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EVENING UULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1908,
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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOKE
Joe Gan's Is a Wonder
Who Will Be Long
fllMK OF IMS
Pacific Coast League.
I -ok Angeles 21 19
San Francisco 24 22
Portland 19 19 t
Oakland 19 23
California State League.
San Jose 14
Hcie Is n little boost for Mr. Jos
eph Onus, which was written nt the
ringside of the Gnns-Unholz light:
.loo Cans will bo npprcclated utter
he tins retired from the rlnc. but
not until then. Those who hnvo Bat t Santa Cruz 9
by the ringside , nnd wen him bat-.A"-;;;;; f.
tllng away for the past fifteen years ' Oakland 0
or more lme become blase to his
matchless prowess. Will the ring I National League
ever seo another fighter llko him? Won.
Will there ever bo another chnmplon Chicago 19
of his worth and enduring quality? PJiHadolphln 16
These were a few thoughts that nick-1, J""", :;
... ... ,, ,,.,. .Cincinnati 15
ered through tho minds of the. 'ov-Now y,, 1!;
oi s of boxing ns they watched him. Boston .....'.'! !!l5
toy Willi the oung. sturdy Unholz Drooklyn 13
Thursday night. Think of itt Kor St. Louis 13
nearl) two decades this sombcr-fncol j
negro lias been achieving conquests, j
l.n(l..n 1. ... ltn.it tlnl.tni,. nt I tin
time, and today finds him tho u lulls- rj(,vo jr
puled champion of his class and tho Philadelphia '!!!.'.'! !!l8
rlaHH above him tho welterweight Chicago 15
illusion, Old Alexander nccr bad n Detroit 15
cliMicr tltlo to tho world, nor did 'St. Louis ....15
the massive nnd ponderous Jeffries in !!?f'on "" ""!?
i,u iinv linn, xnn i,,rM,ii ni linn n " aahlncjtmi 11
pi went. Whole Is there a light-1 American Association.
weight now who lias mole tluin nu i Wtrn Lost.
ciiUldc dunce with him? Thcro
Isn't any. Gnus Is monarch of all
he simcys. llu U tho king of kings.
Clininplohs riniio and champions go,
but this ono seems to go on forever.
Tim point has been mode that (Inns
an Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Dog and
t-.'"- -" , l m .n u, -r"- ..i.r.TB.f
j 1 .M. That may bo n fact, but he can
Ueleriorate n ii cup lot jet ami still no
'he bc3t man of his clai-s. It Is amaz
ing the great many flghtcra Cans has
cen route and go since ho khied his
iisidr In the arena. There hnvo
been hundicds. The gient Dixon was
only four years old when Joe en
tered tho world, and It has been
about ten years slnco the former was
'jeatli.g all comers. Tom Sharkey,
was one year old when Qnns was
born. Young Cuiuott Is six years
Indianapolis 23 12
Louisville 22 .'
Toledo- 18 13
Columbus 19 in
Wllwaukei 18 lfi
Kansas City 14 19
Mlnnca)lls 14 20
Sioux Clly .
a a '
is ma J
younger, and bo is Terry McGoverh.i Diamond, He
Eddie llanlon Is olevent years "youu-' KuMhnpieh
ger. Jack O'llrlou Is four years
joungcr. Kid I.avlKiie, who has boon
down nnd out ten yenis, Js only flvo
yeaia Cans' senior. Joe Wnlcott, an
i , a i
IN THE HiaLEAQUE:
Diamond ,losds. 4; St. Louis, 1.
as," 10; Punahous, C.
Japans?? A. (J., J;'Vlohas, 5.
Kaala'2; Valamas, ,2.
ASC0RTED CASES FROM S10 TO S30.
Containing RcmcJies for CouRhi, Colds. Colie, Sprains, Cuts, Wounds
Tore Backs, Girth Galls, Founder, Worms, Kidney Troubles and Distem
per, Etc., in Horses.
D :te;npcr. Worms, Mange and Kankcr, Dors.
Stomach, Lung, Kidney nnd Liver Troubles in Cattle.
Thcs rcnedies arc specially prsparcd for the: Islands, and every
stock-owner will find it pays well ti have a remedy right on hand for
cay little ill which occurs among his stock.
JOHN P0TTIE & SONS. TEL. 1189.
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other great champion whose sun haaj Hulletlns, 8; Stars, 7.
set, Is but two'cars oldoc Tominj Paradise, 0; Advertisers, 5
llynn Is four jears olderT and ho KAPIOLANI LEAGUE:
lcrt the ring several years ago. lien- llollancc, 4; Hylands, 3.
ny Vangcr, who has almost been for- Y. T. W.,j9; Leahls, 4.
gotten, Is eight years joungcr; great , J"1 ANiiar, i,u,auuj.
llghtwclBhts like Prank Erne, Geo. Asahls, 10; Kacnos,
Mol'adilcA, Splko Sullivan, Jack ,
O'llrlen, Jack Daly, Dal Hawkins,
ICId JlcI'liiirtland nnd Martin Flnher-'
ty, were fighting when Cans was bat ;
tllng for recognition. Ono and nil
have passed out of tho urcn'a. In
point of ngo they have had little if ,
anything on the present champion.
It Is by comparison with these
Kusoos, 21; Y. M. I). A., 14.
PRESS LEAGUE STANDINGS
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' Parndlso 3
I Hulletlns 4
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knights of the padded glovo that
Joe's genius shines tho brightest.
RACKET Wiles 10 MAUI
Honolulu tennis plajcrs are plan
ning to take adwintuge of a very cor
dial invitation extended them by the
Puiincne Athletic Club to go to Maui
on August 12, That date has been j
tot apart for several years past ns a
proper time to celebrato a harvest
home festival. The tennis tourna
ment will bo part of.tho day's pro
gram of sports, which will bo
brought to u fitting close with n
grand ball in the ovcnlng. I
n n :: n it n n n n n n n n n
3 SPORTS CALENDAR
n . . n
n n u n a n n a n n n n n n
June 2 Diamond Head A. C.
meeting, 7:30 p. m. i
Juno 1 Diamond Head A. C. smo
June 4 Y. M. C, A. gymnasium
Juno G Diamond Head A. C. ball. '
Juno fi llimoball, Diamond Head J
vs". Punahnu; Kam vs. St. Louis. )
Juno 6 Concert Knllhl Athletic
Club, Kallhlwacnn Hall. '
Juno 10 Hawailirh Gun Club's
shoot for club championship, I
Juno 10 Hoynl School Alumni bo-
June 11 Kamehameha Aquatic'
Club's regatta. '
June 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
BPinl-annunl prize shoot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
Known angles shoot. I
July 3-4 llllo races.
July 4 Stait Truns-Paclllc Vacht
July 4 Maul races.
July 30, 21, 22 Kennel Club
Star 3 0 3
n n n
BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS
P. W. L. Pet.
Diamond flead 5 5 0 1.000
St. Louis 5 2 3 .400
Punahou 5 2
Kamehamoha 5 1
Tho Wnialeo schoolboys last Sat
urday defeated tho Waialua team on
the bitter's Held, by a score of 6 to 4,
In n closely played game of baseball.
n n n
Tho Kamanuwai Athletic Club has
disorganized nnd disposed of its In
tel csts In the Knlnnlanaolc League
to Robert Akeo and Cornelius Alu.
Tho Diamond Head A. C. will hold
nlneetlng at 7:30 o'clock this even
ing, nt tho usual place.
n n n
What soit of baseball will the
Jewels play Saturday next? llewaro
of tho smoker!
NEW YOUK, N. Y., May 21. Tho
University of Virginia claims to havo
a new sprinting champion in James
A. Hector. The young runnor Is
crodlied with covering a hundred
jurds In' 9 2-5 seconds recently, and
is being hailed as tho greatest run
ner who ovor, lived. In addition to
clipping n flfth'of a second off Dan
Kelly's record, he defeated Smlthson
In a special dash last winter. Hec
tor is a candidate for the Olympic
Frank Chanco of the Chicago Club
claims that Kllng and Urosnahan of
the National League, Sullivan and
Criger of the Amerlrnn Lenguo stand
out alone ns tho greatest catchers
of the. day. .
"Yonng" Nelson Wants
a Fight-Has a
.Fine Record ,
"Young" Nelson, tho pugilist,
whoso real name Is Jacob Tavarc,
wants n fight. Tavares, or rather
Nelson, Is known to all tho fight
fans who followed the game In this
city when tho sport was widely In
dulged In. And they all know his
enviable record. He has been de
feated but onco during his career,
and that was when he gavo away
eight pounds in weight, and fought
very light himself.
Nelson would like to meet Corpoial
Itlrd, It that fighter can make 127
pounds. Nelson could mnko ns low
as 125 now, without reducing
strength. Hut he can fight at a
heavier weight It ho wishes.
He was challenged by Bird once,
but tho corpornl did ,not como
through after the chnllengo had been
accepted. Kor this reason, and oth
ers, Nolson is anxious to meet tho
soldier In the ring.
Nelson has an Interesting record.
Ho tin's dono oil of his fighting here.
Ho wont ten rounds, with. Jack Mc
Kaddcn unci tho rercrco, called tho
fight a draw. Ho put Ernie Heine
down nnd out In two rounds. Ho
went four fast nnd hard rounds with
Harris, and gained the decision In
the end. Tho last fight In which
ho figured hero he lost. It was a go
with Jack Mcl'addcn, tho second tlmo
tho two met, and Jack was fighting
nt 1.10 whtlo Kelson was at 122
pounds. In Jjio eleventh round tho
thing was ended by tho knockout
Tho boy is clover and has a hard
punch, nnd It is 'said that ho is back
ed by ono of tho most prominent of
tho fight fans In town a man who
lias the coin to mako a fight stick at
all odds, or to put up a purse.
Ho makes his challenge officially
through the D u 1 1 o t In . It Is
open to any,manDt his weight 125
pounds In the Torrltbry, bar none.
AALA PARK GOSSIP
J. Ross, thegreatest player of the
local Nippon nine, sent. a "beaut" to
Waklta at center In the sixth Inning,
but tho latter fell on n mango peel
and fumbled the ball, which gavo tho
Uanzals four runs on tho error.
a a a
Tho Chlneso "Whlto Sox" team
will join the Kitlnnlanaolo League.
Enos Vincent, tho local attorney, will
probably be elected president of this
league for 1908.
, n n n
Makanul had tho luck of wulklug
every tlmo he was ut bat last Sunday
In the game between tho' Palamas
a n fa
Leo Yen, tho secretary of tho Chi
nese Alohas, gives notlco that thcro
will be a meeting of that club next
Vice President A. K. Vlerrn, of tho
Rlvcrslders, who Is a candldnto for
Supervisor, has Joined the "bleechers"
it n u
"Esplndn and Kedelros pitched tho
gnme of tholr lives last Sunday,
when tho Palamas met tho Kaalas.'
Hong Chock's team captured tho
two games from tho Koolaupoko's
last Saturday and Sunday.
u tx v
Manager K. Yasumorl of tho Jap
anese A. C. Is dreaming of champion
ship honors nowadays.
Thero will be n regular meeting of
the Klvorsldo League Thursday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
n n n
English played a star game for tho
Alohas. He was In tho bo for six
'" n n a
Tho Chlneso Alohas 'need a twlrlor,
n n n y.
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WHITNEY fc MARSH
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Sale begins on Monday Morning
Edward Payson Weston, the treat
'pedestrian, who last sumipor ntj'tho
i'ko oi,iu years wnmcu rrom Port
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iccord ho had made fifty yeara,ho
fore. Is now In San Krnnclsco, wh'ero
he has persuaded 5,000 people to
Join his walking club. More Is hls
panacea for all foot Ills:
In tho morning place a hair-pint
full ofrock salt (the kind thoy put
on tho Ito to fieeze cream) In an
earthen basin or washbowl. Then
pour a quart of boiling water over
t. After It is dissolved add five
quarts of cold water.
t When disrobed for your night's
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The 24 II. P. Touring Car shown here Is tho
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Tho marvelous simplicity of the "Maxwell's"
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sleep, poii your feet up and down In
this footbath for four or flvo minutes.
Then wlpo thoroughly dry, especial
ly between tho toes. Thon with your
hand sop a llttlo half-diluted alcohol
over each foot and LET IT DIIY IN.
This bath .will cot'only take tho
fever out of your feot, hut within u
month will cause corns to disappear.
Tho salt wnter bath softens the corns
and the alcohol burns them out.
Thoy go away gradually on tho tow
el. It will sticngthon ono greatly to
glvo tho body a salt-water shower
bath onco a week, as 'it cleanses tho
pores of grenso and the component
pin ts of soap.
Tho recipe has been found infal
lible by Mr. Weston.
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