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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THUR8DAY, DEC. 14, 1911.
Yee Chan Co.
Fancy Silks and Canton Linen, Embroidered
Goods, Dress Patterns, Shirt Waist Patterns, Silk
Shawls, Silk Scarfs, Canton Linen Table Covers
and Doylies, Fancy Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Single or by the Box, Fancy Hand Bags, Ribbon
Neckwear, Suspenders, Hosiery, Fancy Toilet Sets
The above goods will make splendid Christmas
The Holidays are close and we ask that you
come and select goods while the stock is complete.
Yee Chan & Co.
Corner King and Bethel
One of California's Best Quality Table Wines
902 NUUANU STREET
Red, White and Sparkling ' ! ' H i'
Large and Small Bottles
Special Attention Paid to Family Trade
Lovejoy $ Co.,
of th. Itillan-Swlit Colony, In bulk and bottled.
Munro's House of Lord's Scotch
Reweo Rye Whisky
Louis Roederer Brown Label
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BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
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TWO KINDS OF A RACE FOR
Soccer Schedule Tinkered with
To Make Room for Town
Novel Feature Added to the
Kalakaua Avenue Walking
Meet Promises Sport.
Fleet Pugs Can't Find Oppon
ents and Ring Game
Athletic officers mill by tlmt Is
myant otllcers In charge of athletics
me hnvliiK n hard time satisfying the.
llstlo fain of the fleet. There are, sev
eral husky wrappers with the ships,
but the trouble Is thut there nre no
Tluro Will he li change In the soccer Homcthlng hrnilil new In ground cov
schidiilu Riturduy, In order to ullow crn(; pedestrian competitions Is In
the straight foothnll Kniuo lietweeii the ,tro for t,e spectators at the Kala
town team mid the crack eleven of iuiii nvenue wulklng race next Hun
the crulsir Murjland. It was consld- ,ij., n-H a rnCe for Japanese on clojrs,
ned mUuntugfiiiis to pluy this Kiinm .,,,,) ii nromlscn to lie rare suorl. (to
at .Mollllll, hi a ilk'kir was made with fr ,, s known by the management two of the mime weight and dais who
the Hawaiian Association Football or n,v meeting. It will be the llrst lime would mutch up well. Kor this rcoson
League, whereby the Knmehamehu that such a race has ever been held, life naval proiiioterH buve been look-
Aliiiiiul-I'unalioii Kiiuie wan pint pull- m ,, OMP l:lf the slightest Idea what lug on the outKlde for opponents, hut
ed, and the contest under Intercolle- nu. , mndn over the mile and ultimo! success,
glate rules substituted. The Mulle- tliree-miarters cutirnc, There li a fleet ruling against lights
llciilnnl soccer guino will be placd us There are thirteen fUtrU' In the ushore for the Halloa, hut the dock'
per schedule. main walking event to date, with tho where, tlie California and Went Vlr-
The clash between tho town trum prospect of n substantial Increase lij glnlti nre tied, up Is part, of the naval
and the sullor players Is being looked (,c t Among the late entries Is, reservation, and It would he nulle pu-
forwurd to with keen Interest by all Woodward, the tnarnthoii runner from slide to sit up n ring on the wharf
followers of tlie American brniul oi ., cruiser Colorado, who made such and
football The town aggregation, com- nnod showing III the race lust Hun- could be well lighted by
Hueli a ring
posed of old-Hum stars, many of whom ,.,y, Jlmmle Klllgeruld Is another searchlights, and the decks of the
huvu not donned a suit for years, gavo mi-ny uKirnthoner "who will try his cruisers theiijselves would form n sort
a surprisingly good account of Itself iinml, or rather his feet, at the walk- of, gallery which would ussure all the
lust Saturday, and gavo the West Vlr- Ing Klm.. ' opectiitors an unobstructed View of tho
glnia eleven u severe trouncing to the Kntrles for the veterans mid fat ring,
nine oai iu to u. cue ,iurj mini iniiii, mans r.ice will pronuiuy come in io
howexer. Is of a different caliber, and day mid tomorrow. A meeting of the
It Is believed that the game should race committee Is to lis held ut the
be a hummer from whistle to whistle. Young Hotel this evening at 8 o'clock.
The Millies will make their llrst lip-1 tt tt 8
pearunce Saturday In the soicer part ,;, ,; .s. .;, ,j, .f, ,j, .i, .$ , ,. ,; .. .:. ..
of the program. According to the ' ,
FLEET MEET POSTPONED.
schedule arranged to meet the exigen
cies of u flu-club league, the Millies
did not perform on the opening day
i of tint season, Conslderablo Interest Is
being shown In tho appearance the
lentil will make. It will not have to
be V ry fnst to have the class on alt
the other teams, with tho possible ex
ception or High School.
WE SHOULD CALL 'EM
The licet field day' and race
meeting has been postponed
from the coming Saturday until
Saturday, December 23, A ball
game between the Maryland
team utid the marines has been
substituted, so that the Mary
land Jucklcs will be battling on
both gridiron and diamond ut
the same time Saturday.
It Is believed that by post
poning the meet until the re
turn of the California finiu
Illlo. n more represtntiillve
entry list will be secured
IM.IIe Mcdulre, the "righting Kit
glueer," will not be nble to meet thn
husky sailor scrapper, Charley Fox, us
originally planned. Mcdulre Is laid up.
and mi effort Is being made to get
McUrnth. tho Fort Shatter Infantry-
man, who gave Mcdulre two hard hat-
... ties recently, to take his place us tho
s. sailor's opponent
,.-, Anv aspiring pugilists, who think
;, they would like to get a cruel; at the
,;, bluejackets with padded lllltts. hud
.; better apply to the West Vlrglilu
4 They will get all the matches they are
... looklnir for,
a tt St tl
'" world's record for
;;: prize fight odds
V S' T -3- -J t$ ?
The plgrkln, which Is the favorite
athletic top during the full mid winter
Heatoii, Is misnamed. In fact, no part
of the lowly but luscious porker en
ters liito Its construction.
Football. oovr are made from the
material that goes to make your best
sho8 cairsklp. And only the best
grade of skin Js used for tlie best bulls,
cheap halls, such us the kids buy ut
till corner stores, are niiido of sheep
skin. TJih bladder 111 the ball Is nuido
A visit to the factory where the
greatest number of footballs nro turn
ed out I'llcllH mure Information. For
"'""n."." .V :: .. .. '- Mm..Bm. Mcoraws nt.ooo
......,.. .,,.,.,. .. v., ,..h.. -"beauty, led the National League pitch
In li,.- old days a pig's bladder was ,rH ,,r1. , ,., Ju clOBC)Ii ,1C
r;::,"r"."""'...' "... ""..'."rordinic t mo omnni
uiiitiiii'i nun t""i'ii umiuiiini ii i ill iMinrii
Tin ninth iiuulveisiiry of the Ho
nolulu Seamen's Institute will bu cel
ebrated with appropriate ceremonies
tonight ut It o'clock. The entertain
ment will bu held III the parish housu
uf SI. Andrew's cathedral Tlio pro
gram will consist of, motion, pictures
by llonlne, presentation of reports, and
several ninslc.il numbers.
Tho feature of tho evening will be
an address by Admiral' W, ('. Coules.
lomiiiuudant of tin; naval station.
Through he courtesy of Admiral
Thomas, tho baud from the Maryland,
first division, will , ihy ut Hmum
Si pal re from 7 to 8 p. m.
The program Is us follows:
Vocal Quartet from Uruhms' IJehe-
Miss Ward. Mrs. Stephens, Messrs.
Carter and Davles, Mesduuics
Hitchcock and von Holt.
Superintendent's Annual Itcport....
V. W. H. liverton
Treasurer's Annual Statement
J. C. Cook
Violin Solo Serenade , 1'lerna
V. A. Love.
Moving 1'lcturcH It. K. tlonlnn
(a) Cuiizonctta Tchulkowsky
(li) Serenade I'lerno
Krzabluug Huns Sltt
V. A. I, ove.
Address .Heur-Admlral Cowles, U.S N.
Vocul Quartet from Uruhms' I.lebe-slleder.
of them, got nwuy with five shutouts
und lust only sewn, tlnlshlng the sea
son with an average of 774, twenty
four points higher than Ills nearest
rlv.il. Crandnll of the same club.
Christie Mutthewson worked In the
same number of games oh Marqunrd
scored the suine
and won two more than the Itulw, but
was defeated thirteen limes, placing
him llfth In the list. Mordecnl lirowu
ugured'ln more games thun any other
Iwlrler. He wuh culled upon to work
C3 times, or In every third game. He
completed twenty-one games. Old not
i'core'H shut-out won twenty-one und
lost eleven, llnlshlng next toMdtthcw
son. The performances of King Cole of
the Cubs, drover Alexander of the
Phillies and IIuIki Adams of the Plrutes
When odds of (! to 1 were offered
anil bcti actually written at that price
on Packey McFarland l heat Tommy
Murphy, u new record was established
tn lone odds on prize IlK'its In till) "'
any other country. Of oniteiJheij; 1
lmo been some rrcuk bets at limes
uut this price was actually made ami
Itin money deposited. The min Shu
liked I'ackey rtarted to bet 4 to 1
that Hie Chlcagoan would win. Then'
he went to S do 1, and finally made'
a he I of $30 to (5 and another ut of
(12 to $2. That was all the money ho
"It Is a high-water mark In oddn
on lights," said Tom Corbelt yester
day. "I never heard of Hh equal.
ilMtnB M.rtt1ttlI . I.nwllii. twh ttftl
UVtfrflflt'M lunt " t-iiujini -nwn uaiiih jm- i-
rt'i't-iitly. The Mn colt uicrc uas Home &iu-i money, uut
And I RiiCflH thut prlc
were made nubile
portslder worked In 45 games, won 24 'never li to 1
Also, according to Corbetl, tho
bout was the poorest helling contest
for months. No one seemed to thlrik
Ihat Murphy had a chance, ami tip la
10 o'clock on the night before the
number of shutouts! I "Knl "ot a "ckcl ,""1 hrvn written
on me general lesiui. n, r. uau.
MRS. GILL AND MISS
COOKE IN f INALS
Tho final round of tho women's coif
tournament at the Country Club will
see Mrs. Tom dill mid Miss Cooke
In n struggle for llrst honors and the
trophy donated by Miss Tenney. v'
Miss Cooke defeated Mrs, C, M.
Cooke Jr. 1 up yesterday, und Mrs.
Olll won her right to play In the Inst
frame by defeating Mrs. Walter Dil
lingham some, days ago. The finals
will In played off some time before
next Wednesday, when the time limit
Will he up.
A gift that will add to every
boy's good times is a
They work like the Kodaks
Here is the
camera, loads in
daylight, takes square pictures 2A
x 2Va, and has a meniscus lens and
Eastman rotary shutter.
And this is the biggest "little
cousin of the Kodaks," the
314 x 52 in.
just the right
size for posi card use; a thoroughly reli
able and attractive appearing camera;
has meniscus achromatic lens, 6I2
inch focus and automatic focusing
lock; equipped with F.P.K. automatic
shutter, with bulb release. Price $10
Fort Street - - Near Hotel
fw5 ill iff k
It cunts but 11 few dollurs to dec
orate u ear for the Vlorul rnrnde.
And It help niuko Honolulu noted
the world (iter, .
I A Sure Cure
I BRO. BENJAMIN
1 C&tarrhRemedy ,.?
I Par CtUrrh, Hay Ftvcr, Cold In tnt ttni
Difficult Brctlhuif , tie.
ConUlns nvthlnc harmlul.
Conm only lnn lit. Prlc "Oc.
Bro. BenlinlD Compound Herbilo
Stomach, Liver KlJmy irtj UUJJer Rto
SKIN A MASS OF FIRE
Horrible torture pain unendurable
days when the whole body seems to
be burning up long nights of sleepless
Instant rtlitf The skin cooled and
refreshed all burning and Itching
Thousands testify Iu this thousands
who suffered from IVzeinH, Psoriasis
and other skin troubles, until they
heard of that simple cooling wnsb of
Wlntergreen, Thjrnol mid other Ingre
dients known as I) D.I). I'rescrlpllon.
J. Hilinuel Lewis writes; " used
three bottles of I) I) U. Prescription,
and now my skin, once a matt of lira
and Irritation, Is us smooth and soft
oh" a child's,"
Of nil remedies for the skin that we
know, we can especially recommend
(he D.DD. Prescription for Kczemn.
Just n mild, soothing wash but it
cleanses nnd cools the skin as nothing
cIbo can. Aljd It takes away the Itch
We would like tn tell you more about
fD.D.D. .Prescription If you will call,
llenson, Hmlth & Co, Ltd,
uiooj I'unntr. a urtAl Altaian.
I'rlo, $i.ca pir boiili, for Ji-jo, 6 lor I oc
Honolulu Drug Co.
139 Merchant Street
SPECIAL EDITION NOTICE.
Notts for tkttchaa, and viawa or
photograph!, promlsad for tha Even
ing Bui latin's 1912 aptolal adltlon,
should ba stnt In at ones, as tha adl
tlon It btlng printed and gotttn raady
for distribution on Floral Parada Day,
Tht adltlon will ba an Amtrican'Ha-
wail edition containing a dttcrlption
of avtry sugar property In tha Islands.
Much spaea will ba dtvottd to de
scriptive and statistical Information!
regarding minor Island industries.
There are sptclal sections regarding
plantation ptoole and general Ameri
can butlnttt Institutions. I, I
Bend in your pictures and copynotea
at once. Address, Special Edition, Bul
letin, Publishing Co Honolulu.
LET US PUT YOUR NAMC ON A
for Christmas Dinner, Thoie wo offer are corn led and Ut.
tened for the dinner of epicures, Ordrr one today. ,
Metropolitan Meat Market'
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