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RVKNMNd I1UI.LKT1N, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, JUI,Y 28, 1910.
do not wonder under (ficse clrcum-stnn-rs
thnt the committee found
Hint nidi a condition existed, and If
there nre no pinna and specifications
to lie found, t dn not pen lion' the
County Auditor rould Ai)rtlt thelitis
for contract work. I think ho plnYee
; iinuseir in a very serious position, 1
" "" " - j think thnt thin In a very serious nf-
ni p M..LI!' fnlr and Unit It shiiud"lic brought
nuns rur ruiiiii t.
Road Work Calls
(8pc lul t'orrcspoiulciuo. )
IIII.O. Hawaii. July 25. -The-
-Hoard of Trade has decided to make,
a full mid complete lutestlgiitlnn of
the building of the new llonolll ro.id
by the county. Keiy piisisc of the
"liinltcr. Inc'litllng the actual con
Bt lutloii ami the legality of the con
trails and the payments ninde there
under. Is to be minutely scrutinized,
und to show that the board means
business, the lommtttce which has
been given this work In hand has
been empowered to employ legal as
sistance If It finds It necessary.
The nintur was brought Up at the
meeting of the board held ' fast
Thursday afternoon, when the ic-,
purl, wan read from Engineers Rich
nrd ()u I n n anil A. A. Wilson, who
were a fow weeks ago appointed a
committee by the lioard to cxagilnq
the work done on the road so far.
This-Is, however, In the main; n pro
lltnlnnrj report, which will probably
be fallowed by a mo'ru completo'lto'v.
i r-T?l? '!,rl ,nal n'1 engineers. ;iuil
been hampered In their -wlirk.
tiroilgfi nn apparent luck (ff plans
and specifications relating to part of
the work, was the subject of consid
Secretary McKay stated that he lie.
Ileved, from what he had been able
to leant, that there were no such
plans. He had askcil tho County
Clerk for the plans and specifications,
and had been given a bundle of doc
uments, but Mr. Qiitnn lintt said that
It did not contain all the documents
needed. McKay had asked the cterk
for further documents, and had been
told that Chairman 'Lewls'T of , iy
ljoiirlpf Supervisors hail thcm,'rth4
tii.ijhc, wojild furnish) tbmuAut Uipy
had not put In appearance. Pros!
dent Hlchards and McKay had then
again asked for more pluns, but there
Kcciucd to be no more such In exist
enrej at least, the County Clerk
thought there wero no more.
"Thls la certainly a very remnrk
iibje, statu of affairs," s.ild Stott.
"Hero the county Is upending thou
sands of dollars and It has no plans
and, -specifications for the work, I
the nttcnttou of, 'the taxpayers.
i Work Is being ilnnej which will cvl
' dentlj very (oii0.iave,fj(i,,be 'done
over ngaln.,a ;?,&;, S
lh4t lewilulUibe be
not at pieeynt .to sa-'nr nsitime that
theto wcrt')i p!HtuViTPpim of the
work. There lii)gtt'' beloiue error
ihrouKh the numbering of the plniis.
"In It nut customary to have plans
nud speclllintlons for uninty wprU
on file In the County Clerk's oftlcaiT''
asked Stott "And Is It not neccs.
sary for the County Auditor tojiao
such 7" ' .
"There nre some pinna nud ."aptwl-'
flcatlons on tile," answered McKay.
"Hut wc enn not say how much they
Metrger wished 16 know which
w-eic the portions of the work fur
which no plans. hnI been obtained.
Itlchnrds answered that there were
plans on hand for the I'atikaa section
of the road, but there were no plans
for the walls referred to In the re
port. Mctzger said .that he- had seen In
the- newspapers that Contractor
Drown -had received $31)". for n pile
of rocks'. Was- H not osslhle that
sonlo things had bcttl done outsldo
of tho contrifcl?
ltleliarc'ls suggested thnt the next
step should he, lg appoint n commit
tco to make n thorough examination
of tho entlro matter nnd to appear
before the Hoard of Supervisors.
"Such a committee should have
tome legal assistance," said Scott.
"There Is too much money at stake."
"from whom?" asked Cabrlnha;
"frbm tho County Attorney?"
Tlijs caused a smile nil around,
"Thcro nro other attorneys," an
(tenants said that tr thcro wero
no objection he would nppolnt a com
tnljttce'Xn tako thej'riinUbr beforo tlft
MOfird Jjf Supervisor (his comnilt-
tep toslhavo tho nitUiorltjiito employ
legal advice, If necessary.
There .was. no. flWcctlan, Aud..lUe
chair apiKilnted ns such committee
Messrs. Metiger, Vlcnnj and Hartcls.
Itlchnrds said that tho committee
was instructed to tako the plans and
specifications nnd go berore the
Hoard of Supervisors or Anyone olo
and Hud out what they could about
the work; also to emplo;i legal ad
vice If necessary.
"To look Into the lega'lly of tho
pa) mollis?" naked McUgcr.
"Yes." anything connected with
It," nnswered Itlchnrds.
"Yes, look Into the tegnllly of
the conttnets, the payments nnd so
forth," added Srott.
There wns some further discus
linn. In the course of which the npln.
Ion wns unanlmou'ly expressed thnt
theio wns so much money nt stake
thnt the committee should be glcn
Scott added In closing; that It wns
very necessary that tho work should
be pushed along, ns the llonolll
bridge was In a very )ioor condition.
If that should break down It would
be no cssary for pcopl! u few miles
from llllo to mnko n complete clr
cuR of tho Islnnd to get to town.
The entry book for the Wall Cup
tennis tournament la now- open at tho
Hcrctanln clubhouse, nnd tho commit-
Ico requests that all those who Intend
taking part In tho play tint down their
names nt once; entries will close on
Saturday so there Is not much time
The 'Trail 'and Mountain Club Is
doing wonders liytlUiay of cutting
trulls ntnoiig'tlio'ttliujituln, and A. II.
Kord Ik busy (all li tlmo . Ho has
suggested Hint u nuinber of tho mem
bers follow up Company It of tho 20th
Inrnntry when they nko their hike
oer tho mountains tomorrow.
Saturday, July 30
. JAT CORNYN of San Francisco
Fifteen Rounds Fifteen
C.ih)p Vcrjr, , Sanj.I-'j-nnclo
r . imc CalledEigJitrThirty.,,
PRICES &nViide, &; Reserved
Seats, $2 ani,?l; General Admission,
' n r . nii'iCi')wWiutniiBHn tmr mtmt immtm
mm AND COttNVN
ItEADV FOR FUAV
SENDS LONG LETTER
Contest' Promises to Be Real Good Raphael Has Not Forgotten Hono
luluBoys Arc Having a Qocd
Time Several Tours On Now.
Go Both Men Will Be On the
Job for Sure.
Everything Is In readiness for the
boxing show that Is scheduled to
come, off on Saturday night nt the
Aloha Park, nnd tho two bouts prom
Iso to bo the rent thing. Uirry Twoo
iney Is fixing up tho final details now,
nnd on Saturday night tho fight fans
of tho city should bo treated to us
good ani exhibition of boxing na has
been rccii In (Iic'ho Islands for a long
time., jl , ; ,
Jack Cordc! Is determined lo win
from -I'at'Cornyni and thus reestab
lish himself In tills community. Jack's
defeat try Dick Sulllviu fpiiio time
ago, still rankles In his mind, and
John would like nothing,. (et'er than
to bent tho two brutli'irai'dho after
tho other., v'
Corny li Is pleasing hU foltowi.ru by
the wny ho is shaping up l.l training,
and there are many who think thnt
ho can hand tho knockout drips to
Cordell. That remains to no proved,
however, nnd thcro Is going to be
soma florce fighting bofui-o tho end
Snrconl has improved it lot lately,
and his dully stunts at the Marino
Camp arc wutched by nn admiring
bunch of half-welt). Madison, who. Is
to box Snrconl, will not liuvu much
of a soft snap In tho local ir.au, and
will havo to bo In good cendjtloa If ho
'to,H, -., ...." '
J;'nuncno U going, to havo a rocora
celotirntlon. this year lu.luuior of Xhe
banner crop of tho plantation. All
Vlitr-Honohiln Tlsttors wlliliR I Tljlb"
tlmo'LJt lilelr lives for sure,' and' tho
tc'nh'ls unci swimming" wli bo much
clljbyoV h'y every'orio!
-i a i '
Klg'cl Jnckso'h, (tie well known Mar
athon runner and Bcorer at tho Ath
Idlld' Tark rri(d-w-ecky cames. was
Tickets at Fitzpatrick Bros.. Hotel Irin'rricd last "nlghV and'' hbwr Intends novt. .m,i 'n i.in- intni f !.,. t
and FOrt Streets. . ...' ,.. ' ftf's'ettle Ubwn aa n scdato'famljy man', ixpected. '
Hymnn Ilaphncl, tho brilliant young
catcher who was with tho Columbia
Park boys on their trip around tho
world, and who became n great favor
ite In Honolulu while the boys wero
here, has (hopped a few lines to the
IJ tl 1 1 o 1 1 n,
"Wo often think of Honolulu nnd
tho glorious time wo had there,"
writes Hapliacl, "I wish 1 could play
some more ball down there, nnd It
may happen that I will souio day.
Hen 'Katz you will remember him
was Bclcctid to net lis lloy ' Mayor of
Sun Kranclu'co for a week. Ho had a
great tlmo and made a good 'mayor.'
"tho boya at present nre on anoth
er trjp through. tho Northwest. They
left on Juno 10 nud are to return on
July 31, Thoy tako In Washington,
Oregon nnd other states -
'"Another party from tho club Is
wnlklng from San Francisco to Ku
rcka and buck again, Forty-five boys
nro In tho party and they nto doing
well. Still another party known ns
tho Hoy Scouts, wero camping nt Clo
vcrdale 03 miles from Krlsco. This
party Just returned homo after n four
"Our ball team has met with much
siicccsb Blnco our return from Hono
lulu, nnd wo havq defeated nulto a
number ,qf city nud country .teams., ,
Ono of tho .kangaroos thnt we
brought from Australia died tho other
day,, nnd we sent hlm'to tho Museum
tq,lo stuffed.- The other curios that
wo brought homo -aro on exhibition
Iff th'o MusciYni. "Vnrnow close", with
Alohu t,o all those kind people I met
Ip .Honolulu remember mo to Dick
Sullhan, who Is un old Columbia
II II It
There wil bo a Novelty golf ornu
ment at tho Country Club on Qunday
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA is n linrmlcqs BiiDstitutc for Cantor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It In
plcnsmtt. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotics stupefy). It
ngeisils guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays
FcvcrishncsB. It cures Diarrhom nnd Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipntion
nnd Flatulency. It nssimilntcs tho Food, regulates
tho Stomach nud IJoivcls, giving healthy nnd natural
sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's
Tlio r gy? . jr. Is on every wrnppcr
slgniituro of l&tttyy. -cicUU of gcntilito Cnslorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"Mypatknu inTtrUhl? pfifro l ho ocllon of your
Cittorlt.'.' W, W. Tcbt)b, M. I).,
BnCilo, N. Y.
Hl)nrlnStnyinHrrl prucllcn I kn.w nf rmn
CM vlirrayn-tr(C'Mlorl. w iw nrwf rllw.1 .nil hhsI
ttiuigoudrtaulu." E. Moms in, M.I),
BL Loul., Mo.
"Tnnr C.ptorU W (rrtoltily h rrnlrfl ttmrAj
for tliiJrra;t'lji4iTrtfi I know vn oih.r prw
ptlcUry WtlU n lilcb ! ll rnil."
B. S. tkuwAnii, M I),
Children Cry for F
t ora your Cwlorl anil itlK 1(4 tiw la ull
ftmllhs) nhcro ibcrt ro children,
J. W, IH.1ID1LI, M. D.(
" Tonr OrtorU In the brr frmn!f In thu wo'M
for rlillilrcn aul I hi 60I7 tnn 1 u and recom
in? dJ,m Auila' V. SwttLAND, M. D.
, . r
'IiiTflnfri! jottf CitotUa a' tmrcatiTe la tb
mm of chiMrrn for jcurf'jiait wtrn dim t hippy
rCcct, and full c&dorM It a a anfo Hmtdjr,
H. aiJiWrtia, U. I),
In Use For Over 30 Years.
(MY STORY OF MY
By James J. Jeffries
Jfrnirs haimvo to natrr jonNWN.
(Cepyrlfht, 1110. by McCtur Nfwaptjwr
Byndlcitt. Copyrlcht In Canada and
Ortat Urtuln. All rlshta reMrvcd.)
MT RETIRXMENT AND HOME LirE
AND THE MATCH WITH JOHNSON,
IT wis In New York that I finally
made a match with Munrne. 1
fousht him on the night of Auj.
26. 11XM, In the Mechanics' pa
Jlllon, San Francisco.
how, to give Munroe liti due, he
might hare slrrn snj other man a
food flEht that nlsht, but he knew I
twas In that ring to wipe ont the fake
story of the affair In Butte and he
wain t rolnc to be rery gently ban
died. When be got Into the ring be
kitted bis brother goodby. His face
was patty white. He was so nerrous
be couldn't alt attll.
When the bell rang I jumped right
out and danced around Munroe. He
led with the left, but fell shorts then
he clinched, "
As soon at wt were clear I hooked
blm on the chin with my left, and he
went down heavily.
In the aeconj round I went out to
see how fait I rnuld land punches, not
putting pear all of t,y powi lntontny
one blow. The first Wt split Mimroe't
lips and loosened lift teeth; then a
hunch of rlghtt and lefts In the body
lent blm down. Kddle fJraneyi beian
counting. Jnit at the end of the connr
Munroe got up, and I shot a short
right to bla Jaw and put him dovn
again hard, nit lr?t bent, ami he
dropped In a heap. A he wer trylr.a
to get up Orancy putbnd me away and
said Munroe bad ben cvuated out.
I settled down row to quiet' fam
ily life no more stive work, no more
flghtlniOl bettered thst I'd never put
on a fighting utove again, I bourht a
fine ranch of 145 acres near Los Ange
let, with a country house on It, nnd be
came a farmer again, FV trro yenrs
I worked bard on my ranch, clearing
way the bnuh and then putting a
hundred acres In alfalfa, which trrnwa
eight crops a year In ray country.
the ranch. I was tired of fun and
publicity.' Here I waa Juit a farmr
agin, and It wai great.
Trom tltrra to time, of course, I went
to tie a good fight iomwhere or other
or took a good hunting trip to the
mountains or went fishing at Cntallna
towc, cut It tip Into lota and told again
with a profit of 20,000. A friend of
mine nnd myself cleared $35,000 on
another tract, so I didn't need to fight
to earn money. In the next year I
went Into pnrtneriblp with another
friend, and we got one of the 200 bar
where w have the liett fishing In the llcenaet In Ix Angelet and built the
world. I was as healthy at a man finest cafe west of New York. That
could be. It used to inukp me luh 4k a big )iioney maker .tool Vlttlng
when some one lent me tho pnpert It up coat iiirr $50,000, I moved Into
and I read stories of my "illKtlpati-tt .town tinw tn my. big bonis and attend
life." Why, no man since Noah's time ed to the cafi". Recalls I wai there
ever lived a cleaner lire than I did. up I so much nf the time the old storlei
early and to bed early nfter a hiird! about tny drinking broke out' again. I
day's work. never did drink to any extent. My
After two years on the ranch I built1 limit was usually a glass of charged
Nevada. ..TT.o, -rot,iotrrsVd im Is
o3r!Jy, "rjil,' .l'o liwiyvl.h; ti
tle U U winner, 1 ::ui--l. Kobody
can pj;t away chaui,MitUI-,Hi. Hut
tliry fcM rviTjtwd.- I lir.d . -,rn" the
tltif lo IItiV'p'(r lie stopped Root,
and I didn't lake tlic trmililo to deny It,
While I was In rptlrenient Rill
Squires came over from Australia.
Billy Dclaney went to work and sign-
I WENT OUT TO SEE HOW FAST I COUT.D I,AND PUNCHES ON
t fine town house, with everything In water with about n tpornful of claret
It that on could want and everything In tr, and only a few of those,
the best I could buy. I won't any what When nm tmntlnr nr vrorklng I cilv-
lilt coat, but It's Insured for JI.1.IW). nn'nt ii-t trlili (Inv fi-!u:tir mm llitin
did the heavy work myself, mid 1 1 It's something of a houte. In the samsl often refrreclng linporlnut flKhts. One
nerer entoved Ufa mora than dnvrn on' run r T honh traf e lan1 n.r h' nf , . h ir,.nM, Mk n iR
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"TOU KOCXID UK POWH AT Bl'TTK,
DID TOU J"
ed for a fight with Bqulret. Hut I
uudn't given him the right to repre
sent me, and I refused the match.
Tint broke up my old association with
One disagreeable thing happened
about this time. My reputation has
nlwajs been clean In ring affairs, and
If any crooked work kas ever been
planned in connection with any of my
f ghts I've never known about It. In
fnrt, I don't think any ever was plan
ned, for people have known that I'd go
out to win and would -win. But whllo
I was at home In Los Angeles a cer
tain heavyweight, who shortly after
ward became notorious through the ex
posure of hli trickery, came to my
home to see me. ne talked a little
while and beat about the bush, apj
then be 'said;
"I bav Just been over In Nevada.
One of the promoters over there put
up a proposition to me that sounded
like a lot of money. He said thntie'd
give A purse of $35,000 for a fight be
tween .you and me, thn he'd put
$50,000 In the bank with the purse, and
you could hare the whole. Sn.000."
Here ha stopped and looked nt me
queerly for' a moment.
"Tes?" I said.
"Of course," he went cm. "the pro
moter would have to tu.nl-r ''l non-y
out of the match some war "irtM t
the pate, and I'd have to m"V" m'n"
too, If you cot the whole pum aud at.
that money too. 'We'd htve to ninl-"
It out of the betting. If yivi ton t
couldn't make anytblnc lT"a .
"On on." I said qulolly,
"Well," be Bald, fldseilag around A
little, "you see, ,lf he put up all that
money for you he'd expect mo to win.
,You'd linve to He down."
"del out nf my house I" I snld. .
Tho faker g"t up ami Ixkhii to ex
plain. "Oh, I knew )nu inilln:t lis
ten to anything like tlmtl" be until. "1
was just telling you nlmiit It to show
bow fnr some people will go."
"Oet out of my liouie," I said again,
"and get out quick!"
He got out, and he left town. I'm
glad he did. I'm ono nf Jhe ilowett
men In the world to rnute ami natural
ly one of the most peaceful, but when
I once start I go the limit. I'm Kind 1
didn't meet that fellow agnln within
the next few weeks. I wut smolder
ing llku a volcano.
Jack Johnson, the black flchti'r, had
been trying to get a mnli'h Willi me
ever since I left the ring. The big ne
gro kept on challenging me. In tho
meantime Tommy Burns, a good fight
er for a little fellow, cleaned up the
heavyweights In America, went to
England, Ireland, France and Austra
lia and' earned the heavyweight title
by defeating the best In all those coun
tries. Johnson followed htm to Aus
tralia nnd they fought. Burnt was
enme nnd aggressive, but the handicap
In size and weight were too much for
him. In the fourteenth round the po
lice stopped the bout, and Johnson
wns given the decision by Hugh Mc
intosh, the referee.
Johnson came right back to this
In a little while the whole world wat
calling for me to come out and defend
the supremacy of the white race.
Johnson outfought Al Kaufman In tes
'aiT out or irr boucb," i tin.
rounds, although there was no deci
sion, and knocked out Stanley 'Ketcbel,
tho game little middleweight cham
pion, In twelve. Fltzslmmons, Cor
bett. Phnrkcy. Ruhlln all the old tim
er wV could fight had passed by.
rvr-where my friends were begging
n.c to come eut and fight amln. The;
'Clued to think I was the only man
-'" nn'd stop the big and clever ne
As f.ir ni)si'lf, there wns no rv.is.n
for my tUtitlnic again, I hid a good
borne, many friends, a coed. buitneM,
J RECREATIONS I
TIM.' PA UK.
Tho wonderful ncrolmtn nnd strong
men, tho Crnttons, nro RlvliiK ii won
derful porfiirinnnco nt tho Pnrk. This
theater Is putting; nn nn unusually
good vaudeville performance this
week, In addition to tho moving pic
tures nnd the place Ih Jammed at ull
times, tho sidewalk being filled with
patrons waiting for it rlmnca to enter.
Ethel May Is singing In bettrtr volco
everything a man could want. And I
had been out of the ring for over five
yenrs. Hilly, Delaney lny tnkl ,me, I
remembered, that' no champion could
stay out of the ring more than two
years and come back at hit best. I
knew that I was In no condition to
fight now. I had taken on weight and
bad lost the old ambition that a cham
pion must have. But the pressure
became too great. I announced that
I'd work and when I knew I could be
the old Jim Jeffries again I'd fight,
thnn ever nnd tho Desmond slstcrn
havo Homo very pretty oonts nud cos
tumes. pjn.ei:fcs 'ni.NKY ,
, PinfcsKor An'tnfilo'x dOK ntid mon
key circus iVnil' U n'rst-cViiss'Vnildovlllo
I bill, Including moving -pictures, nro
tho nttrii'ctlotis which help li'l 'the
Princess Illnk eafcli night A t-liango
of program Is' promised fnr ilils even
ing. There will bo n'tip'oid-if liintlnco
Saturday nt hnir-pnst two 'or ladles
Putt particulars of Jordan's1 sulo of
Muslin Underwear will appear In Sat
urday's 'Tin II lot I' n. "'
their bids from allpTer the .wortd. No
such sums were ever offered for a
fight before. The winning bid, a purse
of $101,000 And control of tie moving
picture Arrangements, offered by Tex
Rlckard and Jack Uleason, was a
Under Sam Bergers Dullness man
agement I started out with a big ath
letic show rind toured the country,
making a new fortune from tbat alone.
And everywhere I trained hard. The
fight was a sure thing now.
JEFFRIES' FIRST MEETTNCJ WITn .TA'.ITC JOnNSOJT.
and If i couldn't I wouldn't fight' for,
lore or money, ,
So I weut.out'ou a long trip with an,
athletic ahqw. All through the east
ern .states' the people kept calling to
me. Often I was tempted to say I'd
fight Johnson, condition or no condi
tion. And when at last I began to
get Into shape and feel the old fight
ing spirit crowing strong I Announced
that I'd fight. I put $3,000 In the
hands of Bob Edgren, sporting editor
of the Now York Evening World, my
old friend tn the Carson training
ramp, as a forfeit for the match.
Then I went to Germany with my
wlfo for n little vacation. There I
took long runt over the quiet country
-o.-tds to the Intense amaxement of tho
-.attves and got Into better shape stIIU
Upon returning tn America I stgued
rtlrlet with Johnrou. I'll give tho
it-gro credit for one thing be didn't
bluster now, but came right down to
builneia. Promoter cam or sant tn
Jt.ryft mnntlii before the date flntl,
whlv'h was the th of July. 1010," Jnit
lacking a mouth of six years after my
fight vrtui .lack Munroe, I went Into
hard 'r iulag In s mountain ramp at
Howard, urno, in Ratta Crux count? ,
I have with ire aa spurring p-irtp;r
Bob Annstrontt. the big colored faUow
on whom I broke my thumb the night
of my first appearance In the east,
whan the newspapers made mo out a
dub because I couldn't go on snd fight
Bteve O'Donnell the same night with
lay Injured band. (
The fight Is before me now, I feel
that I win be fit to defend the title I
won years t$o from Bob Fltislmmons.
I know Johnson Is a good man, and I
expect to have a hard fight on my
hands. Perhaps this time PIl even
have to draw on that niwrve force
that I have novo.' needed yet. And If
I do I know that It will be there. -