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rA'ENIKO nUM.ETIN', HONOLULU, T IT MONDAY, DKC. 5, 1910.
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Largo Audience Yesterday
- Heard Service For
In llio flnucltty of a catlmdrnl Inte
rior from the stage of the Opera
Ilniiio ycHtenlny afternoon I ho I ill -lironslve
Memorial Borvlcet of tho lo
rul IocIro of Klkn was dolhercil, tho
iiaiiiPs of ilcnd brothers being blazon
oil In lot tern of flro from tho wliuluwn
at tho bark of tho RtnRC
Impressive In tho oxtromo wore tho
lioaiitlful Bonlcon of yostonlny, niul
tho IniRo nmllcnr-o piocnt sat liushod
mid miitn during tho masterful ora
tion ilollcrpl liy .Tohn Callieart, ntul
tho eulogy of ilenil blathers hy Judge
A. 0. M. ltohorlmm.
Tho orator of tho day delivered
ilittt was prohahly the most master
fill nrntlon cer hoard In this city,
taking an his (homo tho four cardinal
ixilnts of nikilom, charity, Justice,
lirotherly lovo and fidelity, and on
thcro four points ho built up an ef
fort that will long ho rcmembored hy
those fortunate enough to ho In the
nudloiico yesterday aftcinoon.
In part ho said:
Tho roll of tihscnt brothers has been
called here today. Nanies of loving
fathers, timolol husbands, nfTectlon
nto brothers, nnd storllng friends.
Did not tho recallliiR of thoso names
brink back to us fond memories of
Rood deeds dono? Of duty well lcr
foinicd? Today Is tho first Sunday In Decem
ber. As ou aro aware. It Is a day
dcdlcaled by our order to tho memor
ies of departed brothers. This fea
ture oLIho order Is n. valualilo one. It
was doubtless designed larpcly for
tho purpose of prompting lis to tako
nn annual account of ourselves. In
deed, this stated ceremony would bo
of comparathely llttlo benefit to us.
tho living, dlil wo not draw therefrom
sonio practical lesson.
Ab KlkB, do wo religiously observe
our obllRallon7 Do wo put Into prac
tise those grand precepts upon which
our order Is founded?
These questions wo should nsk our
pelves In order that wo may bo ad-
Just our dally conduct that when we.
In our turn, pass aloiiR to tho great
beyond, wo may tako with us tho at
miration of our friends, and lcavo be-
bind us thoso tender recollections
' which ri"ro liioro fragrant than flowers
moro substantial than tears.
Charity, Justice fidelity and broth
crly lovo tho four Rrcat principles of
our order. To falthiuliy ne up io
Iheso principles Is to causo tho world
to bo better because wo have lived
"If this wcro our creed, It wore creed
To keep us thoughtful, and mnko us
On this sad Journey o'or pathway's
That leads us steadily on to tho
.IiuIro Ilobcrtson's eulogy had a
r ovrvi Q Tr the country that has in
Vici malty, spired us with the mar
velous music of Wagner, the exquisite
poetry of Heine, the subtle art of Menzel;
the country that has enriched us with the
wonderful scientific discoveries of Humbolt
and the splendid literature of Goethe and
has contributed to the world's progress the
masterly military ability of Von Moltke and
the victorious statecraft of Bismarck is a
standing testimonial to the
OF GOOD BEER
Under the enervating conditions of our climate there
is particular need for some force-giving tonic, and this
tonic is found in perfection in
Jstk sj-. .-S
m tf-C m m m fr "fC "
A Family Beer that should bein
strong personal touch and his closo
nciuuititauco with thu dead In others
gao an eloipicncu to his tongue that
Btich acquaintance along can do.
Thu Judge Bald that this day might
hno been designed for lllk's to look
Inward and seo If they were living up
to their obllRatlons, Riving the best
that' was In them to their dally work
and hnvlng a charitable spirit towarl
their brothers and tho rest of man
kind. Tho decorations of palms, ferns nnd
roses on the plane and the elk's horns
twined with tho colors of the order
nil lendlnR a fitting touch to tho ser
vices of tho great American fraternal
neautlfnl music, wns rIncii by Unti
ed Theatrical Orchestra, nnd tho vio
lin solo hy Mrs. Arthur I). InRulls and
"Lend Kindly LlRht" sung by Miss
Helen .1, Hloane ero both ImproRslve
ns win tho Itccobslonnl suhr by Philip
NEWS NOTES FROM
The Kamehnmelia Cadet llattnllon
will go Into camp again this year at
Moannlua. It will bo strUlly a mil
Itary camp, and It will be a case of
hard 'work. Captain Winters having
planned to give the cadets a hard
test or military life. The battalion
Is expected to remain In camp from
December 20 to 31. During this
time tho cadets will go through the
extended order drills more severely,
and post scouting duty will bo added
to tho drills this year. Last jear the
cadets had to return to school after
being In camp only two dnjs, on ac
count of bail weather, hut Captain
Winters hopes to havo good weather
this year, bo ns to accomplish much.
Tho cadet officers wont through a
series of examinations last week In
tho BChool of tho soldier, school of
tho squad anil school of tho company,
from tho Infnntry drill regulations,
Most of tho officers made a good
Tho cadets nro very busy at prcs-
ent hnving gallory practise. A squad
from each company has a chance to
shoot from 4 to G o'clock each after
noon. SerRcnnt Benjamin mado 23
out of 2." last Saturday whllo at
Tho Junior and picked teams will
start In football practise, tomorrow
afternoon, and both tenms will have
tho nld of a coach. Andrew Toepoo,
tho Punnhnu fullback, will train the
Junior-boys, nnd Allan irrflowan will
show ihtn picked team some now
Tho High School nlumnl team play,
cd n gamo of soccer with tho Kam
first team on the school grounds last
Saturday afternoon. Tho Mailed ex
pect to play a match with tho school
team next Saturday afternoon.
A picked team from tho Grammar
School Lcaguo has challenged the
Knms to a gamo of soccer to ho play
ed on tho school grounds Wednesday
afternoon. Tho latter lias accepted
tho challenge, but they muBt come
through with a list of ollglblo
,wv'f i ;
The 3eer That's J3rewed
To cuif The ClimoJe
Mix-Up at Makiki Over Ball
Game Yesterday After
noon. There was something doing at Ma
kakl Field jesteulay afternoon, when
there was n free for-all fight, the
Japanese and Chinese mixing over
the gamo played by the C. A. Cs. and
As.ihlH, In which the former won by
one wore, the flnnl tally being 10
During the entire gamo badinage,
was exchanged between tho fans lin
ed up on opposite sides of the field,
which reached a climax with a ges
ture ninde by a Chinese fan to n Jap
anese, n light starting Immediately,
in which tho players did not mix.
As the Japanese were In tho ma
jority, the Chinese retired In good or
der nfter several heavy blows hnd
Tho game between the C. A. Cs.
and Anahls was one frought with
great possibilities, as first one Bido
and then tho other wns In the lead,
bo that the supporters of each wcro
on the qui vlve nil the time.
Ily tho result of tho Ramos yester
day tho C. A. Cs., Asahls and Mu
hocks nro again tied for first place
In the league, the Bcrond gamo of the
day being between tho MuhocKs and
I'nlamas, In which tho former won
by n score of 10 to 3.
Score of the first gamo:
C. A. C. JUNIORS.
All It HH SI1 TO A 13
Ah In, ss 4 2 2 0 1 B 3
Ahnna, p-2h..r, 2 10 4 3 1
cf-lf ti 1 3 0 0 0 0
TlnLo, 2b-cf ,fi 2 1 1 fi 1 0
Ah Hong, 3b. S 0 0 0 2 4 2
A. Wong, lf-rf.4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Akl, o 4 0 0 0 n 1 0
Aklu, rfLlb ..r. 1 0 l 3 l o
Lau Yeo, lb-p.3 2 0 0 7 2 1
Totals... 40 10 7 2 27 17 7
Ait n nit sn ro a R
Arakl, 3! ...,4 2 0 0 0 10
rs 3 1 1 0 1 fi 3
Murakami, c..r 1 1 0 G 0 o
S, Nodn, 2b . .C 1 0 0 2 4 0
p fi 0 0 0 0 3 0
Imannka, cf ..4100100
KnurlsakI, If .4211200
KoJIma, rf ..4 0 0 0 0 0 0
HnyashI, lb.. 3 1 0 1 IB 0 1
Totals... 37 9 3 2 27 13 4
C. A. C. JUNIORS.
nuns 0000C0203 10
Uaso hits 100130101 7
Runs 12 000300 3 9
naso hits 0 1010100 0 3
Two-base lilts, Ahana, Sing Hang,
on thin, pale children i
It make them plump,
rosy, and active.
contains no drug, no alco
hol, nothing but the purest
and best ingredient to
make blood, bone and
Ah III 2, C. Morlyama, Murakami;
tlirce-abso hit, ,Sliig Hang; bases on
balls, olf Luu Yeo 3, Ahana 2, T. Mo-
riynma 3; passed lialls, Akl 3, .Mura
kami 1; struck out, Lnu Yeo 0,
Ahana 3, T. Morlyama ti; double
plajs, A liana to Tin Lo to Lau Yec,
Lau Yeo unassisted; 'left on bases, C.
A. C. Jr. 9, Asahl 8; hit by pitcher,
A. Wong; first base on errors, C. A.
C. Jr. 2, Asahl 3. Umpire, II. Chll-
HiiRworth; scorer, 8am Hop; tlmo of
game, 1 hour 35 minutes.
w FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Tho midwinter target prnctlco for
this battalion will commence In a few
days. The target ranga Is In fnlr con
dltlon at present, but n few days' work
on It will plnco thu range In n very
Tho I'ost painters have completed
F nnd II Company barracks with their
trimming coats and nro nt O Company
barracks nt present. They expect to
start on K Company barracks about
the middle of noxt week.
Off to 8chool of Musketry.
Tho following-named men from this
battalion will proceed on tho next
transport for San Francisco, Cal., and
thence to Monterey, reporting upon
arrival to tho officer In charge, of the
Musketry School: Corporal Smith,
Company V; Corporal PlantkowskI,
Company II; Corporal Jones, Company
K, and Private Ream of Company O.
These four men will tako a four
rnonths' course In shooting nt thu,
school, and when they complete, tho
course they will return to their proper
stations for duty.
A Proposed Entertainment.
Tho men of Fort Shatter aro trying
hard to glvo an entertainment this
month but tho dnto has not been set.
Corporal Dean of Company V and Mu
sician Fcrdlnant of Company O are
working hard on tho matter. Thero
has been no entertainment for tho
last two years In this Post, but It Is
oxpected thnt this ono will bo a groat
success. Tho entertainment will bo
nn Invitational nffalr.
Tho men from nil of the companies
have been getting swimming drill for
tho last two weeks, and some of the
days havo been very cold for tho drill.
Lieutenant Chilton Is trying hard to
get water-polo teams among tho com
panies for tho next Hold-day, which
takes place on tho 23rd of this month.
Change In Posts.
Slnco tho Commanding Officer has
returned from tho States thero has
been n great cliango mado. Only two
posts nro bolng wnlked now by Ben
tries. Thu No. 2 post extends twice
as long as It did before and No. 3 thu
Bamo. Tho sentries havo to report nt
tho guard-houso ovcry half-hour, one
reporting on tho quarter and tho other
on tho half. No, 2 post extends all
nround tho corral, post exchange, com
pany barracks, flro-hotiso, and quarter
master's building. No. 3 post oxtonds
around officers' quarters, post head
quarters, non-commissioned staff quar
ters, and returns by keeping tho build
ings to tho left, reporting to tho guard
bouse. Special Duty,
Prlvato Rrawncr of Company O lias
been detailed on special duty as com
pany gardener, rellolng Trlvato Oato
mnnn of Company O. Prlvato Oato
maun Is doing duty now with his com
To Cooks' and Bakers' School,
Prlvnto Roberts of Crmpany 0 will
leavo on tho noxt transport for San
Francisco, Cnl., reporting upon arrival
to the, Presidio of San Francisco for
a four months' courso In baking at tho
Cooks' and Bakers' School.
The men of this command woro paid
nt 10:30 this morning by thu Paymas
ter, They were paid In thu following
nMer: Post Noii-poinmlssloni'd Staff,
Hospltn iorpH,' Companion F, If, 0,
And i:. '
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