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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It . TUESDAY. FEB. 5, 1907.
Pacific Third Degree.
Hoce Croix 7:30 p. m.
Lei Aloha Chapter Regular.
All visiting members of tbe
order re cordially Invited to at
tend tneatlnta of; local lodge.
rlARMONY LODQE, No. t, I. 0. O. P.
' 'Mteti every Monday evening at 7:10 i
lu I O. O F. Hall, Fort street.
B. K. HENDRY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. 0.
At) Till tin brother! vrj cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. t, K. f P.
Meet! every Tueidajr venlni at
I: SO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, Kinr
itreet. Vlsltlnr brother cordially In
vited to attend.
A. S. WEnUEIt, C. C.
F. WALDItON, K. It. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every Friday cvenlrf at
K. P. Hall, King itreet, at 7:30. Mem
bert ot Mysllo Lodje, No. 2 Wm. Mc
Kinley Lodge. No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
It. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY. K. It. B.
HONOLULU LODQE U, . P. O. E.
7 Honolulu Lode? No. GIG. U. P. O. E
Ill meet In tlielr bull on King near
JWrt street I'very Friday evening.
iJr order of the K. It.
HAKHY II. SIMPSON,
II. 1 MURRAY, E.It.
tVm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. , K.of P.
Meet every Caturday evening at
f:0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
tract. VUltluc brother! cordially In
fit' to attend.
L. H. WOLF. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. IL 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. K.
Meets on tbe 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
clock In K. ot P. Hall, King stret
Visiting Eaglea are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOOKE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F.
VUlttng brothers cordially Invited u
E. V. TODD. Sachem.
A. E. MUIII'IIV. C nt It
OAMIEN COUNCIL No. M3, Y. M. I.
Meti avery second and fjurth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
HhII. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
CHUNQ WAH LODQE, No. 4, K. of P.
Meet every second nnd last Tues
day evening nf each mouth, at K. or
P. Hall ut 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers ure cordially Invit
ed to attend.
YAP SEE YOUNO. C.C..
SAMUEL L. WONG, K.ll.S.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
' and charge only what's '
427 QUEEN 8T. rEU MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIQLER, Manager
manufactured from pure distilled ws
tnr. Delivered to any part of elty by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kawalo. Telephone Blue 3151,
The Kind You Like.
No Other Competes.
.1 - PHONE MAIN 197.
King and Bethel Sts.
That is what people
want today. ELAS
TIC CARBON PAINT
is (ire proof, weather
proof, acid proof. We
guarantee that it
will last on a roof ut
least five years.
177 S. KING ST.
It Is to our Interest as well as
yours to develop your films and
plates the best we know how,
so as to promote picture-taking
and not discourage It, We em
ploy the most expert developers
and printers to be found and do
the work carefully and scientifi
cally. Conditions are Ideal now for
picture-taking. Bring your neg
atives to us.
" Everything Photographic "
No waits between courses
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all the time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patrons get
the best the market affords.
25 CENT8 WITH BEER.
Wank books of all aorta, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tbe Bulletin Pub
tJaMim.iH h Hilllf Pitfall
LOCAL AND GENERAL
if . it t ti h ;( i( t fl )t tf V K W
Family wants are nu
merous and of dally urg
ency. Why not let a Bul
letin want ad. do your
wjlklng and talking?
Tall) has, lively, autos. StUj tie. StbU.I
Best cup of cotlee lu Hi illy. Iew
Drink Itulnlrr beer. There' new
strength mill vigor In every drop.
Whitney & Marsh's Bhlrt waist Bale
will last until Thursday evening.
If your sen log machine needs repair
ing phone Denny & Co.. Main 4S8.
A siwclnl meeting of Chung wan
1-oilge No. 4, K. of P. will be held this
i veiling nt 7:30
James, dear, do not forget to ring lip
Main CS, the Pacific Transfer Co., and
ordtr that wood nnd ronl.
You niuy be looking for n Hawaiian
hat. The II. Oilman curio store, Hiiil
Fort street, hni nu elegant line on
Mstlc lxlge K. of 1. will hnvr
work In the tlilnl rank this evening.
MemberH nnd visiting brothers cordial
ly Invited to be picseiit.
N. Fernandez, notary public, type
writer, etc., has removed his ofllee to
No. S44 Kaahnuianii street, opposite
Hie office of Theo. II. Davies & Co.,
Low prices at the New Kugland Bak
ery. In this climate Elastic Carbon l'alnt
hus nbsolute claim lo superiority. It
Just lllls the hill, nnd that N what you
want. And U-wers & Cooke want J oil
to have It.
Dr. McLennan has returned and ru
tinned practice at Dr. McGruw cot
I age, corner Itlchnrds and Reretnula
ttrects (Itoynl Hawaiian Hotel block)
1'lione Mnln 229.
All kinds of vulentlnes will be
lound ut The Hawaiian News Co. Ill
iiieusiiru with the ever-increasing pop
ularity of Valentine Day, we Iiuvb this
year enlarged our usual stock.
In the matter of .lames I Holt, tux
Assessor, versus Elizabeth Hart, the
defendant (lemurs to the petition of
Hie plaintiff on the ground Hint It docs
not het forth sufficient fucts Tor u'cnuxp
The Seaside has plenty of surl
boards, surf canoes, Canadian canoes
etc., which are at the disposal of Its
guests. Remember that the best bath
lag and the best surf for board riding Is
directly In front of the Seaside.
Judge Lindsay has ordered. In the
divorce matter of Maggie I'upuhl vs.
Samuel I'lijmlil. that the defendunt pay
to the plaintiff temporary alimony lu
the sum of jr, weekly, ending the
court proceedings nnd $25 for counsel
The Seamen's Institute will open
Its new (iiuirtiTB In the Sallow' Home
building on Alaken Btreet with appro
priate ceremonies on Thursday even
ing. Keb. 7. A concert under the ill
lection of It. Ilode will be u lending
The Ilo.ird of Health statistics
i.how that thu total number of deaths
for January, 1907. were 100. an In
crease of 32 compared with the cor
responding mouth of tUflC. Of tln!o
CO were iiiiiIch and 4fi females. Six
teen deaths occurred In public Insti
tutions. The caunes were us follow
Febrile 1, diarrheal 8, dietetic 4, con
stitutional 17, developmental 4, ner
vous 10, circulatory 9, respiratory 24,
digestive 24, lirliituy 2, accident and
MORROW 50RRV 1
Cupt. Monow, quartermaster captain
or the Thomas, who was acting In tho
same capacity on tho Sheridan when
she ran nshoro nt Harbor's Point,
tseeiued to he very much surprised at
the treatment given Chief Officer An
scll or thu Sheridan by the officials of
the War Department. CapL Morrow
did not criticize the action or his bu
perlors lu uuy wny but seemed to be
very sorry to hear of Anuell's dis
missal mid so expressed himself.
The blame for Ansell's dismissal Is
laid on the shoulders of CapL C. K.
Humphreys, till recently quartermas
ter hi.-o. It Is said that the chief offi
cer refused tu take Instructions from
htm over the head of Capt. Penbody
and as a result has been dropped from
JJBT"For Rent" ca-is on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Of the latest pattern and novelty
were received by us ex Alameda.
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef
fects characterize the line.
You'll fall to get the Eastern style
If you neglect choosing from this ex
You are Invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satisfaction In price
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
2 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741, P. O. Box 881
f W I 11. Atl ! Wm,
v JX-rirr7it rrn g
K Pllski V. X2JF
That's right, five there are others,
but these are the Important ones for
you and your eyes:
you frown or squint In looking
at an object;
your eyes show an Intolerance
they tire, ache, smart or wa
ter; objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These, are a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
that point to us.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May & Co.
HAWAIIAN HATS, FEATHER LEIS,
TAFAS, FANS, DEEP SEA CORAL.
We Make a Specialty of the
Hawaiian Souvenir Goods.
Fine Engraving Promptly Done.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
4,000 JAPS MONTHLY FOR
Victoria, U. U Keb. 5. The Japan
ese government Is' planning to Increase
the numhir of penults for emigrant
to Hawaii to four thousand si mouth.
TWELVE KILLED BY
l'liehlo. Colo.. Keb. D. A dozen per
cons were kl'lled yesterday In a snow
slide. COAST TO GET MORE FEDERAL
Washington, Keb. G. A bill provld
ing for three more Kederal Judges for
the Pacific coast has been favorably
INDIAN ROUND-UP IN
Mexico, Feb. 1".. The Mexican gov
iriimcnt has decided to deport all the
Yun.nl Indians to Tehiiuntepec.
The Mexican government has been
In u stute of warfare with the Yaqul
Indians for the past thirty years.
Troops uie periodically Bent out to
quell Indian uprisings, but lu nearly
every Instance tho Indians lime drawn
the soldiers Into the mountains and
liiurdeied stores of them.
CHINESE FOR SECTION
101 Paso, Texas, Keb. S. Tho South
tm Pai'lllo railroad has coutiacted for
the employment of three tliouinil Chi
nese laborers on Us Mexlcau extension
Some years ngo both tho Southern
Pacific Company and ,h' H.inti Ye
railway company engaged many hun
dreds 'of Japanese on construction
worlc throughout California, but they
were not u success. They needed con
tinued driving to obtain the least pos
sible amount of work. They were re
placed with large numbers or Portu
guese who take to that class or woilc
New York, Keb. 5. In the Thaw
Irlnl tho witnesses huvo been excluded,
Including the wire und mother or the
prisoner. The first witness to bo ex
amined will he the sou of Stanford
White, the murdered man.
1 JAP STEAMER BURNS WHEAT
I FOR FUEL
Victoria, 11. c, Keb. 5. The Japaucso
S. S. Slilbata Mnru, bound for Japau
from Portland, cxlmuBtod her supply
of coal mid was forced to burn wheat
1 1 om her carno as fuel.
THERMOMETER DROPS 80
Huvie, Montunu, Keb. C The ther
mometer leglstered fifty degrees below
zero heic yesterday. Such intense cold
haB not been experienced iere lu thu
past twenty-seven yeurs.
The Weekly Edition of tbe Evenlna
Uulletln gives a complete summary of
tbe news of the day. For SI yr,
Evening Bulletin 75 per month.
You will find us on Hotel 8treet
Just opposite Union.
We are down stairs becauce we
want more visitors. Ac was, many
customers would have climbed five
flights of stairs to see our magnificent
stock of books. As Ic, these will not
be discomforted and the new store
will be more convenient for tho, don't-care-to-cllmb-stalra
We cordially Invite customers,
whether they wish to buy or not.
We want them to see what we have,
so they can ell their friends.
Standard books, rare editions, orig
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
th nws of the day.
J 064 Fort St.
Judge Hohliison this morning ex
c-u seil for the term nil the Jurors sorv
Ing In his court with tho exception
or thirteen, eleven of whom ure on
the Jury In the Crawford caBe. Tho
thirteen remaining will be (Uncharg
ed ut the conclusion of the case, ex
cept a few who have volunteered to
serve the rest of the term. It is the
custom nt the expiration of the first
four weeks of n court term for the
Judge to excuse thoso Jurors who do
not desire to servo longer.
The Judge ordered u special venlro
to fill up the Jury list. The follow
ing men were drnwn und ordered to
appear Thursday morning:
Henry A. Giles, James L. P. Robin
Kin, Wm. C. Lnno Jr.. Henry Deln
mix, M. K. Temple, Wm. C. King, K.
C. Illvcu, .fames K. Mersebcrg, Iljal
tuur P. It. Glade. Win. Wugener, Job
II. Il.ichelnr, Chns. Phillips, Ulysses
Baldness Due to a Living Minute
Many people, even unto tho present
day of grace, consider baldness duo to
Nothing is further from tho truth
UaldncBS is canned by thu onslaught ot
u minute organism which secretes it
self beneath thu scalp and attucks thu
roots of thu hair causing it to lose Its
llfo and fall out.
This organism cannot be got rid of
except by tho free and iierseverlng
use or Nowbro's Herplclde.
No matter how badly thu scalp Is
infected thu Dandruff surely disap
pears und bulr health Is restored when
Ilerplcldu Is applied.
"Destroy thu cause you removo tho
Sold by leading druggists. S'end
10c lu stamps fur Famplo to Tbu Iler
plcldu Co., Detroit, Mich. Ilolllster
Drug Co., special agents.
CHALMERS In this city, Feb. 3. 1907,
to Mr. muf Mrs. JnoT Chalmers, of
Wnlmaiinlo, u son,
The BUSINE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives
conelse ana comoteia resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, buMdlng permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
754 Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
gfl par year.
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars Is the
Why? Because It Is the finest type
of a cigar. It Is a make of exceptional
merit; of most pleasing aroma and
devoid of rankness.
Try the DOCTOR and you will get
a cigar of high quality for 5c.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREET8
NEW VENIRE FOR
- '"j.vl -
MORE DOLLAR BOATS
(Continued trom Page 1)
Itlch of Santa Cruz; Harris ft Illcli;
Mrs. Itlch. nnd others, Mr. Itlch I
the city attorney of Howler Creek. I
am employed by Leonard & Rich, nnd ,
ueun is employed uy no.
"Wo hnve given bonds with the
Dollar Steamship Company whereby
we secure the charier nf two Btenin
era until May. After that we have
an option whereby we can continue
the rharter, If we should wish to do
po. We will do no If we find the bus
iness n profitable one.
'We have no Inlmr arrangement
connected with thu proposition. It
Is a pure nnd Blmple pnssenger-rnr-rylng
buslnewi. When I left I did not
know what steamer would be tbe
first one to Ball nnd when It Would
nrrive, so I cabled to Rich to find out.
Rich cabled back that the Ohio would
sail Keb. Si. As a consequence, I
thought that the Ohio would he our
first boat, but now I see that there
must hnve been some mistake nbout
the name of the boat. I shall un
doubtedly get full particulars by the
"I ran understand that the Pacific
Mall nnd tho Oceanic Steamship Co.
people might kick, but I don't see
why the community of Honolulu
should object to our carrying Japan
cm. It Is plain that tho Jnpanese
who wnnt to go to the Stntcs will go
somehow. If they did not go by our
MenmcrH, they would go by the Pa
cific Mnll or Oceanic boats, bo there
would be no difference anyhow."
Mugrldge explained further that
ho was especially interested In a
mining proposition, nnd that tho
mnln object of his visit to the Islands
was to sell stock of the Anglo-Cnll-fornlnn
Mines Consolidated Co.,
which has properties In Amador
County In California.
(Continued from Page 1)
deed to uuy of their properties. Now,
as I understand, It Is the duty of u
trustee to be faithful, honest und
prudent lu his Investments, and It
seems to me there has been no pru
dence nt nil, nnd, under all tho cir
cumstances or the case, It seems to
me no more than Just und proper that
you, as guardian, should bo sur
chuigud with tho sum of' 2,rS1.30
In other words, the t'ourwllljiiotni
low tho mortgage us It now stands to
be considered n u security for the
minors property, und you nru here
by surcharged f L',8f1.30. And It Is
further ordered, lu view ot nil the
circumstances, ou be removed from
tho position as guardian or the estate,
and the Court of Its own motion ap
points Mr. It. It. Trent ns gtinrdlan
of the estate of the minors In this
mutter, and that you forthwith .turn
over ull the property of Hie estute to
tuch guardian, It, II. Trent; upon his
qualifying as guardian aforesaid, mid
tiling an n'pprnvcd bond In the bu.ii
of 13,000. It is so ordered."
Kullertou swallowed tho above
dose with ii rye face, but made no nn
swer. He, simply faded out of the
Kruuk Archer's faults were laid by
the Judge to an Inability to under
stand. There was no hint of Inten
tional dishonesty In the homily the
Judge delivered In his case, but It
wusu't pleasant. "I must say," re
marked the Court to Archer, "that
Mr. Archer has not been us diligent
In his duties ns he should liavo been.
U the same time, I think he has
made n fair explanation. I do nut
think ho hns fully compruhouded his
duties In the matter; at all events,
there has been no lo'ss to tho estute
through the -delay, although there
might have bean, Therefor I will
not surcharge Mr. Archer with the
commissions, which I might other
wise have done, and, as the master
very properly suggested, that course
might hnvo been taken by the Court.
At the same time Mr. Archer asks for
a fee In the mutter. I think it would
bo very wiong for the astato to pay
thu fee. In view of tho acts of tho
guardian, and the guardian should
pay thu feu. Otherwise I think ev
erything Is piopur."
UNEMPLOYED DEMAND WORK
IiOiulon, Jan. 15. Processions of tbe
unemployed are reported to be now of
dally occurrence in Johannesburg,
Three hundred men carrying red flags
marched through the streets the other
day demanding ot the Town Council
to prepare a scheme of relief work.
Blank books of all sortt. ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
Kohala Ditch Company, Limited,
I'm siiunt to tho cull ot thu Presi
dent, notice is hereby given that thu
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the KOHALA DITCH COMPANY
LIMITED, will be held ut the office
ot Hind, Hulph & Co., Campbell
Ulouk, Fort and Merchuut Streets,
Houolulu, ou Thursday, tbe 14th day
of February, 11)07, at if o'clock a, m.
of said day, for the purpose of elec
tion of olllcers and for such other
business us may be hi ought befuie
Dated Honolulu, February .', 1907,
A. LEWIS, JR.,
Secretary Kohala Ditch Co., Ltd.
Monday, Kebruary 4.
Sohr. Knwnllnnl, from Pearl Hrtrbor,
C p. in.
Tuesday, February 6
U 3. A. T Thomas, l.ynani, from
Manila and Nagasaki, 8 a. m.
Monday, February 4.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zeeder, for San
Francisco, G-15 p. in.
Hlmr. W. fl. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kannl jKirts, u plmi, r
i Stmr, Kc An Hon, Sachs, for Kannl
porie, 5 p. nn , " "
Stmr. Nllliau, Townsend, for Mnka
well, A p. m.
Stmr. twnlanl, Plltz, for Molokrl,
Maul and 1-nnal ports, f p. in.
Dr. S. S. Duccntaur, Jenkins, for
Victoria and Vancouver, p. In.
A.-II. S. 8. Nevndan, (Ireene, from
San Francisco, In morning.
Stmr. Mlkahalu, Gregory, from Kuiml
ports, may arrive In morning.
C.-A. S. S. Mlowern, Hemming, from
the Colonies, In morning.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, for San
Francisco, 10 a. m.
C.-A. S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, ror
Victoria and Vancouver, lo sail In nr-
Kr. cruiser Calln.it, llnulefeullle. for
Samoa, to sail.
A. II. 8. S. California!!, Sweetser, for
Kahiilul, j). m.
Matsou 8. S. Enterprise, Voungreii,
M H, W it K x W JC Ml M H H XKKK
K PASSENGERS W
Per U. S. A. T. Thomas, from Ma
nila., Feb.. !. Hugh A. Allen. Mrs.
A. S. Anderson, Mrs. John Reach,
Master .1. Ileach, Lieut. A. O. Harbor,
Hrlg. Gen. O, P. llorden, Mrs. 0. P.
Horden, II. Baldwin. Mrs. C. L. Bo
uvo, Leonard 8. Bell. W. 3. Cox,
O. L. W. Clark, Lieut. A. K. Com
mlskey, II. L. Cunnge, Mm. W. II.
Cox, Mis. II. Dorey nnd Infant, Brig.
Gen. W. S., Edgerley. Mrs. W. 8.
Edgcrley, Lieut. . M. Enochs, Mrs.
C. W.. Furr, Mrs. C. II. Cost, Mus
tcr Gost, Arthur Gill, Mrs. G. W. Gil
bert, -J. N. Hnrvell, A. K. ffirtchln-
kon, Lieut. Col. J. A. Hull, Mrs. J.
A. Hull, Bishop J, 8. Johnston, P. B.
Jones, Lieut. C. 8. Kcmpff, Mrs. C
F. Kcmpff, Capt. 11. Lee, Capt. C.
(I. Itwrcnce, Major Gun. Jesse M.
Lee. Mrs. Jesse M. Leu, A. O. Lar
son, Mrs. F. C. Landers. O. V. II.
Moseley, Mis. Moseley nnd child, Mrs.
J. R. Mount, Mrs. C. J. Miner and
three children. Mrs. C. J. Nuylor
und children, Miss Nellie Nlckersou,
11. N'. NIcIioIIh, Mrs. J. L. Plurce,
W. A. Plaits, A. Rudy, E. Reeves.
Miss II. Reynolds. Lieut. W. F. L.
Simpson, Mrs. M. K. Somervllle.
Capt. Cromwell Stucey, Lieut. John
T. Snyles. O. h. Smith. E. C. Tlmo
ncy, Mrs. Tlmoney und children, Mrs.
W. E. Thomus, Jwe,. Vlckcrs, Mrs.
J. C. Vlckors, ll.d'.Waddle, S. 11.
Weston, Mrs. S.'ll. Weston, MrB. J.
W. Wlckorsham. L. Williams. Mra.
W. 1). Wltham, J. II. Costellow,
Mrs. C. Deremmutt and two chlldreu,
Milton Hcckert, It. J. Kelly, two,
nurses, Mrs. Paine and child, Mrs. J.
Rlnghelm, T. Shields, Mrs. J. E. Stit
zcr, Murcos VIntos. For Honolulu
Mrs. W. R. Bowne nnd Infant, Japan
cm femulo nurse; R. A. McCauloy;
22 civilian Bteernge passengers, 12
discharged soldiers, 02 casuals, 112
enlisted men, U. S. N. und U. 8. M.
C; 31 sick In hospltul, 21 general
)( K'tt 'A A1 & U j & & M f, & & M M W
n. PA88ENQER8 K
H Departing J4
Per stmr. Klnaii, for llllo und Hu
wall ports, 12 m. I. Awayagi, B. She
bayama, Lau Sheong, D. D. Hoag, M.
Meertelf, W. II. Sexton, C. M. Wil
liams, Mrs. Denny, II. F. Judd, D. Mc
Laren and wife, Mrs. J. Hlccard, Miss
II. Rlccard, C. L. Denny und wife, Robt.
Fruser, Mrs. Mnhac, J. B. Selander, J.
8. Clark, Rev. II. II. Johnstou, S. E.
Wall, Sol. Anakalea, F. J. Dillon, J. 8.
Ferry, J. F. Woods, II. R. Brynnt, It.
R. Elgin, Mrs. Jnea. Queen Lllluoka
lanl, E. F. Dement, Mrs. F. W. Magee,
D. H. Case, D. Haiighs, C. M. Lovested.
II. Mason, H. P. Euklu and wife, T. It.
nubinson, R. p. Robinson.
ARMY MEN TO BECOME TEA
DRINKERS Wushlngtou, Jan. 19. Tea will re
place coffee lu the Army subsistence
II tbe recommendation of Colonel Vat
try Havurd, assistant surgeon general
lu the United States Army, lu adopted.
This Is the result of his observation
while with the Russian Army In Muu
chnrlu. It Is the practice of the Eng
lish, Russian and Japanese armies.
Colonel Havard found tea superior to
coffee because It Is easier to transport,
freserve und prepare and can be drunk
without uny disagreeable niter effects.