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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 01, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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What Army and Navy
: Folk Are Doing '
Tho Secretary of tlio Navy
submit to Congress next
will sight continues la npprovo Itself to
winter a tlio Army. It has been decided, how-
plan for piuvldlng for cnllstcil men ever. In view of n general crltlclmn,
entertainments snrli as tlicy linvo that the sight was seated tio far
heictoforc been able to provide for back toward the ce, to move the
themselves from the profits of tlio bracket on which It Is attached for-
iiS.ii a nee
To get the best out of life one
must keep the body and mind
in good condition at all times.
For good health and good
cheer there is nothing to equal
The Pond Dairy,
Rich and Nourishine. Only light
ly compressed. Safe no rabbish to
choke our cow or kill it of pericar
ditis. Good as Bran, but $10.00
Trice $25.00 a ton at your deal
ship's canteen. Undcr.tho new sys
tem of having tlio Government con
duet the canteen with n margin of
ten per cent profit It Is obvious that
no entertainment fund Is to ho forth
coming, and it must ho raised In
wimc other manner. The Idea now
Is to do this' by saving In ration al
lowance. This seems to ba the eas
iest method to pursue. Tho nllow
nnco Is generous, raid must needs bo
mi, but It would be possible, If prop
er icgulntluns could ha applied, tp
mnko n saving from which a suffi
cient fund for entertainment could
be derived. Ilcports havo been com
ing In during tho last few days from
pay officers who havo taken chargo
of canteens and tho Indications are
that tho now plnn is gulng to work
well, The pay olllccrs aro allowed
to supply the wants of each ship,
and no difficulty Is experienced In
making many reforms In the scrvlco
that thus far arc proving acceptable
to tho men and furnishing greater
variety and, In some cases, better
quality of goods.
To the vacancy caused by the res
ignation of Miss D. II. Kinney, Su
perintendent of Auny Nurses, which
took cnct July 31, President Taft
has appointed Mlfeu Juno A. Delano
of New York City, formerly Superin
tendent of Nurses at Dellcvuo Hospi
tal mid now president of tho Nation
al Association of Nurses. Sio , Is
spending tho summer In Europo and
will ossuuip tho duties of the place
early In September. While there
had been no contest for tho appoint
ment, there had been nn expectation
that tho PrcsIdcnt,wouId apply civil
scrvlco principles to the choice of a
successor to Miss Kinney and that
tho present chief of nuri.es or some
of the oldest In experience in tho
corps would recelvo tho reward of
good nnd. faithful service. It Is said
that an effort U to bo made next ses
sion of Congress to sccuro Jcglslntlon
.that will enlarge tho Army Nnrso
Corps nnd placo It on a more sub
btantlal basis, with Inci eased pay for
nurses who havo given many years
of scrvko to tho government.
All papers in regard to the experi
mental saber havo been sent to tho
Chief of Ordinance, and in order to
test principal modifications it is sug
gested that tabors to Illustrate pio
posed methods ,of carrying saber bo
mado about the same shape, weight
and balance as present 32-Inch blado
for mounted men, of excellent steel,
sharp point and icdges, other parts
to bo non-cgonoslvc, non-glltterlng
and non-rusting; scabbard to be of
non-rusting metal covered w'lh "eb
onite," ollvo drab, lined with wood,
upper end covered with lead.
Under amendment of Par. 1145, A.
ward and provide It with nn addi
tional notch for tho thumb-screw, a
pillow for the movement of tho sight
fb'rwaid ono Inch from tho former
position. Objection has been mado
to tho rubber cyc-ploco, tho princi
pal one being that it was rather too
hard. A softer cye-plcce will bo
adopted, and possibly a pneumatic!
cushion, omctlilng llf.o an air pil
low, but of the general shape of tho
cyo-pleco now used. Tho Ordnance
Department has ordered 1,000 moro
of these sights, so that every ex
pert morksmnn In the Army will
now bo supplied.
First Field Artillery Col. It. M.
Andrews l.eavo (or ono month
and twenty days, under exceptional
circumstances, about Nov. 1, 1909,
Is granted to Second Lieut. Harold
S. Naylor, First Field Artillery, Pre
sidio of San Francisco.
Fourth Field Artillery Col. A.
D. Dyer Capt. Loltoy S. Lyon,
Fourth Field Artillery, will proceed
from Vancouver Darracks, Wash., to
camp near Seaside, Ore., and Inspect
and Instruct IJattcry A, Field Artil
lery, Oregon N. a at that placo
Aug. 7 to 13, 1909.
Fifth Field Artillery Col. E. T.
Drown Capt. Augustus D. Warflcld,
Fifth Field Artillery, Is relieved
from duty at Camp Robinson, Sparta,
Wis., about Sept. 10, 1909, and will
then return to Fort Snclllng-', Minn.
Sixth Field Artillery Col. M. M.
Macomb Veterinarian Charles H.
Jewell, Sixth Field Artillery, Is do
tal led to attend the meeting of tho
American Veterinary Mddlcnl Asso
ciation, to be hold In Chicago Sept.
7 to 10, 1909. ,
Fifth Cavalry Col. W. S Schuy
ler First Sergt. James Kcnney,
Troop L, Cth Cnv., upon the receipt
of this order, will be placed upon
the retired list.
First Lieut. John It. Lewis, Fifth
Cavalry, will report In person to Ma
jor William J. Nicholson, 7th Cav
alry, president f tho examining
board lit Fort lllloy, Kas., for ex
amination for promotion.
A dispatch from Washington says:
Returning prosperity Is having ef
fect on recrultlng'mcn for tho Unit
ed States Army, making It more dif
ficult to keep up tho standard estab
lished during the time following tho
panic of 1907, when splendid ma
terial was available from tho hnnKs
of the unemployed.
The nuthorlzed strength of tho
hi my is 8-1,500 men, exclusive of
tho hospital corps, which numbers
It will not bo a hard matter, there'
fnro, to reduce tho slzo of tho stand
ing army, In uccordanco with Presi
dent Tnft's wishes. Possibly tho
I RECREATIONS I
LONDON'S PRAISE. '
To many of thoso on whoso domain
the Bun neer sets Herbert Wither,
who appears at tho Opera Housi1 on
Monday night Is the best 'cellist of the
otmgcr generation of plnyrrs. At
all events that Is the way tho London
Times expressed It after Its critique
heard Mr. Withers In concert. A writ
er for n Chinese paper oxprest.es tho
same views of Mme. Elzy. -Ho san.
"(lie solo pla) Ing nnd piano peenmpn
nlmenls proved her to bo a most sym
pathetic nnd talented musician. Her
Interpretation of tho compnMtloni if
the old masters were no less excel
lently rendered than were those of the
more modern comoscrs. Mr. Dennett,
the baritone of the cdvpaiiy, bus n I
volco of much sweetness and his baK
lads earned for him the related ap
plauso of his audience."
Tlio foreign papers do not give moro
praise to tho Withers company than
havo the newspapers of Honolulu
where tin company has given enjoy
able concerts. Music-loving Honolulu
was enthralled by theso artistes n few
months ago nnd the bookings for thn
enc to bo given on Monday night Indi
cate a largo audience to greet them.
The company will leave hero by tho
mail boat on Thursday. Scats aro to
he had at tho nergstrom Music Store.
In French and Irish Linen
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
the Art Theater today Is one of tho
clever moving pictures Hint leave a
lasting Imprint upon your mind. It is
tho story of a married man. In tho
liiiiiu ui mi, wuu mm vi, mi 'i;it-i- uui--
Its Incompatible with tho proper Ideal
of connubial bliss. In this story, con
trary to tho .average way of young
married women, tho wlfo hits upon tho
novel plan of humoring her hubby In
Indulging every Dohcmlan practice ho
has formed. When he awakes In the
morning. Instead of heaping reproaches
upon him, she firBt treats him to n
drink of liquor, by way of an eye-open-
r, and a good cigar to follow. She
acts upon the principle that It Is much
letter for tho wlfo to forgive, with tho
result that the husband In his amaze
ment sees the error of his ways and
turns over a new and big leaf. The i
Art Theater Ify drawing bigger crowds
than ccr before and I ho management
has Just signed a contract to take thn
Oro company to llllo for two weeks
and two days, at tho Gaiety.
I ii., ii is nuiu uiai iuu pounus or cause for this reduction Is tho dlffl-
iniggagc, inclusive of amount carried j culty of obtaining men, hut tho real
fieo by transportation companies, icason Is ono of economy. Kvery
will bo shipped to tho homes or other, man reduced means a saving of Il
legally designated places In tho U. 000 a yoar, nnd If the reduction pro
S. In tho case of enlisted men below , posed reaches 8,000 men by July 1'
grndo Hi who dlo In the service. next, tho total nnnual saving will
Tho Wurner-Swuzoy telegraphic umouut to S, 000,000 a year.
We have an Expert Factory man, and
have just installed the most complete
Repair Department in the Islands.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Tho last opportunity will bo given
tho people of Honolulu tonight to hoar
the sweet voiced Hawaiian tenor Ed
ward Roto. Ho lcatcs by the Lurlluo
tomorrow to fill Important engage
ments and cannot it-uiulu longer In
Hawaii. Mr. Iloau has a rcportolro of
conga which Includo well knpwu and
difficult (jrand opera alls, which he.
slugs in Italian, to the homely songs
fnmlllar to nil. Occasionally he will
hold his audience In wrapt attention
by ono of tho well known'' Hawaiian
compositions which ho renders always
with telling effect, lie In a pleasing
slngor nnd should ho hoard.
There will bo some unusually good
motion picture) sin u-i tonlgb', t-oi-.i1 i.f
thoso in which tho scenery Ii para
mount, like tho "tlevelorj." for In
stance, and tho Sicilian Ileihlt. Tlieiu
will bo comedies and good music :is
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA.
A NEW LINE of Ladies'
and White Washable Skirts.
s Prices$1.25 up to $5.00
See display in window.
! Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
"Unnppi eclated Genius" nnd "Fath
er's First Hnlf Holiday" will ho'' two
of tho good comedy numbers on tho
program tonight. In addition thoro
will bo the usual other good Alms
shown, "Tho Kiss1 of Judas." which
has been on tin: last two nights, will,
by request, bo shown again tonight.
This, without doubt, is tho finest re
ligious plcturo over shown here, nnd
no ono cr.n sou- this plcturo without
having u better conception of this
great ovont In niblo history. Tho act
ing Is superb mid tho, loading parts 1110
taken by actors of I'lunco who excell
our own Southern, Mpud Adamsotc.
This plcturo will bo Bh'own as an extra
picture, the same number of other
films being shown,
Come Take A
Skate With Me
Regal skating shoes are the only economical ones to
use for skating. They are made specially strong on the
soles to stand hard wear and designed especially to fit
skates. .Easy fitting shape and handsome in appearance.
Suitable for street wear as well as skating.
Price, $3.50 and $4.00
Shoes repaired while you wait.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg. Cor. King and Bethel.
FRENCH OK GERMAN
lleglniilng Monday, August 30, Mr
Mallii'wt will hold classes at loom 70,
Young building, at tlio following
hours: Kiench, 10 n. in,; Oeniiaii, 8
p. in. Vlaltoru luvjted.
NEW, ARRIVALS EX "LURLINE
PRICES LOWEST IN THE CITY.
Dining chairs in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains, bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Showrooms Corner King and Alakea.
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