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nVKNlNO IIULLBTIN. HONOLULU, T It., TUESDAY, JULY 19, 19t0.
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for Infante and ClYH d r o h-v.
What is Castoria?
CASTOIMA. Is n linrmlctx .iifistitulo for Crutor OIF,
PnrcKric, Irops and Soothing Syrup. It In
plcninii.. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor
oilier Xnreodo ptiltitniico (Xnrcotien stupefy). It
ngolt lis ffiinraii.ee. It dculroyi Worms nnd nllnys
FovcrlshiicNS. It cures Dinrrhrca nnd Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation'
nnd I'latulency. It nssiinilntes the Food, regulates'
the Stomach and Ilowels, giving henlthj' nnd natural
sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's
Tito . j3j-j' Is n every wrnppcr
ilRnntiiro of l-ictfc7ZT-&ZcAt4t nt genuine C'natorln.
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
" Mr fllratt intirttMr f rilnt tbo wtlon cf jour
C"totl.' W.W.TmTSS.M II.
CuCtlo, .N. Y
"Cnrtgiiirnillrl fMctlm I shut if rrml
tuttwhrri-ir(MUll. mxtihnl and OMil
wlthgwidreiulu." K.MoixiKtmM. P
( HUIiul., Mo.
"Tour Ctorl It trtlaliiltli. Biwilcfj tmianr
for clntilrrn 1 knnwir, t know bo othrr pn
ptlturjr (.it puaUvu nlilch li IU .-.jiaal
B. B. Bciiw.nir., M n.
Childron Cry for Fletcher's Castoria'.
In Use For Over30 Years.
TO 00 AROUND WORLD I Tlio Carnegie In tho first non-ning-
.. Il.ctlc vessel ever built She In of
piltWNPOinV L I -Tho iioii.'wOUi wh0 her metal urU nrtAl.
iiiugilktlc , survey jncht C.lrneglc. of .ic-mngnctlzed bronze, no thntlher
litlllt Hor'tho Curnegle Institute of (nrllia nimermti...... ,. i.-Jn..
Washington lia rea hed here, to
await her lnl trunicntH
slung before IjorIiiiiIiir her
ji.irH' trip around the wirld
Iiir inaRiietle olmerviitlons
This wilt be tho most Important
niflcoroloRliul and ni.iRtictlu suroy
ever attempted. Tho CiirncRlo will
sill from hero In tuo weeks, mak
ing first for Porto It I en, llahla, Itlo
de Janeiro, n round Cape Horn, up
tCSTrtglrt, 1HA Vr MeOtw N.wipnper
w-BTdtct. CoparTtfht In Canafe and
'Oreat Britain. All rights rtnrd 1
I iut non riTzsiMHONs awat rou
THE SECOND TJMK.
N the day after my fight with
lluhlln people all over the
:".''- -". "'
r,-T9,.,?" "' "" 3
tighter who has shown plenty of game.
" " " " Vy v y tr yaVK
nets ln the ring against other men ' t.eorge .Miller got e.ii js.
I'll say right here that Ruhlln never "00 at the regular odds, which wr 10
was a quitter. The only reason he to 4 In my favor 'Chalk" HobiH
stopped mat night lu Han Francisco
alakal 1kab Saab afeaka.l-lBa.taV A fr a a an. a ah St l aV al.
! iu.i us cuuiuu i ri ui iu UKUi mr
nsit round, and be knew It My
heavy body punches had neat , bro
km him la two. If he had gone down
after that last punch In the body and
had been counted out, as Corbett wns
at Carson, nobody would hare hsd
any chance to find fault. I wasn't sur
prised when Ous gave up. The only
thing that did surprise me was win 1
nlng the light so soon and so easily i
IU didn't put a mark on me, and I,
hsd ATTMrted fl hard, rnl.llnr hsttln. I
There was great Joy In the Jcffrlesi
camp titer mat ngnt. as ror me, no
body seemed anxious to bother me for
awhile, and I determined to go on the
hunting trip of my life.
Bob, Flttalmmona did some great
fighting after losing the championship
to me. Just before the end of the
Horton law ln New York state FJtx
knocked out Out Ruhlln ln six rounds
and Tom Sharkey In two, The fights
were only two weeks apart.
I was'ln the east at that time.' and
Fltxslmmons challenged me.' He want
ed to -fight on thi last night of, the
Horton law. " '
I refused, of cour-e, because I'd have
to go lijto the ring ut trained. I never
fought yet without 'ralnl.ig hard, nnd
I never will. Any fighter owes that
ranch to bis friends I wouldn't fight
a dub without training When thou
sands of friends all over the country
bet on every fight I'm In I think they
Tiavs a right to Unon I'm In shape.
In any case Fl'isimmons wasn't the
kind of a man to go up against w lthout
I told Rob he conld hsvo his chance
soon enough, and a llul later on wo
made a match to fight tn San Fran
cisco on July 25, 1R02, Rob kept up
light training at his home In Renon
hurst, wllh tins Itulilln as hit sparring
partner, and wlioti tho time camo to
start (or tho coast be vus tn great
I m jour (jutorl. and .-itl. In ma In kll
furi'lit when) llm r rlilldrn "
3 V Umisiu, . I),
' Yiwr r.r,,ta In (he hr.t If nwl tn 1h wotM
fnr rhlMrta tud th. mil Uie l,aie toil rtcoftt
nHnd." AMtf .8wtTLlDlM,D,
tl7ipi jonrR;ofl. pwgmlra In thai
i-... nt ruii.irtn ror yc.i. pa.t wlib moat atppr
rllKt, lnd (oil tDdune 11 a. a fe rafdf ."
II. D. Dusts, M. I),
(lie I'.iclflc nnd
then through tho
China sen, around
I tri Alnnrlrn
Africa Jill (I hack
,,,.,, ni.CunUe Not n .leco i.f'stcoi
- n.l.er sells tUn mnlnl In iill,rwl7
Thu vessel la run uiiiler tho depart
meut of terrestrial magnetism of tlio
Carncglo Institute, She Is coin
iiiiuhIimI by C.iilnlti Trctl Mt.MurnO.
who took the great drjdocl; Doioy
to Manila Mali) noted technicians
I I um(o the Journcj with her.
'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Yrf piY LIFE
shape. He came to California feeling
sure pf beating me. Kltz was one, of
trie most cooKdout men lu the world.
I trained at Harbin Springs f6r'tbal
second fight with FlUsltanons and act
fcto very good condition. The bout, v. an
--i' oi rtir urrKamus ona r rnciri
Athletic club, at Fourteenth atl Valen-I
Ul. . -.... 1 I.I ..,. t 1 l
frlendVcamrunVobHo'n n.7 T
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"" r brought up at least :, aju er,
urougut .lo.uvo j.uii.nj, ,. pro-
I tltMAra'll atf Ttlra1n HnHll nil lit. II
... w. .....u... ,, ,., ,,ul uw ,.
Z ""..,,' .'.' ,UCOU'" UD, '"'I
tw. .. - 1.., a .. .1..
.m. ih.f .laki i'i(..im. .. i '
side tha night. I itxs'mmons was In-
troduccd first and had gte.t l-cep-,
linn tin .. al.r. .11 111, L
lliri unlit tlllM i. ,'( I Ili a.v (Tf. ItlfTA 4, I
from Australia Rob looked In as good.,
shape as when be fought me at Coney
Irlmd He didn't even look a dayJ
rirz ATirn he uarrizd aoais.
older, although be was thirty-nine now.
A challenge from Jim Corbett was
read, and the crowd cheered. I was
11 ? T V? CD""fn1fe MKen ,0
wen ror the heavyweight crop was
nilinll.g Hilt, Mild tlieit. dlllll t seetll til
h. m,n. m.. rH 1.1 ,
"" " ".,'"- in -mm nn 111. 1
As scon as ne began fljUtlPg I went
SN t'I(ANCI3C0, July ."it Com
plctlng a tuur pf Hie OC"Jit..exlcnrt
Iiir oyer, six .limutlii,,Uov.,UoUert J,
llurnettc of vLbx-AnRclesi tile preach
er with' n reputation- tin Ji.liiunvrlRt,
aiu Mrs, llnrdi'tle' rcturlwd homo
jesterda)', arriving fioni Yokohama
on tbcChl)o Man) They will leave
t(idu for the soutli. Said Uh. Unr
detfo: ' ' '
''Like the woman with n Cook's
thirty day - round the - world-nn-ieturn
ticket, we've been cverj
where and teen ever)thliiR and met
over) body. Dined with the Oanla.
iicllo In Constantinople, met tho
Wllilfiiaiis In llurneo and rnn across
the etrnltH of Formosa, learned (o
speak Bum Arabic In Culm and
broken China In Shanghai; traveled
by steamship, steamboat, Junk mid
eainpun, rlksha, chair and donkey,
and, wllau the lure vas too high,
walked, slept all ' day In' day'
coaihes, nnd loVscd' RnlPklikcil H
night, wide awu16,4fil flKclilng cars.
"Same old thing Saw pcoplo
starving nnd yaw gluttons glutting.
Met people who wor,k all the time
ind have nothlpg, and other pcoplo
who work ioiio of tho tlmo and luvo
evcr)thlng. Met gentlemen and
bounders, ladles and Imitations, real
lucn'dnd duffers, gcnulno women nnd
stage paste on tho same (rip.
"Oot mlsltifonucd by wl men
who thought the knew It nil, and
similarly deceived by candid liars
who made It all up ns they wont
along. Met n few fools adding to
their stock of Ignorance by tho
broadening Influence of travel, which
makes folly thinner us It makes
broader. Looked nt sumo pcoplo by
the hour, wondered what In tho
name of time they traveled for; look
ed at other people on tho same boat
and wondered what In creation tlioy
over went homo for Had good
urur wtiii i
ntc what wo
liny davs njni stortny days;
ntc what wo coo Id kvitr slohuwhcro
wothad ttJ; wen tfjioreUlo'tlukct
called for' got 'dfrtfiB'rfllfT-'when
wo were told; had the proper thrills
when the guide Indicated tfw tilaco;
visited tho missions and saw tho
gatshn dance; went to church nnd
the theater; ate, drank, slept.
"Wondered where we had seen all
these people nnd all these things be
fore, Itcmembeicd It was at heme.
and concluded ttl go back there,
after Rob steadily. We were both n
llltlf- cautious at first. I sent n gnd
brd l-ft Into his IkhIt. and he to, k
It all 'trthf Hefore the end of fie rlr-t
rennu pe nan negun landlnv "ti in)
h,,d( 0m. mT noge nl l)lo,(.
U.U IOIDU OUI SO
I had foi'pd out something tm '-.
' ". ! -.'".,
num. riixaimruonj con u skin niiout
on It tike a Krlico flea, but whiiMer
t rooveo qticsiy in. nqircl bo-it umler
mt. It was ilkr tiring to dance
sound on a springboard.
1 nn .nrin-I.A.Ml t. m.4. h '
f60tlnf aat,rtn ,nr, ,ffkward aDj
" """"' "
t00It RTt (ia,f mT speed.
'. my nothing position the
I"1 " ""' 1'iniicrn anecten my root-
" "" mi"'h ,hM I ,rlwl "tsndlnf
,,,-i,,,i ,, k-ii..i. i.j it
!!"''" "''' "' " B,Md..i,
!" me, BHd We bCth got In SOfflO Stiff
In. . j . Iwr .
- .- a si. - uiuiib vtrig us
"heavy as any I ever felt. The Jar
didn't date me, but I had never beea
o cut and bruised In a fight before.
FJttrnmons was a w-rderful fighting
Alonr tn the fifth ticind I managed
to get over a left book that 'tit nob
along the chek bone, hat a moment
later be stepped In with a terrible
right that landVd squarely on my left
ye and nearly knocked mr head off.
The blow opened a big gash along my
eyebrow. I was In nrettv hnd ihsn
I -. k.u.l . ... . .
I iw a iui.uii.ioa sow an cut to pieces i
una my eyes closing.
when 1 went
j back to my corner Rtlly Pelaney is a
mignty anxious. "Jim," he sild "jo-i
have got to get him before jojr y.
close. Go after blm,"
I crouched as I came from mv ro--
ner that time and w'entUt; FUxlm.
mons with a rush. He flklppeti out rtf
round. I kept turning to face blm
Jlkt a bull In a bull ring, nnd every
time be seemed within reach I rushed
blm again. Once I conieml him on
ths ropes, but he slipped away, nhd as
he wenr by wr htand-d a eoBji' ri'
hooks that made the blood run acatn
i couiani ft' mm. He sureir ws a
"Tou've got to do It soan,"
"l'h n'J' " ,I'1 up n 1 the
Wood washed off I went out after Roli
Sgltln n hard I mild LU Vll nf.
........... . .. - .
iux Injun.-, hdi-h nn tin- Niirr.i 11
'side I wm as sound and Crcwh as ererj
where Wo could see them nil nt great
er leisure, less expense, In better
company, finer climate, clpanor towns
nnd In greater variety.
'What do people tinvcl for.? Oh,
Just to see what becomes of the
things we manufacture 'nnd .can't
ell nt home, nhd trr find out Where
our' cver-ln'trenslhg population cemiei
from. It's'' nice to get home. We
are well and happy "
LOGICAL ECZEMA CURE
After .treating eczema for years as
n practtcill) Incurable blood disease,
the medical world Is greatly Interest
ed. In (fie discovery tlint.. tt is not i
blK)d,(1lsease at nil, but Is due tun
para'sllo lif" the skin Itself This para
site Is ensll) destroyed by tho exter
nal Abdication of h compound of o'l
of wlnturgrcen, thymol, glycerine, etc.
This Will' quickly -kill nil eczema
germs, while soothing nnd refreshing
Or. II. A. Kolkcrts, o( Dululh, Minn ,
tells of tho success In treating' iw
"There was a man here suffering
from eczema for tho last fourteen
years, nnd I applied the D. Dtl). treat
ment. 1 Im) applied It, to a man pf
West Duluth, Minn , who .has, been
suffering with ItheumaHsm or four
teen 'years, and Eczema In his fcot,
and the second treatment In both
cases cleared the ttkln almost abso
lutely, Tho first nppllcatlon Is n balm,
and its Boothlng effect Is beyond ex
pression, I shall never bo without It,
and shall tiso It among my patients
No matter how terribly jou suffer
from eczema, salt rheum, ringworm,
etc., you will feel Instantly soothed
and tho Itch nllaycd at once when n
few drops of this oil of wlntergrcon
compound Is applied The cures nil
seem to bo permanent.
Honolulu Drug Co, Fort Streqt.
ST. P,AUL, Minn., Juno 2S. its
Marcel Ma.hr. one and ouo-lm'lf years
old,.vn,s sitting on. a . third-story
wludow-HjII last . iilgh't,v eutlng. a
niece nf cake, hes mother saw her
suddenly pilch backward nnd dlsap.
pear Into the strcot below, Tho
mother rushed downstulrs, expect
ing to find a lifeless form, but was
tonfronlcjl by the little ono sitting
on the ground and asking: "Mamma,
whero's my fcako?"' 'The baby was
only slightly' brused.
I -ouloa't think cy -wen- of. JTltzslm-lsIainion. "I cm sat3d. IT rver ' bscfc over an Inch, splintering- ths
meni If he had shown dUronrsgement Tf'it ti-;nln." i Imm-a Into small pieces. Ho was a
Sbont this tltrje lie hsd listen inn "rmrVo tit njt i'n;:.Mn man kh- fellow. l.ong aftrrwanl he nsk
rJimigh to, knock out any ordinary man I alive." I told l.lm. 'snl I ecus' i-r mylrd me ono dy If 1 bud' noticed during
1 kimw ,hl$ rlglit.Jiiind was gone, for'sHf lucky to har v jii wlin I did." tht- tight that he whs turning his right
once when he landed a heavy smssli That light wllh I'llz.lmincn, wasi hand to Isnd with the last two knuc
on my forehead I could hear the liones nno of the hardest I ever had In my'kles. These were the only two left,
crack, and. although he went right oil' life I don't think moner would nnrl ami vet he was htttlnir nlm.ist ns hsnl
hilling wllh It, there wasn't the same
weight in the blows He w Jabbing
more and defending on the left. Fltz,
Simmons hid a rreat left. I think It
wan hl best bind He usually landed
knockouts with the left.
in ins tne scvenin round i went
after Hob bard and swung my left Into
il- ,nu.,, IIICII IIIIPUKIH 11 1111 III I1IB
hea.l 'J he pint lies were well meant.
but I trs rrniMs took them and tame1
rlsbt buck will, three hard left hook?
.III MIA mnlllll III. I uUMI m Kl n.1 m I
.... .... ...u... .....v mni,ni ". Mif-VA,.,.
ngsln and forced me to the ropes. I
rtishfil and chased Flti across thel
rnrf. pimvnng mm over tne netrt. as
v e i ami Into j cjlnch Rob grinned and
,U, 'Wsll. hoW do you like ll
..a,,,,. ,- . ih. ,. , u ..,
are retty good for an o'd fello'w
rrom that on I punched at Rob's
i.n.1. r,A h i.i.i,. . 1...1 -j ...1.1.
tne leit. All tne tlmo the crowd was
cheering like, mad Fltx looked like a
winner, for he was almost nnmarked,
while I must have been a sight,. The
crowd thought the old champion was
coming back Into the title again t
knew I'd win In time. I was.all right
still Inside, not weak or dared -or. er-t
tired. And I knew that Fltrslmmons
31. iii2 U2 Stub, a terrthlo pace
for twenty rounds. In lime he mini
wear Msnself out even If I didn't Crlne,
blm (town with a blow. His oiilv
chance was to blind me entirely and
then beat me down when I couldn't
see to block or get awry And even
then I might have been ah'e to stick
My eyes wre nearly clord when I
came up for the eighth round I went
after Itistinmons steadily Flti stood
up straight and, tried with his left for
my chfn, I ducked tinder the blow and
sent mr ris-ht tn his hnrlr. I rnntn r.l
.. .. . 1 f .. T T '
tne r.iMrDena, . it was nam puncn,
Fltx hooked me on the face, and I
leaned In with another bodv punch
Thn we fought hard for a minute 1
lo-ild feel that Fltx was growing wee l;
er ll blpws didn't hurt, and he
amd to be tiring The riebt tlmp
k-.l . -m- a. l-a. T ...... .....1
nnimr mr left for tht pit of M Mo-vl
ii i. i iimr at .i.i-l ntrimtu an ..in
aid,,, striking. Just at the edge of 'he
rirht ritu and driving them In. Hrx-
slraroons straightened up and stot
perfectly still for a noment. I knew
th b ow had parscri-ed his legs and
li-roM'cln't move' "You've got me.i
JrrT" he gnsprd,.and Just at the same,
inMnt 1 started the finishing blow for
., - 1 l.nd., hoih hands hefore
h fell Fltr, went down htrd, and,
r . "
rere-ee Krtdie Graney counted hlrain
out. Fltz was trying to get up and!
managed to rise to his feet Just after
III.- Hint nf tli ..mint U nail,... I l..i
.... . . " '. 1
line site of the r ne nnd r sui his
"Ths Ut man won." said Fltx-I
In their '' quaint ud , cdrlnlng
homo on I'unnhou street, Professor
nnd Mrs. W, D. Alexander' celebrated
their golden wedding late yesterday
afternoon, where a complete hounc
(ul of well-wishers Vl'owcrcd thU
xmlllng (on pie w(th couj;ratulatluus,
und from tho four coiueis of tho
world "nlohn"w flashed over the
cables fioni dear frfcTids Who aro
an oss tho sen but hnd.(Uo't orgottc
There were many ncesetit who at
one time received lirStrtletlort nt tho
hands of the profciqbr,tmt' arc now
patents and even Kriffparcnts A
special (eatttro of tlip ahcrnooii was
the class of Professor- Aloxanilcr.
wearing largo clusters of golden
flowers. Tho members of this class
presented their teacher with a beau
tiful vtHUh nnd chain, lind numer
ous other presents wcrc given to
them. ( " -
Mrs. P. C. Jonci pnd,MIs Mary
Parker, wlio were tfndcsrnalds, wcte
present yestcnlay, as''was nlso II. P
Ilaldwln, who was groomsman
Among -the fifty onr-hgoir gncsjs.
present yesterday were Mrs. Hayscl
den, Mrs. Serono IllshopJ Mrs, S. M.
Damon. ' . )'.il
Judge San ford liXjJolo 'nn'd?Frank
Damon made addrcsscsv(ull ofvcml
nlscenccs, to vthlcli''Urv Alexander
replied In n rliannlngNi'nmniier and
approprlato to the occasion, touch
ing on past ntemorles as they were
brought to his mind by tho presence
of those ubout him '
A wedding cake covered with a
golden, frosting was brought under
tho golden wedding lielj late In tho
afternoon nnd was cut by tho brldo
of fifty )cnra'ngo, ns she had dono
In 1&60, and tho piece was lifted by
her daughter, Miss Alexander.
Frank Ulalr, producer at tho New
Orplieumlias another hilariously f tin-1
ny fnrco to offer next Thursday even-.
Ing In "Ilyon's Reception " Tho farcol
Is 'entirely new nnd Is said to abound
tn bright lines nnd funny situations '
All tho principals will hove now num-'
tiers and sovcrnl novelties will be ln-1
troduccd. Miss Rockwell will sing1
two new- songs and Miss Ullso Schuy
ler will Introduce n now character
turn. Olgtt Stcck, Miss Canlleld. Lau
rel Atkins and Curlcton Cliuso v. Ill bo
seen in new Items.
me tn stand up and deliberately tske
the heating I got frqm hlra before I
landed the knockout. Kre'ry hone In
my nose was broken and driven In.
My nose was flat with my cheeks It
I was a lot of trouble to have that Axed
p ,,!, Th, doctori took eUht
tUches above my right eye and eight
mn,. nv, ,...
The fUt 0Tfr mr left t teolt ,
., Mltcnei. ExtT tooth ln
Vvmm Innlh Im tnw
hecd'was loose.' For two days after
.k .. r.k m a . .- . ..
' 3.ggJEV r' if
"YOITVK. OOT MB. JEFF." FITZ6IMM0NS GASr-ED.
h "ght I couldn't est, I couldn't round and that when th time rame
",Mf '"J" Jw'i Rd IUhonght It was Fltzslmmons dropped his hands to Ills
surely r-roken One of my. ears was sides and sa'd. "Hit me now" That
' b,l shape, ' ' was funny when my own brother Jack
nttslmmons, when he wrts taken to ' bet fSOO I'd Knock rits out In five
the Olyrrp.c club after the fight to rounds.
bare hot salt water baths and be rub-i
PCfl aown. IB nted as soon as tne run-
.... ... .1
rer triKnecl lis r'bs. He fainted again,
few nenrs later wnen ne tried to
raise his left arm to reach for a hat. ed fight. Fltzslmmons was alvvnys on
That m from mv body punching over, the square The fight Itself was evl-
Mi In. I I ..Inimnn.' rlo-hf h.nd'd.n... .-...!,
wan imi.t . landed t nver mv 1
ere and drue Uje.fliaUTiS knuckles
I0THING more will be done in regjrJ 10
building additions to the Moana i.oU
until the result of this prohibition ag. ion
is decided. Prohibition is a mistake for u. ;
country and will hurt our prosperity. The
present liquor law is a good one, and, is
entitled to the support of the people. Let
them have higher license if they want it. In
my opinion, prohibition is wrong. Tourists
do not want to be tied down by any such
piece of legislation as a prohibition law.
I hey won't come and that is all there is to it.
qPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur,, unique In its
assemblance of ihecr walls of RTcat height," Imposing peaks,
and tho number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to tho Park line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific, and Santa Fe.
0. W. IEHMER, Traffic Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
We have just received from the S. S. Wilhelm'ina a
Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in
EMBROIDERIES und LA.C.ES
They are all well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
high-grade goods. '
ALL AT 3c AND lOo A YARD
Come early and pick the best patterns. '
The Yat Hirtg Store
HOTEL BETWEEN BETHEL AND FORT STREETS
as with a sound hand The Joints of
lion's left hand were buckled towanl
the end nf the fight, but he didn't hold
back his punches.
And the funny thing Is that a sport
ing writer In Ban Francisco supposed
to know something about the game
all this damage done In the ring
then went away and wrote that
nd then went away
the fight was a fake He sent out a
story that It was fnmod" for Fllx
slmmons to He down ln the elzuth
The whole cou.ur7 lau,hnd down the
"fake" storv SIv frlond. all Ira.-,
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that there wasn't money enough lu dr
eulatlon to Induce me to fight a irook
Some time after our ilirlit l-'liiin
mom and I formed a combination and'
toured the country with a show. F1U
slmmons was a good card because of
the great fight he bad given me. The
show was a success everywhere we
wtut. Arouud through some of ths
western states we met al comers In
stead of boxing together. Some Fits
took on, and some. I took on. It was
In this nay that I happened to make
Jack Mini roe famous.
This Munroe was a miner working
In Rutte, 'Mont. He bad been a good
football player and amateur champion
boxer of the Pacific coast
Img before we struck Butte our
I.1..'10? "gent hld P'Cke1 hlm 0Ut' '
I1:'"' Know a t.hln ,bout Munroe.
x" Z . ! l P CeU' aDS
n" ,he p,e"ple 5.'re Pted to sr
forae flfh,,lnf', Th" ,ow whoJ11"
been selected for Fltzslmmons didn't
ktintt linw tn UtrUt mrtA Is nvafl siiaK
n poor exhibition that Fltzslmmons
knocked blm out In a round to end It.
Mose La Fontltej a good little fighter
from Montana, who won a lot of fights
all over the west, went on next ard
knocked his man, some ic-o'ic! r'ter
named Foley "olif In n .roili.d too
That leff only Munroe ard me It
wasn't much of a show to give with .1
packed , house out In front I tolc.
Fltzslmmons I was going to let Mun
roe stay as long as I could nnd try tn
give the people In attendnnce a run for
"Uon't you be' a fool," said nob
"You. get In there and finish him ni
quick" as you can, You'ro clumpier
and you can't afford to feci nr n '
with a dub."
I thought I knew best, so I went out
and boxed lightly and gave the ralr.er
a chance to make a showing. I was
careful not to hurt him. Fltz was mr.
as a hatter when I came back to my
corner after the first round, no roast
ed mo to a turn and told ,me to go
out and end It. In the next round I
sparred easily again, but I bit Munroe
In the stomach and dropped him hard
er than I meant to, and I was afraid
be wouldn't get up. But he did. In
spite of Fltz, who was almost raving,
I let Munroe stick until the fourth
round Then I went ln to finish blm,
but every time I feinted for an open
ing or stepped ln with a punch be
dropped to tho floor withont being hit
nnd took the' count, He was on bi-,.
knees so much that I didn't bavo
Chance to knock him out That was
all there was to tho Munroe matter In
Rutte, but some time later I gave the
miner a real fight and quieted hlra for
That night Clark Ball bad a falling
out with Fltzslmmons. He rushed over
and signed up Munroe and began wir
ing all over tho country, telling the na-
pers that Munroe had won a decision
over me in four rounds and had knock-
ed m rlnim.
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FHi'lmmons was sore as a bear. He
offered to fight Munroe and gtra him
$000 if he stayed two rounds, jfel.
ther Munroe nor Clark Ball could aee
It. nnd Munroe wouldn't fight me an
other four rounds for any amount of