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Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
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ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
In late and artistic designs, hand-toned and carved, for the
autumn demand, have just bejn reco'ved.
Arts and Crafts Shop,
' YOUNG BUILDING
NEW TRIMMED HATS
WERE RECEIVED ON THE WILHELMINA
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AT REDUCED PRICES
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DRESS GOODS, 30c, NOW 20c YARD
All kinds of Ladies' Wear now selling at low prices
to make room for Holiday Goods.
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We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
MACFARLANE & CO.,
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EWA BASEBALL CHAMPS
Standing Elias Mever'fcantain), Macaulev. Fernandez. Souza. Sitting
Grvin (manager), Rodrigucs, Laing, Coidcira, lavcno. Philip Cor
C. A, C. YESTERDAY
Both Tied for Second Place
In the Junior
Yesterday afternoon nt tlio Ath
lctlc Pal 1;, t lie Sltihocks defeated the
C. A. O. nine to the tunc of 3 to 2,
this licliiK tlio last gnmu to lie play
id on the ginuuds, as tlio Kiiinchu
mehn Alumni h.u closed tlio deal for
the park ami begin lining In today
t6 in a K'o a line athletic field. On this
account the Junior league belles will
he finished nt Aula Park.
Palatini nine fin felled their game
with the Axuhls, whlelL was sched
tiled to ho tlio second yesterday aft
ernoon, thus Riving th latter the
lead for championship, with the Mil
ho Uk and C. A. Cs. tied for Be and
It was the sixth before tlio Mu
hocKs got a man home, and then
they niado two tallies, with another
In tlio ninth. The Chinese, team
scored only In the second and In
the fifth, falling to do nnytliiiig near
home platn after that,
The summary and score:
C. A. C. JU.N'IOKS.
" All H Illl Sll I'O A 15
All In, FH ....3 p 0 1 0 3 0
Ahiina. Sli ..Ii 1 0 0 1 r, 0
Tin i.o, rf ...4 n o n n o u
Kan Kn, lf-c.,1 010730
Tin Yen, c.f . . 4 0 0 0 0 0 o
Ahoilg, 3b ..2 1 0 0 3 4 1
Akin, Hi ....I 0 1 111 2 1
All Uoon, c If. 4020000
Luke Yeo, p.. I 0 0 1 0 0 0
Totals... 3 4 2 4
All It HUSH
C. Duel;. If ..4
Ah I loon, rf ...1
J. Xnvler, 2b. I
Ah Tin, 3li ..4
T. Akana, lb. 3
St. Akeo, c ..3
Slink Kee, S3.3
Wall Kill. p.. 3
I'etor, if .... 2
Totals... 29 3 4 1 20 11 3
C. A. C. .IIWIOUS.
ltllllS . .: , 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 02
Unco hit 021100000 1
Huns 000002 00 13
llapo hits ,000,10 2 00 14
I'niplro, II. ChlllltiRwnrth; hinier,
Sam Hop. Tlmo 'of' game, 1 hour 10
minutes. , '
"jr. W. I..
Asahl ., .itJT. 4 1
Muhock '.'n 3 2
C. A. C r. 3 2
I 'al am u fi o r
When Hnby was sick, wo gave tier
When sho was a Child she cried tot
When sho becamo Miss, she clung to
When sho had Children, she save them
Inter-Island ami 0 It. ft I,. Shipping
hooka for Halo at I he Ilullutln
office, r.Oo each.
YACHT RACE WAS
Hawaii I Wins With Char
lotte C Close
Hawaii I. won the rare of the Ho
luilulti Yacht Club estorday, tlio
tlmu being six hours and fifteen min
utes, and tlio Clint-lotto C. Mulshed
second, hut eight minutes behind tlio
It was 10:."0 when tlio yachts
crossed the line manned by tlio
joungcr niemheis of the club, tlio
Hawaii. I. and Chailotte C. getting
Into Hm! lead soon after leaving the
stalling line nt the spar nt tlio en.
trail to tlio haihor.
Out across the bluo walcis lo the
.tobn !.,,., rt M'. .11.11.1 !.... ...... l.1.l'
o..nu ,i.,i wi. nilinini iiii-nu ihii ill-ill
tlu-e together, thu Chailotte C. lead
ing on the way out, but after the
Mitko boat was rounded the Hawaii
I. gradually diew Into tlio lead and
(ontlnued theio until tlio Mulsh.
The Hawaii I. stiuck a calm off
the harbor when on the way to I'earl
Harbor, but both she and Chai lotto
C. Mulshed tlio couise. The Knnie
liiimcha anil the Helena struck a
ralm after turning toward homo at
Pearl Harbor and' had to be towed
Sulllviin sailed tlio Hawaii I.,
Campbell Crozler was at thn helm
of the Chailotte C, (iiudon Sims nav
igated the Kamcliamcha, and Hill
O' Ili'len handled the tiller of tlio
It was expected that tlio Oladys
would ho In tlio race nlbo, but at the
last nilnuto sho was not allowed to
bo sailed by the youngsters.
G COMPANY WERE
Ilowlcis of Company (j of the 20th
Infantry wero tlio hlch men mi Ktart
Shatter alleys yesteiday morning In
tho Intercompany match being tolled
oft there, defeating the men of the
II outfit by 1I pins.
Tho final bio was 2200 for fl
team und 2072 for tho II bowlers.
Iheio wero a largo number of
town men nut to seo tho match
bowled yesterday inoiiilng, as In pre
vious matches, and It Is probable
that unntlier mulch will be nn nt
thoiallcjs next Sunday morning.
l no individual stores weio:
Company G Fioellch. r,17; Mer
ger. 4T.1; Corp. Sladlson, 441; Henry,
I2U; prp. Howe, 308.
Company II Palnthrnvslil. 4S(!;
I'eteisou, 434: Iloiton. 108: Cirnnt.
37i iiiane.' 3C5.
:t ti :i
Tho Sialics, for seven ve.irs rlmm.
Illon soccer players of Hawaii, will
ncgiii prni'tisa at tlio sinkllii ginunds
this afternoon In preparation for en.'
lerlng tho game In earnest this year.
Ihnio Will bo nil exO'lit vo monllmr
of tho team at Thistle Club tonight. I
n tt it
I.lghtfoot hi others' entortnlncil
iihout twenty niembem nf tho Hea
Innl boat club nt their homo at Wn-'
Ihewn mi Saturday ovnnlng. A Mno
swim and a general good tlmo wero
',-i-,f ,,,, A ,J Svirifetutkir i
BY BIG SCORE
Hicjht Sciido! Tcanty Failed
to Cross Line of
,TliIrty-Flx lo niitliln.T v.ib tho
Cviie In the llual fm.tba.l galno of
SItKlliley High and College of Ha-
i wall on Saturday afternoon, the
1 High Scluol clcum h.Mug dl.ap-
I polutfd lli.it they weie unable to
Brno again t the laifior leaai.
Ii has hicti a l.ad .M'.ir for lln
1 1 If-' ii men -.hla jea.-. anj at I.o
llrit of lite season taey decided not
to po Into the gnmc, as nearly all
the men on last jcat's team wore nit
j)f " 'ii ol thlr year.
A tier louxldeinble dlsciiKslim It
was decided to get Into thu gamo
and make a try at developing a
team, mid considering the handicap
that they wero under, tho work of
the Keamn looms up well.
Captain Hosa was out of thu game
for the High School, as ho had not
lei'oveied from his Injiulcs a week
ago sulllclently to go on the Meld
Honors In scoring wore about
evenly divided In tho collego team,
tl-o back Meld and line both con
tributing to tho tallies whlrh made
the total, and the forward pars be
ing worked successfully time after
College of Hawaii Amona, c;
I.emUe. rg.: 15, It. Tra y, lg.; Parm
er Clark, rl.; Ktihns, It.; Took On
Yap. re.; Hill nice, le.; Slarcnlllno,
Ob.; Hlrdseyc. flj.j Tracer, Hi.; Sla
High School C. Mttlejohn, c;
Kenneth Abies, rgv.; Josh Pratt,
lg.; Nap Young, it.; O. Awal, rt.;
SI. Slonsnrrnt, re.; Tzo Tail, le.; Nat
lllart, (jli.; Lester Sfarks, fb.; Sing
Hung. Hi.; Clarence Djer, rh.
Williams Hawllns rcfereed tho
a .. ..
McCuIloucjh-and McGurn Face
Each Other at Lei-
Tnmnriow. night Ir tho tlmo tho
sports gather at I.elleliua to see tho
big go between Soldier StcColloiigh
and Joe SI Guru, and the bout prom
ises to Jio one of the hest fifteen
lound exhlhltlons pulled off In Ha
waii for some tlmo,
Hoth men are In rood condition.
tholr backers state, and will glvo tho
ciowd tho worth of their money and
moio In tho sclentlHc work they will
do In the squared cliclo at I.elleliua
lleforo the bout of the overling eov.
eral minor scraps are billed to work
up tho enthusiasm of tlio audlenco
to tho right jiltch to feo the real
work lo ho dniio by the pilnclpals In
tho event nt tho night.
This go at the soldiers' camp was
to have been on for last Saturday,
but on account of pay day ther,o not
coming until the first of the week,
It was postponed until tomoriow.
In addition to tho large number
of soldiers who nro sure to bo pres
cut nt the go. a large number of
town sports will wend their way to
tho scene of the n:rap tomorrow
tt :: ::
D COMPANY ARE.
"" 'I; .
'Satuidny saw Company D of, the
Stiu Incs win thJ secou'ii'scrles''cliam.
plonslilp if tho battalion league,
when tho team of that outfit defeat
ed Company IPs aggregation of bnll
tosbeis In the tune of Ilvo to three.
Pitching was tho feature of tho
gamo between the murine teams,
Davis of Company I) retiring four
teen men and allowing hut four lilts
dining tho game, and Thompson of
tho II outllt gno eight lilts and re
Hied eight battels.
Thero wero big doings after tho
game, Company I) supporters carry
ing their twlilor oil thn Meld on
BIG FIGHT ON
AMUSEMENTS. I AMUSEMENTS.
Tuesday and Wednesday
aEOHOE R. HOWARD AND
"Our New Minister",
Vlikt Time Heic I
New l'liyiP'r 'o Crowded Ilotucs in
lliuKtUv, Ttidiv nnd Saturday
Special Matinee Saturday at 2:30:1
V,0IIIER PEOFLE'S MONEY"
A Lniighlng Hit
Prices 25c. 35c nnd 50o
Whirlwind succss of the Vnudo
vllle Artists presented nt the (Irand
Opening. Head tholr names count
Premier Song and Dance Artists
Coon Dialect and Yiddish
COUNTESS IRMA DE P0MME
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Krauk Anderson's Orchestra makes
Doois open at 0:30 o'clock;
trouble heglns n Utile later.
Admission . . . 10c
Hcserved Scats liic
Evans Low Man and Walker
, High at County Club
Although hut few players In tho
Oahu Country Club tournament wero
on the links Saturday afternoon, yes
torday was dlffoiont, and sixteen
men wero out for play In tho prca
Idcut's ciip (ompetltlon, John Kvuns
being low man with S3 jestculay,
nnd Ham WnlKcr being high with
112 for tho two rounds of nine holes
The tnurnnmunt now on lasts dur.
lng tho present term of Walter Dll
llnghnm as pi evident of the club, and
tho plajer having low scoie nt tho
cud of that tlmo will ho nwaidcd tho
president's cup. Two days each
mouth nro the limit of pjaylng in
It was Bonio wnim up Nuuanu way
yesterday, nnd tlio heat may liavo
had something to do with tho Fcores
made, several of the players wilting
perceptibly bcfoie tho course was
December 10 nnd 11 nio tho noxt
dns when play In this tournnment
Is Bchoduled, every second Saturday
and Sunday of tho month being thu
dnys' set for tho players to foio
gathcr. Tlio scores made yesterday wero: j
J. Kvnns, 83; II. (llffard (scratch),
8r.; O. Angus (;r(itch), SO; l Hul
slpail, 00; C. Weight, 91; 11, Hooth.
91; W.'Woon, 92; O, SorciiKm". 92;
J. J. Ilolser, 91; M. Phllllpj, S; I'.
Sloise, 97; 11. II. Walker, 9!); V.
Armstrong, 99; V. Klehahn, 103; 11.
It. Ilcldfoid, 109; S. C. Walker, 112.
.mii,i ijijuii) ciniDS i:czi:ma.
Skin sufferers! Drop greasy salvos
and nasty medicines, That mild,
soothing liquid, D. I). I). Piescrlptlon
stops tho awful Itch with tho llrst
drops. A doctor's prescription of
ucknowledged value. (let a bottlo at
Honolulu Drug Co.
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
Admission 15c. 10c. 5
WILLS 4 HASSAN
AVorld'a Orcatest Hiiulllhrlcts
Corner Nuuanu and Paualii Streets
TIIE MUSICAL MILLERS
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AI.OIIA HATH HOUSC.
School of Physical Culture.
Scientific SInssage, Medical
aymnnstlca (Swedish Move
ments). Indies' Slen's nnd Children's
clnsses. Hours: n. m. to 10 p.
in. and Private Instruction.
.Mr. (luslai lllorkmaii (of
Hoyal Swedish (lymn. Inst.)
Slusscur and Instructor of
I acific Jaloon
KINQ AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nn Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
F0S SALE AT ALL 3AEI
Regal Shoo Store,
King nnd Bethel Streets
' A MASQUERADE will" be given
by the T
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCIN0,
Odd Fellows' Hall. November Zi
1010 Thanksgiving. Four prizes
Music by n Hawaiian quintet club
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