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J Looal and National
Who Is Champion
Jeffries or "Daddy?"
I.oh AnKelc, Aug. 3. In Jim Jef-
files Ktill the heavyweight ctinmp-
Ion of the world?
The blR fellow sent n .hock of
Mirpiloe and Incredulity throughout
lie ..m.Ur, realm, wi.en upon
the occasion of Ills depositing a 6
000 forfeit last Wednesday In New
mk to hind the match with John-
mm, he made the fojlowlng state-
"10". .... . . ...
I am still tho heav) weight chnni-
j.lnn despite my retirement. It will re-cnte.lng the motor-caring compe
te James J. Jefferles, and not John- tltlon
on. who will I defend this title." ,,;,, hM , 1)ccn rcc0Etllle(I ag
This sartllng announcement as nn ,,, factor ,n tlle ,.
was to linoe been expected, has ,,,, lo ,,lllll8tlyi ,mvlnB I1n,o the
stinted n riot of opinions all over lgt ut le RaH)lpll0 waRong Kn
the country wherever boxing Is dls- amoB tlle lloni.eril nt the Bnmo hg
", ,'i ,. , , . - Cliri' werc nniong the fastest nnd
In the writers opinion, Jim Jeff- helei ertnMllh tc , recorilg for
rles has no more right to call him- .,, uy lni)lor.(lrUell n.nchlnc.
self the piesent world s champion Harney Oldneld-s famous old racing
than he has to proclaim himself tho car ,, Xo ,)99 oreatci, Brcatcgt
,r K" I"""'- Interest in motoring as a pleasure
In answer to n telegram to many ,, 8port of nny car , nlglor. 0no
Bliortlng authorities and celebrities ,lf .., , ., ,...,. ,
throughout the United States asking
peisonal opinions on Jeffries' claim,
many replies hnio been received. In-
ilmK" , i ..
lllll) I)ela..ey-ny crawling out
of his match with Squires. Jefferles
,..... . , "-"i "i oe-
come champion. Jefferlea Is the
rhamploii "four fluslrer" of the
wot Id. Johnson Is champion pugllst
V . I. W 'L , "r
Jofferles to light him he w II take
the title to the grave with him.
W. V. Naughton Jefferles' con-
it-mum inai no is ino oona line
champion Is simply ridiculous. Ho
Is no more champion of the world at
the present time than Theodore
ltooieelt Is President of the United
Stales. Ho laid down his lnurels
)enrs ago. and after much shuttle-
cocking and battle - dorlng, the
wreath settled on the dusky brow of
one Jack Johnson, where It reposes
ut prisem. it is lor jenories to
knock It off. As tho case stands,
tho bollermaker has simply an-
nounced his candidacy for a second
Tom S. Andrews (Milwaukee) I
cannot agree that Jeffertes Is still
the champion of the world. Jeff
publicly annbunced his retirement
In 1905, at Iteno, New, when he
Mild he would turn over the title to
the winner of tho Itoot-Hnrt bout.
I consider Johnson the rightful
holder at present.
Charles 1. Kyton Jerferlcp hns
ns much light to claim that he Is
still the champion as Johnson has
to claim tho title. Wo could scarce-
ly have accepted Tommy Hums ns
the champion had Jefferles got back
Into tho game at any time during
Tom Sharkey There is only one
heavywelght champion, nnd that is
Jim Jeffries. As a matter of fact,
neither Hums or Johnson ever
(ought nny of tho real aspirants for
championship honors In the heavy-
weight class, and tho onl yexc,use for
tho claim of Johnson was the sup-
posed retirement of Jeffertes.
K. W. Dlckerson (Sporting Editor
Denver News Inasmuch ns Johnson icsourccs, for I have Jcfforles' word
was willing to fight Jeffries before for It thnt he believes Johnson tho
ho retired, nnd defeated a claimant peer of all tho heavyweights that
to the heavyweight championship have been mentioned ns possible
whoce right to the title was not dls- champions since Jefferles' ietlre-
pitted by Jefferles. Johnson Is my incut.
opinion, should bo recognized ns tho As Jefferles went nut of the busl
ptesent heavyweight champion. , ness because there were no other
Professor Harry Gilmorc Jeffer- worlds to conquer, nnd ns Johnson
Ic, by his retirement, nllnwed '8 hejond argument the best man
Hums to defent tho heavyweight tho world has produced since Jeff-
champlonshlp tltlo ngalnst Squltes cries tossed aside the gloves, It must
and Molr. and then to lose It to certainly be Bald that tho winner
Johnson. In my mind Johnson Is I" '"'is coming fight will bo fairly
tho present champion. entitled to sign himself chnmplon
Ad Wolcast and Tom Jones f the world.
James Jefferles is undnuhtedly the 8 .8
heavyweight champion. T rr Q "PL.- 4.
Hilly Pnpko Jofferles Is still the jeUnCS OayS 1 tiat
champion. Johso ,s the cha, JL. Q p
Jog Woodman manager of Sam
Langford) Jeffeiles Is. In my opln-' J'n JelTcrlos got to tnlklng over
Ion, still the champion, notwlth- his, stale of mind at tho Hotel At
standing hi sretlrcment. Titles enn- ,)n"y Inst week,
not be given nwuy, and must bo " want n big a purse as possible
fought for. Johnson Is a "four to "Shi for, of courso," said he. "I'm
flusher" and Is no more entitled to ll huslness man, and I want a side
tho championship than Sam Lang- 1,et 'rom Johnnan, If I can get It.
ford, with whom Johnson failed to Anr "s U'B as ho can cover. That's
keop his agreement to fight before huslness too. Hut what I want most
tho National Sporting Club In Lon- ls lo ect tnnt u's "lick In the ring,
don. 1 1 want to got to him, thnts all. I'll
fight him for no sldo bet nt all If I
Irato Parent "Thero'H no use talk- ca'' Ret 'him nny other way."
Ing, young man. my daughter can Someono asked Jeff If he was Boro
never be yours." i at Johnson.
Young Man "Of courso she can't "Well," ho finally said, "well, I'm
ho, my daughter; but she's going to bo not going to say 'I'm pleased to
my wife Just tho same, and the boon. ' meet you' when we get Into the
cr you get tho Idea out of your head ting,"
Ihat sho Isn't, tho sooner you'll Invo ' Everyone hns read of Jeff's mag
room under your lid for somo other nlflcent condition. Hut It still
Idea. Sou?" comes tu lather n surprise to' seo
To Try For Record
To further emphasize the fact
that the I'nrd factory tins returned
' the motor racing Kame, Isthe
"""ouneement that II. L Scott, who
droe olio of these twenty-horsepow-
er nirg lo vclory , ,hc rccent New
Yol k , 8cntte riuc , , nUcnll)l
,0 ,(mer tll0 8an Kranclsco-to-New
Vork rvmul Tlle feat , tIlL. gma,
Clir ,n wnnnB le 4i000 mlIo con. t
tt.at , New YorU ,(, S(Mtto wag ,
',,lc ,lrsl of tlle cvnt which
ii,in... ,,.r(1 .,.,, ,,,
le limi8Ua gl,eed of le fiht cnrg"
of le Detnth facl0 . , lp wc,B,lt. I
N cxtra eg of boily ,)r lnoorl
prevented the winner of tho trans-
,, rnco from InaklnB ,
tnu, ,, cvcll , tUe mU(, nnd
Miugh country the little ears, owing
, t,lt,,r ,ack of wc , , t
KOnd average speed,
Tllc ga:ilt car wh,ch won ,,, rac0
fr,"n Atlantic to Pacific Is now on'
, .. from 10 ,,acI1(. (o Ul M.
iUIltlc niaklllB ,renuoll8 clTorl to
capture the honors now held by a'
larger car. In nn Interview on tho
lesults or such road tests as that
now being run by the Ford cars. W.
I.. Hughon, president of the stand-
nid Motor Car Company, agents for
these cars, said "There Is nn bct-
ter way of trjlng out tho qualities
of motor cars than In long, hard
tosU over all sorts of roads. Thnt
the kind of a tilal wo nlways pre-'
for when testing our machines. If a
car can cross the continent twice,
going nt a high rate of speed where-
cer tho roa Is permit. It Is pretty
sure to stand nil of tho work re-
quired by the average owner,
It It It
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VJlder 1 hm LJZZTIC
A great number nrc nsklng how
Jefferles and Johnson compare In
nge. Jeffertes was born April IB,
1875, and Johnson March 31, 1878.
JelTerles is therefore Johnson's sen-
lor by three years. Jefferles began
fighting In 1896 nnd retired shortly
after his affair with Jack Munroo
In 1904. Johnson, nccordlng to tho
record, had his flint fight In 1901,
his opponent being Choynskl. Jeff-
rles had been champion of the world
for nearly two years before John-
son made his first public nppenrance
In the prize ring,
i Jefferles, If ho, has been quoted
correctly, hns Bald repeatedly that
he will make short work of Johnson,
iThls goes to show what wonderful
confidence Jefferles has In his own
Aug. 21: Kama vs. 8t. Louis. '
Aug. 28: Punnhou vs.
Aug. 22: J. A. C. vs. U. S. M.
Aug. 22: C. A. C. vs. K. A. C.
Aug. 21: It. C. C. vs. Maul. '
Aug. 21: Championship
Sept. ft: Medal.
what a big man ho Is, now that he
has got rid of thnt pantry. Lots of
other people weigh 230 pounds
mostly cutlets. Hut Jeff' weight Is
mostly bono and musclo right now.
Ills wrists aio as thick and hnlry
as a government mulo's leg. Ills
ees are clear nnd bright nnd his
fckln smooth and he moves like a
"That nigger can never lick me,"
ho said as dlspasslonntcly ns though
he wero discussing tho chances of
fussing between two strangcis.
"Did jou ever seo htm fight?
Well, I have two or three times.
He stands flatfoutcd ns a washer
woman. Let ine tell jou. no man
on earth who stands Itatfooted can
ever lick me. They've got to get
up on their toes to do that. The
man who stands lint footed In the
ring Is licked before he ties on a
glove, If the other man Is anything
near his equal."
Now, that may sound like boast
ing. As t matter of fast, It wasn't.
It was given ns the cal m mid well
consldered statement of a man who
hits made pugilism a business nnd In
that business hns made a success,
"Then Johnson hns only one
punch," said he. "That Is It," he
Illustrated by n Blight movement of
his hnnd. His big mossy mil did
not travel half a dozen Inches, but
It made the Irca clear.
Can Hit From Anywhere.
I have, ft our hundicd punches,
and every one of them better than!Ban0 fr eome ,mitos. Then sud-
liis uesi. i can nu nnywnere from
nnywnere. snort or long range,
from the hip or the shoulder or any
where else. I have two good hands.
He has one. I can send them In
from away off, or pound 'em In with
two Inches play. Johnson can't.
"And you fellows call him clov
er," he continued. "JohnBon Is not
clever, He Is good at blocking, yes.
Hut his footwork Is that of a man
thnt stands flat footed and has his
one punch. I'm not holding him too
lightly. I will train for him until
I am in absolutely perfect condition
nnd I'll lick him. Hut ho Isn't
nrilly u dangerous man like old
Kltz, far exemple. That old man
was bad b-a-d as long as ho was
on his feet. You never enred to
give him an Inch. When he was
tight ho could lick a field full of
Someone got to talking of the tra
ditional hardheadedness of tho ne
gro. The suggestion was made
thnt Johnson could not bo hurt If
ho wero hit on tho head.
"lilt him on tho head, on tho
body, on the shlnbone anywhere,"
knid Jeff, Hit him Jinrd enough
and he will feel It, no matter whore
"Where will tho fight be?" was
"I cannot answer thnt question,"
Bald Jeff. "That's up to the clubs.
Of course, tho club making the best
offer the responsible club of
course will get tho fight. I m out
for the velvet now. We want mon
ey. I'vo got all tho glory I can got
out of the business. I don't wnnt
ever to fight nguln, but It seems
that I will lrnjvo to. The white
people make me fight. It will hecer
do for n negro to hold the heavy
weight championship whllo there Is
a white man to fight him fur It. I
suppose the fight will be In Califor
nia. Theie Is not a hall out there
half big enough, of course. It will
be held In nn open air arena, where
ever It may he, and thnt means It
will have to he good weather. Hut
all that depends on tho club,
all thnt depends on tho club."
Doten't Want to See Johnson.
"Jonson says he wants to meet
you before you sail and talk articles
"What do I want to talk to that
blk blnck for?" asked Jefferles, half
nngilly. "What is thoio to talk
"You know no nrtlelcs thnt might
bo signed now would he worth Klnolau s Bteenth nppeuiance beforo
shucks until the club has made Its tho court and tho Judgo boaked him
offer. I hnvo my money up ns u haul.
forfeit und so has Johnson. Hut; A Spaniard named Manuel, who
.that don't mean anything yet. I used somo lletco language In a pub
I put It up toshow the people that I He place, was lined $9.30 and given
(was In earnest, hut I could tuke It u severe lectuio by tho court,
down tomorrow nnd It wouldn't j Tho case against Joseph W. OII
have nny beating on tho light. Thn vcr, tho city champion bum, who is
first trlng to do is for a responsible thought to have left for the main
club to make us nn offer thatli mut- , oll u,0 Alutncd.i. resulted in n
ually satisfactory. Then wo can
agree on the articles nnd then we
must put up our foifelt. And that
forfeit will stick. Hut money post
ed now doson't bind nnyono lo any
thing, for there is no agreement to
bo bound to." .
HONOLULU, T. It., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909,
'J I J' .' LM-tL"."' I."
A SEWM SYSTEM
Declared Essential To
President Mott-Smlth of tho Hoard
of Health stales that there has been
considerable of an Improvement In
the sanitary conditions nt Walpahu.
IThe lloatd of Health has begun a
sjstcmntic effort to Improve tho con
ditions nnd has succeeded In it lnrgo
The only thing thnt will perma
nently Improve tho conditions nt
Walpahu. In tho opinion of tho
Hoard of Health, Is a sower system,
nnd the energies of tho department
of public henlth will be devoted to
that end In the campaign for bet
tor sanitary conditions nt Walpahu.
The President of tho Hoard of
Health hns completed his labors on
his report lo the Governor nnd
states that It will be ready to file
with tho chief executive the first of
feist week. All that remains to bo
done Is the Indexing of the report,
and It will then ho ready for sub
mission to the governor. Its np
penrance Is looked for with consider
nblo Interest, for It Is understood
that tho new president of the Hoard
of Henlth will rccommond n number
of (hnnges In connection with Hoard
of Health administration.
Three Japanese were enjoying a
quiet game of "llano," which Is
tonic kind of a card proposition, this
morning In a King street store,
when n couple of Lcnl's men saun
The sleuths, hearing the chink of
money, climbed up to the top of a
partition nnd watched tho llttln
tlcnly making for the door, tho de-
tectlves rushed In nnd grabbed ev
erything In sight. ,
The gnmblers were tnkon . com
pletely by surprise nnd had no tlmo
to'hldo the money. Ope1 of the gen
try remarked to thV arresting offi
cers: "Wads the matter you? More
better you hnpnl all men, -by nnd by,
me one dollar half polio now.
Llllle more play me catch other man
However, the police took tho gam
biers straight to court, nnd this
morning tho hunch was fined 10,1G
each by Judge Andinde.
At tho inquest Into tho death of tho
small Japanejo child who was killed
on Tuesday last, the coroner's Jury
last night returned u verdict to the ef
fect that tho death was accidental.
"Thjs Jury finds that Suwaya Klclil
suko Mukul cuino tu her death on tho
17th day of August, 19U9, from In
juries to the hend and pelvis caused
by accidentally coming In contact with
Day & Company's delivery wagon,
said wagon being driven by one C. H.
llnlsey, whom this Jury believes to be
an Incompetent driver."
Tho nbove Is a copy of tho veidlct
rendered by tho Jury which sut with
Coroner ftoso on the case.
i a ALAMEDA WIRELESS.
8 Tho following wireless was re- tt
8 received from the S. S. Alamedn It
8 by the agents. J
8 "August 19, 1909." It
8 "Alameda, 8 p. in. All well, tt
8 fine weather, light bieezo nnd tt
8 smooth sen. -184 miles." tt
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS.
There were very few cabes on the
police comt calendar this morning,
und the usual bunch of spectators
wero conspicuous by their absence.
Judgo Andiudo presided, and beyond
lining teveial drunks nnd gamblcts,
theiu was nothing much doing,
One buoo at list of high Btundlng
was given 30 days ip. Jail; It was
suspended sentence of thltteen
months being tecorded. Should Jo
seph leturn to Hawaii within thnt
peilod he will be liable for the tin
cxplicd teim In Umbo.
'For Sale',' cards at Bulletin.
CORP. DAVID ALAPA,
N.G.H., PASSES AWAY
Another member of the N. (1. H. hnR
gone tu his long rest, and his comrades
are left lamenting. Corporal Dnvld
Alapa, of tho First Hospital Corps,
died this morning nt 9:30 o'clock.
The decensed had been n member of
the Corps for the p.ut thrci ye.irb iiii.I
was a universal favorite, to.- his was it
lovable nature. Kor the past eight
months Cororal Alapa hn been suf
fering from consumption, but ho had
liornu up with great courago under his
Tho funeral, which will be a military
one, will take placo at Pearl City at
2:15 tomorrow nfternoon. Tho cortege
will move from Gonsalvcs lane to the
Williams undertaking parlors, and
thence to tho O. It. & L. depot.
Sheriff Jnrrctt started out ycstciduy
afternoon on n tour of Inspection of
tho various Jails of tho county. All
the countty dlsttlcts will ho visited
and everything looked Into thoroughly.
Tho Shcilff, who Is traveling In n
two-horso Biirrey, went over the Pall
to Walmanalo first. Krom theio he
will work along tho coast right around
Tho Inspection will be a most thor
ough one, and Sheriff Jarrctt Ih deter
mined 11)11 all the outside jails shall
be kept up In ns good a manner us the
U. Take, tho Japanese who forfeited
$100 ball last week In preference to
nppenrlug In court to answer u charge
of violating the liquor Inws, ls once
more In custody on a chaigo laid by
Tnke, who runs n restaurant on King
btreet, is alleged to have sold beer
with mcnli. Judge Andradc will look
Into tho matter tomorrow morning
when Tnko has to appear beforo him.
IT SURPRISED HIM
"What sort of people are the Ha
waiian's anyhow?" enquired Mnklno of
n police court official this morning.
"There wero nine of your countrymen
on the Jmy that tried me and I wns
surprised to see HawallanB give thu
verdict they did. If tho jury had nil
been white men tho verdict would not
have surprised me."
F. C. SMITH OUT.
Fred C. Smith, general passenger
agent of tho O. It. & U. is out again
after quite a serious Illness that bout
crod on typhoid fever. Since Superin
tendent G i or go Donlson has been look
ing after tho Peart 'Harbor dredging
operations, Mr. Smith has been acting
cupcrlntcndent nnd tho burden of add
ed work has broken him down.
An Inventory and appraisement
was filed to day on tho estate of the
late Thomas Gomes. Tho only
pioperty of the estate consists of n
house nnd lot on Metcalf street val
ue dat $650. Tho appraisers were
J Fernandez, J. It. Frcltas and J. A.
Mniqucj. Maria Gomes, tho widow,
Is the executrix. (
Judge Robinson today signed nn
order approving the annual accounts
of W. O. Smith ad-administrator of
the cstnte of Gilbert 'Waller. The
surety of tho administrator Is can
celled nnd the estate ordered disti to
uted to the widow, Mary Adelaldo
Hrldget Waller, of San Francisco.
A car hound Walklkl-way yesterday
afternoon was held up near the King
street cemetery by a wagon load of
lumber which two horses wcto tumble
to haul through a gatoway. Another
team gavo a hand and some of tho
passengers alBO kokuaed, and tho big
toad was gotten Into the yard.
L. J. Warren has been appointed
administrator of the estnte ofK.
Toshtsuke on tho petition of wrL.
Stnnloy. Tho estate consists of ten
shares In the S. Klmuia company
valued at $1,000, nnd forty shares
In tho Jnpaneso Htce Mill, valued nt
An order of distribution nnd ap
proval of final accounts was signed
by Judgo Robinson today on the es
tate of Joshua K. Hrown. A life In
Iciest in tho estate Is given to tho
widow, Annie K. Drown.
A discontinuance was entorcd to
day In tho suit of Arthur M. Hrown,
the ex-sherlff, against William II.
Cornwell, assumpsit action on n
promissory nolo of $1,000,
..Ffteenth Death. Spokane, Wash.,
Aug. 1. Tho fifteenth death resulting
from Saturday's collision of electric
trains nt Glhhs, Idaho, took placo this
moinliig when Herman Gilbert of
Coeur d'Aleno passed away. Gilbert's
leg was broken ono hip was crushed
nnd ho suffered Internal Injuries.
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