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Ask for a. Christmas Order
Mfe,- Wry U' 'y -'.; -v.r
CO prcfcrlted'. ty former '.'President
i:cc:rvc!t, In cf his fits cf strr-.u
c;: :t) ;hcr. h? decibe l thr.t all army
cTIicrs v.cre L.clly iJUs, and that
a little joltins would be ncod far
their livers. ' , . :
The test ride is a joke for cavalry
cfHcrrs, and ether fi.Id officers' v;ha
are r:cre cr l::3 In the a;! .13 all the
tins, -tut fcr ir.fr.ntry-.cfflrsr:
cllr.b ::dsi'!y'cr.t3 I c!.:r:
(3 drill a 1
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. ;' "n a swivel tl ilr,
th? ri.lo 13 t sr.:cthin j cf ' a ' Lu:.ahsa.
They I. -vc to into camp during the
three tl .ye, and to ta examined rhysl-
tha ivories in a vac cat let in Iwllei
--ce: r: -y l:a brc-.'ht' up ; before
Juel.e I ler.r .rrat's ceurt this morning
and were all released 'en bail,' the
cs?e being laid over until tomorrow.
.Tha c eng was furprierd at tl ir
: .r.:.2 yc. '-rday rserr. 'r.-: by 'As si;' ".t
C :.i:f cf I etectives I" llett, .whv , t
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i: tl. .hc!a bar. d..rh e onts.ii..:cd
to s; : . r f er, trial, are Cam At a, Een
Tallrrt, Ed. Holt, . Kclca, ", Kalehua,
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cally before the first rida and after
cacli day's Jaunt
Here in Ilavaii the ride O person
ally led fcy General Macomb, who has
always been a horse soldier, and who
is one cf the most expert riders, in
the department. Twenty ...miles'-', in
three hears is play for him, and last
year he . led the officers a merry clip,
cc:.-.; 'eting th ? dletance In well under
tl: 3 required time each ctay.;; Cuffct
lu ch.er.s are lll.ely to be the popular
ferr.i cf entertainment' at Cchcfield
Ee.rrr c' s fcr the 'n.xt fe e days.
field ye..:.:day, and camped near the
Fifth Cavalry cantonment They' will
make' the Vide early each morning, 'so
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Vhat oh. cer ; of the ; quartermaster
crrps. will .'be .'sent to Echoleld, Bar
racks , to (take over the important d'
ties- bf running the practical end of
the big brigade post?. . : -
That's the question that Is going the
rounds in army, 'circles now, for it is
p.: actically certain that in the near
future' a regularly detailed quarter
master wiir succeed to the post now
! Leld by Captain Benjamin IE Watkins
Second ; Infantry,' . post quartermaster.
! Under. the new law Captah Watkins
j vill not be able, to hold the .detail for
jan indefinite time.'and in any event it
t is unlikely that with five members ;of
I tbci corps, regularly , stationed here.
since the absorption of ..the pay and
commissary : departments .under , one
head Schofield, the largest post', in the
array will be left longer without" a
1 egular Q: , W, Kl-y X'7'-rv
k Word reached department headquar
ters - Saturday that Captain ' Chal
mers G. Hall, Fifth Cavalry, had!. been
detailed In the; quartermaster corps.
j Captairt Lister, First! Infantry receiv
: ed the same detail a few days ago, so
J there are now seven quartermasters In
j the department -.Howeyerl; Captains
G .me, Edwaras ana Cooke are an auer
for relief now, and undoubtedly these'
appointments precede their being sent:
back to.' duty with troop. J: I-; I". t
'The position o. post, quartermaster
ati Schofield. Barracks is no sinecure,
and Captain; Watkins has. made a
splendid, record fbr effiicency.. It; is
on him that ; the troublesome question
of 'water supply ; for the present post
has fallen, and also : the continubus
call for improYemeilts In the canton
ments and the' renewal of tentage has
leen up; to hln. Captain Watkins is
a Kentuckianr and Is one of , the most
popular officers in the fegiment j -
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as to avoid IheAeatcf the Cay. V
: The officers who are taking the test
this .year' are; -:f'-
Col; George K. .McGunnial, 'First
Infantrj'. commandant -of Schofield
Barracks; Col. Wilbur : E. AYflds?,
Fifth Cavalry; Col.; Francis Franca,
Infantry"; Lieut.-Ccl. Kaymcnd, rdeii -
cal Corp3r" Lieut-Col. W.' G. Ctamper,
Second Infantry; ,LIev't.-Ccl. ncLert.j
Hirst First Infantry; Lleut-Ccl. Arch
ibald Campbell,-:. aHjutsnt-entral;
Maj. ; D. F. Cheatham, 11. Ccri3;
Maj: E. V. Eraith, Ccccnd Tafantry;
T.Iaj.- J. A. Perm. First Infantry; T.IaJ.
j Wallace DeWitt, Meilteai Ccrrs J.iaJ
( V. P. Vv ooten, 1 Corps of Eaineers;
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CAPTAI H D. H.! WATKINS.
C "Mantius asr emoers",6f ; the fall
en dynasty of detail "holders are now
termed in ! r the;' servlce will positively
have 107 'getV-r fiacS . to '.,. servicd ; with
troop3 ; hy Decenef -15. Thi3 Inform
matlon came' ta department headquar-1
ment rSaturday.v,e; message 3 read
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"Officers with, less than two" years
service withltroops December 15 next,
no matter 1 what length of - service of
officer is, must, be' relieved from all
detached service.., . Inform all - concerned.-
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Soliloquy, of. a discontented, wife :
The connecting link between the ani
mal and the human, is- man.. It7' needs
no i biological research -iwork to find
hlm--hes s already ' too- much - in evi
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Card Gases with Haivauan Sconss
L1c.nCo.Tti Coats ' ;'
rBress and Waisfc i?atG?ns
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Port? Strqcti tclov Convent;
T.Inj. C A. Taymm, nV:.t- Ir.fr. r.try;
MaJ. V. N. CmI".:shar.:;, Tiret I I ' 1
A. A. 'Pru'en, c'
lain, Seccn Infantry; ':?Taj. A. Ll.
Ccnhlin general staff; ?l3j. Jc
- Fraser, First Infantry,
i Tlajsr Timlerlihs, cf tha
.tillery, is permitted to take a v;ell
test Instead cf a rlJc. anJ tl.li
d ha3 cleete J to do.
Crptain W. II. Jchr.ec: is In chrr3
cf department .heaieerters during
the tima tha fiemrn.1 tha r t rf
hi3 staff are aheent c.i tha ri .1 . . .
the usually busy' .'quarters In t
Ycung Hotel lcck3 Ll.a a de "it: I
Orders are cit for the tra: .' :rta
tion of the Fourth Cavalry , f rem its
present station in -the Eouthvet to
Hawaii. ; ; ,f
The Fourth is scheduled to leava
an Francisco on the transport Lc n,
sailing January' 6. The Fifth .13 xet ta
leave here until the February trane
port, so that for a few wee'.:3 Hav, ai
v.'ill have :two full regiments cf here
Thi3 will crowd things at Cehcfield to
a considerable extent, the Fourth hav
iag to 'shift for itself undsr.'canvasun
til the cantonment 'is vacated. If th3
v. e athe-r 13 , rainy the reglm cat's first
impressions of Hawaii will be some
what dismal The Fourth is'now di
vided between Forts Apache and Hua-
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The' mount? of tne organization will
be left behind, " the two regiments
merely, exchanging horses.' It i3 r.ct
definitely known as, yet' what Etaticn
the Fifth has drawn, but it Eeem3 pos
sible that it will go to Arizona. If eo,
it i-will be a pieec, of -exceptionally
tough, luck, for the regiment did duty
on ' the border before its four-year
tour, in Hawaii, and a double dose of
the, desert; with tropical service in be
tween,; is 'rather rubbing it in." -
The private horses of the Fourth are
to be brought to llawaif on the horse
boat Dix, Second" Lieut Robert C. Itod
g'ersFburth Cavalry ,': having been or
dered" to command' the detail that ;will
accompany the l officers' . mounts
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miserable.- She-I am. Half the time
I don't " know whether I ; have goose
flesh or prickly heat". -
The oyster,' fond of friends, Is prone
To -mingle with "a few. , ,J ;
So do not,' put one all alone - :
Intoan oyster stew.
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Ancthsr -thlprr.snt cf thh .r:?u!r f:- !:r:
ire many -new. patterns In ch-irs, til::;. tU;:.
tees. ctc and at rncst sttrastiv. rrlcrs. - V
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