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Hawaiian Swimmer Not Subject to Cramps and Theory Is
That Something Which He Ate Disagreed With Him No
Direct Word Received From Any of the Party Genoves
A-brlcf Associated Picss cable uii-
der Pittsburg date linn of ) cstcrdny.
Miil" that Duko kuhminmtikii una i
sclxetl Itli crumps during his ilrst
rnci', 11111I tli.it lie wus pulled from the
1 111 1; unconscious. It It Kiitlicrcil frum
the cublu tlmt he, 111111I0 u Bciisutlonul
Hlurt, lint 111 the distance wns only i:o
nt il hccould nut luivo roiic fur be
fore tlio incident Vincent Uenovcs
llnbdied fifth, but the dispatch fullh
tii Mute the 7C of the Held.
This was nnd news to the Honolulu
spo-tlng fraternity, tlio inemberH of .world's figures by I 3-5 seconds Next
which vvcro ciiRerly walling, for what,' on the program was the HiO-jnrd
they hoped would bo Rood news of tlio slinlghtaway race, anil In this again
locul favorite, -Trtmt puke shoutd bojtiuko clcctrllcl the spectators when
taken 111 In the" water In u nostcry to the time of 55 2-5 seconds wus nil
his frle,Iiil ntyc.'li" my that lie bun 'iiounccd. The previous hist for tlio
noer been subject, to ntuthlng of tho 'straightaway vus nn'n minute Hat. this
Mfirl tlml Mm Mnn I .Aa.i ..... ... I
... t, ..r-7f .
........ .....Mv ... uiiiviiiuur iiiikii.
uccount for tlio dlsiistcr, but the tmikH
are kepi rjtiriy norm for
eveiilx, and this inn pot
eiiuc. It Is nioro than
Kimifillilnrr tvlil.li l,itln
..in. 1,1 i ii ..- .- a I
n . v; ,;,. m ' vz:,""i,
water too wmn after eatliiR,
John T. Holier, chilrman of tb com-
tnlflnn tllflt llni,,,Pml t.,lbnu h... l.n.l I
."V..I ":"-. .; .
" .,,.' ,..j .i
to noon today All that Is known at
this end of tho line Is the news car.
rlcd In the press dispatch
Hntiirilay night Vincent Oenoveiwlll
have a rhaneo to show Ills form In the
r,nn.jnrjl jiatjonaijlnpiplpuxjijiij jt ,1s
IlOIJEllAllER IN SPlilf
WORLD. WAS LATE BILLY DELANEY
When it inanor promliitucc In tho
iporttu..MorJd takfiftlio Until count,
hit' history nnd Jils rise til tt certain
Mirt of famo nhas mako Interesting
reading, homo mill, hud they applied
Ibelr tplcntti to cuinmerclal lines, could
lMo risen to bg captulns of Industry,
bt the cull of turf or iliM tr ring
was Inslst.int, and they would nut,leuc
their cboscij lines.
Ohe of thn most recent deaths among
tile) big iiioti of professional xport waa
that of Hilly lAlaitey, who succiiinhcd
Io pticumonlu at bis Oakland homo u
Tew weekh iiro.
Uchmo'tf rcpututlun wits world wide,
lie wuh one of the best known charac
ters In tho boxing Ramo, mostly through
bis remarkablo ability to train tight
ens. Ho ruble w-d his fame through
euiidltlonlug such men us Janies J.Cnr
bitt, Jumqs. J. Jtffrles mid Jack Jnlin
xon Ho wua connected with tho guino
for more than twenty cars and nevtr
inlf.Mil a big light hi Id In that tjine.
It was his (irglng that fed Corbctt,
aiiiuteur champion nnd bank clcik. In
eulrr tho professional Meld,
Had Helping Hand.
Ho was well llkod by all the bnxlnij
fr.tttrulty because he vutt known its it
"Rood scout." Ho made money put of
the xport and spent It frtely, ultliotigh
not to lliu extent that other men. In
lie gnmo have. Delaney hiii) opu po
cullarlty that ntarly everono notltcd, .
and that vvas his frltndxhlp for light-i where ho had lived ever slnte. It was
era and people coniitt,ti;d with thqltiere he entered the boning gitino by
game. Whenever ho liked ituvnna liulmndllpg stcnnij-rntq boxir, bvforjj fie-
vvoiild mi to the, limit to help hint out, ,
but when io disliked 0110 hu wuh hltiliito champions, 'to also associated
tir An liistimiti of this was shown hlmsef llh the Octuple Athletic Cluh
vvlitu lie litlpc.l. Johnsun huit Je(Trlc,s, on tho Ciiant and cnndiittcd some grout
i1)vinuey,didtni( JtffJciR vna;. 1!US.,llw.JvR"' "'"'
A brilliant und llltlni- thwu to n
hiiitetsful day vtts fiirnlslicd by tho
colonial ball at tlleAYotiiif- last night.
True, thcro wasn't us much of the ciu-
illvtll upltH jit ovldeiieo ps mlsht huvo
In tP expected, this being duo lo the
fupt that, the majority of tho dancers
taii)e out of costiinto and Unmasked,
uni Hint tlipso wlilj carried out lo
frolic, Instead of behi.B 111lts Ii) aejowd
of merrymakt rs, fotlnd thcmselvos 011
ptrudo lieforo the soinbti'-facd inut
jorlty I low liver, this didn't ijcein ti)
iLnppeii Ihelr eplrlts,tind its hu hours
woio 011 i,eronu Julllul up und had u
Thu Judges of tliu uuulng veic Jlutr
Adiiilral Walter t. Cntvles, (liilt WIN
ibr, Alonxp Hartley nnd t", It Cooke.
Theli ntvardx were iih follows! ,
I'ur the most orlRlnally coxjiinied
ladj Xllsn "Mumle Kelly." Dicssed
us u Utile t'lrl.
TO FRIENDS HERE
possible Unit Duke will iiIkii enter this
rucc' lf "tillclHitly recovered, im.l the
Hollowing vciinoniiiiy no Will compete
it Chlcngo In tlio SO and 100-)nrd
It huh Atiguxt 12 luxt J in r thutDiikn
imulc lilx rennrknble times In it swim
ming meet promoted by the Hill Nullt
CI11I1. The races were held In the hiir
bor over n straightaway rourxo vvhle'i
hid been urc)ed nnd iropcrly xtiiknt
off In the CO-) mil eent ho miido the
ptieuoincliul time of 24 1-5 seconds.
breaking Charles Daniels' former
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J: . . i: ' y
jjiiueir. hi I
The same nfternoon Duke also won!
but the tanks, The same," afternoon Duke also woi,r ,'i " ""- . SB Z..I r"'' """ fC" " "r" '""" '"0 tn"- ,, , ',
ror all Iniiobr Ihe -'0-v.frVl r.ent .Inline the .ll,l..i.eo' ' "' f"'cn,nK "inking excuses for Tncn , courKP Uu. lmrr,,ar). llW. plonshlp. mid se.ernl
he leentlu "nr,HTelV:"V" '""U "" ln "'' ,l,elllor wt Inlwcno and axxl-t 1,1,,, 'nmeteurs all bard .fftrr
probable tint! ,, wo full xeco ml, Tla .to tl ree """ thou"h "c,ll't' " ''"'' to I.I. feet and o.er the line, thus tak- bnrdly llk.l, that the .1
S .IlwwllJJd ",r,""!, l" ,,"'", ",,lc"'-uf ,,ur',, Mnil from 1.1... the honors ntcn. the bext muik cr
.r,...,a ,...rJ a...... . ...-. . ,, tlm cixe. nnd letting It Rnt tlmt. It's, ,,Pcl,mi ,,ncc course will be touched.
"'"i"":r 'n.;---. .
.for recognition of the CO and 100-.irl
records, but up to the present theyl
huuo not been allowed
.. ... -. - 1 . . .
""" ",,""J,,, ,u,rr ",n r"CP """of 191 pulled Ills team to within 21
11,1111,. ii, .,u j iuiii o iiieoes oilt III."
In n xi'i Hon of tho hu
where there Is only n foot and it half
t,de fall, so that bad there been any
tide. It toiild not hao timiIo any np-
I reliable dllTcrwiicc o the swlminers,
parted mid IManey tfcrntil agalflxthlm
and did nil lip could In beat him.
Ills methods of training were differ
ent limn thnl of otlitr handlers.. II.MC Mjtrs Ill
illtl not Insist on n llgltcr beliR con -
lined to the Rimniixlum all nftprnooii.
litt lie thought Ih'sI for it boxer; wjts
outdoor exprclxp, not road work', put
ImtitliiR, rowing mid llshlng., Tlinound
again ho had spats with his fighters
for dlMibejIng his ordirx. Corbctt wits
11 (lend for road work nnd Delaney did
not llko It, nnd ono, duy he told (,'orln tt
lip was 'leaving his light on the road"
by doing too piutli oiitsldn running
Another time ho culled Jeffries for go
ing out for 11 spin on tho road during
11 torrid xpell and with the dust thick
pi the pitvpinciitii.
Only On Loser,
It -wus through Ills own particular
method of trajting bt Delaney sue
cettlcd In mailing Corbctt anil Jeffries
world's heitv) weight chaitipleins He
was In liltul them In their Jdg tlRlits
And on each occasion It wab evident
itlint his exielleiit eoilliscl wmh nsslstltiir
them. Ho was behind Corbctt und Jrf
frUs In eleven buttles, und In thai time
was behind only ono loser, and that
was when Corbctt lost to Itoh Kltsslm
moiiM at Carson City.
pclaney ,vvis bom in "cw York Jan
nary 8, 1834, but parsed little of IiIm
Muter Ilf9tliere. litrly In tho seventies
ho left tmrp mill went to California,
ting hold of the mtn ho later developed
Toll the iuos,t orlglnally-eostiimed
Bentleiimn A Marshall Chuiitlclcer.
1'or the host colonial tustuinc Miss
Dabs Tiolnr mid K A Mott-Mmlth
l'or tho bct eoiulf N II Courtnay,
ua Henry Clay
J, D Milium), II Cushmun Carter,
I'. I,. Armstrong, II 1.- Mnrx, Ilosioe
Perkins and Duvld Anderson wfrolloor
miinugers, and handled their xmnewhnt
dlltlcult duty In first-class hhape.
Tho colonial ball committee, directly
rcapmislliln for tlpi xuicc,is of the even
ing, WU4 cumposiil of Mrs M. (, Nou
nan, ehalrniali; Mrt. A A Wlldtr, Oco.
I Angus, Mish Agues Walker mid S.
The patronesses went Mexdnnies M.
M Macomb, W C Coules, (Jeorgo It.
Carter, Arthur Wall, J. It. (lull, H. C.
Aljep, II A Mott-Hnilth (leprgc (Sher
tiiiin, II J.'Tlmbtrlake, (leorgo II An
Kiis, J S" Wulktr, II (1. iN'oouap, I,
ptxtiii Illshop, 1' A HcliutfTi ' M
HiMtju, II I' Wk hlu 111 W I Dll
llugliuni, 1' J I.utvre, Jituei D
iuRoerly, II D Teniie J M Dow
sttt und fltrrlt V Wlldtr
f'ot-onatliiii. King (irnrtrr, Oprm
Utilise, Jlpnajy, it;il. ,,ieills 1111 h
111 rriiiiioiiiin idiuiuiiief reiiiiiiM
fiOc, 83c. ,
4 l 4 $ $ t $ -I J
I ot -One RiMt, Minielurc be
tiou the end of the Junior
l.uiRiip xinxon nnd Atbletlo
Turk I'lnder please return to
Asnhl baseball team anil ro
The truck Japanese, team eem
to be on the toboRRnn Jut tiowt
l extenlay the PnrtiiRiicM' took
them Into i.imp Jn the tmif- of .5,
11 to 2. in a Rinie replete with
errors Tlio Asabls are till rlitht,
but at present they nave staRo
frlRbt Tlit lire trjlng too
- & j I' ir
1 $ P
1 he Maul boulers who Inst an Inter-
l.'.tand uiiitcli to the Honolulus oiif the
"Y" 1IrJ '"' "'r'1'. '
xelves. to be Rood sports, Tlicy didn't
tho case, mid IcttliiR It r nt tlmt. !fn
nt .., ,... ..;i i ..
,,.,, rnollRll f(lr rettirn
Williams of Uie lions was i
xtur of the cenlug.
,111s line aeragO
IlltIS 111 HIP IllleV recoril lor dial llin-
wire puiicu '"Ifoll Williams Is a ery clusxy .roller,
riior at Honoliilu llhl) )l0 8 j,(t rou,nR Into his true
form (should hale been eliminated The friendly miitili to ri t the run of the
The Puuneiie team Is a goo.1 one, but Upectntors were allowed, t they bud courxe for Knnila'it l'luy. Sunday Hell'
no belter than the threo leiulliiR tennis n,,,,,),!,' assurance, to tome on the In- mid (llffurd will tukp on lUlllj" nnd
of the "V" league. The men handle h,j0 ttM t ,,tcrfire with matters III lli-oree Angus In a four-ball foursome.
IhcinscLts llko rial rollers, and cnulil I t.ni.ral. On Alexander Kleld there, In. lUt hull iinl) will count, the lisunl
iitiifotibliilly latter last night's seorol,,,, WV( rr t,Hj ,, ! cmb.inlment 'iiRKregutes liejug (ji nut to give, the
with a little local practise lgl.es ewribody ainnle opportunity of pros a ehiiticu to light It out between
Tor the llonoluliis WllJIums rolhd
both high score and average, 213 and
Tor the t'uunenes rial had both high
score ami aceriiRn with 166 and 1C9.
I'UUXl'Nrc A, c.
Chllllngworlli ...111 129 1
W. Hal Jr ....Hi
c. C Clark ....US
757 7r,s 704
NIJW YOIIK, N., Yi The National
Hague luixeball schedule f((f 192 "lis
adopted mid ipudu PUile; tit. Hit) (Hid
ing of the league club owners here oi
Tho xehtdulo provide for 154 Rumes,
lutt thc scux on will tie threo tlaj a
shorter than l.u C(r. bt ginning; ono
lii) tarHer tt,pd .closing ftijir du)s rur
ller, Iho stUfOii, will open April, Jt,
New York at Ilrookln, l'lilladelpljla
at llostou, 'lttsliirg at Ht. I,ml mid
Chicago at Cincinnati, Tho scusonwlll
cliuo October s
AI,tloul thu schedule was iiioptPt(
iiniinlmouslf, It vtas discussed for
luiuVh. Charles w Murphy of I'hletiin
vvkh the nost dlssotlsled meiiibcr bo
emiso of conllletlng dutes will) tho
American l.cuKiio on five Sundays dur
ing tho seaxuii. , , t ,,
Clarcnco Owens of Kunsits city, for
merly vvltl the mOT'041" ussocliitlon,
was, uppolptetl to take the; place or
Ilanh O'Day, who has become tnsti-
nger of tho Cincinnati cluii, und C. C,
Iush of Davynport. .lit, was ni'l'olnted
us emergency uinpiru.
The veterans l be vctilnei( ns fol
lows: It. D. i:mslle, J JohnHtono, Wit
llaip llreiinan, Mitl Jiaxon, W l'lune.
run, Wllum Kem und Charles nig
ler, Klein. Itgler nnd Owens ouch
signed it nmtriiU for threo jears.
No suggestion of changes was rn
porttd by tho rules committee Chair
linn John M Wurd said It was not
likely any changes In plujlng rules
would bo mndn this )t?ar
1 39 Merchant Street
, Pliuie .,747
' , ,
;Crowd On the Field Bothered
Judges at Yesterday's
There wire xome feutures aiioul the
A A U. meet jestirdaj tlmt were to
be commended, and there wtre other
that were not, An a whole the meet
was a decided xucccxs, In xplte of the
delay In xtnrtliiR on Ink to the mill
tnry parade In the morning.
One of the most unfortunate things
during the day wat; the hard link i.(
t'oonibx, after running-a grueling mile,
to bo dlxiiiialllled through tho foolish.
ih'ks of a spectator. Coomb and Mel
neike ran a pretty race, keeping to
fjttlicr all the ny until them were
only ten arils separating them from
tho tape, Melneike came out with 11
rush nnd Coombs threw ccry oumo
that lie li.ul left Into the effort to
ta,tih tho leader He was all In. how- V-ptry Club pro. I'red Ucllly, t
o.er, and fell a nrd from tho tape, tlmt winner of the Coast open t'li.im-
Tim A. A, U onicluls were IndJiTiiiint.
rniej siormeii nooui me rooiisiincss oi
the spectator, and stated that lie xliould
hum known belter. That the. shot. hi
hae ncer nllnucd the xnectator to bet
ut.....1l.... R , .... ..... I. I. .,..
,Cemc.l to enter their heads This was
fc,,ture tliroiiRliout the meet that
seeing ever) thing
Another feature, arising from
sumo source, was witnessed In the
Html of the 220-sard hurdle race, won
by l-"rlescl In what would1 Itltjo boon
retnrd tlmo only for the fact unit 11
hurdle tuid been knocked over In his
triu if. Tho Judges verc unublo to do-
ViuV uliether he hnd knocked It 'over
135 48,,r whether the man, next,. Io'IiIiiiJ lutd
140 4 IS I ,,. ,. n,i ror ,, mmrtrr of nn hour
181 tk'Jthe wrunglo.pontlnueiU Spectators who bitter the Coist plaicr los( a1 con
A" 'imtl nu right on the' ground. andUesi . fltlftien In his holing ability nflcr n.
,rlgh to Interfere, buttejl iii and gavo
ii., 1.. '....inhiMu ritm Mll.tftutui. ..ip.il
.,,V. ', " . .... .......... . ...
her of the Ilealmil club vvas purlieu-
larly notlceablf lit this regard,
even l'tiiil the temerity to object lo the
'olllclals of thu truck voicing their views
Part of the trouble, It Is understood,
. I . . .. . I .. ..
was rouseti ny urn laiiure in xiniio i
the olllclals nitmtd to show up nnd
nlso towards the last by inunj of those
who were there leaving before the meet
Taking It right through, however, tho
meet wns n good one, and MiinciMliin
rttclpg was shown If there Is miy lis
illrqtlon, of the spirit or umatetirlsin to
be tttken rrpm the epllishisui shown
nt yeslerday'H mpot, then. In spite of
tho croakers, the A A. U Is In lln
liolnlu to stay for good
"Wo were much lnindlcappi.d by lack
of police," wild Johti I". Hoper this
morning "People will either keep on
the Held pt a, truck meet or lhe will
not It depends oil the trowel If It Is
a plashing irowd the only way to keep
IJ baelf Is to have a row husk) cops to
kee tho spectators In place All the
police force wus busy wit If the liqriuln
)pstcrilay, nnd we didn't have it single
olllcer. Taken altogether, though. I
consider; Iho meet it success"
rollovvlng are the results nt three
events which were linlxhcd too l.tto
for publication In taterday afternoon's
puper: , ,
J11V9II11 throw W, A. fnney, V. A
i trt; It, H, HltciKock, P, A. ,
steppd; W. Inman, P A C, third, DIs
tapvpx; 18 feet, 111 feel 1-1 Inch, 107
feet 11 Inches,
,,1UII throw Inman, 1' A. C, llrst;
, x)i i-,.VKl., Heiiluul, seton.l: II P
tyHiilllvnn, llealanl, third. Dlstiimes
,,, f(lt n j.. 'ihes, 81 feet 4 1-2
,...,., 78 fett ., i. inches
Half mlp rpluy P A, C , llrxt, Mc-
Kluley, second; Ht Louis, third Time,
1;41 2-5 Winning team: 1'. Uahlwln,
II Oay, n. Illtehcoek, W Morgan '
Tho rlertrio titliCH and mllioids of
London, together with the London
Omnibus Company, lutvo been mini
ganmtcd. .will) u combined owncrslilp
Patrick Dunn, a coal passer nt the
I plant of tho Day SIh(u Power Com-
j puny at Wolinrn, Mass, was, killed by
'being tttitick in tlio head by n huso
pleco of coal
Joseph II Clioate Iuih Just ee'lebraled
bis will anulversnr) He- Is one of tho
lenders! of tie bar of Ihe tJultcd rStutes
and Ults oute umbasMidor to 11 rent
I Crniod bj limiRcr, the pillee say
ll't'tPr Kiiratoinak, u Lawrence stIH-
or, JiintiiPil front n wlnilnvv tin IliP.tlllnl
mrwi i nit, iiuiidu nu iiiii'iu.it 11c
TENNIS AGAIN POSTPONED.
The Wall Cup tournament of
the 111 ri Inula Tenuis Club did
not get stnrti.l jesterday after
all, for although the courts wcro
In shape for pliy, the pl.iyirs
themi'el.eH wire too busy see
ing the rior.il Parade tu show
"Wialher permitting. the
mati hex will lie Marled tills aft
ernoon," said A U Castle, ten
nis captain, this morning "The
sdiedtile announced for Weil
ncMlay will hold"
S, t, .5,
Some golf of the top-nolili variety
hliould be Mining nt Ilnjolnn Hutnr
i'ny mid Siiiula, with Alex Dell, the
J that stands
cr the Ilulefwa
I course will be touched, for It would
nnulro it great break of luck miixoinn
ii.ioiu.iriit ..m. me nrecni io iiirn
trick of that sort, but tho cards ore I
ill llkeh to be below 40.
The Satlirda) nftrriioon m.itrli hn '.
Iin ,pin ,1, llultnl. nrrti.icrn.l lint It'M
probable tb.it Hell and Itellly will each
pair on with un amateur ami play a,
llow.wtr, plnprH of Ulf
Angus' class nrn going to
jl'gure Jn 11 lot of the boles on n course
UN llilchyi. A putted q( this sort
tends lo promote, low scoring, for otto
man inn putt for the hulf mid If sue
tixsful his partner can
chant e for n gobbit. "
take a long,,
The llaleltva crcui' should suit1
Hijllly betltr t(i1in tho tricky pultli
urfacpsjnt tliu Country Club On t
ipv (iisaxjrous snots wneii inn 11.111 ran 1
litbout t w It it lis fur lis he allowed Hell
I ..... ,
'also wns bothered by the hard greens
andiThn reten,t making which they ha
received will, however, do them a lot
.o( good Thr Haltlvva Rrecnn are trim
! but slim The lull can bo, rainmed
right nt the. cun with the certainty of
M. .,..,., 1 .11 .1 ... -i.-l.
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WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
The Hawaiian 'ninpn'i! Club will,
hold Its tfgulnr meeting 'it lliel, hotun
of Mrs. W. (.. Ilpwcrs. an Klnnii and
filler Btreoln, tit 7 o'clock this even
ing, ' ,
Ntillro Settlers and Tourists fnr.
Now Zcnlnnd vvrlln .Miinngor. Opera
H'nuso, 2fiti and :V1i. Facilities. Iii
dpstr) and luituccmciitti offcrcil.vaup
Itnprpspntatlvcs uf arsenal cm
tjloycs hail q eeinforencp with Secre
tary stlmson with refcrrnco to the
"iH?ctlliir up" nt tlio itraenula.
Are you One
of these Sixty?
Conservative Authorities state that
at least sixty out of every hundred
men have made or will make a
tragedy of marriage.
Miny young men think they hsve no itsM
10 uuiry twciuy they hue wstttd hr
vitality In early life at a time wben tbey did
not icallte the aftereffect!.
Fabc tmslrkty and uuwllUniineti to talk on the
lubjcct po the pari of parents and Ignorant
of the aufftrer n to the pruper ttrpi la ukf
la restore himtelf la full phyktcal Anil.mjentat
vilEor U larscly to UJkne for this condition. (
Restoration lo perfect licaldi, freedom from
ventral debility and premature decay, tclief,
to exhausted vitality and renewed youth and
.igorous physical and mental povver .wllLbs
fouud la the peculiar oriental properties o(
These wonderful Hide tablets contain ins
mercury or other injurious drug. Ihey act
like magic The bright eye, lbs cla.tlc tier,
the clear and active brain, the courage and
strength and comfort they Impart are noted
almost from the nrst day they are taken.
One box of Persian Nerve Essence
will tlo a great ileal, of geroU, llic. full
eotirse treatment of six boxes are truar-
antccel to make a nermsnent curu or tlio
money will be refunded.
Tho proprietors, The ltrovm Export Ca
9 J 97 Iloerty S New Yoik, N. Y U. S. A.
earnestly a.ks every sufferer to give Persian
Rssence a rooil ltr trijf at ikor.fut..
1)m'l delay, coramenct tojay, Us prepsrstloa
CHAJlllDUS DltUU COMl'ANV.