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RVKNINO BULLETIN, UOtTOK.t'Ll), T. tr THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1009
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FORT BELOW KINO STREET.
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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Charge of at. Marys
"Mother" Howe, the UiiKby ui.uU
who illil ho much In lirliic victory to
I lie University of Calirnrntii In the
lucnt lutcrcnllcRlalo football si ru-!
Klc, Iicriiii uctUu woik lis nilvlsor'
roach to the St. Mary's CoIU-ro Uiik
liy team lately, Howe has been act
Iiik an advisory iii.iih to llio St.
Mary's OuIIpkc loam for the last live
wccKs, having uuitiarteil to lender
his services to llio OTiUlniul llttcen
when Coach S4ewnil, wlm lnaiiBur
nleil.tho Keabon nt the trunsbay In
stitution, resinned, llcrnuso of
Howe's contract with the University
of California' team, which illil not
cxiilro until last Satuulny, the sl.lll
ful HiiRtiy tutor illil not IiobIh nc
tTve work lit the O.iUl.uiil college un
Tho aililltlon of Howe to tho St.
Marj's UllRliy luKirlliK lf mal.es
tho coaching situation ul the O.iK
l.ind college lemaiKahly strong,
(leorgc I-'niilUnor, n former fullback
of Die Stanford team, has been car
ing for the Oakland hoys sluco the
icslgnatlon of Coach Stevirt niul
has already nchleed wonders wltli
thn St. Mary'B men. Kaulknor has
been working In iiorforl harmony
with Howe dining the last month,
comparing plans and putting Into
operation dally such wnrl: as tho for
mer University of California man
might outline. Faulkner will rctnln
his title of head coach lit St. Mau'sj
lmt will work stile liy side wun
Howe, now that. the latter has arriv
ed on Ulo cnuinus to help put tho
' O.iklauderK Into condition.
Coach Jimmy Schaecr, accompan
ied liy the smile that hasn't ct even
proinlt.cd to diminish, appeared on
tho Onkland campus jestenlay with
Howe. Schaeffer watched tho St.
Mary's men go through their wor;
and expressed himself us satisfied
that under the present coat hint; ar
rangements niul with the players he
having as they aio now St. Mary
would lie in condition In put up i
hard light ngulust Santa Clam Nou
Thanksgiving clay, Schacltor Is try
ing to iiirniigo a series of games he
Iwecm the St. X Mary's College team
and his varsity fifteen as n propa
' a Hon to tho liattlo with tho all star
team' that California wilt play licfiru
It stiu-ts on Its Itiillsh Columbia
ARMY AND. NAVY
The students of llio University of
California aru murium lug oer the
probability Hint "mother" Howe may
nut return to roach t lie; football team
of tho university next season; says
the Km miner.
Last week Howo Informed Oiad-tiale-Managcr
Halph Merrltt that he
hud been made a good offer to coach
St. Mary's College next season and
slated that ho would leturn to tlm
Unlwislty of California If the eveeu
tho ccimuillteo would pay lilm $1,'
BO if for the hP.uoii, Mrrrllt told him
that Hid execullvo roluiultteo would
piiis en tho matter at Its meeting
which Is In lie held soon, and added
that thn iimoiiul asked for wim ninui
than the University of California hail
cer mIiI In au assistant coach.
Howe evidently took Men Ill's re
mark as liiillcitlux that his pioposl-
Hon would bo injected, mid when the
matter leaked but the students Jump
ed to tho conclusion that Howo was
not to ho re-engaged.
Tho student .body, having tasted
victory once, Is eager to keep up thn
winning streulf, and tho iiiulergiad
uatcH bellovo tlmt the piesenco of
Howe In the lleliLuext year will help
materially tululng this about.
n n it
Define :;,ihio s(iideuts of the Uni
versity of California, gathered on
the hlcni'hcis of California Field for
a last-rally In celehratlon of S.iliir
day's victory over Stanford, Itefcreo
Jenklnson, who officiated at the In
tercollegiate game, declared jester
day morning that Hie gamo had been
n distinct surprise to htm, says tho
"The best team won," ho said,
"niul I can lull you ns n member of
the lliltlsh Columbia Itugby Union
that 1 was greatly surpilscd lit tho
class of ltugby, football Hint was
rJimvn in Satunlay's gnine. Tho
miiRiess lu tmisterliiR the gamo lu
this iiatl of tho country which has
been made In tho last jcar, Is tor
trlnly astonishing. 1 expected to sco
a good contest, hut 1 did not expect
to se.u tho gamo of ltugby played with
such skill ns was evinced by tho
pl.iK'rs of this State.
'I must confess that from pnsl
knowledge ami with what little 1
saw of tho two teams, I t-nmcwhnt
expected to see Stanford win tho
game. However, ns the enniest clearly
I loved, the te.im which was best
versed In tho game niul which was
unlimited by the best splilt secured
u well-eained victory. In point lit
phislquc, 1 believe that the Stunrord
men had a shade tho advantage. Hut
In pblnt of ltugby skill, there was
no doubt ns to California's superior
ity." Ueferee .lenklnsou concluded
liy Inviting the California men to
try conclusions nt some future time
with the Iliighvltcs of llrltisli Co
lumbia, and nssuicil tho Caliroriilans
that If he nnielated nt such u con
test they would nlwaya get a Bcntarc
(.rent euthuslntm was manifested
at the! rally by tho students. Coach
"Jliimilo" Schaeffer spoke of the vic
tory as being due, not to nny nun
man or set of men, but to tho team
working asaii orgaiwed whole,
paid tribute tn "Mother" Howe
assistant coach, saving that tho Cat
ifomluns wanted him back next
cnr. Ho was cheered by the stud
ents ns he spoke of Howo and his
possible return to California
Ralph Merrltt, graduate manager
at the University, spoke nf.tbo mean
ing of the victory to California, nn:l
railed attention to tho fact that
"Cal" llaffey, former -Varsity cap
tain, for (lie first time hud the priv
ilege or playing cm a winning team
against Stanford in Saturday's game.
"I inn glad that Haffey, after nil
these years, has nt last had an op
portunity to lepicxoul California on
a winning team," said Merrltt.
Trainer Waller Chilstlo spoke, nml
' Mother" Howo bado good-bye- to
tho California' buppnrlerx.
Tho membeis of the winning team
were one by one persuaded Jo speak
befeno tho enthusiastic rooters. Cap
tain Ccrf said that this was his last
time nt football, but that ho thought
It n good ending. Ho p.ild n tribute
If tho work of Coaches Sehuctrer nml
Howe, and declared that Crawford
had been allowed to play In tho gamo
and thatr California bail beaten the
best team Stanford could put up.
Yell Leader Haittgan wns compli
mented by the "Vaislty captain upon
llio way Hi which the California
looleis had cheered tho team cm to
victory. The other members of tho
ream made short speeches, n'lthnugn
Jordan, tho SSR-puuncI forwuid on
tlio California team, had to bo cap
lined anil carried In tho Held on thn
backs or kcvcii or eight students be
fi'ie he vuuhl consent to face the
tiowel, Tho i.illy adjourned with
Pi lie singing of "All Hail tho lllun
mid Cold, nml tho last -big siren
"OsMV of Hie ji-nr.
Tho U. S. subinnrlnc Norvvhnl has
nearly finished her trials, and the
Tarpon und Stingray will not finish
fur some time. All have inadigood;
whether tiled out -extensively or
otligrwlsc, and the Norwhal, tho olio
Jinrdest put to tho test thus far.
has liiokcn nil rounds and revealed
herself tho most cfijdcnl subinnrlnc)
torpedo boat III the 'world.
Making more than IS muitleal
miles, surfaio speed, lu her trials of
thin t duration, she went after nnd
Killed down tho woild's record for
submerged speed. To crown nil,
she lias Just established new rec
ord for sustained surface speed nt sea
by i mining anil nautical miles in '-M
horns, making no halt in Hint time.
That cxhniistlve trial was made
between Capes Cod and Ann, with
two of the naval trial board oHlecrs,
Smith nnd Armstrong, on buaid. v
Capt. Babcck Relieved from Login.
Captain Campbell K. ll.ibcocl-. V. S.
A., has been lelleved from command of
the army transport Logan nnd has
been ordered In Fort Crook, NeliiasUu
to nivnlt the leturn of his rcgliiemt tho
Fourth Infantry, from the 1' illlppiucs.
Iiefoie reporting for duty at Foit
Ciook, Captain Hiibcock will spond'two
months' leave of absence with I:!.,
mother In Chicago, lie will hi m--ccciIcm!
on tho Logan by Captain H,(u
ten, U. 8. A whom lie relieved last
voyage, and whowas detached to l,ik.
bis examination for promotion.
Captain Ilabeock's lour of-stafT duty
He expired some time ago and before the
thojUigan suited on Its last voyage! fiom
tl-ls port hu was oidercd to rejoin hts
teglment In tho Philippines. Ho was
held back, howeved, to take Captain
Hansen's plnco and ns Ids rcjtlnicut
will he homo next spring tho order to
I roceed to tho l'hllpplncs hns bee.i
changed nnd ho will do dully wllli I In
Sixteenth Infantry until his own regi
ment ict urns.
As quartermaster captain In the
I I (.import service Hnbcock made good,
but under tho law must return to line
duty for nt lenst n year before ho en i
tcrve his country again as n stuff olll
cei. As a truusiort captain ho de
veloped tho faculty of making cveiy
body comfortable nnd preserving the
peace, which Is saying a good ileal cm
a steamship lino where the passengci4
hi.vo the right In pick their own rooms
recording to their rank, or, which
makes it more complex, tho rank of
tl elr huibands. Kven civilians were
happy 'who traveled on ''H.itfs" ship
mid ho goes back to tho lino with tho
good will and filcndshlp of all 'who
huvo over been shipmates with him.
worth nnd adapted for military pur
poses .by Capt. C. A. Slicrrlll, U. S.
Fnglnecrs, nnd his staff.
Detail maps will bo sent to every
omccr of the regular nrniy and Na
tional Ouiird, who uio required to
study tho districts In which they mo
located with (lie object oi knowing
Intimately every Inch of territory
which they have to defend tn enso of
Invasion or military maneuvers.
The first' Installment of maps nnd
n booklet on the art of map rending
vvcro received liy tho ofllcers of tho
legulnr army and National (lu.inl
This Is n new departure In Ameri
ca, but has been dono on n small
scale In (lermany nnd tlreat llrltnln.
Moro than one-half of tho United
States has already been mapped by
tho surveyors of tho Oeologlcal Sur
vey, and tho remainder will be on
paper within the next four jcnin.
Tho rv.istllnc maps, taken In con
junction with tho land maps, pin
vldo n valuable means of the study
of defensive tactics, and within n
short timo military o Ulcers will
know every available piece of shore
on tho Atlantic, I'aclllc mid Unit
coasts, how they can best bo defend
ed from, fuiclgii attack, mid the
c'cptli uf water in each Individual
bay or gulf nn tho whole coast line'.
An Important nnd long looked for
oilier relating lo changes of station
of troops of tho Army was Issued
this week from tho war department.
The order designates for duty In Hio
Philippines tho following: The filli,
lith nnd lfilh Infantry, llntteilcs A,
I, and C, 1st Artillery: llattcry C,
d Artillery, and lfitli Company of
Coast Artillery. The lth Infantry
Is designated for duty In Alaska, re
lieving tho S2il Infantry. The tioops
lo be iclleveil fiom duty In tho 'Phil
ippines are: 11th, L'.lil mid 4th lleg.
tinents of Infantry, Batteries A, II
nnd C, Gth Field Aitlllcry; llattcry
D, 2d Field Artillery, ami tho llHth
Company of Coast Artillery. There
urn also changes of station ordered
In the tlHltcd Stjites among somn or
the batteries of the" 1st and nth Field
Artillery. Tho order gives full
particulars ns tn dates the changes uf
station commence, etc.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Pau Ka Hahu
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
McDougal the Winner.
Tho National Itlllu Association's
mutch for tho $IS0O cup offered by of.
fcers of tho United States Murine
Corps to ho held ono year by the
mniksimin scoring hlghesLIn 20 shots
nt GOD and 20 shots at 1000 yards was
won by a memb'er of tho Mmluu Corps
team, Capt. 1). C. McDougal. who shot
on tho team also lu 1905, '00 and 'OK,
and lii) Marine who Is special sponsor
fui Uo telescopic sights tho corps has
been using this ear. McDougal scoicd
1E7. Secyiid ami fourth places worn
it fo filled by murines. .Midshipman
Lenny, who shot up tho camp twn
J tars ago lu both the national Individ
ual nnd pistol matches, stuck at sixth
place. Tho fifteen IiIkIicnI Individual
emeu weio: Cifpt, I), C. McDougal, II,
V. M. Co.. 187; Corp. John 8. Peterson
U. S. M. C.,,18fi; Capt. C. Ilomeyno,
2d U. 8. Cav., 18,1; Prlv. Milton J
Crouso, If. S. M. C. 1R3; Clarencu 15.
I nines. U. S. N 185; Midshipman A,
l, Denny, U, 8. N., 181; dipt. II. II,
Myers, filh H. 8. Cnv., 181; Sergt. Pet
er 8, Lund, II, 8. M. C, 183; 1st Lluut.
II. C Caldwell, Dlstilct or Columbia
1F2; 1st Hergt. Thninns V, Joyeo, U. S.
M. (!., 182; Midshipman C. F. Osborn,
1- 8. N 182; Siu-gt. Henry llnptlst, U.
8. M. C, 182; Piiv. tlonrgo Farnliam
U, 8. M. C, 181; Scrst. Frederlcb
Wiihlsstnnn, U. S. M, O., 181; Col. 0.
I! Winder. Ohio. 181.
It. Is stated that tho suit ngninst
Collier's Weekly brought by Lieut.
Hilary Wtlllums. II. S. N captain
and couch of the Naval Academy
t tile team nt Ckiuu Perry, and by
members of tho team, has been set
tled upon tho payment by Mr'. Col
lier of Hie Bum. of $r,,000 to rover
tho expense uf instituting suit, coun
sel fctp and similar ex pontes. Tim
amount Is to be ptaTcd in tho bands
of dipt. J. M. Huwyer, U, S. N., Su
perintendent uf the naval academy;
who may purchase a naval trophy, tn
bo tvvurded feu piollclency lu Milan
WASHINOTON, Nov. II. Tho
I mik uf major general hah been con
ferred upon William II. Carter, in
command of tho Department of Lu
zon, Philippine Islands. Tho retire
ment of Major Cencral John F. Wes
ton, lu command nf the Department
of California, mallo possible tho pro
motion of (Jencral Carter, (leneral
Thomas Harry will Hike command of
Hio Department of California on
SALT OF THE EARTH
Thn salt deposits of Chile are the
greatest in the world. Tho Sal.ir
(iraiidn mine In tho pmvlnru of Tar
ap.icit, about 00 miles, south and east
nf liitliiie, covers mi aica of Mi.onn
acres to tho depth of 2." feet. This
body or suit Is ncnily pum, mid con
tains mine Hum 11,000,000,000 tuns,
ur enough to supply tho world's do-
inamls for many decudes. There urn
several other deposits In tho Interior
that i over two or three times thu
urea of thu nbovv.
ARMORITE PAINT is prepared
specially to resist the chemical action of
No boatman would think of using
ordinary paint on the bottom of his boat
knowing how quickly it' would peel off in
salt water. ,
Yet, vhen you paint a house in this
climate the paint is exposed to exactly the
same condition, only in a less degree.
Instead of salt w&ter, the paint is exposed
to salt air.
It is to meet this condition that ARMORITE
PAINT has been evolved. First of all, it is a perfect
paint; and, second, it contains ingredients to resist
the decomposing effects of the salt atmosphere. .
ARMORITE 'comes in the greatest variety of
colors. It has great covering capacity, and we guar
antee every gallon.
COLOR CATALOG FREE
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
. Th i latest product olf
For All Sizes of Roll Film Cameras and Kodaks
GEO. A. MARTIN,
BiisInrM Suits for $25.
Within the next four yours the
1'iiltoil Htntp army nnd 'tho. National
(liianl of the StutCH will liave thu
Ilnest Bystein of military maps of tho
country In existence, ns every font
of tho country In heliiR pl.ittuil liy
government tmrvoyoiH. all riiutciurK
of iiiouiitatini, flow of Htreaiinf nml nil
physical features being tnappeil out
cm u scale of HOI) ynuls to tho Inch.
As Mion as n OIMiict Is mapped thn
nap nrn turni'il over tn thn Unlleil
atatca Army Sclioul at r'ort I.oavcn-
FIREWORKS AT HONOLULU PARK
Thn Honolulu pnlillc Ih lo h.ivo nu
ci.iortuulty liiniorrow iiIkIiI to vluw u
maud ijxhlhltloii of flroworks that will
outrival any Fourth of .Inly shoivlnir
aver lunilu, A lunstcr mind has con
ceived tho sets that will ho kIioimi on
tl.tu ocenslou at Honolulu Athletic
Park.' Tho various forms will Imtli'
di.zzle anil puzzle thu hlithtsecr In tho
uiMiy lirllllnut forms ami coucoptliuis.
Ihe prices for this unique entertain
ircnt are le.iMiuahlu enoiiKh to appeal
to thu puhlic anil n large crowd Is nv
pccteil to hu prepent at the exhibition
Santa Claus Headquarters
Toys by the Car Load
And Cheaper This Year Than Ever
Fresh Shipment Juit Received by
uthdv luriv x. nn tto .
Phone 22. ' ''
WING CH0NG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
CALL IN AND INSPECT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK.
WE WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIOHT COMMENCING
YOUR MONEY SAVERS
AimstroiiK Smith, who will he re
membered by "old timers" of this city,
tluiuiKh his enciKotlc Unlit ntMlnst the
cholera eplilumlu lu 1895, Is to pay
this city a visit, so says friends who
cm respond with hint. He Is nt pies
out a prnctlcluR phyf.lclnn nt Slniji-l-nrci.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
in furniture MattreuM,
All kkdi of XOA and
FURNITURE Xid Tc
HONOLULU, DANCINO ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nighti at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohnna Art League,
under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty. , ,
Information furnished by Otto
Burmester at WALL, NJOHOLS CO.,
King St. Telephone Store 261.
E'venlng Bulletin 75c, Per Mbnth;,riJta SS-JS
i, mil i wim n hi f i.i'M'"