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jBfJ, " 10 EVENING tlULLRTtN. HONOLULU. T H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26. 19t0 .
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', An invoice of ove-$400 worth ot thcse fine Margin- fr 5F isTJ P l 'k HiHll HOfc-' .( J $
V ' i tits' and Enincm' T els hr. jutt been opened up. ' V F llB I ifii IWSjf 1 rM Vi H-V " H iftll KM I J
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I SOLDIER KING YESTERDAY HS nwj ,
T"V Mi I,ast Performance
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MAN FROM COAST DOES FIFTEEN MILES IN FAST TIME.
FINISHED STRONG AND IS VERY FIT FINE RACE
ASSURED FOR SUNDAY NEXT.
Ycstcrdtiy afternoon nt tlio Atn-, lina ulwujs niailo his own paco an J
lotl l'aik, Solder King did n run consequently, inn his races to suit
ot nrtcen miles In llmo Unit I'lowrd I'lnieelf. When lie meats King It
win no n question o Keeping up l no
r.lln t tint tlm Rnldtni will miieW p-
llortnbllsh frOm sturt to finish.
A 1 tlio nriangemciits tor the race
SUITS THE PEOPLE
W. C Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEUHI
W iellver to all parti of the city twice dally.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE OUR O00DH
THE, IOT AND BEER
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, such ai
CRESTA BLANCA and INGLENOOK
WINEa KING WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry.
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS
We also carry a full line of other"
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I wines ana liquors, ana aeuver to
np an paiv ui mc til.
ROSA & CO.,
Alakca and Queen Streets
mmuw & co,
tli.it ho can cover the illstnuco with
rate mid IliiUh stioiiK at that.
tpicdcd uIoiik at a lino clip fiom
the er stint, and liK tnilner, Nigel
J.Kkson, was delighted ulth the cx
hlliltlon. -Haj , II u 1 1 c 1 1 n," the
Marathon Kid rciiiatked, "what do
Jem think or my lltt.e man? tie it
the cundj kid, nil right, Isn't he?"
And there .is no dcnjlni; that
King did great work nroun I the
track. lie simply reelcd In hit
stunts, uud hounded along the course
ns If he were built on spi'ugs. lie
Is n pretty i tinner and his action Is
perfect. Tor su h a small man ho
takes a long stride and runs remark
There ns n falr-Bld crowd pres
ent jestorday when King niiivod t
the ground, nnd nil the sport i m.ulo
themselves comfurtahlo on the
benches nnd teats. King wns Inter
lcncd In hla dressing room, and
nearly evervhody wns Introduced to
hlm. Ills quarters are the r.iinu that
Nigel Jacknon ,hnd "when ho wns
itrJinlng at the paik for his engage
ments of last jeur. King Is com-
fortahly settled, and Ju:kgon Is do
ing Btrcnuotis Btunts In the way ot
massaging and anointing with all
Kinds ot lotions and greases.
How Kinir Ran.
King uunoiiiucd his Intention ot
running tlio full fifteen miles for thu
first tlmo In llnwnll, add he got
under way shortly after 3 o'clock.
Ilo Blurted ut a smart clip, nnd g ad
uall) 'Worked up to a paco that
struck people ns being suicidal for u
man who had fifteen miles to cover,
llownver, tlio army champion knows
his own business best, nnd he mis
running to a schedule nil tlio time
The flvo miles wero thrown behind
in 27:20, and King wns running liko
u dcor. tie slowed up u trtfln during
tlio next fhc miles, but still passed
tho tcn-nillo post In 59:10. The sec
ond five miles wero done in 3 1:50,
ami tho ten miles were covered nt
an nverngo clip of 5:55 per mile.
Tho clovonth mllo took 6:20 to
do, and the twelfth was slower. King
(nklng G:I2 to run the dlstiiiac. He
threw tho twelve miles behind hlm
In 1:12:12. anil stnrted on the thli
tccnth mile ns if going for n rcc.
ord. The full fifteen mile wcio done
In l:i)l-.r5, uud King got nil
tlon whon ie finished.
Kaoo Touch Pronoiition.
The mini from tlio Coast Is gulug
up against a tough proposition in
Antouo Kaoo, mid tho old elluV wil
ho, fut once, extended as no one clto
has been utile to mako hlm in any
other race. It will ho remembered
that when Kaoo run Tsuknmoto that
nevcr-to-ho forgotten ton miles laco
nt the park Inst 5 ear, the old fellow
mado his own puco every liuh of tho
Journey, mid that tho Japanese
(humplon was content to remain n
couple of feet behind all the aj
Th'eYi In the lust lap It was moit ex
citing when Kaoo Increased tho paco
nnd was nf'onto Lhullenged by Tsu
knnioto. Tile lust two hundred arils
wero covoTed at top speed, nnd tho
dash for tho lino brought tho jell
lug thousands of spectators to their
feet, Thoi 'finish was n closo one,
nnd had. not, Kaoo fallen right at
Square Deal Hose
In Black, Tan, Grey and Navy
HAS JU3T BEEN RECEIVED
Price $1,50 and $2 Per Box of Six Pairs
YEE CHAN & CO.,
BETHEL AND KING STREETS
are complete, mid the tt kets uro be
ing sent out by the Jiundred. The
canlry nt I.cllchua hae ordored n
big bunch of scxernl hundred tickets,
mid the marines, artillery and In.
fnntry are Just us keen on ge'tlnc
hold of the pasteboards.
The Judges will bo V. T. Uv-'.lnt
and Lieutenant Cressy. A thlid
JuiIko will bo picked on Sunday ;it
the grounds, and there Is no dnubt
that tho oHlclals will bo tho best
that can bo obtained.
a n a
AND FISHING LINES
Young Oarsmen Get Mixed Up
Koitunatcly, u Uullotin cn
icspoudeut wus swimming uround tho
harbor jcsteiduy afternoon, mid ho
writes us follows of wnut lie'iuw'
Scvcial jouthful members of tho
Mjrtlo mid llealanl boat houses, four
Infuriated Ilusslau Ilshcimnn, somu
llshlng line and n policeman caused
considerable excitement on tliu wa
terfrout scstciday evening between
r. utiil tl 'it1! ii It
Tho hoys wero out on tho bay sall
Iiik when they run Into tlir-jo or
four hundred feet of flshlnt Hue at
tuihcd to floats. One of the lads
suggested saving the line. "It hub
no business theio, anyway,' they io
mai kcd. Tho suggestion wi a no
sooner made than the bojs began to
gather In the Hue.
Tor a few moments It wns alnicsl
a ra'o between tho youthful i.icin-
hers of tho two clubs to see which TWENTY-FOUR PLAYERS
wouiu gee muse ui cue uiiu. jui m,
bojs hud f oi gotten to toutldcr tho
IltiBsluns. The lisliermcn had no In
tention of being deprived of their
lino, and they started to swoop down
upon the llealanl, member, as they
wcie nearest. Tho boyi put up ball
and mado off halfway across tho liar
boi. exulting In securing their spoils
and making their escape.
Suddenly their exultation changed
to feur. They wero becalmcJ, nr.d
Last Performance of
B. HOWARD AND COMPANY
MONSTER MATINEE SATURDAY
At 2:30 o'Clork I
THU IILIST UVJJlt DON'T MISS IT
Thursday, Friday nnd Saturdnv
I'ltocuiti: youii si:ats today
Oil YOU'LL HAVU TO STAND!
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES '
Admission 15c, 10c, 5o '
Orchestra 50o Balcony. 35c
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1910
HARNEY & HAYNES
I ALBERTO, Magician
BROWN & WILM0T
I MOTION PICTURES
Corner Nuuann and rauahi Streets
Who jcstirila) Itil ii.rcinnrkalilj fast
liftreu miles on tlio Athletic I'ark
track. Tne going mis lic.ny luit '
the iiiiin from the Couot hprlntcd ,
(i i or the whole dManrc mid llnliliril
15 Mile Running
CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII
ADMISSION 75c, 50c and 25c
The Banana Man S.
MASC0TTE SISTERS "l
SbiRing and Dancinp; !'
AndLL' ' I
LATEST -MOTION PICTURES
AI.flltA HA'lH 1I0USK.
School of I'hyslcal Culture,
ScIcntlHc MuSRago. Mcdlcn)
(lyniuastlcs (Swedish Movo
uicntH). I.idlcs' Men's und Children's
clnsscs. Hours: a. m. to 10 p
in. and I'rhato Instruction.
.Mr. (luslin Iltorkmau (ot
Iloal Swedish Oyinn Inst.)
Masseur and Instructor ot
ARE NOW SIGNED UP
Mailo Team Selects Officials
James Fiddes Expected
Back Soon Practice, Gimc
Last night tho High School soccer
the Kubslans wero drawing near. Tho footbull plajers B'lt together mid
fishermen got n lino onto the eallbqat 0icclou- Archibald Hltkmun, captuln,
1V.U!. ".?f " IS '"'i lr. ," ttZ "U 'C II. JUmichurd, manager., Tho
them. With the wind against them selection of theso' two BuutIon)ou Is
It was no tlmo for boilsh alo. und thought to bo all excellent one, mid
the luds deserted their ciuft. with Itcgliiuld A. Itath also qu tho
Jumping overboard, they used tho board of control, the Highs Should
swift crawl stroke In rapid lllght do well during tho coming season,
over tho nuurtor mllo of water to the Twentj-lour men huvo Joined tho
boathouse. Arriving there the told fold, und this evening' piactlsu will U
tt sj n n n n t: n n a n x: n n n
COMINQ EVENT3. tt
U Secretaries nnd managers of tt
tt athletic clubs nro Invited to send tt
tt In tho dates ot any events wfilch tt
tt they may be getting up, for In- tt
tt Hcrtlpn under tba abovo 4 head, tt
tt AddiCBS all comuiuutcntdnd to tt
the. Sporting Editor, Dullullu. tt
tt Oahu Juniors.
ftt Oct. 30. Asahls s C, A. Cs.
tt Oct. 30, I'alama vs. Mu Hocks.
tt Oct. 30. Country Club. 'r '
Oct. 29. Match.
tt - , , , Rowlnn.
tt Oct. 30. Heatanrciub Itace".
tt Oct. 23. Season Opens.
tt Oct. 30. Kaoo vb. King.
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
Ml You'll find thcyro all good fel-
tt lows ncro. jj jt .
sf It's' the Fashion"
their terslon of tho HuBslnn aitaK. stmt up. All tho plnjcrs uto eager
The Ilussluns continued their chaso, to get staitcd, uud there will bo somo
biluglug tho bout to tho clubhouso und'sticnuuus doings between now and
demanding that tlio bujs bo turned tho first match, which will bo plajcd
over to them befoio they guvc up Into In Do ember,
their part ot the haul. Tho Hawaiian Association League
Aftor a heated argument In Voken will hold u meeting lomoriow oen
Hngllsh, tho Russians wcie per- lug ut tlio Thistle Club, and all luv
minded to give tip the bout, uftcr tho eru of tho good old gumo of soccer
older members ot the club hud ro. are icqiicstcd to tmn up uud inter
turned their fishing, line. cst themselves In' the sport. A
Not content with the rotuiu of u gchedulo will be'minngcd mid the
part of their lino, ;thcy uemunneu teams will sign up for tho season.
James riilllos Is ONpotlcd back Eoon
now. mill 10 will liu welcoinecl bvul
Knoo'sliifwedron that day thai ho me,,,,, fr ,1 policeman. The ijd-, he soe er mon who know thq il,Ccp
DOTS AND DASHES.
t) Hotel nr. Fort
D. H. Davics, Prop.
the line thei'a woild n hac beqii(1)e ruTCK0 of tho law, Uuardjng
u foot 'bjlwen,b pair, . un th0 CXU u,0j. gc'nt pno of tirilr ;
nuoo siiowuiijoii nun un.v iiihi u meinerB for 11 itollccman. file 110- the soe er mon who know thq iiccu
hits a wouerfijt spiliit', conaldei lnui jiccinaiiarrlvecl uiidrUie boju-prohipj- Inteiest he tukes ill thejk'iort. Klddes
lk.it tin In iLHnnir-rflilfntirA ni.ill '1 linrrt . (. .. ' ..An.Au .I.a i.Z i. ...... ......i.i.. ... tunTil uuaUi .tin..
...... ,, . fwpr-"iv; 7ir.r i ," 1 esciipeu uou i iiwtit ui
nro ll,nnnl,,U nf fiiplfnlf. .1 n llntHlllllll '. M . -..,,. ,,J ...... ..,
...- ...--- , -., v, '- " - -, .oaiaiitve oi iimuistu, nun " "
who plnUielr, fajU' mi Kaoos nbll-j ,,, th(. Myrtlq strcfnghold, whoie
--1 lil I III LllUI iHJ I HM O"- - -- - - .
Ity to stn1 wlth.K Og, the whole ills- rel)orJkQ therolwero no casuajlics. 'I, Tho Mallo club jcstdNlay met, nnd
then beat hlm homo on n. 0nft of thfe"bos 1 the, son of solected tho mon who Will t
t)io has been piculdent. o too As'rd'c.l.itlpn
rrled League for u long tlnie!!(indjju5fcls!nt
It 13,'present uwny on a tlpttjlitiiiii." ,
cs,. ,11 Tho Mallo club j cstclNt".- met, nnd
I Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
tance, und then beat him homo on n. 0n& . thb!'bos I. the, son of solected tho mon who villi tliko cure
sprint Hint they claim the toldlei has ml0 of ure Sam's navy flghtors, tho of tholr fortunes during the setiBon.
not. " I other n son of a piomlnont polltl- Kied llullcy wus elected captain; r
Great Bace on Sunday. I clan. Needless to say, they huvo y zlegler, seciotarj-trcasuier; und
This all remains to ho pioved noxt iearned tholr lesson, as tho word Hob Andeison, vlco captuln. Tho
ISunduy, and thero is no doubt that tiussluii civei nil tho joungBtcrB oldttmo champions aro detormlnod
, a victory for Kaoo would ba mutt concerned u fright. I that they will "como back" and cany
popular. The old champion hns y jt jj off the laurels once more,
shown time after tlmo that ho can All thought of a match between Tho Noimnl School and tho Kna-
stay any distance In teason, and It joung Eklund of Hwa nnd Athcrton humanuu jesterduy hud a prnctlto
would dollght ocrjbod If he man- lilt hards has been dropped for tho game of soe er, mid tho Normals
need to defeat King. No one out- piesent. The plantation lad Is piny- won b n score of 2 to 0. Tho
hide of Ills Immediate fi lends nnl lug a good deal nut nt I bo big mill, sehnlnis mo Bhowing great Improve-
Miliums know what the old follow nnd ho( should get plenty of good mont, and when tholr regulnr sorlc:
ran do, mid In all his inens he hns pi.ullPn with (lieenfleld nnd tic- stmts up thoio will ho seen some
nevor been' niailo to tun haid Ho Keotcr. billllant pla
Tho Country Club membors aro
getting ready in another good ilaj's
bport up at tho beautiful links, nnd
tlio Honolulu Uolf Club people aro
also figuring on how ono of their
mombcis can manage to annex tho
Cream Pure Rye
Tho Uoictuula t Indoor baseball
team .hist night defo ited the l'aliuna
nlno by a score of 32 to 20, Tho
no)(t gumo will bana)ed at Kalllil. , .,
aud thu l'alnninaJWll meet thu Ku- i ,im j'
Ilhl'bunch on Nqvniibor 1. l f .' ffll'IsALE AT ATT. n
'Tllpre Is a rumtmKoltVB.the rounda
ie'ilooro In thSMenr futuro.
tii'ut CoVlt will, h;
r fllttlrn. if Is
btifil that JerYyvlli'odcrtCk is willing
to put up n substantial sum ot money
us his pait ot u purse.
tMil Telephone 2131
Tho Doretanla tennis courts aro
In dully U80 once more, and thero
Is talk nt tho Wall Cup being plajcd
for soon. i
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Beit in the Market
HENRY MAY & CO.
If Now York continues gaining on If you would enjoy a good time, at-
London In population during tho next aj 4i,. CnmiT. . . .1
ten j ears ns It has dining the last Und the SOCIALS ns Riven by the
decade, they vlll ere long ho turning ROYAL ACADEMY Or DANCING
up tholr trousorH In I-omlou when It
Is raining In New Voik tttlcu Her- in Odd Fellows' Hall every Trlday
'fWi(ii'inirfrl,MK-" WJfe tifc.