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any part of the city.
MACFARLANE & CO.,
HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE
BATTLE ON GRIDIRON SATURDAY
GAME RESULTED IN SCORE
PERIOD NEITHER TEAM
Although tlio llmtl sioio In Satur
day's game between tlio College ot
Hawaii and tlio High School resulted
In it score of 21 to 0 In Tutor of tlio
college, Jet the game Was fur fiom
one-Bided, and during the first ieilod
tlio High tram held the others down
to no tcore.
Although the crowd of spectators
was small, each ono was nil interest
id onlooker of the gridiron struggle,
and at tho close and oten during thu
comments were Mint the behind In the first same, tl.ey failed "' "' ,:"'".'"',',. ,' ,' from staRc Tucsday n,Rht
doing might well against i catch tin. mid Co.nnunt II won tlie nms.lcr ! M"' " V1 " ''-md Jus, ORDER YOUR SEATS EARLY
tlio college team
Tlneo oC the High team had tn bo
taken out on account of lnurics, in
cluding Curtain Itosu, ttlilcli material
ly weakened It
During the first half of thv match
It mih clean playing and not u single,
licnnlty ttiiH lniio8cd, but during the
latter art theie were soma heated
nrgiiincntH and expostulations, scraps
of which leached tho spectators on
The lineup of the two teams on Sat
College of Hawaii Win Mclnccke,
le ; Jay Kiihnx, It.; 11, It Tracy, Ig.i
J S l'ratt Jr, c; I'iuiI Lempko, re;
rincctar Clark, rt; 1)111 Rice, ro.i A.
N lllurt, n.b.; Kook On Yap, Hi.; Capt.
Marcalllnn, rh ; Bid lllrdaeje, fb.
High School Jimmy Aylctt, lo.;
Ocorgo Awal, It ; John l'ratt, lg.;
Howard Case, e.; Kenneth Abies, rg ;
Nap Young, rt; M. Monsarrat, re.;
Capt. lllll Itosa, O.U.; Sing Hung, 111.;
Clarence Dyer, rh ; lister Marks, fb
WILL RECtiVE "
Fiddes Assured by Sullivan on
A. A. U .Application,
James II. l'lildes, ox-prcsldciit of
Hawaiian Association Tootball
League, brings tho news from New
York that Sccictarj Siillltaii of the
A. A. U. would take favorable action
on tho application made by local
athletic clubs for nicnibcishlp, this
tissuranco being glten some time, be
fore the application was forwarded
I hides hits returned to Ilunnlulti
fiom n trip to Scotland it ml the
United States and saw Sullivan when
passing tliiough Now York on route
M Kumpc, taking l tho nutter
with him at that time.
FORT SHAFTER MEN
Great Interest Taken and Chal
lenges Are Issued.
I:eltcment was Intcnso at l'ort
Shatter liiBt Sunday inoriilng, when
a series ot bottling was opened. This
inarkB the beginning ot a tourna-
mnnt Xhi.h i. i..- i,. .,r,o .,
......... .. u nuaQ t u ""lit
Intel eating and will attract tho
(eutlou ot tho men for bonio
tu come. Companies 1' nnd II
f'nt liii iut nrilii v 'twirl 1 1 tnr I
bowling allots In the port mid start-'
ed tho ball rolllhg. A series ot tlneo
gillies whs plajed. In which the
wi.ri.lnu H.ihor.. was hiniillo.i with
I Tho allots nro In flue condition.
having been planed down and ie-
1 muikcil. N,ew plus huto also found
their way to tho bowling ulley und
cvciythliiB was In shlpshnpo for tho
gamo. Musician t'erdldaiid and I'rl-
villi. Aiuimlt iilil Hi i. work .lnwti ill.
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I tho lower ciid of tho alleys mid prov-
ed to ho tcry ellltlcnt In the urt of
getting pins j, ., ',
The Line Up. ' ' u 'i1'"
Tho sUr twl
irlrlehf; from I' mid II
oUeiected'aiid tho sol-
dleis earned a credit for- the
edll for- thn fcecond
battalion. The llno-up was ua
Company 1' Simons, Pulton, Okry,
Compaii) H Hill. Lello), llliiug,
Prlvato fJougol of Compiii) O knul Tho Kamoliamoha Schools will eli
bcore for Company I', and Cook Jor- ler n soccer team In the big league
genson of Company H kopt tho scoro f tho othor teams will abldo by the
for his own company. Pilvuto (Ins- a A. U. rules. The bo do not
selman n ted ns Judge ut the foul mint tn play against any pinfes
Three Great Games, '
In order to illtprmlnn who wprn 21S5 wlllorI.il room 2250
(he wliiueiH of tho bimIcs It was do- IhisIimsk nfllir. 'Ilioc lire the trip.
tided that ut tho end ot tho thrco phoue nuinliirs u( (lie II ill let In.
OF 24-0 BUT DURING FIRST
games the number of plus made
would bo brought tn all aggregate
and the cuinpanj hating the most
plus tn Its credit would be declared
the winner. At the end of the flint
game Compaii II nut In tho lead by
148 plus. Comp.inj 1' then went In
to win and the next two games found
them making the best ,c. In the
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bCLOiul gamo Conipluj 1' niiulc tlio
IjCHt stoie by 32 plus, and In the
third by GU Hating gone bo fur
ln,i. ..I. . r.,; ,.i. ... ., ,.,i
scQrlcs with Sli plus to Its cicdlt
Company G Challenges
Immcdlutcl after the game, Ser
geant Santcn of Company O chal
lenged the winning team In behalf
of his company for a scries of three
games next Hmidi moiulug at 9
o'clock. Santcn will manage, and
has picked for bis team Cm porn! N'lt
ison, I'lhutea Oaklet, Proellch, I'lpcr
am Henry. I'lltntc Merger hub been
selected as substitute, should ant ac
cident happen to one of tho men.
Company E Next.
It Is autUlpatcd that Company, H
will tnlrn n trv nt Mm Yllllllllirr ti .1111
of next Stindnj'B game, making thoj
tournament complete. After tho
champion team of Tort Shatter Is de
cided, a belcct team will be picked
from tho entire post mid a challenge
will bo Ubucd tn tho bos of tho
Y. M. C. A, or to any other team
who think thc can "roll sonic." IVirt
Shaffer will bo (he scene of much
Interest during the next few weeks,
especially among the bowlers.
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Soccer Holding Sway and Rife
Practice Begins Soon.
Athletics aro booming nt the Kn
mcliiimeha Schools, I'riday afternoon
teeing a close game of soccer plated
between the senior nnd Junior
teams which icsulted In one goal fur
Tho Juniors mndo their goal near
tho end of the llrst half, and the so-
nlors scored In tho last few minutes of ule but It Is expected that In tho
of pla of tho game. - nrnr future thero will bo sonitthliig
Captain Winters rcfcrccd thp game,' ,i0K , 8omo team will take up
and tho lineup of tho teams was as.i,o challeiigo made by l-'reeth's team
Senior Team H. Uodfioy. W.
Walalcle, ends; H. Noah, W. Knnia
loplll. J. Mlllkaa, S. I!usey, for
winds; W. Apau, 11, llruiidt.
Husecy (luptalii), 1), Kalni
J. I.uJaii, goal.
JiinloM O. Kaleliilcl, II. rahla.'ilno sport,
ends; U. Mauoha, C. lloscn, J. I. lml
f.i), A. Spencer, backs; I'. Shlpmaii
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Gullcry "raJ-tU? w'" f1'"1. tlllS
w,eek "' tll Bc,1001' Th tniRcts uro
placed In readiness und membors of
,, ,,Jthe tlneo upper clabBcs will stait in'
t'lTnctUlnB during the week. Cap-
got to- tal WlntoisJs ver anxious tohato
;n Ul0 a rtrong rifle team this jeai. .
i l'llin . lioX... i-r 1u initu itfii1.il In
l:l1"'' ",1?tl- r lniit c'"'" mcilu1' !8
''ol "l b-ho1 tllls ei,r' "l,d lI!,,0.ta
ll thanie tor somo cnucc m win mu
medal put up for tills ear's Bhoot by
"i?'!!:r "? ""V ' 1",1:?
'ho American nine ABsnciaiion, 01
I which the school Is u nicmbci.
The fifth teams of the Ilcds mid
Whites met on the school grounds on
Saturday afternoon in u gamo of so--
rer. Tho Hed team won after a hmd
struggle making a goal In the last
mltiuto of tho gamo. Ily winning
i -- -
this mut;h the Ueds nip ho cliam-
pious ot the color BerleB, winning six
nt!.ilRht,gJimci oiit of ten. Theie
' top ify. b,c8 f ,baf ,,u " ";
two ga'mcs (if Soccer ct to bo played
Tho first teama'are lust on the sched-
ulo. to the Whiten figured n"e on
tlfelr first than any othei tear
while Captain Hon Hussoy placed
.. ... .. I.tn rrlr lllllinffl rill I ll n
)oiiugcr teams, winning six games In
Qrrnivin rnmrcDT i amusements. i sg""""""-
Asama's Band Plays at
Thomas Square at
Tho second and last concern to he
given by the hand of the Japanese
flagship Arnum on shore will he
at Thomas Siiunic this evening from
7.IIO until !l o'clock. j
Last ovculng tho bund plated In
; ZIZ , w
or Japanese aim otners nun icceivcu
Anla l'nrlc before an lmineiiso ciowd
Thcic arc twenty tovoti members
In tlio blind .tvliLh Is I ell by Ilniid-
iinnue n line reputaiion lor neon
if 1 1 ntr iik II lniu iitltml Iwiflilll I !
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,l, till., WW.
Hut two numbers on tonight's pro
gram are Japanese, mid the leading
cle Hon Is "Hiawatha."
Tlio program for the conceit to
March Hiawatha Moret
Otertuie William Tell .... Uosilnt
Wultz Donaii-Wcllcn .... Iwinovlcl
annul l'lnnlo from Allele... O. Ilicli
Japnncsa Song Shlocuml.
Potpourri Musical Surprise ....
Marzlulei'. S. A.
. . Coxmooro
Yes, tho Democrats mo now In
fashion, und they sccui tn bu enjoy
ing It. In fact, politicians of every
party can iilwajs bp found In Tho
I'nslilou bar, fur thcrn U where a
"good drink, sorted right, in good
company," can nlwats bo had
TEAMS FOR WATER
POLO TO BE READY
Boat Clubs May Enter Teams
Tno wa.cr 0i0 ., lml, !.,, .,..
lifter the gamo at Tort Shatter u few
weeks ugo. ,
It Is lepoited that both tho Myttlcs
und lleiilauls me .going tn get into
lien the game, und within u few weeks
Lks;theie may bo u rcgulur tournament
in ranged, when there will bo some
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
. , ., ,
if.Kcthat Cades V.
8Umt ,vat 0, CoI11M, ,, ,oft
for tllu HlBteil , ,, dinamwl. P.I-
tate I'lunk I'oid ot the same com
lintiv lmu ln.oti tlpl.tllpil tiK.imli.a inns.
Kor in his Va. l-ord Is
what of ii rough ilder and promises jB ordoiod, that nntlco of tho pen
to innko good. dcney of mid llhol be glten to the
Serceant McDonald Leaves. llbel'co, by publication thoroof, at
bcigeant JI-Donald of Conipimj (J )L,aBt omu Week for six biicccsslvu
whs ono of tho casuals iihouul thu woeks In the U v o u I u g. U u 1 1 o
transport Logun when she left for t ,n, a dully newspaper publ'sliod
tho Slates last Saturday. This leaves in' Bam Honolulu, Territory of Ha
a vacan y In Compaii) a for a mm- Wnll, and that said enso shall bo
coninilBiloned onicer. Corporal I.uke bcunl und dctoi mined tit tlio court-
, i. .1IVHUIB, IIU .O IIIW lilUJMUK CU-
, , l0 coln.,aII will bo made
tolpeallti Thv (1ivnto vWh to taku
tieTI)lll(,0 of Kiusoa $tytt uiiuii -
, nouueed. p . '
i: Nichols, who Is tlio ranking cm-
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
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Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Streets
FOR THREE NIOHTS ONLY
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
GEO. B. HOWARD & CO.
In David Belasco's Greatest Flay
The Girl of the Golden
A Superb Scenic Production
Augmented Cast-EverythnB New
T,,v. tii cion.iln.. nm.m tnr
Lcoks Like Standing Boom for
I Comple'e election returns read
T,irinv Tp. nA Rstnrdnv nnd
" . .
I Saturday Matinee
A Farcical Scream
PRICES 25c, 35c and 60c
Whirlwind tucccs'j of tho Vnude
tlllo Artista presented nt tho Qrmid
Opening Saturday night. Head their
names count them;
Tremicr Song and Dance Artists
Coon Dialect and Yiddish Imperson
ator WEAVER & ARCHER
Musical Artists '
COUNTESS IRMA DE P0MME
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Frank Anderson's Orchestra Makes
Doors open at 0:30 o'clock; trouble
begins a little later.
,5c and 10c
IN Till! CIltCUlT COURT 01' TH12
Hist Judicial Circuit of the Ten I
tori of Hawaii. At Chambers, lit
Ditorcc. Ida Kckona, I.ibcllnut, s.
Diamond Kokona, Llbelleo. Divorce.
Older of Publication. On reading
ami tiling tho nflldavlt of bald Hbol-
Inut lioicln, In which she deposes
that said llbcllce lias dopaited from
the Teillloij ot Hawaii and is now
in parts unknown and that she hits
no information as to what Is his post.
olflco nildrets or whethci lie has any
eucli nddiers or at which placo let
tors, addressed to film would most
likely to bo received by him and
tlnjt his lust known. jilao ot rest
dciico was on tho Ul.nd of Oalm.
City ami County of Honolulu, TcrrJ
tory ot Hawaii, and upon an inspce
Hon of tho return of tho. High Slier
le of tho Territory of Hawaii, who
sought tu mako soivlco of piotcss
tu , not
him, tho ruld llbelleo ho c'n,
t'ft.-d that said llbcllce hns
tried trim thla Tcnltory and
not ho found herein and that tor
said reason no pei tonal hen be has
been had upon him ot said libel and
,,,, bor,,,,. Now. the.efore. It
room ot sa,i court 'tin Mondat. Jan.
ly D tail, utytho hour nt K
lock a, m, of sajii.dny, or as booh
creaftcr iib counsel can be heard
Dated, Honolulu, (((j mid County ot
Honolulu, Tel1! ItorjT of Hawaii, this
JHt, day ot Octoiiei ri D. 1?10.
(Sgd) W j nlohjfs'BON, Third
Indgo ot the, Circuit Court, Plrst
-mllclal Circuit, Tenitoiy of Hu
wall. 473 Oct. 31; Nov 7. U, 31, 2b;
3III.II 1,10,1111) CUKES KC.KM..
1 Skin suffoicrs! Drop greasy biiIics
nnd nasty medicines. That mild,
noothlng liquid, I) H I) Prescription,
Idtops thn awful Itch with the first
drops A doctoi'n presci tptlon of
acknowledged talue Get it bottlo at
Honolulu Uiug Co
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
,.15c. 10c. 5o
HARNEY & HAYNES ,
BROWN & WILM0T
MOTION PICTURES .
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
THE MASC0TTE SISTERS Aero-
batic Song- and Dance
OE0, W. STANLEY Character Ar
tist WISE & MILTON Premier
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AI.0I1A II ITU HOL'ta'.
School of Physical Culture
Scientific Massage, Medical
UymnastlcB (Swedish Move
ments). Ladies' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a in tu 10 p.
m and Private Instruction.
.Mr. (Iiihtat lllorkiii.ii'i (of
Ho)ul Swedish Uyinn lust)
Masseur and Instructor ot
I acific J
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
they're all good fcl-
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. II. Davics, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
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If you would enjoy a Rood time, at
tend the SOCIALS as Riven by, the
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
jn Odd Fellows' Hall every Friday