Newspaper Page Text
1 1 t
r.VRNINtl llltl.l.lMIN. HONOLULU. I
i:i)Ni:si).v. nuv an, lam.
You go you can always get
-- r 4
H z.s;-,x v.mm. . y
ro t ifi,;- .; r i'
r r. . 'ftm
because the majority of people
want it and so it comes to them.
The Beer that Suits the People
Have you ever used it I It makes old thiims new. Nothing can
touch it for Wooduoik of all sorts. Tmnos Furniture, Carnages,
Automobiles or Bicycles.
It is applied with a cloth and .s not a Varnish, but a Sur
It is wonderful for dusting If you have nctcr used it, try
it: if you have been using it, jou won't want to ston and this
mil remind yoj that wc have a good stock of Liquid Veneer in
all sized bottles.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
ART GLASS DOMES
Specially Selected For the Holiday Trade
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.,
WINES AND LIQUORS
Family Trade a Spcoialty
HAVE LUNCH WITH US
ROSA & CO.iWN YOU DRINK
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAX
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets i
yon want to drink the best, snch as
CRESTA BLANCA and INOLENOOK
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 nait of the city.
HACFARUNE & CO.,
Track Winners Title Taken
from Them Because of
Minibus of the Iiilviiolligluto
Couicrinie Alhlitli u&soJniioii s
njinuilttiu explain tliu iuIis wliii.li
dcpiltid .None Dame, uulteiislt) ut
lib title of lonfeicnio trnik cli.im
plons, ulil til was won Juno I In
louipiilllou wlili iiitltcd teams tep
losontlng iolligcs throughout tliu
wist l ho uitlun was liikun, It In
u.ilil, buiuiso Phlibiook iiiid Dlm
in kl., two or .Notro Dames hcatlisl
point it' tins, had competed In iul
lego athlcllis muiu tliiiu tliu four
)cirs pm milled b) iho loufcieiiio
rutin Ibis was tliu lewult of lints
ligations stinted 1j tlio loiifcicuio
vtumlttcc following n protest lodged
b) the Unhcrsltj of California the
il.i of tlio meet and referred to tlio
.irhltriitoi of the conference, 1'iof.
C. A Waldo of Washington milters-
George "It Morton, Minnesota, a
memlier of the (ouunltteo which
made the ruling todi cvplalncd tho
(leluj of fum months In making the
decision, B.i lug It had taken 1'iof.
C A Wi'do, oirtl.il mbltrator of
the confcrtMHP, this time In which
to decided whether Whitman college,
nf Walla Wnlla, Wash, where Phil
brook and Dlmmlik coniicted prior
to going to Notre Dame, should ho
Included In the list of 'Vollcgcs" for
athletic purpos." Thin was tho
mooted point and when Prof. Waldo
decided the school had tho status
of a college the conference commit'
tee decided to tako from Notro
Dames total the points won by tho
Ilorton said the action of tho com
mltteo wan not rcstroictitc.
"The Ut of colleges for nthlctlo
purposes Is not complete and docs
not pretPnd to be," said he. "Addi
tions arc mado bj I'rof. Waldo from
time lo time Tor Instance, neither
Yule nor Hitnaid Is on tho list, ct
nobod) In tho wcl would consider
llieso stlpols as not of iMflklenl
standing to warrant a paer, after
hating competed four cais on one
of these teams, from coming west
and plujlng on a western school
oleten for another thrco cars as
permitted b) tho conferonco."
Mr. Hoi ton was asked If tho rulo
was not rctronctlte In that It baried
Dlmmlik and Phllhrook, men who
had competed on tho Whitman col
lego team pietlous to Its being put
on the list In 1908, but had not com
peted slnio that time.
"Not fat all." said Mr Ilorton.
"The rule merely Is birring tho men
fiom Notro Dame and so Is not to.
Dlmmlik mid I'hllbiook won four
teen points In tho inoct. 'Ihclr team
had t total of twentj-nlno and must
bo content with fifteen under tho
conference1!) titling. 1'hllbrook was
first In tho shot put and discus thtow
and third In tho high Jump, whllo
Dlmmlik wuh siioud In Iho hummer
As will bo temembored, Lelalid
Htuiifoid finished mi mid with sev
enteen points. 'Iho Tin western
sthiol dois not gain tinj additional
points beutufo of tho illsqualltlc i-
tlop of tho two men, hut none of
tlio other iloto lltuls Chicago, C tl
Ifuinla anil llllnol w'lll ptollt
ounrgh lo make much dtrtotcuie
tt It tt
NELSON AND MORAN
FIGHT ON THURSDAY
Promoter Jiimcu Coffioth .has
matihed (lattllng Kcdson and Owin
Morau to light twout) lounds befoie
hl-i dub on the -(tornudu of Nov.
20 In San rianclsco In an open-air
Jack (liaio. Nelson's manager and
trainer, said the former champion's
engagements in Kansis Cltj had been
cameled tempoinilly and that Nel
son would icmaln en tho toist In
Chailes Wobb Murph) of C'hliago
bus remniked that ho will p.ij I.tb,
000 foi Clulst MntthowsOn auj tlmo
the New Yoik dub wishes to sell,
nnd that "Chi 1st j" inn make out his
own contract This Is n i frnrd prlco,
but It wou'd not lake long foi Mur
phj to get his mono bark.
Thanksgiving Day Attraction
at Kapiolani Park In
Tor bport tomorrow Kapiolani of
fers tho otth events to take tho
populate Into tho open air to waUl'
something exciting, and tho motor
cycle races to be pulled oft at tho
truck at Walkll.l 'will surd) bo well
w oi th bocing '
Thcic will bo no hoi sc rates n
was at IltBt planned, but thine nto
slx ottnts on tho motorcjclo l 'jc 1-
tile, the hist ono being ii on -nilio
slow i.icc whlih will pro'm'y bo
ino lunnisct tiling on tuo 'vnoio iho
'I lie first i.uo will bo Btartcd at
one o'clock and tho program ar
tanged Indudis tho following
1. rivo'inllc race for slnglo cjl-
Indcr motots, JV& lip. and under.
2. Tcn-mllo nice for slnglo cyl
inder motors, I li p. and under.
3. Twcutj mile race for twin
c) Under motors, C h p. and under.
4. Ttto-mllo championship, freo
for all; time icioid taken,
3. Tttent-Ile miles, frco for all,
? h.p. and uudir.
G. One mile slow race; slowest
machine wins; no pedal chains al
lowed nor fieo engine,
Kntrle for the cicnts close nt It!
J. Hcrgor's, 1181 Alakea street, at
noon tomorrow and all those desiring
to enter machines should do so be
fore that hour.
Prizes domted for the taces are:
Silver cup, I!. O. Hall & Son; silver
medal, by It. J. Uerger and Wm
Prucha H Co ; ten gallons of inotoi
ejelo oil, hy Dearborn Drug Coni'
pany; retread for motorKjcle tiro, J
W. Keichncr; one dozen Coltunhla
dry cell, by llnuolulu Klectrlc Com-
pnn. Other prizes will be donated
Tho inotorcjclcs can go some, and
those who hnvt never scon them nt
top speed will ?eo something that
will surprise them in tho races to
morrow when the drivers cut looio
and go against time.
Thanksgiving Day there will bo an
open golf tournament on Ilnlelwn
golf links, In which any plajcis In
tho Tcirltory may compito for tho
two prUis given hy tho club.
This tourney was dcilded upon nt
a meeting of tho club last night, and
tho members hopa that thcio will bo
u largo number of golfers fiom Ho
nolulu on tho links for tho compe
tition, which staits nt 10 o'clock In
Tho club has also decided upon
putting up n perpetual ihamplonship
cup, to bo competed for In tho samo
manner as tho Manoa Cup, In Ho
Tlio playing for this "up will torn
inonio on tho links ut llalclwa, Do?
(embei I, nnd tho eight plnveis
making tho lowest bcoro will qualify
for tho final round, which will bo
plated off on Dei timber 11.
1 his competition Is foi members of
the dub only.
Pieparntlons nio being mado nt
Wulnlui for the annua jaccs to bo
held on New Year's Day, and tho
entiles this ear-irouilso to bo larger
than eter before.
I'll II details nt tho meet hate not
been worked out ns ct but tlieio
will be at least six rnees tin tho pro
gram, with tho usiul cowboy thriller
among i,hem. (
tt tt ti
It Is reported In New Yoik huso
ball clrdcs that tho malcontents who
mado Hp tiler's elo (ton Imposslb'n as
picsldout of the National League last
winter, havo nlroad taken up mips
against Tom I.tnr-h and propose to
li ito a new president
Joe Tlnkci, the Chltago Inlleldei,
sins tho leaum the Cubs lost tho
tniles was betansn thei aie too wise
nnd k,nnw too murh lnsebnll for their
nw n good He sats tint It his taken
away fiom them the fighting spirit
that won so mnnv pennants,
Elmer Stricklett Stumbled
Onto It by Mistake on
KM'ijoiiu has heard about thosplt-,
Ji.ill, but ten clianics to ono ou
flfin't l iimw ttlin I it i mil nil It '
Walsh, Couilskc's btur swlrlci?
Oil, no, not at all. Walsh mado it
fiimous, that's tine, but tho thapwho
leallj gate tlio spllhall to tlio great
Amorlinn snort lias qulcth slipped
ma tho darkness of baseball obscu-
ms name was Minor Strl-klctl,
and ho notcr ranged much ubnto
so Olid or third class, but Just tho
sinio a llttlo uliho has got to bo
sited In btsiball'8 hall of fame for
It was down In Mailln Springs,
Tex, In 1901, when tlio Whlto So
were training tlicie. Stricklett was
on the pitching statt. Ono day Cal
lahan called him aside nnd asked:
"Haven't jou got n good slow
"I've got something better than
that," said Strltklett, and then ho
gate the first public exhibition of
tho spltball. Ho had stumbled on It
accidentally and had worked It out
to n certain degree of perfection.
Walsh was standing not tcry far
away and dlscntered how to throw
the spltball. He went lo work on It
nnd earned his title of xtho "spltball
Tho spltball Is ono that goes
straight till It gets to tlio plate,
when all of n sudden It daitB down,
or to one side, and some big hall
plnjcrs hato said It Is practli.ijly
Impossible to hit it. Walsh moistens
his flngcis nnd rubs then otor tho
coicr-ltko area made b tho scam of
the ball. Then he lets loose. Tho
ball. If batted, Is thoroughly dry ho
fore It reaches tho Innds of tho
Walsh supplies tho moisture In n
natural way, coaxing It along with
a llttlo cud of gum. Soino placrs
nic not quite so refined, lionet cr, and
n member nf tho Now York Giants
nc'iuses Iluggs llajmond of cnnsum'
Ing no cents' worth of slippery elm
otcry tlmo ho pitches a game.
GREAT LUCK NOW
Largo Bags of Plover, Duck
and Sonic Pheasants,
Honolulu hunters uro biingiug In
some good bags of gamu these, dajs,
tho plutcr anil duck from tho other
sldo of tho island being regular re
plenlsheis of tho lardci rtf mail) u
llonoluluan uterj. week,
Mcmbeis of Hawaiian Gun Club
go oter to tho other sldo for tho
week cuds, setcial automobile, par
tics being made up each wick, and
tho return fiom tho hunting gioumls
Is ii1wih n triumph int one.
Plptcr nru nuiiiuouK, nnd duik
fiilily so w It'll pheasants
st a rte. Iho best shots Inturlubly
biing In ono of tho latter hltds ho
rides a number of tho others to show
for tho wiek-oml woik, how oter,
t: tt u
.In k Johiibou has been offoied
Sjr,,00U lose, win, or draw, to fight
Joe liannctto in Paris tho day tho
Gi.ind l'rlx Is run next )cai, tho
light to go to u finish, oi SL'D.UOO for
u tweut i mind conteft. Jcannctto
has never been knocked out, nnd a
J ear ago In a 49 lound fight at Pat la
ho put MiVc, tho California negro,
Chin llo Ucllly, who left tlio city
last week, hopes to get n go with
Kittling Nelson nftor tho hitter's go
with Mor.in In Sin rrancWco tomoi
low night. Rcllly thljiUs. ho can
siay wun ino nniiier ami tnon
reputation would bo mado.
Dan 11. Murphy, the well known
rowing coach of tho Portland How
Ing Club and of the Stanford trows,
Is dead nt his home In Now London,
Conn., of lanior. Htei slmo his so
tcio Illness of two e.iis ugo ho
has been on tho decline,
Aecnidlng to llin .Inhtipnn, tho
coming nnnitni meeting of the Amer
ican l.eigun and nil futuio meet
lugs will he held in Chicago,
MONSTER HOLIDAY MATINEE
TOMORROW AT 2:30 P.-M.
Last Performance of:
The Man from Mexico
TOMORROW NIGHT. TRIDAY AND
SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY
"THE SULTAN'S DAUGHTER".
A Farcial Scream!
A Laugh a Minute!
YOU MUST OltDint HAULY
EVENING PRICES... 25c. 35c. 50c
From the Barnum &
Greatest Show on Eanh
Opens in Honolulu under
Double Ring Tent
ALOHA IIA'III 11 (I US U.
School of Physical Culture,
Sclontltlc Massage, Medical
Gymuastlis (Swedish Mote
uicnlH). Ladles' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a in. to 10 p.
m and 1'iltiito Instruction.
Jlr. (Iiiflin Illorkmim (of
Itoyul Swedish Gymn liibt.)
Masseur mid Instructor of
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL
Thursday, November 24, 1910
4 FOUR PRIZES 4
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
Odd Tcllows' Hall
GRAND THANKSGIVING BALL
Wednesday, November 23, 1910
K. of P. Hall, Corner Tort an
HVHItYilODY COIIHI M.Y lNVlTUl)
BOTH MEN ARE
WILLING TO FIGHT
M'Gurn Will Fjght Anything
There Is-Money In.
Tito only obstacle to a light bo
tweon Alietiullllll Hall nnd .Inn Mi.-
(llllll seems the lurk of n miimnlnr
to btnit tho thing going, both the
men aro wlftlng and anxious to fight.
Joo Is going hack to the coast be
foio long nnd ho would like a tow
lights hefoio ho leites, Just to fill
his pocket-book to otcrflowlng' loo
siijh he will light mi) bod) ns long as
tlieio is (olu In tho mutch,
It beeins piobablo now that n soiles
of mntthes will ho ni ranged for tho
linlltlnjH, there Is plent) of tlmo for
Foino promoter to get Into the pamo
and nil align bouts that will draw a
a big rrottil.
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
Begins at G:45 P. M.
Musical Artists l'lom Orplicum
Artistic Song and banco World
beaters in Ihclr Lino
Monologue, and Couu Shoutcr
COUNTESS DE P0MME
WILLS & HASSAN
World's Greatest HqulllbrUts
ion Pictures ,
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
Admission 15c. 10c, 5o
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WISE & MILTON
THE MUSICAL MILLERS V
GEO. W. STANLEY
LATEST MOTION TICTURES
I acific y
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all Rood fel
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. n. Davics, Prop,
Cream Pure Rye
Sold bv ,
I0VEJ0Y AND 0 0,
F0S SALE AT ALI BAKI
Regal Shoo Store,
.runp; ana ucinei atrccts
VTJ i fcU W1"