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1 TQM SIJARP
HONOLULU IRON, W.0RK3
BY V, L. STEVENSON.
. BEST-BOBV BLOWS
UPPERCUT IS CONSIDERED
MOST DEADLY PUNCH
Each Boxer Has Different Ideas on,
Subject Right Cross Is MucH
Used by Pugs.
Which Is tlio most effective punch
known tn modern pugilistic sclcnco?.
Tbts question oainc, up at a rlianca
gathering of sporting notables tho ntior
evening, and when each of thpcu pros
en t hiijd, had his way, tho argulnent re
mained unsettled, Hays W. II. Naugh
Among laymen 11 la lll:o tho old
controversy, tthlch Is tho prittlnst
gray eys, blue, or brown? Th'ero nro
Individual fancies In such matters, nnd
"yo'11 pay jour complmcii'ts and yrjii
takes your tholce."
' If J 011 leave tho huokIIoii or tlio most
effcctlvo punch to a number of promi
nent fighters, there Is likely to bo A
lnng Jury. Each fellow would "boost"
for tho blow Ko loves liest. Stanley
Kctchcl would way. "Tho good old ov
vihnnil swing toppie Ihem nil."
Tommy Dnrns, In vlow of iho hnvoo
It worked to 11111 Hiiulre-i and others,
would hold that tho right crosm Is llm
punch that brings homo tho money.
Jack Johnson says "tlio uppercut for
Hat Nelson would murmur, "Tako
what on like, hut leave me tho half
sclfsors hook," whatever that Is.
Abe Attolt would probably, declare
the straight left hurts more than any
thing. Dob Fltsslmmons would probably
ask time to decldo'wlilch nf hlii favor;
Ho assaults, tho left shift or the solar
picxiiH puncn, wrongm, me, mos injury
to an opponent.
And so on.
Each of these fellows would bo sin
cere In his Ideas, for there nro special
ises In pugilism nln other lines ot
tho thing ) oil llku host.
Looking back across the jeara, It
scorns to tho writer that the old famil
iar right cioss tho crack of tho dex
ter glove which takes n man on tlio
chin, nr maybo a trlflo moro toward
iho car Is tho blow that budding
champions havo been taught to pin
their faith to. The lesson of recent
championships, however. Is that the
right cross Is falling Into disuse. It Is
hard to figure out how such changes
nro worked, but It Is Just possibly
that time, which b always engaged n
healing work, has devised so many
antidotes for the right-cross that our,
modern ring men think it a waste pf
time to wait for openings, and have
turned their thoughts to other methods
Any one who Is In tho habit of at
tending glovo contests must have no
ticed that the average fighter elevates
Jits left shoulder and sinks his chin
directly ho strikes an atlltudo In fropt
pf an adversary. Tio poso has be
come, almost twlernnl, and It Is tho ro-
sult of training camp warnings and
latent "fear of tho dread jlght-crosa.
Otlipr provisions, against visitations
from tho rlgbt'Ciiiss luiyp been de
vised, ami us a consequence, wh)lp ilU
famous punch s 1 11 no danger of be
coming obsoloto, It has been packed
awpy In lavender for tho tlmo being.
Any one doubtlng.thls has only to re
ralj what has happened Ip recent glove
contests pf mngnltudo, nnd.then'a big
white light wlil Illumine the 'argument
Tho right uppercut Is beyond doubt
tho most effectlvo punch known to
modern pugilistic kind.
It is the blow that enabled Ad Wol
feast tn lak'o tho championship away
from Rattling Nelson. It did not'seprl
Nelson to tho floor, but It bruised his
laoe Into an unlovely mass and It sap
ped bis strength.
It was ttiP rlglit.tippcrcut, that scored
fpr Jack Johnspn every time ho faced
a- ring rival, and It was tho right up
percut that mailo Sam Langford the
bogey man of both the middle (ind
heavy weight classes.
Billy Papkevwho Is the typical light
r of tho Amerjcan school, Is at ,hla
bent when using tho lifting punches,
and Joe Clans. In tho clostnc flchta of
flits, career, used his right In uppercut-
ting moro man in any other way.
It Is a punishing blow aud a hard ono
to clrctmiyont and while the wrjtor
bellovcs It figures mqro In prize ring
victories nowadays than nny of tho
other punches, known to tho "noblo
nrt," no attempt s made to claim that
tho uppercut Is pn Innovation,
There was a discussion recently, In
Englnnd ns to "tho Inventor or Intro
ducer or the, upporput" and a Drilsi
critic pointed out Inat tho uppercut
was In use over 100 years ago. Ho
said that when Baniye Ellas, known, as
putch Bam, nnd Caleb Baldwin, "tho
TELLS OF TRIP
HOW TO KEEP
FEET IN CONDITION
Weston Speaks of Methods to Pre
vent Sore Feet Bathes Extrem
ities in Salt and Water.
Edwird Payson Weslop, tho veteran
wnlker who recerllly completed his
long tramp from San IVanclscn to New
York, luu! n few reni.iikH to jnnko to
Iho New York Wurli reporter who
Iniervlpwed him nt (he conclusion of
lil long Journey.
"I lmo made this walk In tho be
half of America, its growing boys nnd
girts. Its people of middle life nnd Its
old people, to whom I wish lo nolnl
out that qxerclso Is, tho best medl,
While, making heso wnllts my feet
do not trouble mo unions I am unfor
tunate, ns I wns last .Wednesday, and
meet with nn nrclilenl, I cat only one
mcaCa day nnd for llu rest tako liquid
refreshments on Iho way milk with
eggs shaken Into It, light cereal pre
potations nnd an nrango nr enko of
chocolate. Thus my stomach Is not
overloaded and 1 feel light on my fectl
I linllto tny feel lit Halt nnd water
nnee or twice n week, when I ennio In
from walking or In tlio morning, and 1
am very careful tn wipe then) llior-
bitghly dry. Also onco or twlco n week
I balho Ihem with a common, extract to
tako out the. feU'r or tnllammatlon.
I wear n whtto sock, thick and soft,
of n kind that I havo worn for years,
but I do not know whero It Is made.
I have often nsked. 1 can pick It out
of n thousand, but nny strong, color
less sock will do.
After I had my heel broken In Eng
land and walked over four hundred
miles with It the peoplo tlicro said I
would not go a week before erysipelas
would set in. nut L know now to care
for my feet and I didn't hnVQ serious
trouble, Twlco a week, when I come
In from walking. I din my feet In wa
ter that Is not cold or warm. About
the temperature of Iho atmosphere Is
right. Afterword I wipe them again
softly and dry them well.
I do not wash them oftenbr than
thnt, unless to keep thorn clean wljen I
havo come. In after a particularly hoi
nnd cliistv duv. I nlwavs keen the
wholo body clem by bathing, aid,the.
Tho shoo Is a very Important part of
walking In fact, tho shoo docs 'tho
walking and tho foot guides It ns It
walks. My shoo4 aro tit Stout leather
and made to lit tno toot perfectly, ami
aro not tho light, holiday footwear ot
the giddy jouths. They nro not heavy,
though, possibly weighing two and a
half pounds each.
I havo two pairs, for they wear out
rapidly In walking across country, nnd
one pair Is "lappdd" every week. On
tho lino ot tho, railroad from Los Ange-
leii In nhtpnirn thn ballast m nf vnlnan.
Ic cinders, which cut tho leather so fast
thnt ono would think he had been
walking over broken, glass.
It s hard to tell a million sore-footed
New Yorkers now to care for their in
dividual feet. Dut'what I have said Is
said and, with commqn sense, may
My own feet nfter n thlrty-flvo nun
drcd mllo walk nro my boat proof-of
tba good In my method,. Aside.. from
my Injured nnk.lo,thoy;aro as per(ec;t
as when I starred and n whoo lot
Prldo of Westminster," fought In Eng
land on August '7, 1804, Baldwin lined
tho uppercut tn advantage, and that
"his upward blows told dreadfully on
Caleb's face." .
In tho faco of thU, the British
sporting writer, says it I? assuranco op
the part of Jack Johnson or Jim Cor
belt to claim a patent on tho uppercut.
Ho Js right.
! Notwithstanding our American Im
, pulviseneBs, most 'of us are patient
ei:nugn 10 wau tor n signt nt iini
ley's comet until It Is visible In the
evening. Indlnnnpolls News.
Alexander & Baldwin, limited.
Notce s hereby 6(yen that a spe
cial meeting ot tho stockholders ot
Alexander & Baldwin, Limited, will
be held at the office of the company,
Stangpnwald building, Honolulu, on
Wednesday, the 25th ,'day of May.
1010, at 3 o'clock p. in., for tjie pur
pose of considering an Increase of the
capital stock of said corporation.
By order of tho 1st Vice-President,
K. n. PAXTON.
1 Secrotary, Alexander & Daldwln,
Honolulu, T. II., May 13, 1910.
W THfc LisTRlCT ..JUKI r 7KB
fcMTED 37ATE3, Vflrt TnS T2IV
P.170RV Or HAWAII.
THR UNITED , BTATK3 OP .AMER
ICA, Flnlnurr, v, wiumaai k.
CASTLE, et alv Defendants,
Action brought tn said District Court,
and tho Petition filed In tho office of
the Clerk of esid District Court, Jn
THFLPnnSIDENT OP TIIK UNITED
STATES OP AMKfllCA-nilKET.
INd, TO: '
WILLIAM H. CASTLE: IDA D. CAB-
TLB. wlfo of WILLIAM II. CABTLR;
WILLIAM II. CASTLE, Trustee; J. D.
JOHNSON, whose full and true narno
Is unknown: UWINI JOHNSON, wiro
of J. D.MOI1NSON. whose full and true
name la unknown; wii.liam u.
ACHI; HANNAH MAUKIIAM;
OEOHOE MAtlKHAM, husband ot
HANNAH MAllKHAM; EDITH MOJt
TON' HENRY C. MOIITON. husband
of EDITH MOItTON; MAUD PFLU
ann: HENIIY O. PFMiaBR. husbnri'i
of MAUD PFLUQEK: YONO AHIN:
SIU SHEE, wlfo ot YONO AHIN; LEE
CHU, Trustee: CUM HOY; LEE CHU.
CI1UNO SHEE, Wiro of LEE CHU; C.
DIN SINQ, whoso full and true narno
Is unknown; WONO SEE, wlfo of O.
DIN SINQ, whose full and Into namo
Is unknown: T. KAT POO, whoso full
and true name Is unknown: LEON,0
SHEE, wlfo of T. KAT POO, whosa
full and true namo s unknown; YBE
CHIN; WONO' SHEE, wlfo of YEE
CHIN; CIIIM SURE; THR WESTERN
and HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT COM
PANY LIMITED, n corporation duly
Incorporated and organized under tho
laws of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain nnd Ireland and having Its Reg
istered, Ofllco at Dundee, Scotland;
VONO YAU; CHOW CHONO TIN;
SHOW DON; NO MINC1 JOKE; KL-
,MER KAPAHULU, ROBERT KAIMU-
KI, CHARLOTTE PALOLO nnd CLA
RA WAIKIKI, unknown heirs at law
ot KAAIHAEMA, deceased; MANUEL!
LEAHI. AUGUSTUS WAIALAB, ED
NA HANAMLT and MARY NIU, un
knows heirs at law of' HOOMOEA
P11.LE (w), deeeascrt; ALFRED PUU
NUI. ANTONIO PAUWELA, EDITH
KEWALO and MALAEA PALAMA.
unknown heirs nt law ot KANANI
MAULOA (w), deceasod; JOHN AIBA,
CHARtES MUNANA, JOD WAIA.U,
EUOENB MOILHLI, VINCENT PA
HOA, CLEMENT KOELB. MIRIAM
LE11UA. RUTH HALE, ELIZABETH
MAKIKI. ABBIE KALUAOLOllE,
LE1LAN1 PUNAWAI, LYDIA MOKU
and EVELYN POO, unknowa owner
Y'ou aro hereby directed to appear,
and answer the Petition In an action
entitled as above) brought against you
in the District Court nt the United
States, in and for the Territory of Ha
waii, within twenty days from and af
ter sorvlco upon you of a certified
copy of Plaintiff's Petition horcln, .to
gether with a certified copy ot this
And you nre hereby notified that
unless you nppcar and answer na
above required, the said Plaintiff will
take Judgment and condemnation ,oC
tho lands described in tho .Petition
herein and for any; other relief Ue-
manded In the Petition.
WITNESS THE HONORABLE A. O.
M. ROBERTSON, on0lot
the Judges ot nld District
Court, this 18th day ot
(Seal) March In the year of our
Lord ono thousand nlno
hundred nnd ten and of
tho Independence of tbo
United States the one.
hundred and thirty-fourth.
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 61, DISTRICT COURT . OB
THE U. S. for the Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES OF.AM.ERICA
vs. WILMAM R. CASTLE, et .al.
SUMMONS. ROBERT W. BP.ECKONS.
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA, )
Territory of Hawaii, )
I, A. E. MURPnY, Clerk of tho DIs
trlet Court of the United States ot
America, In and for tho Territory and
District ot Hawaii, do hereby certify
the foregoing to bo n full, trito and
correct copy of tho original Petition
and Summons In tho case of UNITED
STATES C-F, AMERICA vs. WILLIAM
It. .CASTLE et al., as the samo re
mains of record and on flla In tbo-of-flee
of the Clerk of Bald Court
IN WITNESS WHnEOP, I have here
unto set my hand nnd at
(Seal) fixed the seal ot said DIs-
t'lct Courl this 21st day.
of March, A. D. 1910.
Clerk of United States District Court.
Territory of Hawaii.
Sealed Tenders will nt-nin i. .
celved by.thf S.(ipc;ntendel)t of Pub-
s nur&n mmi -iz ru. ot Monday,
May 23. 1910, for remnrinlii... ihk
cottage at Nuuanu Reservoir No. 4,
ior me reservoir keeper.
Plans,. sneciUcntlann nn,l. n.nnn..i
blanks on, file In the. Department, ot
The Superintendent r n,,i.ii
Works reserves the right to rejoct
npy ur 1111 uiiiB.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, May' 11, 1010.
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