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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 01, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1912.
Invites your presence on the open
ing night-SATURDAY, MAY 4th
will find every provision for their
convenience and comfort.
A spedial table d'hote dinner will
be served. $2 per plate. Tables .
may be reserved now.
system is the most modern. The
place is as cool as your lanai.
Special star performers have been
engaged for the Opening Night.
The New Rathskeller
Formal Opening: 6 p. m., Saturday, May 4th
FISTfC FANS ARE
Will Wlllln llltclilo nt tempt to con
ncct wllli Wnlgust's supposedly weak
upot over tlio appendix that was, will
lio attempt to outbox tlio champion, or
will ho merely stand off and ho con-l
tent with staying Iho four rounds?
asks Harry r.. Smith In tho San Fruii '
clseo Chronicle. These questions uutl'
perhaps halt a dozen others were bo-j
lug propounded tho other night by n
crowd of boxing enthusiasts. F.ach
cud ovcry man had his own views as
to what the San Francisco lightweight
may or may iot attempt on the after
noon of May 11th, and there was no
bringing them together. j
And there was ho much interest In.
the chatter, ho much supposition as to
what Is likely to happen, that I puti
Iho same questions to Wllllo Hltchlo'
and asked him flatfootedly what ho
proposod doing and what his pro
gramme would be. Now a tighter
doesn't like to announce ahead of
time what ho thinks he will do, and
It was but natural that Hltchlo should
hesitate for a moment.
"I'll tell yon," said Itltchlo finally.
"It all depends on how things shape
up that lirst round In the ring. First
of all, I want to nay that 1 lmvo plenl
of confidence that I can beat Wolgast
In u four-iound match and perhaps in
a longer lAmt, whether ho Is as goud
as ever or has gono back. I know ho
Is a stioitg. rugged boy, but I nm fust
I and lmve something of cloierncss, and
he tsu t worrying inc.
Body Plow Might Hurt.
"Will I land to tho body? That de
rends upon whether thnt operation
hurt and weakened him. Perhaps I
will learn something from his training
camp. Thoso stories leak out, you
know, and tho gossip might affect my
style. If Wolgast Intends to stnll
through the four rounds. It will make
a difference. If ho Is covered up all
tho time, It will bo hard to land on
him, but I aim to take every opening,
and If ho will box with mo I want
to ho on top of him from start to
"I liavo nover boxed with Wolgast,
hut I have watche'd him In a number
of his matches, and think I have, a gooil
lino on his style. Kven though ha
covers well, he must relax when ho
comes lo position for n punch, and
theie will be my chance. Of course,
I saw Wolgast wlioii he boxed In a
locnl theatre, and he looked tired to
me, but that may have been because
ho had laid oft so long. I realise what
It means for oven a four-round chance
at Iho champion, and 1 am going to
miilvK tho best of my opportunity."
Hltililo Is admittedly disappointed
because there Is to be un decision
given by r. referee.
lutcipietcd, this meniiH that Itltchlo
thlnl-H his piospeetH blight for u win,
and that a referee's nod would mean
fa niiore lo him than scattered news
paper opinions. f
Seven or eight days will ho all tho
California!! will spend In training
quartern, and then It will bo n ruso of
rest oitosdnv anil box hard tho next.
Ho wauls siieed more than stamina
for four rounds, anil Is n pretty good
Judge of what sort of training he
wants to do.
Short as tho distance Is, anil with
little serious danger for Wolgast, tho
bout Is going to attract much atten
tion, nationally. N'obody can know
hok cood WolL-nst realty Is. In fuel.
jit Is doubtful If he knows himself.
There is Put one way lo tost a lighter
who may suspect that ho Is not as
good as formerly, and that's by gel
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tlug Into tin' ring In u sun-enough
l'our rounds might not bo enough to
beat Wolgast, but I venture thnt tho
champion, if he would talk, could icll 1
the Hlnr of J'Ht where lite Htands after
he linn llnlHhel with Ultchlc. )
I.os AiiKcIes pie nro illunlsl n
null In com piling I: I vers u chime .
Harry (illmoie. rorturily mamigei of
l'acl;e Mel-'arlnnil. and Frankle Con
lev anil the handler of Jack White. H
"I lime to glio lllvors n chance," ho
said, "and if It uee not fur the weal;'
Jaw of tin Median. 1 mlghl be In
ellued (o ha'.e a bei on hlni. invert In.
I'.ame Jo the core, and a good boxer,
but thai chin Is his ueak point. -loo
was leading Kllhane un to tho tlmo of
the knockout, nud Cnuley, who hasn't
much cf a punch, wobbled him. That
Is what innkes II uneerliilii whether
HUera will be able to do anything."
Those Snn l-'nuicNtans who saw
ltlvers knnel-cd down by Klrkwbod Mi
their four-round affair at Dreamland
rink months ago, will he Inclined to
agree with this lino of reasoning.
KING HORSE STILL IN
EXILE IN GAY GOTHAM
NKW YOIIK. April 2.). "Tho local
racetracks will not open their gates
this Hummer. Tha' uirans no racing
nt Iho big euursoi. Itnclug can bodield
nt tho tracks If tho directors desire to
hold meetings. Tor there is no law
agnlns' tho snort hi this State. Hut
under existing conditions the direct
ors do not wish to offer meetings vlillo
tho Mi-callcd directors' liability Is on
the statute books. The only racing
here tills cnr will he confined to
steenle I'liftho clubs
In thoflo woids August Helmoni,
chnlrnintiof Hie lixkev club, today set
lit rest the luniors that lmvo been
nlriiit of lain regarding tho nieliis
I'verv April V. Iho day on which
racing may legally start in tins sinie
there have been reports that tho Hel
inoiil I'ark tiaik, the Hmplro course
end the Saratoga Haclng Association
would hold short ineeilugs.
n tl n
The ihipivim I'nut yetirilay bond
ed down ii ile iluii reversing the Judg
ment nr tlie illtlrlct magistrate or Jlo.
iiiilulu In the rii'u- "f A V Oenr ,M.
lllllili. llolltV lit. tltll.,-(ll ItllfMIl V
-,- ........ ,.j
Hear In u leplivlu case In which li j
nail iiei n diTenilant mm Henry tlie
lilnliitllT The dlstrlit magistrate found
Juilgmi ut iiKalnst Hear, mid the lat
ter apiieiih il un tho claim that the
summon" In the leplevlu nitloii was
lint pencil ml lllm within the rtutll
lerj time fnllnwing Its order br the
mnftlxtriitc. " '
The illstrlit uiaKlitrate declared Hear
III default Tim denial of the motion
to iiliash nud t lie entry of the Judgment
(onntltuto tho chief errors assigned by
the defendant, (lour. -The following Is
a purl of the rules given by the Hu
prcine Court In the syllabus:
"There the illxtrlct magistrate has
nut iuiiilred Jurisdiction of the person
of the defendant mid enters Judgment
iignliiKt lllm by di fault, the Judgment
Is Mild, and mi appeal niny Im tuken
therefrom without a preliminary mo
tion to set aside the Judgment."
DON'T FORGET OUR
"ON THE WAY HOME"
and the noon lunch
BRECKONS IS WITNESS
IN THE MITCHELL CASE
Kitting ns a. witness In tho trial of
IMward Mitchell, accused of rccolvlng
gin smuggled from a vessel, United
States District. Attorney Ureckons yea
terdav afternoon experienced a "turn
ing oi mo lauios, wnen lie was uaag-t " ., i. ii.i ..c,i .,
ered. sharply cross-iuestloucd and '" "'"""":., ?"r" ;,"' ':
That about DM) moribund Hawaiian
iniuwllv um,r,.,l lie ll. ..llr.,ov fnr Ih. l'' '" """. '! OIIO.1I I'a,.-.
oiiposliig side. i out of exlstcnco is the opinion express-
tllfPIS r-t-r- j.
j i i x n a "fyiJ
Cnllfoililu had an even easier time
I disposing or Htandfiird In the recent
j trilcU meet than the moil optimistic
lllile mid liid looters expected. The
store was M In tl, and. Incidentally,
sewnil i cent da nf tho dual event went
by tliu boaid.
' The grammar ecIiooI haselmll series
at Kiiiu hak not been at ranged us yd.
There will he no second tciiiu games
on account; ilr lark of time, but n few
Hpulal games may lio iiiningcd with
tlie l'unuliou set ends.
treasury In hunk iliafts Ily pnylug
within twelve months of tho death ot
the legator tlio estate took advantage
of a r per cent, discount, saving !C
?fll.(lfi. The entire estate was valued
at n,2C7,C03, but this Included a num
ber of bequests to charltablo Institu
tions, which are nontaxable.
These Little Pills
Attorney Leon M. Straus, defending ...l'10"0.'!?0'?'!':?'0. trOttl THO II 11011
MliclH.ll. .niestloned the methods adop- """ l',-, T-TXinK " uS" ' " HIU Wl IUII I
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mental or physical, They restore diges
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brain, prevent insomnia and impart a
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six Imixcs lire KiiaranU-ed to make a per
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funded l'crsian Nerve Essence contains
no mercury or other injurious drugs.
The proprietors, The Drown Export
Co., 95-97 Liberty St.. New York, N. Y,
U. S. A , earnestly ask you to give
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at their risk Commence to-day, you can
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.Mitchell, iiientloiied the mothods anop- ' . " ,, " ",, " ',,,:,' r n T . .7 ...-V. ..7 .,..
led bv Ureckons In obtaining ovldenpft "ojr t,,at tl10 ofl,e,al ,,,u ,l wrlt "' 1"
iValnst , il"f"n In Tl o latler had "" proceedings against tho FI
taken the sliimi to corrolmra.S ho tes ' In.ranc8 Oumpany for nonuser
tln.ony glien by one of his own wit.-0' ' H cI0.r"J0 ''''' ,
,.Uo..o .,7, i ii... ,r,n,. i .ui,ii. ... J Tho Fidelity and others have sought
111 nni-o tan iw niu iniiiiii I (it n II 1 1 II V.U1 i 1- m tl lit
Ions or tho evidence against V' "'"""" '"' " '"" "" " "' l ' .
had been procured. The hear-;.Vl """.' ? " """i' l? 'It I" '??'J
lug continued today In IVdcrnl Court, ruijuireiiuiii. urau, iicor.uruiio..
mn leilillltn 11 iiiiu ui inu-llllluii ill
tho stock on the proposition to ills-
I solve, and as a uilo only ubout oue-
j fourth of tho capital stock had found
Issuance, The writ of quo warrantol
Is believed to provldo a good substl-
I tutu means ot dissolution.
It Is understood tho Fidelity has
$8000 worth of assets, which will bo
divided following Its dissolution.
Types 22 and 34 Can Be Seen at Our
American Motors Co.,
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets
BALDWI NESTATE PAYS
BIG INHERITANCE TAX
One of the largest sums of money
over received by the Territorial Treas
urer In Inheritance taxes was paid
yosterday by tho II. I. Haldwlu estate,
Distributor when $lir,731 was passed Into tho
I and ir (,'IIAMIll'HS DIH.'II CO. ff'fl
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