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Never Again Will
Jim Jeffries Fight
1.03 ANGELES, Calif., Dec. 27. In response to an offer of a hun
dred thousand dollars an an Inducement for him to fight Jack Johnson,
Ihi negro pugilist who defeated Champion Uurns on Christmas Day In
Austialla, Jeffries shjb that he will ucer again go Into the ring as n principal
He Had John
- sort Easily
The Examiner prints the following
fiom Tommy Uurns while' he Was
training to meet Jack Johnson:
Once during his tenure of office as
champion of the world John L. Sulli
van went to Australia and grew whis
kers. Now history repeats Itself.
Tommy Uurns, who nt the present
time 1b In the Land of the Golden
I'lcece, has dono likewise.
Of course, Tommy's silken facial
adornment does not begin to com
pare with the bristles Sullivan
In ought back with him from the An
tipodes nor from the way Tommy s
whiskers appeal in the photograph?
he forwards is there much prospect of
the present world's champion pro'
qucIiie a luxuriant crop.
That Tommy Is proud of his whis
kers is suggested by the fact that he
wears them not only In camp hut in
his visits to the clt of Sjdney. In
mm unmialint Tmnmv la nlctuied In
company vv ttli Hugh D. Mcintosh, tlio
man who Is handling the Uurns
Johnson fight. Of this picture Tom
my says, "I urn feeling his pulse Just
after ho has offered mo J30.000 for
my end of the purse."
Tho writer Is In receipt of n letter
fiom Hums In which Tommy tells of
his preparation for the battle with'
Johnson. According to Uurns ho
will rest for at least a vear after ths
Johnson fight and it Mrs. Uurns so
wills he will neer pull on a boxing
glove again. If he loses to Johnson,
Hums sas It will mean farewell tl
tho prlzo ring so far as he Is con
cerned. Here ,1s Tommy's letter: '
Mcdlow Hath, lllue Mountains, New
South Wales, Australia, Novem
Jjor 4, 1908.
Mr. W. V. Naughton, Exnmlncr, San
Dear Sir: As sou will see by tho
heading of this letter, I am In the
IIJUllllVUIUO tfolll H 4 1'IHVW -iv
XTtwllnur Itfith nml hpfft T will fitflV
ntanHlnci nivfitn n ft nt ft rA fFl 1 1 Ofl
until It is tlmo to go to Sydney to
fight Jack Johnson. I have every
thing I caro for up here, a lovely cot
tage with a flno garden, nnd they
havo built a nice handball court for
mo. I.hnve had some snapshots at
my quattcrs taken and am sending
them to )ou.
I nm sorry Jack (Twin) Sullivan
missed'the steamer, as I consider him
a fine trainer and second and, be
sides, I am sure he would have got
some good matches over here.
Johnson arrived the other day and
is training nt St. Joseph Hanks Ho
tel, Uotany. He Is as flash as ever
and thinks he has a walkover, but
I'll fool him If possible. I have bad
lots of people tell mo never to fight
Jtrhubon, nnd some were San Fran
cisco people, but I alwas said I
would fight him when I got ready.
Tho 'ones who told mo not to meet
him didn't change my intentions, you
see. In a" my caiecr I nave useu
my own Judgment, and l nave ueen
I hnvo figured Johnson out and I
don't believe he is any harder than
the test of the lemons, as they call
them. Anyhow, we shall soon see.
What made the San Francisco sports
think little of men when I went
against Squires thero was the Davo
Harry contest about four ears ago
or less In San Francisco. A fellow
doesn't do as well some times when
ho Is training nnd for that matter
doesn't.always fight the same, so the
fellows who thought trie Harry fight
fcave them a line on me were fooled.
I will do a lot of theatrical work
after this contest, vjn or lose, and
will not fight anyon'o for a car, and
maybe not any more, unless I get
Mrs, H.'s consent. Of course, It I
lose I am sure not to fight again.
We haven't picked the referee jet,
Johnson wants Eugene Corrl, who
rofereed my contest with Gunner
Molr, but I would prefer someone
else. I wanted Jeffries, but Johnbou
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
wouldn't stand for him. Ho sajs
Jeff Is sore nt him because he beat
Jeff's brother (What a Joko.) I
am going to nsk him to accept Char-
Ho Eyton of I.os Angeles In a fow
dajs. If we cannot agree upon n referee,-Mr.
Corlictt of "Tho Rcfcreo" Is
to select one for us.
I suroly like Australia. Tho peo
ple here are tho moat hospltnble I
have met In my travels, and I think
this is the coining country.
In conclusion will Bay that I have
no fear of the result of my fight with
the big negro I hnvo fought my
wn to the top against the best men
of every country, and I have all the
confidence that comes with experi
ence and succiss, -s
I know more nbout myself than the
general run of sporting men know
obout m, and one of the things I
know Is that I can stand a lot of pun
ishment while waiting for" the tide to
turn in my favor.
Johnson has made a great deal of
tho fact that I said he had a yellow
streak and all his speeches have been
about the wa) hj Is going to make me
cat my words. Well, one of the
things that Is making me so confi
dent is that I think I can outgame
Johnson In any kind of a fight.
Qlve my best regards to my Amer
ican friends and tell them I will bat
tle for my life to defend the laurels
against Africa, ad Nelson did.
With best wishes.
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE' REALM OF SPORT
Hay Cities League adjusts differ
ences nnd schedulo of games Is ar
Dig winnings snld to havo been
made In the East by Lighthouse's vie
Uattllng Johnson may meet Teiry
Mustaln In 10-round boutat Coltna
New Year's Day.
Presidents of American and Na
tional Leagues Is In San Francisco to
bring about peace between warring
Captain Chance of the Cubs throws
more sidelights on the great New
Los Angeles fight followers are pul
ling for Hugo Kelly to beat the Illi
Cool gives talent a cruel Bhock at
Pride of the mighty Roseben Is
humbled ,by President Williams'
crack sprinter, Firestone.
Dorando Pletrl collanses In eight
of goal, and Longboat wins Marathon
Lowj-y says he will prevent gam
bling on ball games In Uay Cities
Frankie. Nell loses decision to
Owen Moron In 12-ronnd bout at Hon
Montgomery breaks Coast record
at Arcadia, going 1 1-8 miles In
St. Francis Is tho only winning
faovrlto at Emeryville!; Pajorlta cap
tures Reber handicap.
Twenty-five round battle between
Papke and Kelly Is Vectored a draw
by Referee JeffrleB.
Stanley Ketchel U going to Michi
gan to buya home.
Edward .Corrlgart will fight Locke
anii-gamoiing law or Louisiana,
Relay teams of Ban Francisco and
San Jose; Y. M. C. A. train hard for
CO-mllo indoor moet.
QlorJO wins featurdrace at Arca
dia, easily defeating Colloquy, the
Attempt to race at New Orleans In
violation at Locke' law results In
Unee uriests, . r I
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Toft pledges his administration to
support of real tariff reform and Chi
Hon! withdraws claim for $60,000
n year allowance In suit to.securo
i Handlts djnamlte safo on 9. R.'and
N, train near Portland, but secure lit
tle. John D. Rockefeller Jr. charges
Hearst's New York American with
Merchants nnd United States na
tional banks of San rrnnclsco expect
a merger. .
Hawaiian Says It Means
Under tho title "Government by
Commission In Hawaii lletore 1920,"
tlie following has been submitted for
publication by a well-known Hawaiian-American:
There are two very dangerous ele
ments of American extraction In Ha
waii today who nre wot king among
Hawallans apparently under the
guise of the "kanakas' friends," but
In reality arc working for the estab
lishment of government by commis
lion. FIRST, and the WORST tho or
ganization known as the Civic Fed
eration; and SECOND tho Demo
cratic party (Including the don't caro
n Republicans nnd Republican
It must be remembered, however,
that there are men In theso organi
zations who are sincere In their work
for the common good, yet, by their
lack of foresight, they unintention
ally assist in furthering the dastard
ly objects fostered by the Civic Fed
eration. One following the move
ments of this organization very close
ly can readily see that the only re
sult which they are seeking Is gov
ernment by commission
To Illustrate this, begin at the pri
The Republican party openly, tree
and above board, gives every one de
siring to become a republican nnd
who wants to become a leader, equal
opportunity with his neighbor. Popu
lar vote decides all selection, from
officers of clubs, delegates, and com
mitteemen. The candidates for the
public offices are Belected by popular
choice. The rich and the poor have
equal chances of securing nomina
tions. And when the Republican
candidates are selected, the Repub
lican machinery moves forward until
Its work Is accomplished. While the
party does not boast of having tho
very best material every time, yet
this Is to bo expected of the methor
of selection by popular choice.
Of the other two the dangerous
elements above referred to
The Democratic party makes It a
habit and rule to always adopt Re
publican and Home Rule renegades
end make candidates of them, even
going to the extent of nominating
men who openly declare themselves
unqualified nnd Ignorant. This they
do Just to "catch votes" and mnko
the kanakas believe that they are
doing a great deal to place them In
The Civic Feds, offer no candidates,
at all; but they will endorse any
fool that they had secretly push
ed to nomination by either the Dem
ocratic or Home Rule parties; al
was endorsing those kanakas who
aro utterly lacking of the necessary
qualifications, men who lack Intel
ligence, though honest, and will
spend money nnd time, and, exert In
fluence and energy to see that such
kind of kanakas are elected. WHY?
WJint Is their motive? It Is too
plainly written on the wall of Ha
wall's fate: TO PROVE TO THE
AMERICAN PRESIDENT, CON
GUESS AND PEOPLE on the main
land that HAWAII can not govern It
self ns a Territory. That the ka
nakns especially are fools. What
better proof than the election of such
fools to office !
Tho last general election showed
this too plainly In the Mayor contest.
Of the three candidates, the Homo
Rule-Laborite candidate was the most
capable; the Republican cundidate
was the next best, be could at least
be depended upon to use tsomo sound
common-sense Judgment In the ad
ministration of his office. Hut tho
third man the Democratic nominee!
This candidate often declared him
self Incompetent, yet, he was pushed
forward until -he "got there." What
was the object of this party In put
ting him up? The Civic Feds, have
The middle class nnd laboring ele
ments, too, of tho Democratic party
believed the man would bring votes
to the party, and so supported him.
The wise ones, who hate the dusky
kanakas, boosted hlra to victory
assisted by tho Civic Feds. Why?
Just to provo to tho American Con
gress that the Hnwallons would not
condescend to support an Intelligent
and ublo haolo for the position, and
that they would have only ono of
their own, kind,
If this method of procedure In Ha
waiian campaigns be tolerated and
allowed to continue, it may be safe
to piedlct that before the year 1920
Hawaii will no longer be a Territory,
hut will be a government by commis
sion appointed from Washington.
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