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HINDS AGAIN GROOMED
COUNT ZEPPELIN GOING AHEAD BUILDING MORI
AIRSHIPS NOTWITHSTANDING MANY ACCIDhN VS.
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Not the leant Imiiiirlaiit of the, than they can be piocured In the
work of the t'odernl government In IJnllo.l Stale'
taking tlie census in tho Philippine !
tills jrtir Is' thu military ici.iwiMa Qu.n M"'- , .,
,,.,., . , . , .11. I the Intention of the military
vv.lil.li litis licvn icrenlly taken tip W authorities to hold another" luachlrio
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1'OHTI.AND, Mp, July 24. Now that Ashcr C Hinds, iiarllamentarlnn
of congress, has been nifnilnated to congress from Ilia First Maine district
Hit- ami Cannon iiitniherM of coiiKr-ss promise to make Rood their threat
lo put 1 liuit.- up for speaker Tho First .Maine district Ik largely llcpubll
can, and tho nomination of lilinls I considered equal to election. Colonel
Frederick Hale son of I'nlted Sl.itc Senator Hale, who opposed
Hinds' nomination. Is nald to have threatened to continue the fight, which
may make the election a close one.
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the guaranteed exterminator for rats, mice, cock
roaches, waterbugs, etc. Money back if it fails.
For 30 years the only guaranteed exterminator) ready for immediate use.
Look for thU
on every box.,
2 oz. box 25c IC oz. box SI.OO k
Said by dealers everywhere,
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO. - CHICAGO, ILL.
for "!.. v- ;.
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lliu mtlllnry lnforciutlon division.
Lieutenant JntneH .M. Petty, 20th In
fantry, who had been nsslgued the
task of census taking In this city,
bn obtained the "personal history"
of about 400 persona who are mili
tary oltldali and their families and
tho;e serving In the military employ
and their families. Lieutenant Petty
Is especially fitted for this particular
c)ss of work, his happy faculty of
detecting the amusing features of
e,'very stile of life being considered r.
desirable accomp.lshment for a cen
D i'KKlNa, June 18. Chlnn's army,
part of which made su.;h excellent
showing In putting down the Chang
sha riots, b to have a llrltish gen
crnl ofTlcer as chief ' Instructor, ac
cording to a teml-offlclal announce,
luont, Vho has been selected was
not learned. No statement was made
(is to how far llrltish officers would
be employed in the reorganization.
According to advices received from
Carregldor, the world's record for
night target practise has been
broken, the gunners nutting eleven
foul of twelve six-Inch shots through
a moving target.
A railroad from Camp Overton to
Camp Kelthley, Mindanao, now seems
likely to be built during the coming
year. The military have continuous
ly recommended this road both from
a military necessity and for the de
velopment of thai part of Mlndana". )
The war department has notified
Malor.fleneral' Uuvnll that the prot
ect has Its endorsement and that
Congress would be asked for an ap
propriation to carry It out.
The construction of a steam rail
way from I,ake Lanao to the sea has
been roughly estimated to cost
fflOO.OOO. The necessary estimates
ai:d data are now being sent to the
House Committee on Ways and
Means for its Information.
gun p'ntooti meet tills year, much
tho same us that held last year at
Camp Jossman, Oulmnras. Tlie meet
will be held In November, but the
maneuvering grounds have not been
decided upon. The meet Will be
held either at Camp Stotienburg in
Luzon.. or Camp Kelthley In Minda
nao, astfsr as can now be learned at
division headquarters. It lias been
advised that the climate1 nt Camp
Kelthley would be beneficial and the
lack of rain at that season of the
year would be n great advantage. It
has also been shown that tho six
machine gun platoons In Liizon could
be transported to Mindanao eitsler
than the four platoons In Mindanao
could be transported there. On the
other hand, it has been suggested
that Btotsenburg has the finest ma
neuvering grounds and that tl4
rains would have but little effert
upon (he maneuvers owing to tho
sandy condition of the: solt.
There will be twelve platoons to
be represented nt the maneuvers, and
white the plans are only tentative, It
Is understood that Stotstnburg will
be tt" choice,
WALL (UP PlAV WILL
sum op nun
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Colonel Ocorgo K. Cooke, retired,
formerly lieutenant-colonel of the
22nd Infantry, has been ordered to
be court-martialed in the department
of the Columbia, In connection with
the loss of $11,000 belonging to the
government. In Alaska, uccordlng to
Information received at division
headquarters this morning.
At the time the money was lost It
jwas supposed that the safe at Fort
uiuuon, Aiauxa, naa ueen uroxen
Into by a private In Company C of
the 22nd Infantry, as he deserted an.!
the authorities were unable to effect
Colonel Cooke applied for retire
ment shortly after the occurrence,
and the authorities' wanted him to
wait until he could be retired at the
higher grade. ,
Ile:ently the War Department or
dered that the pay of Colonel Cooke
be held up until about. $10,000 has
been taken out. , ,
Colonel. Cooke Ib. a nephew of Jay
Cooke, the financial genius of the
Civil War. Colonel Cooke was at
one time stationed In the Philip
pines and was lu charge of the
Scouts ut Caloocan.
EXCAVATING, FILLING, STONE WALL. CURBING, SIDEWALKS.
ROADS, ETC., ETC. &
I will give you low figures on any one of above different kinds of
work that you may want figures on. Give me a chance.
VINEYARD STREET, EWA NUUANU STREAM
Office' Hours 5:30 p. ra. to 6:30 p.m. Phone 588
Weekly Bulletin Si Per Year
The medical examination for ad
mission to the Medical Corps of the
army, which was supposed to have
been held In Manila, beginning June
20, has been declared closed because
of a lack of candidates. There were
four applications' for the examina
tion, but only one- candidate turned
up to take the test. He tackled tho
task with much vim, but gave up In!
despair before the test was half over.
The question of proper mounts for
cavalry troops Btatloned In the Phil
tppll)cg .division Is a subject which
has been taking up the time of'&omo
of the onlclals at the War Depart
ment during tlie past few' months.
No Instructions have yet been re
ceived by army omctal In Manila
as to the purcbaso ,of new mounts,
but t s tbouglu UiuMhe next Bup
ply will be selected f'rbm A'fne'ftcun
stock and will be shipped to the Is-
lauds on the Dlx. "Theiqiu-tUqtrof
superiority between ttid.t ApttrVpan
and Australian horses," said ul well-
known cavalryman yesterday, "has
notr yet boon satisfactorily decided.
Tho American horbes which have
been sent over here during the past
few years have been properly select
ed from sturdy stock, but the Aus
tralian horses which were sent here
were not selected with a view to
their fitness for cavalry purposes,
While they were selected with a view
Atherton Richards and Irving Hurd
to Play First Match Lowrey
and Kennedy Have Entered.
This afternoon at half-past four
o'clock, the Wall Cup tournament
will start up, and Atherton Richards
and Irving Hurd will play the first
match on the lleretanla courts.1 Hlcli-
ardg will play from scratch this time
and will have to allow Hurd fifteen
Tomorrow the winner of today'i
match Will play A. I Castle; and It
It happens that Richards is the man,
there wjll be a fine exhibition of ten
nls, Other games will be: Captain
Low vs A. J, Lowrey, a a. Rockus
vs. Theodore Richards, R. A. Cooke
vs. Stanley Kennedy,
Kennedy and Lowrey are expected
to do well In the tournament, an.l
their pluy will be watched with In
terest. Atherton Richards Is the
holder (of the Wall Cup at present,
nnd hejshares the honor of havlmt
his .name" on the trophy with Warren
and flee. The two last mimed are
not in Hawaii at present, and Rich,
ards stands a show of capturing ths
cup, which has to be won three tlmej
in all by the one man.
DEMOCRATS WOULD GRAB
LEADERSHIP FROM BRYAN
Nebraskan'i County Option Plan
Creates Split in- the Party in
v. L!'COJ,N. Neb., July Id. History
Is repeating Itself In Nebraska poll
tics" this year, and William Jennings
Ilrjnn Is ngaln the storm center. Not
slice(JS9, when the J. Sterling
Morton faction squelched Ilryan's fol
lowing' In the Statu convention, has
any such warfare developed In the
rnnksof .the, party as this year, lie-
ginning fn. 189., sixteen years of
comparative harmony under the
Ilryan leadership has ensued and a
number of -victories have been wou
by (he party.
Now factional lines qnco. more
Uircaten to split the Democratic
rankq Into bitterly hostile .camps.
This time Ilryan's position Is, re
versed , to what It was In 1893. He
was then Just launching his political
career, and struggling agalnct an old
established regime. Today lie is n
a fight to maintain his leadership.
He. has put himself In direct oppo
sition to . practically every Demo
cratic leader In the State, from Gov
ernor Shallenberger down, rind de
fies the.'Dcmocrutlo' committee as at
present constituted. He has been.
warned repeatedly that he is leading'
a losing Aunt,. and will be humiliated
ut.tljp coningtState convention, but
It hus'uol changed ifo pVogrum, 1
Ilryan will go Into the State con-
vojrt(f nT at CJanjH !MIaijl. July .2C
nnckud'-by thofsqll.) l?Kitlon,of hid
own county auU demand that the
convention In Its platform commit
the party to an Indorsement of the
county. dptlun; he outlined his plans
in hls-addrcss at tho county conven
tion In Lincoln. It was u direct niul
uncompromising challenge to the:
liquor Interests for n fight lo a fin
ish. Moreover, It was a declaration'
of Independence of su.-h leaders as
flflvorillir RliflltnnfmrffMt- Pfit..rA.u.
to economy, they have not tb stmii. tBn ,tcnoo.k am, Mayor Dahlmau'
ma iui uuiil Hum euivitq DUCI1 us ID 1 of Omilllll
required for cavalry purposes. There' , B t
are excellent horses In Australia! lor: .i..i,i ..r-n t.'.
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.men mum uu wvurtu m u ingiier ne,r office. These are Ih. alenhn.
cost but at' probably less expense number, of th n i , ,,.r I
DBIH.IN, July 15.-Count Zeppelin refuses to think that travel by air Is unsafe notwithstanding the nccl
dent to, the Deutschland. Undaunted by this latest accident, ho Is going ahead to build mo e and Teter ship,
and he prom ses to give Germany safe air crafts before the summer is ov er. The count Is going u, lmv0 a aru
time convincing a score of newspaper men that riding In the nlr Is still a ,, everyday occurrence Kuropea.1 m
pers are looming with adjectives from the twenty corrosiKindentD who wo ro the guests of tho conn wl,?n T.K
writers"'." ? till A" """ aRrC " ""' ' am' i 11
Notwithstanding tho action of the
manager of Marlborough-lllcnhelm
Hotel at Atlantic City In barring mu
sic of the Hawallans in tho exhibit
from the hotel, there are thousands
of peoplo In Atlantic City who llkoj
It nnd tlu quintet furntzhed music
for the opening of Now Dunlop Hotel'
and Cafo recently. I
It was (he first time that the quln-'
tot has played outside the exhibit'
and the account of tho opening as
given In an Atlantic City paper speaks
highly or the music of the Hawal-1
The Atlantic City Item follows:
"Robert T. Dunlop, proprlHor of
the Now Dunlop Hotel and Caro.l
inado a decided hit last night nt thai
opening of the New Dunlop Cafo'
when ho secured tho service of tho'
Hawaiian Quintet to play iiuj sing
for his patrons. I
"It was a great concession that was
mado to Mr. Dunlop. for it Is tho first
time that tho quintet has plnycd out
side of its quartors In the exhibit hall
since coming to this city. It was, also.
only tho second Umo that tho qulntot
hag ever played and sung outside tho
exhibit buildings. The muslo was ex
cellent, for tho Hawallans are good
musicians, and they have tho natural
soft voices of the people of their
country, and they were selected from
among tho best that Hawaii produces.
They havo their guitars and violins
for their own accompaniment, and
their scvetal selections were liberally
and deservedly applauded,
"Whllo In Wnshlngtou Inst April
the quintet had tho honor of playing
iiurtiiK iiiuiiur in uie nuo House giv
en by President Toft to Prlnco Tsal,
who was visiting this country. They
wcro warmly congratulated by tho
head of thu American government
and tho visiting Prince nnd his con
sort." In Its Issue, of July 24 New York
Hcruld has tho following to say of
Hawaiian music nt Ashury Park:
"ASHURY PARK, N. J.. July 21.
Hnwullnn night on Wesley I.ake to
night served to present a very pretty
spectacle instinct with the spirit of
romance and brimful of rapid trans
formation and Illuminating effects
which wero heightened by the fire
works display from tho east end of the
lake. Tho program had. to do with
Hawaiian scenes and disclosed tho
natives In their slniplo homo costume
garlanded with yellow colored
wreaths, seated In Ihn Er.nn.iaim.rf
Here they broke forth Into u resound
ing chorus that Impelled tho refrain
over to tho southerly bank of tho lako
where ten thousand spectators wcro
"After the opening chorus tho Ha
wnllans embarked In two decorated
surf boats and wcro tnken lo an Im
provised open 8tnco In tho mlililln nf
tho lake, where they sang folk songs.
jonn liiiiB. said to bo tho Caruso of
Hnwali, sent his tenor solo from ihn
grandstand to tho stage.
"Tho singers on tho water stage
respond with a chorus. Then tho
tand Joined forces, rccmbarked lu tho
surf boats and mado a circuit of tho
lake Tho boats separated on .either
sldo and tho two bands blended In nl
tomato verso from bank to bank.
Then tho scene was like n carnival
In Venice lanterned boats passing to
and fro nnd tho strong voices of tho
singcru In their folk Bongs blending
with the muslo of guitars and mando
lins. On tho lake sldo 25,000 specta
tors were assembled."
Samuel Klmorc, a wealthy Oregon
pian, and Mrs. K M. Clarrctson of San
Krnnclsco. wcro killed In an niitomo
bllo accident nt Los Angeles.
Barley and Hops--aanfda
tonic. A trifle of alcohol an aid to digestion.
.XpAjS'jJBEER. If you get a pure beer,
well aged, ixothing is better for you.
'i It is not good advice to say "Don't drink
beer.'? , There are many who need it. '
"Your doctor advises beer. The healthiest
peoples, of the world drink the most of it.
But it is good advice to say "Don't drink
the wrong beer." Some beer causesbilious
ness"' Primo does not. " v
Primo is both good and good for you.
Nine people in ten would be better for
Primo is the home beer because ot its purity, , It is
properly aged" filtered and sterilized. '' 'W-
Keep a case in your home. , .. .' 'S ' !'','::",:
Be sure it is .. -,, ''V
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