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i:vi:nin iiullktin, Honolulu, t. il, tiii'K8day, aug as, 1909.
Anita Stewart, Who Is To Wed
Prince Miguel Of Portugal.
What Army and Navy
Folk Are Doing
ft PRESIDENT taft declares for
B' POSTAL SAVINGS BANK LAW
HK I'llLY, Aug 20 I'M Iil"
f.irh est lulmic i ! lie. I I x.ilue
hull lied iiIIIIjui nt tin illspnMil
to thi gn rim ic i h vi linilv deposits
Just Arrived in S.S.
ISchuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
Merchant Street, bet. Fort and Alakea Honolulu
Tii rr liitini.iioil In visitors tnda) that he will urge upon Confiress the
ti.inlx lie i iicst.rd tlio linllcf that mil h li.inks would place several
tlu gnvuiiiuent lliu President oxpicski'd himself as being opimseil
Finest Lot of Mules
Brought to Honolulu
Now On Sale
A ileipilih finni WiishlnRton
h.i: Uisicgirdlug nnfolutclj the
danger of deiuli Hint hteatoncd lilm,
niul wishing mil to demonstrate for
tic benellt f iinkrn mill moil who
go to hi' i In hiiIhii.i. Ini't wlii'thur It
Ib possible to iMiipe fiinn thi'lii III
case the) kIiiK. Midshipman Kui
ilcth Whiting, 111 (iiiiiniiliil of the
Kiihiiiiiilne I'iiiikiIm', now In Manllii,
It Is liii.ned ti.ilo, I111I himself
ejected fiom tin- veel while It tout
cil on thu Imilum of the sen 11ml lose
xaloly to the sin fine.
Coniiudis abinrd the vessel
ilonliteil whether he would loath
he Hiirfiup n Ive It wan 11 speui
latlon with 11 brave )oung life at
stake. Hut Whiting U'fiiKcil to con
sider the danger of ilc.ith that lio
net hltn. If theie was a clianro to
escape fiom a submarine, he do
declared, he wished to demolish ate
it, no that In 1 .in- of incident It
would not he iku'.ikiij fin nil lunula
to pcilsh, ns Ins been the case in
accidents that h.ie ahoaily Imp
pencil, WhltliiR's feat Is lepaided an all
the nun u heroic because ho le fused
to ask any of his subordinates to
undertake (lie daugoinus experi
ment, hut, being In loiiiiiiiinil, deem
eil it pioper fill lilnisclf to 1I0 II.
According!), tlie Pinpoint: was low
ered to the linttiiiii of I lie ha), near
Cavitp, and nriangeiiitn'H ni.ido for
When the e fid was n Mlns on
the nitiil nt the liottom, between
slxt) nnd kevent) fiel deep, 'he
crawled Into a turpi do tube Tim
end of tlie tube was closed behind
him. In a submarine n tube Is
( limed or opened on the outside by a
port, which Is moved b) powerful
machinery fium within the ho it.
Tin ro Is n gloat piossuic under wa
ter iiRiilnst the port coer, and It
tultts a trciiiendoiis nmnunt of power
to foico It up When it opens there
Is n great Inrush of water. There
waa extreme danRer of the Inrush
Imprisoning Whiting anil drowning
him before lie could even escape
from the tube.
WhitliiK got within the tube and
secured a hold on the port. Inside
the ofllcorH turned on the power,
the port swinging open. Whiting,
holding on for his life, swung out
with it and with powerful strokes
bwnin clear of the suction of the In
lushing water. Then he shot up to
Immediately after the opening of
the pott tho officers raised the ves
sel. Tor a second the) gazed
around, filled with nnxlet) for Whit
ing. A few feet away thc saw hint
heading for the vessel. They cheer
ed and drngged him nhnaid. The
feat Is regarded as 0110 of the most
remarkable ever attempted In the
The experiment demonstiates that
men In a sunken submarine can bo
uived, piovldlng, of course, the ma
chinery Is not disarranged. Uut It
also demonstrates, too, that ono of
the men must die. Some one must
lemaln behind to keep the machln
ciy in operation while tho others
make the flight through the tube.
The World sa)s In a despatch
fiom Hartford: Hiram Perc) Max
im, tho inventor of tho gun silencer,
lias Just returned fiom Ihiropc,
where since Inst May ho londucted
1 1 England, German, Fiance and
Atishln successful demonstrations
of hia Invention. Mr. Mnxlm he
llecs that If there Is another war
of the great poweis It will he fought
with airships. To show that his
gun silencer Is necessary for guns
used on airships, Mr. Maxim gave
an Illustration that proes his he
ller. Tho flnsh from an ordlnar) gun In
an airship, he said, would communi
cate with tho hydrogen, nnd that
would ho tho end of the airship.
Mi. Maxim fired n rifle without the
sllemei attached. There was a
deafening report and a large sheet
of flame. When tho assistant Hied
tho iltlo with tho silencer attached
a card held In fiont of tho muzzlo
did not flutter In tho (mentor's
hand, there was no visible Indica
tion upon it of smoko or flame, hut
11 small bolo In tho cnid showed
wheio the bullet bad cut tliiough.
No Flash Visible.
Theie wns not n particle of a
Hash, and 110110 can be been when
, the Rim Is Qred In absolute, daik
lies') Without tho sIIoiilois tho
I flush and icpoitB of tho guns would
show tho lot at Ion of tho nlishlp and
I tlie flanies fiom the guns would nf-
I ford an aim for tho enemy.
Mr. Maxim doos not think much
of the Idea of diopplng explosives
fiom .wixhlp or mllltnr) balloons,
as advocated b) tlie Kien'h inllltnr)
expcits Mr. .Maxim said that It
would lie dimcult to locate any pir
tlculai mark by diopplng an) thing
I10111 1111 nlihl.lp 01 bullion, owing
10 tin 1 it hi tin nuts of air lie
slid Hit.' If nil) one nude an ns
ensloii over New Voik and shouted
lown to liuiulie whit sheet ho was
ivc ' one man would answer hiuk a
crtaln sheet, some one elc would
ay anolhei, and the octupint of
the car would have no means of
knowing Just whom he was. He
would neni each man finni below
peifectl). 'I IiIk test Is undo when'
then- ate liner- 01 foul bimlelslie.il
together and tlie people In t.uli
town can lie he ml to tell what town
they 111 0 In, but the ocinpant of
the nlislilli Is 1111 llilo to tell which
place ho Is ovei when he hears so
A desnntch f 10111 Manila f.os:
Die lilgh lauMtig C'unxtiihulai)
llonnl. whlih set at Ziuiiboinixa
fiom Jul) JG to Augutt it, linesil
gntlng the D.n.10 mutlii), which 00
uirreil June C, submitted today a
jcpoit leiomuiemling M-vvre pun-
Ishment for four of the otllcerK who
had oliaige t the mutliioui coni-
the hoaid rviitiliied iilimeruiin
wlini'sici, Ini lulling seeral of thu
i.ipluied Mutineers, and Its report
In appioed by llilgudler-di'iieral
llaiiy II. llandholtH, tef of tlie
Tlie lincstlg.itors demand the
leslguntlon or Captain I'litka 11 nil
Lieutenant Duiisworth. 011 thu
ground tfiat they ore lacking In the
proper nunllllcntlon of officers, und
reiomnioml the dismissal' of Lieu
tenant Dchelalnc for unjiistl) pun-
Ikhlng printcs before the mutiny
and for abandoning his post.
Tho report nlso recommends tho
reduction of Lioutonant Golcourla to
tllO bottom nf tlln lint nf l.lnntAnntita
and his suspension for a month.
Speclnl leniency was shown In tho
case of Qolcourla, on account of his
outh nnd tho bad example set for
lilm by his superior officers.
A portion of tho second company
of nathe constabulary, stntioned nt
Davno, Island of Mlndanno, mutinied
on the night of Juno 6 and attacked
and captured the company's quar
ters. After a three hours' fight,
the following day, in which ono
American was killed and four
wounded, tho mutineers escaped to
tho mountains. Most of them were
captured one month Inter.
IIUIILINOAMU, August 17.
With tho thermometer at more than
100 degrees nrmy officers under tho
command of Colonel John A. Lun
dcen completed tliolr second day test
ride this nfternoon without mishap.
Hoth men and horses had little diffi
culty In making their thirty miles
in tho required time. Tho last 30
miles will begin nt 7:30 o'clock to
morrow to end nt the Presidio hos
pital, where the officers will bo ex
amined. The officers traveled tho first 30
miles Into Ilurllngnmo on Monday.
The tlnio allowed was C hours, but
this was reduced by 12 minutes. To
day's tlnio wns placet! at seven and
a half hours, but, dcsplto tho heat,
tho Journey was completed In less.
Tho time for tomorrow Is tho samo
as on Monday, but Colonel Lundeen
hopes to clip oft at least one-half
Tho officers loft Uurllngame nt
7:35 o'clock this morning and pro
ceeded to Delmont. thence to the
Spring Valley Lakes ( along the
Causeway, then to thd Half-Moon
Hay road, and hack to tho main
highway, whoro lunch was eaten.
Then tho ride continued to Lake San
Andrenn, thence to Millhrao nnd
back to camp, which was reached nt
2:28 in tho afternoon. Orderlies
carried lunches for the officers In an
Tho two emergency horses tnken
along were not used. To spare the
horses, they were walkod down
Tho last 30 miles Is from llur
llngaino to San Mateo, thenco along
tho Ilnlf-Moon Huy road, thence
along the county highway to San
Pianclsco. Tho mon camped tonight
In lliirllngnmo drove.
Promotion For Hnti.tnn.
Lieut Victor Houston, U 8. N., In
cnaiRo oi tun lighthouse scrvlco In Hn.
wall, netliiRaptnln of the jard at tho
Natal Station, and commander or tho
i1. t n minimis. Is now a nontenant
OlUllllllllller With rank from Inlv ft tuet
Tho promotion was caused by tho
death or Lieut. Daniel Mnhonoy, who
died at Maro Island August 10. Ho Is
Lou Ion, .hi y. Tl 0 A111I1I111 oil hisFrv hem h it inn ninnM the lh,iru
mi ill nt P1I1110 Ml',uil of llnigiUM, Idi ht ton nf hum' Milchiel I be pie
tender to tho PorttigiX'M' I hi one In Miss Anil 1 Si A lit il iiikIiIit or .Mm.
Janus Henry Smith nf Now Yiuk 1 lime Mg.ul Is tho giaudum of ex
King Manuel of l'oilus'il lliu uinic has b.'eu nu'iitlmud In (linnet lion
with tlui'o other Aineilcaii helicKia In llu last few uiiinllis Prliite Mlguil
of Ilragiiua was burn nt Itlrlii n in. Loner Auxliln nil Sipt. 22, S7S. Hi'
Is the Mill of Unite Mitch iel mil hl-i Hint wife, Piluii'SH I'.ll ilictli or
Thin 11 und-Tinls, whom ln uiiiilttl I 11 IM77. .Miss Anil 1 Hlewait Ii tho
daughter or Mm Jiiiiii'h Hinr) Smith, who was fiiinieily tho wife or Wll
Ham Itblnelander Stewart Smith k uowu far mil wide an "Silent Smith,"
dlled whim the family wns ti.tMlliiK In Japan two ca;-ti ago, lealng an
estate estlmuled at about $ 1 0 1100.IHIO.
Combines quick and hard
drying properties without
sacrificing elasticity or dura
bility and protects the wood
under severest wear and
washing. Does not mar,
scratch, white or spot. Works
easily; dries dust free in four
One of the Standard Varnishes
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
The Wise Buyer
One of the first requisites to success is to learn to
economize. The wis; man buys Regal shoes because they
are the best value offered in the world for the nrice.
Our new Regal Boston Russia Calf Blucher is only
one of our many strong sellers. It is a perfect fittcn of
genteel shape and an extremely fine wearer. The price is
Regal Shoe Store's tepairing is the best and quickest.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg. King and Bethd.
one of the finest swordsmen In tho ser
vice. 20th Infantry Col. J. A. Irons.
First Sorgt. Wallaco W. Johns, Co
11,, 20th Inf., now 011 furlough at Iu
Isa, Ky., will ho discharged fiom tho
Army by purchase.
Hrst Lieut. William II. Wallaco, 20th
Inf., will proceed nt tho pioper time to
Camp Perry, O., and report in person,
not later than Aug. 20, 1809, with n,
low to entering tho national Individ
5th Cavalry. Col. W. S. Schuyler,
Sorgt. Harrison McDonald. Troop L,
5th Cav., upon tho lecelpt or this order
will bo phced upon tho ictlreil list.
Proposed Sailings of Transports.
Duo at Honolulu, from San Trail
Cisco: Logan, Sept. 14: Thomas, Oct,
13; Sheridan, Nov. 13; Logan,' Dec. 14.
Duo at Honolulu, fiom Manila:
Thomas Sept. G; Sheridan. Oct. (1;
Logan, Nov, S; Thomas, Dec. G; Sheri
dan, Jan 5.
Iluford Lett Seattlo for Manila ill
J rod Aug. C.
Crook At San Tianclsco,
to six hours, hardens over
night and can be rubbed on
painted or old floors, linoleum
or oil cloth, one coat is suffi
cient. Remove all grease
and dirt from floors before
applying;. Reduce with tur
pentine when necessary,
Ingalls At Newport News.
Kllpatrlck Capt. J. D. Tlirord. Ar
rived at Now York Jul) 25 fiom Gib
raltar, Logan I.crt Honolulu ror San Turn
cltco Aug. 3.
I McClellan At Newport News, Va.
.Meauo i.aiti up at Nuwpoit News.
Soward At Manila.
8hoildan Left San IVanclsco ror
Manila, ln Honolulu And aiiam,
Sheiman At San Tranclscn,
Sumnoi At Nowport News.
Thomas An Ived at Manila Aug. 1.
Sails on return Aug 15.
Wairen At Manila.
Wright At Manila.
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