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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 20, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 14, Image 14',
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BVENINO nUI.I.RTIN. ItONOI.Pl.l. T II. TUK3DAY, l)KC. 20, 1010.
80 Just Arrived
Tlie "Built like
a Watch" Kind
fISti o " 1 Imfil I Mm m
STERLING BICYCLES ari exceedingly grateful in appearance
and substantial in construction. They are made in one of the'
largest and best cquinned factories where for fourteen jrears 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 onlv by the possession of this long ex
perience, unequalled mnnufa :tcring facilities and n great output.
sterl:no model a. peice-?25.oo
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option !J0. 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bra ket dropped 2 inches.
CROWN. Oval. Nickel ;ila cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, nick 1 trimmings. Option Sterling Qreen.
WHEELS : Nickeled spokes, double butted aud swaged, 32 to
fron wheel, 30 to rear. II iis. s)uid!e pattern with ball re
tair.ers. Wood rims cnam led to rr.r.th frame.
(TIRES: New Oxford Single r-.ils cv M. & W. Double Tube.
JEAR: 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 & SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
We want to impress upon you that on every
suit you buy in .the LEADER you save from
$4.00 to $10.00
Tn get J on aciii:iliilcil ultli us'we mint )nu In sec imr exceptional.
I)- Ion prices mill high grade Clothing, then joii villi inliiill )on Inno
nciiT ku nnjIliIiiB to 'iiiiil tln,'"
TlHT an- In tvrn iind three-piece mill-, AVOIISTKKS, t'lll'.VIOT.S,
OASSIMKHKS, FI.AX.KI.S, KHK.NCII AM'.MU, SKI.K STHll'i: mill
M.UK HUUMUS. Tim Intent 1911 pnlliTiit In stripes unit cheek.
Tlif) nre (lie prndiirt of I hi' hot makers, the malerl.ils lire ex
cellent, the tailoring fniillless, the fcljles Jilenslii(r In the tfiiU-t nnd to
llm fashionable ilrckM-rs.
It N to Hip Interest of eierj man (u pnrtlelpale In llil great cloth.
Inir eicnt. l'l.iln lo mi), iif Bhe bmhI, Millil.-honeit mine, mill initio
sticks out nil "icr our i-lollilng.
1'rlces range from $.."0 In $!l.50 iiml north from 10 tn (!." per
rent more. Hefnrn IiiijIiib imy rlollili.'t lk lit our goods iiiiiI prices.
It "III coinliito Jim nf our great iikiiic)' Diners.
lliillillnu'. iilin. .Iiili,liiee CiiiimiIiiIc.
I'url Slri'i'l neiir
Scrappers Working Out to
Show Sports Real
SPOUT 2 Col 20 pt Men getting.
I At this tlino lieu week It will nil
ho over hut the shouting. The big
tight between llonn nnd Mcnurn will
bo n iniitler or hlstoiy nnil when tho
two principals wake up In the morn
ing they will roallo which la the bet
ter man In tho squared elrclo.
I The pout em for the light havo been
; put up nround town nnd they contain
the cuts ot nil tho lighten! except
Ihiuersocks of the Cavalry, who did
! mil see lit to furnish tho promoter
with it pilot" of himself.
Hnuersocks mado u mistake In that,
for the more publicity u man gets of
the light sort In the light gatuo tho
better It la for him.
That there are going tn bo some
scraps on the evening or the "Cth
which will delight tho sporting pub- I
lie of this city Is u foregone conclu-1
Blon from tho cud that has been pre- i
iiiupil nml tlie wnv tlie men on tho '
cnid are working themselves Into
, shape for the cvenis.
I The whole hunch aro going nt tho
training as If their lives depended up
on the oiitcomo of the matches to be
pulled on nnd they will each and all
bo In the pink or condition when the
night of tho lights arrives.
' Nigel Jackson Is working hard to
make the ccnlng a success and
there seems no reason why It should
Tho Asuhl theater, which is to ho
the scene of the eents, is probably
tho best place that could be chosen.
Thorn lit R:itlni? riinncllv for 1300 ncr-
mhib. Including n largo number of
ringside suits placed on tho largo i
stage, and evoryono should bo acconi-
MEET AT SHAFTER
ONE DAY EARLY
Begins On Thursday and Will
Be Finished By
On account of ntxt Sunday being
Christmas day tho hold meet at Kurt
Shatter which was to linui been held
tho last days of tho week has been
bioiight forttTtl nnd will start on
Thin mluy so that all events can bo
Mulshed by Saturday evening.
UoginnlnK the meet on Krlday nnd
holding over until Saturday, there
might be some events, not finished he
fore Christmas day.
lly starting on Thursday o cry
thing can easily be finished on Sat
urday and tho prizes awarded so that
tho men who win the cash prims can
havo them in their pockets for Christ
mas day anil thus brighten up tho
Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of LADIES',
CHILDREN'S and INFANTS' WEAR.
SPECIALS IN OUR INFANTS' WEAR DEPARTMENT
INF. SLIPS, tucked and erab, yoke $ .50
INF. SLIPS, hand stitched and tucks . . . , , 00
INF. SKIRTS, tucked bottom , 50
INF. FLANNEL SKIRTS, hand-stitched hem 1.00
INF. FLANNEL PINNING BLANKETS 50
INF. DOWNS, domet flannel, ribbon trimmed 50
HAND-CROCHET BOOTEES 15
HAND-CROCHET SACQUES 25
All Paokages to tho "Islands" will
bo sent froo of oliargo
Send for our Infants' nnd
Grant Ave. and Geary St.
miWte , MM. mkiMi
Hawaiian Lad Who Boxes Joe
McGurn twelve rounds De
The meetjs to bo "held betwee.i u'en
of the fecond battalion of tin - 'th
Infantry, H'.atloned at Tort Shatter,
and tho records they mako may causo
Ieeling8 or Jealousy among other
members of tho icglment who aro now
stationed. In the Philippines.
The events scheduled comprise ev
erything from Individual contests to
n i clay race comprising the men of
an entile company and that there la
great rivalry goes without saying.
Tho f.ernnd day of tho meet will bo
devoted to tho rlllo match, bowling
match and basketball game, whilo tho
ovonts of tho first day will bo of n
more military character.
For tho -past two weeks tho men
hnvc been doing, their best to become
pi nllclent lu the different lines In
which they will bo called upon to
deiiiniistrafo their Illness, and espec
ially In bowling and basketball has
there been somo hard work done.
It Is truly a foitunaio thing for
most of us that wo aro not com
pelled to transform all our thoughts
What tho very young man doesn't
know ho Imagines ho knows and It
causes him Just as much tioiihie.
Children's Wear catalogue.
San Francisco, Cal.
XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX
Thursday, Dec. 22.
riehl Mrst nt Fort Shnftcr.
Monday, Dec. 26.
Hlg Fight at Asnhl Theatro With
Saturday, Dec. 31.
Airship Flight Jioanalua.
Unco Meet at Hlln Special
Slejmcr from Honolulu Leaves
Airship night llllo. During
Sunday, Jan. 1.
Airship Flight Moaunltin.
Monday, Jan. 2.
All ship Flight Moanaliia.
Two Soccer (lames Hawaiian
Association Football I.oigue.
;: :: :: :: xx xx xx xx xx xx xx tx xx xx xx xx
; ARE WEAK AT BAT
Mordccai Brown Gives Several
Reasons for Slab Artists
Owing the League.
"Tho bitting helplessness of pitch
ers," lemnrks Mordecal Drown, tho
git'at tlirce-IIngered liurler of tho
Cubs, has been n rich Joko for thirty
ears, and, no doubt, will continue to
lio so long ns tho old gnmo Is played
Why ore pltchcis so feeblo with tho
stick! Why aio they lemons with
the bat nnd on the bases?
"Tho average man outside tho
Kime would think that pitchers
should be tho best batsmen In tho
world. They know all nbout tho
tilcks of (blowing tho ball, (hoy
should know Just what Is being hent
by the other pitcher, nnd. therefore
be'np educated, ns It wcio, they
ought to bo exceptionally good hit
teis. Hut. us n rule, they mo miser
I'lilo punks with tho stick ami aro
getting worse Instead of better, as
tho ears go by. Yes, I know I lilt
.170 In liHi'j. hut I never did claim to
be a Helohanty.
M:ny Reasons for Weak Batting.
"Tho le-isons for tlio Weak' luttlns
of pitchers mo numerous; so niiuier
oui, In fnct, that any ono of (hem
would seem wholly logical as an ex
cuse. For ono thing', tho jiltrhOr'. es
pecially In n hard, close game, Is
nbout nil In as he cinneir' back from
the slab at tho end of every Inning.
Ho Is panting, half ilizy.''nqrvcs nnd
muscles nil llirohlilnrf." hndrhow can
n man In that condition bo expected
to go up and lilt the ball? I
"Theie Is good reason for helpless
ness on tho part of n great many
pllchors. Then again, many huilors
nro specllnlsts and students of pitch
ing and nothing hut pitching. They
spend nil their prnctlco llmo learn
ing tho tricks of tho slabman's trndo,
those nnd' nothing more. They can't
bat, simply becauso they don't know
Many Do Not Try. .
I "Still others illHilnliTli-ittlnR on the
principle that thoy aio earning their
sslnrles by pitching and nothing hut
pitching Hint they do enough along
those lines, ami that It would ho fool
ish for them to oven attempt to bat.
Still more of tho slnhnion all ego Hint
batting nnd running tho bases tiros
them out so that they can not do
their heat with the curves, nnd licnco
they nro loilly serving their clubs
most fnltlirully when they do not try
"All of thoso reafcons nro logical
and self-explanatory. Of course,
pitcher who can lint has a big advan
tage over the fellows who aro imahlo
to awnt tho leather. It means n lot
of difference when a team sends nine
sluggeis Into action, or eight hatters
and n sure out for the ninth nlan.
Some of the good battliiRt-iiltcliers of
(ho past I.uhy. Caruttern. Foutz,
Hndbotiruo, Humbert, for oxamplo
won many of their best games by
slamming tho hall themselves. Wish
I could If I can win .ffib per cent,
of my games hatting as lightly as I
do now, wouldn't I very likely win
.850 per cent. If I could hit .300?"
It Is estimated Unit over ono thou
sand acioplaucH aio being built lu
Kimlunil ut tho pruscnt moment.
TO CUBE A COLD IH ONE DAY
Tnkc Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
11, W. Grove's signature is on
I'AUISMbDIUNUCO St. Uui. U 8. A.
L0S 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
Such Is Jack Grace's Dope On
Cominj Battle Between
Just before Jack (Irncc left on the
Manchuria for tlie Far Kast last
night ho gave tho sporting editor
his dopo on tho Wolgast-Moran fight,
and Jack sajs that llio ICngllshmaii
will bo put out cold by Wolgast lio
fcro the nml of a 2r-roimd go.
"Some folks think Just becauso
Mm an knocked out Nelson In S.m
FinnclB a easily that ho h tho real
thing In tho fight lino." said Jack.
"Nothing doing. Tho NoImhi who
fought Moran and tho Nelson who
fought Wolgast aio two dlrforcnt
men. I tell you, and I know Nelson,
for I havo trained him."
Nclsoi- weighed ins pounds
stripped bofore his light with Moron
nnd he was then no moro tho man
who Btcpped Into tho ring with Wol
gast on July 12, 1909, than blnck Is
white, according to Ornce.
ltecauso the Hauler could not
come back In Ills fight with Moran
recently, some sports believe that
Moran Is lu the class to whip Wnl
gaBt when that fight comes off.
Moran can not whip Wolgast It
tho latter Is In the condition ho was
In bernre his fight with Nelson n
year and a half ago, nnd that Is the
straight dopo as flrace gives It out.
The fight will never go the limit.
and the Hrltlsbor will bo put to sleep
by the American lnd long before tho
end of twenty-flvo rounds.
lly n bcoio or 17-t tho l'nlninas won
their deciding game In tho series of
Indoor baseball games with Kaulu
welas at I'ulnmu gym. last evening.
Although the Kaulitwelas wont' In
to the lead at tho start the Palanms
soon lilt their gait nnd steadily drew
uway from their opponents for the 10
nialndcr of tho gnmo.
Kauluwelas Kualll, c; Corret, p !
C. Urlto, lb,; h. Kapua, 2b,; All You,
3b.; Nahl, xs.; U. Kapua, I'M Sunton,
cf.i Sheldon, If.
PalnnuiB Hrlto, c; llanmiiku, p.;
Zeibe, lb.; Aknna, 2b.; W. Iluaplli,
31).; Akl, ss.; Mclntyru, rf.; 1). De
sha, cf,; W. Deuba, 'If.
AT Y. M, C, A,
I Itm.lmilmr tti.tt TlnirUilfiv nvetiltil?.
"-.". " ...... ... .-......,,
thero will ho a series nf tllieo canned
hiitehall games between tho senium
and JiiiiIoiu at tho Y. M. C. A., tho
gainen lo bo played ono week apart. j
, Tho other miiIos, between the
teams or color, was lliilbhod hni'
iwi'tli, nnd thin M'llea uf thren In
the only special athli'lln stunt which
,s on lu tho near futiue.
Inter Island nod O. It. ft I.. slilppltiK
liix'b.. fur wiiif nt Ho I.' il 1 1 ot I n I
"(Tiff, JUc imch
LUNCH I CRITERION
& CO., Ltd.,
So Good As The
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE, GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL TARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
MACFARLANE & CO.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
Pbnar 2020 Queen Street
1 acific Jaloon
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion" .
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davics. Prop. v-
FOK SALE AT ALL BARB
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND 00
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Cultuic,
Lntllei' Men's and Children's .y
clinics, Hours; a, m, to 10 p, i )
and Pn'vnte Instruction,
tur""Por Rtnl" "lt on rale M
I ,) bw'lvuii ollict.
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