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HOW JEFFRIES AND
4tC'',''R$f the big
In light i)
ma trniniiiRqulfWM oriiM'twii men
event of mbderii "jctus will lx lend
well known jjjWHonohilu people, mill
story nliont Johiisbi: noV' undisputed
In Juclt's own sty?d: ,
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By Jack Ocniham,
JOHNSONS TltAININU CAMP.
HICK'S HKSOHT, Jtl'MO. Ncv., Jiinn
27. The crowd th.il watched John
pon work out this afternoon was by
fur tlio must serious jot. On Satur
day ocrbody canio out Just to havo
a look at the , hamplon anil kco how
ho had stood Ills Journey and the
trouble with t.lttlo; jcatcrday most
of tint people wcro Just out for an
aftcriioon'H ple.isuic. but today tlio
ring wan surioutiilcil by solemn ejed
ex put Is, who were Intent on forming
an opinion n lo the champion's true
condition, "ml reporting tliu mine
all over Ilia world.
Not only writers, hilt famous
sporting men wcro at tho ringside,
and Johnson, apparently conscious of
this, put more life and go Into his
work than ho dins done so far. Ho
tiled his feci much more than jes
tcrdny, and gave, altogether, a very
lively exhibition of ten rounds or
He went tho usual four rounds
with Al Kaufman, then four more
with Walter Monohan, who, game ns
ever .kept coining back for moro all
through tho bout, ending with two
faijt rounds with Dave .Mills. In
spile of the realization that ho was
being closely observed. Johnson
lould not keep his bAbbllng good
humor under full lontrnl. Especial
ly was this the caso when boxing
with Monohnn. The lattcr's face was
bloody from a cut lip, and he was
dancing n round In n vain endeavor
to reach Johnson's face.
Johnson Jests With Farthers.
"Oh, you, Adeline Gone," salt) the
champion within grin, nnd his vic
tim could not help but laugh him
self. Later, when the last round was
nearly over, Johnson assumed the
ludicrous expression of an angry
child, and, raising his arms above
his head, struck down nwkwardly,
missing Ills man purposely every
time. With jocular asides, nil made
In such n way ns- to appeal Irresist
ibly to the risibilities of the specta
tors, the big negro so enlivened his
boxing that even tho staid nldtlm-
MYJPWof MY LIFE
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lyndteat. Copyright In Ctnsdt and
Orcit Britain. All rlshtt reitrvtd.
t BEAT SOME EASY ONES AND DRAW
- A B soon as the big fight at Carson
f wi all over Corbett was rush
XjL el on to San Francisco on a
special train. They had Intend
ed to get him there In time for a big
reception, but that was all off, of
The snow began to fall again In the
fternoon. Without waiting to see the
othtr flfbts that were to go on at 2
o'clock Charlie White and I left the!
" I KNOCKED .VAN BUBKlItK OUT WITH MT LEFT.
arena and went for a long walk
throat! th back streets of Carson.
We were half stunned by the unex
pectedness of It all.
Charlie White and I walked down
the street and around corners for a
. lotyt time without saying- a word. I
tuMaknlnklns the flint over round by;1
PT ', ."
IN THEIR CAMPS
(lRlit, the following' .stories from
who tiidK-'iiart -In tin? greatest
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with Interest, Mack Deushiim Is
he has m.inyilenrts,lie(js' "Is
champion of the Voftdnttwnflcn
crs Johied In t lie general laugh,
Thp gcneinl Impression made was
good. It Is tine that nobody com.
mltted himself so far as to say that
he thought Jnhuron was a sure win
ner, or nn thing near such a state
ment, but, carefully weighed ns all
opinions fur publication were. It
could be seen that those expressing
them were perhaps n trlflo surprised
at tho ghowlng tho champion Is
John I,. Sullivan was lion commit
tal. He s.ilil: "With llglit sparring
parlucis, such ns ato working with
Johnrou, It Is impojslbte to form any
definite opinion. These fellows are
playthings for him, and tho work
today Is no criterion of what ma'
bo expected In tho ring. Johnson
secniH In fairly good trim, howovor,.
and he Is terlalnly working happily
and without any forcing."
What Coffroth Said.
Jimmy ('nfTrutli said: "JohUbon Is
a trlflo high In flesh, nnd for that
reason, perhaps, ho appeared rather
Btugglsh to me. Still, I ejinsco Jef
fries missing the hlg negro by two
feet mid Johnson Jabbing the white
man alt over the ring, Hut I can
not kco where Jcrfrles Is going to
be hurt hy this. Johnson certainly
appears to he making n pleasure of
his training, and that always counts
Tlv Krcllng said: "Johnson looks
very good to me. He Is certainly
shaping up well, and I was quite
surprised to see how little the
change of altltudo had affected him. '
Jack Iloot, who arrived yesterday
fiom Chicago, said: '"Johnson Has a
little too much Mesh on him, but he
has' plenty of time in which to re
duce all the unhealthy excess of tat
before the fight. He will dry out
quickly In this dry air and I look for
him to be In tip-top condition when
he enters tho ring."
Among the other prominent sport
ing authorities who watched tho
work-out and who all seemed to like
the wav In which Johnson is round
ing lulo shape, wcro Juck McAullffe
Hat Musterson, Sandy Urlswold, Lew
rVH j ft'
round. A tor awhllo I stopped and
"Charlie, nre those two really great
"My boy," said White, "today you
have seen the two greatest men that
ever met In a ring."
I stopped to think that over, bnt 1
didn't feel convinced.
"Do you think they're so great?" t
"I've followed the game since I was
a boy," said White, "and these,two are
the best men I've ever seen." ,
"Then I'm going to be champion of
the world." I said. "1 can beat elthtr
1 of them, and I know It,
I might not want to write th' down
here If It wasn't so easy to prove that
It wasn't conceit that made me say It
I made good. I beat tbem both.
I was going bsck to Ban Francisco
light heartedly enough, for I bad a
fight on hand myself, The match with
Van Busklrk bad been signed up
ajaln. BUly Deliney bad plenty of!
x -.sn ir s jr rs r
Jones, Ad Wotgast's manager; Ilex
Bea,h and Jack London.
IlKNO (New). June, 27. There was
boxing In plenty .at both camps to.
day1, nnd thnso ,of tlio war correspon
dent who wore' so unfortunate as .to
miss" the morning session of eloven
rounds by Jeffries had an opportun
ity lo see the black champion In ac
tion during the afternoon. Iloth men
wnrkt'd-'Otil In good shape, and as. n
result or seeing the two heavyweights
on the s.mio day tho skilled sporting
writers of tho country nro moro In
a quandary than ever ns to what will
happen on tho Fourth of July.
Jeffries put one over on not only
the spectators, hut many of tho news
paper nicn. To few of tho fortuu
ate'thc nord was passed that it would
bp wiirth their whllo to I6 at tho
.Mojim Springs camp bright and early
this morning. And thoio few saw
Jeffries do what was practically bis
first, (Mixing since ho has struck tho
Nevada country. Not only was It his
Initial iierformauco. but It was hard
work, nnd tho small gathering had
profound, rcsptct for the big mnn'
when the session camo to n close.
Klnled hy the fact that there wns
n small crowd present when ho elect
ed tir dp his work, JTfrles put snap
nnd ginger Into the performence that
was. surprising, There was, notliliiit-l
on (he piogrnmme outside the cloven
rounds of boxing and somn wrestling
nnd tugging with Farmer I) urns, but
that wag quite sufficient.
Starts With Armstrong. r
llo started out with threo rounds
with Hob Armstrong, nnd then Sum
llcrgor nnd Joo Choynskl alternated
for flvo rounds. The second round
with Merger wns the sensational fea
ture of tho early morning session.
Jeff brought n pon erf ul right to tho
stomach that carried llergor to his
knees, nnd would havo dropped tho
San Franciscan but for Jeffries hold
ing hi in up. Sam mndo a piny for
more boxing nftor thnt episode, but
Jeff stalled him off to the very close,
when ho handled Sam in easy fashion
for an additional round of the work.
Thero wns no question as to. tho- pow
er behind Jeffries punch nnd the fact
thnt it hurt llergor, At thp same
tlmo it enn ho said 'of Merger that
he gavo Jeffries tho best work of the.
morning. Corbett for two rounds nnd
Merger for another round closed tho
The trainers thought that was an
end to tho session nnd started to go
"Nix." said Jeff, "I'm not through
vet. Conwi on .lack." to Ills hrothcr.
!"No," he changed his mind, "Farmer
I Mums has been doing a lot of talk
Mug about how good he feels. I'll
take, him Instead."
time to attend to my affairs, so he be
came my manager. The Van Dunkirk
fight was dated for April 0. three
weeks after Corbett and Fltzslmmons.
1 remember, the Van Ilusklrk.tflgbt
for one thing that still strikes me as a
good JnLe. Whent I went over to the
pavilion thnt night with Hilly Delnney
the only thing that worried me was
the Idea that the fight might go twen
ty rounds and I might miss the last
boat .back to Oakland and lose a good
night's sleep. 1 made up my mind to
finish Van as, quickly as I could and
try to get the U;45 Narrow Gauge
home, which would land me only a
couple of blocks from the house before
Dut In the dressing room I noticed
that Delaney was fidgety. He bad a
face f yard long.
"I'll bet you an oyster loaf, Dllly,"
I said, "that I get this fellow Inside
of six rounds."
Well, to get down to business, we
fere called nut at last, and I met Van
Duiktrk face to face In the ring. I
shoved htm about a little as we came
together and then began punching htm
around the ring. It can't hare been
much of a fight, for the only .thing I
remember Is tbat In the second round
I thought 1 might as well finish hlm
and start for that boat, so I walked
Into Mr. Van Uusklrk and slipped my
favorite left hand body punch Into Mi
middle and knocked him out, Hilly
Delaney bought the oyster loaf.
As Van Dunkirk had been amateur
champion of the Pacific coast and had
beaten a number of hearywelghta In
professional fights, he was regarded as
the coast champion, and that title now
came to me. I was left In undisturbed
possession of the field but for a heavy
weight from the cast. He was Henry
Baker, and we were matched to fight
on May 10, a month and ten days after
my scrap with Van Uusklrk.
This Baker was a real fighter. He
hailed from the stockyards In Chicago,
where he was known as "Slaughter
House Baker," He had done a lot of
good fighting all over the east, how
ever, and Ji- before coming to Cali
fornia bad beaten the great Dan Cree
don, So there was some credit In
The Baker fight was held In Wood
ward's pavilion In San Francisco. It
was a curious thing that two coming
world's champions fought tbat nlglii
Joe Oans and myself. Cant wu
Roadwork and Doxlng.w,
And tho Farmer had to 'stand for
two rounds of hard work as n result
of his Indiscreet remarks. In tho
future, according to Sani llcrgor, Jef
fries will , confine Jils work lo short
dashes on tho road and boxing. There
will he no more skipping tho rope
or .other exoiclslng than tho work on
tho road nnd tho boxing will glyo
htm. In nil probability tho retired
champion will continue his work tin
til Saturday, when ho will lay off
for a short test until the fight takes'
Jack Johnson woiked this afternoon
before tho most critical audience that
has watched him since he has come
to Nevada, and hy critical ntidlcnco I
moan on a composed of men who
have followed tho boxing gamo all
thotr Ihes and are ucll informed ns
The working wns far faster than
that of Sunday, although, even with
all that, it was not a hard iierform
nnco for the giant from Texas. He
took Al Kaufman on for four rounds,
then hlowed Waller Monahan up for
four rounds, and concluded with two
rounds against D.ivo Mills. Tlio clos
ing round with .Monahan furnished, a
laugh for tho crowd that was seated
about t ha 'open air ring. Johnson pro1
tended that he was groggy and prov
ed himself n good nctur nt tho gamo.
Wind Not So Good.
Thero Ib hut ono criticism that can
bo niado ngalnst the performances of
Johnson. His wind Is not ns good
ns it was1 at tlio tea level, and in
this" respect Jeffries niny have n de
cided' ndvnnlagc ocr tho black. It
has, been explained that Jeffries has
''ecu doing his training In the Santa
Cruz mountains, nnd. further, that
more or less, nil his life ho has hunt
ed and tramped through tho moun
tains, until It Is an easier matter for
htm to work In the high altitude of
Mono. A,t tho samo tlmo It Is stated
by many who nro familiar with con
ditions that another week In this sec
Hon will have accustomed Johnson to
tho changes, so that It will not dis
tress him to work In tho ring. Thero
was n more or less mysterious con
ference at the Hotel Ooldcn this morn
ing between Tex Ulckard and John
son that 5ct tho newspaper colony
on Its cars, but all tho digging In
tho world couldn't discover anything
moro than n well defined rumor that
Johnson' wanted lo borrow some mo
ney, and for that reason visited the
Believe It Was a Touch.
It was the first visit of tho cham
pion to Ilciio slnco ho has been es
tablished al Hick's resort, and an hour
or so before he arrived In an auto
mobile. It was rPKrteil that Johnson
was to visit Ittckard. Tho confer
enco didn't .last more than a quarteruioon.
matched to fight Mike Leonard twen
ty rounds. Onus and Leonard went
on first. Oans won tho decision. '
But to go back to Baker. I must
say that the stockyards champion gave
me good, hard' work to dn. Ill the
ninth round 1 got' htm. 1 hooked my
left Into his body and lifted him up
in thu air a couple lit feet. Then 1
knocked him out with a left hand
punch on the Jaw, Baker was as
game a man aa I bad ever met.
Gus Dublin's manager, Billy Mad
den, was at the ringside on the night
I boxed Baker. He bad Just arrived
on the coast . Ith ltuhlln and Steve
O'Donnell. Before the contest Mad
den Jumped Into the ring and chal
lenged the winner for Bublln. He
wanted to make the cballengo sound
good, ard on the spur of the moment
bb called Ons "the Akron gtant." The
name made a bit with the crowd, and
It stuck to ltuhlln from that time on.
Douglas White of San Francisco,
who was Interested In boxing then,
old Bir.lT jonnArr was iustkr or
went to Madden and asked hlm If be
thought nuhllu could stay three
rounds with me,
"Stay three rounds!", exclaimed Mnd
den. "Yes, and he'll lick Jeffries too."
"Oh, don't give me tbat stall!" said
"You can make the winner's and Ins,
er"s end whatever you like," said Mad
That convinced White. I'e hn.il "ill
readv asked Delaney, and now he sign
ed rtuhlln up, and the match was on
for July 10 st. the Mechanics' pavilion,
then the most famous arena In the
According to the articles, rtuhlln was
to get $2,000 Ifhe beat me and 500 If
Iji loit. I. worked oa percentage, 40
per cent of the gross receipts win or
20 per cent lose, I
ltuhlln trained with Steve O'Donnell
at Blanken's roadhoure out on the San
Bruno road, on the Frisco side of the
bay. I went to Billy Delaney's In Oak
Old BUly Jordan, who Is over seven
ty years old now and has followed the
fighting gamo stxd'iy sIdcj he was
twenty, was master of ceremonies.
riill Wind of tbi f lyniplc club was
rerenjo, . . -
10 tho woman away
from home, a cako
of Iyory .oap(s a
With it, she can wash
bolts, undcrwaists," and
which most women look
More than that; she is
independent of laundress
and cleaner to tho bene
fit of her pocket-book and
tho longer lifo of tho
things she wears.
99to Per Cent. Pure
of nn hour or thirty minutes, and
when tho pair jeft "jlio'olovntor they
declared that, It was, u business affair
puro mul simple, Tho day boford
thero was n story that Johnson had
sent to nickard for $1000, and, tlia).'
Is very likely Just what .happened.
At all events, neither Ulckard nor
Johnson looked In the least worried
as they parted coniiany.
Thofo moving pictures nro bobbing
up onco ' moro, According lo Tom
Flanajran, Johnson's mnnagnr, a, rep
resentative of J. W. Nash, who Is well
known In tho vnudolllo game, has
offered (ICO.OOO for- the Canadian
rights of tho moving' tilcturcs. This
offer has been made to nock nnd to
Hester, who control tho various In
terests ns far as the pictures arc con
cerned. Whether they will accept
tho offer Is not known, but It Is quite
Itosslblc, ns they would bo able to
pay for tho pictures out of tho Cana
dian profits, and tho rest 'would bo
MILD LIQUID CURES FCZEMA.
Skin sufferers! Drop greasy salves
and nasty- medicines' 'That mild,
soothing liquid, D. D.-D. Prescription
stojis tho nwful Itch with the first
drops. A doctor's prescription of ac
knowledged value. Oct n bottle at
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort street.
Perhaps tho ancients thought thnt
tho moon caused lunacy because peo
ple act so foolish during' tho honey-
lllght nt thv start ltuhlln surprised
mo n lit 1 1st by rushing In with u couplu
if snluga, I made hlm miss aid Jnli
brd hlm with my le.'l. In tin court
round 1 punched hlm haul and hsd no
trouble at all In lauding. Delaney
thought I bad (lus going. As I started
up for the third Ill'ly laid, "Now go
finish htm, Jim."
I' started out tu make short work of
the Akron gtunt, but here 1 got a new
emotion. As ltuhlln and 1 came to
gether 1 looked past hlm and saw Billy
Madden leaning across the edge of the
ring and looking In under tbe ropes. I
was Just about to reach out with my
left when Madden suddenly jelled,
"Akron!" Blng! rtuhlln was In on top
of me like a ton of rock. Before I
knew what was coming he was batter
ing away with both hands and ham
mering me off my balance and against
tbe ropes. He hit me some great
punches, I'll say that for Oils.
As soon as the fourth began 1 rushed
to close iiuarters myself and swung
both hands on Ituhlln's chin, Oun was
rattled for a moment, and over In
his corner Billy Madden was yelling
"Cleveland?" so loudly that I could
hear It above all the nolst from the
crowd. Ous Sacked away and as 1
followed him Jabbed me bard on the
nose. I pushed In against the Jab and
swung my left for bis Jaw as It I uaa
swinging a club. It caught Ous across
the face, and he went down as If he
bad been shot. He took a nine second
It was nil rough fighting from that
on. Along In tbe middle o( the tight I
nearly got tbe Akron gtant again, I
landed two or three hard rights over
bis heart and swung the tame hand
ou his Jaw, sending hlrt staggering,
but be wns landing on me with both
hands, too. From that time until the
eighteenth he outboxed me ultfimit
getting Into any dangerous mliups.
When I came out for that round I hit
up tho paco and kept planting my
right over, Ituhlln's benrt until be
weakened mnd lostbls "need, In the
twentieth I tried my best to finish
him. and In the last minute of the
round I landed on his brad with ray
left so hard that tbe blow, knocked him
flat and gave him a very bad ear. It
nearly broke my wrist, jtoo, and the
nfxt day my forearm was,badly'swoll
en from the effect of that one blowv
ltuhlln was nearly out when the 'last
bell rang, but the referee conslderel
his good work all through the bout
and called It a "draw" In spite of two
There wasn't much time for hunting
and fishing on my calendar' In 1807.
Fighting kept me on the Jump. But I
did get In a few weeks at home and in
the mountains after the rtuhlln fight
I had over four months before enter
ing the ring again, this time with Joe
Ban Francisco was stirred up over
the match with Choynskl on Not, 80.
Joe was a Frisco boy and had made
bis start there. He was the first real
ly clever man I ever met In tbe 'ring.
iBe was a great man In those dirt, and
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Dane Young, Alias Tan?
Chock Quon, Deceased.
Tho undersigned having 'ifc'cn duly
appointed executors of tho ast wd.jl
nnd testament of Dang Young, n'llds
Dang Chock Quon, deceased, by the
Honorable W. J.i Iloblnson, Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
First .Judlilat Circuit, Territory of
Hnwnil, on tho 27th day of June, A,
D. 1910, notice Is hereby given to
nil creditors of the said Dang Young,
nllns Dang Chock fjuon, deceased, to
present their claims duly authenti
cated nnd with proper vouchers, If
nny exist, even If Iho claim Is se
cured by mortgage on real cstn.tc, to
the undersigned, nt their offlee, at
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mtt July 1, 8lKr2.', 29.
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tho shareholders' of th6 Ponnhnwal
Cnfrco Co., Ltd., will bo held nt tho
ofUcc of U. Ilroworft Co., Ltd., In
Honolulu, T. II, , .on Monday July
11, 1910, nt 3:30 o'clock p. 111.
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Honolulu, July 7, 1910.
Wa have paid our accounts. Please
get busy and nttend to yours. t If
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In tho hands of nn nttornoy, the
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ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Has been called and is duk JUNb
1G and DELINQUENT on JULY lu.
I was still practical:.'
Ui'irnliig aluwiy. Jio
hardest hitters In the r'.r.k
only thrse years befup' 1 net
be dropped ntysluimous t'.T
It w its
hack In Boston and fought a live
round draw with hlm. I'ltr. lii told
me that nobody ever hit hlm such a
wallop before, nnd I can easily e-
lUve It. Nobody e cr hit me before
7V7 VaErBL ft &f!Vj
CnOYNSKI LANDED TnE HEAVIEST BLOW 1 EVEH FELT,
since as hard a Joe Choynskl did In
our Frisco fight.
Choynskl was a very light man to
be fighting me, for he weighed only
ih, pounds, according tu tbe state
ments tJiven out, while I scaled ,'JI9
and wns thin as a rail, nt that, I often J
nunui-r now mm uae rnzsimmons
and'Cboynskl can hit so, bard.
Joe, like (ltulmmons, ' bad bis
strength all where he could use.tt for
pnncbtng. He bad big shoulders and
light legs. He was very fast and
could time bis punches perfectly.
As soon as the fight began V found
out Jhat I was going to be bit. Joe
was In and out like a shadow, careful
ly peeping away from clinches so that
I couldn't wear blm down by using my
weight and strength, ne held hts
right back and Jabbed with tbe left
until I saw stars. He surely did punch
me pretty badly at first.
A few rounds later I think It was
the tenth Choynskl struck me the
hardest blow I ever felt In the ring or
out of It, I ws walking ajur blm
when ht suddenly (topped and whip-
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General Lease of the Government
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r. !tiiitir and ;J -tsr a stntght punch that caught
tn ui '.'.nine (t'.i'.r vn tbe mouth. My. teeth are
vtJ - y ci m end grow close together, but
tht wns such a terrific blow tbat It
on lilsjdiWe my upper lip through between
the two In front, wedging tbem apart.
I held Choynskl off with my left, while
I put my right band up and tried to
null my lip away with tbe glove. At
I the same time I tried to force It out
with my tongue, but It was no use. I
couldn't get it away, and It bothered
me so mucn ah a round or ore mici,
while I was siting nmjr 'corner? 1 had
iny seconas laxe a autre ana cui away
iiplece' of theltp to'rttb'ase it I bid
to keep "aplttrngi'tbe1 blood out as I
Went on rightlng'i'fdr'ne.thlng'mskes a
mab so alck as swallowlngViwarm
As the twentieth round came along I
was cbastng Joe around at a lively
clip. We both finished strong, and the
referee called It a draw. Many thought
I should bare had the decision.
After this fight I went hometo Los
Angeles and there was matched against
Joe Goddard, the famous Barrier cham
Joe Goddard had a treat record. H
was a bis; man, Jnst aboat say erwn
height and weighing UO pooada,
I went after Ooddar aa bar as I
could and hammered .ht a hUtf tssst
In the second round h wrsrfsd so cafl.
lie was to nearly cut ha U tcmVk
that tbe referee stopped tb i
be waa floored wtthssK.
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