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HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 1910,
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Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of LADIES',
CHILDREN'S and INFANTS' WEAR.
SrECIAIS IN OUR INFANTS' WEAR DEPARTMENT
INF. SLIPS, tucked and cmb. yoke $ .50
INF. SLIPS, hand stitched anl tucks '. . .00
INF. SKIRTS, tucked bottom 50
INF. FLANNEL SKIRTS. Iiani-stitchcd hem 1.00
INF. FLANNEL PINNING BLANKETS 50
INF. GOWNS, domct flannel, ribbon trimmed .' 50
HAND-CROCHET BOOTEES 15
HAND-CROCHET SACQUES .25
All Packages to the "Islands" will
be sent free of charge
Send for our Infants' and
Grant Ave. andGcary St.
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Sterling! ic ycles
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nnd substantial in construction. They are made in one of the
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STERLING MODEL A. PRICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20, 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bracket dropped 2 inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel plated.
FINISH: Black enamel, nickel trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
iron wneel, 30 to rear. Hubs,
tainers, Wood rims enameled
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube
GEAR: 75. 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-16 inch block, 1 inch
SADDLE: Wheeler No. 490.
HANDLEBARS; 18 inch up curve
CRANKS: 7 inch single piece,
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WHITES ARE NOW
Defeated Blues Last Niqht
, 10-9 in Y M. C. A
i The Whites defeat oil the lllticn nt
Indoor batchall at the Y. M. C. A.
liibt nlRht before u lurgo crowd, the
fcioro being 10 to 9, liy wlilch tlio
.Whites dutni tlio cliiiiiiploiistilp of
It wan u hoart-breukliiK Rama from
botli tlio point of view of spoliators
ami pin) em, first olio sldo and then
the other being ahead, nnd It wiik nut
until tho last of the ninth that the
gunio was secure to tho Whites.
White ami llluo HiipiiorterH were
about evenly divided along tho bide-1
lines, ami their clamor added to tho
excitement of the match In no Binall
Ily winning lust night tho Wliltcs
cinch the championship, as they wcro
olio gnino ahcail of tho lllucs, and
had the latter won they woulil hnvo
had to play the lllacks to obtain u
Tho lineup of the teams:
Whites Lewis c: Cannon, p; L.
Itiigor. lb: I'errclra, 2b; Clark, :1b;
Marino, ss Jtascmun, rf; Nott, If.
lllucs Klemme, c; Ilonan, p;
Dwlght, lb;. Deollo. 2h; N. Mc
(lulre, 3b; K. McUuIre, ea; Duncan,
rf; llort Nott, If.
Umpires II. Zcrbo uml L)r, Hand.
Scorer Alvln Sllva.
FOR McKINLEY HIGH
Next TucMlay afternoon u meeting
will bo held at the McKlnley High
School to devlso some way by which
an athletic Held may be obtained for
the school, Alfred i). Cooper being
behind the scheme.
Several sites uro talked of, among
them Thomas Square, but It is not
thought that tho lcsldcnts around
that spot will tuko kindly to the
proposition any moro than they did
n year or more ago, when tho same
idea was advanced by friends of the
However, It Is thought that some
thing run bo decided upon at tho
meeting Tuesday, and tho school will
undoubtedly have, an athletic field in
. a short time.
SOCCER MAY BECOME
A UNIVERSITY SPORT
Carrying out un idea of a year ago,
It has been decided ut tho University
of California to tako up soccer foot
ball us u fall and Spring sport, l'ruc
tico will begin at once, iimonc tho men
who were not football candidates for
Itugby honors, while mast of the
varsity players have signified their
Intention of taking up the soccer.
gimicT after tho holidays.
It has been, planned to orgimliro
class teams and to select u varsity
team. Fraternities and clubs will put
teams In the field, uml aid to organize
u California Soccer league Tho
saino plans uro being curried out at
Stanford, nnd n match between the
teams of tho two big universities will
ho held early In tho spring, If pres
ent plans aro curried through, al
though tho game will not be placed
upon it regular intor-collegliito basis.
H the leaguo is successfully cur
ried through games will ho played be
tween the blue and gold and soccer
loams nnd Occidental Collego, Neva
da, I'Dinona, Southern California,
Washington and OrrgQn, as well us
with tho local teams, In tho Soccer
league of San Fraticisco,'
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
A feeling of security comes by hav
ing t)ils famous remedy on hand. s It
Is nr JopedaJiWijfraTagjuird, 'against
colle, dlniilioa,' cranipay 'iEc, 35c nnd
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St SPORT CALENDAR. tt
tt Tonight. tt
tt lti-Rular Mutches Uctween llnso- tt
tt ball Tennis nt Y. M. C. A. flym. tt
tt Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 10, 11 tt
tt President's Golf Tournament tt
U Oahu Country Club. Continues JS
tt every second Saturday nnd tt
tt Sunday each month. tt
tt Soccer Kiuns vs. Mallcs, Knino- tt
tt hninehn Held. tt
tt Football Kama vs Ticked Team, tt
tt Saturday, Dec. 17. tt
tt Soccer Series Hawaiian Asso- tt
tt elation Football Lc.iguo com- tt
tt mencen, ' tt
U Sunday, Dec. 18. tt
tt Kalnkaua .Wcuuo'W'nlklng Huco. Jl
tt Friday Dec. 23. tt
tt Field Meet at Fort Shatter. t:
tt Dec. 24, 25, 26. tt
tt Airship Flight Moaniiliia by tt
tt Uml Mais. tt
tt Monday, Dec. 26. tt
tt Big Fight at Asahl Thcatro With it
tt Preliminary Ilouts. tt
tt Saturday, Dec. 31. tt
tt Huco Meet at llllo Special tt
tt Steamer from Honolulu Leaves tt
tt Friday Afternoon. tt
tt Airship Flight llllo, During tt
tt ! n u r: :: tt tt tt tt tt tt t: k tt a t: u
SAILORS' HOME IN
Eighth Anniversary of Found
ing Is Kememberco
The eighth anniversary of the es
tablishment of tho Sailors' Homo In
Honolulu was eclebrnted with un en
teittilnment nt the home Inst night.
Annual reports were ' followed by
music, nmilcul numbers being gven
by a number of well-known vocalists,
among whom was the Hov. Canon
About fifty guests gathered ut tho
hall ut 8 o'clock, and after tho treas
urer's report had been read" by T.
Cllve Duvles, tho annual icport of
Superintendent Hveiton was read by
Tlio treasurer's report showed that
nt tho end of the fiscal year on
June 30 last, there was a credit bal
anco of S17!)..'3 in the bank. The
receipts during tho twelve months
amounted to 14247.33, and tho dls
buiscments to $4426.81!. On the
debtor side, tho largest amount was
for Balarlea, which amounted to ?-.-
840. On tho credit side subscrip
tlons received during the year
amounted to $2912.50. Donations
from steamship vessels and other
sources cumo to $401.35, and a spo
clul subtf'J-lptlon of $120 allowed of
tho concrete sidewalk at the inutl
tutc being completed.
GREAT SUM SPENT TO
BEAT RACING BILL
Over Quarter of a Million Used
iiV Legal Expenses in tho
New York Fight.
Ni:W YORK, Novcinhor 30. Klght
racing associations seeking to defeat
anti-betting bills ut Albany, contrib
uted $264,000 to tlio Jockey Club for
legal oxpenscs, according to M. Linn
Ilrucc, counsel of the legislative graft
Victor A. Shniiinburg, secretary of
the Coney Island Jockey Club, tho
only "racing" witness, testified us to
tho club's legal expenses In 1908 (the
year tho antl-bcttlng bill was
passed) and guvo u partial list of
payments made, including, ho swore
$3000 to F. K, Johnston on Novem
ber 28, 1908,
Johnston was at tho time un Inde
pendence league member of tho As
sociation from New York. Asked
what was tho naturi of Johnston's
services the witness replied that ho
As' tho witness was utile to throw
little light oil. -tho alleged payments,,
ho was requested to ask F. K. Sturgls,
treasurer or the Jockey Club, .for a
statement, and tt is understood the
latter will bo called as a wltmiss tomorrow.'
Kams and High School Alumni j
Will Meet at the Kam
In order to get Into condition for
the leaguo scries, the Mallcs will go
up iigalnst tho Kam soccer team lo-j
morrow afternoon nt Kanichniuchal
Held, and an Interesting gumo is stile1
Tho Kams have a strong school ag
gregation, mid they hnvo given tho ,
High School Alumni team some great
practise recently. In the first gamo
they were scored upon, but In tho
second neither sldo succeeded In scor
ing. At tho gamo tomorrow afternoon,
which Is scheduled for 4 oVlock, tho
following men will composo tho
Mallcs v. IUllcntynot McCllll,
Hob Anderson, F. Zlegler, McNIchol,
Captain F. Ilalley, Harry Ilullcy, Yea
man, (ieorgo Dwlght, C. Dickson, J.
Podmorc, J. Holt. Chnrllo Llttlejohii,
Mclanphy and Nott.
Kams Untold (lodfioy. loft end;
No.ih, left center; Knmaloplli, tcn-j
tcr; Sum Ilussoy, light center; Wnl-.
alcalc, right end; Apau. left half; S.
Hush, center half; II. llrandt, right,
hair; Captain lieu uussey, leu him;
Kaliil, right full; Lilian, goal lender.
ROX OF CIGARS 'BRINGS
$2,000 WITH HORSE
NKW YORK. Nov. 24, A box of
cigars sold for $2000 last night at
Madison Snuaro garden. Senator
Joseph V. Ilalley of Toxus sold them
nnd John II. Schulto of Port Chester,
N. Y., bought them. Ho offered $3000,
but tlio Senator was content to tako
Schulto is u well known horso
breeder who for cars 1ms mado It an
Ironclad rulo noer to buy or sell
except at public auction. Ills hand-
somo black stallion Princo McKlnncy
went to Senator Ilalley last night at
tlio "Old piory" sale for $1750, and
tho moment tho hammer fell Schulto
was sorry ho hud Bold at the money.
"Senator," ho said, "I'll glvo you
$3,000 for u box of clgurs If you'll
throw In the horse."
Tho Senator refused to press his
advantage nnd let tho cigars go for
$2000, which was $250 moro than ho
HUGH MclNTOSH AFTER
Joo Woodman, nt Boston, manager
of Sam Longford, Is in receipt of u
letter from Hugh Mcintosh, tho Aus
tralian boxing promotor, in which Mc
intosh offers to glvo Jack Johnson
$15,000 nnd oxpenscs for Ills end of
it light with Lnngford, to tako place
In London during coronation week.
Mcintosh asks Woodman to mako ov
cry possible effort to closo (ho match
with Johnson, In making tho match,
Mcintosh requires that Johiibon shall
post $ 1 60,000 to guarantee his appear
ance In London.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Owon Moruu, who dofented Hat-
tllng Nelson recently In San Fran
cisco, has left for tho Kast and Is re
ported to ho going In for vaudeville
Ho may tako a trip to Hngland nnd
mako a round of tho music hull cir
cuit before returning for his expected
mulch with WolgaBt.
Tomorrow afternoon tho Kams will
play football again under tho old
rules, the Juniors playing a picked
team from tho other grades, us on
Tliunksglvlng Day. .Neither sldo
8coied In tho lircvlous.ig.Jnje, and to
morrow sonio Bcorlug will sufoly'bo
done. , . ,ilf .
MT'Tor Rent" cards 'bit. salt' it
They lire Hie product of Ilio best makers, tlio material nrc t-iccllrnt, the tallorlni; fuiillltsK, the stjles
iU'iiliiK to tlio ipilit uml In tho fashionable ilrossm.
It Is lo the liiliroiit of cury mini to partlilpali. In this (rrciit clolliliiB ou-nl. I'IiiIii to miy, no cho (food,
mjIIiI, honest value, and value Micks out nil over our rlotlilnu;,
I'rlcci rniiKc from $0.50 to MI.50 anil north from 10 to (15 per cent more. Iliforc bujlng uiiy clotlilus look
ut our Roods uml prices It villi cuinliice jou of our ureal inonej mucr.
I0SI ANGELES BOHEMIAN BEER.
BBOWN IABEL R0EDERER CHAMPAGNE,
WATHEN KENTUCKY WHISKIES (2 to 0 years
MUNRO'S HOUSE OF LORDS SCOTCH WHISKY,
GOLD LION COCKTAILS,
CALIFORNIA WINES of the Italian-Swiss Colony of
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Wines and Liquors
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
Sole Agents MONT ROUGE WINES
MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE Phone 1704.
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL- PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
FOX SALE AT ALL BAM
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture.
Lndies' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a. m. to 10 p. m.
and PiTvalc Instruction,
Royal Academy of
Odd Fellows' Hall
Children's dancing class overy Fri
day afternoon In Odd Fellows' llnll
at 3:30 o'clock jprlvlita lebsona by
appointment. I'lDlio 1747.
& CO., Ltd.,
WHEN YOU DRINK
yon want to drink the best, such as
CRESTA BLANCA and IN0LEN00K
WINES. KINO WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry,
Wc also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
MACFARLAEVE & C
Phnae 2020 Queen Street
1 acific J
KINQ AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davics, Prop.
Cream Pure Ry
LOVE JOY AND 00
l'ort Street near lleretunla, Ilnrrlsoii
IlulldliiK, opp. .Iiipuiii'so Ciinsiiliile.
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