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WINES AND' LIQUORS SOLE AOENTS MON.T ROUGE WINES THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS Wt deliver to til parts of the city twice daily. , FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY WF GUARANTEE OUR O00D You Will Enjoy the Lunch at the Criterion If It's Paint AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP Sharp SignS . THONE 1007 " We Are Here to v. Do Your Printing We Have a Large Assortment of Type Ready to Serve You WE PRINT What You Want, The Way You Want It And When You Want It t . BULLETIN PUBLISHING; CO., LTD. THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO. . hereby gives notice that on account of certain alterations in the steam line at the power plant,'neceg sitated by the installation of a new Westinghouse turbine generator, there will be a complete shut-down on all electric lines, not to exceed ten hours, on Sunday, Oct. 9th, .com mencing at b a.m. ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE ELITE BUILDINQ .MKINiKil. MANnA tennis mm mm TOURNAMENT PROMISES WELL AND MO CLUBS LARGE NUMBER OF ENTRIES FOR SINGLES AND DOUBLES FULL WEEK WILL BE REQUIRED TO FIN ISH OFF MATCHES PLAY STARTS THIS EVENING. Once more tlio tennis people ore! Maul, ond Greenfield li In tlio first Rotting n chance to sco Bomo nlchttnBht ' Kw.i, on tills Island. " I . . - play, and at the Monoa court, this' 5" ?'!.e.!!n ? .?" PnmmiH Will R Cnr. uiiil VI lirtl u ill emu up (II u UUUUIt'3 UUIIMMIILVjV; (Till Uv I UIIIIUll lJ MEETING THIS EVENING AT COMMERCIAL CLUB evening the much-dlscussed tourna- hy ,.,., .,,, Wntcr,10HF0 amt ment will start up. At Ilrst If Beem-, llnbbltt. As soon as that match Is ed ns If there woula not be enough finished, another bo In the men's entries to make tho affair a success; kl"Kl's will he played, and In It Cap. n t..:.i... .1. ...Itn'n '-w and Noel Uccrr will meet. .. -.. .u.., .,:, nL, iTha, w concU(i0 tno fu for tll9 four entries for the singles, none for evening, and everybody can go homo tho mixed doubles, and only two nnd turn In for a night's rest. The Look Into Matter Pronosi- tion Looks Good to Most People. nntttinnnitiiniinnmuni it COMING EVENTS. tl tt tl it Secretaries and managers of ti it athletic clubs are Invited to send it ti In tho dates of any events which ti it they may be getting up, for In- it it sertlon under the abqve head, it ti Address all communications to tt tt the Sporting Editor, II u 1 1 u 1 1 n, it RECREATIONS. Park Theater pairs for tho gentlemen doubles. However, ns It was seen that quite n number of plnjors had forgotten to enter, the list's wero kept open for ono more day. rourteen men havo put their names down for tho singles, nnd among them are to be found players who havo good records on the courts. As tho whole bunch will play from scratch, thero should be somo fine matches during the six evenings that the tournament will bo on. Although Al. Castle's name Is among tho missing, thero are most fjf t,he other star players In the tour anient, Low, Nowoll, Atherton mr,h,ards, n. A. Cooke and Stecre nre In the singles, and tho two planta tion men. Greenfield of Ewa nnd Sav- ago of Pminene, will also brittle It out under tho electric lights. Some "Dark Horses." In the doubles there are a nu'n- her of men who havo not appeared .among the stars latoly. It hi ru ,mprcd that several of them nro "dntk gorges" who will give tho re.il of the hunch a great surprise. Harry dray Is said to bo -plnylng a great game nowndays, nnd he nnd Steere make a strong pair, dray Is deter, mined to bo present at tho press tournament, and ho says that he will write up the story of tho play for tho papers. Ho swears that ho will get oven with the scribes who have tipped him to lose In several tour nnments during the past year. Greenfield and Savago loolc llko i good pair, and they should do well ngalu,st tho other players. Ilnckus and Cooko also would seem to havo n good chanco In tho tournament, while Atherton RIchardB nnd C. H. Cooke will no doubt heat more pairs than beat them. Th mntches havo all been nr ranged, nnd tho drawing took place last night; It was found that thoro were so mnny entries Hint the orlg' Inal three nights would not suffice to play tho tournament off. It was then derided to have the tournament rontlnuo for six nights' In all. Knch match Is to cnnsltt of one sot of ten games, nnd should both pairs In nny match get up to five games each, two moro games will havo to bo won to bettle tho matter The finals will be for tho best two out of thrco fcets, nnd by that tlmo nil tho survivors will have doubles aio as follow Men's Singles John Watcrhouso, bye; H. R. Savage vs. P. K. Green well; P. K. Steero vs. A. M. Nowoll; Nool Deerr vs. W. W. Low; G. Irwin vs. W. D. Slnglchurst; Ut'linrd Cooko vs. II. S. dray: W. T. Schmidt vs. Atherton Itlchnrds; Jack Guard, bye. Men's Doubles Hemenwny and ,Slnglehurst s. McCallum and Mac- Intyre; Harry Cray and p. K, Steere vs. Greenfield nnd SaVnge; C. 0. llockus and It. A. Cooke vs. winner of Hemenway-Slnglehurst vs. McCnt-lum-Maclntyre match; Waterhouse nnd Habbltt vs, Nowell and Guard; A. Richards and C. II. Cooko vs V. T. Schmidt and L. J. Wnrren. Tho drawings for all the mixed matches were not completed last evening. MANOA CUP PLAY STARTS ON SUNDAY Qualifying Round of Competh' tion Finals Oct. 16. At tho Country Club on Sunday next thero should be one of the1 Inrg est gatherings seen at that hosplt able place for a long time. The o: caslon wilt bo the qualifying round of tho Mnnoa Cup play, and the best slxteon golfers at the end of tho day will bo eligible for tho finals on tho following Sunday. i no Mnnoa Cup has to bo won three times In all by any ono player before It becomes his property. So far several men have got a leg in for the trophy, and although ono of them Austin White Is out of the running through leaving Hnwall. Tom Gill nnd George Angus are sure to have another try for the cup Angus Is expected back on the Si. crrj tomorrow, and ho wlt be Just In tlmo to havo another cut Xor the cup. Tho ontrles for tlio competition close at 10 o'clock on Sunday morn lug nt the Country Clubhouse, and it Is expected that large number of players will take part. The links nfc (u excellent condition, and the rain has only served to freshen up things. It Is expected that n largo gathering of friends of the golfers will be present at the club, and that worked up a good came under the1 !ho w.,,0!e.0' ?unday wl" bo '"l,t In electric light, which Js very differ ent to daylight. Tho lamps that nre now Installed aro working well, and In a delightful way. 2185 editorial rooms 2250 ti yl tt ti Oahu League. it tt Oct. It. II. S. M. vh. J. A. C. it tt Oct! 9. Q. 'A. C, ,vs. V, A. C. it " Oahu Juniors. ti :t Oct, 9. Asahls vs. I'alamas. ti it Oct . Mil Hocks vs. C. A. C. '.'. it .Irs.. tt tt Golf. it it Oct, 9. Mnnoa Cup. tt tt Oct. 23. Four null, Poursomo. II. it tt O. C, Monnnlna. tt tt r.rlrUet. tl inero win ue a meeting or tlio jj qcI. S. Match. tt directors of tho Hawaii Yacht Club j. ' Tennis. ti this ovcnlng. nnd nt It will bo dis-' Oct. C Manna ljicctrlo Light it i! it ti it tt tt MISS LAUREL ATKINS, MR. FRANK BLAIR, CONNIE MARINA,, and -MOTION PICTURES. I EMPIRE THEATER HOTEL BTIIRKT ofhclal drawings for the singles and r"8sed tho pioposed merging of thej Tournament, affairs with1 the Automobile t it Oct. it tt Oct. ti club Club. Thero has been much talk about the matter, and It Is favored by many of tho yachtsmen, tt Is thought that n rendezvous such ns tho McGrcw place at Alca would bo Ideal for both autolsts and yachts men. It Is snld that nothing definite ns regards combining tho two clubs can take placo till February noxt, when tho nnnual meeting of the yacht club Is to bo held. However, it has been suggested that a Kommlttee bo np pointed to look Intp the matter and to get things, going well on the wny, U) that later on, tho morgcr may take plnce. Uoi? Jitj ,,. , The idea Is to have-the yacht club and tho nutomoblle association get together, and thou n clubhouso can bo established where the land lmnqh could run down to In their cars and tho yachtsmen would have no dllll culty In reaching per water. n ti tt DOTS AND DASHES. 1 ' ,-i. "i -T Thaiprogram of pports of tlio St. Louis College'Is as follows: October, swimming; .November 1 to December lli, soccer football; December 11". to February 1, basketball; February t to March 1, badge contest; .March 1 to April 15, field and track; April IS to June 10, baseball. Dr. Hand Is going to huva n talk with tho Punnhou schoolboys and tell them alt ho knows ubout tho A. A. U. In all, nine clubs havo sign ed tho application for membership In the union, and tho prospects nre that the local organization will get go ing In the near future Tho Oahu Juniors will' play ball on Sunday nt tho. Athletic Park 1t the rain holds off. The Benlors w'lll huve n meeting this evening nnd de- rldo whether tho second series will bo gone on with or not. Tho St. Louis Collcgo authorities believe in sport, but they don't llko tho Idea of having lads who nre com mitted to their core as boarders, traveling nil over tho city to tako part In games. ' Promoter Love of fistic famo Is puzzling out whero to got a location for tho sevcml lights' tuijt nro about arranged for. t' , " . Illank books of nil sorts, ledgers, the light Is thrown evenly over tho l!",,llt'ss nlce- Tl"'s '""C the tele etc., manufactured by the Bulletin till f til fk iinntliaBa aI J I. a I) I I . i I .. i courts. There Is no flickering to phone numbers of the II u 1 1 1 1 n. Publishing Company IK. Salllnn- -Wron Itaco. vs. Jnckion. ti n it it t: n it :: tt i: it tt it tt tt tt :i JACKSON DOES FAST FIVE MILES RUN Marathon Kid Collapses at End of Thirty-Minute Run. Yesterday nftoim.an nt tlio Hoys' Pleld, Nigel Jackson mado n great attempt to' cut out fhu miles at a six-minute i lip. Ho did tho distance In :10 inln. 4r, so;., and thon was seized with cramps Jn"tho Btomach and had to throw himself on tho ground. Pit to the time that ho collapsed, Jackson wait doing great work, nnd his trainer, Paddy Wnlsh. was dot lighted with the showing of his man. After a short rest Jackson felt bet' ter and he at onco started off at a quiet jlgjog that showed people that tho cramp was only a passing sick n ess. Tho program of races that will be pulled off on Sunday, October lc, has been changed a little, and tho 440-ynrd race has been' withdrawn Thero will be a hnlf-mllo, 220-ynrd nnd 100-yard dash. ,Tho sack raco for bojs will bo funny enough for anyone, nnd then the flftccn-mllp championship raco will nttnt t a big crowd for Bure. PIERRE BARON ALOHA HATH HOUSi:. School of Physical Culture, Scientific Mnssiige, Medical Oymnustlcs (Swidlsh Mtive-l ments). Indies' Men's nnd Children's classes. Hours: u. m. to 111 p. m. and Privnte Instruction. Mr. (Justin lllorkninii (of Itoyal Swedish Gymn. InsU) Masseur nnd Instructor of Gymnastics. OWL 'CIQAR NOW 5o M. A. OUNST & CO A trenti speak of, und tho piny should bo nearly ns good as an ordinary sun light exhibition, Plenty of Variety. 1 It has been decided to havo ns much variety as posMblo each even ing, niid"tconiequoiitly thero wlll bo mon.'s . Bllicles. mntl'n ilnnhlAn ntiil mixed ,doulos ,ovpry , night. This' nrrangfmont' wHl ,pcaso tho' frin ' better than. Imvins'it'd) watuhf the' '' same kind of matchiojirii eVerifhli! ., 1 a i,,ii...i. .,.: r.i.v-t ii.,: .i evening 'to tomnn'bipnt T'vlll open with a torj-fjsrne' sei'of singles bo-.j twedn CowpJlIand Steero. '( It should I bo a good 'exhibition of 'tounji, and , both men will bo suio to play their very best. As soon ns the piellinU nary match Is finished, nu opportu nity will bo given to sco Mrs. CouU tor once moro In action on tho local couits. The lady champion of the Islands and Clnieuce Cooled will play Mr. and Mrs. John Wntarliouin, and a great match should event unto. Then nt half-pist eight or so, Greenfield nnd Savngo will piny their match In tho singles, mid thnrn will ha much Interest caused by tho meet ing nfjtlio two sug.ir planteri, 8.1V age la the r.tar player of Puiinenv, GO 'LONG THERE, YOU UHLAN." , . ? ' mmmm. . mr THE BEST Motion Pictures lli THE CITY. Admission 15c, 10o So. NOVELTY THEATER Corner Nuunnu nnd Fauahi Streets RANCE SMITH the Banana Man WISE & MILTON Singing, Dancing and Comedy Artists LATEST MOTION PICTURES GENUINE DUTCH GIN' The drink of those who know that it is the finest gin ever imported into Hawaii. Made by P. Loopuyt & Co., in Schiedam, .Holland. Delivered to nny part of the city. PRICE, $2.00 A BOTTLE ROSAl CO., i " Alakca nnd Queen Streets Here! P A CI F'l CT'SJA LOON TCing nnd Nuuahu Streets You'll find they're nil good fel lows here. "It's the fashion" t T Hotel nr. Fort ' D. H. Drvies, Ptop, t PRIMO BEER Order Cream Pure Rye Sold bv L0VEJ0Y AND 0 0. Rainier Beer 0K 'SALE AT ALL ,BAR ' , Telephone 2131 'PRBSH TAMALES BY EVERY STEAMER Come Here for a Good Lunch KENTUCKY LUNCH ROOM Alnkea, .Between Merchant nnd Queen Streets .Wr.tt- Dgnshsy In CUvlsn,d. pjsjn Qnlh - ROYAL ACADEMY DANCE. The Royal Academy of Dancing will give nn. Apron nnd Necktie Dance on THURSDAY. October fl. nt I Odd Fellows' Hall; 8 o'clock. Ad- mission: Gentlemen 60c, Ladies 25o, Good m,usio nnd p, good time, .-oijiaj.balkAiui ' -Mvmrif&iSi n't.Xi'.jll, lifcliJailj ...i.l U?T8.