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f.VRtftNO ntlM.RTIM. KONOMII.H. T II., MONDAY, NOV. 2, 1010.
80 Just Arrived
C.rfjCL js ft 1 ii. I 1 nTh
The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
STERLING BICYCLES ar: exceedingly graceful in appearance
and substantial in construct on. They are made in one of the
largest and best equinoed factories where for fourteen years the
one aim has been to combine style, runnine and wearing qual
ities with moderate price. The quality which enters into these
bicycles is made possible onlv by the possession of this long ex
perience, unequalled manufa:turinp; facilities and a great output.
STEELING MODEL A. PRICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20, 24. Main tubes. 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bra:ket dropped' 2 Inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel pla cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, nicksl trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel. 3G to rear. Hubs, simdle pattern with ball re
tainers. Wood rims enameled to match frame.
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube or M. & W. Double Tube.
tfEAR: 75, 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-16 inch block, 1 inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wheeler No. 490.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up curve reversible.
'CRANKS: 7. inch single piece, forged from selected stock.
E. O. HALL fc SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
Mont Rouge Wines
NOON T -i-mjVTfe after.;
TIME XiUIllll NOON'
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
, Alskea and Queen Streets
mtktuit Skfrl. If U ilm..i -ar. .,J,
you want to drink the best, inch as
CRESTA BLANOA and INOLEN00K
WINES. KINO WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAfJNE,
which we carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
MACFARLANE & CO,,
OPEN DEC. 1
.tt'ntk mi the New llijou thentor,
which la located on tlio former she
of the Princess skntlng rink, has
progressed so rnillly that It will he
turned oev to Its proprietors soernl
days ahead of the mhertlgcd tlmo of
Its formal opening Although the big
spnclous, airy and commodious, play
house la practically complete and
ready for occupancy thn management
.has decided to defer the opening till
Thursday evening, December 1, ns ad
vertised. Thnnksglvlng day forty car
penters handled, cut and (aid 2.i,noo
Teet of flooring, building it nn nn In
cline that permltfl a perfect view of
the stage from any part of the t ho
lder. The tact that the building Is
open on three Bides will make It an
Ideal amusement place both In win
ter and Hummer an thn rooting scheme
will shelter from the rain In wet
weather while it will he nH cool In
tho hot months ns tho open air.
Striking nn Innovation In the way of
vaudeville and motion pictures the
llijou will offer nothing hut first class
talent and new animated picture sub
jects. At lists will he brought from
Hie coast regularly and changes In
the program will bo mado twice week
ly. The Wllhelnilnn, which is duo
here tomonow, has among Its pas
sengers seen vaudeville, artists, u
complete orchestra of eight pieces
and Mr. Sam Kubey, who will hae
the management of the new house.
liullt along lines to meet oery re
quirement of thp theater-goer, aa well
ns to meet nil tho oxlgcncles'of weath
er conditions tho New nijou bids fair
to take Its place In tho front rank of
local theaters. As for the comforts
of Its patrons oery detail has been
provided for. In n word the now
nmusement place will he first class In
every pnrtlcufar. Tho opening bill
will bo announced Inter.
There w-ns n tlmo when the peoplo
wcro not wild over baseball, but It
was before baseball was Invented,
and that means n groat mnny years
ago. ii tho early athletic recors of
Chicago cricket preceds the present'
national sport. The tribe of base-'
ball fans appeared, however, before
tho Ivll war. During that strug-!
gle there was, of oiirne n check on
profefslonnl sports of nil kinds, l.'it'
with the mining of. peaio there wns
n sreal revlnl. Hero Is n bit of lo
cal hlttory dated September, 1870:
"ClitrnRci Whlto Stockings, having
dofented tho Ucd Stooklngs of Cin
cinnati nt thnt city, received nn
ovation from 100,000 people on their
return homo 'and wcrp tendered a
banquet nt the llrjggs house."
The town had about .100,000 In
habitants nt tho time, so that if tho
nvntlon wns up lo the reports about
one-hlrd of tho peoplo turned out to
meet the conquering horoes.
Verily there wcro fnns In those
loys. Cnn wo heat thorn now? Chi
BEATEN BY ONE
jTho Kami wcro dofented at soc
cer Sat in day nftcinoou by n team
composed of High School nliimnl by
ono goal during tho Iant half of the
It wiib n practlco gnmo to break
the nliimnl In for tho series which is
to bo plnyejl In Hawaiian Association
Koothall belles opening Dcccmbor 17.
Tho lineup; . ., ,,
Highs Henry 'Chlltoii.ojl lender;
ill till It f1nr i.tnki V..lll....1.. !..
Johnny Claik, Islft uljliqck; Jllck,-
man, ch fullback; H,
worth, ccntSei luiltA(ql,lnri right
half; 0IW)r.8oftr5W..li!flff rrrcn.
do, center forwjcKlj sfiig Iling. hi-
sldo loftl.'IIohDhil klilo lAt: Vi
m .'. -- 4 IJt.'ll . ,
v'"' in.", jfiiiirtpiiiiuiuii,'1 iu'
Kams Harold OiHlfrcy, left end;
Noah, left conlor: Kamnlopllt. ccnlor;
Sam Hussoy, right center; Wnlulonlo,
right end; Apnii, left half; S, Hush,
center half; II. Ilrnndt. right half;'
Cnpt. Hen Hussoy. left full; Knlnl,
right full, nnd I.ujan, goal tender.
COLDS CAU8E HEADACHE
LVXATIVE DROMO-OUININR. ro.
moves tho cause. Used tho world over
to cure a cold In ono day. 13. W.
GROVU'5. signature on each Ikix. Mmla
IHRI3 MGUICINU CO. fUlnt Uuii. U. S, A.
Honolulu Boy Won Game for
Harvard from Army By
I.otlirop Wlthtngtnn of Harvard
was the" heio of the Hnrvntd-Vcst
I'olnt game, neeordlug to a graphic
account of the rmitect In a Now
Yoik paper. It rays:
I.iieU won Harvard's gnme against
the Army nn tho academy Held nt
West Point yesterday afternoon, 'in
the score of fi to o there Is summed
. u. .r, m i..h .... u.e nurn-
est gnme the Crimson has had this
m-hmiii, mil oi me iinruesi u is likely
to have. The Army fought ItH licnv-
ler opponents through every second
of the play, mid In tho opinion of
the great crowd that witnessed the
contest honors were .n. despite thej
Harvard Used Best Team.
llnrvnrd put Its best tenm Into the
mm. ii ..MMiK.il mree inn i-ievi-ua
aiong, ami miring ino warming-up
practice, nil thirty threo men were
nt work. The full sqund of the Army
looked very small beside this aggre
gation, hut the knowledge that Har
vard had more substitutes than It
wns likely to use In half n dozen
games made little difference to tho
soldiers. They seemed to And new
Inspirator In tho knowledge that
they warp outnumbered na well ns
Harvard's beef wns very apparent
throughout tho gnme. Most of her
gnlnsvore made with straight plung
ing through the Army line, mid there
was time nfter tlmo when It seemed
thnt nothing roul stop her dogged
progreRS down tho field. Hut the Army
found n. wny ench time, evon when
It -wns pressed so closo it almost
literally braced Itself ngnlnst Its goal
posts to stop the hnmmorlng.
The pluy wns too open to n mark
ed decree, even for tho now rules.
Hardly u movement of tho ball wns
ma irom any oi mo sianus, n conai
tlon for which West Point was largo-
ly rohpoiiBlble. Harvard p!ncd her thick j-eplrs nnd that torrlhlo Itch,
men eloso all through tho gamo;Tho germs multiply f amor than Nn
even when kicks were plainly com- t" cnn throw them off.
Ing none but her backs plioed awayl Nmv- tlicr0 I"-nly ono wny In get
from tho line. West Point, on tho rid of these gorms-lhcy must bo kill
other hand, kept either tackles or Pl1 l" "lelr 'O'lBlng p'acn. Hosing thn
ends well back nt all times, nnd ""raach or trying to .euro tho blood
found the po'ley n vnlunhlo ono ov " '"" Tf "l!'""' K1" V'0 KermB I",'!
my fow minutes. Her great wenk- 't Is why nil tho blood rouindlos fall
" ... Ill PPZPlllfl! thnt f nlsn -vlir nn1vp4
noiB seemed to bo In
men down tho f.old on kicks,
nnd again. Harvard might punts
nnd rognlned heavily on the slow-
nes of the Army.
Then luck put on her red lilan.
Kct. Tho signal enmc for a fako n
sldo klik, hut Just ns tho hnll start
ed for Dean Capt. Wlthlngton leap
ed forward, from right tn klo nnd
took It. .Wlthlngton swung on lilsjhonllhy growth, glilng Nntuio al
heel toward the Army gonl, nnd ns chanco. while killing tho germs fnstcr
ho tucked tho ball Into tho crookl'" 'oy can multiply,
of his elbow n groan went up, for Honolulu Drug Company of this city
the ball slipped nwny from him nnu.iocomnicnds I), n. D. Prescription, nl-
went bounding townrd the line on
Ih own respnnslhlllty.
Whut followed wns moro basket,
ball than football. Tho Army men
seamed rooted to tho ground whoio
they stood, nnd tho Harvard men
wore not much moio sprt, for what
seemed minutes passed before nny
defeusa nt nil milled around Wlth
lngton. He plunged desperately nf
ter the h.lll, and Just ns his fingers
touched It' It rolled nwny ngnln. Kor
teiynrda he dribbled It for all tho
wrtd,,ng If ho wero on n 'gymnasium
lloory'hut Just ns his men closed,;nk
nrrtlinil 1 lilm ntl.I Hint aAldlm... nnltia
,..,.., - .y.i.i ... ia iiiui nwiuii;i n villi."
pouncing nfter him he got a 'rent
". o... L"j .: : " "iJi w::in
or the pnjjfltouchdowiflof tiejBame.l(Manamenrif am'Kiioey,)
l'lTUr' lellil itlfiFP irnM. i-' ..
Tfi'e.flrkt ..wpVrJ pasij-of UiUljnr
foJIcWfllfUj's nppQarnricoWW Jtl
line,' 'Krothlnghnm'B throw tfeii
', . .'Ilffk ..J
"'" w 'viiri:rii
blocked, however, by Snaldlngs.
Impetuous leap into the air. He
enmo hnek flvo ynrds with the ball
nnd McDonald kicked for twonty-flvo
morn, Arnold getting down under
It so rapidly thnt tho guln wns full.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
It Is suggested tluit crzemn surfer
ers nsk Honolulu Hrug Co of this city
.nlinl rrporls they are getting from
the patients who hnvo used the nil of
wlntorgreen liquid compound, 1). I). PRICES 10 and 15c NO HIGHER wnlched my chaiuo nnd helped my
D. Prescription, Seating Capacity 1500. sell.
"Ilecauso She Loved 1 Jim So," it
lunu comedy In three ucts, and one
that lias created a furore, all nvpr tho
Sta.es, will bo the offering of tho
George II. Howard Company nt the
New Orphcum this evening, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Thursday, Friday
and Saturday and Saturday matinee
William Ulllette's famous comedy "AH
, tho Comforts ol Hoiiip,".WI bo pre
Tho -story of "Ilecauso She Loved
Him So" deals with the infelicities of
married life where too gieut n pre
ponderance of Jealousy Is mixed with
, ,mc ,,. t tf nter 8tlnB nIU,
currca mnny Blllmong y,McU llffor(1
m.pu lor cleu,r CUB( nU ()f
wlitcH aro sure to bo taken advantage
FOR ANNUAL WALK
Hvery day 'brings out statement
from ,,, ,,,,, , cnlop ,hp
nllllllill walking contest
18, nnd Ihe latest addition to tho
huiieli Is Antono Knoo, who will give
the other contestants n walk for
Henry Chllllngwortli plnns to be
In tho real raco thls'ycar down Kn
Inknim avenue, hnd be nnil Knoo
will probably bo leaders In tho
Dick Sullivan has expressed his
Intention of not entering, although
ho will put up n cup for tho win
ner, nnd Ayies, who cntno In second
last year. Is out of the country!' so
ho will not take part.
Kleven men havo signified their
Intention of entering; which prom
ises n good field.
ECZEMA A GERM DISEASE.
When the skin of nn eczema suffer
er Itches and burns In untold agony,
do jou know what is going on within
tho pores of that skin?
Myriads of mlcmicopic animals nro
gnawing nt tho flesh hreaklnir down
tho flno cells nnd causing festers,
" -fcV-tllH, I1IUI in 111.7 1 113
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".. ..." IU,, I Wll-,l,ll W.tll ll llil IIU'
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i Ordinary oil of wlntorjtrccn proper
ly compounded In liquid form will
penetrate tho jxircs of tho skin nnd
kill tho eczema germs. If properly
mixed with thymol, glycerine nnd oth
er Ingredients (ns In D. D. D. Pros
cription) this wnsh will bul)d up tho
tlssuo of tho skin nnd promote its
fl0 D- " Sonl'-
Thoio Is enough gold In tho seven
sens to give us $24JOOO,6oq nploco,
hut It would cost more thnn thnt to
get it Into our bank account.
iiou i neater
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tli row WelhSf'JMiei ai. uno. Bethel, anajiPahahi
. . - l -. tl ri- , . .
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HONOLULU'S LARGEST, SAFEST
MOST COMFORTABLE PLAYHOUSE
WILL OPEN THURSDAY, DEC. 1.
7 VAUDEVILLE STARS 7
LATEST MOTION PICTURES.
Mrs. Arthur Bur'.ctte Injjalls, VicVnist
Ass ted by
Mrs. Riley Harris Al!e:i and Mies Else Wcrthmuellcr
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 8.30 p.m.
Auspices of Kilolnna Art League,
Reserved Scats 503.. 7uc. and $1.00 at.BenrstrOm Muiio Co.
, TONIGHT TONIGHT
The Funrl est Ever
Geo. B. Howard and Company
"Because She Loved
ORDER YOUR SEATS TODAY.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Eve's
SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY,
Two-Thirty p. m.,
Any Seat in the House 25c.
All the Comforts of Home
BY WILLIAM GILLETTE.
Evening Prices, 25c, 35c, 50c.
From the Barnum &
Greatest Show on Earth
Opens in Honolulu under
Double King Tent
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WISE & MILTON
THE MUSICAL MILLERS
GEO. W. STANLEY
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture,
Bclentlllc Massuge, Mcdlcnl
Gymnastics (Swedish Move
ments). Ladles' Men's nnd Children's
classes. Hours: a. ra, to 10 p.
m. and Private Instruction.
31 r. (iutftiir lllorkmnu (of
Iloynl Swedish Oymn. InBt.)
Masseur and, Instructor of
ROyfll ACSdCHiy Of
Odd Fellows' Hall
Mother I hope wou didn't 'ask Mr
enko twlco when you took ten with
Mrs, Hi own,
smnll Hobby "No. indeed. 1
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
Begins at G :45 P. M,
Musical Artists Prom Orpheum
Artistic Song nnd Danco World
boaters In Their Lino
Monologue and Coon Shouter
COUNTESS DE P0MME
WILLS & HASSAN
World's Qroatcst Equilibrists
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
Admission 15c. 10c, So
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
they're all good fel-
"It's ihe Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
Sold bv - j
F0K SALE AT ALL BASI
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Streets