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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1911.
Importers and Dealers
Fine Wines and Liquors
902-904 NUUANU OTREET
Lovejoy fe Co. The Bulletin's Page of Sport:
holk aohnts ron
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
Doltled at tha Celebrated Bartlett Sprinao. Lake County, California.
Ab a MEDICINAL and TABLE WATER, It hat NO EQUAL.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO FAMILY TRADE
DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PART8 OF THE CITY
FACTOR IN TENNIS
ri-,-n t y r
I dSZ If.
JMk I I
Is Captain J. I). H. Phillips tif tint
steamship .cnlnmlln lt tennis enthusi
ast? , iWsii'L seem ulTliniicI ns though this
iiiuttiri'il niic wny or tlio iiIIkt, mid 1'ct
ii number of lending lights or the loc.il
tennis world nro losing sleep over tlm
problem, Hem's the key to thu riddle:
If tho Xenlnhdlu docks early on thn
afternoon of November 8. Mutirk'ii Me-
Lolir.hlln mid Heals Wright will Imro
time In pl.iy mi exhibition mulch In
llonoliilu. If, mi thn other linnd, she
l! In III iih lute im did thu Alnrnmn nil
her Lift trip, lucid rneiiel men won't
col Ih.i dinner of seeing tho Davis Cup
challengers In nctlon. Now, nrKuu tho
dopestcrs. If Cnptnln Phillips In a ten
tils, rrank lihnelf i will crowd his
hhlp i iih to arrive hen. In good sm
kiiii, for llnnl plniiH for the mutch will
bo tlnidied hy wireless, nnd ho will ho j work to look n( him, anil tin. otllccrs
BASEBALL AND SOCCER
DIVIDE INTEREST AT
Color Scries Still the Subject
of Speculation Faculty
In n game of lniHehnll plnyed nt Kn-
mehiiiiiehii Schnolii Wednesday nfter
.noon thn l!lue Kecond team put It all
oer the Whites to the tunn of IS to 3,
lifter one of the most onesided games
plnjod on the campus for ninny a day.
,"i:klmo," who twirled for thn Whiten,
twns hit hard, nnd his curves were pent
to nil corners of thu Held. Tho gume
went only live Innings,
This U tho Whites' first defeat since
the sirles began. They lacked tliosup-
ort of the Hide lines during the iniitch.
while tho nienihcrri of the Iteds turned
out In full force to cheer for the Hlucs.
nnd there wns music In the ulr when
Hint aggregation piled up the big totnl
of 18 runs In so short n time.
Your Complete Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
SS THE FQRMFIT S&K
Young Hotel Laundry
Work Called For and Delivered
Union and Hotel StreoU Phone 1862
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
At All the Leading Saloons
. Wholesale by
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd,,
.74 QUuEN STREET
posted on tlie sltuntlon. If tho enp
tnln'H n good sport he won't BrudBu rt
few more tons of conl, nnd will bo on
linnd himself In n clean whltn uniform
when the mainland cracks bo up
iig.ilnst the Im-sI pair tlint the Island
enn turn out.'
Hut liero'n another consideration. It's
probable that tin) cnptnln, If ho knows
or cares nnythliiR about tennlH ut all,
Is mi Australian partisan. It's reason,
nblo to accept these premises for pur
poses of analysis, at tiny rnte. Now,
hurried forward to shake his hand and Wednesday nfternoon the InlerclnsH
usk for the latest news of his II) In soccer series wni, continued nnd tho
ft'n''1' lads from tho sixth grade held down
Kly rnino nhoard to see. for the first the seniors to n no-scoro game. Thn
time, the motion picture's that were champions of last year tried their best,
taken nt the time of his Bre.it Minre to but failed to put. tho plsskln through
ship and ship to slioro llljtht two weeks for a single score,
before. Wo nil went below, nnd In the During tho second half both teams
darkened wardroom tho reel began to played strongly, nnd tlmo nrter time
click out the pictorial story " r.ly's the nenlor tried for Konl, but Kenhl
cast with Dentil. First the ordered nut wnH them with the goods nnd
hurry of preparation nnd the Html ad- stopped alt kinds of shots, if. Itlnn.
Justiiient of the ropes weighted with nt full hack for tho sixth Rrnde, tie-
MEN WIN THEIR
Hall Cup Tournament Brings
Out Some Clever Tennis
But No Form Reversals.
3 p. m. Nickejson v. Eklund.
4 p. m. Cattle v. Barnet.
4 p. m O'Dowda vt. Sinclair.
Oreenwell vt. Thompton.
The close of this afternoon's piny w 111
see tho Hull Cup toiiriuitiu'iit down to
tho senil-llnal round. Some (rood
matches urn on the card for today, but
the" cream of thu tournniiHiit will conio
tomorrow In thn upper half of tho
draw, for F.klund figures to beat Nlck
elson nnd Cnstto Is likely to bent
Ilurnes. If this pntr meet In thn semi
finals It should provide tho best tennis
of tho tournament.
Yesterday little O'Dowda, the Kwo
player, won from N'nquln In the pro-
iimmnry round mnlcli Hint the latter
protested tho day before. After half nil
that being tho case, will he llBiiro tliiitWiml bags, Ingeniously coutrhed by tin, feinted goal well, and It wns umuslnc ,,0Ur''1 "' '"' k'd,ontn tho courtH
It (II lii.lt, fir lilii.lur llm ..liiiiinAD tt ....I... ,., t- ... ...... itmiln nit.l ,lr...,,...l n...... mm... t. .......
It will help or hinder tho chances of.uvhitor himself to cheik his
American team to stretch tliclr'tum when tho wheels of his mnchlno ami knock tho ball out of thn dancer "f iM ,"'"'r ""lUh wnM ""' '"",r ""'
rtuli.iH.i eittit u4nafll lk.t.-.- Ik IL..I .e t - "lilt!!! islid ,tit1....rt.. . I- . ...it i.. i
b'Biv ashore, and smash holes In the
local cinders? lie might reason that
one hard mutch after n week on bonrd
nlilp would trnd to refresh the team,
iiiuli keep oyo and hand In condition, or,
again, ho might craftily consider that
on account of Maurice McLoughlln's re-.cully-sprained
Oh, whnt's the usel 1'robnbly thn
worthy miWgntor has never henrd of
tlie D.ivls ('up, nnd tnkon McLoughlln
and Wrlgtit for u yoiitiB millionaire and
his tutor traveling for health nnd use
moiueii- to seo him mix It with tho lilg fellows
ngnln nnd defeated flrny. The feat urn
sending tho inen back for thn second
..,.r. r,rt ll.u l ...i.i.. ,i.l '' ""- "'" rany or so. nnu
Eugene Ely, Aviator.
I'oor i:ugeno Klyl Another nvlnlor,
and n gooi) one, paying tho lieavy toll
that the air uxacts for tho right to usn
Its uncharted highways. Year by year.
month by month--yes, even week by
id-j klie Tfciitlflls"t grows, and nlwnys
those that call least bo spared to
frlrnds nnd science nro taken.
It was nhoard the cruiser Pennsyl
vania, nt anchor In San Diego harbor,
Dint I last SAW t:i. Kt 111 fr-CKh frntti
tho trlumpl) of wlglng his way across a long time yet."
Han Kranclfco from tho aviation Held
struck thn deck. Then tho soeck In .,..,.. ti... . fnM .,. . I'lrlng. Thn gentleman who olllcluled
the distance that grow larger and 11- elv.. in.. ii. 1A.1 r. ., i wns late tlniennd again In calling faults,
,, , " " "" " ,v," " " I""".
ii.uiy r'Fomu iisvir into a rurllin bl
Kl.llin Which tllllDeil flrnt iiVtr Mm nnU
er West Virginia nnd then rushed un- The seniors lu.No lost none, but havo.11'1" u"l'ou,,lei,l- I"" ""' '"t 1"
uesuniuiRiy 10 wnni ioorm like n sum plnyed three Ho games, while tho ju-
simiHli-up on tho sroii-llko platform nlors hau played three nnd drawn one'.
thut extended over the Pennsylvania's capturing tlio other two.
stern. Then the lauding,' am. Illy, nil t
smiles nnd bicycle tires, wrapped round Tho Knm soccer team which will en-
his shoulders In lieu of life preservers, tf.r t, ,B league series will plav a
klssliiB his wife uml shaking hands fuw practise games with thn school
t. III. f.ll.tttln t..n.,.nH.l l.t .1 ...
"-" ' """ "" " """" team in ulxiut two weeks from now.
i sin iiexi 10 ,iy ni uie wnruroom Tho Knniehanivhaa nro a strong bunch
tnble while the picture flashed on tho f players this year,
now iiimhii ut l nskni "Weren't The color series will bo continued
you ufrnld of something going wrong. Saturday nfternoon on tho schoot
or didn't ou have time; to consider grounds, when the White second team
iimncm; j wM, m(,e, tlit .nr1 occreiratlcui.Jil
"No." replied 'iny, Vfttefn'-riloment'fl uiihcIkiII match.
iiesiuuion. i renlizeii lira chances I The members of the fnculty nro turn.
nam inning, out i can t sny I was B ollt n forco evrry t.vonnK for tpn
nfnild. It's a risky game nt best, but nln on tin, new lnwn. Hil,,v T.tulnir
I'm n fatalist, and I know I won't 'so stlin ,! K, a. imrtlctt nro umong the
oiii ne i ore my tune. The nlr may get cracks.
me, but I don't think Hint will bo for ir..unini ur,-..u nr n, ,.,.,!. ,..i,
Schools left this week for Kuunl. whero
Han rranqfco from tho aMatlon Held And less than eight months nfter. he will spend two w erica visiting friends
and landing tis gently ns u gull on Hint Hug-no Kly lies dead nt Macon. On.. ,, ,,,.,. of , ,)OJ.H ,,,, Blr,
...ir.i-1 n nvvn, ,11V mm a uero 10 cvcryjnrier n rail or a scant nrty root. Ho
man on tho ship. When hn cumo up was of the nlr, nnd tho nlr claimed its
(ho gangway the Jackles stopped thelr'own.
Has no equal in the laundry.
Ask your grocer for it.
'-M e-B-i i-iBI w- B i Hh FLKwmM eH I .hi
P. A. C, SURE Of
the Senior I.enguo pennant or not. It
Is the Portuguese sportsmen of Mnul
who nro promoting tho games; nnd they
figure that a picked team from the en
tiro league, wouldn't be u good drawing
Manuel Jaresn, who has been hand
ling the business end of tho trip from
this end of the line, has received as-
It Ik now definitely decided that tho surnnco from J. M. Medelros, tho well.
Portuguese Alhletlc Club's crack ball known Mnul sportsman, that the nee
team will make a trip to Maul for n'essory guarantee will bo forthcoming
I AIM III MM I
seiles of I 111 co exhibition games. It Is
also decided Hint tho Portuguese will
po ns n team Intact, whether they win
for House Wear
for games nt Wnlluku and Knhulul. It
Is undecided whether or not a gamo
will be played at I-nlinlnn.
Tho P. A. C boys will sail Friday,
November 3, returning the following
With broad toft toet and
extra low rubber heels.
Nolaelet. tread. A regula
tion hospital thoe.
Price - $2.50
A new Low Heel Slip
per. Broad toe, with or
Price - $1.75
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT 8TREET
Open Saturday Evening
139 Merchant Street
FOR SCHOOL LEAGUE
The Grammar School soccer season
opens one week from today. Following
Is the schedule:
Friday. Oct. 27, 3 p. m. Central vs.
Iolnnl, at Mnklkt; Punahou vs. St.
Louis, nt Punahou.
Monday, Oct, 30, 3 p. In. Knahumanu
vs. Kiinu'hameha, ut Kamehalnelm.
Friday. Nov. 3 Central vs. Knahu
manu, nt Mnklkl, 3 o'clock; lolunt vs.
Punahou, at Knmchamcha, 4 o'clock,
Monday, Nov. C, 3 p. m. Kaiuoha
nicha vs. St. Louis, at Punohou,' ,
Friday, Nov 10, 3 p. m. Iolnnl vh,
St, I.ouls, nt Mnklkl; Knahuiiin'nu vs.
Piiiinhnit, nt Punahou,
Monday, Nov. 13, 3 p. m. Central vs,
Kamchnmvhu, ut Kiimelinmeha,
I'Tlday,' Nov. 17 Central vs: Puna
hou, ut Kamehnmelui, 4 o'clock; Kua
hiimnmi vs. St. I.ouls, at Mnklkl, 3
Monday, Nov. 20, 3 p. ni. Iolnnl vs.
Kninelmmehn, nt Punahou,
Friday, Nov. 21, 3 p. m. Central vs.
St, Louis, nt Punahou; lolanl vs. Ka
uhunuinu, nt Kamehumeha.
Monday, Nov 27, 3 p. ni. Punahou
ys. Kiimehameha, at Mnklkl, ,
Kklund showed tho best form that ho
has dev loped on thn local courtH In
his match with Guard, coming In often
and volleying from the half court to
the corners with great precision. Kk-
lund didn't attempt many smashes, but
his overhead placing wns almost per
fect , . 1 u
Cnstlo wns rather wild In Ids match
with Deerr, nnd thu latter enme within
a point of taking thn tlrst sit. Thu Is
luud champion wnB unsteady overheud.
nnd put ball after ball over the buck
Nlrkflson beut J. Wnterhouse, S-fi,
'Kklund bent Ounrd, 6-3, G-2.
Custlo bent Deerr, 8-C, C-4,
O'Dowda beat Naguln, 6-3, 3-, C-2,
O'Dowda beat Gray, 3-C, li-4, 7.B,
llames beut Ilenlon, C-3, 11-9.
' Sinclair beat (I. Waterhtiuse, 0-2, 6-3,
Oreenwell bent von Damin, 0-3, 10-8.
1, n u s
f t -5'
PORTLAND THE WINNER.
Coatt League Standing Oct. 14.
Sacramento ... SS
Bail Francisco.. S'.l
t.os AngclcH ., 71)
Portland Is a 1 to 100 shot to
win tho Const League pennant.
Thu season closes on Sunday,
October 22, nnd on thu Itth tho
Henvcrs had drawn away from
the Villagers and wero going
strong, while the latter worn
dropping gamo after gamo to tho
It would take a baseball mira
cle to wren the pennant from
J .s- . 4, j. ;. .j. .j. . ,j ,j, ,s. ..
, Court asking that It decldo wludlier
,,, or not tho Torrllory Is tn pay the sto
'ticgraphuni for limitcrliits.
Tho ciiKageuicnt Is announced of
MIbh Oweinlolln Hurdcn, the joungest
ilaiigliler of I. Townsend Ilurdeii of
NqwK)rt, It. I., to David Dows of New
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TAI LOY COMPANY
CHINESE JADE JEWELRY
Tourists Examine our Chinese Curios
Watch Repairing a Specialty
Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Sts.
WHAT THE WORLD'S
SERIES MEANS TO
PLAYERS IN COIN
Major League Champions Have
Netted Small Foi tunes from
One Week's Play,
We hope no ono will acciisn us of
playing up the '.'cuiunierclnl" end of
the event, If soiim statistics are given
on attendance, receipts and plajirH
sh.ires In previous world's series, slnco
they may pioxo of Interest as showing
puhllr attention ginn thn annual Inter
league clashes for tho highest honors
that ball teams enn achieve
The treaty of peace between tho two
major leagues, by which thu National
acknowledged tho Amirlcati Its cpml
hi all respect, paxed tho way for re
sumption of thn lulerleuguu meeting
hi the fall of 1M3, tho tlrst since ls).
when the National Leaguu ami the old
American Assochtloii hud their llnul
Huston nnd I'lllshurg met In tho llrst
of later day world's sirlort. The attend
alien wns 100.42U, In tho eight games
plnyed, the biggest slnglo day's uttend-
alue being IS. SOI,
No games were pl.'ned In 1901.
In l:05 (.Hants and Athletics nut mid
the lle guinea drew 91.72J, the biggest
day's ntteiid.ince being I.'I92,
In 1!0G White So mid Cubs hud
heir memorable meeting. They drew
for six games jis.SHJ people, with 23,257
on their banmr d.iy.
In H'U" the Chicago Cubs met De
troit, drawing 78.UCH In ilvo games;
biggest single game attendance, 21,377.
In 1U0S Chicago ami Detroit met
again and drew 62.232 In the games,
with 17.7C0 on the big day.
Ill Hfos Pittsburg met Detroit, seven
games pt.iycd, H5.2i)5 saw tho games
and 30.li If. set 11 high mark for a single
In 1!II0 thn Alhletli's met the Cubs,
llvn games worn plaed mill nil attend-
mice of 121,222 tiuiieif out, 27,374
crowding the park for the biggest day.
The following shows the receipts and
what the players n-cvlv.-d In former
l'.i03 JSO.000; Huston pl.-iyirs, IIS1
ench; Pittsburg players'. tl3I6 2r each.
1905 r,8,43C81J Athletic players.
1832 22; (ll.int plujirs. tUil.
11I0O 10C".5S0 White Sox players,
tI874.C3 eael; Cob Idejerai, f 139.19.
,,,1907 JOi;728.C0; Culi ldajtrs, 12.
142..r,' 0.1th: Detroit players, S19r,.9G
1908 f94.97B.S0; Cub players. fl3I7.
.58 each; Detroit players, f870 each
190!)-fl8S.3O2 50; Pittsburg plaiers.
I174E.S7 each; Dc'trolt players, f 1338.00
I10 fl73,9S0; Athletic players. f2.-
002 79 each; Cub players, f 1,375.16 each.
That the 1911 series will establish a
new set of records nil nooni nur.-c.l
Not only Is the Intercut grit, but Im-
iroxed ncconimodaHous Insure crowds
Hint will dwarf any sort of gathering
In the past.
Following on llm 'fact Hint b.. i.,i
been unable to obtain u trunuerini .,r
tlio papers In connection with n,n
I-iilialuu Innd caso. Attornev Central
Alexuiider Lindsay. Jr.. nuked lester-
doy for un extension ut time fnnii tlio
Miprcme Court to which ,ho Is .np-
pruiniK 1 rum inu iiccisinn or the Cl'
cult Court. This wan griuiled. He
also llletl papers with the Siinreoio
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