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WINES AND LIQUORS
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
MONT ROUGE WINES
Again we speak of the
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea nnd Queen Streets
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, such as
CRISTA BLANCA and INOLEN00K
WINES. KINO 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.,
AT REDUCED PRICES
MERCERIZED. 35c, NOW 25c YARD
DRESS GOODS, 30c, NOW 20c YARD
All kinds of Ladies' Wear now selling at low ,pricesj
to marce room tor nuiiuay uoous,
HOTEL SrREET, NEAR FORT
Mr. nml Mrs. Cornelius McGIIII
ruilily walked nrm-lii-nini out of tlio
Human Catholic cliui h or Our Lady
or tlie Holy Souls, Nineteenth nml
Tioga streets, recently. They min
gled with the "commuters" hasten
ing for trains at Tioga station nml
escaped practically unuoti.ed, Kow
persons In the press for the ctuvated
station recognized the tall, lUukiuan
ns tlm r.inny li.iseball manager who
hed hruught to' Philadelphia Its
championship team and who was cul
minating the most triumphant Boa
aon of his prorers!onal career by a
private lcjnlclng, to he shared with
the woman his bride who clung to
his arm as they passed under the
Again had the nttute Connie Mark
sue essfully ronrealed his affairs
from the public until the) had been
Long before most of Philadelphia's
population was astir, Miss Kathar
Inc llnllahau, now Mis. M -Gllllcud-dy,
had left her mother's homo In
West Philadelphia nnd Joumejcd to
the remodeled dwelling houses which
servo ns Tioga's only Catholic church.
Mr. Mcnilllcuddy wns waiting for
her when she arrived at S o'clock.
All the preliminaries had been nr
rnnged with the utmost rare that
none but the parties to the ceremony
should ho aware of Its details, nnd
thero wero but a few persons In tho
church when the couplo arrived.
Two other members of tho Ath
loll Club will sign "contracts" nlm
liar to that negotiated by their man
agcr. Eddie Collins, champion Bee
ond bnbcnian, hntcimiu nnd base
stealer, permitted his superior to
steal a wedding mar li on him, hut
will follow Mack's example, when he
nnd Miss Mabel 12, Doano of Clifton
HelghtB will bo married and subse
quently become residents of Lans-downe.
John .1. Harry, who played short
stop on the Athletics In a rtylo I"
win the hearts of nil tho "fans," has
captured tho affections of Miss Mar
garet Donohuc of Ilnstou, nnd their
wedding Is to take place in thnt city
within a fow weeks.
These tlueo weddings, It Is be
lieved, will marl tho season's tri
umphs for the American League
teams, but as the Mackmen have
been record-breakers In tho matter
of surprises their ndmlrors me by no
means convinced thnt tho cud of tho
season so far as matrimonial ven
tures Is tho Issue has been i cached,
Hob Groom Is to bo trailed by Wash
ington before the team rniiorlo for
practice next spring. McAleer would
llko to get nn outfielder for Groom I
nnd he thinks ho will be able to make I
such a deal.
Reports Made at . Election
Show Organization In
. At the annual meeting held nt the
clubhouse, lust evening, olll cis wero
elected, by members of the Itealaul
Boat Club for the coming year, the
prepared ticket being elected ns per
schedule, although one separate bal
lot had to be taken.
Charles King was nominated as a
candidate for auditor In place of
George Gall, nnd a separate ballot
had to be taken for this olll re, Gall
being elected, the vote stnudlng at
twenty-four for lilm to eleven for
The regular list of officers present
ed to Urn club, mid whl.h was elect
ed by the mcinheis last evening, was:
James Jaeger, for president; A. II.
Tarlcton, Ire-presldeiit; L. Ciinha,
captain; C 12. Ma'yne, vice-captain;
Wnlter Ily toft, commodore; Paul
Jnrrett, vice commodore; II. I.emke.
treasurer; A. T. Longloy, secretary;
George Gall, auditor.
Tho meeting was harmonious In
tho extreme, and after the election n
short social smoker was enjoyed
while tho members talked over the
prospects and plans for the coming
The club Is In good shapo finan
cially, there being n balance of near,
ly four hundred' dollars In the treas
ury, tho membership having been In
creased dining the past year by
clghty.one new members and twenty
ono members wore gotten rid of for
non-payment of dues, putting prac
tically tho whole club In the llvo
class, tho dead ones having been
College Presidents of
England to Consider
Football will como up for Consid
eration before the collage presidents
of llofton, Brown, llowdoln, Clark,
Dartmouth, IlnrvnfuV "Mlddlebury,
Trinity, Tufts, Vermont, Weslcynn,'
Williams nnd Yale, when they meet'
nt Amherst In the annual convention
of the New l.uglnnd Afcso'latlon of
College1 Presidents. -
uno additional oo.egnie irorr inu
fnculty of each college will bo urg
ent. Among tho questions to be run.
sldered will bo ns"t6"vhether tho
nml nil tr ntlilpllrs shall be with tho
faculty or not, nnd also ns to whetli-
er or not football reforms nre rum
clcntly numerous nnd radical to Jus
tify the continuance of the games.
The principal discussions of the
meeting, however, will be on ques
tions of education.
OF WORLD SERIES
Cubs Journey to Pacific Coast
to Try Out.
Frank Chan e. manager of tho
Chicago National League Club, will
try out n new method of winnowing
recruits who are candidates for iext
season's team, according to nn an
noun ement made by him recently.
lie will take his minor leaguo re
cruits to California, where, near his
winter home nt Gleudora, ho will lit
up a diamond and watch tho work
of the men, So fnr thirteen men
are scheduled to make tho ttlp.
n n it
Jack Shcildnn, tho umpire, scout,
has dug up one man and he has been
signed by Han Johnson. I In Is Mau
rice Fltzpatrlck of (ho Chicago City
The film of the moving pi ttiro of
the world's championship baseball sc
ries between the Cubs nnd the Ath
letics Is being shown In San Fran
cis o, Tho pictures nre much clear
er than those of a year ago, duo
largely to the almost perfect weath
er that was enjoyed nt four of the
Many familiar faces can bo pick
ed out on the .screen. Including that
of Fielder Jones 'In tho press box.
Johnny l.vors, tho Injured Cub who
could not play, Is Introduced. "Ty"
Cobb and "Ty" Cobb Jr. aro shown,
and tho two automobiles presented
to the leading batsmen of the Amer
ican League whirl across the Held.
Ono of the best plays shown Is whore
one of the Athletics makes a beau
tiful slide home but Is tagged nut by
s: tt ::
DOTS AND DASHES.
HONOR CHAMPIONS I
OF THE WORLD
Banquet at Philadelphia for
Two Hundred aiul, Fifty.
On the night of October 27 a big
banquet was given nt the Hotel Ma
jestic In Philadelphia by tho Ath-'
letlcs In honor of winning thu
world's championship, for which 250 J
(overs- were- laid.
Tho guests of honor wero tho
members of the Athletics nnd tho
baseball writers of the city, the only
'onu nbeent being Cnnnlo Mark, who
had left on his honeymoon that
Geoige M. Graham,, president of
the Sporting Writers' Association of
Philadelphia, acted ns toaftiuaster,
nnd among those In nttendnnce weroi
Mayor Itcyburn, Senators McNlrhol,
Vnro nnd Wolf, President Hazlctt of
ecle-t rouncll, President McCurdy ofi
common council, President Fogcl,
Charlie Dooln, Business Manager
Shettsllne nnd Sherwood Magco ot
the Phillies. Dlre:tor of Public
Works Clay. Superintendent of Po
lice Tnylor, Assistant Superintend
ent of Police O'Leary, James F. Mc
Laughlin, chief nt the electrical bu
reau; Monte Cross nnd Jack Knight
of tho 190.'. championship team, nnd
numerous other city officials nnd
Neither side scored In the soccer,
game played between Punahou and
Kaahumanit at Punahou yesterday J
afternoon, but a cording to reports
thero wns a great deal of dirty play-,
Ing and bad lnngungo used during
Tho Knms won their game j ester
day from lolanl School by a scoro of
2 to P, nnd the gnme passed off
smoothly without nny hnrd feelings.
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LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Tonight nnd toir.onow night nro
tho times for tho regular weekly
games of Indoor baseball at the Y.
M. C. A., and the games to bo play
ed this week will bo as fnst as
those In the past. At tho clnso of
tho baseball season In n few weeks. j
basketball will como to the fore, nnd
the placrs In the gym will dovoto
thcimclvcs to thnt sport.
There will bo a meeting of the
Onhu Junior League tonight nt Not
ley Hall, at which several matters
will he taken up. In the future tho
games of the leaguo will bo plnycd
nt Aula Park, nnd tho band will be
picsont at tho game next Sunday,
Ono of the poorest deer seasons In
years was experienced by New York
hunters this year.
Fiiday and Saturday, and Saturday
Matinee at 2:30 o'clock:
Tho Funniest Farce of tho Season:
"Other People's Money"
Why Etnnd when you can older In
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School of Physical Culture,
Scientific Massage, Medical
Gymnastics (Swedish Move
ments). Ladles Men's nnd Children's
classes. Hours: a. m. to 10 p.
m. and Private Instructfon.
.Mr. ('iistar lllorkman (or
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Masseur and Instructor of
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A MASQUERADE will be Riven by
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