Newspaper Page Text
f r 'i""
A II. I.S I""'
, ,-t .
KVRNINU lim.l.RTIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., MONDAY, A1ICJ. 20, 1!)10.
-rrr.TX. . ..fe'StfaSS
BY V L.
JACK CORDELL BEATS PAT .
CORNYN IN FIFTEEN ROUNDS
Jack Cordell defeated Tat Corny n
un Satin day night In a fifteen round
boxing Kiutest which went to the,
Unit. The light was Coi dell's right
through. He carried the contest to
I'at and landed some wallops that
would have knocked out any ordi
nary man. I'at took all that was
(inning to him, however, and asked
for more. Of the fifteen rounds
fought. Cordell had the better of
ten; I'at curried the -honors In
three, and a couple were even. In
the last lound Cordell hud Tat on
the ropes most of the time, and It
looked as if n knockout might com"
lit any moment.
The contest was n good olfe, an I
both men fought a cltfiili, square .to,
Th fans were very ideased, mil os
long as boxing. Is conducted In the
tame manner mora win be no kick
coming from anyone.
Cordell was In better form tlii.i
when he met Corhyil rtt tile Atolu
l'aik, and be had evidently taken oft
romu weight. Jack was there with
the goods for sure, am) he fought ft
good, clean go that pleased every
body Jack's smile as lie trotted
bubk to his corner wils d treat fb
cee, and It was easy tti see tight
from the start that he felt confident
I'at Coruyn put up it great go, drill
he did good work with his straight
left, which would tap Jack on the
none two of three times In rnpld
in -cession. Still, rat did not lunu
many on Jack, and the. best punch
ho got In seemed to be an uppercut
which wus delivered Just us tho men
came out of a clinch In the ninth
' lit every round there was much
clinching, mid In the Infighting there
wero many good punches delivered
to the dinner department. The men
broke at the ordex of 'the referee,
. anil, taking It altogether, the flglt'
.was a pretty one. Thn audience was
enthuslai,ts, und whllo one portion
rooted for "Paddy," the rent of tie
bunch yelled for Jack to go III nm
give Cornyn "a dream of hcayep."
Cordell trained faithfully fpr Sat
urday night's contest, am) the cmine
nuencc was that he breathed like nn
Infant right through the bout. In
fact, Jul k wus more like tho old
Cordell who put up those two good
battles w'th Dick Sullivan. Jack
nnnoutr ed when ho came back to
Honolulu this tlmo that he was go
ing to do the right thing and make
good. He has done, so and all his
ftleiuls aro pleased with tho showing
Pat Cornyn nlso fought a really
good battle nnd he showed that ho
Is game to tho backbone. Time nft
er.'time Pat would receive a Jolt front
Jack Uiat threw his head back, but
Hewould vomo In again like a tiger
, ' ntnl t.l nlsla Pnpilall Pnrn tti isnu In
' excellent condition' and showed that'0" "". ,fJ'!, """" 'I1.?' be h"'
he had been well trained; his men-
tr i,.,v rerlnlnlv t.t.n .,!
of Ills training stunts, nnd Pat
could not have been In better con
dition. Mike Pnlon refereed the contest
mid, as usual he made u good Job o f ,, , ,, Iirecantlong ',iaJ
his work. Mlko knows the game and(,ecn ,ttkt,n t0 ,ireBCrV0 e viceroy
ho summed things up corroHly when, from harn, Mnliv ,.., m.nla ,,nvo
he gavo tho decision to Cordell,
Iirry Deo was timekeeper and,
perched up above the ring, handled
tho gong, In his oldtlme expert fash-
Inn. Hilly Warliam of restaurant
ftimn i.rnu n ,,,... .i,.u- .....I llltl'u vnlrn'
...a ..o U....U....1V,, u,.u ..... ....-.
(.ould bo heard nil oyer the house
Wllen no ciiucheu out ins cnesi.
; JThore were two preliinliinrles, ,liut
inn ursi wu ii ninny uuuir wiuvn
(ould hardly be called a (ontest.j
"Scotty" arid Thompson "got Into tho
ring, ailH after thoy had spurred
around for, one round, Jlmmlo Fox.'
tho referee, told Scotty he hud better
got In and mix things. .This start- 'Hn visit may ho undertaken to corn
ed Scotty ufter his man; rtud shortly, ''" "'o sodUlonlst Teellng with tho
niter- tho beglnnlni; iiif Oio second
I on ml Thompson .decided thu't the
floor wus u nl'e soft place to settle
ln. He accordingly did u splendid
nVtfng stunt, aniL selecting a puirh
... . .. ...-..
tptii was coming ins wuy, ten uuik iuu iimnKu nun uui
'frtilii It und did the sleeping urt. Tho '" ,r,',,t """'i "l'. Instead of vas
fSis only laughed ut tho bout, and Hal fhloflulns. rompelent observers In
tlujti the Biiond preliminary, bo '"l' io ronvlucd llm iigltulors will
tweeii ,ih) Midtirn ami Jack Coll, ,u ("1IU''1 ,f',r '"'"'V vn" ' mo. and
,, , m' himself would not be subjected In
This lonte.t was kriiinluli.il li un
nix iiiuuds. but ut thn mid of the
Hllfil rmiiid IIih an was sloppeil, us
J. wiu in mil u nt Unit Cull liud
..iMiy iiiHiii-M uaiiiiiM einiurn. in
Il.wl ...... I .U..U 1.11. 1 II I
,e l-.mUl sums nn.. wl on .liiu's
miD. Ill lhi iMtiiHil si.isi h,i mui,
Hfllll iill nn-r lliu HHK, nnl id-
llwujli limy hih wwirfHH In hit
I"HI ."I,..-. H 4I I.J H MIIIM. Hfl'l
fighting "clean break," they appear
ed to be Bcrapplng nny old style.
Coll had his fa o cut open In the
second round, and It was seen that
he was verv wearv. He. however.
showed great gameness, and come at'
Ills man with all Ills lirBt wnllops.
He might as well have lilt a tree.
for all the difference It made tti Mc'
Guru, und everhody was glad when
the go was stopped and the decision
gUen to McUtirn.
There was a barney before the
McOurn-Colt go started, an the men
would not agree to each other's pro
poxate as to the rules of the fight.
Klnall) It was decided to toss up,
and the clean break won out.
There were the usual fight fans
to by seen around the ring, and many
well-known people were In the body
of the theater. All was good na
ture, and everybody seemed to enjoy
themselves. When tho Cordell
Cornyn buttle ended, C'ordell Jumped
actors the ring and tried to land
a punch on Jack MrFaddcn, who
was in Cornyn's cornpr. There was
Some ill reeling right through the
light between McF.tdden and Cordell,
and tile latter accused the former of
having used Bonie bad language to
Kxreptlng the ilHigreenble Inci
dent at the finish of the go, the
content was a good one mid eVery-
boiy was pleased with tho entertain
meiiL ' - l llhuaouL
to i n mi
lURK i nriK
King; George May Visit ThKt Court-
try to Bring About Harmony.
LONDON, August' 131 Alarming' fe-'
ports nr; In circulation ns to tho sit,
nation (n Indja that Sir Charles Hard
l"K will liavo to meet on his arrival
111 the East. King George may soon
elect to faco tho music In tho EaBt in
nn effort at pacification. There aru
tyo distinct types of discontented na
tives. Ono section, Including tho
more Ignorant ioople. Is altogether
Irreconcilable to tho Ilrltlsh. The sec
ond section, including several native
Editors and piogresslves who hnvo had
a Western education, have more un
dorstaudlng and sympathy wl(h tho
Ilrltlsh attitude, but they aim, at do.
voloplng India as rapidly us Japan
has progressed In the last forty years,
with a full natlvo participation In In
I.ord Mlnto, the rehiring Viceroy,
yus made awaro a few days ago that
tho extent of unrest was greater than
he supposed. Tho weather being 'hot
"" V i. . . ,' -
""'' ,0 fl "' ",Um C"VCrt''' W" d""
meshed wlro netting,
Ills stuff were reluctant to tell why
this had linen done, but under pressure
lliey admitted that so many missiles
were flnnc? nt nftlHnl oi.ro I., thn, .....
sent Hi lr families homo to England
of lute In caso n serious storm breaks.
If has been suggested to Klnir
(Jeorge that ho should my n visit to
India In Ids capacity of Emperor. Ho
n.. .1... r.. ...
..in, Hiu utt-ii navo pleasant memories
of their tour of tho great'dependency
as prince and Princess of Wales,
Moreover, they noted a much better
jeeiniK in ireinnii liner they vlslteil
thnt distressful isle, and they enjoycl
themselves thcie, though neither
Qncen Alnxandrn nor Queen Victoria
considered aft'-'lllsh -visit a pleasure,
It is quite nn tho cards that the In-
Kiamoir nt tno royal jiresenoo amid
mugiilflcnit surroundings. During Urd
Ciirmn's tcrm'ns Vlceh the prldo of
,lm"' Indian nallvo princes was galled
"V '" Hin consldensl sllghlH t"
IhnlM .lltrnll.. If II... nu.. .. ..,
"" " ''"," PPr Ul nrst
. ' ' J ... . '
1 I All I IIIH Ull Dill III lil IUhfiiiiilitil
mill in fir -i niiiiik I'm iiipiii.i ,.... r.......i
.,., ... . ,lllu . pL , ,,. ,.
,..,,.,.,,.,,,,..,, , ,,. ,,,,,
' "' '' U I'''
-.. ..-, , , ,,-- IMT" " ! I (lilt
,if) ,mi)1 ., ,!,,, H)
,'i,i HMiUHtl imilNihly m fj
mmM hr ilmli diIiiih.
II.. ,, ,.,,.. II. ...... ,., ,.
III II k I i. . ... " " '!
WASHINGTON, D."C. Aug. 10.
Senator Frank P. Kl Ut of California
Is slated to sit cod Itldiard A. Halt
linger fts Secretary of the Interior,
according to rumors hero which nro
generally credited. Political Inter
est which was aroused when It was
reported that the mission of Senator
Murray Crane when he traveled to
St Paul from lleverly was to nsk
llalllnger to retire from his office
has not been lost with the semlofll
clal denial of the report. Politicians
hero, believe that Crano nnd Ilallln
ger discussed the retirement of Hal
linger for the sake of the party In
tho coming cnmpa&n. Crane's state.
nient that he asked llalllnger to be
"e caiullfite for tho Umlteil
Stntes Senate In Washington Is con
sidered by many politicians us a very
gentle and Inoffensive way of con
firming thU former rumor.
If It is, realy true thnt-Jtlnlllnger
has been asked to resign, h'ti'd most
politicians here concede' that after
tho report of the Hallln'gor' Investi
gating committee, 'his ret.Vefilent Is
h probability', It Id believed' that the
matter ijfii-iiii:e.eort,liajL alreajlylj
ureu cuiivuKseu. most ot mem oe
llefo thhtAIiaiOnltfinrilfcgunlo Sen
not be a candidate for reelection has
been tentatively selected for tho
There are many reasons that tend
to strengthen the belief that Senator
Flint may soon be n member of Taft's
official family. It Is pointed out that
Flint, who Is classed as a llalllnger
Ite, Is also friendly with Plnchot.
Flint Is a member of tho llalllnger
investigating committee nnd Is a
warm friend of President Taft. Ho
Is a former partner of Oscar I,aw
lor, ass'iitant attorney-general for
tho department ot Interior, am Is
lilfo friendly with mnny, persons W.!'P
slued with Plnchot lu .bis. contra-.
verity with the president se-cretarjj
j ""Flint In 'ii filend of Director h
in -.cwcii 'ot mo uorinumiion ser
vice. Whom llalllnger has sought fo
dc'liosc. A jonr ago Flint wcnton
a' fishing it rip ' with Plnchot und for
mer Oovernor Pardee of -California,
who Is regarded as ono of the lead
ers of the consorvatlonVtts In ,the
West! This Is tnkqu as nn Indica
tion" 'of Flint's persona! friendship
thY those men. He Is nlso person
ally 'friendly with, many of tho
leading Plnchotltea Tfla, general
"friendliness" is the . strongest .as.,
'ie't 'lie has when his claims for pt
yecretnr,fshlp are cans:-dered,ilnec,prflJ
ing to mo politicians, iney. say u
would bo hard to find n man will)
could fit Into the niche without caus
ing more bitterness in some quar
ter tlinn Flint's appointment would
The one drawback that Is consid
ered a real obstacle to his getting tho
portfolio, according to these same
politicians, Is his, alignment with the
so-called Southern Pacific machine
FOnT'SHAFTER.NEWS, ' "'
' " FIELD' AND BARRACKS, ,
It U cuHtomurV ror'fc"rcElmeut to
huvo a gun"pfat(xin, liut' considering
that there Is "lint' one "battalion atf
Fort Shatter, a bejuud of men has
u p.ked out to i',u!n tlie' big "life rent 8cc in patchlns up a wound
trojer." Compa'nV f' furnlshea e neart ffPh n -the nilnds of
' .1 tl.A ,,li vultt. iia ni tltn liAanltnl wno
tho men, nnd each morning during
the regular drill hour these men go
through stunts with the gun, und
ure becoming very otllclent in man
ning a gun of this size.
ill tine of wur the essentiality ot
communicating from one body of
troops to another without the com
prehension of the enemy is so great
that many different modes have been
Installed In army maneuvers. At
this pot great Interest Is taken In
signaling wf.li Hags, and the men
are becoming' very upt In the drill.
Orders can be transmitted with a
rapidity that Is surprising. One
hour eaclduy Is spent (it thlU drill,
und Is. (nlled the signal squad, con
sisting mostly of -nou-commlssloned
OverfleM in Hospital.
Private Overlleld of Company II Is
a patient In tho post iospltal. Over
flejd Iihs- suiuagrnatiirt of' the
jjst , elrfiliW months ot thi? fslck,
list Ami ih(ulH fiy., tils tlifiu be able
to make u flr'sl-'cfu'ss private In the
Hospital Corps, He Is up and around
mid spends his spare moments act
ing us ihurbor for tho other men
opllned, to the hospital.
Change in Detail,
Pllvute Kuril of Coniiiiinv (I. who
was detailed on mier'nl ilniv In II,..1
uiiaiteriiiuMer'N department, bus been
lelleved iiwio i.. u u , .
'slniiillni!. Kim. wiiu .i..i..ii..,i i-iu,..ill'iii (llhh'i'is wns held under IRWI
.f III It.. it. III H
' ,"l" IIIIMMM"! IM HIM IMIIIW lllll I
llln. u , ,,., u. . i,,iHr w us
.. . ...
MUMP liiiilishy of IIih iiwllot
mill Will pliiu'ial with lllll Willi.
llllHI'-lslUIMl Mlll I) l k U hlllllK
'Sr'.l.'" f"!'F. I" i'"' II Ul I PI
lie m I
Ufilhi i irnr r-iii'- rv"J-"A-
Q. Wliat is good for my coucli?
A. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. '
Q. How lonfj has It been used?
A. Seventy years.
Q. Do doctors endorse-It?
A. If not.we would not make it
Q. Do you publislt the (ormuL?
A. Yes. On every bottle.
Q. Any alcohol in it?
A. Not a single drop.
Q. (How may I lea'm more of this?
A. Ask your doctor. lis knows.
Ayer's Cherry ktki
FrittrtUr Dr. I, C. ' t U, 1,'i.t " T
' " '
SEWS UP HEART
NEW YOltK, Aug. .1. -p. Holding
tho beating heart of n living man
In the palm of his left hand while
with his right he Inserted stitches.
between heart beats, Into a wound
made in the organ by a knlfo when
the victim was Btabbed during a
quarrel, Dr, Francis T. 8tewart,
clilo(ivl8!Hflg physician at tho Pehn
Bvlvanla Ilosult.il. tirobablv saved
,tho. Ilfq pf Joseph peiite, 23 years
,oldj,n negro, residing' nt a lodging-'
houre, at r,04 South Tenth street.
Tho operation performed by Dr.
Stowart, nt an early hour this morn'
Ing, whon Sponco was brou'glit'-'lnto
tho hpspynl In n dying condition, 'Id
the second wlthjn the period 6f a
montji-ijcveral weeks ao Dr, Stew.
ni, .vhpwas formerly chief resident
physician at the hospital, stitched up
the heart of a negro who had been
stabbed with n pair of shears'. While
thnt vfpllm la Bill! n nntlntil hi- thl,'
hospital, his recover Is almost cer-j
tajn. ' . . ' J
,,. Spnn.ce was stnuued' supposedly'
during iiifiiiajrel iimdng' tho thirty
negro hoarders, at Charles Ribbons'
lodging house at K 04 South Tenth
street. According to (Millions he
discovered the man lying on tho
floor In his room bleeding from a
knife wound In the side, Tho
Twelfth and Pine streets police sta
tion was notified nnd Spcnro was
ruslied to the Pennsylvania Hospltnl
In the patrol wagon from that sta-'
Was Bleeding to Death.
When received ut the, hospital the
physicians at once saw the man was
slowly bleeding to death from the
1 .MudlstiMol Hslgefy frifjrwelflji
and, I!lP,;..l;!r.0,e.,f station w.ih sit (il-
um 11 ei( ip(iaKe an aiuc-moriem siait
nient, but before hohrrlved Spenco
h'ailc become., unifinsrlntis. In trio
nlfitntlmq.inrt.'Stewnrf. fwhoso re-
...., ,,.Vo...u... ,. jf, ,...-) -
aroiiBeiK-irom nis sieep nun nurriou
to the "institution.
Spence wns already laid out on
an operating tiible when the physi
cian arrived. The patient wus eth
erized nnd thou tho operation be
gan. Dr. Stewart, assisted by Dr,
II. II. Morris, acting hlef resident
physl'lan nt the. hospital, made nn
Incision In Spenre's left side, pushed
back tho ribs far enough to permit
tho Insertion of his loft hand, then,
picking up the beating' henrt ot tho
man. tho physician placed It In the
palm of his left hand, whllo with his
light ho rapidly stitched up tho
wound. The stitches, llvo In all,
wero Inserted between, henrt boats.
One delay 'of a second or n sllriht slip
would iifivo'. rtWhl JiistniitUeatil to
the uftUent, . VlVifa fnrt. that the heart
wns bdallnBi)tJciwly, beluw normal
aided tlibSintfyMHan -ranterjally In
his work. "Lty. t, I
. .n-a ' -1
fter Bowhtai un tho wound Dr.
(Stfiwrt putj fjio" heart back) lii Its
IMU.tr, BUICUU , Up II1H ipciKUII HI
tjui side arid Spence was sept pack
Iff the wurd with a good chunrc for
In the meantlmo tho police of the
Twelfth and Pino streets station hud
placed miliums, the proprietor of thn
lodging jiiiuse, mid his thlty negro
1'xlgoi under arrest. The lodgers
w"'" " linrKml ut u IikiiiIiik lfl"
I Maglsl ralu HuKHiiity this iimniliiK.
1...H .... .. ...Ii...
Illlll II II Wlllinaa.
IN THE BMMEII 8EA80N
ililblrmi iivhiIiiiIiHhii i piiiik fiulis
Hllh slnimii'li i,iik it i'iiiiiiiii'iini
liMill.iirn pIhiiiIi Ihivii nn iyii I'iiIh
MIIhiI Ihii IMtln'), Din, Hlu ii U'
ITIHE number of 1911 Packaid cars
already sold is 67 per cent, greater
than the number of 1910 Packards sold
by the same time laskyear.
1 -- . K'
.r ,r H M -tf m m A
. , , . .
POPE'S EFFORTS STAY HAND OF CATHOLICS
AND THREATENED "UPRISING" IS AVERTED
BAN SliUASTIAN, Spain, Aug 10,
Despite the threats of the Curllsts the
troops huvo been able to nialntuln
order hero,' .nnd, while many urrests
hnvo been niade,- thor jmtft of tho
trouble is lieHeved'-tq'bo ovo,r, Cath
olliis aro oxtrcn)uly indignant ut tho
government's repressive measures, ns
they claim that the demonstrations
planned wero not Curllst uprisings,
but wero arranged to show tho illsap
pi m al of tho peoplu to the orders of
Premier Ciiuulnjus, who so fur has
hud (ho earnest support of King Al
fonso (lenoial Weylei's iishIkiiihviiI
lu I'oiiiiiiiind of the 1 1 oops In this ills
II Id U taken In menu (hat Ihu K'iv-iiliimt-nt
ilui's nut liilmiil in nlliiw (lie
llpllnllill Hi sun end Thu (!illiolos
huiu In Hutu thul ihu vrfnris nf Hm
I'd I in in si'lllu Hip fillln iimiHit u
iIMP HHI I iwxf 111 Ullil Hull ju lilej or
lliu HIHIIIIH'I In M lljtlll
m .ktitmim '"n-
Mpy i &,.
5uf "AJK IQiK
Sjf Till MAN KS
Deliveries now boiiiB'made i" ,4
- nyvilotinanL llmltnd. Choice of schod-
i iilo dates by order of purchase.
Catalog show's complete lino In thn
- 'M, Ji'iieV Packard stylo: ( j
Demiinstiatloii by lippolutment.
Von Hnmiu -
! "- i - !! -t.-ftk j fjL j CTtBfrdy
I .tV ? r''' ,.J
uiab. .tt-cnBV mmt'Bmi
ti wMliwsfe'SslasMtl '
1011 Packard "Thirty" Touring Oar
Standard Erminment Inclmles Ton
.J .,l.'.'i 1'f
"i . i ' i
J. - w -
TACKARD MOTOR CAR CO.
Young Co., Ltd.