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EyeRJO BtrUtTlM, HOOt, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 2?, 1910. .
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BY V. I. STEVENSON
BIG FIGHT DOPE
AND SOME NOTES
, Cno of the letters of advice re- tlnue If Johnson comes out on ton.
riieu uy jennes recently, ana line, If Jeffrie Is the victor the men of
J1 . other champions liefore him lie my color will rnngrntiiliitt! inn for
JjJ;l Irinrk for tho advice ami warn- being on lln winning Hlile." '
llis of nil kinds of crnnlis, told him This Is strange philosophy, but It
jiii wns loousn io employ me colored is nob's, nnd he Is really a thinking
rrt11tD tint. A .......... -- ... - l-ll- .. ..
Vi' " ""'J""'"B( " - ii'iinw, ho hiok occasion to point
ISlnnt trainer, say W. V. Naugh.
Jeff was reminded that his nffalr
jWtth Johnson Is to be a clash of lhe
races and that It was decidedly tin-
Jfwlso to have a negro associated with
him during his time of preparation!
It was pointed out that It would be
the easiest thing In the world for
Armstrong to administer some drug
to Jeffries when the date of the fight
mvub closo at hand and thug spoil the
g white man's chances of victory.
"Jeffries laughed1 at tho communl
; canon ana consigned it to the jitter
Mieap whero hundreds of other.
i ornnu iqiiers" already repose. -Tlio
idea that' faithful Bob Armstrong
.would try to work him any Injury
Dimply amused him.
t While at Jeffries' camp at Row-
,nrdennan. recently the writer had--
Ifi&at'wlth Armstrong and the .eub-
'gect of tho letter of warning .came
"P- . V "
Clash of tho .races be hanged,"
paid Bob. "I am' a colored man and
'nm always proud of a colored man's
bucccis, but helping to train, .pugi
lists Is my business and I should be
allowed to take my wares the', best
Market. I am with Jeffries from In
clination because I have trained
'With, him many times before and he
lias always treated me as a man
should be treated. I can't say as
riiuch for Johnson, but even that's
nut mo poini. Any man wno earns
tils living the way. I do alms to work
on the wlnnlne nfde If he run mnn
age it. Now, I have studied this
filing out and' I am as sure as the
daylight that Jeffries Is going to de
feat Johnson. That's why I Jumped
'at the chance to go with Jeffries
.when ho asked me."
Asked how he thoight his decR
slon would affect his standing wltn
pien.pt, his own race, nob said:
"if jounson wins I'll be a Joke
nmong the colored people. They WJlf IDnarV. 2you can't stop him nnd.you
bavethe laugh on me. If Jeffries
twins it win doosi mo. What I mean
IfU thothe race feeling will only con
out, that In his career ns s'parrlng
partner he often found himself op
posed to a man In one contest and
working on his side In another. Kor
Instance,, ho' helped 'to train Fits..
Simmons to fight Sharkey nt Cone
Island, whereas he' was with Shar
key when Sharkey trained to fight
Jeffries at the same arena. After
that he bcame a member of Jef
fries' staff nnd helped Jeffries to get
ready for Jim Corbett, Ous Kuhlln
and one or two others. (Jut here, in
Sani Francis o, Armstrong trained
Kelchel to box I'apke, and his next
engagement consisted of training
Johnson to box Ketchel. Now he Is
with Jeffries, who Is preparing for.
. .Armstrong btlleves that the John;
son-Jeffries flght will not last, over a
dozen rounds. He shakes his head
in ahalf-mournful way, and says
wlthalj 4h.eserlomncs.s n't Tils com
nrondiSS 'i - " '" "
"Thls 1nri". Johnson "hasn't npy
conceptlou' ot whatr ho will have
standing before him when he faces
Jeffries,... He will soon discover that
he never Jn all his life wbb opposed
folinchagh'tln'g' machine. I like to
think before I speak, and 1 must "say
right now that Jeffries is ns good as
he ever was during my connection
with him. I won't say that he is
better. Ho Isn't any better and lie,"
uucbii i neeu to ue uetter. l am get
ting old in the, service myself, and
many people migm minx mat i over
estimate Jeffries' strength In conse
quence. Nothing of the" kind. J
have 'Just sized Mr. Jim tip and he
hasn't lost anything lu the fighting
line mat lie ever possessed. I can
JusUsceJilm-startlng out like a steam
engine and carrying everything be-
Xor3ElrdiDhn$Jf-I. H right at
oio.'King anu delivering punches
when, he Is pitted, against, an ordj-
ua.naJ.er! "ul Jenei is extraor
low while I am not 50. sure about
Johr.ron. " ' " "
"I don't say that rny Judzraeat Is
Lbettex. thla-anjcone. eJfe.'ij,,or,.((i.r.th!vt
matter, quite as good, hut I hare
traveled and trained with both. -Jef-fries
and j6h,tuoti, juid thai Is the
way the thing looks to me," added
As Armstrong remarks, his opin
ions may not carry any great weight
nnd may prove to be entirely wrong,
hut for the r.eason he advances, the
fact that ' he 'lias ' been in training
campB with both the champion dis
putants, what ho ha to' say Is to
some extent Interesting.
"Do you think It required the com
ing out of retirement of Jim Jeffries
to stop Johnson's gallop?" asked or
"No, sir," Bald Bob, with a qulclj
toss of( the, head. "I think Sam
lj-ancford will take, Johnson's meas
ure if he Is ever given a chance."
As a sensational fighter, Sam
Langford seems to hold as high a
place In public opinion ns Stanley
Ketrhell did a year or two ago. It
'J ' 4. Ill M I- '.-J. .1... t --. .
u uvneveu, in luri, 11111L j,nui;iijr(l in
a fit opponent for any man living,
and If he were to he Jnrk Johnson's
opponent' In the coming' champion
ship, It is highly doubtful It,' John
son would be the favorite In the bet
The man who addresses queries; to
.wA ia wsisstt -k& Tahiti
was at. i.u Dtri. TM3 11 the' 01.1
.thl.n. qf, .Uylnjt ta corflpati; flghtw
of different generations, and as there
Is no way of reaching a satisfactory
decision In the matter, it Is little use
arguing in the, connection.
Lahgfdrd, "like Wolcoil, Ig nn'
adept at handling men 'lilgger Jjhan"
himself. 11 e showed this In his re?
cent fights with I.nyhri"nnd Il.irry.
When Ilarry and langford met In
the clinches It could be readily seen
how far the white man overmatch
ed the negro In strength. Harry
bent Langford like a re,ed, and coulu
have thrown him "clear over tiio
ropes, had he1 dared to exert Uc !
power Ih that dl'r'e.'tlon. Once free
from entanglements, however. I.ang
ford had Harry 'mastered nt ev'erv
other nnijie ot Ihq game.
mere wns consiacfaijle betting on
narrg ahlllty tri stay t.en rounds
with Langd. and It miist be Mid
that no "ten-round, mQney" ever had
such a narrow, escape. in die tenth
round Harry 'was knocked down,
twice, and was In a very bad way.
He arose, from,, the nerond. knock-
dqwn ns the, timekeeper counted,
eigni, nnn. nernro langrord coulrt'
Jump nt him, the bell rang for cor
ners. Harry was, dated at the time,
and If the end of the round had been
a half minute distant" the Iingford
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Prohibitionists Make :
A Wrong Diagnosis
the sporting editor Is busying him- bunch' would have cleaned up on tho
self Just now propounding questions, ten-round betting.
Tho von Hamm-Young garage re- The Volcano Stables. Illlo. mir.
ports a very- husy week and their truv- chased an E. K. M. car. and It was
'ellng representative, Mr. Rchocnlng 'shipped to them last week. An
'who is on Maul, has been ga'therlhf-Jn other K. V,, M. was told to n Japan?
tne orncrs at a grcai rate, lie spin e, wno is going 10 use 11 in me.
a model d huick tq T. Kochl, of the' rent service, tp and from walma-
Valley Island, and a Cndlilne Touring nalo. A Mitchell runnbout was sold
to tho Hawaljan Klectrl- Co., and a
Ford to AntonOj Dlrlp of Walluku,
cartUhuri him, and what counts
raorertlrarc a gpod many things with
Hugir-Know jenries 10 be a game, fel-
SERVICE COMMENCINO MAY 30, 1910
H0N0IU1U POWER WAGON CO, will (rive a regular
tally service (Sunday included) with its ieht-ieeiiu? can.
j$T tartinp from, and returning to, the PROMOTION COM-'i-Ji
MITXEE HEADQUARTERS, Bishon . Street (Young Hotel,
' BuiUing), under the following itinerary' (weather permit-
ikONDAY, 10 A. M'. NUUANU PA1I.
JM0NDA7, 3:30 P. M. ; . . . .M0AAJ'H' FaTl SHA-EH. and
TUESDAY, 10 A. M l ST D
g, JtbAU, ana WAIK1KI,
TUESDAY, 3:30 P. M COLLEGE HULa-and Vicinity.
WEDNESDAY 10 A. M PUNCHBOWL, Complete Circuit.
WEDNESDAY. 3:30 P. M...MAKIKI DISTRJGTi
, IHURBDAY, 10 A, M $$ PAHK "$' iEACH
THURSDAY, 3:30 P. M....NUUANU. PALI.
1 rilDAY, 10 A. M M0ASAI. TOET raA11 Bnd
FRIDAY, 3:30 P. M...v.
SATURDAY, 10 A. M...
SATURDAY, 3:30 P. M...
..COUNTRY CLUB and.NUUANU.
.COLLEGE HILLS-and PUNAHOU,
KAIMUKI around, DIAMOND HEAD
.SUNDAY, 8:30 A. M NUUANU PALI.
SUNDAY, 10 A. M.
KAIMUKI around. DIAMOND HEAD
and WAIKIKI. '
SUNDAY, 1 :30 P. M NUUANU PALI.
SUNDAY, 3:30 P, M.
KAIMUKI around. DIAMOND HEAD
' A charge of One Dollar for each passeneer will be made, for
any of the above trips, which will occupy about one and one-half
hours tacn, 1
t. Jr'or further particulars, apply, to ,th.e, HAWAII' PROMOTION.
A. (COMMITTEE, YOUNG HOTEL BUILDING.
-l K. --
car was shipped, to n iiromjnent bus!-
hubs iuuu uiruig tne wcck.
Many enquiries, nic bilnp, made,
aboii i the Overlarjdj car, a1)' that, pop
ular machine Is being shippe.d tq.dK-
rcrcnt. country districts M ranWly as
,the factory, can land them In Hawaii.
The Volcanq Stables, Hlo, net, as
agents for tho, vnn.llninnYflung. Oar
ago on Hawaii, and M.iinuer Wright
.reports that business Is brisk and
Ithat the cars handled by. hlB company
iarp going oil fast. An Overland car
was shipped to the Volcano stables
this week, and it, will, bo' used In tho
I A big shipment ofy Qadltlaca Is ex
pected to reach the von Hamm-Young
The iocomqhlle '! Just as popular
as ever, anil one' of these, beautiful
cars was sodt to W. 11, Hlce of Ka
uai. These machines are noted for
their smoqth-runnlng. action, an'J
many, people, swear, by, them.
The Flanders car Is Biire to be,
corao popular In, Hawaii, and a lot.
jof, people who thought thry never
could own an automobile nave de
cided to Invest In one of the, gars.
Tho Rambler Is a car that Is well
known on, tho mainland and It, Is be
ing Introduced to Hawaii by II. A.
Wilder, .who has the ngency for the
T is riot drinking that- is abhorrent. It is-over-drinking.
What you good proh.ib.i-
tio,nists want to do is to pass and en
force a law against; ckunkenaess. If you can
en.fojrce a prohibition law you surely can ' en
force the otheij.
Because a banker becomes dishonest shall
we abolish the banking law; or because a judge
renders a partial verdict are all judges scoun
drels ? If orie fellow fills up on bad whiskey
should 99 respectable citizens be compelled to
abstain for their life-time from moderate use
of a healthful beverage? Shall, we close all the
churches, 'because one minister of the gospel
ran away with the young wj.fe. ?f one of his
Never ! '."
They're all in the same category. . "
Now thinjk, reasonable men, think.
garage In the near future, nnd tho
popular machines are nearly ul! sold'flno machine.
1 . JL . 3 .
10 arrive, ino uakcr electric Is also Thero has been a big demand for
bumi, uruuK, una aunng ino weeK tho cars ami many, have been sold In
one was sold to Miss Dorothy, Hart;. Honolulu. Quite a number have been
-wen, uaugnier or tnier Justice Hart-
Tho, Associated- garage, has been, a
,sceno, of activity, lately, anl the. Hud
son ifiu model, bag contributed Its
part to ilvening things. In' the automo
bile line. The, beautiful little roa-
chines are,,to be. Been everywhere now
adays, and tho ,1910. model is: pra&
tlcally tho. samo as the 19U will he.
The 19ip models.haVo been kopt go-
lOK, to compete with tho great. rusH
that. has, set. In for the cars.
1 Tho PJerca Arrow, pooplo are put
ting a cartnat casts 18000 on tho mar
ket; and ills said'to'bo aboiittho'most1
luxurious" machine that hoa'becn seen;
on, tha mainland, The' car Is designed
sjficuy lor touring, nnd It has reccpt
Bold to arrive nnd the factory Is ship
ping tho cars as .quickly as possible,
The cnginejn this car Is a beauty, and
a very ppweriui type,
In the, early stages of the automo-
.bile Industry the tendency wa8 to
manufacture motors of a. small
stroke; for many years, even, fac-
itorles wefe t limine out motor nslnir
, , .-..-.. .
ithe.same measurement for, the. bore
IflTlfl B,lAlA kilt II ...no ....nlll.l.
p.. axyn. u,u7 -, wan jici bCJJllMU,
xnai inese motors, were no,t me:hnni
- JJrst ofall,, Ihpy wereounijl tflbe
iu.uumy, Qwing io,meir great speed;
much fuel, was required ou, account
of the friction, and gr'e&t, jpw of.
power in relation to tbe number of
explosions a minute. Irfhc'rnipre,
acies ror trunks and boggago that-.ki .. ... .'.jrv-
pie. in tho, car there Is folding lav- iuiiiV. nrt ;'' ' u, .I..a
atorywlth, over convenience, and the, i To- , ZZ Z XZZZ
turn shine of tho whoin nntnt 1. n. .....- J . -. .-'-- .7 jr-
Vhtn .-j... ; ,, , , -T -""f"-r,iso aecreasea in.a great projwrtion.
tlng wonderful, lljnplulir.has mny, "lt,haB,beep,fpundM'cpnstant.prac
high-priced machines .and,, there ,ls not tlse v,jlh. motbrs. that, to have' an
rnuch doubt, that., ono, of the. 1'ierco, easy running car tho gears noise-'
Arrow infant. will hAfnn ! 1.- !,' '. .. ' ,'.'' '.- WT. ' ..."
ih ,r ,V.,fv'"'su,5'" ",, "jeii ies anu ine eiillf cliasls, wllout
pn tbo Honolulu Blrpe.ts. The A380-
Hjra is .nayanng the car,
. Manager Hall of, tho "Associated (Jar.
age, Is arranging' a wlndowdlsnliv
,!hat will attract, the attentfon of 'all
ffB PcSPie,w,no, pass, along. Merchant
Btrepjilij future. Auto altlngg ofall
.xmds, will bo displayed, and", among
the handy things Is a tiro trunlf thnt
1,1s Inside, the, sbafo. tlrcs-.and , which
WSU'.'!, bP. haply ox: any.liilng,'spbc(i
pmeters, clocks, lamps, generators and
omer necessary articles will b on
ylew and the Bhow will bo a very In-
vjjjratlon, the, motor at lts'.fjili.pow
er must not .expeed, from tjvelye. to
fourteen humlred. revolutions a mlu
ute. . If the motor Is. riinnlne at. a
higher; rate of revolutions n. minute
It. Will bo found that- tho Inconve
nience, as already 'stated, will be. uu
barables . Thq, longor,tbe stroko, of a; motor,
thft-morctsurmlenwa it,. gJvejtplt-
tba(, Is, the' engine Is susceptible ,of
glv,tng more power at- 'Blow speed,
and In thlsroannr doing, away with
the, change' at speeds and allowjng
fJW "p'iy Mi;.'1 , ','-
From, what, hnsvalready, been,', slat
ed It will be found that there' Is a
The 1911 models of tho Chalmers B0
are already being asked, fni- nn.i 1,1
f-ueh for the cars Is expected. 1 benefit of having 'the longest stroke
1 puoaiuiv, umi, ui i,ne same nine j.n,e
The Sohuman Oarage renorti that ,ejiglne..wlll hayetp glye.lts.fuJlPQw-
there has been a brisk Inquiry f'pf er" " " faelghbarhoodot-.tfVelyeMo
jne rianaejs cars, and that, the lowj
priced machine Is causlpg, a u'on'sas
tlon. A demonstrating car Is In
town, and It Is attracting, aMot of
attention. The Flanders a verj:
well finished, and' has nianv nt I ho
fittings onjy, seepdn. h)gh-jr.ce cftrf
tne Hcnuman uarago lias sold a
lot nt niflrhlnAB Inloltp nn If.,. fl-
Uhell car Is going strong. J. H. Mc-
Kenzle purchased one this week, and
'tie Is delighted with tho mountain-
climbing capabilities of tbp car, A
Ford has been sold to jyTt VJIll.ams
If of Wolaluai and(, the car Is. glylngWn,a,car'wlIl,be obtalnedar-y. .having
. everi't satlBfac'tldn. ' '"" ''-'"''"Hhe'ionBCJt'poTslble'lstrOUo'mbto'r. ',''
fourteen huhdred revolution. a
In, 'carefully constructing a motor,
in studying rol.nu'tojy' all' the vital
parts, valves,, plYton's, etc., It has
bcen foundthat ll Is possible, to.es
tah)lsh fi type of mptor,'w'ltha Va
tlyely long 'stroke, If sufficient care
Is attached to lhe workmanship; this
motor will have all, the qualities de
sired. To conclude the foregoing, stater
meiit, nj.1 elftu. down tp. the one
point, tba the greatest, advantage
covered with dirt. Wipe. It often. luscd to facilitate, the handling , of
On top of a record of 2,500. miles Don't let in the clutch suddenly. orders by telegraph as well as by
In tho rough nnd tumble service ot Donjt hurry when operating the.mnll. Tljo book presentstho code M
a California Oil Company, a Cadlli car and. gear ahiner lever.
lac Thirty -recently made a trip o Don't nllow motor to kiuck by
ISO miles that was remarkable for reason of having the spark' lever nd-
the condltlbns encountered. A heavy, vanced too far ahead 011 heavy
rain fell during the entire run and. grndes or, when pulling a heavy load,
time afjer time the men. took des- The dllver will, however. And It
perate 'chances In driving, the enr best to, keep li(s spark; adnmced
down mountan soft with mud aiul. where the pull Is slight as tne motor
over roaas mat were veritable 1 warns cooier uuu uses ies bw.
streams of water.
The trip was., frpm Maricopa to
Los Angeles, the party first! strik
ing out Into the deserti to the foot
of. trejon Pass. The .open country.
,- me ruan uuu irejon was readi
ed at duik, In spite of, the, deep , Baud
nnd adobo that wero encountered.
In descending, tho. heavy mountalry
fciuut-p IKHIIUU UUU IVUirr, ll;0 CUUIUtt
Dr topes wero used; audi this, CadlU
lac is eald to be the first car ever
!:nti down Ncwhall pass without
J such auxiliaries. Several times in
the San Francisco Canyon the car
slid dangerously near tho edge of
.h,e, road, where t'ie. going, over ot
one wlecl would, have, mea'pt a thou
sand foot plunge, lujo tbo valley be-
m, ' ' -
qurlng the, year that tho, car' hps
been In. use. It has, been on tho go
continuously, over'roadg and, over tjieJ
j.,.m .yuiut (,c(U BUCJ1, U CUUIBP.
pieant th cutting off of miles.
,. "This car has been given, faithful
(service our(pg tpe. last sjx, weeks,"
Bald, Frank. Terry, the driver. In Ua,
Angeles. '"Tlic oil excitement has
Kept (he machine gping night and
imy, t pis, pas tneani n, continual
hammering, and certainly that kind
bf work, brings out,Vhnt. Is good In
The, Hu,ds?.n.. Mptof, Car Company
wll' publish" shortly' n more,"c'om
blete book for the 'benefit' of ,uorB of
Hudson car b.
Owners of Hudson cars and Hud
son dealers are much Interested In an
Advance Parts, Price and Instruction'
book which Is being issued, by the,
Hudson Motor Car Cpmpany. This
Is only part of a, complete volume
word, the factory number, descrip
tion of part, number, used on the
car, and the price.
I It, lg generously Illustrated with
pliototftaphR and. drawings ot actual
parts. Transmissions, axles, motors,
and. steering gear havq al been dis
sembled and the groups photograph
ed. These photographs have been
Hncd wltp., arrows, applying, to .the
Various 'pieces. The arrow termi
nates with a code word, so that a
persou not familiar with motor car
terms can find a part on tbe Illustra
tion nnd Immediately a code word Is
Indicated, thus, making his ordering
of partu a very' simple matter. The
book covers. all models' ot cars up to
date and Includes, any minor changes
Which ,ha,ye. ben made. '.
V, H. Trego, manager ot the ln-
which will be published subsequently,
The Instruction book Is to familiarize spectlou and technical divisions of
users with every detail of the Hudson tho Hudson Motor Car Company, Is
car, down to the finest point, in. aut),or ot this little book. He was for-
many $v(iyB the, book Is unusually
unique and comprehensive, Dealers
report that they have, found l excep
tionally convenient rind Instructive.
In placing of,uBlug jiurnberp. f or .the
various parts, code words have been.
merly secretary of the Chicago Motor
Club, nnd was manager ot several
large contest events, among them
beltig the Crown Point races.
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M-DULLETIN .ADS PAY-MB
Amateur motorists are itndlus
much valuable Information In a IbU
of ten "Don'ts" which the Hudson
Motor Car Company has prepared, I(
lg contained In the Advance Instruc
tion Dook which the Hudson Coth-
pany,,.ls publishing for. tho benefit of,
Users, of Us cars; 1
Don't race tho onglhe. H you ro-j
leaso tho dutch thn onelnn will run!
away. CIosu the thrnittn v,. .v,
abiiEo the motpr vorse than byJ
nllmi,li.' I in ........ -I ...l . . .4
, Don't advance, the spark lever,
Ppn;t Bhlft the gears without first
releasing the clutch.
Don't 'apply- the, brakes hard exi
cept In an emergency.
Don't start, before Becluc tn the.'
Guuuiiiiu, uii mm water.
Don't tear the motor io pieces. IjOv
cate the. trouble first. '
,,D0u't ibHqw th"e machinery (o,bai
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