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BVBNINO lim.l.KTIN. IIONOMIMi. T. It.. TlltmSDAY. NOV. 10. I fl 0.
' All sizes nml styles, nnil the Tattcties to use in them, Just in
fiesh from the factory.
The handiest electric light made the POCKET rLASHLIOHT.
, Complete assortment at
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Highest in Quality Lowest in Cost
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
AS long as you are not a vege
tarian buy your supply of
meat where you Rnow it is
clean and good.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS Proprietor!
W. C. Peacock & Co., ;M
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
MONT ROUGE WINES
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
Tho biggest lino of woll-mado, handsome MEN
SHIRTS we havo had in stock this season.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT COME AND SEE
HOTEL-STREET. NEAR FORT
You Use a
you want to drink the best, such as
CRESTA BLANCA and IN0LEN00K
WINES. KING WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and -Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
MACFARLANE & CO.,
Four Games In
Tour gnrr.Js yesterday afternoon
In the merer seiles In the grammar I
school league showed that the learns
composing the league nro there Willi
tliu goods, nml before the end
thP M-rlra Is reached there
many a hard-fought battle
KaiihUinatiU School defeated
Hoynl School to the tunc of fi-0, 1'u-.
iiahou Preps trimmed Cential (Irani-
mnl- 1-0, Knmehnmeha shut out St.
Louis 2 o, and neither Normal,
School llnr Iolnlll 111 their Cltlie SI1C-
ceeded In scoring n goal.
Ting Ynu of the Kaahiimanii team
was the star In tho came between
that aggregation and Hoynl School,
.....tin., t !..,. ,.f th live mull, of
.i- nni,iii .,,,,1.1.1,. 1 1,. ii,0r
; r....lC . ."... .....n...., ... u....
This game wns rather one-slilcd, ford rooters from the South, and tho
as the store Indicates, tho ltoynls college men and women of San
being outclassed by their more Francisco anil nearby cities will be
speedy opponents, mid only n few out In force.
times was the goal of the Kaalni-, it promises to be n hlslory-nwik-manus
In danger. The first goal In nB game, as both tciuns nre more
the gnmo was made within tho first
ten in I mil ps of play and kicked by the sport look for one of the great
Ting Ynu. est of football battles when the
Tho game between I'Unnhou Prep teams lliie'up tomorrow,
mid Central Clrammar wns more n WtJJ r
even, quintrell kicking the only
go.il 6f the gamo for Puiinliou dur
ing the first half. I
Although tho Puns outclassed
their opponents In weight 'and size,
this did not help them In scoring,'
as weight Is nut a particular ntlvnn.
Inge In the game.
In the Kamchamehn-St. Ioulfl
game the scoring was nil done In
mu Iirsi null, lieimer Irani imiiviiiK
n tally during tho remainder of tho
game. Tho two scores in tills game
go to Kalelnlll and Captain Pallia,
the latter making a difficult goal.
St. I.nuls was In the game all tho
time, hut could not score, although
they had their opponent on their
toes all tho time to prevent a goal,
Tho Inlanl-Normnl game was tho
must even of any of tho afternoon,
as neither side succeeded In making
a goal, nlthoiigh both plnycd hard,
Tomorrow three nioio games of
t series will bo v'ayed lolanl-
Kiinhumnmt, ut Hoys' Hold; Nor-
mnl-lloyal, at Punahoit; mid Puna-
hou-Snltits, at Muklkl. On Monday
the Knnis and Central (Irammnrs
nlav ut the Hoys' Held. I
1'l.n ll,,oi,,t. rtf 11,1, wttlnltlf tAnl.lH
.. '":," .v; . " , :"."f,,:
jr.iiiiuuj imiuiuuii "-iw n'iiu
t-..-.i i..... mi.. v.. . !.,!.
jvuiiiiuiiinuiin lih iuiii v., rwM
Yin (ruptnln). If.; Wllllum Itose-
hull, lw.; Thu 1-n, rf.; JnEepli Hose-
hill, rw.; Joq Oncrrero, fh.t Ilenja-
mltl mil-lotlnitfinlt f millinfOr 111
Willie I.eo. rh.; IMward Chang. II..;
Ah Nap and Yoshlo. rbs; Ilenjl, Rk.
Puns-Willnrd Abies, c; (lordon
llrown, rg.; Ous Qulntell (captain),
rw ; Koma Kcknhlo, lw,; K. Ony,
lg.; W. Paris, lh.; K. Campbell, rh.:
S. Nicholson (manager), gk; W.
Hong, rh.; T. Taylor, rh; James It.
Kams D. Kalelnlll, rw.; Ilenja
mln J'ahla (captain), lw.; j. Knul
liana, If.; O. Nminhn, f.; C. Hosca,
rf.4 .1, Mutton, ch.; J, Spencer, lf.i
Nnplhaa, rh.; F. Shlpman, gk,; A.
Mitchell, lh.; I), lllpn, rf.
TO BE SETTLED
lUDf- OU ILCyj
meeting i onign r at My rtio
. , T- . , ( .
'House for; that; End, , ,
use tor; that' tnd. , ,
k . : ';
nrn?igeme,..U for. the yacht
i tho o.o(ntrrts. of,, Ilonplulu
Club wlll'-weef 1 foVIthnf Juir-
In addition to the race, arrange
ments for the supper nt Pearl Har
bor, which is scheduled 'to tomo off
one week from Saturday, will bo
mado at tho meeting tonight.
The start of the yachts on Sun.
day innrnljie will he from tho spar
buoy at the eutrmico of the harbor
out to a Btako-boat off W. O. Irwln'rf OSAKA, Japan, Oct. 2".. Tho Chi-'
plnco at Diamond Head. Coming cago ITnlvnisity baseball team do
mound tills tho course, will bo laid tented the Wasedn University nlno
.... ,lnnl llni,'.i. ,n lm fail r, 1...I.... I... din nn.vwn n. O ... A ,!.). '
1111 1 rill I l.lil u, n ,,' lit" ,,- ,,
liunyi nhd, loundlng that, bnrk
around tho ep.ir buoy at Honolulu
nnd tlnlsh ut tho Myrtlo lloat Houso.
BIG GAME IS
Stanford - Berkeley
Thousands of persona will take
their way to llorUeley tomnrinw nft-
criiumi fiom S.in Krnnclsio to wnlch
the minimi battle between Stnuford
mnl -llerkeley on the football Held,
and the tenuis prnmlt-e one of tha,
best exhibitions In the history of
According to Coast writers, both
tennis nre In the best of condition
nnd Interest In the gnmo tomorrow
lleikeley plays on the home
irii.,ila n.wl f rnitrsA Itna n pnr.
tain advantage on this account, but,llie "venlng nre both working bard
tlni Stanford men. who hne won ' nml tllere ' Promise of n grand fight
x nut of the seven last games. nrn' wlien they step Into the squared circle
going after the one tomorrow for ,nn T" ny K, , , , .
l.l.l .1 I. ...Ill n. l, ih.l. f-.U1 l Ml m"" r ' K0," Con.lltlnll bllt
.. .1.'. ,n
,, Ll.,7 11,11 ,11 Ml,,
Special IraliiB are bringing Sinn-
evenly matched than for years, mul
Fogei Is Now
Contention between tho prosl-
deutH of the Cincinnati mid l'lilju
dolphin baseball clubs, August Her
munit unit Horace Kogel bf the licit
mid (Junker teams lespectlvely, may
lead to the solution of thu much
texed question us to who Is the rc.il
owner of thu Philadelphia club. Tho
light between the two club presl-
i.'iitB U over u deal Involving .1
trade of four Heds for four Quakers
which Kogel lias dot lured void, while
lleimauu b.ijB it will stand aud that
lie will send on tho contracts unit
sign up the Philadelphia players,
it has been ficmieutly m aimed In
l,n imul 1. n 1 lf,i..ln tl f.....1... I
MAY SHOW WHO
i, :. '" ..rv ."." ''Her n stated m ms mterviow
I'msnuin, ut mu 1.11 is. uU ivuiil, uim
r 1 ... .- .i... .1 t .1.
Vfliuiiun 1', lilll U lIIICWiUilW, UrUlJl
er or lMculdent Tart, have acquirea
the ownership or the Philadelphia
team. Murphy has ilenled that nuch
fu tin nnun ln tw,li..l..,ln,.M t. ....
mor has slendfastly gained ground.
Now that President Hermann has
, ,,, possession n signed agreement
calling for nn e-cchango of ,,,..,." t 'i....Mm....,.B ,....,.,...,.
dclphlu and Cincinnati baseball
piayeis, ho has u card up his sleeve
with which ho can make Murphy
carry out his wIsIicb If found neces-
tary. In other words, Hermann Is
In a position to order un Investiga
tion Into the affairs of tho Philadel
phia c,ub, ami If Murphy Is the
owner Horace I'ogol will bo forced
to sanction the deal to which I'ogol
Is opposed 'nt present.
Murphy may not be Interested In .,.,,.. ,, Kliriir.
!tu. Philadelphia cim.. but Hor.iIe,0bs"trn
. ,, ,l1"f,bBa,:j' "r,er '".cholio was AitUur Howe, who play
,lrotect )llmBclf , railKo tills Inves-, . ml!, . .,' ,, ',',
I. .ia .1 i .. .- ...
tlgatlon. tho basebull .team will havo
oiv.d what u ?w my.tory. Ti,t,
'o;,"ft ;' l, l8 www m
liff'to the tluufcer I'l -
VC "b&-$ W W wm:
I Blmligifrd the control 'as
lor siKuaiuiua, .
llofgotltvord from Dates ih'tttbta
player woid call around to fclgnVp,
.'...I 15 .T, .. . .. '-'.f
'flic PliItdolphln players Involved
In the disputed trade aio McQuillan,
Morun, (Irnnt and Hales, mid tho
Hed players Rowan, lleebe, Paskcrt
,,',,,, j iij ,ii,. hi in u ,i a it. t. uiir.
cago iiiiulo six lilts nnd threo errois,
whlln tlm'japancBo score waa four
aciosa the Hub. r , '
DARK HORSE IS
IN FIGHT GAME
Marine Finks from Orient
Fights Bauersocks On !
Thero promises lo be n good go mil
nt l.elleliim next Tuesday night In the
itrclttuimirlcH when .Murine Kink, who
linn never lieen In the light giuno here, I
goes up ngalnst Trouper HauersockR.
Kink hns but recently come to Mo
nolulu from Manila ami this go on
Tiiesilny will be hli first appearance
here that will give the general public
a chance to size lilm up.
lie Is working out with .Mcfluni nnd
Sarrnnn to get In shnpe for Ills match
on Tuesday night.
The principals In the big bout of
McOurn claims that he Is down to 144
pounds which Is too light 'n his esti
mation mid he wilt train easily until
the I lino or the light.
Tho go will be pulled off right af
ter pa;- day and promises to bo n
financial success, as the nttendnncu
will bo largo both from tho post and
from town, where all tho aports aro
DR. BUTLER AGAINST
Columbia President Declares
, It Poorest Sport.
"Kootball Is the poorest sport In
existence. To revive the game at
Columbia would he n step back Into
tho middle ages nnd a surrender of
the repute which has come to in
through our decisive action In tho
Thus declared President Tlutlor
when Interviewed on tho subject,
nnd the death blow to tho sport ns
an Intercolleglnto game wns dealt so
far as participation in It by tho
Mornlng-slde Heights students Is
concerned. They had been hoping
against hopo that Dr. Iliitlcr would
yield In time nhd restore the game,
j tim'J to accomplish this, iuteiclass
fuitball had been substituted and
kept going, with tho ultimate pur
pose of having the Intramural nf
falr act as a stepping stone to tho
Tho recent ultimatum leaves no
mound for hope, mid tho lovers of
football at Columbia have now on
tlicly blven up tho light. Dr. Dut-
of letters from all over
the iltuntry have come to Columbia
j commending tho authorities for tho
. stand they had 'taken. Kvcn tho
most bitter opponents of tho linker-
I 'ty fIn1e '"" " " ""? ,h" "'"T'' l"
' r'' , ,,ec ," ' 1""1 B'""e'1
I ,C,r.n"ml,B ""' w,e ,n."W ',n,',,"B
:: tt n
Arthur Howe Named for Back
NBW HAVKN, Cann.J Oct. 27.
The fullback's position ori'tho Yulo
varsity has been filled, and tho otli
or candidates for the team woie
so when Head Coach
this ufternoon that the
ct quaiterhack on
,'-,, ,ii. ,.
elm en and ylio WaB first cholio for
;n ,.""! -, r : , - , n'"
Bblit,tlllB" was ..lN)'p.. CoroVi cnpfil,n
,cr tho baseimi team. '
.ijiowo Is oneiot tho mot popula.-
f the,: Junior cloWfe nd -tht
... . . .. .. .?'''
fTi,,,'"e'v- T. " 1?:
tha football sniindj'lie,! ac
tive In track work. As a result of
the advance, at Howo to varsity full
back position, tho two competitors
of tho quarterback places aro Mor
rltt aud Btrout. Coiey played as
Hist quaiter up to tho West Point
game, but the conthes havo decided
that Strnut is a belter man, and It
was miuoiinred today that lin prob
ably would bo llio varsity qumtor,
i i i
ROUSA At Malernlly Homo, Nov. in,
into, to Mr. and Mrs. JoaoC, Souzu!
Continued Success of
, GEO, B. HOWARD & CO.
Entile Chance of 2.11 Tonight and
Balance of Week
SPECIAL MATINEE, SATURDAY
Any Seat in the House, 25 Cents
Funniest Farce of the Season:
A New York Hit Don't Miss It
New Orphcum's Augmented
ORDER YOUR SEATS TODAY
Evening- Prices... .25e, 35c and 50c
Whirlwind success of tho Vaude
ville At lists presented nt the (Irand
Opening Saturday night. Head their
Premier Song and Dance Artists
Coon Dialect and Yiddish Imperson
ator COUNTESS IRMA DE P0MME
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Frank Anderson's Orchestra Makes
Doors open at 0:30 o'clock; trouble
begins a little later.
Reserved Seats 15c
Kalakaua Avenue Event Should
Come Off By Middle
It Is about tlmo that preparations
for tho Kulnkiiun Aveinio walking con
test wore begun, nnd In somo quart
ers tho men who entered tho rn" last
yenr aro talking over the event which
should be pulled olt the mldi'lo of
Uist year there were tweitty-flvo en
tries for tho ovent, which number wim
reduced by the elimination walk to
eleven contestants for tho Html walk.
There Is tnlk In somo qunrto 3 of
doing away with the elimination walk
this year and thus give the full num.
her of entrants a chance nt tho real
This might bring some ol them
closer to tho front In the llnlsli Ten
thero would bo inoro Inducement for
speed when It was In Ihe real contest
with a crowd. at the llnlsli than when
onlv in a prpllir.lnaiy' event.
Fliotild tho total number of ent
rants bo In tho real wulk there would
also be nioro In'iiost from a special
ill's point of low than with rower
The tlmo last yenr was 1 r. : 1 0 for the
mllo and threo-quarter course and tho
eonl was won by Dick Sullivan, who
says that ho will not cr.ter this year
Thoro ls report Unit a lino trophy
will bo put up for, the winner of the
evont this yenr. but tho nun wlm
.plans doing this doer, nrfl wish his
niune i;jctl at picstnt In connection
Willi tho trophy.
If She evont Is to be pulled off at
tho regular tlmn next month asnlrnntK
for walking lion-jrs should begin to
get Into condition within a short tlmo
for tho event.
It Is oxiiected that at least as many
will enter this year us did last, mul
with this ?5 or even Ici.h the walk
will bo a success
Palm never llvo moro than 2.r,u
years. Ivy has been knmvn in ii.-..
. .... . ' '"
'i;.u, ciiecinut SCO, oak 1C0O and vow
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES ,
Admission. ..... .15c. 10c, 5o
Wise & Milton
Corner Nuuanu nnd Pauahi Streets
THE MUSICAL MILLERS
GEO. W. STANLEY 1
Character Artist ' J
LATEST MOTION PICTURES 1
AI.U1I.V HATH 1IOUSK.
School of Physical Culture,
Sclcntlilc Massago, Medical
Gymnastics (Swedish Move
ments). Indies' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: n. m. to 10 p.
m. and Private Instruction.
.Mr. (lutlav Illiirkman (of
lloyal Swedish Oymn. Inst.)
Masseur and Instructor of
I acific y
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're; all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davics, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND" CO.
FOE, BALE AT ALL BASf ''
If you would enjoy a gpod time, at
tend the SOCIALS as Riven by the
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCINQ
in Odd Fellows' Hall every Friday
Regal Shoo Store,
King aud Bethel Streets J