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EVEnINCI BULLETIN. HONOLULU, f. ., SATURDAY, FRD. 6, 1910.
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Certain lines to be en
tirely closed out, regard
less of cost. This will
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We have 100 SUITS, just
received by the s. s. Alameda,
consigned to us by our New
York agent; original cost, $12
each, and will be on sale to
clear at $9,50 per suit.
All at Slaughtering Prices
This Sale begins
at 8:00 a.m.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
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"Dearie Says He Was
Asked To Lose
Johnson says lie was offered a small
fortuno to throw his fight with Kctchol.
Ho may bo stating what la a fact or ho
may bo romancing. Tho one thins
mndo evident Is that ho can ho up
iiroached o:i Bitch a Bttbjcet without
being templed to cotmnlt murder. I
have litiowu a woild's champion or
two In iny tlmo that no ono would Uore
50 to with nny proposition of that
Hut mill this may nrp?r Btrango
In lcw of what ptocodea it I do not
think there Is enough money in tho
world to Influcnro Jack Johnson to
throw tho coming fight. Tho prldo
of raco Is too strong In Johnson. Ho
knows that there never was n negro
before him, no matter what his Btn-
'.m In llfo. who was such an Idol
imons coloied peoplo as ho Is at pres
ent. This In a way, will bo tho ultima
ihtiK' of heavyweight chaniplonshlps.
Thoio will ha mi challenges read at
tho llngtldo Iheio Is no man standing
u tho backgiomid who tho public con
siders Is jet to ho iccUoncit with. Tho
'I'm who wlnti In all probability, will
t Xi- cns.'Se In auoinor championship
To bd that man, nnd pnrllcularly In
Johnson's ctfc Is a rare distinction,
'tierces for Johnion, for that matter,
"lcins riclrd tiuult.v In umno seciions,
'jut that ' another ctoiy.
It Is nail that when Jchcnon won
from Kclchul a forojono conclusion
by tho way Mlfiilsrlppl steamboats
vera llej up nnd trains bereft of col
orc.l holp. Tlio extent of tho Jiibllla
ion uii-.ong tho mgrccs If Johnson
ivlm from .leffil-js Is n'niost too ynst
a thing fur tho mlnj to compiss.
Joltmon is tho only negro who over
lied n chancn to nttnln aush flstlc
heights, and I'll be hound th-.t In the
Matter of straight nil I deapornto fight
'ng he-will be found blct'i through and
Tho First Methodist Episcopal
Church, corner Iteretanlan avenuo nnd
Miller street. John T. Jones, pastor.
Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. II. H.
Motnlng worblilp, 11 n. m. Sermon
by tho pastor; subject, "Man's Su
Evening worthlp will begin' with n
song nnd praise Bcrvlce nt 7 o'clock,
which will bo under the direction cf
Miss Ethel Mayor,' president of the
At 7:30 n special service will bo
held for tho bos of tho fleet. Tho
Rev. Robert J. Burdotte, distinguished
as author, humorist and preacher, will
deliver tho address. This will bo an
opportunity to hear this gifted man
that many will never hnvo again
Don't' fall to hear him. The music will
bo furnished by tho Choral Socloty un
der the direction of Mr. I.co, Miss'
Agues Wlckstruin, organist. I
Prayer meeting, Wednesday eve
ning: subject, "The ChilBlinn and 'the
Sabbath," Mr. John M. Martin, loader.
All are most cordially invited to at
tend these service
For Mtlng, drinking and cooklnr
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
W "" lfl
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Ulblo School nt 9:50 Mr. Ed.
Men's League Illblo Class at 9:50
-The 'Origin nnd Moaning of tho
Lord's Supper, A Study of Mnrlc 14.
Under (ho direction of the Assistant
Morning Service nt 11 Commu
nion and Reception of New Mem
bers. Communion Message by the
Minister "All Wnltlhg for Mm."
Christian Endeavor nt G:30 Mr.
Livingston will conduct a 15 minute
song service, using the best hymns
of the Church Ilymnnl. Miss Flor
ence Yarrow will lead tho meeting
In tho Btudy of the topic "Tho
Model. Christian Endcnvorer." bv-
oryone whether members of tho so
ciety or not most cordially Invited.
Evening Service nt 7:30 Sormon
by the Assistant Minister. "Tno
All Beuts'nro rice tit Central Upton
nnd everyone most cordially welcomed.
Ittghtcnd U. 8. ftttot Cffie.
Breakfast Cocoa, l-2vlb,
.Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
Gentian Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Slt bj Ltadinf Orowti la Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MA55, V. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
When llaby was BlcK, we gave Uur
When she was a Child, she cried for
When Bho became Miss, sho clung to
When sho bad Children, she gavo thorn
jjefferies Hardest Fight
MAYOR DECLINES TO BE
PART OF PEARY SHOW
"Tho hardojt battle 1 eor had was
my second with Torn Shailtcy, which
went -5 rounds and was fought nt
I ho Couoy Island Athletic Club No
ember 3, lff.0. P.vo liicnlliu after I
HI win tho title ftcm Fltzslmmuns
.ii I ho snr.io clubj
'1 liijii'.od n:y left arm while traln
i.i. f for thU fight, im,l when 1 entered
the arena It wis weak. Wo had con
oei'lod this fact as '"III ns possible,
for tho lojion that he never employ
ed nny lyateni cf offense or dcfenic,
?ud to t lis tnnic e-.tcnt that It Is hahl
to deal with tho unexpected, so it
was ha.d to figure in advance what
SLarkey wouM do.
"Sharkey was a hard man to fight,
r.d I planned to do my fighting with
ny right Inn 1 entirely. In the heat
of tho fight. howocr, I forgot tho In
hiry and qs tho result of a few left
hand punches, lost tho uso of tho
nand !u tho fourth round.
"Howwer, .this In a measuro, while
It handicapped mo, and, I believe,
ptoventcd my knocking out Sharkey,
forced me, to depend upon my right,
which was lust tho thing to stop the
sailor In his furious rushes.
"In order to counteract and head o!I
Shntkoy's bull-like nih03 en I wild
swings, I planned to ke"p on lor oj
him, and this 1 succeeded !n doln?.
I met his rush'-T with right bm I
blows, forcing him to load nnd get
ting him nc ho canio In. I dovnted n
groat doal of attention to his body.
The public will naver'icallzo thn pun
Ishinent Sharkoy took for his method
of attack left IiIr body unprotcctel
ngalnst a ilght-hrnd blow. Thus
clicuir.ftance'. In a measuro, rinsed
by the injury to iny Kf t hin I, dictate 1
my battlo pel!cy.
"I mado no cxcit-as after tho fight
'nr not iciosklus out (llnrkey, bc
caitvj Hefercc Slier diclaral inn tho
wlnnor and crcuei wsra ant'nnoded.
"Sharioy wan wnnilorfu ly fast on
his feet and his charge wcio regular
sprints. Thla in u l;wo measuro off.
Mjt his lack of ecienco, Desplto the
Injury which .prevented my using my
loft nlwa)s my most effective hand,
I think I would hao knocked out
Shaikoy had my glove not come off.
This occurring Just after tho last
oiind opened, caused Slier to atop tho
'ght irtir ho failed to got tho glovo
in w han I. Whllo Sllor was thus
ensagod, Blnr'jey, urged by tho
Towd tried to get mo, but I drove
him off with my right and went to
"Sharky hit ma hard and often nnl
tho 10 000 who saw tho battla wero
encouraging him to . knpek mo out,
when as a matter of fact his punches
wo! not hurting mo. I wbb willing
nt all tlmei to tuko his heaviest blows
In or lor to gat a crack nt him with
"Sharkey was the toughest man I
ever met. Ho was ns tough ns hick
ory and could tako punishment with
out blinking. Fltzrlmmons hit mo
harder than any other man, but Up
could not tako tho gruelling Elnrkev
accepted. I lacked Bteam against
Hhrrkcy, ns tho heat genorntod by
tho overhead lights sapped my
Btrength and tho glaro frain tho can
vas floor hurt my oyes. In that fight
I broke two of Sharkey's ribs nnd
flenrgQ Sllor declared I outceneralod
him fioin ttart to finish."
3PniNaFIELD, Jan. 14. Mayor
Edward II. 'Ijithrop last night caused
a sensation nl l'io meeting or tno
Springfield ''fish nnd Qnmu Assocla- '
tlon. of which ho Is tiresldcut. by I
, . - - ,
stating that ho had declined to' pre
Eldo at tho leciuro and Introduce Com
mnnder Roboil K. 1'eary when tho
illtcoveicr of the .North Polo com:s
to, this city3 next Munday night. An
th6 mayor oxprotad It, ho refused to
bo "a part Jf tho Pea'jr Bide bIiow."
Ho said th'at klnco his election ns
mayor ho had discovered that every
body EcomoJ to hao tho lmpreirlo-.i
that It was! the major's duty to ol'dcl
ato at all V.lnds of functions 'and C
ovcry sh'e 'cbow that cotnos to tawu
After two weeks of It, he h.;d mads
up his mind that "It was time tor him
to look after Kd Uithruji.
"When" tlio manager of that man
Peary, who discovered the North 1'ola.
came to mo" t,a!d Mayor Lathrop,
"nnd asked mo to do the lioua.'S for
htm wh'n he came hero to lectitr"
I remeiiiberfd that 1'i-ary had de
clared thai ho would nut Ucturo In
nny city or luwn far leas than JlOCit,
whether ho hnd tiny audience, or not,
and I theif and thoro declared that 1
would not ba nny part tit tho Peary
ll My A
m p If
A Dr,I.I01ITrJIi J5EVESAQS
A EA?S SJIMtJLANT
A GOOD JIEWCINE
For snlc by
KCOOOKii 00., LTD.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
Jn Tans and -Clock
Regular 85c. Values
If You Don't Know
That our sodu are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them., A trial case will
convince you that in the' rcanufacture of tod water we
are in a class bv ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
' J6HH SCHLD2PF, Kasafter. Telephone 71.
' ld..iluul FaniwlaH Sattall. iniii,rw
AetneyloVlUwsIisn Wtad. 113 Fort St. Honolulu,
Hmm aoftUln. wlftaMl
1 J.lJIo. .oaaoa
M,l biw tlfam mmf'SK
LOST tIM.COO IN
, ONE ?ITTINS AT FARO
NHW YOItK .Inn. U - The talo of
n faro gamn In vhlrli ICOOOO was
lost at ono setting was unfolded In
tho Supieme Court yesterday,
th'rongh a motion r.iado before Judge
Ik'iiflrlck In a cull brought by Frank
MacDougill hgalnst Willluin 11.
("Ullly") Nolan, to recover on a check
for 113 000. t
, It appcatu, from the oBsort)on3 of
tho ln)er., tint No'.an- and Philip
McKeniiA eugngsd In th'o gimo In
which tho limit was pet at 1000 on.
tho ca..oj nnd $2000 fin double?. No
la, according to Jesse S. Ep3tctn,
MncDougall's counsel, backed tho
dculer. At tho ond of an nll-nlght
ecsbIou McKosua v.'ns eald to have'
"It's ? luvel thln7 to hear.nf n nuin
who In running a g'tmblliM guuo los
ing bo much money,"' conir.'cnted Jus-
l!o Hcndilck after bearing Hie arg t
t.cnt. "Usually Its tho public thai
It appears Hint MncDougall, who do'
clares that ho had no part In tho
gnmo, Is tho only ono who Is out nuy
money. Ho bu'b ha can't collect from
Nolan, ns Nolan la trying to make it
appear that ho loct tho amount he
paid to McKenna In a gnnib lug game
and that tho law protects Mm.
Bulletin Business Office Fhor.t 250
NEW SPRING "DRESS
,Late patterns. Price and qual
ity are our standard
L. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
Residence Undertaking Parlors
M. E. Silva's
will bo romnveil about February '15 tol
a locntion on uiinpiatn Bireei oppo
site tho Catholic Sisters. The new
place will be well equipped with
bedrooms, kitchen, dlnlngioom, bath
room, waitlngroom, wth verandas
on two sides. For the residence fen.
tpre in this now, up-to-date under
taking parlors there will be no
charge for tho use. The parlor la
fice to nil who wish to remain with
tho bodies of beloved ones.
Ilodlcs removed from ho3pltnls or
homo from within three miles of
elty limits to our place of business
free of charge ,
Present Phone, 179 - Night Call 1014
A Cyko Print
has a quality and richness that puts it in a class by itsclt.
Developing - Printing
And All Branches of Comtncroial Photograph" at
PRIME BEEF and FISH
FH0M THE MAINLAND. 'EXCELLENT QUALITY, WITH
A GOOD DISTRIBUTION 0? FAT AND LEAH. THE ALA
MEDA BROUGHT THE DELICACIES YqU ABE WAITING
W. F. HEILBR0N, Prop. PHONE 45
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