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hawattan oa7ette. Tuesday, july . i9is. semlweekly
POLl TIC A L POTIS HUMS AND DENY THAT IRISH I & n n TOTTS I
Delegate Doesn't Show His Cards
-So It's "Not Known How 'Strong
He Is But He s Waiting To
The polit iriil pot. is opened. Dele
gate Kaluninnaole opened it Hatnrdav
night in n speech t the annual dinner
.. .. .
of the Mt. Lou,. College alumni.
Whether l.e opened it with royal
flush oi one nt the bod tailed variety
depends .... how one looka at it
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There seems to he considerable diner
enoe of uiuioii.
The l. legate may be goiug to run
for r elertiou or be may not. He
hasn't announced himself in that re
apert as yet, being apparently engaged
-for the nonce in teting the atrength
and direction of the political tephy.
t ,Bnt it's a cinch he's not out of poli
tics.. Likewise it i apparent, from
the fervid remarks of which he tin
burdened himself Saturday night, that
' . he', not lixiking for support in certain
- "directions, thi.uuh he muy well be seek
lug It in another directum.
It ' becnihV ' likew ise apparent w hen
the) Delegate took the floor that the
day of personal polities ha not yet
. been relegated to the limbo of dia
: carded methods. Kuhio wat almost
,"' personal ns Wallace K. Farrington.
whose published statement laat week,
by the way. gave rise to the Delegate's
' eruption Hniurdiiv night. .
KahiO Stands Pat I
. . In opeulng the pot Kuhio drew no
enrtis; he stood pat ith what he bad.
which seemed to be quite a handful.
Inciilentnllr, lie hasn't been railed yet,
so it's tew Vsrlv to prognosticate what
there may be in the other hands. !
Ti e gathering at, which the Delegate
i T i . " ...
from the poker game metaphor) w,-, ,
for the purpose of renewing old friend
ahipa. amon the former member, of
the college. Good fellowahip was sop
pom-,1 to be the slogan. bu t w.a co
L: i...i i.. . i V. t m i j
" Jnic J.! P flal 'd
n a tt - -w
. :, Toaatmaster Capta.0 H.rrr Murray
ealled on the Delegate to tell why he
a.t.onal guard wa. not sent to he
front. This was the peg apon which
Kuhio pro, eeded o hang thehide. of
evei-al friends and acquaintances, some
ot wnnrn were among raoae preaenr.
Kuhio began with a caustie comment
ary upon the afternoon paper, the bun
neaa manager of which was present and
, to whom he paid his personal com
' plimenta with reverse English. .
Wallace B. Farrington ' diatribo
anert several of Honolulu 'a prominent
citizens, particularly Supervisor Ben
Hollinger, became the issue of the
evening. Hollinger was present as one
of the committee in charge of the
bunrjuet, while Mr. Farringtoo repre
Sen ted the cause of higher education.
Hollinger, the Delegate said, waa a
man working for the good of the poor
people but being vilified and abused
by tie "plutocratic and wealthy own
r" of the afternoon paper.
J'Tho owna this pa pert' demand
eJ Kuhio. "Frank Atherton, a rich
man and a friend of the rich. His
rtpnc'P has challenged the pond motives
oJ fcuJ.ervi.or H4linger in trying to j a tour of the interior of Chihuahua
bfstter conditions here. Because Hoi I . . . . , .. .... ,
K. l.. , . , . . . I .late, characterised the condition, in
nger haa tried to get honest meaa i
nrs through for the public good, he j Northern Mexico. In the fertile La
' n . guna basin near Torreon, wheat has
' IS SAFE IN PORT;.:;;
Trouble Was Caused By Three
Out of Four Boilers Going
Out of Commission
Through the plucky persistance and
effort of her navigating aiidr engineer
ing officers since a week ago last Fri
day night the disabled vessel which
wirelessed then that she might need
assistance in twenty four hours reach
ed a 1'acilr port yesterday ou her own
At one time the distress of the trans
pacific vessel waa so acute that one
of I be big l'uciflc pussenger liners wa.
called to lier aid and stood by for sev
eral hours to render assistance until it
was determined the disabled vessel
could ninnuge to reach jiort unaided.
Blowing out of boiler tubes, which
put out of commission three of the
steaiiier's four boilers, wa the cause
f t .e disabling of the ship, lu spite
of the fact that thi. occurred within
n comparatively short period, the chief
en-i .eer is reported to attribute the
cause alone to old and worn out tubes,
lie scoffs at the idea that the causa
tins the result of enemy plotting.
As proof that it was accidental it is
pointed out that one of the ship', boil
ers has been in use constantly for near
ly a month and that no trouble was ex
perienced with It. "Thi. wa. .imply
bet'uuse the tube, of thi. boiler were
new 'r mid in better condition thaa
' Uii'su in the other boilers," he .ays.
For two days tbe ship was allowed
to drift while the engineers aboard
st ub'ioi nly persisted in their efforts to
make repairs ut sou, being finally suc
cess t'u I in getting two of the damaged
boilers buck into working condition.
Now but one boiler is in need of re-l-nirs
tin. I IIih i-h n be repaired in liulf n
day, it is said.
A fresh water diortune wus threat
ened as a result of the boiler trouble,
but an .evaporator wus put into serv
ice which partially met the need, al
though water fur the personal uses of
the niembers ut the. crew wus limited
iui alien oi eiyht Jays
B YK UHIO
i abused Hut when Mott Mmith. an
oihrr ril m"- Da" ,h "'y mi n
ro"'1 r'h,',' , honw 1,11 '
ord said uhimt it.
.Thllt r,,r ehampiona the cause
of Al Castle and abuses Lincoln Hnl
stein nnrt cnlls hp. a dlnlnvnl Amor
.' , ,Ri,n Castle ' disgraced
"'e uniform he wore when he used
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the language he 1 1 ti to reference to a
member of the territorial legislature.
"if a poor man rum for office, he
is , -alawng and a profeaaional poli
i,.isn. Tf a rieh man rona for office.
thia holier than thou erowd want von
i w,te fr him and von mmd not
rnti.ise him or hia methods.
" have been abnaed for a recent
speech ( made in which I made certain
criticisms of the way the war condi
tion were being handled sonic month
ago. I believe that I, and every mem
tcr of congress, haa a right to con
strurtive criticism and it was through
this constructive criticism that seeral
important reforms were made in sev
eral hranchea of the government.
Those) Sam Oid Skids
"I fought hard to have the national
guard sent to the front. I had inrlu
ential frienda working . toward the
end. We were finally told that
'he guard was of far more importanci
here than in France. This was the
time when the German menace in the
P'in seemed imminent, after Ru
"ian ffai w"t to pieces. This fiiiHl
,v ,,"'d ou, nl 1 &ln m'e n ef
fort ,0 h the hoy. from Hawaii
"pnt t0 th '"" 1 Kmin refused.
Th"n m,7"' ' th ir,t rm'
nD and I made a hard fltrnt airair
orer. and those engaged in agrieuU
- ur"' ,a,L"V 'n'
'Y""' "n the ground that a cert.n
' ot 1ur1 P"tw bor waa far
,,,0r' ".r'" ,D ,he P"XU"'0D ,of u
(far. which la a great essential to the
jAlliea. Despite all of my effort., 1
1 nina no headway Alonfi this rourt. '
Thp legate said considerably more
the Kfame ,ine .Johu h
, , , hiu ff
iB ov a;kiK H.rr Mnrrar to
, pa , hlllt ,0 ,h8 .lir. but Murray,
who iB tilne h ,,,,, ROmewhat
noticeable in the -political field himself,
refused, and the Delegate went ahead
until he got ready to quit. And that
wasn't until he hail a large collection
of bleeding hides hangiug to that
aforementioned peg. .
Will Kuhio rua for re-election f He
forgot to say.
RAISE MORE WHEAT
JUAEEZ, Mexico, June 25 (Asso
ciated Press) "Mexican, in the north
are raising less deviltry and more
wheat", was the way an American min-
inir man who reached here reeentlv from
i been planted instead of cotton this
I year because of the ravagea of the
I pink boll weevil in that district last
vemr which destroyed thA cotton r.rnn.
i tbe little valleys near Hunt a Koaa
Jimenes and 1'ilar de Concho the
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native farmers have been harvesting
thaip wheat crotts ami Ksv fnnml tt
yield much heavier than in former sea
'sons. Along the Kio Uraude anil Con
ehoae Bivers in the Ojiuaga district
wheat harvests have been bounteous
and the farmers in that district are
prosperous. At Jimenez the old Huci
enda Dolores mill, which was used as
a fortes during the revolutions, baa
been started to grinding grain and the
! water power mills near Mm nt a Uosulia
'are again operating after Ave years of
The Maui f'l nmber of Commerce will
at its next meeting to be held in W- ilu
ku Thursday uf tJiis week consider an'
finite probablv flnnllv art on the draf
of th pro'-rnni tor tne Civic Cun e'l
tion to be held tln-re uliout the middle
of Heritcmber. Owin-i to war eonli
tions the Muni chamber has exper en
ced some difti' tilt' in ,le idini up' u n
tepic for discussion nt the convention
It seems to be generally agreed thut
the subject of roads has been pretty
thoroughly worn nut. nu.l the Maui
folk are casting about for " something
The Hoiio'iiIii Cluuu'c of Comtuerc
Rotary Club piom t'en eomnnttee.
Fan IVeific l in n mi l other orj'n zn
Hons of the Pit recall notilii a
tions next week as to the parts they
,11 I.,, expel le. I to take in the con
MarvsHM Stomach Medi
etas as. SysMn KtbulMsr
Uvar. KhJasy and B1J
r Itvaiidv-tins Hluu4
Ufinuf and Lsutlvt.
All l JKfltU.
10 DECIDE ON CIVIC
flL OH I It rtlUDLt III Leaders Say Sentiment Not Gen- llUinn I TiniirP. IIIKPIIIIinTfill Trill
Kuhio Controls Situation In His
Camp and McCandless
It) the,0tht?r ; ,
NEITHER HAS YET SAID
HE WILL BE CANDIDATE
Report that Cohen .Intends To
Withdraw At Independent
rielesate .1. K. KaUniananle has not
yet 'announced thafy he will nrftke the
V;ce for .re-election"'! !a tiie tlimo '
i ratie cninp I.. L. McCandless. the
party's perenniel candidate, hns not
yet snid he will run, which leaves Un
political field at preseut to the two
independents, Joel C. fohe.i of Hono
'tilu and Dr. J, H. Raymond of Mnui,
and this would seem to indicate that
no changes have come nbnut in the
:olitical situation. It is apparent,
however, that forees are gathering,
rhongh noiselessly just now. and things
mar nappen any old time.
The Republicans seem to be wrest
ling with exactly the same kind of a
problem that the Democrats have on
hand. When Frince Kuhio gives the
word one way or another, the Re
publicans will begin to know in a meas
ure where they get off, and this goes
two ways, for when McCandless makes
the coy admission that he intends to
run again Or in the impossible event
that he makes it plain that he won't,
then those hardy Democratic aspirants,
now modestly silent, will or will not
-oine ont of the bushes. These "days
Democrat will sayt "It depend, on
fCuhio" and the same note comes from
he other camp, ."It depends on Me
If Kubio does not mnke the race.
e possibility atill exists that former
Chief Justice A. 0. M. Robertson mar
itep into the breach, though he hns
hnrarteriaed the Ijuestioii of his can
Hilary 'as "just newspaper talk." No
ither has been mentioned so fnr snd
ti fact, the belief prevails that Kuhio
vill be a candidate,
r.trett BU11 In
In the event that McCandless defi
lit ely retiree from the Held, it has
been reported that "Big Bill" Jar
ett may become the , party stnndnrd
bearer. Jarrett has said that he hns
no idea of being a candidate for Dele
rate, holding properly that he is sat
!fled where he is. Those said to be
'n the know, however, are inclined to
the belief that Jarrett will run if Me
landless stay. ont. It is urged by
jarrett '. friend, that he is popular
tin On ho, Maui and Hawaii. McCand
less never ha been able to carry either
"flui or Hawaii, and friends of Jar
rett assert he can defeat Kuhio on
Where Cohen Stands
A report emanated from Republican
lunrter. yesterday that .1. C. Cohen
would probably withdraw from the race
is nn independent candidate for con
jress mid throw his support to L. L.
McCandless. the prospective Democratic
nominee. Mr. Cohen last night char
acterized this .tatenient as incorrect.
"I wa. a Republican, " he said, "be
fore many of the Republicans of Ho
nolulu know- where the I'nited Htatea
wa. on the map. 1 voted for James
'J. Blaine in 1SH4, which was before
tome ef our Republicans knew there
vas such a thing a. a Republican par
y; and I have been a Republican
ver tince. I could not con. intently
support Mr. McCandless because I do
'lot believe in the principles of the
"As for Kuhio I will say that ao
long as be runs for congress I will be
a candidate against hi in. That is all
I have to say."
Mr. Cohen expects to leave in about
two weeks for California, and it is
hi. present intention to launch hia
campaign immediately upon bis return.
Before he go.s to the mainland, how
ever, he will make u trip to the other
Islands. He intends to leave next
rVedtiesdny and he said lust night he
will use the opportunity to look Over
"Joe" Uodrigiies. at present a su
pervisur of K n mi i. ha announced him
self as a candidate fur the territorial
senate on the Republican ticket. The
senate vacancy on Kauai is to be ere
ted by fhe retirement of Senator Mi
kaele, a Democrat. Rodrigucs was, in
he old days, a Iioim jockey and was
well known throughout the Islands.
)f fhte yearn he hus been inunagel
if a store at Kealiu. In the lust elec
.ion lie wus i hoxen supervisor, defeat
ug hia Kepiil.li. un rials in the pri
.uury and hi )i inocrutic opponents in
he rt , ulur elect ion.
M,. Henrique, u homcstcadcj' in
he Kapua neighborhood of Katnli, bus
announced biiio-clf mm a candidate on
the Democratic ticket for thr house of
representative llcnriiue is iu the
ettl. estate business on the Uiinleu lsl
and, Itlsu, n nd is mi id to be quite
Xllar in his Inunediute district.
A Hawaii paper xiiy that the Re
publicans ol 11 ll an- gutiwiu); at their
bits over what it sns is a suggestion
of . Natiot.al Commit teeinnn K. V
Itieckons that the eoui,u eiiiupaixn be
in a way. -t in.u jjsrtisiiu Keiiator
Stepbell I.. Ic.liii mis one of the first
tot,voiU Uni' or)itisTfion, iayiug that
he mii w no reao i aiv the Keimblii aur
Should tllillk Ol
Hi Ik 1 ug out t he
lines. He -aid
iirts tie 1'ien.
cinoi tr elie
es, w h h ha )
iiiivthing else than
1 h in en i'n a long pai ty
t I n I e et x body sup
. ll 1,'cpulilielllis li 11 I
l-iit that general is
i it i In en and al
inn I.- it deMialdc thai
l.et.eeii the parties
avs would be
e tli t 'in
nu n un d
John T M.iii mi. I a lot of other Re
nublicons frequenting Wnianiienue
Htreef a.c of the same mind, from all
Leaders Say Sentiment Not Gen-
eral and Display Made By
Only Few. Radicals
DCBI.IN, Jane ,25 (Associated
I'res.) "Ireland I. not pro Herman,"
dec In res all the Irish leaders, but there
is a considerable element in Dublin,
Cork and other Jfiah cities, that Is
ready to cry "Vf the Hun" at every
During The Week following the arrest
of 1 Valera and the other Hinn Fetn
headers, the. strains of the "Watch on
the Rhine" wee frequently heard on
Dublin streets, sung . by small crowds
of hinn Keln sympathisers. It has been
frequently recorded, that Irish hood
linns e the moving picture theaters
have liTssed pictures of Itritish and
Americuii soldiers and sailors, and a
.letter in a Dublin newspaper thi. week
! states that a moving picture audience
' cheered a picture of the medal cast by
the lieYninn. to commemorate the sink
j ii'K of the I.uaitnnio.
One of the moat remarkable scene,
which the Associated 1'ress correspond
cut witnessed in Dublin as the en
thusinstic cheering of- a ship load of
I hi man interned p'rlsoneis, who were
iK'in taken from a camp in Ireland to
n . in on the Isle uf num. A crowd
of several hundred persons, mostly
we:ning Minn t'ein colors mid waving
Sinn Kein flnga, stood on the quay
ami sang the Hinn Kc in "Soldier.'
Xon;;" to the departing piisoners. Many
ot I he members of tbe crowd were rola
tiviM. by marriage of the interned
The prisoners were pin. tienlly the
enli c population of a camp established
rtirly in thr war at Uldc.-i-.tlc, Ireland
tor (.eriiinn civilian prisoners. They
wi ie 45(i in number, and were embark
ed from a. Dublin dock on a Sunday
morning. From art early hour their
Iriyh frienda began gathering alonj:
both idcH of the river A strong mill
tary force wa. present and took com
(dete possession of the iiiay alongside
whi.-h the steamer wis berthed.
l.efovc the specit'.l train carrying the
prisoners arrived at t lie dock, there
appeared a freight trnju of ten cars,
coutniiiing the "baggage" of the (er
mans. This amounted loten enr loads
of the most unusual baggage that was
ever handled on the bank of the River
LifTey. There were pianos, double-bass
violins, and tbe .whole set of instru
incuts for the camp band; there were
snilors' aen trunks of great variety;
there was a grandfather clock of huge
proportions, and a complete set of the
atrical "properties" and stage scene
ry, which told of entertainments past
or for future production.
Khaki elad dockmen per.pired over
the job of arranging, the mountains
of baggage into slings, hasting them
on board the steamer, and, stowing the
stuff away In the hold.
The train with the Uernian and Aus
trian travellers arrived in the station
across the road from the river, lind w
cheered by the crowd outside the gates.
Handkerchiefs were waved by the
women, and the prisoners waved back
out of the train windows.
Crowd Rushes Quay
rteveral time, the crowd made a rush
towards the quayside, but the military
and police allowed no entrance to thi
dock sheds and the crowd of onlookers
finally took up positions on top of
lumber piles lower down the river
wall, where the boat could be Been
and cheered as it started down the
Biun Vein scarfs and riblmus were
worn by most of the women in the
crowd. A similar crowd iuickly col
lected ou the south wall, across the
rivnr, where the men and women saup
ovir and over the Hinn Fein song, and
cheered themselves hoarse us the de
portees were brought onto the deck
of the steamer.
Then suddenly the strains of a brass
baud, playing u medley of (ieriiian
air. i, flouted out on the water. It wa
i he aliens' camp baud in action. A
they played, the boat, started, cheer:
were raise. I again, the steamer gained
headway, the cheering died down arid
the crowds began to disperse. The sol
liers und police ou the docks tiled
back to their barracks und the festivi
ties were over.
HILO WILL PAY i
Iu order to' find' out exactly what
phy county employes now iu the a
tionul Army are receiving, so as to
make up tbe difference, if any, om
of the county treasury, Hiipervisu
lames Ako yesterday introduced i
resolution that the county clerk re
iiet (he information from Colouel
Mureh I, sava The Hilo TriTiUne.
It is realized that any shortage be
iween the present wages of the men
is soldiers nu I what they receive,
roir) the county in civil life must
indcr the law, be made up by the
ouiitv. As soon as the inf oi'inutioi
oiiLilit is obtained, provision will In
iiinde lu pay the neccHfiiry amounts
In order to keep truck of formei
'ni. loves, the army officials will lu
sked to report promotions or re.lue
ion ill rank, otherwise4iijusli. es might
sounds Like aala
park killing incident
. f UA KKORT, Kentucky, June
''I would like to blow all Americans
and President Wilson to hell."
This remark is what led to the kill
inu of John Vnltlion a Herman, by
("nude K'orgy, according to findings I
of the workmen's compeusat iou board,'
who consequently refused compensation'
to the wiu.low, holding her husband's
deuth came as the result of a personal
altercation and not in the course of
l.lnJUft LLnUULO.. HHOIIIHUIUII ILIH
Year Ago Present Leaders Jn 'Na
tional and American Wertr
i ... , l
NKW YORK, Wne Js TAfJsoclated
leagues this season present an entirely
different combination of clubs, so far
as staiVding la cone-rned, when com
pared with the:; rating of the teams
at this time ont) year ago. With the
first twq fnohtns of the raife cemptett'd
on .Tune IB twelve Inontlis "agi, the'
New York and Philadelphia clubs were
tied for the lead in the National
League with a percentage of .044 while
the Chicago VoJiite Hot were showing
the way in the American League with
an average of .fl(!7.
At the sajne stage this season the
New York Giant, were in second place
and the Phillies fifth in the Nationnl
League, while the World Champion
Chirago Americans held down fourth
position in their organization. The
Chicago Nationals, hl'rd a year ago,
led the senior league in the 11UH strug
gle and the Boston Red Soi second in
lit 1 7, were out in front u:i June 13
of the present season.
Situation Entirely Dtfferent
Of the other National League team.
. Louie, fourth last year, had dropped
o seventh; Brooklyn was last in place
if seventh; Pittsburgh, the tail ender
ii 1017. had improved its position by
'wo places, while Cincinnati and Bo. 1
on were tied for third place ns ugainst
fth nnd' sixth places twelve months
In the American League the New
York team was second instead of hold I
ng third place as it did laat season;'
"Cleveland was third ii: pln'ce of fourth
und Detroit last, whe.eas in 1917 the1
Tigers were fifth. The Philadelphia'
Vtlileties held the same seventh posi
tion that they did Inst season; Wash
ington had moved up from last to sixth
nd Ut. lxiuis had made a slight cilin.
being fifth instead of sixth. The stand -
ing of the two leagues on June IS,
1917. was as follows:
On Jon 15, 1917
W. L. Pet. '
New York L'9 16 .044 2
rtiilndelphin 29 10 .644 i
Chicngo :iil .1.1 .5)6 1
-it. Louis 27 22 .551 7
Cincinnati 24 31 .4.16 .1
Boston . 17 24 .415 3j
Brooklyn 17 25 .405 8
Pittsburgh 16 32 .333 6
W. I Pet.
Chicago . . .14 17 .667 4
Boston .19 18 .H25 J
Vew York 27 26 .574 2
Cleveland 26 27 .491 3
Detroit 22 25 ..4H6 8
St. Louis 20 29 .408 5
Philadelphia 17 2S ..178 '7
Washington 18 .10 ..175 6
, iiiisuui icais in iiaseonii inia season -
pass unnoticed, to a great extent, owing!
1 r . ... 1 . L .
'o the conditions resorting from the
nniticipation of the I'nited State, in
the world war. An illustration is
found in the fact that the winning
)f the first twentv games of its scbed
lie by the Bridgeport Club, of the
Kastern Lea.fue, elicited little attention
mtside of the minor league circuit.
While this feat does not equal some
of the continuous winning streaks of
former major nnd minor league team,
t does constitute a world's record so
'nr as is shown by baseball statistics,
(t is the longest string of victories
ner collected, beginning with the first
jiime of the season and the run has
iven the Bridgeport club an itnprea
dve lead in its own organization.
Twentv guines strniirht, however, fall
hort of the best record in either major
r minor pinv when tins restriction is
'cnioved. The big maximum is held
bv the New York Nationals of 1916
for that team captured twenty-six
ames in n row. The Providence Na
'iomil of 1HH4 ure second with twenty
ind the Chicago Americans of 1906
'hird with nineteen. In 1902 the Cor
deann Club of the Texas I.engue won
'wenry seven games in 11 row nnd the
iime year Charlotte, of the Carolina
Leanc. won twenty five. Jersey City
-an through twenty four games withmit
lefent. while 11 member of the Last
ern League in 190,1. and Wilkes Barre,
f the New York State League cap
Mireti twenty three 111 IH12.
At about the same time this year
that Bridgeport was windiug up its
vinniniT streak "Cactus" Crnvath, of
'he Philadelphia Nationals drove out
'lis hundredth home run since ejiter
iug upon a big league career. Bei'in
nlnir with one home run iw lo8, Cra
vath continued to pile no the circuit
hits until the centurv mark was reach
ml t wo months utter the present sea
ou began. This record gives Crnvath
'. u average of about eleven homers
tier season to date. His record of
twenty-four home runs ilurinir the sea
Hon 11 1915 is the standard in' this
respect for the modern gaitie.
Iui Tin and Yamashi
Sioin.' under the Mime
ro. the lalter
of Yini, are
olnviiig ou the BrbfireiArt 'Club. Lai
bundles the thjirt 1 flt4k.iii Jfn jer
YnniiiMliiro in nu outfielder. Moth lire
"ell known Honolulu bovs nnd were
diamond ..tars ler,. fr venrs.
w. a. 1.
No need of sutferiiiu from cram's iu
the stomach or intestinal imins Cham
berluiu's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy
never fails to relieve die most severe
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f;ew y0rk 09
BrAthV"' ' ' ' 68
ifrt. Ivmils u..-...i..,"i.
At Chicago Ohieag4 , New York
t St. 1mu 8t Louis Brooklyn
L-f Brooklyn z, Pt. Imis I. v .
At l'hlladelphla Cincinnati 3.' Phlla
delphia 2; Philadelphia', Cincinnati 3.
Brooklyn at fit. Ixiuis
Vew York at Chicago.
1'hiladelphla stj Cincinnati.
Hoston at Pittsburgh.
AMERICAN LEAQTJR. STAKDtKO
P. W. I ret
Boston 7.1 43 .10 J181
Cleveland 70 42 R4 .S5:
New York 70 .18 .12 .54"
WaahlngHon 76 40 .10 .32(
Ciicago 72 .18 36 .fMH
St. IiiIh .'.... 84 .16 4H AX
Detroit 70 29 41 .414
Philadelphia 69 26 4.1 ..17".
At Washington 8t. Louis 3, Wash
ington 0. .
St. Louis at Washington,
Chicago at New York.'
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Boston,
There was but one game played ii
tho American league yesterday, th
contest being won by Fielder .Tone.
St. Louis who proved too fsst fo
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1 us&Miirfrjn, blanking Griffith's Sen
!", three to nothing.
In the National League Chtcagt
widened the sap between herself an.
th'e 'Gfantr by) beaiUa, Woty? inter)
six to one.- At fit. 4.0JU tot orejt
broke- Jeverj .Jon nVyJJUVip ir
.ufivw myviiTii lanr 10 iwo anc
oiiinjr the ottiei Ue'to' file. 'he Wei
breaking pojicl JfWwis aVfue' ir
ItiUdfllpW.' whtp-i P.t'3for.as Wi
dropped the first game to Cinclnnat
five to two and Hosed them out in the
second, four to three.
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UeaM LlailTIS tCldie CaiTipi UWCt
Regarded As WorM's Cham
MAN FRANCISCO. Juue 21 Death
claimed Kddie Camni at twelve fort v
The one time contender for the ban
tamweight championship of the world
tailed to rally fhmi the effects of a
guu.hot wound iu the abdomen, and
tiiouL-h an operation wa. performed ii
the hopes of saving his life, the brave
little fighting man succumbed in hi. last
Cninpi wus -hot Wednesday morning,
it is believed while hunting on hi. un
cle's ranch, some thirty-four mile, south
1 of Hollister. His shotgun weut off ac
cidentally, possibly because he was
1 drugging' the weapon by the muzzle
! and the i liarire entered' his abdomen
penetrating the intestine..
Eddie Canipi wa. alwav. known ar-
"Gentlemanly Kddie." In the ring Si
out of the ring, he always was the clean
cut, clean living gentleman. At onr
time he was regarded a. world's chain
pionship material. In latter months he
realized that he was through as a
boxer, and wise above most of his fel
lows he unit the uame and retired to
, B-hed Zenith In 1914
was in 1914 that
reached his zenith. On the night of
.January 31. 1914, he was pitted against
;- Williams in Los Angeles, twen
tv rounds to a decision, the winner tr
have a clear claim to the bantamwelgh'
title. Cumpi had the best of the battle
in tbe -early rounds, but in the twelfth
round Williams whipped a right hook to
the stomach and Kddie Campi was out
of the running.
Previously Eddie had outpointed
Charley Ledenilx. the French champion,
in twenty rounds.
During the latter vears of his career
Camni boxed often in the East, parti
r.sUlL' around Philadelphia, where hr
" as hiifhljf regarded for hi. cleverness
Tau-ht Lsonttfc pome Tricks
3e was at 011V time' hader the man
sent it Bitlv'Oibsun. nevr manager
flfHesiiy lAoBriL and Wnny has often
n id th-1 Eddie Ca mid ' tnuuht tiini
nia-v f the clever tricks of the trade
When Frank ie Malone look - eei
"ion over Eddie in two successive meet
!" ;it Eiuerv.ville last fall, Campi
rnrilie.l thrit Lis best dav. a. a boxer
were over, and .0 quit the game.
V.ldie Campi ibis real name wa. De
c-i niruis -as born in Ran Fr.rloi.od
.lulv 4 jgu-. aud resided here practie.I
Iv all his life.
The boxinir eame ha. lost a clean,
manly little fellow, one of the .or' that
i. all too rare is the .port.
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