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A LIVELY DAY CN THE
GRIDIRON AT PUNAHQU
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, NOVEMBER
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Not often do yor have the chance of getting
a gun at a bargain, but we are going to give ii
We have a perfect beauty of a double-barreled,
12 guage shot gun with birch stock and
a gun that will purely prove a prize to the
hunter, which we offer at $14.50.
The boys are bagging lots of game this
month and we recommend hunting as a good,
Get a gun and a dog and come along.
P. S. If you don't find a dog this is a
good "pointer" at any rate.
"If it's BEER,
RAI NIER BEER
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VIda, who had tackled Morse, released
his hold, enabling him to score. Car
ter said that he had given his decis
ion, and the Honolulus continued the
game under protest.
Vida and Cunha were both put out
of the game for slugging, and this
tended to further irritate the Hono-
lulus. The climax came when a Pu
nahou man slipped and fell on Blals
dell, nearly knocking him out. The Ho
nolulus then declared that they were
and gave his opinion to the umpire,
decisions, and refused to proceed with
the game. After being on the verge
of leaving the field, wiser counsels pre
vailed, and the game proceeded.
Later on, during an argument in the
center of the field, Cunha advanced
and gave his opinion of the umpire,
who ordered him outside the ropes.
Cunha refused to go and Carter
threatened to quit the game unless the
big center was removed. The latter
was escorted to the boundary between
Lieutenant Leslie and Deputy Sheriff
Chillingworth, and after some words
got off the field.
Not long after Cunha again entered
the field, and Carter ordered him off.
Again Cunha was obstinate. The um
pire said that if Cunha did not obey
him inside of two minutes he would
give the game to the Punahous. Stilt
Cunha remained and Carter told the
police to do their duty and remove him.
Cunha parleyed with the officers, and
Carter then charged him and forced
him to the rop?. A promise of arrest
finally caused Cunha to cross the rope,
where he remained during the rest of
Chris Holt then got into trouble with
the deputy sheriff for refusing to get
outside the rope and had to be put out
after an exchange of compliments with
During these incidents the deputy
sheriff's horse got away and the crowd
swarmed over the gridiron in an at
tempt to capture it. The football itself
was tame compared with the howling
interlude provided by Messrs. Cunha,
Holt and Carter.
At 3:30 o'clock the teams lined up as
Punahous. H. A. C.
R. E. L.
R. T. L.
J. Waterhouse Wise
R. G. L.
Kimball H. Cockett
L G. K.
Judd I. Cockett
L. T. R.
L. E. R.
R. H. L.
L. H. R.
George R. Carter umpired, and Chas.
A. Elston officiated as referee. The
timekeeper was F. M. Brooks, and the
linesmen H. P. Roth and R. King.
The time of the first half was twenty-five
minutes, and that of the second
KXSUIES OF THE CONTEST.
Punahous, who are at the Ewa end.
kick off through Soper. The ball goes
out of bounds and Morse kicks off the
second time. Blaisdell brings back to
his 25-yard line. Mainly owing to
Gleason and Cunha the 23 and 30-yard
lines are gained. "Look at Cunha" is
a common expression with the crowd
just now. Cunha gets a knee in the
wind and is laid out. Honolulus force
the 33 and 40-yard lines, and are play
ing like winners. Isaac Cockett gets
to 45 yards and the ball is lost as a
Penalty for hand Interference. Puna
hous with the bail at 40 yards get the
benefit of a 15 yards penalty for slug
ging. Soper wins the 17-yard line and
the ball is then downed on the 12-yard
line. Morse ruthes to 9 yards and then
secures a touchdown. As soon as the
ball was put in play the umpire raised
his stick, but no whistle blew, and thr-
Henry Ward Beecher once
remarked that no man has
ever acqu!red the skill to do
a thing well until he has
forgotten how he ever
learned a truth exemplified
in the evolution of this busi
ness. That our store is conduct
ed on the most approved
lines must be obvious to the
most superficial observer.
Nor is aught that ingenuity
can devise or experience
it is the cherished desire of every housekeeper to have ber closet shelves piled high
with Snowy Linens. Ireland and Germany have sent us their best for this Thanksgiving
Beautiful floral effects in Damasks that portray Poppies, Ivy Sprigs, Shamrocks,
Fleur-de-lis, etc., are to be found in the Pure Flax Goods; and in the cheaper grades
some close imitations are here that are just as pretty.
The general Linen market is advancing, yet our prices are as low as they have ever
been and in the woitby grades, lower than for several years past.
NAPKINS AND FRINGE 1)1
75c to $7.50 Doz.
10-4 $5 00
How often one realises the refined taste of a
woman by noting the daintiness of the handkerchief,'
she carries in her hand. Men, too, must be careful
about the quality of the handkerchiefs they use if
they would be considered well bred. Handkerchiefs!
of pure linen are the softest, the
pable of the highest finish. At these prices they are
in the long run cheaper than cotton handkerchiefs.
Ladies' Hemstitched Irish Linen Handkerchiefs,
borders 4 x inch, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c.
Men's Hemstitched Pure Linen Handkerchiefs,
borders, V4, H and 1 inch, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50e.
Other exquisite Handkerchiefs for the holidays.
This is the time to make your
no nurry ana you get tne Dest
Handkerchiefs, you know.
llpjr Store will
until after the holidays.
WHITNEY & MARSH. Ltd.
score is allowed. The Honolulus pro
test vigorously and want a 5-yard pen
alty imposed on them, but Carter does
not see it in that light, and the game
is continued under protest. The Hono
lulus say that when Carter raised his
stick Vida took it as a signal of off
side play and released his hold on
Morse, whom he had tackled. Morse
kicks a goal. Punahous 6, Honolulus 0.
Cunha kicks. Downing retrieves to
25 yards. Oft-Side is given and Cunha
kicks again, Morse bringing back to 25
yards. Morse goes round end to his
50-yard line. The ball is now in the
center of the field. Soper kicks and
Blaisdell takes back to his 20-yard line.
Vida is fired from the game for foul
play, protesting vehemently. A great
squabble is on, the Honolulus com
plaining that Carter is prejudiced
against them. Murray takes Vida's
place. Honolulus lose 5 yards on a
penalty. They gain 5 yards and then
Blaisdell plants the pigskin on his 12
yard line. Kimball falls on Blaisdell's
head. "Rule him off!" yells the crowd.
Cunha et al. are reasoning with the
umpire, who waves them aside and
will only talk with the captains. Jim
my Thompson is trying to persuade his
men to play on in order to keep faith
with the public. Carter says that if his
word don't go he will quit and Elston
says ditto. Kimball Is explaining that
it was an accident.
Honolulus gain a yard, then a couple,
and Blaisdell kicks and Williamson
fetches to his 33-yard line. Punahous
reach 40 yards, and Cunha is retired
for slugging. Ellis takes his place, but
the team Is much weakened. Cunha is
advising his side to quit, but Thomp
son, as before, is listened to. On the
48-yard line Soper punts and Blaisdell
brings back to his 31-yard line. Puna
hous get possession on downs and go
to the 32. 27 and 20-yard lines. Gleason
breaks through center, takes the ball
from Downing, and running the length
of the field falls down by a goal post.
Blaisdell kicks goal. Honolulus 6, Pu
Soper kicks. Off-side is given and at
the second attempt Long gets to his
30-yard line. Isaac Cockett goes
through for 5 yards. On the Honolu
lus' 42-yard line they lose the ball on
a fumble. Soper punts, but Joy blocks,
and the Honolulus take the ball on
Punahou's limit line. They gain a yard
or so, and then Blaisdell punts. Wil
liamson brings back to his 37-yard
line. Morse reaches 48 varHo At sn
yards Soper punts, and the ball goes
out of the field. Honolulus get the
ball on their 39-yard line and net 3 '
yards. Henry Cockett is shoved to 46 j
yaras. Long pains 2 yards, and the
half-time whistle blows.
The Honolulus make no changes. J.
Marcallino substitutes Downing.
(Continued on Page 4.)
- MFXK&ik BHwAi .'WmW our store-the first In I
Thanksgiving Sale of
1 row $1.00 to $3.25 Doz.
2 rows $3.50 to $6.00 Doz.
DAMASK TABLE LINEN.
68 to 72 in.
50c to $1.75 yard.
ever, we have
strongest, and ca
uacK if it doesn
a i-6c, iuc, loc a
selections. No rush,'
now. iasy to keep
ioc a yard.
be open Saturday
HE'S 70 AND SHE'S 23.
' In the quiet little town of Washington.
Va., on October 30, Colonel Jonathan Cat
lett Gibson and Miss Florence Eastham
Daniel were married. The colonel is in
his 70th year, hale and hearty; the bride
23, pretty and popular.
THE SOUVENIR CRAZE.
They say that after the Duchess of
York had visited one of the schools in
Toronto and had graciously written her
name on the school register, the teacher
passed around the ink bottle in order
that each pupil might dip a finger In the
and expert workmen,
ire turn out work
taat cannot be
old books away.
BY THE NIPPON MARU
A Fine Assortment. Also
The Very Latest Style Kimonos
Now Displayed at
ASADA A OO
141 Hotel Street.
For example, we have
just completed the Instal
lation of a Lamton "Ma
jestic"' Package Carrier
in our store the first In
Hawaii and we Invite
you to come In and la
spect Its workings. It
will enable us to serve
customers with greater
despatch than ever.
30c, 35c, 50c Yard.
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS
2 yds long, $1.20 to $2 each
m yds long. $1.40 to $2.40 each
6 yds long, 1.45 to $2.90 each
Cheap Toweling shows signs of
decay during the first wash
Good Toweling improves, lasts
and soothes the skin. Of course
you know that good Toweling
costs more than cheap. How
some good Toweling which we are
going to offer you this week at the prices that you
generally pay for cheap. We warrant this Toweling
to be long-liwd and to give satisfaction. Your money
t please you. .
Crash Toweling, 16, IS and 20 inches wide, 6c,
Toweling, 18 and 22 inches wide, 16c
HUCK TOWELING SPECIAL, atl
evenings from now
Ink into which a duchess had dipped m
FAMOUS COURT HOUSE 8TILL IN
The old court house In Williamsburg,
Va., where Patrick Henry made his fa
mous speech on the stamp act, is still In
pose;, and every Saturday morning petty
offenders are tried there.
Spruance, Stanley 4b Co's celebrated
brands of "Kentucky Favorite" and "O.
F. C." whiskies stand the highest.
is too old to be
See us' about it be
you throw yoer
Hawaiian Gazette Co.
BLOCK, KINO 9TPIIT.