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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT; 14, 1912.
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COPYRIGHT MARR1S AND IWIM. WASH.
' 0;-;;, MAJ. GEN. WOOD f " C
Chief of staff, who mar command ? the t)ahu garrison In 1913.
attat: in ' a a a a a a a a a
"Underground Wireless" to
I Ranking Officer Here Says
Present Chief ot Staff will
Take Comruand of the Army
: of Oahu Next Year "
i The guess made some months ago
ly ' army ; higher-ups, that Major Gen
era) Leonard Wood was slated to com
mand the new. Hawaii division of the
array at soon as his; detail, as chief
cf staff expired, has become a prac
tical certainty Letters just received
ty ranking officers here : who nave
good "underground connections witn
Washington, state that General wooa
will oome to Hawaii early In 1913, and
V will take command or au tne troops
on v the Island, the department being
raised to a division." and being vrun
directly ; with the War , Department,
and not through th Western' Division.
'The plan. Is, according to the letter
ofone Army politician, to put a brig
adier general -fti command of ' Scho
fleld Barracks, General .Macomb bfeing
down for this command.: . He would
then make his headquarters . at ueiie-
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WHolesale prices prevail during this sale.
Pantheon Building, Fort and Hotel Sts.
the distance between Hawaii and dlyl
sion' headquarters at San" Francisco
throws continual, obstacles in the way
of the satisfactory-transaction of offi
cial business... It.taes so long , (pr
letters and papers to go, by. the mall
that official business is often held up
In a most unsatisfactory manner. Then
again, the , Western i Division officials
are not thoroughly, conversant .with
conditions here, and; cannot direct the
work of the army on Oahu as well as
could some one on the ground, armed
withlthe proper authority. -The
second reason : for the plan's
favor locally is that for. some time past
troops stationed at - scnoneia nave
realized; the t desirability of a general
officer to command the posL As -it is
at present,- the senior cploneL to whom
the : Dost command falls. : is forced to
let go of many of his .regimental du
ties, to administer tne. affairs or me
big brigade post, and iUIa harA to sat
isfy all arms of the aeryiee.; no mat
ter how faithfully or disinterestedly
the.xonimaiidIns .off! ceworka,' It-either
an infantry, cavalry vor;artlllery
officer is in command, $be -other two
arms think they are getting the worst
;;nrwd nf course makinK of It The only solatiotr to tne puzzie
hnraarters in Honolulu; ;r lu generaL officer to cmandVSco
i t mpPfA with the een-l field Barracks,: and for this reason the
." "111 i.. r tioro fftrl enmine' of General V Wood Is well
pprovai oi arm oiucers uib, iw ; , - -
rhne reasons.-; In the first, place, thought of. .
ARMY AfJD NAVY NOTES
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Naval demonstrations, at San Fran
cisco, Manila and New -York October
1 4 and 15 have . been ordered by the
Navr DeDartment -:-i Simultaneously
with a review of the Atlantic fleet at
New Yori?, the Pacific TIeet will ren
dezvous" at San . Francisco ; and . the
Asiatic fleet at Manila;5 Officials 'say
there is no. politicals significance in
the order.;. - i ' ' - ..
The demonstrations will follow the
program '.of : exercises of the Atlantic
fleet now in progress off the' coast of
New England. - The, vessels-will as
semble in' the lower Hudson river at
New York for review by President
Taft; and the Secretary' of the Navy.
The ; new' naval monsters, . Arkansas
and Wyoming, the latest additions to
the navy', . will be commissioned in
time to take part. - : t
v. The : President and his . guests,,, in
cluding prominent officials and'rmem
bers of the diplomatic corps," will re
view the - fleet from aboard- ,the; Ar
kansas, -and Rear- Admiral Osterhaus,
comipanding r.the fleet, will . use the
Wyoming as' his flagship."" " -In
number and tornage the fleet
will exceed that whiph was reviewed
In the same 'waters last year. Ia ad
dition to the new ships it will In
clude' the vessels of the Atlantic re
serve fleet and the torpedo and sub
marine flotillas. Arrangements for
th8 review are now being made by
the officials of the Navy Department
:and the officers of theeet
- It is said that, the plans or: assemD
llng and review will. be materially dif
ferent : from the ones carried out at
the demonst ration, last November,
i According to the i: estimate made at
the' Navy Department, i there will be
about ' 120. Vessels gathered in New
York harbor. ; This Is. approximately
twenty-one ' more than were - present
at the 4 great demonstration la&t f No
vember. - - v
The rendezvous of the Asiatic fleet
Is dependent upon the conditions then
prevailing in Chinai it was said at the
At San 'Francisco about fifty ves
sels .will be called together under
command : of Rear Admiral Souther
land. The Asiatic fleet will asemble
approximately .twenty t vessels, under
commandv of - Read -Admiral : R. F.
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FORT end MEHCHANT STREETS s
The revenue cutter service received
full measure of official commendation
by.Presldeht Taft and Secretary Mac
Veagh , lor the " work pf Capt. K. W.
Perry and. the officers and crew ol
the "revenue cutter Manning, on Ko
diak Island, Alaska, rduring the vol
canic eruption of Mount Katmai from
June 6 to 9.
The Manning rescued 500 people,
many of whom wouW have perished
but for this timely aid, which the
President wrote "-compels admiration
and deserves praise." f Instead of put
ting to sea beyond the zone of dan-
FEEL SHAKY, BILIOUS, HEADACHY,
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Sick headaches! Always trace them
to lazy llver.jielayed,4 fermenting food
l In the bowels of a siek stomacn. Poi
'"fconous, constipated matter, gases and
iTille generated In the bowels, Instead
jot being carried out o the systenvis
reabsorbed into the blood. When this
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Cascarets remove the cause by sti
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One taken tonight will straighten you
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you feel bright and cheerful for
months. Children need Cascarets, too
ithey love hem because they taste
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' At a meeting of the board of agrl. j
culture and . .. forestry ; - yesterday,
a scheme of " cooperation with the
eaerai omciais was submitted by the
commutee . on- entomology consisting
of W. M. Giffard,Albert Waterhouse
and X M: Dowsett: After "recltin tba
passage of the Federal act approprlaV
Ing 35,000 for the Investigation , of
the Mediterranean fruit fly; in the
United States and the ' arrival ol Dr.
Back to take charge of the work here,
the committee says that Dr. Back has
instructions from the' chief 'of his de
partment to avail himself of t the co
operation of the Territorial board of
agrlcultufe; also mention the formal
withdrawal of the California, board
from this scene of action, and con
cludes with' the following recommenda
tions, ; which theboard adopted;?
r '4. (That the direction" of the fruit
fly control by artificial meins as al
ready organized and- operated by the
Territorial board of agriculture and
forestry, be : assigned,, to vDr. E.' 'A.
Back, as vits- special agent, and that i
the president .and executive officer be
authorized, to commission Dr. Back as
said special agent for the .purpose
amed, the said assignment and com
mission to be dated as of September
15,1912. ; . : ; V : ,
"2. That the . president and execu
tive officer be authorized to. allow the
balance of . the Territorial : appropria
tion for . combating the fruit - fly , by
artificial means, to be expended under
and by direction of Dr. R A. Back, as
special agent In-Jcooperation 'with: the
Territorial , board of agriculture and
forestry, or its executive officer.
"3. That the use - of a portion of
the premises now partly occupied by
the offices and laboratories of ; the
board, be tendered to Dr. Bacltfor
such purpose as he may deem neces
sary in connection with the work to
which he has been assigned by the
U. S. Bureau of Entomology. .
"4. That your executive officer be
authorized "to officially acquiesce In
the proposal of the. California" state
horticultural commissioner that finan
cial assistance be withdrawn as of
September 1, 1912."
eer. the President pointed out, the
Manning remained in port in the face
of. apparent destruction.
In addition to Capt. Perry, Secre
tary MacVeagh commenced Lieuts.
WK. Thompton, J. F. Hahn and K.
W. Kraft, Shipwriter F. R. Breed.
Assistant . Master-at-Arms R. J. Mad
den, oxswain 0. Huitfeld and S,ea
man F. Campbell.
Twenty-two died and many are
missing as a result of storms and
floods in Pennsylvania.
Samuel Cooleridge-Taylor, the com
poser of "Hiawatha." died in London.
He was born ui 1875.
Emperor William' reviewed 60,000
soldiers, the largest peace army ever
gathered in Berlin. ,
From Nervous Debility, In: z r.
Weali Tilpmcry Prcmaturo
Exhausted Vitality o' any cl!::r
Form Jof Ncuraitliinia?
have been- reduced to 'dcrpalr
physical arid mental exhaustion
have gradually lost hope through
varidui rerncd ies' vvithbut bensfit
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your constitution b brokca your
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