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MISS SUTTON CALLS IT JOKE
EVENING BULLETIN, BONOLPLP, T. H.', WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, 1909
A Large Consignment of tne
Chain and Belt Drive.
Callland See Them
Remember when ordering a few
tins of milk to say
Your Grocer Sells It
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
White Dress Goods
New shipment jirt nrrived by the Alameda.
LACES and EMBEOID ERY all new designs.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Streets.
Batiste 10c yd now 5 c a yd
White Goods 15c a yd now 10 o a yd
Color lawn 12'2C a yd now 70 a yd
Ij. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
(Wt SfcLL BLACK SAND, COKAL, WHITE SAND,
J" SOIL, etc., We have the lowest prices in
(the city for these materials.
Conolulu Construction & Draying Co
Office Tort Street. 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co.. Phone 281.
Big League Gam?,
Saints vs. Pur.s
It has been decided to reduce the
price of reserved seats at the League
giounds from CO cntg to 35 cents.
The game on Saturday between Pu
nahou and St. Louis should be well
worth attending, and as the Puns
have made several changes in their
line-up, their team will be much
Charlie Albright will don the Pu-
l nnhou uniform, and he will be an
I acquisition to tlio team. The St.
Louis line-up Is not yet announced,
but ever) thing will be fixed up in
the course of the day.
The Punahou nine was a bit weak
Inst Saturday, and their pitcher did
not cover himself with glory. Still,
when Humpton took hold of the ball
things went 11 bit better for the
It is up to the baseball loving pub-
lie to give the Honolulu League a
helping hand, and It Is to be hoped
that a big crowd will turn up on
Final On Friday
Handball at tho Y. M. C. A. has
certainly taken a great hold on the
members, nnd the tournament that
Is at present being played off has,
no far, been a great success.
Tho final will probably be played
1111 Friday next, and Johnson and
the winner of the Marcalllno-Nott
mutch "will fight It out for the hon
Yesterday afternoon Johnson won
two games out of three, 21-10, 18-21
and 21-15, Tho second game was
a fiercely fought out one and the
rnllles were first class.
Marcalllno and Nott will play
their match this afternoon if possi
ble, and It should be a fine struggle
to watch, The winner of this game
will tackle Johnson In the final, and
the mutch should be well worth see
ing. h a a
Kuxt Saturday night the moving
plctuie machine at the Athletic Park
will probably be in working order,
and the management expects to see
u steady stream of patrons visiting
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Thero Is talk of having two um
pires nt the Athletic Park basebull
games In future, one behind the
pitcher and ono behind the catcher.
PASADENA, Aug. 4. Miss May
Button, world's champion woman
tennis playei announced today that
she bus broken her engagement to
Harry 11. Ham, son of Oeorge I. Ham,
a wealthy banker.of the City of Mex
ico. 1 -
"We will call It all a Joke," said
the Utile tennis queen today. '"After
f defend my title In Southern Cali
fornia next Saturday I am going
East to play the game of my life,
forgetting about such things as en
gagements and marriage.' I am Just
a girl. Why, I wqn't be 'sklddbo'
for a few months yet, ami I don't
think It's fashionable for n girl to
marry before she Is 2I."
8he added with a laugh, "Say that
It Is nil off, and that I am glad that
I am still footloose and fancy free.''
The announcement of the engage
ment wns made early In JUty.""" ' r
Mlsg Sutton refused to say why
the engagement was so suddenly
terminated, except that It was by
mutual agreement nnd after a con
ference of members of the two fami
lies. She said, however, that she
wus greatly pleased over trie fact
that it was broken. ,
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
Tennis Teanr Leaves
On Friday Next
On Friday next the tennis team
for Maul wi)l board the Cluudlne
and proceed to Puunene, where on
Saturda they will meet the pick o(
Haul racket wlelders on the beauti
ful grass courts at the big mill.
Although Puunene will be with'
out 'the' service of Savage, Eearby
rnd Krumbbar this jear, the bal
ance of tho team will, no doubt, put
up a great fight agulnst the Hono
The Puunene courts are In the
best of condition, and every detail
of the arrangements for the enter
tainment of the visitors complete.
The Honolulu team will be the
same as published In the B u 1 1 e -1
1 n last week, and although Cunha
may not get away for the trip, his
place could be taken by Gee, who
lately won the Wall cup tournament.
The Maul people are anxious to
sec Qee at work on the courts, and
It Is to be hoped that he does make
the trip on Friday.
The tennis match will be played
on Saturday, and ull the sets will
probably be finished In time to al
low those who wish to make the trip
to Kahulul In time to see the great
baseball game between Hilo and
There will be a special train from
Puunene to Kahulul at 3:25 p. m.,
and the baseball fans can travel by
that to the diamond by the water
The local team will return on a
special steamer which wjll leave Ka
hulul at midnight on Saturday and
will arrive In town on Sunday morn
Maul Is celebrated for hospitality,
and there Is no doubt that the visit
ors will have the time ot their lives,
enjoying the tennis, baseball and
luaus on the good old Island.
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The newsbd)e are putting, up a
fine brand ot ball every noon 'in the
It u 1 1 e 1 1 n cup competition, and a
big crowd always attends to watch
the games. .
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The relay swimming race between
the Myrtles and Ilealanls will be
held on Regatta Day Instead ot next
Saturday, as originally planned.
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The preliminary to the Sullivan
Cordell match will start -at 8:ir
sharp, and It Is up to the fans to be
on time Saturday night.
Great Boxing Show
At Star Theater
Iloth Sullivan and Cordell put In
a hard afternoon's work yesterday
nt their respective training , quar
ters. Cordell had quite a bunch of
sparring pattuers at the Marino
camp, and he showed that he is In
excellent condition right now, and
ready to box tonight if necessary.
Hugler Sarconl, who Is to box
"Kid" Terry on Saturday night as a
preliminary to the big contest, hnd
the gloves on with Cordell yester
day, und the two went to It In great
stylo. Sarconl Is a willing little fel
low and bores In all the time. He
has a real good left und Is pretty
spry In using It, too.
Of course the middleweight was
too good for the Marine, but the lat
ter Is rapidly Improving, and can
sling In a Jolt now and again that
augurs bad I) for the "Kid's" peace
of mind on Saturday night.
However, Terry Is working hard,
and ns he has de eloped ,11 punch
since his last appearance in the rlhg.
It may come about that he wilt pass
the Dugler one o ntlie point before
the latter can get In his deadly
The go between the two little fol
lows will, no doubt, be a willing one
and should warm the funs up for the
main event, p
Sullivan, as usual, worked out at
Fort Shaftcr during the afternoon.
end the champion Is certainly look
ing at his best now. In fact, he can
with advantage slow up in his work
for the bulance of the week. He
Is having no worry over the aklng
weight proposition and shou.i step
Into the ring on Saturday W, night
ready to ilefond his title of champion
of these islands In the best posslbje
The sale of tickets Is going on
well, and the Indications are that a
tremendous house will be present
when tho first pair ot puga step ln(o
the ring. The Star Theater should
be crowded Iwth, a huge bunch of
right Tans, and It goes without say
ing that the contest will be on the
Mr. SWAHN '
Formerly cutter for IT. P. Until
nnur in rtutnm nt T. H WW Jt
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SLEEP as much as you can
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STAB THEATER, Corner liliha and Kukui Streets, (one block
ubovo King Street).
SATURDAY, August 14, 1909
20 ROUNDS 20
DICK SULLIVAN vs. JACK CORDELL
TOR THE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII.
SARCONI (U. S. M. C.) vs. KID TERRY (ir. S. S. Iroquois).
130 pounds. 130 pounds.
REFEREE ..." MIKE PATON.
PRICES Ringside, $3.00. Reserved Seats, $2.fl0, $2.00,
$1.80, General Admission, $1.00.
Seats on tale at Fitzpatrick Bros.' Cigar Store, corner Fort
and Hotel Streets.'
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