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IS HALLEY'S COMET
STILL DUE TO ARRIVE ?
(Hi II it I lc (In Astronomer)
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In regard In (ho ronut Hint will o occur ut mice to rvcry man, woman
bright In tlio heinous ii few months nnd rhllil who craned nnd strained Ma
ugo, nn.l which was de,lg.ited Hal- " " v mniitl.H l.uch In u M,ln nt-
, , ,,, , , tempt to get ii glimpse ot the mngnlf-
loys comet It will lo remembered ccnt c,)ectncI , prof.Msloiml us
tlint astronomers nil over llio world , trouomers liiitl boon piomielug thorn
Dinted that tlio visitor wni ntiywlnro for months.
from sl months to n ytnr ahead of Tho nllcgcd Uallcy's comet ccrtaln
tline, nnd accordlnB to tho Illicit out- ma "" ,llU ,ll',t 'tretched from
dilutions that bad been mado tlm bin Ilorll"l " hoi Iron nnd lit up tho
sky wanderer should not nppcnr until '"R'lfllko n magnificent Imn.l or flam
tho last of this yeir or In tho first lnB 0,ller- Awe-strlckcn crowd i did
month of 1911. i nnt '"st n" "enso of their surround
On tho ninth of I'll month n comet '"f ,n BnlnK " " " "nllol to meet
was "picked up" villi tlio powerful ,hl' I'rnmlses of tho printed doscrlp
glass at Taunton, Mats., by 1'. II. ,lons' " s ' " advertised.
Mntcalf, and tho grw.l Krench nstrnu-1 Speaking without prejiullce, It
omer Miirchnnd clalnm that this now would seem that while Mnrchand may
nrrlvnl Is tho original IlalleVs comet be wrong It does not qulto llo with
and that the one that wo saw last the professional astronomers to treat
spring was of '.lie ttnmp order such him with derision. .
nit was "1910 A," which enmo uuhor- Prom tho finest calculations mndo
aided nml no one knows whither It by tho ustronomrrs (und they seldom
went. mako n mistake) tho earth, was In
Ilnlley's comet, according to Mnr- pnss throiiRh n section of tlio lull of
chnnd, Is duo about this time. It tho nllcRod Ilnlley's comet Hint was
tdiould bo Raid 111 Justice to Marcb.iud soma six million mlleH In width with
Unit ho never bus Vecognlrcd tho nl- unknown results to life on tho enith.
legod Ilnlley's comet of Inst spring Did wo pass throiiRh that tall? No.
ns tho real llalhy'i comet, llo do- Wo did not come within ten millions
clnrcd at tho Miry Icglnnlng that It of miles of It.
was n comet th it had noer been seen ' What was thouRht to bo Ilnlley's
before, nnd thorn soems to bo somo comot mny turn out to bo u comet of
support for lilm n tho fact that It the snmo status as tho tramp cumct,
wns n comet Mint most people luivn 1910 A, which preceded It u month
no Rrent deslro ever to sco again, or so, nnd that wo nro yet to seo the
However this in.iy bo, numeroiM eir- wonderful Ilnlley's comet In the vis-
ciinisluiu'es would h.'cm to bear out Itor tbnt bns been discovered nt
Mnrcbaiid's cnncl'islnn. Tbeso will Taunton,
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS S
it linger. who'l'alRii diirliiR tho Civil Wnr. wnB OnrinGficlfJ. Mo Claims HoilOl
ti ti tt tt ti ti it ii it it a ti tt u tt tt tut a tt u tt a tt tt ti it tt n t; it it tt tt
Private Dobcrty of the Coast Ar- soldier nnd seen many n hard cam
tlilery Corps, nt 1
bns been 111 In tho
I on M.m.cr ior kiiiiio nine, wan i-.,alk on tll0 ml!1,,y 0, nn omccr nnd
pendlcltls, died Intt Tuesday nlfilrt. Boldlrr. and tho command nn oillcer
Doherty was n Bhort-tlmcr, liavliiR miiBt liavo if he would havo control
only two months to serve, when ho f Ills men. llu saldr "Above nil,
would have been discharged. (reat)au oillcer must be nn bo'norablo man
rnro wns taken of him, but It Is j,, cvery emc of tho ward."
tboiiRht that ho nrrlved nt tho hos- Tjcut..Col. Bullard Pleased,
pltnl too lato for medical attention I.leut.'.Col. Ilullard was very much
to do much Rood. This Is only tlio ' iienod 'w(li tho visit and said that
terond death In the hospltnl so far too mil' h nttcntlon could not ho paid
Paw Paw, Mich. " 1 suffered torrl.
q uly from female ills,
mattoii nnd cotipes
tlon, for several
yenrs. Hv doctor
tnltl tliero wns no
none for mo but nn
operation. 1 began
taking J.jdla K.
bio Compound, nnd
I can now sav 1 nm
n wi'll woman."
Amitlicr Opera t Ion Avoided.
Chicago, III. "I want women to
know what that wonderful medicine,
I.) din K. IMnkba m's Vcgelablo Com.
pound, has done for mo. Two of the
best doctors In Chicago said I would
dlo If I did not have nn operation, and
I never thought of seeing a well day
again. I had a small tumor nnd female
troubles so that I suffered day and
night. A friend recommended Lydla
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
and it mndo me a well woman."- Mrs.
At.vr.fA Si'eiilino, 11 Langdon St,
Lydift 1C. Pinkham's Vegetable Com.
pound, mndo from roots and herbs,
lias proved to bo tho most successful
remedy for curing the worst forms of
female ills, including displacements,
liillninmiitlon, tlbroid tumors, irrcgu
laritks, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down
feeling, llatulency, Indiges.
tlon, and nervous prostration. It costs
but a trifle to try it. nnd the result
has been worth millions to many
HAS 13 NAMES AND WAS
WED AT 13 ON MAY 13
this enr, which Is a good record for
nn institution having so many of tho
boys to look nfter.
Willi a new company eommaiioer
Record Number of Titles,
SPttlXOriCM), Mo., Sent. 10.
This city boasts of n woman with
miiio names than any other woman
in tho State nnd who nlso lays claim!
to having married ns early or earlier
In life than any person In Missouri.
Tho woman ms thirteen namei
nnd wns married when sho was thir
teen years of nge, nnd sho says that
she nlwnys considered thirteen n very
lucky number. She and "Mr. Wild
ing were married on May 13, 1901.
When nsked how sho secured bo
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
are correct. Company Q had drill
regarding tho opening of ranks, to
tho left or right tal.o interval nnd
tho manual of arms. Captnin Kstcs
showed tho company a few now
points In this lino.
Officers Pitch Tents.
On Wednesday morning tho Na
tional (luard olllrcrs nt tho school of
Instruction wero Instructed In the
nrt of plt'hlliR tents. Company 10,
with blanket rolls, ncted ns tho
model company, nnd tho otllcers
marched out nu tlio post parade
ground at 8 a. m., under command
of Lieutenant Pnrdee. Tho model
company pitched tents, while tho of
flreiB wall bed and took notes of tho
manner nml tlmn In which this wbb
done. At TO o'clock the otllcers as
sembled In tho mess hall for a lec
ture. Lieutenant Lewis II. Wntklns
of tho Imglueer Corps lectured on
maps, sketches nnd engineering wnrk
pertaining In tho Infantry branch.
Governor Visits Camp. '
Ooveinor Krear, accompanied by
Adlutant-llenernl Joiicb nnd Supremo
Judge Uiirtwell, visited tho Instruc
tion camp for Territorial National
(luard otllcers yesterday afternoon.
Tho (lovornnr nrilvcd nt enmp about
2 p. m., driving his own nutomobltei
Ho was received by Lieutenant-Colonel
llullnrd, and nfter n short con
ference tho officers wero cilled to
gether mid tho Governor gnvo them
n short address.
Tho (Inventor encouraged tho olll
ceis In their work as soldiers mid
said: "A soldier needs to bo made
of good stuff. Tho gioup standing
before mo shows tho making of just
such soldiers, nnd you nro to bo con
gtntiilated upon the Interest you are
taking In this work."
"To havo mi armory In Honolulu
would genernto nu Interest In the
wink wo nro Indulged in," said the
Oovornnr, "nnd for three years I
havo been trying, through legisla
tion, to havo nu appropriation made
and the work started. There Is great
need for nu armory In this city."
Need for National Ounrd.
Tho (Inventor stated Hint there Is
great plwuute In belonging to sueli
nu nrganltatlnii as the National
(lu.inl, mid that there Is no gieuter
need IIID'wIiern III tho Culled Htlites
for tuii'h ii t Ii I UK as III these Islands,
lie said' "Tho Territory needs ) nu.
nml inn only the Tenllory, but tlio
I'lllleil Millies lit huge"
Judge Hm (well Speaks,
Jlldu llJItWoll, lilitlliu btroll a
to this .movement, for It means n
great deal to the future of tho Ter
ritory. Soldier McCollough Auxiuus.
Soldier McCollnugh of Foit Shaf-
como many new modes of doing tcr. who hns mndo nulto a lighting many names, Mrs. Wilding said:
things. There nro many ways of ref0r,i m Honolulu, Is rather anxious "When I wils born my parents had
executing rmnmnnds ns laid down In for a K0 at Hellly. McCollough when eleven Bisters, nnd all wanted mo
tho drill regulations, nnd till of them fcePn jestcrdny nftcrnoon said: "It' mimed nfter them. rather nnd
seems n pity that I can not get a) mother, not being nhlo to ilo'lde bo
chance to huvo n go with Uellly, nndi tween them, gnvo mo tho name of
I see no reason why promoters can , each."
not he seemed, for n go between nil Her nnme Is Mrs. Mary Snmantha
would nttract n largo crowd." Mc-. Sarah Lnvlnla Nancy Lucrctln Hen
Colloiigh Is perfectly willing to mako
arrangements at niiy tlmo, providing
tho purso Is not too small. The sol
dier tun mako 135 pounds, and Is lit
tho present tlmo in line (oudltloii.
lie said that he thought n go be
tween himself nnd Hellly would at
tract much more nttcntlon than ono
between Hellly nnd Sarcont, If nr-
rnngenients could bo mado, Tho married Mr. Wilding.
fight fans of Honolulu mo getting Her mimes were discovered by Ii
rlettn Parthenln Arizona Tnblthn
Dolllri .lones-Hnll-Wlldlng, nnd sho
resides at 27 West Chase street.
Mrs. Wilding Is a native of Washing
ton county. Ark., mid was born nt
1'nyettnvlllo twenty-eight jears ngn.
At tho ugo of thirteen years sho was
married to a man by the namo of
Hall. After their separation sho
nnxlous for another bunch of excite- (I. White, deputy city nsaesBor. When
mem, mid this McCollough promises ha nsked for her full nnme Bhc turn
if he has n chance to tackle Hellly, ed lnnn on hlui from all sides, nnd
It Is to bo hoped that Komoono will tho deputy called mnro thnn onco
tnko tho matter up mid see that, (or her to stop, ns ho had no room
these two men havo n chance.
The Hawaiian band will give a
nu tho blank fur till of them. Dep
uty White says that tho next person
who spiliigs so many names nu him
wilt hao to pay taxes on them.
con eit nt tho Alexnndor Young Mn-'BIG NAVAL BASE FOR
GUANTANAM0 IS PLAN
tel lonf garden this evening, with
the following program:
..iiiren mo Army Merger, iii.tvmil.Y. iMnss.l Rnf.iiil.i.e 19
Ovei tin e Poet and Peasant. .Huppa'.,,,,,,,.,,, Tnft ,, s,,cr,.la.y of ,
loiermezzo iiissiiin i'i.iiiio
Selection rTho Lombardlmis Vcidl
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Ar. by Horgor
Sele tlon Tho Dollar PrlnccBS. . .
Waltz Tho Source Waldteufel
l'olkn Hed and Illnck Cooto
Tho Star Spangled Manner.
YVhoii a woman gets her last car's
hat mndo over, that Is nun tccrct slio
locks In lior bosom fo.' l.eeps,
Tho salt palace ut Suit I-alm City
was wrecked by lire, causing u loss of
A Skin or Beauty is a Joy Forevei
pjB. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTHIER
b. Kitt) ft in lii hr,
lift4l.kJ ,t rt
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fltlllMUtl piiHl Ik I'Ml dtluM tl l ILI
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U4 iittilU UtiW4 ((, 'J4J j4 Uift(f
160, T, DOfllU fin 1 Vtfit J.eti Viiil l If
Navy Meyer mo planning tho estnb
llhhment of a big muni bare nt (iuau
tan. lino, Culm, which will bo Biipplo-
mculiiiy to tho foitlllcntlons on tho
Uccauso tho cxpeits of both tho
Wur und Navy Dcpartiuonla nro
agreed that tho battles of tho futuie
iu which' tho United States may en
g.igo will ho fought In tho neighbor
hood of tho Panama Canal, tho Pre
sident und Secietuiy Meyer hnve do.
cldcd that uuo nf tho piessiug needs
of tho navy nt onco Is tho construc
tion of a big liatu of supplies within
easy striking distance nf tlm canal.
Aecoidlngly tho Secretary ' of tho
Nny Is now planning In visit (lutin
tiiuumn wllliln if month, nml makn an
ufllclal lnspeellnn of tho ground there
nboul, with u vlow nf rceiimineudliig
to CongioHs fpithwlth apprnprlallons
hitlllclent In begin (hero tho cniislruc
lion n( ii base that will ho udoipi.ilo
fur the needs nf the entire fleet.
Canal Zone Fighting Zone,
Tho slgulllciinco nf Ibis planning
III lnw nf hi cunt imcrsy over tho
fnitiilcnlluns nr Iho canal Is clear.!
Ami tho opinion nr th ntialoglHlK
which tlm "i;amliier" i-nri tuiiii-ii I
has leeelvod rrmn a high (loeiiimeiil
olllclal Hint ilio hiltloH nf llm Inline
Mill bo fuiinlii In tin, nelKhboihiiod nr
tlio mini lltimvH uddlllotiiil light nn'
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