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STERLING MODEL A. PRICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20, 21. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bracket dropped 2 inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel nla.cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, nick:l trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel. 3G to rear. Halts, sjtndle pattern with ball re
taincru. Wood rims enameled to match frame,
TIRES: New Oxford' Single Tube or M. & W. Double Tube.
GEAR: 75, 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-1G inch block, 1 inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wheeler No. 400.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up curve reversible.
CRANKS: 7 inch single piece, forged from selected stock.
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Honolulu, T. H.
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Tooth " 15c
" Paste, 20c
Shaving Powder, 20c
" Stick, 20c
" Soap, 5c
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A CENTRAL ATHLETIC FIELD
FOR CITY SCHOOL CHILDREN
jKING STREET SITE, CONTAINING 68 ACRES, THOUGHT
TO BE BEST CONCERTED EFFORT TO BE MADE
FOR OBTAINING MONEY FROM LEGISLATURE TO
PURCHASE AND IMPROVE TRACT.
It was a rousing meeting held at of the Y. M. C. A., 1'rofcssor Scott,
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i: Saturday, Dec. 17.
St Soccer Scries llaunllan
McKlnlcy High School jestcrduy aft
crnooii soon after 4 o'clock for the
liurposo of finding wu)s mid means
to get u lurge uthletl field for the
children of the public s hools of tho
city, and it was the sense of tho
meeting that the King btrect site whs
the ono for the purpose.
The meeting was called In order
by Alfred I). Cooper and there were
present prominent business and pro
fessional men of this city, as well as
the nlttnml of McKlnley High School,
and Beeral strong speeches wero
nuiile faoring tho acquisition of a
plu)groiitul site, tlieie being no-dls-tenting
olccs from the necessity of
stab a central itliletic Held.
'lhomas Suuaic, which wasbiought
forward last jear as u possible ath
letic Held for .MilClnley High, was
nut consTdcred jesterduy everyone
piesent deeming that a 'lleld of at
least twenty ucivs was necessary, and
some holding that tho wholo truet
of sixty-eight acres on King street,
Walklkl of Victoria, would be none
too lurgo within a few joaia
lilcnen speeches were mudo at jes
terd.iy's meeting, and In not one was
there any question of the necessity
of a large athletic Held at once, the
l'rofcsior Folsom, W. It. Furrlngton,
Kd Towse, Senator Chlllinguorth,
Marston Campbell, Willis T. Pope tt
und Frank DoiIko.' .It
J. I'. Cooke said that a public play- " 88888R88 tt tt
tt cliillmi Football Lcaguo com- tt
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tt Sunday, Dee. 18. , tt
tt Kalnkuua Axcniie Walking ltaco. tt
tt Friday Dec. 23. tt
tt Field Meet at Fort Shatter. tt
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Si Airship Flight Moutialua by tt
tt llinl Mars. SS
tt Monday, Dec, 26. tt
SS Dig Fight at Asuhl Theatre With St
tt Preliminary llouts. SS
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tt Ituco Meet at Hllo Special tt
SS Steamer from Honolulu I.eavcu SS
SS Friday Afternoon. SS
SS Airship Flight Hllo. During SS
Hace Meet. SS
LOS ANOELES BOHEMIAN BEER,
BROWN LABEL 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
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
74 QUEEN STREET
ground was something that must bo
proylded for the children of tho pub'
He schools In the near future, ami ,.,.
.lllllfTa Tll.ln liallnla.1 tl...t I, n l.'l.i- j"
Kiuley High because he had opposed'
the Thomas Square scheme u year
Judge Dole helloed that the King
It seemed thescuso of tho persons
btrect alto should bo iicqulied. len vmeui at , mcetlMg tlmt tll0
at the cost of thirty thousand dollars
the Judge believed it would bo
good buy, as the piuperty was bound
to bo worth moie In tho future,
Dr. Hand held that u field lurgo
enough to hold
alumni of el cry public school in tho
' city should take tills matter up and
boost It, und enlist the strength of
the business community which had
tin ri rnllt.f dlna ,'ttl. otii. uf.twwil ...wl
public parades was ,,rcECIIt such a strong front to the
Nothing Quite So Good As The
LUNCH I CRITERION
necessary, and a eentiul location for....,,., , i..,llrn ,i., ,.,, ,,,, .'
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YALE VET WOULD
REVISE THE RULES
u.e ciiuuron oi me swnoois was i im-;,,,, utc thc necessary money
portnnt. Not alone for Mckinley urcmiso anj m10Vo the King sti
jiiK". iiiu ll Jltiiu wneiu ail iiiu scuiiui
children of the city could lomo for
their nthleti(s was the necessity, as
many of thc children could not afford
ear-fa re to go to somo field on tho
outskirts of the city. Tho wholo
tract of sixty eight acres would bo
nunc too lurge.
Professors Siott and Folsom each
spoko of tho ne vsslty of a largo ath
letic field, W. It. Farrlngton for tho
need of an oiganlzed cumpalgu to
tccuro the land necessary, Kd Towso
point at Issue being the manner In' and Chllllngnorth about tho small
which It wus best to go about becur-j cliiinco tho Legislature had of uppro-
Some held that tho laud should bo
purchased by tho Legislature, others
that tho money might bo raised by
public subscription, and still others
that a lease of tho property could bo
obtained for a time with tho Idea of
l'lnal action was tho appointment
of a ininmlttce composed of Alfred
U. Cooper, Frank L. Hoogs and MUs
Uoldlu Ourney to look Into the prop,
osltlon thoroughly and to ilccldo
what manner of procedure was best
for the acquirement of tho necessary
The speakers yesterday Included J.
P. Cooke, Judgo S. 11. Dole, Dr. Hand
printing tho necessary money to buy
tho tract, but both promising their
support of a measure Introduced for
Marston Campbell stilted that ho
would be III favor of an exchange of
Mime co, eminent land for the slto
wanted if It were possible under tho
Organic Act, but us tho limit of valuo
of such mi exchange was but J 1000,
It would be impossible. Ho was In
favor of tho plan for a central field
and would do all he could to help
the matter along,
Superintendent Pope spoko briefly
In favor f an athletic field, and
Frank iVidgo wanted to Correct an
Impulsion that ho was against Me
Don't Miss This
Here Is Your
To get j on ncqiiiiliilcd nllh ut - mint )iui to M'l- our exceptional.
I) Ion price unit high grade Clothing, I lien jiui nlll admit jiiu lutu
nrwr M'Oii anjlhlng o equal lliciu.
'Mil) arc In Iho anil thru-piece Mills WOltSTIlK.H, CHKVIOTS,
C.VhMMKHKS, FJAYM:i.S, I'ICUM'II ALPACA, SKI.F STItll'K and
III.Ui: M:it(li:s. The Intent lUlt pallerus In slrlpe-i mid checks.
Till' arc the priHlnct of the bent liiiikerh, the materials arc ex
cellent, the tailoring faulllcsa, (lie stjlcs ph-anlng to the quiet anil to
the fashionable drefsirs.
It l to Hie Inlerest of cut) man to participate In this great cloth
ing cicat.,' Plain to s.i), He glie g I, sollil, lioncst mine, mid aluo
slicks out all out. our clothing. ' ,
Prices range from sfd.,'0 to fc!L." and iinrth from 10 to (i" per
cent more, lltfore Inijlng mi) clollih.r look at our goods and prices
It nlll coin luce jiiu of our great moiic) bau-rs.
lliilldlnif, opp, Japanese Cmisulale.
Port .Sired mar llenlanl.i, Harrison
Ocorge Foster Snnford, the veteran
Yale athletic ndvlBcr who had u good
deal to do with building up this
car's Yale eleven, Is convinced that
tho football rules committee bus
much work to do before, another sea.
ton rolls around. If the needs of tho
ganio are to bo considered. In his
opinion some changes In the codo
urc absolutely essential.
"I am outstandingly opposed to tho
forward pass over tho lino of scrim
mage," ho said. "The most Import
ant change which I would recom
mend Is the distance to bo gained by
COME BACK IS
Is Going to Find Out If He Is
Really Out of the
On the night of December 2 ll.it
tllng Nelson left Sau Francis o for
Los Angeles, sajtng good-bje to the
city 'of his tilumphs and defeat with
u smile and making no complaints.
"I urn on my way and I Intend to
satisfy mself very shortly whethor
rushing bo reduced from ten yards to or 110t " t,,mo 1,aclt or whether I
soen. I also think tlint tho runner Bm '" B'lul U1 u'1110 "CIoro "cpuri
should be allowed to 'tack on to ono '"B- "' m,vo bee" tul(l tlmo an1 tlmo
plajer In hitting tho lino In oider to nal" Blllco '"V ll,st 8t"rt '" "-lllt tl10
eiMallzo to some extent the uttack'Bnmo for lveo')B. but ' !,m "ot 'iult0
with tho defense. ready jet. I huo noor fooled my-
"Tho objection to pushing and belf '" u' ',,1Bt ""ll ' Ijcl'evo that 1
pulling because of the liability to In- am wortl'' f nnotlier tilal.
Jure would not hold In this case Onl "Ycs ' was ue-'le" ''IBt Satuiday
the other hand. It will really mako ""or"""" l)- Mown. I could mako
Piny safer by providing some protec- n few comnientB about tho battle, but
tlon to the man carrying tho ball wl,ul'B U, UEe? '"'""''B Ne'B1'' '
from tlm KhneW nf ., (n-bi. in n.n " 'e Bort or a fellow to wniuo aim
secondare linn of .lofo.,n I complain. Let bjgones bo bjgones,
"Tho reduction of ground to bo ', wus s"l'led to be down and out
gained by rushing will mako posslblo "'"'o cars ago. but I ennio back and
n rensonnblo reward for rushing and
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OP
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
MACFARLANE & CO.,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
Phone 2020 Queen Street
ttlllU rpftttirn nnn nf H.a Knaln .trl.mf.
pics of tho American collego gnnio."i '"'"!! "J1,
won tho lightweight championship
ut tho world. I may repeat, a llttlo
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DOTS AND DASHES.
There will bo a special meeting of
the O.iliu Uusebull League ut tho of-
Just say this for me: If I can't
go In against champions ! will never
go against any ot them, Just as boon
us I find out that I am not fast
enough for the first division thou
lice of Chailcs F. Clillllngworth to- good night. I have boon up in fast
morrow evening nt 7:30. company too long. Thoso who think
" J that I am going to mix with the sec-
At Kallhl Settlement Junior club'ond and thlrd-i liters must take an
jesterday afternoon, tho Illues won other guess."
from tho Heds at Indoor baseball byi Nelson will make u slioit stay In
a store of 13 to 12, i Los Angeles, after which ho will' go
to O'lliir, N. M., to look urter his
inn di. Hn will tairy thero for a cou
ple of weeks ami If tho climate helps
him ho will prolong his stay und pos
sibly do some training.
Nelson Iiiib llttlo to say about Mo
ran or Wolgust other than that ho
hopes to meet ono or both of them
within tho next few months. Appar
FORT SHAFTER NOTES.
Theio wiib a hoeccr gamo lust Sun
day morning between Companies F
und II. It was a return mutch and
neither side scored.
Last Saturday night u daiico was
given at Foit Shatter by tho boys or, ontly, ho Is Arm In his belief that ho
tho battalion. It started at 8:30 mid, can tilm the present champion, whom
broke up at 11:30. Thero woro he holds In the utmost contempt. Ho
eighteen dances on the (program. I likes Moiun and has paid him many n
This was the mst dance for two nice compliment "slnco his last buttle,
yoais thnt has been given at Fort but he can not think of too many
Shutter. It Is expected jthat there mean thlnga to say about Wolgnst or
will be a fuiewcll duncpjj'glven Just his malinger, Too Jones,
befoie the battalion leaves for home
next July, Wl-i.l
To Duty. ' flkV. - .
necouu i.ieuicnnm Alexander i..
Jumes Jr., Fifth Cavalry, having been
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DOTS AND I DASHES.
;i .,,, L.-f
Puiiuhou cluti 'held li meeting on
Mmidliv nlfrlit nl Mlilpli r.inrtonti linw
icported lit for duty by the surgeon menibeis weio elected. Thoso ad-
of this station, will proceed to Join mltted were John Mareallli.o. 12. K.
his proper station at Schofiold liar- Fernandez Percy l)eerlll, J, It. Par
racks. Oahu. I rot. Kenneth Hi own. Hcnrv Williams.
The following-named enlisted men i:,i Williams. Abraham Loin. Lanl
of the Fifth Cavalry lime been re- Miieoou. Allen Mimnnii. nho linl. Jim
ported lit for duty by tho smgeon of Hutt), Jack Ilodwuy and lllll Mejcrs.
hub siuiiou anu win piniceu 10 join
their statloiw ut Schodold llarrutks:
Private Herman Maishull, baud; 1'rl
Mite 12inest Dldlor, Tioop D; Wagon-
Thc phi for the Wall Cup on tho
lleretanla com ts will not bo held for
6eernl weeks, play being postponed
I acific y
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