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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It. SATUUDAY, OCT. 2, 1009.
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I Local and National I
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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Jeffries Does Not
.-.-, .,..-iTj a, i ii i, ,' in iHiiiiw.ny WitnOMn- 1, n.'tiii , r, i j W'n'1-
Jack Johnson In
Jack Johnson la hammering nvn
lu th S-al Hud, Bnimslum ns
though Ills contest with Stnnlej Kel
oid wero only n few iIijh distant,,
isajs W. . Nnughtou In Ihu lit
imilniT of Sept 21 Yistcrda), for
instance, Johnson spent twenty min
utes with tlio punching bag nml an
other twenty minutes nt footwork
liefoio sparring four rounds with
Dave Mills llicie is tert.ilnlj more
Minp to lolinson h work than there
vns when hu tralneil for Kaufman
ncros thu bi, ami there la nn un
dercurrent of belief among the clt)
sporting men that Johnson enter
tains considerable respect for Ket
chel, cen though the latter Is a
eiy llfilit heayclght, If a he.i
wclRht at nil.
Johnton rather resents the sug
gestion that his strict attention to
work la the outcome of n belief that
Kctchol Is a dangerous customer,
.lolinson Is nothing If not .ln of
his lighting talents nnd to hear htm
talk own Jeffries will glw him n
small amount of trouble when ho
meets tho bollcrmakcr in the final
match for tho world's championship.
"I'll take care of this Ketchel linn
the samo as I'o taken caro of eerj
one else," Fald Johnson, "There
vas some talk that I wasn't trained
for cither O'Hrlcn or Knufman and
that I seemed to bo shy of n knockout
puueh. Well, I'm going to show tho
Sin Prnnclsco sports a well-trained
champion, this trip and I think I'll
treat them to a knockout, too "
Johnson's rondnork csterday
morning was extended to ten miles.
It Is understood that he will follow
n full programme from now until
tho date of tho contest October 12th
"and will cancel Bowral engage
ments In interior towns In order that
he may devote all his nttentlon to
Ills preparation for tho Ketchel nt
fair., n n n
Willis Ilrllt and Stanley Ketchel
wero expected In San Francisco on
Sept. 21. Ketchel has made arrange
ments to train nt Mlllett's camp,
v. hero ho has always been housed,
nnd according to Drift's present ar
ruigcmonts will go to Colma Imme
diately on his arrival here.
f SPEIGELMYER, SURE
Mule rrlendt Adolph: You did not
a letter Lend by der last shteamer.
V.ll Idt don't m-iko Ki.no difference
oecauso I iouM not linff time to rend
It. If deso city don't as holding
Its own in effery vay, shape und
iorra 1 am nn alligator asleep under
a log nil vinter
U JUb U V1UICI.
Dor long pulled out trial off der
p rioters lu offer und I read In
der papers dot der Jury vas hung.
Dot vas too bad, Adolph. I think,
vu'en I see how der tity feels offer
der vordlct dot dcre ould bo no
objection to hanging n certain per
cefit oft der jury, but to hang dor
wholo thing don't seem to be Just
right. An how, blood las thicker
,(U4i ater und jou can't alvajs (some
times tell. Any how, Adolph, iff I
vat der mnn hat stuck der crowbar
into der cogs off Justice I ould
crawl Into a holo und stop der hole
ui mlt a cigar butt.
Der fleet has earned back from der
spred tests vhnt vas had out at sea
for a veelc. Dcy may haff got all off
df speed out oft der shlpi but none
vis tooked out off dor sailor bojs, nt
lept ou couldn't notice uny dot
mw left behind,
JDero Iss one thing dot I vould llko
to. find out und dot Iss where der
sailor boys get der horses vhat dey
rl lo on cffor day. I neffer beo nnj
iii ) thing llko them come out off der
II oi y stable for other peoplo to ride.
Siimo orf deso horses vas so thin dot
ji u could read n powspapei through
tlem und a few ould magnify dot
letters. I haff heard off licet steeds
und I guess dese are souio off dem.
?rintA tua nlinia Lfiitint ti t nir imlnif
oj hero dot needs Immortallllzlug mlt
,vibCB und ns dot, vas right In m"
JH no I v 111 to ui vnu iiliout It.
f J LU r:ilTY.
Dr day vns brcukliig lully
tt vns ulntoft C o'clock,
J)tr sailor Lojs hid Bhore leave
VB'Tt busy 'round der dock?
Did 'tlioy valt for any bieakfast!
Snjy, 'desevas Idlo woids;
r Voclo' Sammy's dcip sen fighters
Ilid money for dei birds
7 - . . .... .i-
(Ten .auiiuicu uier.
CAULSHAD. September 19.
Jimts J Jerfiles U heiu at tho Vllln
Columbusi Ills wife Is taking the
Carlsbad euro for an Indisposition
that his annmed her for scvcrnl
months Jeffries looks to be In
grand condition, lie raid todn:
' Mj doctor advised tne not to take
the cute, ni 1 did not need it. I take
nn occasional glass of 1'clsonq.uclle
vvnter It Is n bum I nm neither bet
ter nor woiso' for It. You need to
have faith for any of theso cures to
do ou good. They are not for
"I am working every day nt the
Orphetim and am following a simple
H Kline. I rle nt f, then go out for
two Iiours'a rondwork, returning
I about 9 After a little massage and
a short lest to cool my stomach, I
take breakfast, consisting of por
ridge. Occasionally I have a couple
of eggJ. Afterward I take walking
exciclse nnd am not home until 3,
when I go to thu gmnasium, alwnjs
for no minute and sometimes for
two houis Hake no meals during
tho whole da until C o'clock din
ner, which cunslsts mostly of chicken
or wild game. 1 drink no soup, but
have plenty of vegetables. I do not
eat potatoes and drink no spirits.
"M present weight Is from 226
to 227 pounds. I nm In bed at 9
o'clock ever night. I have dono no
hard training, as we don't know who
I nm or what I am training for nt
the Orpheiim. They charge mo the
big sum of 40 cents an hour.
"I am silling for New York In
October. Tho date Is not et flxpd
Hut when I go back I will meet John
son. "I have sGVcrnl friends here, In
cluding Nat Goodwin and five or six
from Los Angeles. Many Americans
come to the Orpheum while I am
training. 1 like Carlsbad very much.
I mado $50,000 In the last twenty
weeks before I left homo. I will do
my last tralnng tomorrow, after
which I start for, Parls.'
Whitney & Marsh have tho ngencj
for tho Hall Borchert adjustable dress
form, which the will soli at New
York prlco plus tho freight.
t Forty little dlnkej hats
I Hanging on der pegs.,
Jty J0" 8all ""
LaU"B '"' ' K.
Vh ? leJ P l " eal
. "nd "art.d to go out
' Bays now ' vl" Beo BOme 'un
lvn.,'11 .,i,.ln !,- m !,..
I "" " '"vl' ";" """ ,"""", .
ut ' nffcr "a'd J- Ad",h'
It gift mo such surprise,
They either didn't give a darn,
Or der heads vas all one size.
Der fleet gave n grand reception on
Tuesday evening to dor peoplo off
Honolulu. I vent as far as dei
gate becauso I didn't have a Invl'
tntlon. Vo don't issue Invitations to
ilor officers und men off a fleet vhen
vo entertain them, Ve shust open
our arms und say COMB IN UNO
HAIT A GOOD TIME. Ve don't
care If )ou nre an admiral or a
Jackie vorklng for your board und
trjlng to suve half off It.
Der navy is n good place for oung
men, I don't know all vhat dey
tench, but dey certainly teach dem
nut to shovel der food Into der
food Into der mouths mlt a knife;
nn example worthy off all limitation
by n good many off our local people.
BETTER GOLF LINKS THAN EVEB
. 1 1
AND SOCIETY PATRONIZES THEM
THE RIDE TO HALEIWA
BY AUTO IS A DREAM.
WING ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design a frame to your satisfaction,
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire,
Po. 0. Box 771,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 180.
JX. "U AnU Ju),UI
, VALLEJO, Septerauer 19. Orders
have Lonie from the Navy, Depart
ment to the authorities at Mare al
and to hasten the installation of the
Are control system on the .cruiser
Marblehead, as It Is desired that tne
ship shall be commissioned on Nov
ember 1st next, The Marblehead has
been lying In the stream at the yard
for the last two years, and many.'
thousands of dollars have.been spent
upon her. When she goes Into ser
vice sh'e will be, one ot the most
modern of the smaller class of crull
ers on the Coast.
Master Klectrlcjan Uans.com of the
navy yard has sent a wireless mes
sago from Sitka, Alaska, that he o
to change the site of the station In
the northern city, The station was
locajed in a pocket of hills, wtilch
seriously Interfered with Its use(u)
nets, The Bite of the new station
will be at niorke Island, about Bey
enty miles from Bltka. llanscom, and
a party of wireless telegraph experts
are now at Bltka, and will spend
several months there Installing the
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-The von Hamm-Young Co.,
Army and Navy
Folk Are Doing :
$ w ' .
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20 Tho
Mitchell car. carrying First I.leuten-
ant nnapnfhnl nt tlii, fllitnnl rnrnu.
Private M. K. Parrott, Tenth New
York Infantr), dlspatt.li bo.iror, and
Frank X, Ziriies, mechanician, and
bringing an official despatch from
Major-Oeneral Leonard Wood of the
Department of the East In Ilrlimdler. .
General John I Weston, command
ing at Fort Mason, arrhed at San
Francisco at 2 o'clock jesterdny af
ternoon, escorted by a detail nr boI-
dlers ot ,th,e California Coast Artil
lery, under command of Lieutenant
W. II. Ilobor, and many automobiles
containing omclals of the Mitchell
Motor Car Company and other civi
lians. Navy Notes.
Capt. Albert Oleavcs, U. 8, N In
command, of tho U. 8. 8. St. Umls,
en route from 8au Francisco to San
ta Iinrbara, Cnl , Is reported to have
foundsoundlngs nt depths of fort
two, thirty-eight and twenty-five
fathoms, off Cape Mendocino, where
the chart showed no bottom In that
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PACKARD "THIRTY" PHAETON
' M 1 '&
llcekm.in Wlnthrop, Acllng Secre'
tnrj of tho Navy, Iiiih written n let
ter to Martin I". Cuiien, gunnel's
mate, thlid (.lntH, of the Miintunn,
coiiimcndlug him for gallantry In
jumping overboard from the Mon
tana and rescuing from drowning u
shipmate, A. I), lllnncliard, ordinary
bcanian. ,Although many persons
wero present ut tho time, tho com
manding ofllcoiH say, uouo made u
move to a hi tho seaman except Cui
ren, who, fully dressed, Including
shoes, Jumped from the forecastle
dec;, und effected n lescun.
The Italian training ship Ktnn, en
route to New York to tuko ;ait In
tho llildxon-rulloii rolpbiatlou, an
thoied off the Naval Academy ut An
nnpolls, Md , Sept. 0, There was an
exchange of formal cmuleslea and a
national saluto of twenty-one guns.
Official calls wero exchanged Sopt. 7.
LUAVENWORTH, (Kas.), Sep
tember 18: tlilgudlcr-tlMiorul Tied,
ertclc runstnii, roiumnndnut of the
Aimy Sorleo schools ut Toil Leav
enworth, suffered n Revere fiactiiie
of the right shoulder last night
when ho stumbled and fell on nn un
eqn concrete wnlk while letuiulug
to his (uartcis,
The mishap was cousldcied of no
coiibeiiutnco nt Hist, but nn X-iuy
oxnmlnntlon by suigcons today dis
closed tho fractuio. Tho (lenoral
will bo c(7nllnedtii his quuitcis for
WiMr "ask yF
V( THE MAN B
lWHO OWNS W
(I ONE" JJ
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1 Sailers Get Even.
NOKimiC (Va ), September IS.
Much excitement was caused at the
"Wnllo City" I'lno Heath today by
nn ultack on Chnrleu I.ee's restau
rant by n large party of xnlloiH on
Bhoru Ifberty from tho fleet in Hamp
ton Hoads, Tho placo was stoned
and practically wrecked, beet bottles
and other missiles having been
thrown through thq windows nnd
much ciockciy and glassware smash
ed. Tho muse of the uttnt h by tho
Billots Is not given. The nffnli was
rcpoitcd to the Nuval authuiitlcs.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
, We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. AH makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
fust ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candle? always
Kinsr and Fort Sts.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. Phone22
BULLETIN ADS PVY -41.
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