V. iiiu'ro
Iiik to do lhliiK loniuriiiir, mi, I tlio t
IIIrIi Bchool will bo up UKaiust a
strons bunch ot players. Tlio Iron
Workers nro very popular with tlio i
fans and tho players "nru always i
cheered on to victory by tho men
who crowd tho sldo lines.
It IioIiik ii holiday tomorrow,' n
lnrfio crowd Is expected to travel
out to tho leuitue grounds und Uiko
In tho' Kiuncs, OiiIhIiIv of the Y. M.
C, A. tenuis tournament tlio Hocceri
Camesvlll lie nil thn sport ilolnt: to-,
morrow, anil cousoqucntl) tho us
t'al bunch of fans will Inivn to dn
something to aniiiso tlioiusolveH,
and tho football should 'thcreforo ho
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A SAFE STIMULANT
A 'GOOD MEDICINE
For sale by
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a dt'tuc flif R
ft I I I III Ltt 8 L I 1
Prices all 'usual. -'
' 10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
Fort Street Below Eeretania
J. A. C. vs. DIAMOND HEADS ,'
SUNDAY, DEC. 20, 3:30 P. M. .
First Meeting of Major and'
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukul St., near Nuuanu.
Oncn every nicht except Monday
Good Music by Kawnihau Glee Club.
x.xccncr.t iiuor aintiiKciucui.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Soaps For Sale
Bungalow and choice lot,
College Hills .'.? 3,100.00
Bungalow and lot, Kaimu-
ki (just completed). 12,750.00
Cottage and lot, Liliha ,
House and lot, Kalihl .. . '2,700.00
Manoa Valley, traot about
110 acres .812,000.00
Manoa Valley, tract about
43 acres 4,300.00
Com land, Kamaolc Maul
about 17 acres 700.00
Beach homes beyond Diamond
Head, Romahaic location and good
David A. Dowsett
For further particulars inquire ot
Real Estate Insurance Loans
0aicc203 Judd Bldg. Tel.- 055
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jutl oppoilto Hold St. Fnndt
European Plan JS1.B0 a day up
American Plan $3,00 a day up
Steel and' brick structure, furnish,
i ugs cost $200,000.- High class hotel
at moderate rates. Ccnterof theatre
.(erring allover city. Omnibus meeti
all trains and steamers. ' Send for
booklet' with'map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stcwartf'noW Recognized as
address, "Trawets." A BjC Code.
HOTEL STEW kT
' 1129 FortSt.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
'BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 187.
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- AMERICAN DRY GOODS
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