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KVKKINO IHM.I.IiTIN, IIUNOI.lM.tl,
II. SATUHDAYr MIX'. fo H
THE CHRISTMAS SEASON
IS AT HAND
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ND the question of the hour is: " What shall we buy for Mcther, for Fatherfor Grandpa, for Grandma, for Sister or Brother, or
1 Sweetheart or Friend?" " ' :rv
There is no more appropriate gift, or one which will afford imre lasting satisfaction than a godd piece of furniture.
For the past week we have been unpacking and setting up a large shipment of Fancy Furniture purchased expressly for the
iiunuay iraae, wmcn we now nave ready lor your inspection, and sarnestly advise making early selections.
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Mrtlrj c, gulden link, fiiniril mill carl)
llnglMi, iH'J.(H) t,'fcK()U.
JH'MC CAIII.M:i, gulden link iiin;
ninliiigaii), In UT) plrnilng drilgu,
irll.iw in :i.-,.imi. "J
TUIOKIll'N, lii nil llm standard
liiiMirs, large ifM-rttucnt f p,il(crii,
73c. In i'.IM.
i'i.imi:i: .vmiis, Knrij i:ngii,ti
niul fumed n:ik, $111.1111 tojfll.un.
SMOKIIll.S' STAMLS, In 3IIIiin if.
'.fecit., ifl..M) In $111.1111.
I'AIIMIII, MllltAHV, HLIMMIOM,
nijil CAIIK IAIII,i:S, In Ciilimlnl,
.MNvlini, ri.mder, mid iniiili'rn dr.
dgui. nil lliilln, $l..".ll In ifC.lKl.
MAIJAZIMIilIACKS, fumed niul car
I) KnglMi imk iiml uinliogniij, $!).."(
IM.M.MJ ('MAIDS In muni, nine nml
.leather cut, I..V) In 0.7.1 inch. .
IIOl'Ki:iS mnl CIIAIKS fur I hi' III.,
rarj, III Inn-room, ili'ii, dlnliig'riiiim,
liall, or rluimlirr In ninliiipiii), lilrili
rjc, iiuiilr, mnl link, In early LiikIMi,
fumed, mill gulden HnMi, mm', wood,
ll.ie, nml lentlicr iiplinHcrrd, ul mi)
price miii vvMi In 'ii j, (ruin i?l."dl In
All i:.TKSI0X TAIIM: would lie
niiri'rlnli'il lij tlioJ whole family,
mini) new patterns (n select friim In
round nml Kiniiirc dips, In lite let; mid
peilolnl sl)lc", lltc-lci; (able, lfS.0U
In fc!7.(M, pedestal tnlili', $UU)0 In
JiUrrTTS, WlMMI In (75.(111.
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m;i ci:i:.it en lists, mui shikt-
W.UST'irOXLS, W." In $28.00.
SKHIN(i li.l.SKi:T8 mnl TAIIMIS,
l.3() III $10.00.
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. HAT HACKS, jriililrn, fumed, mnl
curl) DnglMi oak, with mid hIIIiiiiiI
mirrors, plain .-.ml .Mlislnu designs
.Miiinoiis, ifi.r.o tn
llcmitiful rilA.Mi:i 1'JCTITKKS, In
color irlii(, carbon photographs',
ilchlngs photogravure, ihihIiIk, mid
iinlcr rolor, largo range of sultjocts
mid prlic", SUc (M15.IHI.
SOFA I'll.MMVS In llk llo, frttlli
rrx, or (linyn, fit nil Mnplr fill's, mid
odd slrei m.icle In order, ()c mid iilt-
l-'or eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
UcuMuvU t. a. I'ulcnt Ofllca
Urcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
JA. 1-1 lb. cakes
For S( by Leallnc Grocen In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DOKCIIESTBR. MASS., U. S. A.
53 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
A mini In Now Yoik named Julian
SxFzl;nownl;l has been arrested for
forcing another mati'H naino to n
cheek. And yot lie In hardly to bo
lilnmed for not writing Ills own.
AVo k It H ii 1 1 ot lii 81 ncr rrnr.
f rKes tF
mnny farts In connection with the to 'make. Jack Johimin might, pcr-
gamc In the early days. I Imps, havo whipped .Maee, but as n
,cm Mace, a lording to Cool; camo, boxer, pure and simple, ho would
r.'.llr..n.l . ......... fl.l.,.. .... h.n.nML.n l...nt. ....I. ..!..(. I
to California come thlity or mora
cnr ngo. He was at that time trav
eling with John Wilson'H clrcm, glv.
lug boxing exhibitions as one or the
Mace in San Frano'sco.
".Iimii .Mine camo herd with Jlllly
lirviirdR; for many jears a llght
welnht ihamplon of nnglntid, who
acted br his sparring partner, Tho
circus showed en Jacksnn street, and
Charlie Dennett, then tho strong man
rf the Olympic Club, cugnged In n
friendly setto with Mace. Mace, who
weighed only 1(10 pounds, was the
most beautiful boxer I have over seen
In the ring. He was quick, sMcntlllc
and wonderful to behold.
"In those dajs they dldti't box to.
Friends Tell of Life of Jem
Mace, One Time at the
Ilj jcslerday's mall tho coast lllcsj
contain reeral tributes to the late
Jem Mace, one-time champion of the
boxing cnniji who died In ICnglnnd on
No ember 30 and of whom tho Hul
lo tin had a shoit aceouiit furnished
by Jack Clrace, who wns with Mace
In South Africa In tho lato nineties.
Harry U. Hmlth In tho Cluonlclc
has the following story about tho old
I'nkuown to tho present geuei.i
tlon of followers of pugilism, and at
lust u memory to those who hao
iiTd tho history of the sport of box
ing ulnee the days of Its lucentloii In
inglaud, more than half a century
ago, tho passing of Jem Mace can not
So unheralded. Thlj iciigllshman,
whj was tho undisputed ihamplon
for more than ten eais, left his
mark In no uncertain fashion, and It
he did nothing idee, It can be nalit to
his credit that he was lesponslblo for
that goiiIus of the ring, ,1'etcr Jac'i
wm. ' ' '
Tho writer can not claim other
tl.an a knowledge of Mace gained
through books that have been pub
lished dealing with tho sport, out
there ttlll remain those In California,
who havo seen Jlaco box, und 1 am
Indebted to Ilirnm II. Cook for a dc
k rlptlon of Mace that iiiuld not have
iitlierwlro been fccuied. lor ninii;
years a leading light In tho Califor
nia Club that fostered boxing In thl-4
Wcktcrn country, and u refcreo of jCm Mace. Ab a fighter, pcrhups, it
note. Cooks retentive memory has wnitld havo been u dllferont story,
niudo It possible for him to recall for thobo comparisons mo so hard
liao been nutiioluted. I can fee
Mace In action as 1 am telling you
this, and I will never rorgct hlin."
Story of Wealth Improbable.
A lino tribute that, to a man who
lled his day moro than half a cen
tury ago. To huvf acquired a icpu-
tntlon that would last mi long nnd to
Jinvq established himself not only be
cnuso of Ills' own lscord, but for what
ho did for others, la worth tho doing.
Tho pity ot It all Is that Mnce, be
foro his death, suffered the pangs ot
poverty nnd was forced to npply 'for
a pcnclon. In London, a pension that
ho did not secure.' Iiecuiiiie ho tired
of the Irksome questions that the pen
slnn board thrust at hlin.
The stories that aie told and havo
PLAYER IS DEAD
Jack O'Brien Helped Athletics
to Win Pennant.
Jack O'llrlcn, wjio caught for
"lllllv" Slmrslir when tint Athletics
wiiu tho championship of tho Amcr-1
lenn Association In 1SSS, died last
month at Mt. Slnal lloipltal, and
was hurled from tho Hlks1 Home,'
132V Arth street, Philadelphia.
O'llrlcn's death wns Ubed by
Jack O'llrlcn llrut played profos-.
rlnmilly with ihe old Hhustcr Club
and went Willi Sweeney from that
team- tn California. Ho was then
blgned by Manager Slinrslg of tho
Athletics, and played n big part In
helping tn win the pnnnaiiti In 1883,
ho ncllng as a battery partner ot
lloliby Mathews. After leaving tho
Athletics O'llrlcn placd wltinllrook
lyn, Ualtlnioro and other lubs.
jjip-"For Hent" cardi on sale at
thn Bulletin oWc. "
knock you nut, but to show that they, been' published of the thousands of
codld hit their opponents. 1 would dollars that he made In the wrestling
lather seo Jem Mace In ono thrca- gnmo nro probably overdrawn, writ,
minute, round tlinn moono cIbo I have ten by some glib correspondent who
over watched for twenty lounds. wanted to Improve, his story. Maco
"1'rom .California Mace went to in his day, 'mild not havo secured
Australia; utict Ifwas following 'lilshc- fabulous purees that would liave
trln to the Antipodes that there c.iine. brnucht him such h fortune !-
-..,. .... . ... .,... y
abput the lcvlval of boxing In Alls
trnlla. Kvcry ono of those early tlm
em who afterward camo to this coun
try and he time national llgurcs boto
the ttanip and Impress of Jem Maco.
From featherweights to heavies It
wiiu easy to seo that tliey had acnuir
cd, tho stylo of Mace. Larry Foley
and 1'eter Jackson are among those
who can be said to havo come from
tho Maco school of boxing.
"1 wouldn't say that CorboU. was
of the tame hool as Mace. If there
Is anyone to whom that old man of
Huglnnd could havo bcon compared
It was l'etcr Jackson. He wau a box'
er, with tho grace and beauty of nc
tlou of an artist, and a man who
never for a moment forgot tho bcI
ciuc oj tho game.
"As- a boxor, thoy can't ton ill
r",,? y aAAiHBld i'Siv
A small payment places the Victor in
yoiir home. Call and seef our complete
stock of different style machines.
Hondli Music Co., 88 Kihs .
lf JAMES W. BERGSTROM, Manager.
llsm was not n business such
and theic were iip big y. ' , nil
Tho wire told I'io following:
LONDON, November 3D. 'Join'
Mnce, tho hero ofmany pilzo lights,
dlcfl at ' Hanow-on-Tjno of old ngo
tlijay. He was In his 70th yojr.
Mncd was at ono tlmo woith niifo
than $1.0(10,000, but of recent years
he had been dependent on friends.
Occasionally ho had uppoaicd In mu
sic hall exhibitions.
"Jem" Maco was born at Hccston,
In Not folk, mid In his day was ono
of tho greatest boxers. His first great
fight was with Hill Thorpe, whom ho
beat In 18 rounds'. When Tom Bay
ers retlied from tho championship In
1SG0, Mnce was regarded as his legi
timate successor, but his supremacy
was soon challenged by loin King,
They met In January, 1S62, when af
ter 43 rounds, Mace was given tho
vcidlct. For tho' next ten years ho
wns practically Invincible.
ST. LOUIS, November 30.- Nows of
tho death of "Jemi" Maco was iccelv-1
cd hero today with sorrow by "Hill
Clark, belter known as tho "Ilelfast
Chicken," who wns Maco's sparring
partner moro than sixty jcars ugo,
"Wo vvero tho two oldest pilzo
fighters In tho world," said Clark. "I
am 80 years old and ho wns 78, Twin,
ty-flvo j cars ngo wo gavo a bondflt
match In New York and It was hard
to tell which ot us two old follows'
got tho worst of tho battle.
"When 'Jem' nnd I met wo were
two llttlo lails, but wo knew how to
land n good blow and win u fight. 1
becamo a boxer becauso I had to siii
port my mother and her six children.
"Jem" was n natural-horn lighter, so
wo tied up for, two years. '
"Ho knew moro about boxing than
any mnn on earth except mo, becauso
I learned all ho over knew beforo wo
wero together n w'cek. Wo had a rulo
for boxing. It was to land a lefthand
er1 nt tho light tlmo and In Ihe ;lght
piijro, Tliat'H li'nw wo Woli,
"I onpo fought Jem n 'ninety-round
go at (Irccnwooil Court. That day wo
fought until wo couldn't stand up, and
When the constables' broke, up tho
fight Jem got nwny with tho money.
That was tho last I saw of hlin mill!
we liaifTha'f bout In" New "York hli'o'ut
twehty-flvo years ngo.y j , s . -.
KANSAS CITY. November 30. Dis
cussing tho (Ipnth of "Jem" Mace,
James J. Corbctt;- former heavy
weight champion pugilist, today said:
"'Join' Maco wus tho greatost
fighter of his day, uud It was really
his stylo of boxing that was the foun
dation of the scientific school of lnx
lug In voguo nnw."
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