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COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL.
BY V. L,
TELLS OF BLOWS
Wend Hlow Are Not Dancerous
Punches to the Point and Solar
Plexus Do the Trick Nine Times
Out of Ten.
Just at present, whllo the world
nf flsllann Is ngog over tlio coming
contest for tlie hcnvywelght cham
pionship of tho world between Jef
fries aid Jack Johnson, the word
"knockout" finds n place In noarl
all piiRlellstlc discussions. Hut few
of lliiico who use tho word, nnd tow
er of thofc who deliver tho "knock
out, ' know what physical phenome
na cause tho recipient of tho punch
to loso conrclousnoss. Tho following
nrtlclo hy Dr. Walter l'ect explains
exactly the cause and effect of tho
By Walter Peet, M. D.
Tho modorn knockout blowg.
To the chin.
To tho stomach.
Under the car.
To the heart.
To the kidney.
One of tho peculiarities of the hu
man mind Is the evor-rccurrlng ques
tion, "Why?" In tho child, with lt
unconscious nalvcto, this Interroga
tion Is made frankly, with no shami
nt the revelation of Ignorance, but
with maturity comes the conceal
ment of lack of knowledge which of
ten leaves us In the dark ns to al
most obvious facts.
Indeed, It Is tho man who Is con
stantly after the "wh)" that wins
out In any pursuit.
Perhaps somo of us have wondcre I
why u Hercules can be struck n blow
apparently not exceedingly sever. In
a certain spot, which Is so vulnerable
that ho will bo seemingly litotes
when under tho offoct of what wo
call In our cxprcsslvo parlance "t
Years ago tho only idea of the
prize fighter was to -wear his anta
gonist dawn. As l))rou sau:
"Twas blow for blow, disputing inch
Tor one would not retreat, nor
Also, by heating on tho hend nnd
hitting in tho eyo or on tho nose ho
soughj to win. Indeed, it was con
sidered a great point to the good to
bo tho first to draw blood, whllo ai
a matter of fact tbeso blows In tho
great majority of cases do very lit
tle toward Incapacitating a fighter
who has P)ci)ty ot courago and
Head Blowi Not Dangerous,
lllows on tho upper part of tho
head are not dangerous to u strong,
husky man, where, ho Is wldo awake,
alert, on tho defensive and has n
.good backward spring. In many
cases tho scalp has often been cut
open, with no furthor harm. ThU
Is becnuso nature hns provided tho
fragile brain with a wonderful pro
tection In tho mako-up of tho bones
covering It. They consist of two ta
bles, an outer and an Inner, Tho
outer one, as Gray, tho anatomist
fays, "Is thick and tough", to with''
stand Injury, while Interposed bo
tweon tho two h n network of brac
ing also formed of bone. And th)i
has licOn Imitated by man himself
In many of his mechanical devices.
Tho natural "glvo' backward of the
head ulso saves h man who has been
hit on tho upper half of tho face.
Todny tho leading flghtera 111 tlicl.'
respective (lasses know tho vulnor
ubjo points ns well as any Burgeon
and know how to land the blows
upon these points, oyen If they do
not know the anatomical reasons far
tho disabilities that thoy cause and
the process through which they up
As we have said, they have stud
ied tho blows and by observation
and, above all, by the experience, ot
others, handed down from one fight
to another, they know what pointi
to try for the hardest,
What are these points?
Tho knockout blows dependod up
on by tho modern pugilist uro: Those
on the chin, to tho stomach, tinder
tho ear, the heart, the kidney and
sometimes the liver
Tho first two uro, par excellence
the most effective.
Taking the first blow, the sudden
force applied to tho chin Is trans
mitted upward nnd backward
through the Jower Jaw to Its sockets,
nt tlvp base of the skull, directly or
Tho brain thus Jarred milter con-
Concussion, of the brain has been
glcn probably morp study h)' Prof
IW. W. Kcon than by any other Bur
geon. Ills researches, boiled down, siiow
i Hint concussion of the brain Is In
the simplest cases n mere Jarring of
It without serious permanent harm,
and Is readily recovered from.
The symptoms of the slighter
form ot this concussion are! mo
mentary loss of consciousness, or gid
diness, pale face, feeble pulse, men
tal confusion, sweating- nnd vptnlt
Ing, fhe signs bf Iho more severe
form ntc prolonged unconsciousness,
fccblo pulse, shnlluw breathing, cold
surface and muscular relaxation. Tho
man can be roused with difficulty,
but responds angrily, nnd Immedi
ately relapses Into a somnolent con
dition. Ho ties curled up on tils side, with
e)es tightly closed, and he resents
any effort nt changing his ponture.
The pupils of the eyes nro contract
ed. It might bo well to give hero the
first aid treatment recommended as
tho result of tho latent studies. Pri
marily, rest anil quietude must bo
insisted upon in all cases. Under no
circumstances givo alcohol (and by
tho way a drli.k ot whiskey is the
first thing n man thinks of In ense
of an injured person), for If there
Is bcmorriiago Into tho brain tissue,
tho alcohol will make It bleed tho
How to Revive Victim.
ulvo a tow drops of aromatic spi
rits of ammonia In water, Burround
tbo patient with hot water bottles.
put a mustard plaster over the heart,
and give hot coffee, using mean
while, cold application to the head.
Tho Injuries from a blow under
the car arc almost Identical, but to
a lesser degroo severe with thoso clt
Now wo como to the second cardi
nal point In knacks ni.d blows, that
to the stomach, which affects tin
ot written of, but heretofore unex
plained "solnr plexus blow," "Plex
us" means a network. The so'nr
plexus consists of a great network
of t crves which control l..o blood
supply ot everything In tho abdomi
nal cavity, and this means it all, In
asmuch ns the blood tessolg of the
abdomen can contain tho whole
amount of blood In tho body.
When tho proper punch flattens
the stomach back this network of
tiencs is crushed against tho bones
and paral)zcd. Thus the nerve sup
ply of the' tremendously large blood
vesselB Is Incapacitated, these blood
vcBse's expand and all of tho blood
cf the rest of tho body rushes into
these vessels of Iho abdomon, mo
rally starving the heart and brain
of blood and the man falls uncon
scious. Tnklng tho blood from ei
ther the heart or the brain would
"put a man out," but In this cubo it
is doubly done.
Nine peoplo out of ten think that
tho stomach Is much lower than It
Putting It roughly, this organ Is
slightly below tho ftoxlblo lower
portion of tho sternum, or breast
bono, which any portion enn feel for
himself, nnd It li in tho angle form
ed by the divergence of tho forward
ends of tho ribs from each other.
A blow If planted too high or too
far tn ono sldn or tho other of tho
median line, Is checked by the
breast bone or the ribs. It has to
be placed to u nicety to get through
these barriers of naturo and reach
tho solar plexus.
Over tho heart wo havo similarly
n cardiac (heart) plexus of nervos
governing blood vessel, and to a les
ser degree has tho samo effect aa a
blow to the solar plexus, but the
direct Jar to tho heart and to the
nerves governing Its muscular ac
tion In very damaging.
It must ho remembered, howover,
that the heart Is protected by the
I.lkowlso wo have the renal (kid-
nay) plexus, which nlso governs in
n still less urea tho blood suiinly.
nils sport has come down to ui
from pldcn dajs.
it 'has endured throughout ilia
)cnrs which havo lapsed slnco tho
blood ot our forefather's tlpglcd over
tho news of n friendly bout, and now
It lias brought us to a time whan
challenges uro ringing from coast to
coast, when old friends meet again
to discuss tho near tlmo day when.
two mon shall meet, ns Goldsmith
"Uiiaw'd by powor and
Unappall'd by foar."
Gleaned at Garages
At the Associated Garage, Mana
ger Beymour Hall Is still looking
pleased whonever the lludkon Twen
ty Is mentioned The "little
beauty," na tho car la sometimes
called, did veiy Rood work on tlm
600 miles nn-stop-engluo run, anil
tho cnnsoniiemo Is Hint mnnv cnlnn
have been made In tho Territory,
Tho .tones olectrlc nuto horn la
being Introduced by tho Associated
Oarage, and It 'is an Instrument that
will certainly do tho trick as far ai
making peoplo a ware of tho Met that
an auto is approaching. Tho horn
H attached to tho steering wheel and'
It easily reached; it should catch on
In Honolulu In great shape.
Tho 'Associated peoplo aro also
handling" the Switched air gauge,
which measures tho amount of nlr In
the tire, nnd ns It Is estimated that
ninety per cent, of tiro trouble la
due to lack Of inflation, most of tho
Of Honolulu nro taking
to the nlr gauge.
The Schunmn Garngn expects !
number pf new machines on tho
next boat from the Coast, and tho
prosprcis or gelling siimcicni ram
to fill the orders already on hnlin
appear io be n little brighter. The
Schuman peoplo handlo it large num
ber of machines In tho course of
the )cnr. and all of tho caro aro sold
to arrive. The supply can never
keep up with the demand, nnd K.
M. P., Ixjcomoblloi. Flanders. Vlllcs
and other makes arc being bold alt
Tho rinndcrs is a cheap car that
Is highly thought of. It scljs at a
very low figure, and et Is as com
plete nnd well flnlhcd as much more
Tho Locomobile, machine Is going
strong In Honolulu, nnd tho car la
such n reliable ono nnd runs mi
smoothly that It Is considered to bo
ono ot the best In tho Islands. Many
prominent people havo gono In for
tho Locomobile, nnd the car nhvajs
ituiMUKUl liuufeu Ul mu Villi wtifiim-
Young Oarngo reports many- Balos
during the week, but most of them.
ns to arrive. Tho supply from tho
factorles'ran nut Keep up with the
E. A. Mott-Smith has purchased a
Cadillac deinl-touncau for use om
dully, -'c Cadillac Is a great fa
vorite with the heads ot tho various
departments, nnd 1. early ever) one
has ono of them.
The llulck car Is nlro n favorite,
nnd a shipment of theso machines s
expected to nrrlvo in the near lu-
lure. Most of the cars havo been
Bold to nrrlvo, nnd tho demand for
them Is still large. Half a dozon
Overlanda are nlso on tho Way, nipl
the way these cars are going ott
surprises oyer) body.
A. A. Ynui.g Is Icavlnf for th
Coast on the Manchuria, and ho wilt
tnke ulong his Stovcns-Dur)ea with
him. Mr. Young Intends tourin
California In his own car und will
bo away for boiiio time.
Henry May & Co. havo uurchasol
a Knpld auto truck from tho ven
Ilnmm-Yoiing Oarage, and It will bo
used In their delivery service. John
Scott, manager of Iho Hllo Sugar
Co., has purchasod a Cadillac, aca
Manager Wilcox of Kolon plantation
has gono In for a rope-Hartford car.
On Hawaii, the Overland and a Ca
dillac havo been sold by tho Vol
cano Stables Co,, which Arm acts ns
agent for the two makes uf ma
chines. Alvan Macauloy has resigned as
general manager of tho Uurroughs
Adding Machine Company Io becomo
general manager of the Packard Mo
tor Car Company of Detroit, suc
ceeding S. D. Waldon, who has been
elected vlco-prcsldojit of the Pack
ard company. This addition to tho
administrative staff of tho Packard
company Is tho natural result of tho
steady and remarkable growth ot
that company, and tho lncrcaxoa
need of assistance, for President 11.
I). Joy and Mr. Waldon In tho con
duct of tho company's business.
Tho selection of Mr. Macauley tu
occupy this position la particularly
fitting, owing to tho fact that ho
has bcon Instrumental In building
up n business which Is almost paral-j
lc) to that of the Packard company
In Its growth during tho last several i
Mr. Macauley has been general!
manager of the Uurroughs Adding!
Machine Company for eight und.
one-hair jears, nnd wuh ono nt tho
moll associated with Joseph DojorJ
directly responsible, for btlnglngtho
Uurroughs plant to Dotrolt. Under
his management tho Uurroughs bus-'
Iness multiplied six Union In volume.!
Mr, Mncau(oy first obtained ptum
Incnco In the commarclnl world ub n
patent attorney, practising In Wnsh-j
ington. He gavo uu that nractlso
to becomo associated with tho Na-
tlonal Cash Register , Company, nt
Dayton, Ohio, which position ho oc
cupied for seven )ears.
Tho fortunate addition of Mr,
Macauley strengthens tho Packard
company's administrative, forcos
without in uny way changli.g tho
o, optionally efficient organization
which bus hpftll liiilll tin mwlni Him
direction of President Joy, with tho1
asslstahco of Mr, Waldon, I
Consequently, Mr. Waldou's olec
linn lu the vlce-prcsldenty ot tho
company Is an equally pleasing fea
Hire ot the
new arrangement In that
of tho company, which I
remaining under the same manage-i'0
. . ... . ......
mom. rare none ted liv lie exner
euco nnd ability of n man whose pre-'
vlotia bucicss as a business captain
assures his success in his uewiiole.
Cut jour consumption of nioit
down In oup Meat: n week. You
havo no Idea how much more heart
ily you will oujoy It, AVashlngton
It was certainty a good mersengor
who brought tho heir to yourlinuto
tlmt A)er's Sarjaparllla makes tho
I'loml "rlck'nnd red. Thli means
" mm.li to thojo who, aro thin, pale,
'eei'if. waK. "" nervous. After
Aycr's Simparllh has cured you,
i".rr tho glad message, to a friend or
' iv.i,.,,. .,,ff-r fmm tlm itm
f,f n warm rllmalo. Prolonged warm
nt miny people. Tho digestion Is
low, ami tho llrcr becomes sluggish.
Impurities in tho blood accumulato
nml cause, tint fccllnp of downhearted
nos ami depression,
Is of t'.frt RicalAl no 111 SiichrixMi,
In piirlfil.i,;, mriij'i'iniiiiijf, and iik
bnlMiii;: l- l " Mill bo i.f li.cstl
mablo v .lu'
A fin' ii i '
Jilt ft! hi 'II
Nil I'M -iiliiintl,
rr,ji,rn- i c .!-" ll. um.
V in rl"in'PKPi'i IIHlPlC
'" lUHHJ" U'MM.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jul! opposiu Haiti St. Fitncb
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Centerof theatre,
ferring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Ilawallsnlsland headquarers. Cable
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.50 per day up
With bath 2.00 per day up
Meals tabic d' hote or a la carte
Management of Gui C. larm.
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER. Phone 361.
A man is known by the
company lie keeps, and a
house of refreshment by the
company entertained. 'Tho
most critical could not find
fault with the company at
The Resort of Honolulu's
C. J. McCarthy, Prop.
Hotel and Bethel Streets
Try One of the Ten-Dollar fnps'to
and the Pineapple Plantations
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts.
nno furnished looms, $i per day
nn(l upwards per mouth. Splen-
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELT.. Pron
rirst-Clasi Tamilv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BERQIN, Prop. '
" THE PERFECTION
is found in the
The Restful Machine
Visible Writing x
Hawaiian News Co.,
Ajexander Young Building
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Write cleaner and last longer than
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
BUUItt! BUUKM BOOKM
x BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Repaired, cleaned, and made ns
good as new. All work guaranteed.
Ring up Telephone 10 and we will
do the rest.
WALL. NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Glazed icenic Postcards
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS, CURIO CO.
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard.
1141 Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
Parisian Art Co.
European and Oriental Taney Goods
Armenian Laces hy the Yard
Dressmaker from Paris, Stylish
Oresses, tailor-made specialties. Bca
lonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
AND FLOWER SEEDS
foune RMg. Tel. 830
Trimmed and Untrimmcd Hats.
Boston Bldg. Fort St.
VUU OH RECORDS
BEEGSTROM MUSIC CO,, LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St.
uiwvuiMU itAi JLhAWhita
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Gneoialist,
1154 Fort Street. Onn. Convent.
Honolulu. T. H
!tf. A. Gunst & Co.
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