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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, DEC. 13, 1009-
Helpful Holiday Hinits
Dark Room Lamp
J Film Developing Tank vw
Kodaks and the things that go with them make fine Christmas presents for young n
good, healthful exercise. We have
Don't overlook our Pyrography Outfits
ople and grown-ups. A kodaker gets the maximum
KoaaKS ana supplies or every nmu.
Albums, Film Negative, 76c to
Albums, Post Card, ISc to $10.
Albums, Photographic, lOo to $6.
Brownie Comeras, $1 to $12.
Books, Instructive, Encyclopaedic,
50c to fb.
Calendars, Photographic, 25c to
Carrying Cases for Kodaks and
Cameras, 50o up.
Chemicals i for Photography.
Camera Clamps (tripod, substitute),
Dark-room Lamps (oil, candle or
electric), 25c to $8,
Dry Plates (Seed, Cramer, Ham
mer). Developing and Printing Outfits,
Daylight'" Developing Tanks (roll or
pack, films or plates), $2.50 to
Exposure Tables, 25c up.
Enlargements from your negatives,
Flash-Light Materials, Sheets, Cart
ridges, Powders, 25c up. "
Focusing Cloths, 50c up.
Glass Measuring Glasses and Grad
uates. Kodaks, $5 to $111.50.
Kodak Films (roll), 20c up.
Lenses (Rectilinear and Anastig
mat), $3 to $384.
Levels, 50c up.
Negative Racks, 25c up.
Portrait Attachment for Kodaks, 50c.
Panoramic Cameras. $5 to $100.
Premo Cameras, $2 to $170.20.
Premo Film Packs, 40c to $1.60.
Plate-holders. 50c up.
Pack Adapters, $1 to $2.50.
Paste (in tubes or jars), 5o to $1.
Premo Optical Outfits, $0.
Printing Frames, 15c to $6.
Print Rollers (single and double),
20c to $2.00.
Pyrography Goods (burning outfits,
articles for burning, leather for
Post Card Projectors, $5 up.
Picture Frames (wood, gold, silver),
Ray Screens, $1 to $4.
Shutters, $4 to $28.
Scales (spring and balance).
of pleasure combined with
Tripods (wood), $1 to $0. .
Tripods (metal, collapsible), $3.25
Trays (tin. composition, glass,
porcelain, rubber), 20c to $7,
Trimmers, 40e to $7.50.
Velox Papers, in several grades, $50c
Water Colors in sets, 25c to $3.
Honolulu photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic "
Fort, near Hotel
We Have It In Mission,
Ideal and Standard
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
. of Income ami flnul ro-
sl ' - . jim anil
: What Army and Navy
: Folk Are Doing :
Msdical Men 8crce. tlremcnt at the age of 1 jeura or be-
According tq tf report by tlio Sur- fore that tlmu for disability would, It
gcon General tho recent examinations was thought, prove attractive. It has
lor thojMcdlcnl Corps have not Bccur- not done no.
ed half enough qualified surgeons to The explanation Ib probably to bo
nil il.n etlnttnir vnrnncles. found In the name fact which mill-
It Ih pointed out that .ormorly tho tates against enlistment In regular
difficulty In obtaining satisfactory can-'Army Burvlco by the uvorage youiig
.ii.iain, wn. niiriiniiB.i iii ilm lack of man. TIiIb Is not a military nation;
l I.I, ,-rn.l.. lumlllnna tn whlrll. lirilnlO ' Ullll ImllVldUUl look for BOIllOtlllllg
tlons could be made. It wan beHoved more than an assured living sonic
that with tho Inernase of service pay , thing more, not merely In money, but
and the Improved chances of advance-, In life, broadly speaking. Service as
ment there would be more candidates an Army surgeon may not bo u strictly
and the vacancies would bo nilcd. The military life, with all Its restrictions,
Initial pay of a new appointee amounts . but It Is near enough to that to repel
In more than I3U0U n jear. The known , tho average young man with a physl
advantages In the way of promotion clan'B degree, who sees a career before
A Grand Showing of
Good Goods at Reasonable Prices
It would be indeed.hard to find a better selection of HANDKERCHIEFS than the fine line we .inv
erted direct for the Holiday trade. Any style of HANDKERCHIEF can be obtained here from Medium
to fine, Hand Woven and Real Lace. We have Handkerchiefs in great variety for Men, Women or Child
ren, from 25o box to $5.00 each.
Nearly everything one can suggest, for a serviceable present, including FANCY BAGS, MANICURE
SETS, TOILET SETS FANCY .CUSHIONS.' PURSES,' HAT PINS; WORK BOXES,, SHAVING, SETS, AR
NOLD'S SAFETY RAZORS, SMOKEW SETS, BUCKLES, JEWEL GASES, "ALBUMS, ELEGANT COMBS,
Etc., Etc. l' ' '
UMBRELLAS and SUNSHADES
The very latest in Long-Handle Sunshades. Very nobby, in Green, Red, Tan, Champagne, White,
MEN'S GOLD MOUNTED SILK UMBRELLAS, IN HOLLY BOXES, $0.50 to $15.00.
ON SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME ON MONDAY
EXPRESS SHIPMENT EX LURLINE
Advanced Styles in. LINGERIE GOWNS $16.00 to $40.00
The Latest Creations in WAISTS, no duplicates ?W-00 to $25.00
LONG WniTE WOOL SWEATERS, new styles w.0P
NEW MOIRE RAIN COATS, in five colors. Special value 18;80
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
The Best and Cheapest Llne of DOLLS in Honolulu, "See' our window." Wonderful values, 10c
STRONG IRON WAGONS $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00.
WHEELBARROWS $1.25, $1.50, to .$5.09. .
FOOTBALLS $1.00, $1.50, $2.00,' $2.5O,v$3.0O to $5.00. "
HUNDREDS of TOYS of almost any kind' arid" any price from 5c for Boy or Girl.
him and who regards service In thu
Army medical corps ns uudiily bound
ing to hl horizon. Thin may not bo
n fair Klnt of lew, but It Its Bafe to
Bay that ft Is tho common one. liven
the glittering oxamplo of that most
successful of Army uurKeonH, General
Leonard Wood, cunnot suffice to offset
the average joung doctor'H unwilling
ness tu tie himself down to a restrict
Suggests Practical Tcctt.
Brigadier General Albert I,. Mer,
commanding tho Duiiai Intent of Texan,
In lil iccent annual report to tho War
Department has suggested u modifies-
'lion of 'tho 90 mllu tent to conform to
practical purposes. He states:
I "Thcro are many ery efficient and
valuable field offlcerB, particularly In
the "luff nnd Biipply ilepartmcntB, who
would never In any circumstances be
icqulreil to make any such rides. A
ride of a reasonable number of miles
per day for live or blx da a continu
ously, with distances, camping nnd
Hum Mich as might occur In n rapid
concentration or mobilization of troops
In c-jto of war, would bo a practicable
let I. 1 doubt If a rate of thirty miles
c day for three ilnvs In a specified num
ber of hours has ever occurred In ac
tual service, although much more se
vere rides have been made by troops
without any previous preparation, 'I
am In favor ot early physical oxam
Inatlons of all ofllcera to ascertain
their fitness for tho peculiar duties
they nre likely to bo called on to perform."
and take" stations as follows: Head
quarters, band and ono battalion. Kort
Hnrrison, Montana, one battalion Fort
MIbbouIb, Mont,, one battalion, Fort
Lincoln. N. Oak.
Nineteenth Infantry to sail February
nth to relieve tho 23d Infantry which
will salt from Manila March 15th and
take stations ns follows: Headquart
ers, band and one battalion, Fort HIUs,
Texas, ono battalion, Fort Mcintosh.
Texas, ono battalion, Fort Clark. Urnc
ketvllle. Texas, General Orders 215 sta
tions one battnlloir at Fort Huachucn.
Ariz., subsequent order substitutes
Clark for Huachuca.
Ninth Infantry to sail April 6th to
relievo 4th Infantry which will all
Irom Manila May lMh and take Bta
tloiiB nil follows: Headquarters, band
ond two battalions. Fort Crook. Ne
braska, ono battalion,
Selections of organizations of 11th,
23d and 4th Infantiy to take stations
In the United States ns Indicated here
in to.be made by regimental command
ers and to be promptly reiorted to this
Headquarters, nrst nauauon auu
Batteries A and 11, 1st Regiment, Field
Artillery, to sail March 6th relievo
headquarters. First Artillery which will
rail from Manila April 15th and take
station at Presidio of San Francisco.
Uattcry C 2d Field Artillery to sail
Juno 5th to relieve Uattcry I), 2d Field
Artillery which will call from Manllu
July 15th and take station at Vancou
ver Barracks.- Battery C, 1st Field Ar
tillery to Ball October 5th to relieve
Battery C, 6th Regiment, Field Artil
lery which will sail from Manila No
vember 15th, 1910, and take station at
I'resldlo ot San Francisco.
Thirteenth Company, C. A. C. to sail
March 5th to relievo 35th Company, C.
A. C, which will sail from Manila
April 15th and tako station at Fort
WHAT MEYER SAYS
OE PEARL HARBOR
We invite your
A report from Cincinnati Btates that
whllo 500 men of tho Second Infantry,
vvero returning to Port Thomas, Kj.,
October 1, on a forced march of forty
three miles from Fort Perry, Ohio,
many dropped In thu ranks from sheer
exhaustion. Lieutenant C, W, Dawes,
uurgeou of the regiment, fainted and
fell from his horse. Ho is Bald to be
Buffering fiom appendicitis. Ono Army
BtubulatKo. overcrow ded with disabled
'men, btoko down In tho city limits.
Tho regiment, under command of
Colonel Mansf.cld, inailo thu forced
inarch under orders from tho War De
Compulsory military service Is urged
by Lieutenant Genornl Adna It. Chaf
fee, U. S. Army, retired, as tho only
satisfactory solution of tho national
General Chaffeo mado his recommen
dation yesterday In addressing tho con
vention of adjutants general of the
National Guard. The former comma1.'-der-ln-clilcf
of tho armies of the Unit
ed States expressed tho belief that
only by requiring ovcry able bodied
man to bear arms for a certain period
of time can thu country maintain ,i
military standard, commensurato with
Its imiiort'ance In tho world.
The weak points of the present mili
tia law, making service Jit tho Na
tional Guard optional, wero pointed out
by tho distinguished general. Genernl
Chaffoe's remarks made a great lin
inesslon on tho ropresentntlvo of tho
National Guard of the various Btates
and much discussion has resulted
Changes of Trcops.
In u long order received by General
William 1. Duvull, tho following
changes of troops in this division liuvo
Sixth Infantry tn sail January 6th
to lellevo the 14th Infantry which
will sail from Manila February 15lli
tt Secretory of tho Navy Me)er SS
tJ In his annual reort s.is of In-
tt sular Naval Stations:
St Owing to the changed coniii-
tt tlons, the past differences of opln- U
tt Ion in regard to the establishment U
tt of u naval base In tho l'lilllupinu is
U Islands have been entirely over- tt
tt come. The Joint board has re- tt
tt cently considered this Important tt
tt matter. Including tne wiioie sira-
tt toxic field of the l'ncltic, and has tt
tt made n report recommending that tt
tt we malntnln u small docking and tt
tt repair station at Olongjpo, In the tt
tt Philippine Inlands, but that our U
Fort Logan 11. U main naval base In the Pacific tt
tt Ocean should bo eslaiillstieii at w
tt Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. tt
St This definitely dlsixises of an) tt
tt contention as to tho locality for a n
tt repair station In thu Philippines
tt and enables us to concentrate of- tt
tt foil on the building up of the nav- tt
tt nl base nt Pearl Harbor and of tt
tt thu necessary defenses In coniKC- tt
tt Hon therewith. St
tt The Joint board gvvo close nt- St
tt tention to the various plans pre- tt
tt sented for establishing n naval St
tt station In Manila Bay. but finally tt
tt decided that no location present- tt
St ed had thu necessar) natural ad- tt
tt vantages; that whllo a few could tt
tt be made Into suitable, naval bases St
tt at great excuse, the changed con- tt
tt dltlons In tho. Pacific made sudi St
It expense unnecessary nud nude- St
tt slrable. It was found that Olou- tt
tt gaKi woh Ideally situated, as far U
tt as natural advantages gu, and tt
tt that In confining its facilities to SS '
tt the use of tho floating dock and tt
tt smaller repilr sKops, Its defensu tt
tt woiiht not become ono of serious SS
tt moment, tt
tt The department desires to In- SS
SS vlte our favorable attention to St
tt the extreme desirability of devel- St
St oping tho naval btatlon partly es- tt
St tsbllshed at Guantanamo. Cuba, tt
tt Ccituln facilities exist there, and St
tt n dry dock Iihb been partly oxca- tt
St vated, but finds are lacking to St
St continue, the. building, up of HiIb tt
8 'Important Insular station. tt
tt With tho opening of tho Pana- tt
tt ma Canal thu Curlbbean Sea will St
tt become tbn scene of great com- St
tt inerclnl activity, and our respons- tt
tt Iblllty us to the police and main- tt
it teuanco of tho canal and our in- St
tt terest In the whole Caribbean re- tt
tt glou urgently call for an adequate SS
tt naval repair base In that locality. SS
SS The naval base at Pearl liar- tt
tt hor. Hawaii, has been started tt
tt under favorable appropriations St
tl and conditions, and It Is hoped St
tt that the building up of this tin- ,tt
tt portant station can bo repidly anil tt
tt economically carried on . Its Im- SS
U portauco nnd .strategic value can St
tt hardly bo over-estimated, SS
LOST FROM BOAT
Oshlma, a Japanese fisherman, was
lost uvurlfoard from a fishing sum-,
pun Saturday night' whllo thu boat
was about half way botweeu this In
land und Kauai, There weru u nuiu-.
bcr of other fishermen on the boat -at
the tlmu and when Uio accident hap
pened i.ovory search iiosslblo was made
for tho man but he could not bo found
Tho Japanese bout left on Saturday
morning for an oxtended trip but ufKr
Haying tu the vicinity of the accident
ull ulght they returned to Honolulu
Mid reported the occumuce at imllcu
Bulletin Bniinett Office Phone 2.1ft.
HuJletin Editorial Boon Fhoni IN,
Thcro Is to bu something nt thu Park
tonight that will be no lull of dramatic
situations that It will creatu a mild
sensation. And It will bo freu from
suggestions. Manager Congdon calls
tho film "The Messenger," nud ho
said Kstcrday that It Is thrilling from
beginning to end. Congdon has a rep
utation for telling the truth und refus
ing to exaggerate. Tho little girls will
no tholr part with their usual clever
ness, aided by Miss Kenney that Is,
thiy are taught dramatic expression,
etc, by her, and Ibey uru apt pupils.
The Vlurru orchestra will furnish tho
An 88-ii"tu Cecllllau plays music as
It was composed; tiS-noto players miss
the best of It. Thacr Plauo Co, huve
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