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EVENING UUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIIUftSDAY, JAN. C, 1910.
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i the day that everybody lias n chance to go to the big
While you crc thcie, do not forftct to put in a little time looking
-over oar display of
INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY FOODS AND SUNDRIES
We will have the CYPHERS INCUBATOR at work hatching out a
lot of eggs, and as it is under the immediate charge of Mother Hcnables
vou can figure on s'cinc some urcttv fine chicks. though the late thun.
dcrstorms and Ne.v Year's b'c.-nbs may uducc the size of the hatch this
Car,Keep the Poultry Show in mind don't fail to see it and also
keen in mind the fact that we havs CYPHERS' fine line of POULTRY
SUPPLIES in stock. '
E. Q. Hall & Son, Ltd,
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Scenes In Nicaragui War Zone
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Arrangements are being made to 1'ilvnto Mcel left tills post for
iiuiiil nut tliu survey detainment, '.lie cninp of tin' nutvey part' or
vilcti lip lo tlie present time has Sergeant Gartu and will lie on duty
lidun. lit work nt Knliukii' nnd tin- there ns, cook, lie performed this
h.lna, on Monday next. The officer duty for the detachment which was
In charge of the detachment mid stationed lit Mnknha -jeforo the liol
Sergcnnl Charles Koard left this Idnys.
eanjp this morning to decide upon ew Office.
the .future camp for the detachment. , The ilepiirtincnt of the post quar
The tents and ramp equipment will tprmaster moved yesterday Into Its
be sent nut the last of this week, and new office, which Is located In the
11 permanent camp established. A .hcndqnnrlers building nnd Is so nr-
w.igon train has been arranged 10 ranged that It Is adjoining 1110 quar-
carry supplies to and from Koit I)e lermaster storehouse. This depart-
Sergeant ment is at present receiving many
HIS AX FREELY
AFTER INQUIRY THE SECRE
TARY ORDERS SEVERAL
CHANGES IN RECLAMATION
WASHINGTON, November l'J. Ilo
plying to charges made .In n nintta
zlno, Secietary It. A.JIalllngor tlf the
Interior Department! today deiile I
ninny reports recently circulated con
cernlng the conduct, of bis ilopiut
"To say that I ever advised, ordered
or lent suppoit to any effort to porpc'
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I'haigo of the Instliimcnt work, and from the States, which are for '"' .,.;, i'. ,.n,... i,,,
Sergeant Charles Koard In charge of use of the Engineer foops now at " . ?
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the camp. The detail will consist of the post nnd also for the piopcr
aUiit thirty men ntnf will be under equipment of the now omccrs' quar
the command of Lieutenant L. II. tors that wilt be erected nt this
Watl.lus. Corps of Engineers. post.
No Handhall. I Company 0 of the Engineers U
Till! rain 'necessitated the post- leoolvlliB supplies for the survey de
piuiement of the handball games be- tachmentH. These supplies are
tween the teams from this camp and mostly received from the Engineer
the survey detachment. As the depot at Washington, D. C and are
Karnes now stand, the teams are forwarded to the outlying dctach
ubout equal, and if the wciither will ments by tho company quartcrmns
peimlt the si-rles will bo finished be- tcr sergeant, Trunk Ilaliol.
foie'tbe detachment leaves this pot. x0 Hospital.
The games which were lo bo played I'rlvato Ford of Company 0, 2nd
liiHt evening will be contested this Itattcllon of Engineers, was sent to
afternoon nnd tonight, and some tho hospital at Kort Shatter today
closo playing Is sure to be seen, fur treatment of his eyes. He has
Handball has taken a gieat hold on been under treatment here, hut It
tlilj ramp, and Is encouraged on nc- was thought that a complete examl
count of tho line exercise attached nation of his eyes should bo mnde.
to It, as well' us the enjoyment at- Private Land was sent to tho hospl
folded to all. tal .here with a badly cut hand, but
Tim survey detachment located prompt treatment "of tho wound
near Pearl City has been divided, so makes It possible for him to be back
that It will now cover two portlotuj to duty with his company shortly,
of thul pait of the Island. Ser- New Telenhones.
Koasit Edward (iarlz and n detail of In addition to the present tolc
men will work In the mountains, phones at this poiit, requisition has
while the balance of tho detachment been mado to the Signal Corps for
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd
has taken thu trouble to Inqiilro Into
In explanation of the charges In
connection with tho Alaska coal lands
ho went Into thu history of .President
Hoosovclt's withdrawal from entry ol
all ccal lands of Alaska in 190R, show
ing that tho order was so modined by
Secretary Oailleld as lo validate all
applications madu prior to May 1C
Ho then called attention to the Tact
that, In his annual leport of 1907 n
Commissioner of tho General Land
Office, he had recominouiled action by
Congicss fo present any formation of
combinations or tiustgliy claimants fti
coal laiulB, and adds: "The anti-trust
clause of the Alaska coal uct, as fin
ally passed May IS, 190Sw.13 not sub
nilttrd to (llftnril Pluchot, but wns Biiii-
Garfleld by Hoprusontatlvtt Herbert
Parsons of New York, In his letter of
May 7, 1908, and favorably considered
nnd Indorsed by the fiicrelary In his
report to Cont;i ."
Calls Charge! Falsehood:.
Ilalllnger then ytitcl Ois't no AM
kan roil claims hnvr bciu patonteit
We have placed on sale our entire
stock of the celebrated 'v
, consisting of
PRINCESS SLIPS, CHEMISES,
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w,m . iiu.i.o .no ,,i,....B u, . ... " -""i" ',"'" " " '" ' ;. such claims with 11 view rf delcrniln-
pianiiHiou miiiit 111 nun 1.U1..1. o.-.- iu iuuitrti.i..-. ..!,.... ......... i.. . . ,.,.. invn.ldlty ha-
grunt l.u,l. will .iccoinpany the de- phone will be med for connection of , . J ''"Z
laehmonl which Is o gol Into the tho various buildings nseil by thU I ,,'nn...,i ,i .' tli-tn nr,iHar(
mounMlm.. while Co.-, oral Terr.en department, as well . f.on, ! rAlint?n rSfnirl hf Se". Intei
will be In cbaigo of the Pearl City stables and headquarters. At pres- . , n 0 ()f AMka
cut the pout has two telephone '"
from the tents, nnd with theso new telephones
Petroleum and Coal Coiupiny.
"Thu iitatcment that I or my former
I firm wns attorney for this conipiiny, or
Prlvatu Well Wlllen.
I'eail City rimp. alilved at Kort Drf comiiiunlcatloii Ihioughout tho en
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missy lor 11 lew ua way ..ere .. .. .ui ... .... "' '"r'u.vcr advised or coinnoled It 111 its of.
.-Ml t.vt.n 1. I.. Mu ilplMi-liment bv will l. Inslnlle.l under thn d rLCtlon ' .
buggy mid leiiinlii at the main de- of the post quartermaster depart
taehmeiit cainii. nienl.
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1 FORT SHAFTER NEWS S
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The true council between lepres-ut tines of I'a'sldciit Zel.ivn of NIc
ariisua and (Jcneral Estrada or the liinirrfcnt force, look pluco near llliio
(lelila, antl It was icpoiied that 11 battle was fought Immediately aricrward.
TI1I1, however was not t.iie. The cltlzciiK of both llluenctds and Creytown,
or San Juan iel Norte were anxious for tho American bluejackets to land.
Several tlmos It has been reported that I'lassitro wan In progress In lilue
flelds when thcie was no foimdntlim whatover for th ftntomenl, the whole
thing being suited ly tlio excited people, who have a wholesome four of
TEMPER WITH CHILDREN
MAY FORGET RESPECT
No Matter How Ssvere the Punish
ment to the Child. Do Not Get
Mad Different Tempsraments
Are Affected Differently.
authority over them. SI10 becomes
11s likely as they to error, n frailty
that no successful parent should huvc
in the eyes of her offspring.
Cliltdien who hie been naughty
nro almost Invariably best controlled
and mnro easily brought to a condi
tion of submission by being quietly
dealt with. Tho mere fact that the
10 lose ones lemper wiiu 11 '" nttIo inB i,.,,,., naughty Is In ItBclr
lu nt.f. .f ilw, loatnct mlst.ikps 11 imi-. ...... . . . .. ... .....
cut emi make. Yet to keep llio volco
fri'B from Irritation when sorely pro
Aoked Is n illtncult task, but one that
must be accoiiipllbbed. for rhllllsli
inliids hao tho capacity for criticism
tenlfylng to her. It to her own un
enslners of iiiliul Is added (tho con-fiit-iou
of a parental voice raised In
nnger, tho elfect Is bound to be nil
fuitiinatu, affecting different chlldion
nrefinlhtej In lliplr tplllnerntnpnt.
.Uivciope.l io un cxiraoioinary ueKi. Somu , , Kieator rrBilti ,ccomo
without tho ability to make alloy glI ()lhlrg nre 1)luk.nt wlll0 nn.
anc,es for fatigue or Illness on the part 0lu yl,(f UM). ,mn)t may ,eilr8
of the offender. Thcru Is only one (;nlm rPbko or ux,anat(m f wll0r0.
iaet; mat "i.ioiner was mau. nu . .. (, ,cs 1B fnu ,)rlllB nny )f
"inollier" was very "mad rho drops heBu cMMmx , bc,0 ()f roKrct
lTliifiH iineoiiFclously. In the eyes of an(, W)rroW( , no c.IBt,s ,mt r t0;
her olUpilng. Ti ho nuil Is to bo , 1ty ca(U )Sg (lf ,,,,. ,hu
11 Mighty, and mother was naughty. ,)at f , ,,,., w,n ,, no K0(I(I
Tbcrefoie mother ceases to bo qiilto nl0rnly , ,h(1 cMMi ovt, lr outwanl
so Infallible and altogether right as 0bedleiicu appears.
sue wns uciuro 1110 ueeiirieniu, 11
L Is something like discovering feet of
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beautiful, IiuMIio levercucu co.ihcs to
bu 11s Blncere,
There Is Just exactly 0110 way in
which n mother cm right herpclf
Reggy Sapp "Ah, do you like out
door sports, Miss Hose?"
Jilts Hosq "No, they 1110 too cheap.
later If she li'is lost her temper, audi' l"'f'r KtK"ts that ca tult0 n K'rl
that fact to tho child. This miiy
tliat Is by making frank ndnilsstoii of
heeiii a dangerous procedure, and
would bo If thu offense wcro often re
pented. Put If iiiothiir Is sorry bo-
InduorH nnd order an oyster supper.
Heglnald Plcldo "Tlioro are placed
In the African Jungles where onn may
enter and not bo heard fioni for
can bin) was aii','ry, at least her ninntlis. I umietluiea reel as If I would
naughtiness la loBbened by contrition, j ko to hunt theio."
"Oh, If ou only
Pome men who expect a maiivlon in
and It Is better to bo thnu.tht contrite,
. and nwaie of tho failure to do right
thun lo" hn(o been bid and refute to
itdnilt.it, Theio Is U1I3 politf, how-
"our fi woman who puts hereelf In 1 the sky will have no kick coming If
v,u position wbero 'she must nHilogzu they 1110 eion peiuiiltcd lo occupy an
lo.ner cuiiureii oneu uuea 11 eenaiu auie niuiii.
Thu II. A. Oleo Club met Monday
night as iiinial in the usLeinbly hall at
Kort Shutter I' our new members were)
voted 011 and accepted. There Is now
a n.embeishlp totellng 28 nnd moro
have app.led but have not beon oted
In as yet. The new music has not yet
at riled. When It does arrive practice
will begin In earnest as thu club in
tends to get In shape for an enteitaln
ment as mkiii as possible. Many' Invi
tations to furnish music have been re
ceived b tho club but owing to the
delay in not receding proper music
iiimo could be accepted. Invitations
nro extended to visit tho club at the
tegular weekly meeting to all that
are Interested In helping the club to
Italph Jones, private, Hospital Corps
stationed at Port Shatter, entertained
the club with n number of very beau
tiful selections on the mandolin accom
panied by the guitar. Jones Is n pio
fc.iBlonitl with thu miiudolln, Intel
fiom tho const and formerly played
with the orchestra of the National the.
liter. TIi meeting closed at nbnut ID
o'clock and the visitors all claim to
havo enjoyed u very plaiioant evening
and declnro their Intentions of coming
Tho Filipino stowaways, under dis
tention here, are rationed with Com
pany 1. 20th lufantiy. Some of tlient
wen, very poorly dressed and they
will bo furnished with clothing by tho
Q. M. department.
Pilvatu Mori Is, UOtlr Compiny, C.
A. Cv nnd 'Privnlo Wolf, Company K,
20th Infantry, pursuant to authority
grunted In speclnl orders No, 3 dated
Kort Shnftcr, Hawaii, Jiinuuiy 3, 1910,
Have departed on tho U, S, army trans
port Sheridan nnd will pioceed to Pie
sldlu of San Fianctttco, nnd repot t to
the U. S. military hospital at that place
for further observation and ticatment.
1') rosulai- dillls and garrison du
.Jlcs, began ngiin WcJnesday after ten
days' recreation without any duty ex
cept that which Is absolute')- ticees
saiy. Coiporal Itowo Company (1, was
lliaiked Irom quarters to duty Tues
day morning, Corpoial Howe liau
been unable for duty for almost two
months, owing to a broken arm which
ho sustained In an accident at the
skating rink, '
To the Coast.
Tho men that were ordered to pro
ceed to various posts In tho United
Steles left Kort Sliuftor to board tho
transport about noon Tiusday, Tho
following are the names nnd doit'ni
tlona of all tho men or Kort Fharter
who departed on tho Sheildan: Sir
gcant Miles. I'lobldln or Mont'iv
Cal'.j Corporal Heed Preildlo of Mini
lerey, Col:; Corporal Thomas, Pre
sidio or Monterey. Cal.; Prlvutu
Drews, Presidio or Monterey, Cal; Rar-
KHrSP WnfiK 1
iteant KorbeV Anel lland, Cal.; 1st
Class Private llsitlldr.o Atlgel lbl.mil.
Cal.; Prlial.i Munis I'roildln, San
Kiunclsco, Cut ; Piliulo Wolf, Pie
sldlo. Sun Kiunclsco.
Tho g-irilsun i-chool b'-gan ngaln
Wednesday. School has been sus
pended during holidays.
The weather was s bid tho. stud-1
cuts of tho li-iiiifhamchn school were
not out on the rnngn Wednesday for
their target praclleo.
Artificer Vicory and I'rlvato Plum
mcr of Cdiuiaiiy O wi re busy Wed
nesday making seals for the lawn ten
The usual garrison duty 0: tho post
began Wednesday morning alter ten
days ot recreation and rest. The drills
for Wednesday wero t'.io. usual com
pany drill for one hour, 7 a. 111. to 8 a.
in., nnd an hour or gymnasium drill
ror Companies K and V. Otherwise
the duty for tho day vas tho regular
garrison, all tho companies furnishing
the details for guard.
Tho Governor or tho Territory vis
ited the post nnd 'paid his respects to
Mnjor General Harry Wednesdu)' nt
ternoon and received tho usual saluto.
The rain tor tho past week has been
a great saving on the water supply nt
tho post. In dry weather the supply
gets qulto low, I
H. Chilton, hi other or Lieut. Chilton I
Hilly Chapman. I'rlvato Stuart, Com-'
pany K, 20th Ittfutitry, and two boys j
n om 11011011m; icit run suaiicr Mon
day morning tor u pleasure trip around
tho Island, They lott Kort 8hafter
early and proceeded by escort wagon
In Koko Head and from there they will
proceed tho remainder of tho way
with pack mules as tho oniy means of
tiniitpoitatlon. "Tills will bo n tilp of
ninth pleasure and recreation and a
very novel way of trajel. They are
expected lo eomplctp tho trip within
n week. 1 .
fort to ncqutie title to public lands, la
also without basis In fact," he added
Ualllnger entd It was true" that. In
his private praclleo after he had ro
signed ns Commissioner of the Land
I Office, bo had been consulted In the
preparation 0 nrtlcles of Incprpora
Hon under the Inw of 1908, which had
been approved, by tho President and !
which permitted the entry of nt much
as 25C0 acres of coal land, hut not true
that either In tills or lu any other con
necllon ho fiad given nny advice look
Ing to a fraudulent act against the
Asked nbnut a statement that ho had
said that tho proper course to take
with the public domain was to ".II
vide It up among thu big corporation
and let tho people who know lion
make money out or It." Ilalllnger ro
piled: "So nsliilno a statement hard
ly merits a ilenl.il. Of courro, rmude
no such statement. Such n thought
could not bo cntei tallied by nny nor
ivttT.B, . i.nMroe"Di
k..l.V.teT'" a JJVt A
Is of benefit &s a deodorizer,
antiseptic cleansing agent and
preservative. Produces, a beauti
ful polish. Absolutely free from
grit and acid. Positively bene
ficial and deliciously fragrant.
Very convenient for the traveler.
In patent Sanitary Tin.
Benson, Smith & Co , Agents.
And Poet Who
bergstrom; music co ltd.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
A Sensational Bargain In
Matchless values in the Grandest Display
of Dress Materials Honolulu has ever
Note the following prices:
FANCY REP. PONGEES One of the most styfish ma
tcrials we show. Best and very lasting shades of Navy,
Nile, Sky Pink, Old Rose, Fawn, Lavender and Copenha
gen j 30o yd.
STRIPED INDIAN HEAD; all shades; regular 25c j
we will sell at 17VjC.
PLAIN INDIAN HEAD; all shades; regular 2Sc; dur
ing sale 1714c
MERCERIZED PONGEE, in twelve distinct shades,
fast colors, 35c; regular price 45c,
POPLINS IN SATIN STRIPES Beautiful shades in
Pink, Light Blue, Copenhagen, Champagne, Olive Green,
Lilac and Old Apricot. Great values in this very fashion
able material. Wont by the ultra swell class; 30o yd.
LACE CURTAINS; new designs; great value; from
50c up per pair.
Removed from 727 King St.
1113 Kinau St.
Itlchard WhIfou Oildor, poet, lectur
er and editor-in-chief, of tho Century
.Magazine, who died t iiddcnly .In New
Voik, was hum In lloidenlown, N. J.,1
on rebrunry. 8, ISti; iAfter coniiilut-l
Ing hU education he enlisted In a Phil-
niielplilu battery, serving during a imit
of tho Civil war, after which ho was
for' 11 time engaged lu tho railway bus
incts. In 18C5 ho took up newspaper
work In Newark ami lu "lS70 became
managing editor of Scrlbnor'B month
ly, lie was honored with degiees nt
Harvard, Princeton. Ynle, Wealoyan
and many other universities, and his
wilting havo been read In all civil-l?ed.j'iitintrles.
Marie Conelll decluies Ihat "Kng
llthmen piobtinle themselves befuro
American 'hell esses becauao of their
beautiful faces." And their giecm
backs. Hochester I'ost-Kxpie&s,
CURTAIN MATERIALS; latest designs; 25c to 75o
SCRIM; regular at 2Cc and I2V20; 38 inches wide.
LADIES" RAGLANS, Rubberized, Pongee and Satin;
redjtced to $10, $11 and $12.50.
SILK PETTICOATS WON'T CRACK TAFFETA in
many different shades; $4,00 to $5.00.
LADIES' .SKIRTS no duplicates; very much up to
date, and sold from $3,50 to $21.50.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS; handsomely finished;
satin lined and plain and braid trimming;" $11.25, $15,
$17.50; $22, $22.50, $26.50; reduced from $15, $20,
$22.50, $25, $30, $35.
An early call will convince you that our goods ate
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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