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KVBN1N0 HULI.KTIN, ItONOiXLU. T. It.. SATURDAY, JAN. 29. 1910.
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I FORT SHAFTER NEWS 5
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Tim woik on Urn clclilc light Private Mcrce-, Company 11, 20th
3vtPin vlll tonMuu-s hii.I lliu.sday Intnituy, v..! admitted to llio Mst
., , . - .. liotfillni n (cvr days ago tor medical
tlio poll i woie it tip na fai-'aj Iho (Eminem
ndniluls.inil'iii building. Tho m- Piluilo Slilvoly, instil Company,
under Is Miiucivhit liohliul with tin
wo I. nnd h anxious lo ftiiUh .is toon
as possible. It In expected that p.iu
of tlin lUh'H will he liiitlnlloj tins ic ported fit-for duty ami relumed lu
latter putt of the week. Kurt Itugcr.
A luigo dng belonging to Musi- Musician Laughmlllor, Company
clnii I'Vndliiaiit died u few duj ago, ' k, 20th ihf.ntry. w-s severely bitten
to thn sorrow of tnanj. j by a dog a rev i,ayg ago.
Private Roqlnson, Coinii.iiiy a, Mule Condemned.
20th Infnntr), was out of Iho lioa- One ot tho Fort Shaftcr qusitcr
pltal for h walk .Wednesday utter-JmuUcr department mules whh eon-
ii 4 m. Itr-gliison luw been lu the
hospr.nl f-'t almost (wo months, anil
his ninny fi lends were glad to nee
him ngnln ablo to be out. lie had I
tin operation performed about a
I month ago and Is fast recovering.
Musician nan, company n, .iuiiiiii.c wan ni ine guariuiwiim.-. i
Infantry, who was discharged land two horn carts and tho hook unit
tconllstcd a few da ago, tins turn
ed In hla paaa nnd haa comnicticcd
duty on his new enlistment ns mu
ilclun with Company II.
I'rUnto (litvman. Company (1,
20lh Infantry, who nustalned n
broken jaw In an accident In the
city n few weeks, ago, has recovered
nnd wug released fiom the post hos
pital Thurmlay nnd returned to Com
pany O for duly.
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5 FORT DE RUSSY ITEMS 2
it a a a a a a a a a a a a t: a a a:t
I.leut.-Col. Chillies O. Woodwaid,
liwiiector-Gonorul, V. 8. Army, De-
piii'tnient of California, made tho nil-
mini Inspection of this post yester-
day, spending the entire dny on that
duty. This Is the first Inspection of
Kort Do llussy slnco tho arrival of
Com pa li) Q, 2nd Hnttallon of En-
glncera. This Inspection Included
tho cntjre post, all the troop nt tho
camp and all buildings and grounds,
The Inspection wns finished late In
the afternoon, nftcr which Lieut.- 2nd IlattaJJoa. of Knglncers, was re
Col. Woodward returned lo Hono- turned to duty with his company
llcglnnlng early In the morning,
the Inspector visited headquarters,
2nd llattallon of Engineers, and tho
company office of Company O. In
spection was made ot the offices and
records of both. After this was fin
ished, the Inspector went to tho of
fice of the post quartermaster find
commissary, and Inspection of all
papers and property ot these offices
waa then made. The storerooms of
tho quartermaster were looked over
nnd the property stored therein was
examined. i " "
n j j t. I At a meeting held yesterday after
C0AffeTve.ds.,kigP.heTse offices, tho In- " HprH of Liquor Ucenso Com
spector looked at the property which "'"'; .'llded to allow a t rans.
I-.. ..-,.. i . n.imn for of license from Harry klomme,
und ordered the most part of It to
bo destrojed, which was done early
In the afternoon. Most of this pro
perty was fiom tho survey detach
ments and, hud seen hard wear In
tho service. The articles destroyed
will be replaced by -new ones to be
ordered from the states, and which
will be seitt to tho detachments In
At ono fifteen In tjio afternoon an
Inspection of tho Engineer troops
no wut this post was made by I.t.
Co). Woodward and tho officers of
this camp. Tho rlflos and other
cqulpment was Inspected and after-
ward the men were given and In-
fantry drill on tho parade .ground
of Company O. Tho manual of arms
followed the Infantry drill and then
the mon were sent to thelj- tents for
Inspection of same.
The Inspector then visited all the
tents and quarters occupied by the
troops ot this post' an. I made nnJn
spcctlon of them and tho equipments
therein. Tho pavilion and other
hulldlnga of tho post wero then
looked over by tho Inspector and all
of the grounds of the post.
After this Inspection tho quarter
master corral was visited and tho
stables, wagoa house and other
buildings were examined. All of tho
animals now In camp wero looked
over, and tho forage buildings In-
A number of quartermaster horses
and mules were placed beforo the
Inspector for nction. Ot these ani
mals part weie ordored to bu continu
ed In tho service, part to be sold
hoio und the remaining ones that
) .ii mt Art Lafnen hint luaa nrAnrttii
UUVU uvivio (ism UlU'-li'" 1
S.a l.nt ltita m.flll tiA ilnna nt I
this imst within tho next day or two,
and u public, sale will be held-on the
animals ordered sold. New unlmnls1
wl,l be supplied tills post to replace
these and for use of the survey de-
CTra. Toward then examined I
the proporty plated bofore blip by1
Company 0 and acted upon II, most
nf which was ordered to be des
troyed. This property was for the
most part engineer Instruments nnd
equipment uso during Hie su-wi,' 111
this Island und of Cuba and will nil
be teplaced by up to date Instruments
from the sillies. Tlila new piopeiiy
will be of jr.c.it forvtto lo tho mi
C. A. C, who ,hnn ban receiving
tioalinrtit at 'the I'u.t Shnt.LT lios-
p,(al tor thn pant two mouth', wn
demncd by the general Inspector nii'l
was put to death Muiidn iitlcrnoon.
Uy ordT of the gciieinl Inspector,
flro cull was noun led Monday after-
noon, id 2 o'clock. The Imaginary j
ladder tuick made good time getting
Private Ncumaii, Company p, waa
admitted to the post hospital n fow
daya ago for medical ticntmont.
Per Special brder No. 3, War De
partment, January 1. 1910. Cook
Ollroy, Company K, wna honorably
dlftChnrgcd by purchase laat Sunday.
At present, Mr. Ollroy la unking his
home tn Honolulu.
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vey parties In the contlnuniiia of
their woik here,
A lire call was founded during
tho afternoon und all of tho troops
at the post were turiteu out. isow
fire apparatus has been ordered from
tho states but the troops wcro able
to glvo a good drill with tho art!-
clcs now atthls camp,
g. 0. 13. 1
Private Furgcnson, Company O,
from tho post hospital today. Priv
ate llowcn, of the same company,
was admitted ( to tho' hospital yes
terday suffering from a fever. Cor
poral KdwarJiO'.N'ell, was sent from
this .cninp.tduy to juuke a tour ot
an mo survey tamps ana win re
turn to this' posl the last of this
TO BE REOPENED
who has ii calo nt Dcrotaulu ulid King
streets, to Jack Roberts, who V 111 open
up tho old Koiitucky saloon on Alak'ja
Mrcct. Klic, Chief Thurston opp-iscd
Iho transfer ot tho licensn which would
allow the Kentucky saloon to bo re
opened, The urgumenta mado by A.
V. dear lu Klemmo's behalf convinced
tho board and In cxecutlo session
authorized the transfer of tho llcenso
to lloberts to apply to the Kentucky
During tho past jear tho United
Rtaten ritstoln llnnsd at Alexandria
C0Cctcd $10. while Its cxponscs
wcro )Viii, The govcrninont Iscor-
,B,n,y gcttlng rich speedily,
A monBooll, arriving In a ship at
BvercUi wash., wns seized by Iho
,.e()eru authorities and killed,
Wiikul Eilnttid-AliMt Reify
to SimHir l Ciisi FlgktliE
tke Battli of Lid.
If your blood
poorly nnd your
weak: if you
with stomach out
of order, and have
muscles, and you find yonr day's
duties almost too much for you
then there is help for you in
will arouse tho digestive- glands
to more activity, will purify your
blood, help you to refreshing
aiooD. and civa ronowed force.
tone, and treni?th to vour nvstom
in general. Ayer'aSarsaparilla has
benefited many thousands of tired
"' r-Wo'irnsi .1 pooplo and will
suiI li-nout jou.
Jniunr iriiih',.iyr',t Sarsa-
pnriUii mntiiln 1 n- clcoliol,
Da stiro you t "AY-rt'g."
ri.t.-.l , tr I C Kia & C , 1...1, lU.t., U.S IL
413.1 sy;u.i UtMaTruuiiUuiirt. ,
A PRACTICAL SERMON
Bj Rolcr'. J. Inrdc'.le. '
There itre two dita in tin1 week
iicer worry. Two cure-free d.iys,
Ono of these dns it itt-ltriluy.
frets, with all its pains -aii'l netic- nil
crn, him pinfil fui-fvcr U-xotnl thu rcucli of my rirull. t i-iumot timlti
mi iid tluil 1 wrought; 1 cannot uiuiiy u word that 1 nnid, on Yi-std-dny.
All lint it holds of my l'fi- of wring, rcii-t -.ind Minow, is in thi
IiiiiiiIm of I lie .Miglity Unv thul i-mt lirinp hitiicy out of tin- itn-k, iintl
MUl'l WilltTH (Hit of till" llitltT'l't dl-s('t. Tllf I.OVO tllllt Villi lllllkl'
thf wion tlnng ri'lit; lluit enn linn wcrping into liiughtfr; t lint c.ui
give lnMiity for ifjhi, tho g.iiiucnt of jiruim.' for the npirit of liLiivincs",
jo of the iiiorning for tin1 wot'tif the night.
oitvo for the livutitmil liit'iiKirien,
the perfume of m-cn in the heart of thu day tlmt is gone, I have nuth -
inn to do with yeuterd.iv. It una niinu; it is (jodV
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...n .n.u, j,.V . u..U. ...,.., m.n ., .......,. , ,......., ( E0dcty whi;h s0 n(1()rnti (1 ,
with till its iRH-uliIeulverMlie, lis iiunleii!), it perils, its huge iromise 1,0,1, g,Q fitting up, reclining
uud poor perl'01 innnee, iH fuilures nnd iiiUtiiKtw, U us fur lieyond the 'among tho plllnwa. Sho is wearing
reach of my nmsterv its h ils tlend sister, Yesterday. It is -.1 Uav of.eucli apparel as la.lles, especially In
06.1V. Its sun will rise in ro-cutc splendor, or liehind .1 musk of ,th" '''b''1 aoelfltir. iiaually wear In
, , ,,..., .11 . ii ..i .1 ,1 ii bed. It Is uillicr disarranged, be-
weeping elotiik Hut it will rise. Lntil then, the s.mio lovu and rnU)0 thc ,lo(gralh wng evidently
putiinee that holds Vesterd.iy holds Tomorrow. Save for thc star of t.iktn about iho tlmo the Imby In tho
Hope tlmt glemiM forever on the hrovf of Tomorrow, shining with mother's arms had been demanding
lender promise into the heart of Todnv, 1 have no possession in tlmt maternal attention In the way of
1 1 in 1 .1 r 1 ..:... r 11. administering nourishment,
tuiliom ilny of gn.ee. All else is 111 tho suu.o wife keeping of the. Tlmo wm wicn a j(mi m)Uicr
Inlinite Love thai ho ds for me the treasures of 1 estenluy. lhc Love 'n,or. ilPfu, .immnRiniireH. Rintiinniv
that is liiulier tin, 11 the Stars, witler
sens. Totuoriow it is Clod's Day. It will Ik- mine.
There is left for myself, then, hut one day of thc week Today.
Any 1111111 can light the hut Ilea of Toduv. Anv woman enn eiirrv thu
hurdens of inst one iluv. Anv 1111111
dnv. Olu flii mis. it is onlv when,
eniefully measured out ,0 us W the In.ini.e Wisdom and iliglu tin..
gives with them the juomise. "As thy day, m shall thy strength lie,
wc wilfully mill the Imr.lcus of those two awful eternities 1 eslenl.iy ant. "A little moro to tho right,
and Tomorrow such hurdens ns onlv the mightv God eun sustnin please; chin not qulto so high; cast
that wo hrea'k down. It isn't the experience of T0d.1v that drives ' B tr'n ,oro """ ' '
, tl . Al . .1 .1 . 1 1 .1 child, please theic now look plena
men mail. It is the remorse for something that happened jcstcrilay, nnt there that will do! We've got
tho dreud of what Tomorrow may disclose. n beautiful negatho." And tho mod-
These lire God's tin vs. Leavo thein with him. cm madonna nnd child nro "look."
Therefore, I think,'nnd 1 do, und I jonrnev, hut one dny nt 11 time. H l right that womanhood should
n.i . .1 , mi . .1 -xt 1 -- ii .1 . .move forwnrd ns tho world moves
lliat ih the easy day. 'hat is the Mian's day. .iy, rnther. tlmt is n u r)gllt tnt gho ,,,
Our Day; Clod's und June. And while faithfully mul dutifully 1 'Krow wm, tho ngn In which she lives
run niv emirse. and work mv nniKiinted task on that day of Ours, God ,Wo are accustomed to tho strides
the Almightv and thc All loving
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BURDEHE DWELLS ON
DECLINE OF MODESTY
By Robert J.
There Is a poem somewhero about
"Tho Kaglo and tho Violet." It ap
pears that this oddly mlsmated pair
fell in lovo with each other. The
modest, slu Inking, timid flower, hid
ing among tho ferns and mnjBes,
bonding her head away from tho fer
vent kisses of tho Bun, dwelling In
tho shadows, dreading publicity, as
It were, became in somo nosterlous
way, which happens among men and
women every dny. Infatuated with tho
Impcrlut bird, whoso favorite occu
pation Is to sit up on tho highest
peak of bomo lofty mountain, In view
ot heaven und earth, and staro the
sun out of countenanio. They were
Dili they did not live a seques
tered bower, deep hidden In some
mossy glade, far from the noonday
glnie, the world forgetting, by the
world forgot Not much. Tho bird
of the peak had no Idea of dismiss
ing his press agent, Just because ho
was married. Ho took the modest
little, flower to his home on the top
flat of the loftiest crag ever, und
tnught her to gaze Into tho glaring
eye of the blazing noonday sun, with
the "briiglau boldness" (Dickens) of
a United States Senator upon tho
gills lu the Treasury Department.
About tlmt time the flowciot died.
Well, lovely woman 'used to bo
thnt way, Somo ot her millions ot
her nro jet. Dut It Is a patent fact
although tho patent haB expired
that she doesn't llvo down In tho
dim nnd shaded glen so much as her
grandmother used to do,
Hut In these days of photography
and half-tone nnd flash-light tbo
shrinking and timid return his most
ardent glances without a wink. Un
less, mayhap, a wink Is essential to
the complete meaning of the Inter
change of glunces. Then It Is wunk
without n blus.
llofore the Commentator lies un
old number ot un ancient magazine
beloved of our 'mothers "Oodoy'B
Lady's Hook." There Is, nt tho opou
page, tho usual colored pi hit of the
latest Parisian creation. Tho lady's
neck is (llbsonesqucly elongated. It
Is not so lone as-n giraffe's, but It!
Is longer than a human belng. Her of a week ago, Ijlng besldo tho por
expieuslonlcss fntu Is pink and white. 'trait of Cjntlila In that odd number
Her bonnet tlieCuulen of Kdeu be-jof "Oodoy's IjuIj's Hook." It Is not
foic the fall; n P.oial wonder; a rom- n fancy pletme, an nitlsl's dicain.
pinion plme to the display 0 thot Is a photograph of the lady whose
fauna which the hut of her modern full name appears In large type un
slsier i-fhilills. Her gown U vuluml- dernoath the pho'ograph. It was pro
mm. And what Is this liny point emed for tho iurivfcu of publication
of shadow timidly peeping nut 1 from, nf display beforo tho eyes of fifty
liudeiiiealh Die iikli'l? millions of people. Km- ll Is mil 1111
It U her toot, The ilaluty, tiny, exclusive; it lasjndlcutcd for nobody
upon which mil .ilanit which I
Kent sucridly free from fear nmi
1 tstciduy, with nil its euros und
its fnulls, its mistakes mul tiltiuil
nwcet mm tenner, tn.ii linger nue
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than the skies, deeper than the.
enn resist the temntiitions of To-.
to the lmrdeiis nnd ernes of Toduv.
takes cure of Yesterday nnd Touioi -
wee, llttlo foot to which the poofs 1
ot Cynthia's day sang'thelr sonnets.
Thut ns nil jou could sea ot it Just
one. llttlo vanishing point of n slip
per, which on occasion might he used
as a champagne glass, Kor Cynthia
herself was timid and shy nnd bash
ful and shrinking, nnd much glvon to
swooning, in season and out 0 scu-
son. Hut her overs were Undo
sorto ardent In their Bplrlts, capo -
clnlly when the ardent spirits wero '
In the lover.
Hut about Cynthia's slipper. Say,
does It over occur to tho most ador
ing lover ot these days of electric
light, wireless tolegrnphy, telephone
and airships to drink chumpagno out
of tho walking shoe ot his love, she
being tho athletic girl ot today,
woarlng tho squnro toe, broad solo
and comnion-senso heel? About tho
hlghost flight thut the most Infatuat
ed fancy could soar In the rapt con
templation of such a drinking cup
would be heor. 1'laln, matter-of-fact,
Kor loielv woman Isn't so particu
lar In these clajs about her feet.
Him him 'em nnd she dneBii't euro
who knows It. Why should sho? Sho
sits with her 1 or limbs nay,
thou foolish monument of prudery.
she cnlls them legs, ub they arc
classed, llko a man's. And sho tcot
crs tho top ono In Danbury C,ross
gesticulation as recklessly ub any
follow. She uses them to climb a
ladder with, If occasion demands.
I'ect? Why should she blush and
conceal them? They aro for uso, not
ornament. And she walks tho street
with her sleeves lolled up above tho
elbow to show tho well-tanned tennis
arm and golfing arm. llesldo hor
walks the outh who dearly loves to
play tennis with her. His urnis?
Thoy may be tunned or they may
not be. You cannot tell. Kor, be
ing a man, , he wears a coat tho
sleeves of which cover his arms,, nnd
a shirt tho bIcovcs of which ,tovor
his wrists. And cuffs which partially
cover his knuckles. He's 11 mero man,
Well, whut sot ull this going Is u
contrasting picture In a newspaper
R4 MMf I WI&AfMfjQtf
FOR WHOOPrNQ COUCH. CROUP.
ASTHMA. COUGHS, B!ONCHms. SORE
THkOAT. CATARRH, DIPHTHLRIA
Vai"rlJ CrWiw im tta pwMirmt
WLw it CnjK. tf.dil lw iinl
Virt l C..Ue ll t- J I' " A"
m bm ind lljctl. rr.lir.t btnlliiof r i IhB
MM Ol cJ.lll . " fl ' "1 -
cn.ll. ll H b "" "" Allm
Crrl'l ll f",l tm!ciW. Klinl Mk
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Crctoltna t itow"i " "
yetn u iwccmiiii
rr S.U it ll DrusUi
nd tnrfhlBi inf K lr.
t.Mttd thiol I 0c
TU Vr Cnlii C.
IM FallM Slml,
K Tk CJf.
knows how :u iny tlinusnnJa of news
, u ia' pi
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ll Is ii plctuio of one of the Kiiere.il-
on earth mrtherhood.
" 'nuy. wen i.nown na n leaner m
beholding a photographer In bo
mom, adjusting his camera to no
tain it photograph of the dls.trratigcd
mother nnd hoi- Infant, would hnvo
shrieked or swooned, or moro likely
nw "'o n' swoon? Not a
position. No. Sho Is looking pleas-
whlch he has Leon making In her
developing life. We wouldn't with-
I t ,. ... I..- nMn .Inl.t f film ItrU
11(1111 IIUIII iiri III., llhlt. wW ,
vllcgo which Is Justly hors. Hut
somehow It sccnis that sho has just
now reached 11 point In publicity
which - -
Well, you see, mother has always
been considered n thing so sacred,
so holy, so beautiful In Its-kenvon-born
purity. It belongs so exclusive
ly to the shrine of tho homo. It Is
nn altar of holiness. There Is about ,
It tho Incense ot thc purest lovo on
caith. To 'Invade the birth chambor
with a camean. To in range, with a
syndicate of newspapers for' tho" pub
lication of tho picture
Maybe the women of this century
like that sort of thing. Mnbo they
aiuuove of It. Minbo It Is tho now-
est fail and tho pnperB will soon bu
,. I)hotOBrnhB f tho
h , ch(1 , ,,,,,,, NollC)dy
k or lntlicr
1 , , ,,,,,. i. wi,nt women
net. for themselves. Just what women
do like, or how fur they will follow
the fad of n social leador.
Hut the men nro putting tholr fin
gers over tholr eyes In nervous ap
prehension of what next phnso 01
confinement tho dally papors will
take from tho 1110dlc.1l Jnurpala Tor
tho edification of tholr renders. It
seems to a mere man that tho wo
mon hnvo gono about far enough In
holding public photographic recep
tions In their bedrooms so soon after
tho birth or tho child.
It's bad for tho baby, you bco.
MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA.
Skin Kiiffeicrs! Drop gteasy salvcn
n ml nastv medicines. Thnt mild.
soothing liquid, D. D. D. I'iescrlp
,tlon, stops tho awful Itch with tha
t, first drops. A doctor's pioscilpnou
of acknowledged valuo. Oct a, out-
tie at the Honolulu Drug Co., lori
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BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg,
00NTKACT0H and BUILDER
PLUMBING end PAINTING.
jffl(.e: Honolulu Painting Co., 121
Kin? St.: P 0 Bot 914
Real Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET,
Residences on Beretania Street,
and other property.
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