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Sterling ic ycles
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The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
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STERLINO BICYCLES are exceedingly graceful in appearance
nnd substantial in construct.on. They are made in one of the
largest and best equinoed factories where for fourteen years the
one aim has been to combine style, ninninc and wearing qual
ities with moderate price. The quality which enters into these
bicycles is made possible onlv by the possession of this long ex
perience, uncquallej mnnufa'tnrinp; facilities nnd n great output.
STERLING MODEL V TRICE ?25.C0
FRAME:. 22 inch. Option 20. 24. Main tubc.i 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints Cran Bra ket dropped 2 inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel nla cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, nick 1 trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spekes. double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron whctl. 3G to rear. II js. tiuidle pattern with ball re
tsirers Wood rims enam led to mat'h frame.
TIRES: New Oxford Single TuLs u M. & W. Double Tube.
75, 24x0 sprockets.
3-16 inch block. 1 inch pitch.
Wheeler No. 490.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up curve reversible,
.CRANKS: 7 inch sinple piece, forged from selected stock.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
We want to impress upon ou that on every
suit you buy in the LEADER you save from
$4.00 to $10.00
T gel j oil nriii.iliilcil with ii i until ihi Id kit mir exceptional.
1 Iuit print mill IiIkIi trmdv Clothing, (Inn jou III mliiilt j An lime
nrirr m-i-n aiijllilntr In -it.i I llii'tn.
Tlirj un- In Inn mill llincplirc culls HOIISTKIIS, (III'VIOTS,
rth.siMi:iu:s, fu.vm:i.s, riti:.rn .u.iMf.t, si.i.p .sniii'i: ami
IIM'K m:III1I:S. 'I lie lulot I!) II p.illi'riiH In slMpes mid chirks.
Thrj lire Hip innliirt uf Hie lnl I it, I lie immIitIiiIh lire ex.
frllint, (lie Lilliirliur iiiiiIIIix, I In- ntjln pliiikliii; In tlif iiilil mill to
I lie fnliliin.iMc ilmcr.
II . In I In- liilrrol f ii it) limn In piirllrlpiile In IhU irrcnt cMli-
In rinil. I'l.iln In nif, gltc kimmI, solid, I rt inlur, mill mine
llrli iml hII ult-r uur (lutlilnifi
VtUt miiki- frnm USI ii HIM ninl north fro in II) In (1.'. per
reiil iMiirr. Ilcfiirr ImijIiik nil) rliilhliif limk ill imr cimilit mill price.
II nlll riiiiilnri- ;uu of nur urcil iiiuni'j kin its
llullillnir, iiipi J.ipuiii ( I niikiiliilf,
IV r I Mm I imir llirilniih, ll.irrlniii
I I l2 1 " "3 I I cS- I J?
MEN GEHING INTO CONDITION
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Scrappers Working Out to
Show Sports Real
SI'OHT 2 Col 30 pt Mnri Getting.
At tills time next uei'k It will nil
ln mer lint the nhniitlnK The IjIr
IlKlit lictnrpii lloiio mill Mcfliirn will
In a mutter of lilstory ninl lien tho
two principals untso up In the inorn
liiK they will renllre which Is tho bet
ter man In the sipuireil circle
The poHteis for tho Unlit hno been
put up nrouml town mid they contain
tliu cctH of all tho llKhter except
IlaiiervoikH of the C.iMilry, who OIJ
noi Hi'o tit to riirnlxli tho promoter
with u photo of himself
Hanoi oocks mnde a lulntnko In that,
for the more publicity a man pets of
the riKlit nort 111 ,tho IIkIU kiiiiio tho
l)ttei It Ih for hlin
Tl lit there aro koIhr In bo Bomo
scrnps on the evening of tho 2Ctli
which will ilellBlit tho sporting pub
lic of tills city Is a foregone conclu
sion from the cnnl that has been pie
pareil anil the way the mm on the
card lire working thcnisclU'R Into
shape for the events.
Tho whole hunch nip going lit tlio
training as It their lives depended up
on tho outcome of the matches to be
pulled off nnd they will each nnd nil
Le In tho pink of condition when tho
night of thn lights urilve.
Nigel Jackson Is working hard to
mako tho oenlng a success and
there seems no reason why It Bliould
The Asnhl theater, which is to be
tho scene of the events, is probably
the best place that could be chosen.
Thero Ik seating capacity for 1300 per
sons. Including a large number of
rlugsldo stats placed on the largo
stage, and ceryono should bo nccom- j
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:t Thursday, Dec. 22.
, II Held M-et at Tort Shnftcr.
tt Monday, Dec. 26.
I Illg Tight at Asnhl Tlicntro With Si
S3 Preliminary Iloitts. SSi
St Saturday, Dec. 31. SS i
SS Airship Kllght Moannlun. SS
U Itnco Meet at Illlo Special tt
St Steamer from Honolulu I.encsxSS
SS 11 May Afternoon. SS
tt Airship Kllght Illlo, During SS
SS Itnco .Meet. SS
SS Sunday, Jan. 1. SS
tt Airship Flight .Moannlun. SS
SS Monday, Jan. 2. SS
SS All ship rilglit .Moannlun. SS
tt Two Soccer Onnies Hawaiian SS
SS Association Football I.ojguo. SS
LOSi ANGELES BOHEMIAN BEEn,
BROWN LABEL ROEDERER CHAMPAGNE.
WATHEN KENTUCK7 WHISKIES (2 to 0 years
MUNRO'S HOUSE OF LORDS SCOTCH WHISKY,
0 OLD LION COCKTAILS,
CALIFORNIA WINES of the Itnlian-Swiss Colony of
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
74 QUEEN STREET
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Nothing Quite So Good As The
Hawaiian Lad Who Boxes Joe
McGurn twelve rounds De
MEET AT SHAFTER
ONE DAY EARLY
Begins On Thursday and Will
Be Finished By
On account of next Sunday being
Christmas day thn Held meet at Kurt
Shutter which was to have been held
tho last days of the week has been
brought forward and will start on
Thill silay bo that nil eenls can bo
Unbilled by Saturday oenlng
Ilcglnnlng thu meet on Friday and
holding over until Saturday, there
might he souio events not llnlshed be
fore Christmas day,
Ily starting on Thursday eery
tblug can easily be llnlshed on Sat
urday and the prizes awarded so that
tho men who win the cash prizes can
hno them In their pockets for Christ
mas day and thus brighten up tho
The meet Is to be held between men
of the ecohd battalion of the 20th
Infantn, s'lftloned at Foit Shnfter,
and the records they make may cause
leellngs of Jealousy among other
members of the regiment who uio now
stntloned III the Philippines.
The eventn scheduled comprise ev
ciythlng from Individual conlests to
a lelny race coiupilslllg the men of
in entire company nnd that there Is
great rlMilry goei without sajlng
The second day of tho meet will bo
deoled in the rlllo nintch, bowling
match nnd basketball game, w Illlo thn
ecnts of the first day will be of n
more military character.
For tho past two weeks the men
hae been doing their best to becomo
piollclent In the different lines In
which they .will bo called upon to
demonstrate their fitness, nnd espec
ially In bowling and basketball has
there been somo hard work done.
It Is truly n fnrtiinato thing for
most of us that we aro not com
pelled to transform all our thoughts
Mordecai Brown Gives Several
. Reasons for Slab Artists I
Owing the League. I
"Tho billing helplessness of pitch
oih," icmarks Moideral Hiown, thn
great three-flngcied liurlcr of tho
Cubs, bnsTSeen n ilch toke for thlrt
years, nnd, no doubt, will coiitlnuo lo
be so long ns the old gamo Is pl.ijed
Why me pitchers so fceblo with II";
stick? Why ate they lemons with
tho bat nml on the bases? '
"The nerago iiinii outsldo tho
gime would think that pitchers
shoiihl be tho hCBt batsmen In tho
world. 'I hoy know nil about the
tileks of thinning tho ball, they
should know just what Is. being scut
by the oilier pllcher, nnd, theicforn
being educated, ns It were, they
ought to bo exceptionally good lilt
teis. lint, ns n rule, thny aro miser
nblo punks with tho slick nnd arc
getting worse Instead of batter, ns
tho j ears go b). Yes, I kiinw I lilt
.1T! In limn, but I inner did claim In
be n I)elthant
Many Reasons for Weak Battirg.
"The ip-isiniH for the weak batting
of piltheis mo numerous; so numer
ous, lu fact, that aif. ouo of Ilium
would seem wholly logical as nn ex
cuse. For one thing, tho pitcher, es
I eclally lu n hard, clnso game, Is
about nil In ns bo conies' back, from
tho slab at tho end, o(vovery liming.
Ho Is panting, lialf dizzy, nerves nnd
muscles nil throbbing, nnd how- can
n nun In that comljljoiijio, expected
LUNCH l CRITERIO
WQLGASTVriLL ROSA & CO.
Beers, Wines and
What tho very young ninn doesn't
know be imagines ho knows nnd it
causes him Just as much tumble
Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of LADIES',
CHILDREN'S and INFANTS' WEAR.
SPECIALS IN OUR INFANTS' WEAR DEPARTMENT
INF. SLIPS, tucked and emb. yoke $ .50
INF, SLIPS, hand ititched and tucks 00
INF, SKIRTS, tucked bottom 50
INF, FLANNEL SKIRTS, hand-stitched hem 1.00
INF. FLANNEL FINNING BLANKETS 50
INF. GOWNS, domet flannel, jibbon trimmed 50
HAND-CROCHET BOOTEES . 15
HAND-CROCHET SACQUES . 25
All PaokagoH to tho "Islands" will
bo sent froo of charge
Send for our Infants' nnd Children's Wear catalogue.
Grant Ave, nnd Gonry St. Snn Francisco, Cnl.
to go ii)i nnd lilt thq liall?.'
"Thero Is good rcnsoit or helpless
ness on tho part of a great many
pitcher.. Then again, many liuilers
nre sperllaists nnd students of pitch
ing mid nothing but pl'tcblng. Thoy
spend nil their practice time learn
ing tho tricks of tho slalmian'u trade,
tlioso nnd nothing more. Thoy can't
bat, Blmply becauso they don't know
how. Many Do Not Try.
"Still others disdain hitting on the
principle that they arc earning their
snlnrlcs by pitching and nothing but
pitching that they do enough nlong
thoso lines, mid that It would bo fool
ish for them lo oen nttompt to hat.
Still nioip of tho slnhmen allege Hint,
bailing and running tho bases tires
them out so that they can not do
their best with tho curves, and lionco
thoy nro loilly serving llioli- clulu
most faithfully when thoy do not try
"All of theso icasona nro loglcnl
nnd self explanatory. Of course, a
pllclior who can bat has n big advan
tage; over tho follows who nro unable
tn swat tho leather. It means a lot
of difference whuuui team Bonds nlnn
slng'jcrB Inlo action, or eight battels
ami a sine out for (ho ninth man
Somo of tho good butting pltchors of
tho p.ist I.uby, Cnriit,hors. Koutz,
Jtndhourno, (lumbeit, for example
won many of their host "games by
damming tho ball UiouisqIvc. ylsh
I could If I can win jTOO. per cent,
of my games batting aslghtly ns I
do now. wouldn't I uYyV, likely win
S51I s-r rent. If I could lilt ,31)0?" i
It Is estimated Hint ier onu tlion
Kami aeinpliincH tliu being built In
i:iiulaml ni thu present moment
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko Lnxntlvo Ilromo Quinino
Tnlilets, All driiKcists refund
tho money if It foils to euro.
H. W. Clrovu'a eignaturo is on
i'AKISUUUIUNUCO V. Unit. U S-A.
Such Is Jack Grace's Dope On
Coming Battle Between
.lust before .luck (Irnro left oil tho
.Mniicliiula for tho l-'nr I'.ibt last
night he gao tho sporting editor
his dope on tho WWgnst-Mornii light, ,
unit Jack s.ijs tint the Kugllshniaii
will be put out mid by Wotgast be
frro tho end of a S'-roiiud go.
"Some folks think Just because
Muinn knocked out Nelson In San
I'mlicls o ensll that ho. Is the real
tiling In tho light line," Bald Jack.
"Nothing doing. Tho Nelson who
fought Mornn and the Nolton who
fought W'olgast mo two different
men, I tell jou, nnd I know Nelson,
for I hnvo trained him."
Nelsni-f weighed tail pounds
stripped before his fight with Mornn
nnd lie was then no more tho man
who stepped Into the ring with Wol
gast on July 12, 1000, than black Is
white, according to draco.
Ilecaiiso the HitUcr could not
come back In Ills fight with Mor.in
recently, boiiio sports believe that
Mornn Is In the class to whip Wol-.
gaBt when that fight comes off.
Mornn can not whip Wolgast It,
tho latter Is In the1 tondltlim ho was
Jn beforo his light with Nolbon n,
year mid a half ngn, and that is tho
straight dope ns (Irnro gives It out. J
The fight will never go tho limit,
uiul tho Ilrltlsher will ho put to sleep
by tho Amorlcan lad long norore mo
end of twenty-live loiinds.
Ily n score of 17-4 tho l'alnmas won
their deciding game In tho series of
Indoor baseball games with Knulii
wclas at l'alamn gym, Inst evening.
Although the Kuiiluweliia went In
to tho lead at the Btait the I'alaimiH
soon hit their gait nnd steadily diuw
uwuy from their opponents for tho 10
mnlndcr of tho game.
KiuiluwcliiB Kualll, u ; Corret, p.;
C. Drito, lb.; I. Kiipmi, 2b ; Ah You,
2b.; Nahl, bs.; 1). Kiipnn, rf ; Saiitoii,
cf.; Bheldon, If.
I'alnmas Ilrltn, c ; Ilamnukii, p.;
Zeibo, lb.; Akana, :'h.; W. Iloaplll,
:!b.; Aid, ss.; Mclntjie, rf.; 1). Do
Blin, cf.; W. Desha, If.
lli'Klniill'g next TJiiUBiluy evening,
Iherii will be a seiles of til if" caiiued
haii-li.ill gullies between tho senlois
ami JiiiiIiiih at the V. M. O, A Hi"
giimes tn bu pln)ei linn week npait,
Tho nthor .orliis, butweeii III"
Icanis uf I'olnr, was llnlnhed last
wetk, nnd till seilen of three Is
Urn nub speilai athletle htiuit whliii
Is mi In IIiii near futlltii.
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Alakea and Queen Streets
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WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
W"qb 202G Queen Street
I acific kJaloon
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
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Ludiei' Men's mid Children's
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