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EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 19)1.
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The work of exterminating
would be done with greater ease
if you are shod in Regal Shoes.
We have just the shoe for this
work. It's the "E. Z. Walker."
livery pair guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
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Corner King and Bethel Sts.
I The Bulletin's Page of Sports
MODEL FLYERS CAREFULLY
GUARDED BY THEIR
Two-Thirds of Your Life
Is Spent in Your Clothes
livery person should realize
In what mi extent Ills personal
appearance Is dependant iimii
IIih clothes ! wears Therefore
li.i should get the best Tor thii
money hi' HjifinlH nil tlii'iu.
Von surely iiiikIiI I" know,
when sum- chillies lire cut fruni
vnur own measure mill lllli'il to
nn, they urn more likely In lit
Ihan u linplumiril selection from
a slock uf rendy-to-wear-iiiiule-for-no-one
i.l tier eent. Iiiivii u ilefect In
their llgtirc. Only way t" nvcr
iiiiini this In clothes have them
made tn uir in Ti measure.
Expensive? Nn liuiro when wn
make them than .Mill i.iy for
reudy-tn-wenr. Come, get snlls
fnetliin, save iniiney mill worry.
Suits $20 and up
GEORGE A. MARTIN, Tailor,
.. HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS
i:vr.NiNots intii. a
One of California's Best Quality Table Wines
Red, White and Sparkling
Large and Small Bottles
Special Attention Paid to Family Trade
Lovejoy b Co.,
902 NUUANU STREET
makes reiluctlnn of weight, n pound n day, nn easy ni.itter.
Hi- guarantees, with his svstcm of "INTHItNAI. UXIIIt
CISHS," to enre l'eriimiiently the new rent earn' uf cniisllpa
t lull or Indigestion, ilne to fuiHllnii.il liiaellnii J 1 1 - system
Ii.ih lieen tried out, thniuughly li-i-.t.-t. mitl iiiillinrl.eil for nun
hv ox-l'iesldcnt Itowuvelt, the two surgciiiis-gi nenil nnil
ehler-iif-Htun uf the U. S. Army Ail.iiteil to both l.ulleH Mini
I'rhutn treatment ii'nl class Instruction nt Hawaiian lintel
fur n few weeks only. Telephone 31:17.
NOTE. Young men who wish to join Boxing Class will
make application nt once.
First consignment of this Celt rated TABLE WINE to reach this
Territory from Portugal.
Cases of 1 doz. Large Bottles, $6.50
" 2 doz. Small " 7.00
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Fresh Eastern Oysters
Best Beef in the Country
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS
Dope on Fitzgerald and Kaoo
Somewhat Complex Sarsch
That niiiralhim nlfnlr seems tine for
Mill iiunlhir postponement Hunners
nnil promoters hne nlinut tleelileil Hint
the Siiml.iy following Thanksgiving
D.tv wnulil be luttir tlmii Thnnksglv
Iiik Itself, nn account of the footlinll
gniiics nnil other sporting nttractlniii
sit fur the hittir ilate They ate sVIII
wavering, being llinvtlllllK to postpone)
the line for u fnuilh time, hut It seeiim
probable th.it the Kate receipts will
talk luuillv elinlllill to InlUlcllCO thn
The iimiouneetnent Hint Frank
Klinrscli. the luenl ki'IiooI ruiiiur, will
tnke a chance with Fitzgerald, Kaon,
Soldier King. K. Charley nnil Tsukn-
inoto ndds considerable Interest to the
race Whether Shnrsch cull go thedl
tance remains to he. Keen, nnil his many
frleniN ami supportiTH lire looking for
wanl to cheering him on.
The principal Interest centers III Hie
meethiK of Fltrgeriilil nnil Antoiie
Kiinn, the Wulnliin Horse, nnil It Is
prolinhle Hint conshleriihlii colli will lie
limn on their respective chances The
ilupe nn the two runners narrows iluwn
to Just this: 1'ltzgemld known he Ins
the pace, hut Isn't Hiiro whether he can
hohl It for the illstntiec; Kaon known
he has the emlurnliee. hut Isn't mire
whither he can liohl the pace Until
these questions will he llliswereil when
the mi ii get together, n ml not before
On October 30. llilU, Soldier King
hent Kiinii ill) fifteen miles. Then,
shortly nfterwanls, Kaoo came hack nnil
Ik nt King cnsllv over the full iiinr.i
thon illstanee Fitzgerald has heaten
Klin; several II s Can l'll7KrriiM
M M tt
BIG LEAGUE UMPIRE
VICTIM OF ONE OF
l'lak (irlllltli wnrkeil the smooth
est trick over put over on hlin, Hilly
Kvnns says. UrlfT not only caught
Hilly napping, but pulleil Hi" wool over
his eyes nn well, This IB me siory
related by Fearless Hill:
"Hi lllltli wim muiinglhg the Yankees
Hid second year I umplreil, ami in a
game In Chicago Iki protested ukuIiihI
Kit WhIhIi'h half-halk million liiwanl
llrHt IkihV, which iiiiulc It lmposslhle
fir YHnkV'o butie ruiuierH tu tell when
Wiijuh .wouMTItcli nffil wlien lie wnulil
HirOA- ld tlrHt.
"A coiiptu of ViinkJoM li.nl been
cn'uRht off llrnl, and Crllllth ciiiiio to
luu and Kiild, 'WiiIkIi makes n full balk
eery tluio lm lillclii's wllb a man mi
Ural .My playeis are liitcllleiit bane
ruiiliei'H and they wouldn't be nhowed
up iih they are if Walsli'H dellety
'All llKlit,' I luouilMed (Irllf, 'the
next tlmii line of jour pluyerH In
Hhnueil up I will rail a balk tin
"Neal Hull Kt on In the next In
nluj;, took a lead and was cuiii;ht oil
lit Ht by IKteen feet. I told him tn '.
to Hcetilid, Waluli kicked, and then u
tsreat light brolui upon me.
"nrllllth find told Hall to lake an
iliiiiHiially loni; lead inid Ket cniiKbl.
relyliiK " 'y pniiiilhti to call a balk
If that very tlilni; happened.
"I asked flrlrr while the, Nap-Cln-
L'lnnatl series was on If lie remem
heieil the play. He did.
'"Hid Mill lull Hall to net caue.hl
purposely?' I asked.
"(Iiin siilled and said. Sure.'"
BUSINESS MEN TO
TACKLE GYM WORK
I'hls nftirnouii the business men's
i luh of the V. M C A., nlieaily some
r,0 strninf, will hold Its Initial meetlnK
nnil wnrlc-oiil III the lilb' Km Dr I.
II Hand, phsleal dlreitnr, will Kle
(I lemhers a shuit talk nnil explain
the uses or tho uirlous weights, pulls,
wrlil uiachlnes and nthir upparatiis,
with which the iiiiiasluiu Is sn well
The huslness nun's club was niKan-
Ued with Hi" Idea of i-.UIiik men who
null. I not snare the tluio for oiitiloor
siioits a chance to obtain systcmalh
exiulse, and tu keep III iood physlcul
iiiudlllon. The ineinbers will meet
Monday, Wednesday and lrld.iy after
liooiis, and will work In the n m from
i :t i until c.
CHARLES A. LOOMIS,
Director of boys' work of the Y. M.
C. Ah who is managing the Bul
COMPETE IN EAST
Crack Honolulu Swimmer May
Be Sent to New York for A.
A. U. Championships.
Local patrons of elenn nuiattur sport
are lnis Iiik themselves uvir the. prop
osition of sciiiIIiik Duke Kahaimmokil
to New York next IVbruary, to Klve
him a chance to ileuioustrnti) his abil
ity In the water with the best swim
nurs In the miliary The iuiKKHtluli
Hint he miike the trip eoines directly
from tllto Wnhle, ehnlriiiaii of Hie rec
ords ininmlllee nf the A A I'.. Illlil
success In the trials nivalis a place on
the Auurlcnii team that will compete
In the Ol) tuple Kaineh at Stockholm
When Kahiiiiamoku astonished the
local spurthiK world by swimming 10
yurds In opiu wnler In tin world's rec
ord time of r. 1 1' -.. on AiiKiist 12 last,
his time nnil the lonilltliius under
Which It was made were sent to the
A A I'. That body, on account of Its
Interuntlniial cnmu'Ctlnus, has tn err on
the side uf caution, nnil has mlopteil u
"sliuw me" uttltiide toHiird the Ho
uoliilu swimmer The olllehls wmt
Yuik to compete
If he cun bent
TELLING BLOWS MM REAL FIGHTER
With the II til let Ill's lim.kl iiero
plnlie contest only time ilari off, the
)oiim; liaeiiturs who hne betu pa
tiently experhneiithiK with the practl- him to come tu New
eal application of the laws uf Might for,!" the aliliinil A A tT.
weeks past, me inlKhty nut fill III their plntishlps III IVbriuiry
try-nuts I'irller In the pi.-pgratory , their best men. It will prue, nceurdlim
stages a smashed model lljir or a dc- to .Mr Wuhle, that the measuri meiits
11111IW111I isllder was ihnri;. d to the ue-'niul tlmliiB here were torrect, iind Ills
until uf .ih rl.-nce. u ml toiihl be re- n-inrd will iroKihl be allowed More
T Ii e KUCCessf ill
lluhler will not
exhaust his eiier
(ilea uselessly for
the mere sake of
ment: Ills one ob
ject should he to
direct his dellery
to Home ltal spot;
nnil these plates
on the body are
limited to tlie pro
The points most
susceptible are tin
chin nnd pit nf the stomach, or solar
plexus; the former causing temporary
tllicotiscloiistiess by reason of the Jar,
KtiBpeiiillnc, temporary action In the
nerves at the base of the brain, thus
affectlliK tho entire hod) If the con
tvstant has prepared himself well and
Is In Kood pli)slcal condltloii, no se
rlous results will follow, and lie will
soon recmer Ills senses The solar
plexus blow Is followed with symp
toms elitliely dlffeicut The pneiiino.
KiiHtrlc nere, branches of whlili per
tueale the Internal body. Is timpora
llj W. K.
rlly parnlyeil While the lcllin It
fully conscious of his HiirtoundltiKH,
he Is unable to nunc a muscle and
Is siirferliiK Intense nipiuy until the
nervH thus affected resume their nor
mal in Hon Ills misery is divided be
tween his elfin Is lo move and to
breathe, hopelessly ualclilnt; the ref
eree count out the fatal ten, repre
sentiiiK as many minnils, which In
dicate his defeat
The brutality of puullhnu ling of
!ulc years been leduied tu a mini
mum, due In l J'.i-ly to the more sclen
tlhc inethoils of attack and defense
that have recently come Into use.
Our ureal llKhters do not aim so much
to cause broken noses, black e)i'R and
"till ears" ( Indicating superior science
In early IIkIiIhi. hut rather to produce
a direct knockout, by reachliii; one of
the two plates referred to
A lighter vvlni demonstrates this hu
mane spirit of pugilism is our pres
ent lightweight champion, Wolgast.
Ills style of attack Insures the most
elfectlve klioikinit, while Ids defense
oilers the greatest resistance to pun
ishment The present line of live-ounce gloves
lends also to lessen the brutality of
this manly sport
Important still is tne ciiance ni ikimiik
Hawaii represcnteil nn the American
Olympic team. If Duke can do Id"
best In the liist, he s pretty sure of
j It Is up to Honolulu sportsmen to
give Duke his chance Lorrln An-
lilreus of the hs'al branch of the A A
Whin the miniature Myers nre lined IT. has spoken to several prominent
up lor lev lew III Ihe big g s hall ot mm lure, and has received favorable
the V M. C. A next Halunl.iy. It Is replies, ultliough there has been no nt-
bullt In Improved form Now, how-
evir, the real test Is too i lose at liainl
to penult of taking liberties with the
flail contraptions of silk, bamboo nnd
metal A bad smash might menu the
withdrawal of all entry, and the boys
are ilolug their piactlslng with sicoml-
now assured that the Minn lug will be
as line as In nnv model contest pre
viously held hi America The contest
Is to tnke place tit 4 p tit Sal unlay,
and the Judges will be iiiiniiiiuceil In a
day or so
l'i. Mowing is the classlllcalloii and the
list of events:
Inapt as yet to pass
I Ion paper Now It
willing to gu dun n
loiiinl a subrrl
ilepends on how
I sportsmen lire
Into thilr pockets
for the necessary wherewithal
n v '.'
.ludgo McCtedlo ha I illstiii'iis1iel
eoinpuny on tils return West. When
leaving Chicago, who rlinuld drop on
Clasa A Flvlna.machme. thlrtv In. th train but Oy 0111115 1he gr.Ulrt
chei or more (length over all). olid mun of baseball. Cy win rum-
Class B - Flylng.machlnes under lK Wffcl to visit his biotlier at nifiln,
thirty Inches In length. Or,, and will later go lo Portland
rl.i. r.C.lttrrn. I
Class D Special class.
Clast A Machines making longest
flight; first, second and third prizes.
Class",1 B Machines making longest
flight; prizes as above.
Class C Gliders making longest
distances without dropping; prizes ai
Class D For best.constructed mo.
dels, any kind of flying.machlne; does
not have to fly. Prizes as above.
EUROPEAN ATHLETES CONCEDE AMERICAN
TEAM MAJORITY OF POINTS AT OLYMPIAD
That tin- Hlvinplc games selieilubd vutloii uf the physical training In the ,(
lo take place at Ktoikholm. Sweden, A rlciin m Imol v steins, as this Ii
. I.. I.. ..ill I leil In a ureal- line nf the pniliollliceil features of tho
reiires.iilalloii of nibbles than In Dinlsh eiliicat loniil ! porimeiits iih
... ..... in .-r tl...
the past has hull liulher exploiieu 111 suites nun iiiiu.im. - .......j ,.,.,...
the tiiiiiotiii.uii. nt that Denmark will Hiiropenii iiallniis. I Just awakening to
eiitir a le 1111 id . innpi tllnrs In the In- the important f. Hie regular Olympic
leriiiillounl event lor the put pose of program, and. while the Dalles do not
studying American methods In all expect In tlgure conspicuously In Hm
biiinches 01 sporl, Moritz Itasmussen ilMrlluilloii or minors in nneiieu m-xi.
of Copeiihiigin Is note looting America sum r. 11 iiivumn owuik "in pit-
mid will arilve In Man I'ranclsco soon pare the way for future nsplrntloni.
Hnriuusseii It delalle.l hv Ihe IMnlilii 'I lie visiting nthlillc olllclal staiei
Athletic Astnilill n gatlur such In-' that all uf Hurupe Is Interesteil In the
formation 11s will nsslst the Danes In rohilng games, mid that great prepjra-
i.rgiinl.llig their forces which will par-, lions nre being made by the Sweill-n
tlclpnte In the Oltinidinl of HH2 I.Ike ' olllclals for the Hal ng 01 tne games
the Aiiinteur Athletic I'liloii of Ainer- ami tin- reception 01 tne vunuiiK am
lea. the Danish Albletlc Association Is b'les Sweib-n. by the employment of
the controlling body of aiualeiir nth- Anurlcnn coaches, has made woiider
letlcs In Denmark f"l strldeit ilurlug the last two yean.
The foreign leiaes. illative has b.eMi'ninl will make a Mrst-ihtss bid for the
In the United States six months As he-sl to bei offered ut the Olympic)
the Danes have given more intention games Hasmusseii states Hint Oer-
to class athletics and gymnastics In-, many will nlso be a strong eontenuer,
stPMiVnf track and Meld sports, the In- but that the strength of the Knellsh
novatloii of the running and Jumping, teams Is uncertain It Is generally
events Is attracting unusual attention com eiled that the American team will
In Denmark win the majority of points at theOlym-
Itnsiiiussen Is making a clne obser- pic games.
1 39 Merchant Street
BIG GAME HUNTING
IS EXPENSIVE SPORT
IGO TO THE OLD RELIABLE!
TRAINER FOR A GOOD
Bath and Massage
176 King Street Phone 24671
Mnrli enlliinliisui has been stirred
up by the accounts of tho recent big
game hunt In Africa by Col. House
veil, ami many longing eyes have
been turned In that illicctloii. bill Un
it lp Is :i costly one, aH the following,
riven out eiillcially, will show:
A sporlsmau planning 11 hunting
trip In Kant All lea has tho choice of
live sieamur mules from ICuropu to
Mombasa, Hie port of the Protector
le. l'list-class tetiirn faro from
1 0111I011 amounts lo nhu'it :iTiii, while
Ihe niHt from Marseille and Naples
Is Homuvvlint lower,
The llrst-class rnuud-lrlp fare
rt t nn .Momliisi lo Naliohl, the starl
ing point for shooting pirles. Is
t'CL T.-. I. ...Ili.'illi' i.v.trvlhltli. nveotit
chdhlng Is liable to an Import duty I"'' f"r I6U "l'
'if lu per cent, but one camera, one The expense In
nalr of field ulasses. and olio tele- eludes the hire)
trope are admitted duty free. Origi
nal Invoices should Ii3 produced lor
goods whenever possible.
The licenses required by n traveler
may be any one of four, namely, a
sportsman's license, costing 750 ru
pees ( $-4:1 1 . a 1 c sklent s license, nt
till, a Iravclci's license, at S, or a
landholder's license, at $10. ICach of
these licenses Is good for one year,
except tho traveler's, which Is valid
for only one month. If a person
holds a sisirtsinau'H or a resident's
license nnd deslies lo kill one ele
pliant, $49 extra must ho paid, and lo
kill two elephants $ll:. but If Ihe
second elephant is not obtained u
lefuud of $U7 Is made. As lions and
leopanls ate classed as vermin no II
cense to kill tli'in Is relinked.
The spoilsman may bring his own
balleiy, If nut, lilies and gnus can
geiieially he lilicd or purchased In
Nairobi If hired, the expense Is $1;
to $1U per week, according to the
valuo of tho gun Heavy and light
cordite rllles, both new and used, can
I e bought, together with ammunition
Practically any tltno of tho year
will do for shooting In Kast Africa
nut on account of the big rains It Is
preferable to plan trips for periods
between May and February.
A white guide, familiar with tho
language and customs, can usually,
be secured, the wages varying fiom
$195 to $:n;r, per month, with food,
'Miulpment, etc, furnished by tho
head of the expedition. I'onles or
mules are iniujlly taken, and they
can be either hired or bought out
right, ltoiighly speaking, a good
mule ran lie obtained for $80 and a
Ihe Held, which In
of tents, necessary
camn 111 inline, tne cist of inoa,
wages, niitul. and rations of the
teressary altchdants, h: reckoned nt
about $48ii per month for each mem
ber of Hie expedition that Is to say,
each sportsman. This sum does not
Include liquors, ami It may easily be
orceeded If luxuries are required.
The expenses of a safari vary with
the nattiio uf tho district visited,
anil if a foodless, waterless, or other
wise tlllllcuU territory Is chosen, the
cost Ih Increase to a considerable
extent, The fotegolng figures have
tefereuce to a safari starting from
Nairobi. The average number of
isnters, per man, on a two mouths
lilp Is about 30. Travelers tiro nib
vised to bring their own personal kit,
bonis, etc., battery and ammunition,
and a good pair of field glasses;
overy thing else can be purchased lo
cally If desired. Several linns inaku
a liuslness of managing safari expeditions.
FOR FIGHT FANS LEAVE THEIR WIVES
A gang of low-lnous slls around,
Ami chews and spits upon the grinim'
ll'imblers, cutthroais.illps and pugs,
llorsclhlcves, tlrehurs. fiends from drugs.
How they came, they Utile care,
All they know Is, they are there;
Why they came, they can not tell.
Hut shy the game, life's simply, well
A gent, advancing fiom the throng
Of Tin-horns, loudly beats a gong.
Two husky guyH Invade the scene
One rais tbo other on the bean;
Then feeling vagiielv brute alarms,
They fall into the others arms;
A sluirl arm Jolt, an upper cut,
And one's a champ, unci one's a
A swollin lamp, a leaky beak.
Home bumps that mi ml within a
For this the low browed one will
So down vvlth him, uhysmul brute!
The law ciles out In holy shame.
In the name of SPOUT, we stop the game.
The hlgliliinwcil gem. 011 all Autumn day,
Takes wife and kids, and drives uvvay,
To sen Ihe Cup rare, wheie the strife,
Is sure to hilng to an end a life,
lly tin. race course. In their best.
Is seen the high bom, gaily dressed;
They cheer Ihe racers wanning tip.
To the coming struggle for the cup;
The leirihle strain of the awful puce,
' Is plainly wtlt on the driver's face.
The race Is 011, with cheer nnd yell.
A cloud of dint, a will, a smell,
A blistered the, a lost control,
A dead man mussing up the goal;
A murmured player, a dying moan.
Wife and sweetheart left alone.
A sickening scene, a mangled heap.
Of entrails, bones, and blood, may keep
Tho widowed mother of an only sou,
lu Htinow Ihe test of Ihe days to come.
This terrible struggle, this loss of life,
Muy be seen by the hlghbnrn's kids and wife.
For n couple of plunks, 011 an Autumn day,
Willi never a Sherlfl lo bar tho way.
Tho hlghbrowed gent, so It seems to 1110,
Who takes his wire and kids to see,
Might learn a lesson from the do!,
Of tho low-brows game. Hie While Man's llopo
UK MAY NOT IIAVK Till: MASSIVi: DO.MKT
hut win: and kids, in: i.i:avi:s at homi:
I'or tho llrst tluio lu Mutiny Wild ccipls, $r.ri. "No world's series' mo
Hill Donovan, tho Titer pitcher. Is.ney this yeir, either." walled Hill,
minus his smile A Ihlef burst into
his billiard parlor at Detroit recently
and extracted tho Saturday night's io-
It's a long Hmo to next pay
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