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KVRN'INfl lllll.l.KTIN. IIU.NOI.ltl.l1. T II., Tt'CSDAY, NOV. 15. tfltO.
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Ko mutter if you arc in San Francisco or at home,
do your shopping at "jRIagilin's"
Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers ol LADIES',
i CHILDREN'S anil INFANTS' WEAR.
At all times we arc showing the highest grade of
merchandise in large assortments of the latest styles,
at most popular prices.
All Packages to the "Islands" will
be sent free of charge
Send for our Infants' and
Grant Ave. and Geary St.
Flashlights
All sizes nnd styles, and the Batteries to use In them, just in
fresh from the factory.
The handiest electric light made the POCKET FLASHLIGHT.
Complete assortment at
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES and
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
SOLE AGENTS
MONT ROUGE WINES
Again we speak of the
Lunch
The Criterion
ROSA J CO.
' Beers, Wines and
Liquors
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
ATTENTION
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF,311 Part of the cit'
THE CITY
Phone 3181
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
NEW TRIVIMED HATS
WERE RECEIVED ON THE WILltELMINA
K UYEDA 1028 INuuanuSt-
Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PRICES
MERCERIZED. 35c, NOW 25c YARD
DRESS GOODS, 30c, NOW 20c YARD
All kinds of Ladies' Wew now selling at low prices
to make room for Holiday Goods.
YAT HING,
HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT
Children's Wear catalogue.
San Francisco, Cal.
PHONE 1854
liquors
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, inch as
CRESTA BLANCA and INGLENOOK
WINES. KING WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
MACFARLANE & CO.,
LIMITED
Phone 202G Queen Street
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OFFICII SCORES
Athletics Made an Unprece
dented Record in Hitting
the Ball.
Prancls C. Ill liter niul .1. r. T.
Spink. Uio o III da I il.-orcrs for tlio
World's Series, linvo announced tlio
ntllrlal sroro for tlio games between
tho Athletics and the Chi ago Cubs.)
The composite score of the flvoi1" Chicago.
nmc .l.w. thai Pollln. nod L,J INDIVIDUAL ATHLETIC HATTINO.
eiicli tied for the highest number of
lilts, with !l each, Kddlo having
slightly the better percentage, as ho
was charged with olio tlaio at bat'
Ict.tlmji linker. '
Schulte, Chance and Tinker wcro
tlii Infill I II rr lintamnti fin r'lilinirn '
. ,.. , , i. """" " """""" i
n nil i, nun Vilcll,
Tho composite score follows:
ATIII.KTICS.
All II 1)11 Sit PO A
Strunk, cf.18
10 0
8 0
2 .0
17 17
9 11
rc i
fi 2
8 12
27 8
4 2
1 2
1 4
I-ord. cMr. .22
Ilartsel, ir. :
Collins. 2b. 21
llakcr, .11) .22
Davis, lb.. 17
Murphy, if. 20
Harry, r . .17
Thomas,' C..12
Lapp, c . . . 4
llender, p.. fi
Coombs, p. .IS
sr, r,r, 7 7nc 59 11
filllRACia.
Alt It IIII SII l'O A 1:
Shocknrd,
ir 14
Schulte, rf.17
llofman, cf.lfi
Chance, lb. 17
Zimmerman,
2b 17
Stclnrcldt,
.".1 20
Tinker, W..18
JKIIng. c.,13
JArchcr,
c-lb 11
Overall, p.. 1
Mclntyre, p 1
4
7
r,i
4 1 10 18 1
0 2
2 G
0 1
o in
11 14
11 7
27 3
0 0
0 2
0 10
0 0
llrown, p..
Itlchlo, p . .
Heiilbnch,
1
Pllcstcr, p.
Cole, p . . ,
tilcauniont.
tN'cedham .
0
15 15 sr, .V132 11 12
Chan-e declared out for llof
man'B Interference. In fourth game.
Two out when winning run was
scored In tenth Inning ot fourth
gamo.
flloaumont batted for MIntyro In
first gnino, for Drown In second
game, for Iteulbach In third game.
JNeedhnm hatted for Pllcstcr In
third game.
IKIIng batted for Colo In eighth
Inning of fourth game and for
llrown In ninth Inning of fifth
game.
tArchcr caught In two games and
played first baso seven Innings of
third game.
Athletics ...2 4 ! 2 2 0 10 0 0 0 3.1
Chicago .....130 100 133 1 15
Loft on bitses Athletics 3C, Cht.
cago 31. Two-bneo hits Athletics,
Murphy 2, Lord 2, Collins 4, Il.il.cr
3, Davis 3, Coombs 1, Harry 2,
Struuk i',K total, 19. Chaeago,
Cltanco 1, ShecKard 2, Schulte 3, Ar
cher ! Tlpker 2, Zimmerman 1,
Stelnfcldt 1: total, 11. Three-bate
hits Athletl ', Strunk 1. Chicago,
Chance 1. Ilomo'riiii Murphy.
Double plays Vor Athletics, Mur
phy and Thomas, 1; Collins and Da
vis, 2; Murphy and Davis) 1; lion
der, llakcr and DaylH, 1 ;- Bai ry, Col
lins and" Davls'l total, G. For
Chi ago, Colo, Arch'er and Chant e,
I; Zimmerman, Tinker and Aichor,
1; Tinker nnd Chnnce, 1; total, 3.
I Pitchers' iccords Off Overall, li
hits, 3 runs, In 11 times at bat in
3 Innings; and off Mclntyre, 1 hit,
1 run In 15 times nt bat In 5 In
nings, game of October 17. Off
III own, 13 hits, 9 runs in 33 times
at bat In 7 Innings; and off Itlchlo,
2 hits. 0 runs In I times at bat
In 1 Inning, In gamu of October 18.
Off Iteulbach, 3 hits, 3 11ms In 7
times at bat In 2 Innings; on Mc
Intlre, 3 hits, 3 tuns In 4 times at
bat In 1-3 Inning; ort I'llcster, 9
lilts, 5 runs In 28 limes at bat In
G2-.1 Innings, gamo of Octnbor 20,
; Off Colo, 10 hits, 3 runs In 29 times
'" turn v 1
msuUMOBL. iiJ,jM8h-iit,7-A'l,nl, Itf; ."fir rnrwT tilllitirrftriirfl iT , . tftRlA J... .,. . .
lilt, 0 tuns In 8 times at bat In
2 lulling!, game nf October 22.
at bat In S Innings; oil llrown, 1
First bakn on erruis Athletics 4,
Chi ago T.
Sacrifice ily l!ofiniui 1, Zimmer
man I; tola), 2.
Hit by pitcher Ily Cole, Harry;
by .Mcliiilic. D.uls.
Uniplies- Sheridan and Connolly,
of the Amcrl an League; Klglcr, nnd
Q'Djy, of tlio National League.
Oinclal .rcuierB -l-'rnncts C. Itlch
tcr or .Philadelphia, and Taylor
Spink ot St. Louis, all games,
Average time 2:0!) 1-5.
Average attendance 21, SS4 1-fi.
Weather, clear and warm In two
games nt Philadelphia; clear and
warm two dajs and lalny olio day
... . '
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Co(J,mb !j T!j
n . "
"h.rpl.y ' ' ' " ri -i
.. j ' .
'
It II SII SII I'ct
!) 4 1 .420
"9I
385
,353;
,350
,333
strunk . ...4 18
5 0 0 .278
Lapi 1 I 0 1 0 0 .250
Thomas ...4 12 2 3 0 0 .250
Ilarry 5 17 3 4 0 2 .235
Harttel ....1 5 2 1 2 0 .200
Lord 5 22 3 4 0 1 .182
INDIVIDUAL CIIICAOO 1IATTINO.
O All It II SII SII IVt
Chance ....5 1
0 .353
2 .353
0 .333
1 .28G
2 .207
2 .235
0 .182
Schulte .,
.5 17
.5 18
.5 II
.5 15
Tinker . ,
Shocknrd
llofman
Zlmmornfcin.5 17
Archer ...,3 11
Stdlnfeldt
Kltng ...
Overall . .
M Mire
III own , ,.
Iltchle ..
Itelllbach
llcaumont
Nccdham
Colo . . . ;
I'flester . .
20
13
1
0 .100
0' .077
0 .000
.5
.1
n
.3
.1
.1
..3
.1
.1
..1
0 ,00O
0 .000
0 .000
0 .000
0 .000
0 .000
0 .000
0 .000
Team batting average Athletics.
.317; Chicago National, .221.
TBAM KIKLDINO AVUItACKS.
Athletics, .947; Chicago Nation,
nls. .940.
Till: I'lTCIIINO AVERAGES.
The pitching nvcrages show Coombs
to bo tho star, with three victories,
llender of the Athlotlcs and llrown
of Chicago being the1 only other
pitchers to gain credit for a victory.
Following aro tho figures;
W. I,. Tie. IVt.
Coombs 3 0 0 1.000
llender 1 1 0 .500
llrown 1 2 0 .333
Overall 0 1 0 .noo
Mclntlro 0 1 0 .000
Itlhlo 0 0 0 .000
Iteulbach 0 0 J) .000
Pnoster 0 0 0 .000
Colo 0 0 0 .000
SOCCERLEAGUE
TO BE FORMED
Preliminaries Are Arranged at
Meeting Held Last
Evening.
At a meeting held last evening In
tho rooms of tho Scottish Thlstlo Club
preliminary Btcps were tuken tor tho
formation of a soccer leaguo nnd
series of games, with the opening (Into
December 17.
The only reason that definite ar
rangements wcro not made last even
ing was that Fort Shatter and Kn
mehairjfhn Schools could not gho as-,
surnr.ee ot entering teams In tho
league, j
Ther't woro four tennis In the
leiiguo,last7par but more aio wanted
to commence the present season and
nlioiililj(tio Knms und soldiers decido
to outer then thcro will bo the other
teams ;doslicd,
No schedule will bo arranged until
definite word Is received from Fort
Shatter and Kamehamehn In regard
to their teams,
Stcls will bo taken nt onco to se
cure tho leaguo grounds for the
matches If possible and Illanchard
and Hulley woro appointed to get ot'
llclals tor the season.
Another meeting will be held next
Monday evening at which time It Is
hoped final arrangements can bo
niado.
There la somo talk In tho Rnst of
Washington trading Walter Jolmwou
for Ty Cobb, Tho capital city fans,
however, aro act against the deal.
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MEET TONIGHT
ATLEILEHUA
McCollotigh and McGurn Will
Mix in a Go for Fif -
tccn Rounds.
Tonight is tho night when Sol
dier McCollotigh and McOurn will
enter the squared cltcle at l.cllehun
for a nrteen.round gc In tho manly
ait, and according to talk on the
Etieet, theio will be a largo number
of town spoils out them to sco tho ,
scrap. I
Until men as the time for the fight
approaches say they aro in tho pink
of condition, nnd both nio confident1
ot winning tonight.
That tho bout will go the full fif
teen rounds seems (ortaln at pres
ent, nnd those who take the trip to
the ring tonight will bo fully satis
fied with the exhibition ijlvcn them.
The preliminary bout between
Kink nnd Hauersocks also promises
to be a good one, and will keep the
crowd In good humor until tlio real
event of tho evening Btnrts.
CENTRALS Ids El
ELEVEN TO THREE
Beaten at Soccer By Kamo
Yesterday Afternoon,
Klcven to three wns the score by
which Kamehamehn. so:ccr team won
from Central CI ram mar In tho leaguo
series ycsteiday afternoon, and dur.
Ing most of the gamo tho play was
around tho goal of tho losing tenm.
Thu Knms wcro tho heavier or
tho two tennis, and "their derense
wns K) strong thnt tho smaller play
ers could not do much with It.
(lames tomorrow In tho Grammar
School Leaguo are the Kams against
lolanls, at Kamchnmchn grounds,
nnd Kaahumaim ersii8 Puns, at I'u
u.ihqii. Tho lineups ycteiday:
Kams O. Monaha, 'l;
liana, II. l'ahla, Naplhaa
and A. Llndsey.'foi wards;
.1. Kaul-
D. lit pa
C. Hosoa,
A. Spencer, C. Mitchell and .1. Kauai,
backs; V. Shlpman, gonltcndcr.
Centrals Kn Foil Lee, right
wing; Sauford Wake, right end;
Frank Kahclo, c; Ilarry Mclln. left
wing; Lionel llrnsh, left und; Wal
ter Grace, center half; Dan Stono,
right half; Wllllo McAllister, left
half; lliownlo nice, fullback; Ar
thur Hough, fullback; Ilcniy White,
goalkeeper.
CONTRACTS AND
RELEASES APPROVED
Tho following contracts and re
leases have been approved by Presi
dent Lynch of the National League,
and notification sent to nil club presi
dents; Contracts With Chicago, William
II. Klrwun, 1911; C. 11. Clark, 1911.
With Cincinnati, Clark C. Grllllth,
1911; Dob Headier, 1!)11; and Thomas
A. Clarke, 101,1. With New York, Wll
11a I). Shontz, 1911; Charles Tcsreuti.
With St. Louis, ltoy Golden, 1911; Ar
nold J. Hnuscr.
Releases Ily Brooklyn to Boston,
N. L. II. l'ordua (claimed' under wulv
cr rulo). Ily Urooklyn to Iloehcster,
K. L., J. V. Manser and Frank 11. Des
sau. Ily Urooklyn to Atlanta, S. A.,
Chnrlcs I. Mlllpr. Ily Urooklyn to
&ew llnvcn, C. S. U, J. Heslgl. Uy
Cincinnati to Urooklyn, N. L., Thomas
McMillan (chilmcd under wjilver
nile). Ily Cincinnati to Chattanooga,
S. A., Hurry Covolcsklo.
CONSPIRING "o" V
., KILLjK.EJQHEL
"A letter received by tliqtjlitsf of po
lice of Springfield, Mo., 'signed "Mrs.
Maud Nuggett" and malted In Salt
I-ake City, purports to lvo fctu of
an alleged conspiracy hatched by
Walter Dlploy and Mrs. Goldlo Sr.ilth
to rob and attack Stanley Kotehel,
the middleweight champion pugilist,
who wus shot and fatally wounded
near Conway, Mo., October 10.
"Mrs. Nuggett" ussoits that fioldle
Smith wrote her of tho plans ag.iiust
Ketchol, nnd tlio chief of polled has
wired the olllclals at Salt LnKo City
to learn the Identity of "Mrs. N'iS.."
and, ir possible, gain possession of tho
Smith letter, If It exists,
Dlploy and Mrs. Smith aro 1 nvlng
their preliminary hearing nt Marchal
field, Mo., 'vhero they aro charged
with murder.
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW ORPHEUM
(Telephone 2CC0)
Tuesday and Wednesday
GEORGE D. HOWARD AND
COMPANY
Our New Minister"
(
First Tlmo Hero
Now rinyinjr to Crowded Houses in
San Francisco
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Special Matinee Saturday at 2:30:
"OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY"
A Laughing Hit
Prices 23c. 35o and 50c
Savoy Jkater
Whirlwind suc'ccs of the Vaudo
villo ArtlstB presented nt the Grand
Opening. Uead their names count
them:
WILSON SISTERS
Premier Song nnd Dance Artists
FRANK FOSTER
Coon Dialect and Yiddish
Impersonator
COUNTESS IRMA DE P0MME
Vocalist
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Frank Anderson's Orchestra makes
tho music.
Doors open nt fi;30 o'clock;
trouble begins a llttlo later.
Admission ; 10c
Ilcwrved Seats 15c
IMPORTANT MEETING
TOMORROW NIGHT
Tomoirow night Is tho dato set
for tho annual election of o Ulcers ot
tho Hcalani Iloat Club, tho election
being held In tho boathousc.
The hour of the annual meeting Is
7:30, nnd repoits or tho retiring of
ficeis will be heard before tho mem
bers proceed with tho election of of
ficers for the ensuing jear.
This Is an important meeting nnd
It Is desired that every club member
Bliould be present to cast his vote
nnd also to learn In detail ot tho
work of tho club for tho past twelvo
months.
u :: ::
DOTS AND DASHES.
Three hall tossorH of the local mar
ines left for Manila yesterday on tho
Sheridan, these being Pitcher Peyton,
Thompson and Nig Hayes, Included in
the detail of fifty men who have more
thuh twenty months to none on their
present enlistment. Sergeant Conkey,
who wont with tho detail, was pre
sented with n gold watch by tho men
of II Company.
Net month a unhuo field meet will
bo held nt Shatter when tho soldiers
will all ha cllglblo w bother athletes
or not. Thcro will bo contests In boil
ing water, getting shoes from u bat
tel and putting them on, picking up
cartridges, laid out like tho potutoea
In a raco of that kind, loading their
magazines und firing, and many other
original stunts.
DOTS AND DASIIHS
Y. M. C. A. Indoor baseball team
was defeated In tho gymnasium last
evening by the Kauluwclns, tho Bcoro
being eight to four, tho Y. M. C. A.
team being selected from tho roar
teams in tho regular scries being
played there.
It's no or too lato to mend excopt
when you find yourself broko.
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Qutnino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box
I'AKIS MEDICINE CO, St. Uui, U & A,
AMUSEMENTS.
THE
EMPIRE
THEATER
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES ,
Admission 15c, 10c, 5o
Park Theater
WILLS & HASSAN
World's Greatest Equilibrists
Motion Pictures
NOVELTY THEATER
Corner Nuuaiiu and Pauahi Streets
THE MUSICAL MILLERS
GEO. W. STANLEY
Character Artist
And-
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
F
PIERRE BARON
AI.OUA HATH HOUSE.
School ot Physical Culture,
Scientific Mussago, Medical
ayniDnstlcs (Swedish Move
ments), Ladles' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a. m. to 10 p.
m. and Prlvnto Instruction.
Mr. (iustai lllurknian (or
Itoynl Swedish Oynin. Inst.)
Masseur and Instructor or
fivmnnstles.
1 acific y
aloon
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're aU good fel
lows here.
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
PRIMO
BEER
Order
Cream Pure Rye
Sold bv
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
:?
Rainier Beer
FOE SALE AT ALL 2UU
Telephone 2131
QUARTER SIZES
at
Regal .Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Streets. '
A MASQUERADE will "be Icive
by the h
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
Odd Fellows' Hall. November 24,
1010 Thanksirivinp'. Pimi- .,riw.
Mnsio by a Hawaiian quintet club.
uumission ouc.
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