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UVUN1N0 IlULI.KTIN, HONOMJM. T. II., SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1910.
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MANAGER LITTLE FEARED
JOHNSON WOULD FAKE
That (Jcoiro Uttlo illil not nt any
time make n propbsillou tit Jack
.luhmon to Hiiow the light, but Hint
on tho contrary, the split between tho
Chlcugi manner and tho champion
was illrrctly duo to I.IUIc'h fears Hint
JolniHon woiihl Iny down, Ih tho statu
merit mado jestorday nftcrtioffn by
1 rank McKtny Kays Hairy II. Hiulllt
McKvny art od us confidential nRcnt
ninl attorney for Utile during the pre
llmlnaiy dptnllH of the light, and In
111" tibicnro of l.ltllo, who left fur
CIiIcoro Tlint mlay morning, his an
nniiiicement can Ion cnnsldernble
It'n n hiigp Jnkn o arrun" Mtllc
of anything of the kind," say
' .Hid no olio understands
I hi money was not passul over to
Johnson, and tin n bo decided to no
In and win on his inerltH. I think
Hint Ik why be Undated nt tho last
moment upon nn oven division of llio
purso anil finally accepted a GO and
4U per cent cut.
Was Jeffries In the Dark?
"Hirtliprmore. I don't bollevn (hat
Ji'ITiIch know am thing about It. I
1 111 k IiIa frlotnld ittil ImHnvnr titnl
Hint they buoyed him up to tho very I w,llcl1 ,B '" 1,c I,,",,m1 nl l,", Athletic
Pot moment. 1 hen when they found '' ''I" afternoon. Tho struggle
the deal wjk not roIiir through Ihey' promises to bo n memorable ono nnd
hrnko the iiowh In him and their hick should tho Japanese win they will
of confidence unnerved thu big fel- have to be Kent up against n truly
low. I. do know that men who had llntinlulit nine. Tho people of lln-
Bi'k Qnmc This Afternoon at Athletic
Park Japanese Oo Up Against
Good Team Castle to Pitch,
No one who Iopb n ball game
Khoiitd in Iks the one between tho Oahu
College Alumni nnd tho Wnscdns,
--' - "- -- ...-. - ..... ll, 1IIM17. I IIU l'VtlIU
s Mom never M h cent before In their llvcsl wnM liro Ilot K,,IIB , tcl t10 w
k that ere placliiK (heir money on Jeff rU8. R0 bick ,, ,., ,U 1()
Jt hnsonl One follow In particular wanted to
beaten everything in Hnwiill on the
lirllor tlinn Jack .lolin ton.
Imply wwilu lo rlioxv up l.ltllo In i hit nil kinds of money Hut thu light .. , ,, , ,. . . .. .
i would go ovei eight rounds, and I '! .
fnllowol him iirouud cnoiiRh to know ""l nl "" V"" "'. ' ' "''"
that lv phicod Minin big wiir-ih" f'"1'. "le A1 olio can hardly be
Tex 'tlckard decline lo Ira drawn counted much, n the Japanrto lost It
Into Hn .InhnHon-I.IIHe eontroveray. throuRh not InnlnR their Hhorn Iprh
but deel.iriil vi'O rlRiilllcatitly hint wheij they daed. They hud Just Rot
n'liht' off tho Muni mid did not know the
"I don't know anvlhliiR about Ihl.i diamond mid ro went defeated by an
fhni.in- ,1'tln talk, but I inn nwnro ..()ahu U;,ri,0 iiitie by u score of
mat variij.tn pTriicK iippnnrnou jooii g .
Mm wimi it wiicm' in n.it e mm i.iy
M( own ncrouul.iilri'jtn In JitTrlf'M I lno IIiIh inurli
inyr.lorloua enn'p" ' frei .'o'ii"Oii. bill I do not know who
tho wirst piiswlhlo llsht. which Is tb
1 1. iron fur h's laiomonl. i:virboil
Vii'm Ihil l.ltllo had thousamlH of
dollars bet on Johnson, koiiic of It
nl oven money, ami that Homo would
bo no reason for him to cntor Into
inch a ib nl.
"As n mailer of f.icl. l.ltllo w.i'
1 itpHuii of Joluinon Ioiir before llio
flRhl look place. Now we nil know
Hint .IoIiiimjii transuetcil all of his
own tiiiKtiwi'M on
Tbrrr worn ninny
W. F. HE1LBR0N, Proprietor PHONE 45
emeu In tho irirk back of the Cliff
Moure nnd there were oilier tlmei
Hint .Inlincnn would k Into the prtt
nlo rooniK Into at nlRht to meet pen
pie I.Ktlo" tolil mr nil IhU niul h
know what ho was talkliiR about h
cause lie had Johnson followed. I
am not roIiir lo nanio the eop1n who
were at the conferences, hut I know
who they am. Whether Jnhntoii wat
ipl'ro.ichcd on llio subj-cl nf laliiR
down, wo didn't know, hut It nound
ml very suspicious. I'lnall). I It tin In
HlVlriTorf n ibnwilnwn. Hr told John
jon Hint bis nionev wan concerned
anil that he had n right to know.
Johnson niendv Miillcil 11ml then enme
Hie bleak betwern Hie pair. .
Suspicions Were Aroused.
"Tlut Is all Hint I know nbont Hi"
affair Wo had our suspicions ahius
oil. nnd. 10. well ns wo etiuhl, wo
wnlcliPd Hip situation. Tho one HiInK
that bntheri'd l.ltllo wan to know who
would hold tho Johnsjn money In
rase of ruth a ileal, as Jack would
naturally InsIM tint, the Jeffries poo-
plo pay ner 11 certain amount In or
der lo prolict him. Now Johuson
wouldn't trust his own mother, and
until ircoilalu man (hinted Into Sau
Kliinolscn from C.hlcnRo, w were at
jen. Then a Rreat IIrIH dawnril iii
on us. ami we know Hint tho fellow
hid nnlved who would riiRlncvr, the
deal If It went throuRh.
jtiotltcr Iroublo tfutwoEii Jnlinmn
anil l.ltllo waa over llm women. It
had been iiRreed that all of the wo
men were to lenvo llit ciiinp; nut
Johnson fell down on his nRreeiuonl.
l.lltlo Insisted that Mrs. Johnson nnd
Mrs. HIr Hart should Inko up quar
ters Isuwhorc, and Ihero tho trou
ble slurtcil afresh."
Whllo McKvoy will not mnko a
statement to that effect. It Ih under
stootl that l.lltlo went to Iteno for tho
purposo of lookliiR otor tho situation.
Still fearful lest Johnson mlRht huvo
nriiinRed a deal with Jeffries or tho
Jeffries crowd wheroby Jeffries
would win. Utile commenced to lay
off ns much of his monoy ns isissl-
hie. anil even bet sniiiethliiR llko
117on on Jeffries at llio rliiRshlo
If (he Mttle-Mclivoy Idea of n framo
In In' nny way correct, tho missing
Hpk Is found In IrylnR to explain why
It did not take piaco.
Tho only way that I can liRiiro it
t'if llio nio'i which apnriiirhcd him
.iiui I 1I.1 not want to know."
play -ii itui mm
New Si.hetliilc U Arranged for Sec-oim-
Scries of banners vEwti
and Aica Tied at Present.
j: tt n it a tt n n a a a a tt : !
COMING EVENT8. t
tt Hecrelnrlcs and innnnRcrM of tt
tt athletic clubs are Invited to send 2i
It In tho dates of any events which tt
M Ihey may bo Rtttlng up, for In- M
tt sertlon under tho nbovo head, tt
tt Address nil commmilcntltma to tt
tt tho SportliiR IMItor, II 11 1 1 c 1 1 n. tt
ft International Games. tt
K July 1C Wasod.1 vs Oahu Col-
tt Icro Alumni. tt
tt Oahu League Series tt
it July ir J. A. C. vs Murine. tt
:t Oahu Juniors. tt
tt July 17 Asahls vs. Mil Hocks, tt
tt July 17. I'nlama vs. 0. A C. Jr tt
tt Plantation League. tt
tt July 1". Wnlpnhii vs. Walanae. tt
tt July 17. Kwn vs. Alca. tt
ti Military League. tt
tt July 17. Cavalry vs Port Hli.il tt
tt Golf. tt
tt July 17. Medal Play, Honolulu t:
tt Coif Club. tt
tt July 31. Novelty Tournament, tt
tt Cricket. tt
tt July lfi. Mntch. tl
tt Tennis. tt
tt July K O. Ilnll Cup. tt
tt Sept. Wall Cup. tt
tt July lfi. Wicn Itace tf
tt Transpacific Yacht ftace. tt
tt Julj l-'rom Han Pedro lo llono tt
AiiRiist 10 Season Opens. tt
tt tt t: tt tt tt :t tt tt tt tt tt tt t: :
iinv, m loiiiiw
'ftr.uormw moruiiiR at tho Icuriio
j,ir.,fyiln, tv'n plnlilatluu bull te.iniH
fil'-tr c.i.k In -Ions, nnd tint win
,il'l will lie 'he thiimpiou of tho lli'st
Ku'les. I'.v. 1 11 ud Alea will llRit It
nut. .1 ml the r.ienteiil lutere.il Is be
Iiir till en It. the riiiiio by lho"fuim
Tim riiiiio will start at llliVclock.
and by that tlmo 11 bunrli of KiiRnr
eano Rrowers will doubtless bo In ttio j .
Rrantisinuii reauy in iooi ior inoir
Tlie hcheditlo for tho second series
hits been ulTuiiRoil mid it la as follows:
July 2 I Walniiao vs. Walpahti, at
Waliitiao: Alea vs. Kwa, at Alea.
July ;tl Kw.t vs. Wnlauae, ul
Kwa; Abvi s Walpahu, at Alea.
AiiRiiit 7 -Kwn vs. Walpahu, nt
Kwa; Aloa s. Walanae, nt Alea.
AiiRiist II Walpahu vs. Walanae,
it Wnlpahu; Kwn vs. Alea, at Kwn.
AiiRiist 21 Wnlauao vs. Kwn, nt
Wnlnnae; Walpahu ys. Alea, at Wnl
pahu. AuRiint 2S Walpahu vs. Kwn, nt
Wnlpahu; Walnnno vs. Alea, at Wnl
nnae. ; ii it ii
DOTS AND DASHES.
There Is no doubt lli.it the Wasrdas
1110 ptoliiR rooiI ball now n tin) H nnd
they urn na full of trkks as 11 iIor is
of hairs. Their buntltiR Is Rreat and
they huvo 11 way of working some
dodRO at unexpected moments thai
lands them tho run necessary lo win
The Alumni team tills nfiernonu will
hnto Al Citstle In-tlio box and Wiuuo
will bo on the receiving end. That
Is 11 strong combination, but It re
mains to bo seen what will happen
when tho Waxcilas In snmo remark
able way get onu run nhcitd, and then
hold tho lid down so (IrTiI tb.it 'all
tho efforts of Ilia Puns ro for nothing
IIIII Hampton will hold down first,
nnd will bo available as n pltc'ior If
needed; IIIII will also bo out for 11
homo run hit durliiR thu afternoon
nnd everybody knows what happens
when William gets a ball fair on the
none nnd puta his weight behind tho
Tho lineup of tho College Is as fol-
ows: Custlo, p.; Wlnne, e.; Hamp
ton, Ih.; Aklnu, lib.; litn, 3b.; I.nw
rey, pa.; Hours, cf.; Desha, rf.; W.
Deuba, If. Tho nine Is, with tho ex
ception Hint Custlo will pitch Instead
of Williams, llio same as that which
played last week at the Park.
The. first gnnio will bo played- bo
twecn tho Marino nnd J. A. C. nines,
and will ho 11 Rood preliminary tit thu
main etent of thu afternoon. There
should bo u IiIr crowd of fans nt the
Athletic Park this afternoon, and tho
hopes of llio Kuropeans nrn centered
1 on tho Alumni team. May thu best
ii it it
DOTS AND DASHES.
The standing nf the plantation
league teams Is us follows:
Alea . . . .
Kwn . . .
Continued Success of
AS NO MUSICAL
Thursday. Friday. Snttirdny ''.
July M, 15, 10
Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday
Julv lb. ID. 'M
WIIIIp O'NpII. n lOS-iiotitiil scrup
per, arrived on the Slorrn )esterday
and lie may he accommodated with
11 inatch with Dick Cullen If tho lat
ter arrives on Hie Makura on Tucs-
out." Mihl one of tho K)rts, "Is that day noxt.
Thero Is n rumpus going on In
Junior baseball t lilies, anil It Is all
canted by a few plntjurs who think
Hint Pmplro Harney Joy did not Rive
themtu square deal. A lot of the
decisions that aro kicked against
woro absolutely correct, but there
aro always xomo men who won't
llslen lo reason.
The Wusctlas hao won five out of
six Raines ro far, and thu record Is
mi follows: I.ott lg All Oahu, 2 to
G; heat C. A. C. 8 to U; be.it Ma
rines, C to I; heul P. A. C. 3 to 2
(eighteen Innings): bent Navy, 1 to
0; beat Military, I lo 0.
Second Heat of Myhrc Cup Contest
to Be Sailed Wrens May Com
Once mote the Myhie Cup will be
Milled for, ami tomorrow afternoon
the to utid of a series of three races
will bo contested by beats of the
Pearl class. The raco Is scored b.
points, nnd litsl counts lite; second.
three; and third, 0110.
The llrsl into was won by tho
VIIJiir, with tho Ivy i.cconil nnd the
Pearl third. Tho second heat lo
iKirmw niuy reven-o the order of "i"
btmts, ami n good raco Is expeciel
Luther Hough x.il s the Pearl an
h'andlcs his craft In good fashion.
He was one ul Iho irew nf the Char
lotte c ."when k.io won the rare to
Maul on July Fourth. The Viking
will be railed by A. II, Myhie, h
Ivy by Mux llulte, and tho I'ku by
Wiens nro nlro eligible for the
race, and u 0 uplo of them may start
tomorrow. Tho mixed races were In.
foresting In the past, nnd 11 may bo
that they will bo more so In the
future, when many mora boats tnkn
pari In the events.
YMI (H Ii NH
Wilder Said He Liked His California,
but Oh. You Honolulu! -E. M.
Boyd Made a Speech.
Members of two of the yncht crewg
now In port nt S.m Pedio preparing
for the annual raco lo Honolulu, were
visitors to Itedl.intU today under Hie
direct charge of (I. (J. Johnson, of Iho
Ijis Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
and were met nt tho II o'clock Hnnt-t
Ke train by menthols of Iho reception
unil enterlnlumcnt committee of Ho
Order Your Seats Today
FRICES .... 23c, 50c. 75c
Matinee, Saturday, 25c
llonJulu Athletic Park!
SPECIAL SERIES ..
SATURDAY. JULY 10:
J. A. 0. vsl'U. B. M. 0.'
0. C. 'ALUMNI vs. VASEDA1
SUNJIAY. JULY 17:
P. A. 0. vs. J. A. C.
C. A. C..TI. WASEDA
25t . 50c. nnd 75o,
r'orl Street Brlow Bcrctsnia
0E0R0E GARDNER nnd ETIIELl
MAY "J IB
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J. V. 0IBS0N Dancinc and Sine?
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MOTION TICTURES S
amission oc.. luc. I0C.1
IIOIKI. STHKKT Jf
VEST-rOCKET MUSICAL COMEDYi
Admission . .. 15c, 10c. 5c
72 Hotel Street
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
"It's The Fashion"
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANOiMfl
will hold its first nunrtcrlv dance oiil
THURSDAY EVENINO, AUGUST '4,1
at 8 o'clock. Odd fellows' Hall. '
UUU1J MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
board nf trado and entertained while of tho jucbt llawnll speko hrlelly'. IM
hero sayB u Ilodlautls i,iper of July 7 stated that thu was M first vslt trt
Hotel noar Fort
"Tho Two Jades"
Thero wero fourteen In tho iiarlv
ami they wero taken In iiutomolilles
loaned by Mrs. John W. Davis, W. F.
Holt. J. II. Loglo mid John P. Klsk
a member of tho counultleo being In
each ear lo explain the places visited
They went via Terrnclna and Serpen
tlno Dilvo lo tho east enlrnueo of
Canyon Crest Park, walketl through
llio park to tho main entrance, and
wero thero met by tho cam nnd taken
through tho .Wnlsou nnd Kimhcrly
plnces. past the lllgli'school anil Ter
raco avvnuo lo m Casa I.oma. whero
Ihey wero given lunch.
At Iho beginning of thu luncheon
thero woro u few short addresses of
an Impromptu character. I., M. King.
former president of tho board of trado
acting mid extending it welcome to tho
visitors on In halt of tho city nnd tho
boaiil of Undo.
K M. Ilotd, of Yiicalpn, for five
juars a reshlent of llawnll, and per
sonally iiciiunliited with mout of Iho
members of Hie party, spoko briefly
alluding to Heillauds as being "llko
Honolulu,", becausu tho llrst liuiues-
slons of tho city are not pleasing In
that Hioy lOiM-n one's deslro to go to
heaven" In Hawaii tho whole utmos
I'here of Ihlngs Is pleasing, tho latiR
liage even lacks wonls and forms sug
gesthe of sorrow and unpleasantness
Thero In no word corresponding loour
word "bllo" or "sting " Somo years
ago Mr lloyd contributed to it mnga
zlno nn urlle(o uihoealliiR Iho yncht
races such us that abopt to bo taken,
nnd yarlitHineu then hocitmo Interest
oil and as a result tho races aro now
a part of tho yachtsman's yearly pioi
Cnpt. Cluis. r, Wilder, commander
Southern California nnd to Keiltantira
ami wns chartiu-il b tho beauty olrthoS
reiiiery nnd iho unexc-led hosplfalji
lly or the iienplo Ho eilil Hint whlM
ho hntl no liiiint'dlato desire to leavo!
Houoliihi. If he chould rver wanUlol
leave Iho Islands he would want Vol
come to Midlands. Ho had hcurd oti
Itciilands for twenty year i)al,T5-oS
hntl no conception of tho groat b?nu
ty of the place Hiul ho known of Tg
he would cvrtnlnl) lmvo Msllcd lirgJ
fifteen ears ago Jt
('apt. Wilder Is llio assessor nnd tag
collector for Hie Iiiland of Oahu, upon
which Honolulu Is situated and prtunl;'
uent in ynthtlng clieles, lu which ho
lakes n deep luteiost Jume's I. (ioeJi
tlrst mate of tho Ilav.all U from VnTjj
lukii. on Hie Island of Maul, l a proT
tnlnent democratic polltlelun. and wan
ileltgatc from Hawaii to the lait de,'uj
ocratle convention and Is alto su enj
tlnlshutle tnchtstuan i2
Ono of the eonto?tauto with tho 1Mb
wall in the race will be Iho Molljlom
of Sau I'raneUrn. Is u coninian,I..Mj
Captain Ward who, with somo intuiijj
bura nf his crew, waa Avlth tho par la
on today's visit. They left on tho l;,JW
train for Klvc'sttlu hi
It was u sliullur race to this whjcju
begins on RturdH thai the LurJuM
won two ar ao. Th Lurlln 'ijM?
then owned by II II Sinclair 'ormjffl
ly of lledlamU. Ilv Slaswell Sava
was n kubbI of Mr Sinclair on Jlig
Jim Coko has evidently been githl
ered Injo Iho fold for tho return trTpl
of tho Hawaii. Ho went to tho coasfl
on tho I.urllno niul went o stqtho