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EVENING UULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II. mi DAY. AUO. 20. 1910.
MARKSMEN THRONG RIFLE RANGES AT
CAMP PERRY, OHIO, READY FOR CONTESTS
On vvli.'if was iutiAtfrfi :i mrlM t f.sir in tilt!
- " r" ii
This car will add new luster to
an honorable name
THE most valuable asset the
i;ood name a good name
popular caprice, but has
aonc ana wnai it nas occn.
For 1011, therefore, our first thought our one and only thought
in fact has been to satisfy that widesnread and Imnllcit confidence
which always expects the exceptionil from ft Cadillac.
You arc receiving now, we verily believe, the most advanced type
of exact and scientific motor car manufacture which the industry has
Please co-operate with your Cadillac representative by the earliest
Price $1700 f.o.b. Detroit
Touring Car, Doml-H'onnrnu nnd Itoudstcr (Coiipo ISJ50, Limousine
l.ioocii t'rlcea Include tlio following equipment llosch magneto and Dolco
K)Kteni, duo pair gas lamps and generator One pair xlda nil Inmpii nnd
tall lamp, one horn and net cif tool, punii and repair kit for HrcB to mlln
season and (rip Standard speedometer, Itobc, rail, full foot rail In ton
ncan und half foot rail In front Tlru holders
: What Artiiy
HAL IILI.SS TAKES 1
(UMMMI IT I'llHSIIlin .
Major-Oenernl 'Ihouias II Harry
formally turned oer tho command of
tho Depirtmcnl of California to Ilrlg-Hdler-Ceiieral
Tusker II. llliss yester
day forenoon, thus secrlng his olll
clal connection with tlio local fortes
of tho Army.
A small company of ollkers, con-
clullltrp tf tlin ottitT jtltlrtnKti n !. I...... I
,,,.,. , . , , ,,
of the Mirlotis departments of tho
local command, gathered In tho head- , , V . '"""-' ' "
-purlers rM.m at II o'clock and Oen- ' re,lhe T?'t '" the "r"'5
oral Harry Issued his formal ordor rp- I (,,'ernl Hamtey 0. I'ont. com
lln.iilshlng command, and tho lir(er '"'""""K tl10 ilcnnrtinent of tho Lu
of Oeneral llliss tiLklnc oer thu com. "" '" I'1 rolow of tho findings,
maud was read Lieutenant Arthur
I'olllon, I'ourteenth Cawilry, was an
nounced as aldo-do-camp to (lenern
llliss and Inspector of small iirinn
piiicllco In tho same order
ticncral Harry bade, farewell to hit
loriner subordinates und Introduced
them to his successor Ha and hh
aide. Captain Itobcrt C IMUs, Seven
teenth Infantry, wl cac for Wcsl
I'oliil, New Vork, on tho Overland
Limited on Sunday morning
The ollkers who were present nt the
changing of command wcro Colonel K
on .Kcbrader, CJiief CJu utermastpr;
tLlvurntint-Colonrl kugine V Ijidd
II S.,T Harris, filler Hurgeon; l.leu-tenaiit-Colnnel
V Vinson, Chief I'uy
master; Major Oeorgo Hell, Jr, Inspector-General;
Major (icorgo Hlake
ly, assistant Inspoctnr-tleneral; Cap
tnln W Klllott, Chief Commlssiiry;
Captain Kriink K. Ferguson, Coast I)e
lenbo otllccr andtjictlng' Judgc-Ado-c.ito;
Captain Kobert C Duvls. nldc.-.
do-camp, und Lieutenant I'olllon
STIFF IHSCIFLIMI Fill!
WK.ST IMIINT CUFI
WIIST I'OI.NT, N Y, Aug ID One
of tlio severest disciplines ever admin
istered at West I'olnt Is to bo tho lot
of four cadets, all members of the
first, or senior class, at tho military
academy, who have been on trial for
hcvcral weeks beforo a general court-
martial, charged with drinking a milk
punch ' Tho four cadets uro Wilfrid
lllount of Maryland, Charles L Ilyrne
of Washington, I) C j Jiarry Jamos
Keely of Illinois and Ilothol Wood
Hliupion of Michigan lllount and
Ilyrnu uro sons of retired olllcere,
whlhi 8lmpson'H father is Major Wen
dell L Simpson, who Is on duty In
thliTclty. Colonel Hyrnc, tho futhor
of tho fourth, Is an ox-Surgeon-tlenor-11I
of Mm Department bf tho Hast, sta
utloued at Gotcrnors Island,,!
Tho cadets wore found guilty by tbn
court-martial und tjielrt.oniisifal
recommcudod, but I'lojiiilent Taft has
5,cj)inuj(ited this scntmiro to what Is rc
garded as a most rigorous penalty,
Until March 31, 1911, they uro to 'tie
routined to tho barracks und on each
Wednesday and Katimlnv ilnrlnu tlmi
(line must sHiiid-their afternoons pa
' Hfll II I
nning tho urea armed and eiulp-
AH a result, none of them will
football gtimn Mining the coming
bpuvon, nor will (hey bu allowed to
. llfticl uny hops 111 other soilal func
iToiu Tlinie U no regulation nf tho iiiud
only I ha 1 U iiiiiiu iliiisilii limn ihu oun
relating In UiloKlt ullnu llipiniM, Ihu
PMitlklimeni Im drinking or huvlnu In-
lUlfWtllli III "HUH ios mimi IwIiik
UMIUINHII rilllll lilt' m'l'llii'
Amri F1111111I (lu
II.A, Aim IB Tim IIiiuimim
Hi UhuIW!HI IMhU'I
Cadillac Company possesses is its
which is not merely the result of
been earned by what the car has
- Young Co., Ltd., -
and Navy :
Are Doing j
Itohcrt r Ames, who wns'court mar-
Milled following tho lnvcstlgitl,)ii of
tho on' Ido at his homo of Licit) li
mit Clarence M Junue), were ,nih.
Mulled lioro toda.
Ames, according to tho findings.
was ninulttcd on the principal
charges of conduct unbecoming an
officer nnd conduct prejudicial to
military discipline, but wns foiiu I
,.m... ... ...... ...I
gnlltj of drunkenness nnd sentenced j
... ' , ..... , . ... I
secrylj crltl ized tho court, of whit h
llrlgiid "Jr-Oonerul Jo'lii-J'I'crshlng'
was president. ,
Allies Inn already returned to dulv
with his command, the .Twelfth In
According to the testimony, Jan
ney and his wlfo quarreled while
duetts nt Ames' hotiso nnd Jannej
diot himself while in tlio presence
if M'l Jniine and Ames, who wcro
lie only witnesses to tho tragedy.
UNCLE SAM PLANS
TO DRUM UP TRADE
t , I f
Washington, u. c, Aug n.
sweeping v.idustrlal and commer
cial campaign, with tho entire world
as tlio market place, Is tho latest
policy of tho United States Govern
ment. It will bo Inaugurated by the
tnte Deunrtnient In . nnlnnrtlnn
Vlth tlio Dcpartnieift Xif ' Cu'mmrce
This ikiI-Uj, whl h Is expected, to
attract wide attention und may cause
bitter commercial waifaro between
tho United Slates und Kurope, will
ho dlicctcd by Secretary of Stuto
Knox. Tlio Idea of a greater Amer
lam conimcno abroad Is that of
The entire diplomats ami consu
lar organizations of this country will
bo utilized In addition a corps of
six commercial exports, trained ond
film I Par with tho vnrlous parts of
tho globe, will bn attached to the
Department of State to gather! data
and Inroriiintlon U( practical busl
ncHB vnluo. , , ,
It Is nlbo planned to establish a
bureau of International commerce,
under the JtirlsdUtlou of tlio Statu
Department, whosii functions wfll bo
to. cull but mi tliar inforinatloli re
rh'pd about (onunercliil und Indus
trial conditions In foreign countrlei
And bring It to tho nttelitijp of
American vUalnes men
i, Special circular letters, addressed
to tho llrms of-(ho united .States In
tei'estcd In an)' nun proposition, will
bo sent under even date and a time
1 Im Mt foi teplles These wjlll hu
Immeillntel) refeneil to tho consuls
In tho Jurlsdlitloim uffrrted, who
will Inforiu Hi" Interested firms nf
Mm 1I1 lulls of thn transactions In
A stem like Ihu nun about In bo
put )u (ipnutloii liy Mm Hiulu tiv
pal intent Is followed liy witli of Ihu
Huropuau HutuiinuuuiN (leruiuny In
1 rol 1 1 ml Willi ihu inn. 1 pnifwt nf
Hit iiigaiilinilloiis in "ilriiui up"
limle HUillMlix show Mini Hu limn
IIHll llbltKHl HM HW HIIMllHiml
Immiiuws hi Mih littl U irnin
Cylinder bnro Inciin-ed from IVl In
ches to 1',S Inchon TliK with nunc
cinclcnt lailmrctor, mdnbler)
which Is wntcr-J.ickctcd, effects 11
material Incrrnso In power Piston
stroke, 4V4 ItichoH
Tho four r) tinders nro cane slngl),
with topper Jnckcts applied, retain
ing the exclusive Cadillac fcutuicH
Wheel hiixo Incronsod from 110 to DC
Inches, making tho lar easier thai,
Double drop frame, 2'i in drop, which
makes car not lower, and thin with
tho larger hood and 111010 roomy
tonnoati greatly improves tho up
pcuruncc MII.IK HAHHTOU.
The radiator In Htlghtly larger, heiue
has greater cooling capacity, nils
is notwithstanding tho fact that tho
Cadillac was ncer dcllclcnt In that
inihK.N AX I.E.
Full floating typo Tlnikcn roller
. hearing rear axle. This la tho saino
CADILLAC MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, MICHIOAN
SENATOR W. MURRAY CRANE
IS STUDYING WESTERN POLITICS
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W Murray Ciiuiu und Gilford I'lnchot.
. I1KVHI.Y, Mass, July 30 Following a conference at tho summer
Wlilto House It was announced that Senator W Miirruy Crane, perhaps (the
closest political adviser of tho President, would mako 11 trip through sev
eral western States to ascertain Just what tho situation Is. Taken In con
nection with this visit, politicians nro wondering wherein tlio reports 'of
Glfford I'lnchot, tho supposed personal emissary of former President
Kootiovclt lo tho ruclllc coast, and Senator Crane will differ.
ill SPORTSMEN 10
UOID BIG Ell
Letter Received From Fiddcs, Who
Interviewed President of A. A.
Union. - ,
James l'lddcs, who was delegated
to hco tho piesldont of tho Aniatcui
Union In Now York mid to uriango,
'f possible that Hawaii bo allowed
to enter the union, has cunllnned
his cable of a 'ouplo of weeks ago
h) writing to tho soictary of thn
Honolulu bianch. ridden' letter
reads as follows:
As )oi will observe, I havo al
rcud 111 rived safely lu New Yoik
and havo already Interviewed Mr.
Sullivan llo has given me his per
miial assuiamo that Hawaii' will bu
admitted as an Independent biuuili
of tho A. A. U, at the annual incit
ing lu Novi'inboi Ho Is ver en
thuslastliv over the pumped and
stales that he wll luleiest thu pios
Iduul lu mil' liclialf ami bus not the
lightest doubt hut Mint It will bo
u go lieu November lie Is leaving
ni,i) for UhliiiKii nnd liiliinueil 11111
Hint ln wmild iiiku Mm wIiiiIh null
ler up wlih I'nliniiit mill p.nlf) I1I111
lit Will lilhi Willi' )iui poiwinallv oh
Ihu wiIiJihI I lnda ihIiIwI )imi us
fullimii nil MiiIIUhh hkmM(iu,
IlinHm IIIVHI llllll ' IHfHIiaMI
MJit, '4iuli, HuiwIuU itnfitt'
axlo as used on a niiinlier of Amor
Iiii'm lilg'H"t priced uits
Mll(!i:il lllUlvl. IIIICMS.
Moic powerlul brakes, mtiro eiully ap
'idled ami mo.illv Increased fillet
'encv. ('miirniliiiir and expanding
'double acting brakes, both I'liuul-!
THO llf.MI tll MS IMS.
Tttn jtitml. i.iwl litifitiifitulitllt llftlU'
a .i'iii'i-iu nun iim !,..-- -n--- .
1 tlon Hystonni, tach with Ita own set'
of spailt plugs The two Ignition'
systems consist of lloaeh high ton'
Ion iiiiilmipIo and the now and Im
provcTl Ocko system with single
unit toll, high tension distribulot
and controlling relay Hither svs-
torn alone Is ellklcnt for operating
All electrical wiring inclosed In cop
Copper nmnlfolds are used for Valor
Inlols anil outlets In tho circulating
Catch limy bo rcimivtil In a cry tow
minutes without disturbing other
licensed under Scldcn rateni
toij Klddcs.' Off for Liverpool to
morrow evening, but hopo to again
sea Mr Sullivan on my return to
New York. Get logo titer our ten
clubs und he ready for business when
the call conies. Sullivan feels as we
,,ll .lit tin. Illl.V'lllI'd Cffl!lllllll( III
ltmiiul cMtles hor to entry as 1111
independent brunch of tho A, A U
On Wednesday uttcriioon a moot'
ing of all thoso Interested In tho
movement will ho hold at L All
diows' office, and something definite
will he done In tho matter,
n tt n
NIIWI'OIIT, (It I.). August 17
Mnurlc MeUiughlln of California won
iinnllicr' iiiuldi lu thu Nowisirt chum
plonshlps toilav when ho defeated T
11 Pell lu stialglit sets. (.3, 10-8.
h-,1 Among nllior inatrhes played
Htals C. Wilght defeated N. W. Nlles
fi I. 3 . ii n, n 3 T C. Iiimdy
d fouled Stiinle) Iklishaw, Ii 2. 8-1,
Two little lots amiistd 11 bunch of
spoils ) itit'i iln h pilllliiK 1111 liu
Klovos und boxing two inuinls 'I ho
kids 1110 funny iuioukIi foi uu) thing
ami Mm wn limy shaid up In nno
iiuollun wns a I1011I. Tlio pull nniv
Hlvu 1111 nkhlhliloii Imuuimw nlghl Im
1 ween thu siiniii'i hnnu at Ilia (Ii
H111 im I shun Iihvp 111 fin hid )uii
niiiMiin. ill lulling mill midIiih mil
Nih iiImIii I'hiIsiii- Mil, I tin Im, It
mltHiwf HI) tlfH llM llUJIM IllUl Hi'
lwl) - IhwW Tll4MlltI-
r J 1 . Vi u M msmMmM&mk m
. TbbbI isMmr 5527., w'Wtm
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OFFICERS WIVES" ?-
Ion ct-vjp HousgrpoRCHi8g
clvip hqusbT porch!
B ..SHOOTINQ AT THg"TXftiCT --'lwiMBUErN CUP
CAMP PHllllY, Ohio, Aug. 14 -Tlio splendid rlllo rungca of tho State of Ohio uro throug-d with marksmen
from nil parts of tho country. Matches are being held dally, nnd tho constant euek "o rincs a nd "stc s denote"
practko for tho matches that uro yet to bo held Tho targota arc manned, and tho scotcs rein cd by lo.
dlcrs and marines of tho army nnd. navy and much of tho expense n tho tournament Is borne by the govern
ment Tho national matches mo to bo held Inter during tho meet, and tho contest for tho famous Wimbledon
cup Is attract ng much attention. Tho cup was presented to tlio National Itlflo Association in 187C und ha"
been contested lor unnuully with tho exception of during tho Spanish-American war, when no match was
schcMlulcu. Victor II Cregka Is the present holder of tho cup. Many other valuable trophies ure lo bo contest
ed for bcfoio tlio tournament ends. v .u uu iuuhbi.
Scaled Tenders will bo received hj
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Thursday, August 25,
1911), for furnishing tho Department
of Public Works with 131.0 feet of
12 inch wooden stavo pipe, without
clips or bands. Sauiplo of pipe re
quired may bo seen nt tho office of
tho Superintendent of Public Works.
Tho Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any or nil bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, August IS, 1U1U.
Tho Hoard, of Llccmxj Commission
ors for the Cltj und County of Ho
nolulu will hold a meeting ut tlio
Hxecutivo llullding on 1'ilday, Sep
tember -. 1U1U, ut I p. 111.. to con
sider tho Ap'ilit.itlou of M. Naka
111 lira for a sccoud-cliihs Saloon Li
cense, to sell Intoxicating lliiiors lit
Wnip.ihu, Uwa, O.1I111, under tho pro
visions of A t 119, Session Laws of
All protests or objo tlous ugalirt
tho Issuance of a Llcensu uiiiloi said
Application I'lould bu lllcd with the
Sccrctar) of the Hoard. not later than
the time tct for said hearing.
,, CAHI.03 A. LONG,
Secretary, Hoard of Ltcenso Coiumls-
,4C89 Aug. 5( 12. 19, 2C,
TIih Hoard of Lfc'cusa Commission,'
erB1 for" the Cltv am(' County of .Ho
niiulit will hmd a" meeting' at tun
Executive llulldig on Friday, Sop
leniber 'i, laipnt 4 p. in., lo con
sider tho Application of Moshlchl
Tsutsumo and Tatsuldil Ota fur A
!cc,ond- bits Saloon License, to sell
Intoxicating liquors nt Walpahu.
Uwa, Ouhu, linilcr tho picvUtons of
ct 119. Session Laws of 19U7.
All protests or objections iigaliiKt
the Issiiuiho of a Llcciisa under t-ald
Application should be filed with tho
Secretary of tho lloaid not later than
the time, set for said hearing.
CAItLOS A. LONG.
Secretary, Hoard of License Cumuilis
vlnuciH, 4fiK9 -Aug n.,12, 19. 20.
The. Hawaiian Ballasting CompanY
has moved from Maunakca street to
Bcretania itreet, near -Nuuann. It
has no connection with the Oahu
Ballasting Co., which now occupies
its old office. 4G04-lm
When your eyes tlio after rciullni;
a ihoit time, they need attention,
AU'llKII II l'AIHWEATHBH
I'm I btl.d HshIioi) lllor)
fNrTui HMIu' Uijs ui U)uju,i
ii.iniiii, , yhwiii
1 ....... TBSJE.. . -wj
larrriNO readv FORTfcoNtESTgl
"Thero arc not going to bo nny
blind statistics In tho report which 1
shall hand lo Washington this year,'
said Governor Kre.ir locentl) In speak
ing of tiio usual annual itorts iiiinto
by oniclals. "and this rc'inirt is to be
so plain that mi) one cm liudcrstund
It all." , :
lu line with this statement the Gov
trnor has ty'on; woiklng (o simplify
every subjeclj tsKcn tipln tho rcisirt
Tho stntcincnt 'of tho financial con
dlllon of the T.rtltorj which lias Just
been given out Is lu point and sliowt
that lor tho past fiscal joar tho ro
eclpts from all sources amounted to
$.1.:il,24S35 nnd expenditures were
Jit, 135,082.87, Including tho amounts
paid to tho counlltH from tho Tcrrl
Thu detailed statement of Ihu Ilium
chit condition of tho Territory as glv
en out by thu Governor follows:
Jtoal properly .i,,j.,..$
i'eittinnl proiwly .,..,..
Specific jiropcrl) ( nutu-
inobllcH, carriages, (logs,.
Insuruneo -....jiiS' 2d.141.St
luconio. general '...C. ' i43.3,9"9f.55
income,- special . , . .;. . . a(i,tiUiiS
Inheritance :'.... i50.ip3.it
IVrsoiial (kiII, school,
road) i....'..t.i.f... l.;. '24ll)t)3,on
Pvnnltlvs and costs .C'.l. ti),.;S2.71
Liquor licenses 92,205 83
Documentary slumps ... 58,387.50
Lund sales 112,589. IS
Land lcvcnues '(rents, ,
Honolulu w ntor nnd sew
er revenues 184,277.11
Harbor, whiuf mid pilot
Itecordlng fees 10,097.75
Finos ami coils 13,211.29
Support of United States
prisoners , 8,331.00
Intciest 011 bank deposits ,905.01
Miscellaneous - 80,351.10
Total receipts ,...$3,011,215 3:
Caqli bulanco July 1, 19,09 451,100.7
Tolnl ...... tti....: 11,091,352.11
Transforied 'from -special
accounts 39 701 72
1 3 1,053. SJ
.1 nno I'll, 1 909 I
KxpciiHOK for lineal jear
(loveriuii's ninl set 10
tin j s mutes
"iiilloiuil (liliiid , ,
Alaska ukoii Puilllii
I.npi'lisos of tllslluKUlshiil
UlllllllK llllUlHIII ,, ,
TlU lllllI'MII , , ,
Pull!'" IUIIIIVl(MI iIvimii
WH)t -1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
7 J I Ml I
1 iiriifti.iiijMiiiiMto mtmmum,
. I FBBBtwA
i I' II I WWM M
IN TIIK ClItCOlT COURT OK TUB
l'lrot Circuit, Tcrrllbry of Hawaii.
At Chambers, in ProUle. No. 4153.
In tho inattur of thu Hul.ite ut Trunk
M. Chllds, deceased. On reading and
filing (ho petition and accounts of
Tleut Trust r'nttiti.inv !. Initio. 1 A,l.
J mlnlstrutor of the Kstute of Krauk
M. Chllds, deceased, wherein it iiska
lo bu allowed $151,20 und charge!
with J251.11I, and asks that tlies.tnin
may bo examined and approved, and
(hat u final order may bo mndo of
.distribution of tho property remain
, lug in its bunds to the persons thcio
to entitled, Hud discharging It and
. Its sureties from nil further rospon
'nihility HHrRuch Administrator; it la
Ordcicd, (lint .Monday, tho 12th day
it September, A. 1). 1910, nt ten
o'clock a. in., before tho Judge nt
laid Court at Mm courtroom of said
Court ut Honolulu, be and tho same
hereby Is appointed us the time und
.il.'icii for bearing said petition and
icrouiits, uuil that nil parsons Inter
ested may then and thoio appear and
jhovv ciiilt-0. If any thuy have, why
Mie same should nut be grunted, and
uuy piesout uvldcnco us to who are
untitled to the said "lopcity. Dated
at Honolulu, this Clli day of Augiut,
Ai)i.!OI0. ,lly order of thu Court:
r."A.lJ'HlOiil'0Np. Clerk, Circuit
Couft. I'fiatJ' Circuit. Lnrnacli &
Jloblusoii, futtornejs for admlulstra
tor('Stnngouw.ild building. Honolulu.
. -1689 Aug. fi, 12, 19, 2.
Collego of Agriculture and
' Mechanical Arts 8,820.99
Public W'irkB department 115,283.04
Public Lands department 11,101.03
Siuvcy dop.utnunt ..... 14,030.49
Public Health department 325.555 92
Judiciary department ... 82,395.48
Attorney Generdl's ilopt.. 15,733.84
Iteiord bureau 15,208.19
Interest n public debt... 103,042.50
Transferred to special uc-
mmlgiatiou nnd consul-
vutiou . .'. 378,570.10
Honolulu water ninl sow
er vvnrki)t.. 184,277.11
Itouil In, (fov counties) 140.08S.10
Sinking fund ' 57.018.75
l,aud purrhutus d2.749.G3
liomcstead 'roads 8,273.1(1
Hoiiicstcudor'H Impiovo ,
Mnif-ils J. 110. 23
HcKCSqrod land ussurancu 030 31
Industrial school 577.88
Lahulualuna school 27.50
Paid In (.'oiintlus
Cily und County1 of Hono
lulu 50J.5I9 50
County of Hawaii 21fi.lbti.0j
County nf Maul 19d,3it,43
Cuuiity of Iviui.il 111,19,1. 20
Tnliil ililnii"liieiU .... f 3,(15,083 UT
L'uiieiit ciiMi iiini(i ... 85VI8,ni
!-" m 1 mil niin!i.
IliK JtllKi RO, lllin 1I4.3IT.I"
NPI willful Noll lwlnii). WM1 u