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PAGE TOUK DAILY CAPUA Ti JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1010. .
CCopyrlsht, 1910. by McClure Newpapr
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S mkisii a us mraxin in five nounns
THERE was n great crowd at
the I'arilion that night, some
thing llko 10,000 people. Spo
clal trains had been coming In
all day long, and the cities nnd towns
along tho coast bad sent big delega
tions. It looked good, fighting for GO
per cent of the gato receipts and 75
per cent to tho winner.
In splto of the rain men stood in
Unp all day waiting for tho gallery
doors to bo thrown open and tho gal
lery seats to bo put on sale. When 1
came in an boar1 before ring time the
lights for tho klnotoscopo pictures wcro
about half turned on. With blistering
recollection of tho lights over the ring
at Coney Island when I fought Shar
key I looked them over, but they seem
ed to be well arranged, and, although
there was beat enough, It wasn't qulto
like a furnace. Tho police were busy
that night helping to handle the. crush.
Around the ring was Just the sort of
a crowd that you cau always And at
a world's championship battle.' Thoro
sat Mayor Phclun of San Francisco
and Sebmltz. mayor elect, with all the
big Judges nnd lawyers and business
men of tho city.
At half past 0 we got Into tho ring,
a'hls tlmo I didn't wait for tho other
fellow, us I usually do, but climbed
through the ropes llrst. ituhlln fol
lowed me. AH around tho ring men
were skipping about trying to get bets
down, some of them offering bottor
than 2 to 1 ott mo und not finding very
many takers. The ring was cleared.
Ituhlln was talking with bis seconds,
Billy Madden, "Denver Ed" Martin
and Eugene Van Court. Dclaney and
Kid Engan stepped back through tho
ropes behind me. 1 got up and, pull
ing the flag out of my belt, tied It
around tho post in my corner. Then 1
atood up and watted for the bell,
Harry Corbett, tho referee, stopped to
the middlo of tho ring, Corbett was
n absolutely square man. It didn't
make any dlfforonce to, him that bo
liad been my first frlond when 1 camo
to San Francisco to fight years bofore
or that I bad knocked out his brother
Jim in New York,
Tho bell rang, und tho fight began.
At first wo were both protty cautious.
It doesn't pay to bo careless In tho
first round with tho world's champion
ship at stake. Gus Jabbed mo lightly
and stepped Into a clinch. I tapped
Mm Just as lightly. I began going
after blm faster, and Gus clinched or
ducked under my punches. Tho first
was a tame round.
In tbo second Qua cut loose and got
homo n dozen good punches on my
Jaw and on tho body, but they didn't
tuirt, and I kept on walking Into htm,
looking for nu opening for tho ono
punch that would do business. Gus
liookcd bis loft over against my cheelt
bone, und I thought he winced. After
ward be claimed that ho broke two
knuckle with that punch. 1 didn't
feel It much. Hp crossed his right to
imy cyo and Jarred mo a little.
Jilt Boon ns tho third round began 1
Triode up my mind that Uua couldn't
do much, more than he'd done already
and that there- wits no use lu wostlng
more time. I wont right uflor him
nnd. sticking my left out, staggered
him with a hnrd smash on the chin.
It wasn't a showy punch-Just a
straight arm and a little hit of a hook
at the .end of It. (Sub foil Into a clinch
nnd held ou hnrd. 1 pushed blm nwny
and uppercut with both hnuds. I
banged my left Into his body, and be
complained to Corbett. I kept ou
whipping my left in. Ituhlln had hard
work to stick the round out. I know
that I'd whip him then and that tho
tight wouldn't be a very long ono. He
couldn't take the body blows.
In the fourth I walked straight at
blm nod kept on walking when b
tried to Jab mo away. All that was
tjeewfory now was a good opening.
Ituhlln covered his body carefully, and
I popped one ovor that nearly closed
tls oye and made him bring his guard
up. Thon a left lu tho stomach bent
tilm over. I pushed him back and
walked after blm. whaling away now
and then for bis body. Gus bad such
a funny look on his face that I almost
bad to Inngh. He turned to Corbett
nnd ld. "Make him stop chasing me.
Harry." Madden was In Huhlln's cor
ner, peering through thp ropes wltb
bis eyes popping out. nnd overy time
I JanunM one Into Kuhllu's baity 1
could we Madden wince. Ue thought
be had n chance to make a fortune
with Gus. and here was his meal ticket
setting punched full of Inles.
Thr wasn't any font v irk or any
MaiUmaUtiM. JVaWWW. AA Ho
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iiwir Mfer Aut' Sanapatilh Quntly." Ayr Sarsapirilia J a strong
t a ton'c far tht
thing fancy about the fighting now, I
just waded in and pumped In lefts
nnd rights wherever there was n hole
to throw a glove through. Huhlln's
punches were weak, and ho backed
away steadily. Neur tho end of tho
round 1 sorit In two I wavy punches,
and Gus went down for a long count.
IIo got up In time, but was very weak,
and tho gong sounded Just then. Buck
in bis corner tins told Madden that my
body punches were "tearing tho lining
out of him."
During the rest I told Delaney that I
was going out to wind It up. As soon
as tbo bell rang 1 Jumped up and went
right nftcr Ituhlln. IIo backed nvay
and blocked my punches at first.
VVltbout letting up a second t kept hltn
going. Now I shifted to bis head
again and reached fqr his chin. Intend
ing to make hltn hold a high guard
that would leavo n good opening for
my favorite knockout punch In tbo
body. Gus caught a fairly bard right
on tbo chin that threw blm against
tbo ropes, and he (lopped to tho floor.
When he got up ho was staggering.
As I camo In again deliberately Gus
cut loose with wild swings.
Ho know he was whipped and was
taking a "dying chauce." 1 shoved
blm back to the ropes. Gus tried to
jab mo away. Blocking the punch, I
stepped In and whipped my left Into
the pit of bis stomach. I meant that
for tho knockout blow. , tlt Ituhlln
hadn't been ns tntujh nn .whalebone the
punch would tiavo finished him. As it
was it flung blm back against the
ropes again, nnd he stayed on his feet.
I was Just rushing In when tho boll
rang. Billy Madden, I think, was
throwing up the sponge. Madden aud
Denver Ed Jumped In and dragged
Gus to his corner. I turned around.
Bat down nnd looked across tho way,
Ituhlln was doubled over In his chair.
Madden spoke to Martin, and the big
black fellow walked to the, middle of
tho ring and called to Harry Corbett:
"Wo glvo up." said Martin.
Tho fight was over. I went across
tho ring und looked at Ituhlln aud
asked him what was the matter. He
didn't answer, and so I walked back
again, picked up my sweater aud stnrt
cd for the dressing room.
There was u great rour from the
crowd. Everybody was hissing and
hooting ut Ituhlln fur quitting. A lot
of people climbed Into the ring and
started un iiirfiiini'iit. und Ituhlln was
hustled out of the way.
Now. on the day f tor that fight peo
ple all over tile country wpre calling
Gus a "quitter." lu fairness to a good'
fighter who has shown plenty of gamu
ness In the ring against other men
I'll say right hero that Huhlln never
was a quitter. The only reason he
stopped that ylglit In San Francisco
was that ho couldn't get up to fight the
next round, anil he knew It. My
heavy body punches bad nearly bro
ken him In two, If he hud gone down
after that hist punch In thu body and
had been counted out, as Corbett was
at Carson, uubpdy would have had
auy chance to llmhfnult. I wasn't sur
prised when (Jtm gave up, The only
thing that did surprise me was win
ning tho fight x soon nnd so easily.
He didn't put a mark on 'me. nnd I
had expected a hnrd. grueling battle.
There was grout Joyln "10 JcCf"lcs
camp after that tight. As. for mo, no
body scorned anxious to bother rao for
i'hoto by Amuricun Press Association.
JKKKMES THAINl.NU KOU JOHNSON JKYV
awhile, aud i determined to go on thu
hunting trip ot my life.
Bob KltuHliuiiuinn did some groat
fighting after losing thu championship
to me. Just before the end of the
Horton law In Now York state Fits
knocked out Uus Ituhllu lu sis rounds
nud Tom Sharkey lu two. Thu fights
were ouly two weeks apart.
1 was In the east ut that time, aud
Fltzslmmous challenged me. (1 want
ed to fight ou tbo last nlgbt of tho
I refused, of course, because I'd have
(o go Into the ring untrained. I never
fought yet without training bard, and
I never will. Any tighter owes that
much to his frlvtids. I wouldn't light
a dub without training, Whim thou
sands of frlouds all over tho country
bet ou every light I'm In 1 thluk they
lutvo u right to know I'm lu shape.
lu any case FltxMtmnons wasn't tho
kind nf a man to go upngn!ust without
1 told Hob ho could luwo hU chance
soon enough, and u little later on wo
made a match to tight In San Fran
cisco ou July !. 1002, Bob kept up
light training at his homo lu Benson
hurst, with Gus Ituhlln as bis spurring
partner, and wheu the time came to
start for tho coast he wns In great
shapo. He camo to Onllfornla fooling
sure of btMtlug me. lit whb one of
tin) most confluent men In tho world.
vour doctor how often ho prescribes an
It . I . t ,.!!. I . I , ...Ml I
m aiSUUUllli OUOIUIUIH Ul WUllUlKll. U Willi
LJLJ probably say, "Very, very rarely." Ask
how often lie prescribes a tonloforthcm.
will probably answer, "Very, very fro-
entirely free from alcohol.
SAN FRANCISCO'S REPUTATION
AS THE "PARIS OF AMERICA"
HURTING ITS CHANCES FOR
GETTING AID FOR CELEBRAT
ING COMPLETION OF CANAL.
T UNITED VBfSS LEASED WISS.
Sacramento, Calif., Juno 1C.
Governor Glllctt stopped tho bl?
flght to save tho Panama-Pacific ex
position to San Francisco.
New Orleans, tho other claimant,
was making capital out of .the
"Parls-of-Amerlca" conditions al
ready existing at San Francisco, and
tho added, weight of tho big light to
this argument precluded tho success
of. San Francisco, in tho governor's
July 4, 1910, was sacrificed to tho
ontlro summer' of 1915. Tho gover
nor looked five years ahead instead
of less than that number of weeks.
This was the unvarnished gossip
about tho capital today after the
world of Bport and finance and mov
ing pictures had been shocked by
tho news of Governor Glllott direct
ing Attorney-General Webb to stop
tho flght or prosecuto nil partici
pants. The governor has been heart
ily at work in an effort to land tho
big exposition for San Francisco.
His trip east was undertaken with
that view. Ho personally believes
San Francisco tho only logical slto
for tho commemoration of tho com
pletion of the Panama canal. Ho be
lieves that New Orleans Is not tho
logical place. Ho has headed off tho
greatest slnglo sporting event ovor
planned on the ground that tho fight
would, If held nt San Francisco,
send that exposition to Now Orleans,
nccordlng to a statement by a
frlond of tho governor.
fUNiTKn mas iHAsnn wmn 1
Bolso, Jdaho, Juno 16. Through
the publication of on unofficial esti
mate of the population of this city
as 20,250, together with 5000 inhab
itants, enumerated in tho suburban
districts not Included within tho cor
porate limits, and with the declara
tion that the figures wore correct,
Boise, in all probability, will develop
census scandal similar to that of
Tho confidence with which tho lo
cal newspaper heralded tho figures
as accurate has forced a demand that
it. bo ascertained where tho "leak"
took placo. After making its an
nouncement of the figures tho news
papers declared that no "leak" ex
isted In tho Idaho bureau but It had
"authorltativo information" to tho
offoct tho census it quoted was cor
rect. Supervisor Josoph Porrault Jr.
who had charge of tho Idaho census,
has declared that bo Is certain no
"loalc" has occurred, and that thoro
are but two members of the force,
himself and Craig Pettlnglll, his as
slstant, 'who know tho population of
We offor ono hundred dollars re
ward for nny case "of catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O
Wo, tho undersigned, havo known
F. J, Chonoy for tho last 15 years,
and bollevo him perfectly honorabl
in all business transactions and
financially nblo to carry out any
obligations mado my his firm.
WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholosalo Druggists. Tolodo, O
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takon In
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces ot the
systom. Testimonials sent froo.
Price, 75 cents per bottlo. Sold by
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logo, from Dr. Shoop, Itaclno, Wis.'
It is silver-plated, very protty, and
positively prevonts nil dripping ot
tea or co(Too. The Doctor Bends It,
with his now froo book on "Health
Coftoo" simply to introduco this
clovor substitute for roal Coffoo. Dr.
Snoop's Health Coffoo is gaining its
grout popularity bocauso ot: first
its oxqulslto tnsto and flavor; second
Its absoluto henltufuhioes; third, Pa
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CHARGE AGAINST HIM WAS OF
LEADING THE MOB AT ST.
JOHNS AT THE TIME THE HIN
DUS WERE DRIVEN OUT.
Portland, Ore., Juno 10. Follow
ing the conviction of Gordon Dickey,
Lite, last night, on the charge of
leading the March riots at St. Johns,
when 50 Hindus were driven from
tho town, Dickey's attorneys IntI
mated today that an appeal from tho
Judgment of the circuit court will be
taken. Tho jury recommended that
extreme leniency ho shown Dickey.
Dickey was tho, , foreman of the
Willamette Pulp and Paper com
pany's log loading plant at St.
Johns, and was tho first of tho riot
ers to be tried on tho indictments
returned by tho Multnomah grand
According to the evidence, Dickey
assisted in ridding St. Johns of tho
Hindus, holding a revolver at tho
head of ono while another man
searched him, and apparently acting
as leader of the ,crowds. Dickey
swore that he had nothing to do
with shipping the Hindus away, but
that he told tho men, Instead, to let
them alone. In the riot one Hindu
was thrown from a second-story
window and others were bruised and
beaten, their houses ransacked and
several ot them being robbed.
UNITED rjtrss LStBSn W1EE.
Cleveland 0., Juno 16. A severe
earthquake, probably 3000 miles dis
tant, was recorded on tho St. Igna
tius seismograph today, and It is tho
opinion of Father, Odenbach, scien
tist at the institution, that tho shock
centered In the Iceland region.
The first shock was recorded at
2:49 a. m. and was followed by two
others, one at 2:55 und the third at
3 a. m. Tho last, shock wasof long
duration, ending 4il5 a. m.
The shocks werev of sufficient vio
lence to do tremendous damage If
they struck an inhabited district.
Washington, June 1C. A tre
mendous earthquake shock was re
corded on tho Georgetown University
seismograph early today.
Tho shock was sufficient to cause
great damago If It struck a civilized
portion of the world, according to tho
belief of Father Thbrndorf, in charge
of the Instruments.
The. tremors were almost continu
ous from 1:48 a. m. until 4:11 a. m.
Tho movement was east to west.
f UN ITH11 TRESS LKARKP WtTtH,
Dawson, Y. T., Juno 1G. Tho
White Pass stoamer Casca, Captain
Williams, lies nt tho bottom of tbo
Thlrty-mllo river, 12 miles south of
tho Hootallnqua. Carrying 65 first
class pnssengors, 50 second class, 15
sacks of mail and 100 tons of
frolght, tho Casca struck a rock and
sank almost Immediately.
Tho mall and passengers were
moved safely but the merchandise Is
ruined. Thoro Is nlno feet of wntor
In the onglno room. A bargo being
pushed nheod by the Casca, carrying
130 tons ot dredge material for the
Yukon Gold company was not dam
aged. Many ot the Caeca's passen
gors wore bound for tho Idltarod.
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St. . Ptreburg, Juno 16. Thre
lias UW nn Increaso of 23.,! 9,000 in
Ui jippultUlun qf tbo RuMfen empire
sine 1T. Hoarding to ths rtrt of
th iawnwwtt statistical depart
ment, just leaued. The tetal popula
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The work on the Jungfrau Rail
way is progressing so rapidly that it
will probably be opened next year
to Jungfrau Joch, where a station
and hotel accommodating 200 per
sons have been hewn out of the solid
Reform School Supplies.
Sealed -proposals are Hereby invit
ed for fdrnishing the Oregon State
Reform School with supplies for the
six months ending December 31,
1910. Said K'lppllcs to consist of
groceries, bread stuffs, meat, leath
er and findings, clothing, etc List
with specifications will be furnished
on application to the institution. All
bids must be In by Juno 24, 1910,
and must bo accompanied by certi
fied check of 10 per cnt of the bids,
made out to the superintendent of
the school. All goods must, be de
livered by tho successful bidder on
or before July 15, 1913, and must
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um on every dollar you spend with us, In other words, you
can buy $1,00 worth of goods for every 85 cents you spend
with us now. Hence the nigh cost of furnishing a home has
been reduced more than it has advanced the last few years,
Everything is cheaper than it was three years ago, Watch
our window for a special sale of couches, This has been the
greatest money-saving sale of house furnishings Salem has
ever known, People are taking advantage of this opportunity
to save money, Remember the price of everything is re
duced except a few contract goods,
Any mother 'who has had exper
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Sumpter , once Oregon's most
thriving mining camp, had a popu
lation of 1800 in 1900. The govern
ment census this year is 700.
Chamberlain's Cougb Remedy the
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"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
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How many persons who go
On Sunday excursions to roam,
Tako baskets of many good things
And leave their manners at home.
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see when tho tlmo Is up, and,
remit promptly, or 'notify us
to stop the paper; otherwise
bill will be made for the time
the paper comes after explra-
tion of last payment.
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Now that they've begun to Investi
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versities, the muck-rakers will have
The U. S. Geological survey has
sent an Inspector to examine Into tho
oil prospects of tho entire western
coast north of Coos Bay.
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