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Certain lines to be entirely clear
ed out regardless of cost. This
will include : ,
We have over 200 Men's Fashion
able Suits of all the latest styles
and shades, which cost from $9.00
to $12.00 each, and which we
have reduced to
$4.00, $5.00, $6.00,
$7.00, $9.00, and
NECKWEAR and JEWELRY
' This Sale begins
-Friday, Sept. 30lh
L B. Kerr & Co.
Importers. Manufacturers and Retailors of
Ladies', Children's and
When in San Francisco do not
fail to make this your shopping
Wc arc carryino the largest and most
up-to-date stock of merchandise at popular
Our new catalogue of Infants' and Chil
dren's Wear is just out. Send for same.
All packages to the Islands will he sent
free of charge.
Grant Ave. andGeary St., San Francisco, Cat.
; KEEP UP WORK
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Tactical Lessons Learned at
Instruction Camp to Be '
BucmiriiKcd li the attention
,lmwu Hawaiian military n IT film liv
1,11m IVilcrnl RiivoilitniMil, tlio illlcim
ji iiio iPrrurinai Kiinru juan n sys
tematic courFo (if study In tactics.1
In tlu innln llio rourRO will follow
the 1 1 lien Inld down by Colonel It.'
I. Ilnllaril, tho nrmy olflcer who
1 ramp Iipip to Instruct tlio Riianl nf
. ticcsr. . I
Colonel c. W. Zleslcr, who wan
In cnmitiiind of tlio camp of Terri
torial olllcpm nt Tort Shnftcr Inst I
, week, wild tills mornliffi tlint the
guard will try to arrnngo" weekly
"III Id's" of some kind, and that par-j
tl nlnr nttontlon will lie paid to tlin
tnctlcnl Ipksoiiii which wero first
Blven horp hy Colonel Milliard.
1 "Wp are handicapped woefully hy
tlio lack of an armory, but wo will
try to Ret out Into the open every
I week or ro to develop our tnUlcn,"
raid Colonel Zleclcr. "Thero Is
plenty of opportunity In do this In
ninl around Honolulu, nnd If the. In
U'lpKt Hint wii tlinwn nl tlio camp
rontlnues. the outdoor work will ho
tin Important point In tlio militia
man's training. I hope thnt tlio of
liceis who wero hen Iiim other is
lands will try to do tlir snmo thine
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I FORT SHAFTER NEWS 11
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Plrst Lieutenant John 8. Mr
t'leeij. 2()th Infantry, having com
lileted hln tour as adjutant of tlio
liattaliou. Ii.ik been relloveil. nnd 1st
l.li'ilteuaut Austin M. I'.tnlee, who
now has romuiand of Company 11,
Ii.ih lii'on aiuiolnted nillulant. Second
I leiileiiaut Clilllnli. now an duty as Lcmn Sick.
adjutant, and nttstched to Company SiTRoant William l.emii or Com
(". will .-iFsmno ch.irfio of Company l"' " w '" "mired In Kott
I! and act as ronipiiiis commander Shatter's liaM-hnll team ilurlnK the
for the model .ompaiiN until tlin 10- I'1 mkmi. "Irk ' U post Inn
tut n of l.leiiteiiaiit M.CIeery, who Is I1''"'- Tlio MTRonnt will no doubt
t.i, w iii i lu. mutes have to undergo nn operation, and
l'of the Hist time In many months 'M o-rnr to him and thnt ho will ho loading iilillanthroplsts.
the muster on September 30 was In n'"p ,0 rPl,lr "' "lu w" ' """
henw marching order. Miwter nnd l'a"- ,,oforo ln"K
liispeetlou were preceded by n re- Mount Made Corporal,
vliiw, mid Company (1 furnished the Private Se.nnour !'. Mount of Coin
color gunrd. The equipment was pany IC ,han been appointed corporal
full Held nn tlio uniform khnU In his company. Corporal KciiiKpI
bieo lies, nlle drab shirts and nor- having been dlHchnrRcd while In tlio
lce hats. Thp usual excused list States left tlio vicnney. Corpornl
of flck, Riinrd and cxtrn nnd speclnl Mount Is a man deserving of tlio ap
meu prevailed. In each company polntiupiit, and It Is to bo hoped
one nun commissioned olllcer In that ho will (III the position to tlio
rlrniRo of quarters, one kitchen po- riedlt of his company,
lire and one cook were excused. Truer in tintnHnl
Khst call founded nt S:r.() n. in. and HerRonnt Henry Truer of Company i dlWdual ooMng may prove holprul
aireinlily nt !i n. m. . , K lias licen, niliiillled to me post" """ i
Cimpanics Fall In ' hcrpltnl Sergennt Tiner Is cleik nt' """ch attention
ins company nuu a vniuanie man.
The tnrV.canl cnmplnlns of pains in
his light tide, nnd the doctors hnvc
pronounced It nppcndlcltls. Truer
hospital over which lie Is tlio henil
nnd took great pride In showing theie."
C.iptnlu Chapman, post commander, ' Colonel ZJeglor Bays that tho
thtough. Miifter ended nftor tin) number of men In the Territorial
detai'bmont bosidtnl roiis nnd sick1 guard could bo greatly Increased,
wero mustered, and the men had tho perhnps doubled. If n new armory
remainder of ibe day to themselves ' weu available with conveniences for
the men. Ho Is anxious to develop
athletics In tho militia, nnd hopes
that the Legislature will provide
' funds rulllrlenl to construct n gym
nasium In the new building.
The Czar of Hussln Is known In
It Is to ho hoped that nothing serious! fassalc, N. .1., ns one of tho city's
ment was mado that ho hnd con
tributed $10,000 toward tlio erec
tion of n new Husslan orthodox
rhiir.li In that dty. Tho structure
will cost $120.(100.
"Some men when clothed with nn.
thorlty show n mighty sorry fit,"
says the Omaha Hoe. Also throw n
sorry lit. Washington Herald.
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nor. To he learned In the art of In-
Tim (Oiapaiiles fell 111 Company
P. Company II, Company (J and Com
p.m K, lespcrtlvely, nnd marched
onto the parade ground. The .bat
talion niipcaicd as real soldloin, for will undergo nn operation nnd no
full equipment makes a great dlrTor
doiiht bo a long time In the hospl-
1 ii the appenrauro of tho men tal. It Is to ho hoped that ho will
lie convalescent kWiftly nnd leturn
to duty with his (ompniiy.
than when clrcsed up In khnkl,
wearing while gloves. After the
companies parsed in review they individual Cooking.
wom inusteied nnd letiirnml to their, l.iml Tuesday Company (1 took a
barracks for Inspection of iiumteis. trip nn Moanalua Vnllev and hnd In
Fltrtlicr Iinspection. Ktrurtlon In Individual cooking and
After Inspection of the comii.inles making ntup, under command of
the giinid and prli-oiieiB wen mil Ontiilu lMes Tho company spor.
tered at the guard house Major incut of tho forenoon out, hut ro
Kenned v has great Inteiest In tho turned to tho post In time for din-
Contains 200 Sheets of Writing
Just the thing for School
to the men while in leal tervlco nnd
Is paid to this
Him of military tactics.
Rocinson in Hospital.
Private Itogliihoii of Company 0
has li-eii In tho post hospital since
Inst T.iesdny. Hoglusoii has nn ab
scpfs In his ear cuiued probably by
diving In tho swimming tank. lit;,
will icturn to duty with his com
pany la n few days.
Company F Hike.
On Thursday last Company F hnd
a long hike nnd some held practise.
The company left tho post about
7: :10 u. m. In light marrhliig order
and piorccded up towards Honolulu
and then back In tho valley, under
tho command of Lieutenant llowen,
Tho rompnny worked out somo prob
lems In Held service and did not re
turn to the post until after dinner.
It lias been customary during the
pntt few months for tho battalion
to havo two night operations per
month. Theso mnneuvcis nro usual
ly carried out while on n hike, but
owing to the fact thnt rain was so
mil h In evldenco while tho battal
ion was in camp at Pearl City, tho
early part of tho month, only ono
operation took place, Thursday
! night last tho battalion fell In nt
ifi MO p. m. In gnrilnc.n equipments,
under comuiaiid of Captain Kstes,
3l X ICt OC
and marched up the Iloiiolillii-I'earl
City road toward the polo flolds. Tho
' problem was In outpost duty, m
Company II was. sont nhcad In order
to lueifU through tho lines of Com
panies i:, V nnd fl nnd return to
i Run the Lines.
I Outposts wero sent out and skir
mishers guarded tho entile avenue
of att.uk. All of this wiib of no
avail, for Company H lushod Into
tho post about &:30 p. m, with a
limit that could be henul for many
nillcii, Hecall wim 'fonniled hy tlin
trumpeter of Company II to l't the
remainder of the battalion Unriw'
they wero In tlio port, iiml a few
minutes later tlio other Ihreo com
panion let u rued home.
I'rlv.ito Ki.ink Meiwiir of Com
pany (1, who has heen'slck In, tho
arniv and navy gonernl liospltal nt
Hot Springs, Ark., lias heon trims,
fened to tho Kouiih Infantry. Ho
will he cent to Knit Logan II. Roots,
Arl. . for assignment to a company.
Merwar was for a long time post
tailor nt Port Hhnfler, and wns well
aciiualutod with all the hoys. Ow
lug to the Bhoilness of Merwnr's
time, It was thought not advlsahlo
to return him to Honolulu. Merwar
will bn dlischiiiged next ! Yin nary.
for Afternoon and Evening Wear
will take place on
Saturday fc Monday
Oot. 1st and 3rd
All our garments are exclusive and
Phone 2ico AUTO TALLYHOS rl,one 21GG
leave Promotion Rooms, Young Building j
CHAR0E TER PASSENGER, $1.00
10:30 A. M,
3 P. M.
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1C07 ELITE BUILDING
White Frost Refrigerator
Combines Beauty and Usefulness
Price, - $26.00
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j iii n i aawjttmiMiri"!
ma f II
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Priced - $31 00
Price, - $36.00
For Sale Only in Honolulu at
Coyne Furniture Co.,
The "French Laundry
777 King Street J. Aundie, Proprietor Phone 1401
AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS F. THOMAS DYEING
WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO. DYERS AND CLEANERS.