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BVENINU llUU.IITIN. llUNOMJMJ. T 11., mtDAY, DHC. 10. 1910.
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Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of LADIES',
CHILDREN'S and INFANTS' WEAR.
specials in our infants' wear department
INF. SLIPS, tucked mid cmb. joke $ .50
INF. SEIPS, hand stitched mil tucks 00
INF. SKIRTS, tucked bottom 50
INF. F1.ANNEL SKIRTS, han l-stitchcd hem 1.00
INF. FLANNEL PINNING BLANKETS 50
INF. GOWNS, domet flannel, rilton trimmed 50
HAND-OR0CHET BOOTEES . '. . .15
HAND-CROCHET SACQUES . 25
All Packages to the "Islands" will
be scut free of charge
Send for our Infants' and Children's Wear catalogue.
Grant Ave. and Geary St. San Francisco, Cal.
SterlinghR ic ycles
80 Just Arrived
The "Built Like
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STERLING BICYCLES are exceedingly p;raccful in appearance
and substantial in construction. They arc made in one of the
largest and best equimicd factories where for fourteen years the
one aim has been to combine style, running and wearing qual
ities with moderate price.. The quality which enters into these
bicycles is made possible only by the possession of this long ex
perience, unequalled manufacturing facilities and a great output.
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 batted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel, 30 to lear. Hubs, syndic pattern with ball re
tainers. Wood rims enameled to match frame.
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube or M. & W. Double Tube.
GEAR: 75. 24x0 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-10 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.
The Pond Dairy
offers for sale at the rate of $1 per qtiRit absolutely pure
from certified healthy cows maintained under perfectly san
TELEPHONE 2800, nnd alio for sale by Henry May &
Co,, 0 J. Day & Co,, and ,T M. Levy & Co,
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List and Program of Matches
That Are to Be Contested.
Tomorrow altPtnuuii at 2:30 the
flat game In the series of soccer to
lia plncd by the Hawaiian AbsocIii.
Him Football Lcagun will be started,
tlio High School and Millies being
sluted for tlio llrst game of tlio aft
ernoon, mill tlio lion Works ami l'u
nnlious for tlio scuind event.
Tlit! schedule of mntchea arranged
in tlio league series is:
I)e ember 2fi High School is. Iron
Works; Millies s. Punuhoil.
Juiiiiary 2 High School s. I'uiiu
Iioiii Malles s. Iron Works.
January 7 Ii (in Works s. Punn
hoit, IIIrIi School s. M.illes.
Jiiminry U Malles vs. I'uii.ibou;
IIIrIi School vs. Iron Works.
.Tnmiiiry 21 IIIrIi School s. Pu
liation; Mnlles s. Iron Works.
The teams of the le.iRiio have been
doing somo Rood practise anil they
should Ret Into tlio riiiiic In rooiI
shape tomorrow afternoon.
NEW BARGES FOR
LOCAL BOAT CLUBS
Contracts for the two new barges
for the lloalunl anil Mjitlo clubs
were sent to Sun Francisco on the
Siena, ami the barfies will bo ready
early In the spiliiR ami brought to
Honolulu long before the tlnio.for
the Iti'Rattn Daj events.
As these boats are to bo retulv
about tlio tlmo of the aniiiial races
aroiinil Sun Francisco, it Is thouRht
that ciowb may bo sent to tlio Coast
from each of tlio local clubs to com
pete against tlio men there with
theso now barges.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Tonight thcio will bo a tegular
meeting of tlio boaril of illrottms of
Kuiiiehumehn Alumni Association at
tlio (luliliou.se to take tip matters of
lmpoitaiicu, ami It Is desired that all
members bo present.
football may be tho.priuio attrac
tion at Kiimeliuinelia Sfchrtols noxU
season, there being strong talk ol
putting good teams u tlio field.
W i- p 1 1 j II ii 1 1 i 1 1 n l iter year.
TO BEGIN EARLY
Meeting Last Evening Names
First Sunday In April
In order to onslder certain prop
ositions made by officials of Honolulu
Athletic l'aik. Ltd. theie was a
nicctliig of Oilm ll.mcball League
last evening in the olllco of Charles
Chllllngvvoith, nt whl-h Mauagei'
Antonio Miucallllio pi raided.
The paik maiuigciueiit wished tlio
league to commence Its season early
In Match on the park diamond, but
It was the opinion of the leprcsohta
lives of the league teams present at
the meeting that this was too early
to commence, nnd that the first Sun
day In April would bo much better.
In their request for nn early' open
ing of tho season, tlio park people
stnlcd that there was a possibility of
Kclo Unlvcrsltj placrs coming from
Japan during tlio early summer and
In that event It would bo much bet
ter to hnvo tlio local games out of
tho way so that tho entlro tlmo
i mild bo devoted to tho scries with
Tito men present last evening
thought It would ho Impossible, to
get the teams together to start ns
early us Match, and It was suggested
that If tho local league games wero
not Mulshed by the time tho Japan,
cso team niilvcd, iloublo-headers
oitld be played one In the regular
league and the other with the Jap
Among tlio propositions put up by
the park management was otio that
each team take a certain amount of
stock In tho corporation. This was
thought to bo a good thing except by
tho Mailne team, tho term of whoso
men hcio was so unsettled.
It was suggested that a clmmlt
tco be appointed to confer with the
paik management on tho various
points raised, nnd Manager Marcal
lino of thn league, tho managers of
three of tho teams and Captain Not'
ley of tho fourth weio thd ones de-
elded upon1 to have chaigo of all
negotiations' with tho park people us
lo tuo lime oi opening me season
division of tccelptk, etc
lit suggesting what things' should
bo taken up by tho committee, It
was decided that the scorer1' box
should be shifted to the center of
tlio bland and lowered, and that pro
We want to impress upon you that on every
suit vou buy in the LEADER you save from
$4.00 to $10.00
To gel )iii uiiii.iliil(il with us lie mint Jim In sic our exceptional
I) I ii iv prlii" and high grade Clothing, then jnu villi ailuilt jou lune
ni'iir bicn anjlhliig to iiiial lluni.
The) arc In I vo mid thrie-pliic sails, NOIISTKPS, I'll i:IOTS,
c.sm.mi:iii:.s, i'm.ymxs, morn .wx.u'.i, ,si:i,r .srinri: nnd
III.I'i: Si:il(li:s. .'ilii! Inltsl lull patterns In stripes nnd checks.
The) arc the product of the hot makers the materials tire ex
cellent,, the tailoring faulllcx, the si j lis phasing In the iiittcl nnd to
tlio fashionable dressers. t ,,
II Is In the Interest of ever) man In parllclpalc In thl great cloth
lug iiiiit. Plain In saj, no ghe guiiil, solid, honest laliic, anil aue
sticks nut all out our (lothlug,
I'rltes range from $.;! to iM and linrlli from III In (',:, per
rent more llcfiire bujlng mi) ilolhli.'; look at our gimils iiinl prices,
II nlll runtime )iui of our great nwiic) mihts.
llullilliig, opp, Jiipaiii'se Ciinsnliilc,
I'm I Mi ill iieiir llcii'lanla, llarilsiin
t: st u :: :: n :t n u u :: :: n :: :i :: ti
tt SPORT CALENDAR. It
U Saturday, Dec. 17.
H Soccer Scries Hawaiian Asho- ti
tt clnllon Football I.eaguo com- ti
ii indices. it
tt Sunday, Dec. 18. Si
St Kulakaun Avenuo Walking Unco, ii
Si Friday Dec. 23. ii
ti Klchl .Moot at Tort Shatter. tt
it Monday, Dec. 26. ii
ii Dig I'lght at Asuhl Theatro Willi St
tt Preliminary Ilouls. ss
SS Slturday, Dec. 31, tt
SS Airship Flight Monnaliia. SS
tt Unco Meet at llllo Special SS
tt Steamer from Honolulu l.calcu SS
tt Friday Afternoon. St
tt Airship Flight llllo, During SS
SS Race Meet. SS
tt Sunday, Jan. 1. SS
tt Airship night Moaiinlua. tt
SS Monday, Jan. 2. tt
tt Airship Flight Moanaliiii. SS
ss xt ss :: tt :::i::t: tt ss n ts ss ss tt ss tt
vision should bo made for tho sport
ing writers of tho dally papors lit
this boxi thus getting rid of tho con
dition which existed during tho Wn
seda series, when the reporters had
to take an placo they could get,
mostly nn the players' bench or out
In tho rnlu and sun.
Tho icgulnr meeting of tho league
was scheduled for the first Thursday
In March, but on account of tho de
cision to begin play a month earlier
than formerly expected
tided to have tho nice
election of o Ulcers on
Thursday of l'ebruury, tho olllclal
list to ho made public later.
WALK ON SUNDAY
I0S1 ANGELES BOHEMIAN BEER,
BROWN LABEL ROEDERER 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
uoiiiii earuuri -r-
, It was do-
iting for thoU
tho Bciond FORT SHAFTER NEWS
Thoio ate ulna entries now In for
tho Knlak.iua ueuuo walking ra c
which Is to take place next Sunday,
and tho book of entiles will close at
Columbia Clubhouse, on Hotel sttcct,
near tho l'tilm, tomoirow night at 1
Sam Hop has a number of pi lies
donated by merchants of tho city,
and In addition Dick Sullivan will
picsent a stiver cup to the winner ot
entries so far Include tho names
of Henry Chllllngwoi th, Antono Ka
on, U. Kosa, I'addy Walsh, Sain Hup,
-Manuel ItoTcIllio, ti. II. Hcndcisuu,
Willie l'eaglcr and Nigel Jackson.
Tho pi Izes 'donated aro a pair of
walking shoes finm Maiiufactuiors'
Shoo Co., pair of tennis shoes from
Mclnerny, dozon bottles of l'lhcctnr
anil grapo julco from Arctlo Soda
Works nno from Wing On Chong,
six cans of mushrooms from Colum
bia I.unch rtoom, tennis shoes fiotu
I... Ainu, and box ot cigars from Dr.
K. V. M.
Nothing Quite So Good As The
LUNCH I CRITERION
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Owing lo tho fact that ipilto a num
ber of men hao left for tho United
States In tho last tuo months, Micro
luno been fourteen recruits sent to
this station lo fill tho vacancies.
Theso fourteen men made a long Join
ney fiom Now York to San Francisco
and then to Honolulu traveling six
teen d.i)s In all.
Private Harry 12. McCiillough, Co.
n, 20tb Infantry, hue been detailed on
extra duty as teamster for tho iiiar
tcrmastcr deparament, and l'rlvatu
Josso II. Louis, Co. (!, 2(Mli Infantry,
has been detailed on extra duty In
tho subsistence depaitmeut as lubut
er. New Musician.
l'rlvatu Cliiudo I'lumnier, Co. U.
"0t Ii Iufautiy, bus been nppolnled Hold
musician, iclloving muslclnn Jesso II
Lewis, whn was recently detailed on
extra duty In tho subsistence, depart
Field Meet Practice.
Tho companies of this battalion mu
practicing dally for tho Held meet
which takes place on tho -.lid ot this
month commencing al 7:30 a. m. The
follow lug will bo tlio program of
events: December 23: 1, llelay Hncuj
2, Illank Carttldgo ltaco: 3, Tug of
War; 4, l.lvo Uiiul ltaco; D. Wheel
barrow Haco; , Shelter Tent Itueo;
7, Starting Cauip The; 8, Call to
Anns j 9, Hundred Yard Swim; It)
Out at I'oit Shutter tho men aro
taking great Inteiejt In athletics of
various forms, espo.Jally In vlow of Shoo Itucoj 11, Diving Contest: 1
tho big field meet which Is to tomo' Centipede Ituco. Conimoncliig 7:3il u.
off on Deiember 23. j " Dcceiubor 24: 1, Itlllo Team
Swimming, basketball and bowllug Mnlch; 2, Howling Mutchj 3, llaskot
mu all taking tho tlmo of tho bol-j "'l'l Oaino.
illcrs, and thej mo becoming pi oil- Target Practice.
clout along all lines.
Tho tank Is a congregating place
every day for a lingo number of men,
and they are becoming expert In
water polo and other stunts, which
will make them bad antagonists for
other teams to go up against.
MMwi l.ci ol. nt t 1 1 ,im la In t Ii n 1,iiat
shape over, nnd as for bowling, tlie;!!" ,m,' ""e,fe, ,lh ,,lls l',B""c-
Tho Kiipplenientiiry latgut prucllco
has romnienccd, under the dlicctlnn
of First I.lcnt. A. M. Pardee, range
olllcor. who will conduct Iho filing
for Iho entlio niiiud. Firing will cum
nicnco dully at K:3(l n. in,-until thu
coiiiso Is completed Theso men will
bo excused finm all duty except guuid
two huiidied nuilk Is often i cached
by tho men theso days.
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS
Tho Salvation Almy Santa Clans on
Foit stiect Is having somo Intcicst
Ing experiences, espcclully with tlio
children Sevoiul notes huvo been
tin list lulu his huiid of late, vv'ilttcu
by chlldten old enough tOj spoil, nnd
yot evidently with nn .nnillpilulHlicil
fiilth In gooii old SantayaKwiIiiKihlin
"f their niodol behavliif: iliiilusi tjio
past jear and of' thelr'grcat longing
for cetlnlti dolls or InjijVt Clirl$)nu
unio. tho smallest tots, nowovcr
Tho bowling (cams of all thu tout
panics aro getting Into good tilntnnw
for Iho big field meet on December
23. Tho 200 mink Is getting to be
nn over day occutrenco heio.
. Company O still holds tho chain
plonshlp mid they uio anxious for
soinq Irani to tiy to Inko It away
from lliem They ;oio trjlng hntd
for a giimo vvllh ijip Mat lues of Ciimp
Vciy, but tho bowlers of that camp
seem, to fight shy.'!.
Tho Foil Shuflc-r basket bull Irani
Is In iibout tho lio'sl sluipo that tboj
slldo up timidly to Iho mighty being Die gymtl. and expect lo get a gamo
nnd prefer their modest requests for, with bonio loam In tho fntiito.
tin hot ns or automobiles, or else Swimming.
niiiirh up boldly lo tholr old-tlmo Tho Bwliumliig tank Is being kopt
fileini and ruttlo off their list of ,)ltvUy bus) nowadajs us thoio aio a
wlHbed-for pii'sents without n question umbor of men practicing with divine
as to Iho good mini's ability and wll- , swimming for tlio coming Held
IngncHs lo giunt Ilium all. It Is to' meet. Pilvnlo Iteiiin or Co (1 Is about
ho hoped t hut Sunla'M puck of giK.d.iho R.8i ,Uvor mt , , ,,(llt Hlllf.
things will hold out. so that no ouo ir
win no iitsapioinied
Il'itis rnndy fiosh nnd flnp, Ili'iisnn,
Alllinugh n great ileal of sugar Ik
lmtlOrtOll flOtll Plllm. Cfimn linmiln mi.
fluillh mill Company, lintel mid Port tlnue to bminw it finm Ihelr nolgli
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL.
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS' OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
MACFARLANE & CO.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
M"ne 2020 Queen Street
I acific J
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
' - .
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davics, Prop,
FOE SALE AT ALL BAM
Cream Pure Rye
L0VE,J0Y AND 0 0.
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Cultute.
Ladies' Men's and Children'
classes, Hours: a. m, to 10 p
and Private Instruction.
Inlor-Islund nnd O. It. & I shin
bonks for sale ut tb V. a 1 1 e
nfflco, EOo each.
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