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EVBNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WCDHCSDAY, OCT. 4, 1911.
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Importers and Dealers
Fine Wines and Liquors
902-904 NUUANU STREET ....
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Cream Rye Whisky
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whisky
R. E. Wathen & Co.'s Whisky,
The "Old Hospitality" '
Maui" Wine -A Home Product
The Bartlett Natural Mineral Water
Bottled at the Celebrated Bartlett Springe, Lake County, California.
At a MEDICINAL and'TABLE WATER, it hat NO EQUAL.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO FAMILY TRADE
DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PART8 OF THE'CITY
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
At All the Leading Saloons
' Wholesale by
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
74 QUEEN STREET
We Furnish the Lamb
TIIHItll IS 1M.UNTY OK MINT Til IIH HAD J'OK TIIU
HAiin:. and wilUN Tin: lamh is iMioruiti.v roasthu
you can iiavi: Tim rinci: i: iiusihtenoi: that has
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUI8, Proprietor.
TENNIS STARS WHO WILL
PLAY THIS AFTERNOON
A TENNIS EXPRESSION;
"THANK YOU PLEASE"
4 $ 2 . $
Practically Certain That New
York Will Get National
BY LAURENCE REDINQTON.
Vllh less tllMIl a ilorrn kiuih'k re-
nmlnliiR on tli National League
schedule It spciiis n practical ccrtuln-J
ty the (Hunts will ho tho opponents
of llin champion Athlctlcx In tho big
sprles. On September 27 New York
hull n clenr lend of seven mill u half,
gnmes ocr Chicago, mid It hardly)
seems within the Immidx of possibility;
that they should let tlm Cubs licnil.
I thrill rluiit nt tlio wire. So tho bat-
tin for baseball's greatest prlzo will ho,
fouKht hctwppn Inn laistcrn traniH
this yrur, iiml tnp.it must ho the re
joicing In rinthnm ovrr having uchum-
plnii train onco more.
Connln Muck, that wise old owl of
baseball who has piloted tho Athletics
to two consecutive championships,
picked Now York in lilt rlvul for tho
world's. honors Home tlmo nRii. Ho has
also rinno out with tlio pri-illctlon that
the series will ho a pitchers' liattlo
rlRht throiiRh anil thai thp Ramos will
ho won hy small scores. McOr.iw him
hppn lying low on tho tlicnry Hint J on
can never Krali oft a pennant until tho
deciding Ramp linn hpen played, ami
that H'm easier to lose It )ou liavn't
done a lot of talking nhout what you
were going to do when you won.
With Coombs and Hcndcr tho main
stay pf Mack's pitching staff, Mc'lniw
(will probably depend nn Mnthevvsnn
and Mnrquurd to fnro them. Matty,
. Ilmir unt, lint, liiWin nlfftllntr CAnl lltlll
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tills Fen.'on, and Hint lila cunnliiR In
Breater than epr. Matty hasn't had
kneed for years, hut lie's tho king of
thrm all when It comes to outgursnlni;
tilt hatter. Muck has been Riling hi
two Mors a rest for mime time, espe
cially Ilender, who hasn't been on tho
bill for a long tjmo. Tho hlR Indian Is
mid to tio pitching n miirieloiiR brand
of ball tliH year, but HCicral weeks
iirii ho was taken i.lck, and fur sevrrul
nprie-wrncklng days fans of the.
Quaker City frnrrd Hint ho would bo
out of tho running for tho big series.
Howmcr, ho Is snld to ho all right
HRtiln, mid Atliletlu boosters aro uealn
After all, Iirned's Inability to go
cup-hunting' In Ncw Zealand doesn't
kill all the American team's chances
Not by n long shot. Of course, we'd
all hap felt bPtter If the national
champion bad captained tho team, for
wax more man iiKPiy uini nn wouiu
j'havo won both his matclics In hliiBloi,
but In Mrl-oughlln and Wright thcro
Is tio material for u wlnnlug combl-
iMtlun. They would hao played to-1
grther In doubles, tit any rate, and
McLoughllu can get away with the
ninnies the Davis Cup wilt cuino homo
A good deal depends on the Cali
fornia youngster on this trip, and ho
will probably bo the turning point of
tho series. This In Bplto or 'tho fact
that he ranks uhuve Wright this year.
Unt tlnro Is a whole lot In tho mental
equation, mid WrlKlit bus ulwayh hail
the Indian Hlfu nn tho Australians. In
1907, If I remember correctly, wriRin
and Karl lkhr wcro tho American
challengers. Wright clcuncil up both
Urooks and Wilding, while UUir lost
both his, singles mutches. The decid
ing' d'liibles mulch went to tlio Aus
tralians utter u great butlo. Wright
unit, to Australia uguln, In 1908, with
Alcxundcr us his team mate. Aguln
ho won both his hliiRlci matches.
Mclaughlin, oil tho other hand, went
atrr tho cups two jears uku and didn't
win a match, lu,clthcr slnBlcH'in'Jilou
bles, sn you sco h has morn to con-
lend with than Wright. The latter Is
said to bo 1'lalliiK his usual beady
tenuis, although It Is not llbp 'Miu
muiio brmvl.tliuL'lia .wus turning nut
about tlireo ears, ugo, when lioj,wus at
tpe lop in Ills game.,
Wrlghi and McLoughllu ure it funny,
pair to draw us Iraxellng lompimlons,
nnd In till probability a sorgo Wright
will go ulong, too, to net us manager
and caretaker for tho team. It Uprob-
nblo that an exhibition niatrh can bo
arniugi.il for tho day tho pluyers coiuo
through next month, for Wright likes
Honolulu and Is ahvas ready and
willing tq oblige. According to local
tennis historians, lie. Ilkeitho placo so
well when he wus hero Inst that he had
to bo hauled aboard his Mill' with n
ropo us shu was lculng tho duck.
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Uolli the Kerelnnln unit I'ailllu tell- rluin will lie In use. '1 ho uku Is to
nls clubs will present a busy sceno start tho rival lenms at o'clock audi
this afternoon, when nn Inlerclub dou-
IiIps toiirnanieiiL will i)ta Jieldv.
There will bo plenty of action for
run the cutlro tournament olT In thu
tlniu taken to play u ilngbt matdi. ...
rive teams from null iliili-wlll Iskn i
purl, tho club winning Ihrco out of flvo
Tho visitor to tho tennis
courts at CloldPii (late I'ark has
often hpnrd n plnjcr, when nsk
Ing for the return of u ball Hint
has gone astray, call "Thank
)ou, please." It Is tho tennis
phi)cr'n way of asking another
to throw tho ball back to htm.
How many pl.ijcrs of today, or
how many nf those who do not
play, but follow tlio gnme, know
Just how that rpqupst, "Thank
you, please," originated' Per
haps not moro than a dozen or
so nt tho most. Htlll It Is heard
everywhere tennis Is played
around Hie bay counties.
Kouio ten or twelve years ago
at the California Tennis Club
there was it oung Kngllshman
named Uuililcy who played tho
game merely for tho exerclso ho
could ri t out of It. Irom tho
time Iluclilpy left tho clubhouse
wllh bis toRs on until ho Rot
built to tho shower ho was con
stantly on u Jog trot, but not
utwii) after tlio bull Quito
frequently during his matches
ho would stop another plajer by
railing, "Thulik ou. please." A
bill of his hud Ronn astrny The
other pla)cr was compelled to
stop his Rnme and throw It
bulk. After ii'tlmo tho Califor
nia Club players started mim
icking lluihley, and no pluyer
had longer to retrlevo his own
nails that had gone on another
court. lrom nil parts of tho
grounds could bo heard tho
"Thnnlj you, please," until, at
Hip present time, that Is tho
only way u plnjir requests that
it bull bo rcturncdJto him.
tho spectators, for uery court lit both matches to enrry off tho honors.
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HILTON IS UNIQUE
IN WORLD OF
English and American Cham
pion Is Cool and Machine
Like In Play.
The most prominent figure In tho
Amerlcnn Rolling world today Is Har
old II. Hilton, tho amateur champion
of (Ireut lliltaln, who captured th?
American tlllo from Hip flower of homo
golfers at tlm Apawumls course, New
York, and latir furtlur distinguished
himself by winning the Invitational
tournament nt tho National links from
an equally elnssy Held, putting out
"Chick" Hvuiis, tin, champion of
rriinre. In the finals. ,4.
Hilton performed the hitherto nlmosl'
unparalleled feat of winning the low
sioro medal In I ho championship qual
Ifylng round, ns well as tho main
event. It being u superstition In golf
that no man wins Isitli.
Illiton lias hpen twlco open cham
pion nnd twho b'eforo niiiatpiir cham
pion of tlm Ilrltlslf Isles. Ho won his
llrst open championship In ISO! think
of It, nineteen .years ago nnd, curi
ously enniiKh, won tho open ovent
twice beforo he captured tho amateur
Tho double. tllrholder halls from tho
Itojal Liverpool club. Is 43 ears of
age, and a rather small man of wiry
build. Ho Is not what might bo term
ed a sensational player, though ho gen
prulli Iimm Nnmptliltif- In tils line for an
emergency. but Ills game Is remark- tyTf i
WII1IT 1.JI l' ,11. Illlllltll.lt, ri t-vinit.ii, .,i
stronghold being a long Iron shot ap- ,
proach. "H. If.", as be Is sometimes
called, plays usually with n cigarette
In Ills mouth, and Is noted for his ex
treme Imperturbability In almost any
Another distinguished visitor recent
ly nrrlved Is George Duncan, a Scots
man, but now engaged as professional
at Hanger Hill, one of tho eighteen
most prominent courses tributary to
Iindon. Duncan enn piny eighteen
boles probably better thnn any man In
the world, but ho Is apt to fall down
under the severe conditions of the
llrltlsh tournaments, which aro usual
ly spventy.two holes medal piny.
Duncan Is an unusually Intoresttne
player to watrb, though ns a ruin n
golf match Is about as exciting to tho
observer as It Is to spo u man having
Ills boots blacked" The Hunger Hill
man Is considered Hie rastest player v
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WHAT THE GREAT
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TI1E TITLE "KING" 0FALL
bottled, beers has been earned by Anheuser-Busch for
"The Old Reliable"
It's impottiblo to improve upon iU Quality and Purtiyt because it it brewed only
from tho bct materials and thoroughly aged in the largest storage cellars in the
world. Its mildness and low percentage of alcohol makes it friends everywhere,
Tjrus Cobb of Detroit still
leads tho American Dasebnll .
League In bulling, huso steal'' ,&
lud and run getting. Ills Hat-
ting overage Is .410, Jackson of
Cleveland being st-cond, with
.400. Iijole of Cleveland Is
third, with .3SS.
Cobb has stolen 78 bases,
which gives him an average of
.50. Cohh has scored 138 runs,
wljllo Jackson of Cleveland Is
second, with 130, mid Hush of
Detroit third, with 118 runs.
In the National Iaguo Jack
son of lloston heads" tho list In
batting, with jun average of
,383, while Almeida of Cincin
nati Is second, with .355, and
Mcm of New York flilrtl. wllh &
.343, In base stinting, iTK-ccher P
of Cincinnati Is first, .with an 3
avrrugo of ,48; Devoro,of New $
Bottled oil' (wi'fn cor, or crown copi) t lt
St Louis, Mo.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
of thu sa'uio team lhlrd,wllh .38.
Hugglns of St. Louis Is tho
leading riin-getter, with an av
erago of .78; Sheckard" of Chi
cago second, with ,76, and Doylo
of New York third, wth .73.
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