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?' 10 - - KVnNINU HIM.I.HTIN. II0N0I.UMJ. T II , TUIISDAY, NOV. 2!. 1910. W
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The "Built Like k " Ml ,U ' . F Jf3 -- M'- 1
a Watch" Kind . I lfl 1 ---gg- ' -- 1 -&- " fl l 1
s LIGHTWEIGHTS KAHS RETAIN "" I ---s---.-- J
mm-x ARE LOSING CLEAN RECORD New Orpheum!
1 PliH'i Vlk Fcalhcrwciflhts In Boxing Beat Normal Three to Nothing i
I pZ J WB p) Gamo ass Thoir at sz:t ! .
B? eBMBbMII t'luaic.l circle tnil.iy luno roiic lie a coat of whitewash for tlio Nor- ""' .
E tiKSS55!HtHJ " ""' v,av "r l?v olKlits niiil priic- main hefore Hip merer came vlnrtvil Please Don't Miss It!i
W' y3iS2S??E2S'i"'v I leatl disappeared W n tonilltliin to estcnlay afternoon, a ml tills pre.
B VBMBMHE''l which the miurtlnir wotltl lias nvnl- illuhui was fiilllllcil when the name, " I
STERLING BICYCLES ar: exceedingly graceful in appearance
nml substantial in construct on. They arc made in one of the
largest and best equipped factories where for fourteen years Hhc
one aim has been to combine stjlc, running 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 taring facilities and a grcat output.
STERLING MODEL A. TRICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20, 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crani Bra.kct dropped 2Jnches.
CROWN: Oval, Nickel pla cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, nicksl trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel, 36 to rear. Hubs, s ndlc pattern with ball re
taincrs. Wood rims enameled to match frame,
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube cr M. & W. Double Tube.
WEAR: 75, 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-10 inch block, 1 inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wheeler Ho. 490.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up curve reversible.
CRANKS: 7 inch single piece, forged from selected stock.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
NOON T ii-w-t4.Tl AVER
TIBLE JU UI1U11 NOON
OFFICE 777 KING ST.
Remember that this Laundry
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To Get You Acquainted With Us
We want you to see our exceptionally low prices and
hitjh grade Clothing, then you will admit you have never
seen anything to equal them.
They arc in two and three-piece suits, WORSTEDS,
CHEVIOTS, CASSIMERES, FLANNELS, FRENCH ALPACA,
SELF STRIPE and BLUE SERGES. The latest 1911 pat
terns in stripes and checks.
has no branches.
Men, Don't Miss This!
That the lightweight ligliturs in
the equate.! circle today hao gone
the uav (if heav) weights ntnl prac
Ucall disappeared W n tonilltliin to
which the spurting world has avnl
cncil li the defeat In Sin rranclsto
hint week of Battling Nelson by
Moran In the eleventh niiinil of what
was BChcilu'ctl for a twenty-iotind
Moran Is a featherweight anil In
the battle In S.in l'rnnclxcn he de
feat cd the ex-llglitwelght champion,
nml the hcrt men In the game today
ran all make weight for the feather
In his fight at I.os Angeles August
"i with Connoly, Moran was second
ed by Jack (Ira e. now In Honolulu,
nml at that time Moran weighed In
at one hundred and twenty-four
Abo Atlcl can go in at 1 --:
pounds and ho weighed hut 123
when ho whipped Nelson. Wolgnst
can make 1LM easily and has
done It In previous battles.
In the featherweight class today
are Carney, Kid I.evlne, and
others, who are all good men, and In
the lightweights conic such men as
I'mvell, Krane, I'acKy Md'arliinc.
Young Karnc and Dick Ilyland. none
of whom arc In the same claps In the
fighting game as Wolgast, Moran and
I There Is the chance of n fight be
tween Wolgast and Moran early In
tlio oar now that the latter has put
It over Nelson and It is likely that
the go will be pulled olt In San Kran-
Icls-o In rehruary.
Wolgast claims that ono of his
I arms Is in had shapo from a break
' and bo will not he able to light for
, eecral months. Those on tlio Inside
claim, however, that he will he In
' shape to meet Moran In lVhruary,
probably early In the month.
It Is piedlctcil by Jack Oraco that
Wolgast will luno no troublo in lieut-
lng the Kngllshman. Uin o has Bce
, muled Moran and knows his lighting
ability and staying qualities.
a j: ::
Last evening for tho llrtt tlmo In
Honolulu molug plctuits of the Ne'-
ton-IMaml "3-roiind light wero
shown at tho Art Theater before a
largo ciuwil of pertons.
Tho pictures wore linniglit hero by
Jack draco and a privato exhibition
wiib cUcn lettcrday aftornoou, to
which a few were Invited.
Although tho lllms have been
shown on the coabt for to mo
tlmo they aro In good shape and aro
some of tho best that have over been
put before the public lieic.
:: :: n
Tho Knmchamolia Cadets went
through llattnllon drill followed hy
n dress paiadoxin the sehool grounds
vefcterday afternoon. Thcro was u
largo 'lowd of town folks present.
The Kams picdUtcd that it would
be a coat of whitewash for the Nor
mals before the merer game vlnrtvil
jcsterday afternoon, and this pre.
illuhm was fiillllled when the game
ended with a s -oro of 31) In their
Ily tho vletorj estcrday tho Kama
have won six st might games, and
tonioriow the icrles ends fur them
with a game with the I'utis.
Tho Normals lacked the dash and
go of their opponents In the gamo
jcttcrday. They lint up a stubborn
light and wcic on the defensive most
of the time during the game.
Kaellalll made the (trot goal, Ka
iilhaua the n'cond. and Manoha tho
third ono for the Kams yesterday..
Tho standing of tho teams In tho
league, and the re. old of games
Teams. ' 0. W. I.. Tied. I'd.
Kanichanic'hn fi K 0 (I l.OOfl
St. Louis I i 1 1
I'uiialiou " 1 0 I
Kaahiiman'u r 3 3 1
Normals " 1 3 3
Central I 1 3 1
lolanl r 0 3 3
lloynl 3 0 3 0
Wednesday, Nov. 9,
K:ahuuiami. T,; Itoynl, 0.
runaho'ti, 1; Central, 0.
Kamchanieha, 3; St. I.ouls, 0.
Iolaut, l); Normal, 0.
Friday, November 11.
I'uiialiou, 1; St. I.nuls, 1.
Knahiimanii, 1; lolanl, U.
Normal, 1; Hoyal, 0.
Monday. November 14.
Kamehnmcha, 3; Central, 0.
Wednesday. November 10.
I'uiialiou, 0; Kaahiimami. U.
Kiunehamelia, 3; lolanl. 0.
Friday, November 18.
lolanl, 0; Central, n.
Punnhou, 0; Normnl, 0.
St. I,onls, r,; Ilonl, 0.
Monday, November 21,
Kamchanieha, 3; Kaiiliumnmi, 0.
Wednesday, November 28.
Knmehainchn (won by forfeit)
St. Louis, 2; Kaahiimami, 0.
Central, 1; Normal, 0.
lolanl, 0; I'uunlinu, 0.
Monday, November 28.
Kainehnnieha, 3; Normal, 0.
For tomorrow tho games aro!
Kaahiiniiinu vs. Normal, at Makl
kf, 3 i. m.
Central vb. St. Louis, at Aala I'ark,
3 p. m.
Kamchamehu vb. I'uiialiou, at Ka
luchameha, 4 p. m.
OnlerH taken now for green Chrlbt
maa trcea at Henry May & Co, Ltd.,
I.eaillng'Grocers, telephone 1371.
Tho Trl-wcokly Handicraft will
bo biispendeil this week In order to
glvo tlmo for tlio regulur monthly
Wci-Lly lliillel In l irr jear.
Is Your Clothing
Tiir i ri rirD
I nr LLfiynii
This Is One Gcod Show!
Please Don't Miss It!
"Because She Loved
Geo. B. Howard and Company
Evening Prices, 25c, 35c, 50c.
Prom the Barnum &
Greatest Show on Earth
Opens in Honolulu under
Double Ring Tent
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Royal Academy of
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You'll find they're all good fel
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Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davics, Prop.
W ii k I y II u 1 1 u 1 1 ii SI per 3 c.ir.
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Mrs. Riley Harris Allen and Miss Eise Wcrthmucllcr
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 8.30 p.m.
Auspices of KJohana Art League.
Reserved Scats 50c.. 75n. and $1.00 at Bcrgstrom Mttsio Coi
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Seating Capacity 1500.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Revealing the famous b'attlc between
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School ot Physical Culture I
Sclcntltlo Massago, Meulual
Gymnastics (Swedish Move
ments). Ludlcs' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: u. m. to 10 p.
in. and Private Instruction.
.Mr, (luclav Workman (of
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liulni"is ofllce. Tlii'M' nru the Icle
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They are thoprodiict of.-the best rnakers, the materials
arc excellent, the tailoring faultless, the styles pleasing to
the quiet and to the fashionable dressers.
It is to the interest of every man to participate in this
great clothing event. Plain to say, we give good, solid,
honest value, and value sticks out all over our clothing.
Prices range from $6.50 to $21.50 and worth from 40
to 65 per cent more. Before buying any clothing look at
our goods and prices. It will convince you of our great
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