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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1911
CREWS READY FOR
(Continued from Fag 1)
linrlior, although II woul fye nf no use
to tell thN to liny of Hie Mrlle num
hers. Tlio Myrtlj freshmen liavo not
been rowing up to their best form of
111 the Junior .went, with the l'uu-
nenes ns n pretty pure contestant, the
race will be a bailie royal, an both thp
Heatanl nnd Myr'les are going to dee
that the visitor .hi not le-ive the In
Iniu) with a victory this year.
It will be one of the mutt exciting
races of the day, ami the crew that
win will have to ,votk hnril, ns It will
menu a drive from Blurt to finish.
The senior six-wired barge race looks
us though It will be fought out by the
usual i wo rivttiK. an II is moat iiKciy
that the Maul sports will not enter thin
event after all. The Myrtles lire fa
vored n hit In winning and n& the crew
Is iirnctlcally the name an that which
won tliu Inurcln for tho lied nnd White
Inst j ear. It In fUured that It will re
peat the trick thin year.
The M riles took seven out of the
eight events Inst )car, but repenting
mch n great performance thin year Ib
Impiobnble, for t!ni Ilenlnnln, with the
new life stirred up among the mem
lirn, hue produced three strong crewn.
The championship honors Iwvo gone
to the Ited nnd Wnlto for Iho pant five
years, but it lookti like a different story
After working hard for tho last
month nml ,mlf- tlio crews finished up
their triiliilnK last evening, encli crew
going over Its respective course. The
I'liunenen went, over the senior course
Instead ot the Junior.
All that In linked for tomorrow In fine
weather the regitta committee will be
n sponsible for tho rent.
Much credit In duo this year's re
rutin committee, consisting of It
Thompson, chairman; Itny It Hletnw
mid O. Hough, fjr tlin splendid work
It has done in arranging on Interesting
Dig Crowds Out.
The crowd tint will go down to the
harbor tomorrow 'hoiild bo the largest
ever, nn much Interest In being taken
In the coming events, nnd whether the
boathouses can iold the large crowd
In hard to Kay. The club colors will
sen In great numbers tomorrow, tho
Myrtles In red mil white, Ilenlnnln In
blue and white, end the l'uunenci In
block and )ellnw'
Upsides tho bulge events, tho calioo
races ore attracting imu'i attention,
and when the llul Nnlu crew tnikles
the haolu"'bulcll or the Outrigger Club
there will be something doing. The
llul Nulus did wonders In tho aquatic
championship me.t some tlmn ngo, nnd
It looks as though. thev limy carry off
honors In tho reguttn.
Tim, Judges' bo.lt will bn stationed ufr
Naval Dot I; No 1, and the Knrnn, with
the Ilawalaln bull aboard will l sta
All rates are to end oft the Alnkea
slip, nnd the best place for spectators
to view' the races, outsldii of the M)r
tle and Healanl h, uthouses. will be on
the Cli.iiinil whnrf and at tho Alnkia
The first event will start promptly qt
9 o'clock, and. will be followed by the
next event on the irogium ten Minutes
lifter the tlrst race In over.
All the ruces IM end in n line bo
tween the plir off the Nuvul whnrf
mid the Quarantine, wharf.
The speci.il ruie will also bo pulled
off during the morning, nnd the crews
will bo us follows
redernls Blicrv ood, Holt, Rawlins,
Johnstone, Clark, Ilellbron.
t'aunty Murray, I.loyd, Willis, Jar-
Terrltorlu,! P. Jnrrett. II. Porter,
Kuhlo, Roliertnon, W. K. Will. Tom
Thin race should be an Interesting
event, nnd It would be a wine thing to
pull it uu lust ii'i the program, so iih
to hold the crowd
Tho M)rtle seldom last )ear- went
seconds, and the junior race was won
"over the course In 14 minutes tf!4-E
by the snme club In U minutes 31! 3-C
M-conds. This tbnv will no doubt be
buiiteii thin i'nr.
' In the burgu events the Ilealnnlsniid
MjrlleH lmvi mli red crews In the
seiilur, Juiiloi nii'l fre'ilun in ulxroarcd
laces and 111 the pair-oar events The
I'uunenes will I'uuipitv ill the Junior
Tho entries for the other events nre
Slx.Pnddle Csnoo Race.,
While Horn'. Outrigger Pliib; Nlnu
Imil. John Ml; "A," llul Nnlu; Ilium
keiikl, Torn Mnhuku; I.e Ilium, Tom
Muhiik.i', Twenty Three, Ke.iwi'liiulln,
Athletic Club; Knhl, Kmiuliiiuiehi
Aliunde flub; Nhililuul, Knmehtiiniha
Aiii.itlc Club Juniors.
Four-Paddla Cano Race.
While Home, Outrigger flub; l.il
Mnl, John 1,11; "A," lut Nnlu; Ul
llliuu, 't'litu Muliiln; linn ikioki, Tiuii
Mllhukiil Twenly-Thlee, Keiuclualll
Athlellti Cliili; K'nlil, K A. I'. hhiIois;
Nluuhinl, K A ' Juniors
FourPddl Modrrn Canoe,
Nl(i upiiiil, Kiuwi'iiiiill.i A l'; I Inn
liiipallil, Kt'itvv i in ilia A t'l (bind Time,
Julpi I, Hi UiimI.IIh, If A f senior,
Mulluil fine, K A I' JmmIoik
1)ium '('lilh'i .ImIim 1.11, ItiililllMulii,
ii'tiji !.!l leiiiuMliti Kuimluiinvlu
Six-Paddle Crnoe (Boya).
White Horse, Outrigger Club; Knpo-
Icl, llul Nalu; 1.(1 Ilium John Mil-
huka! Nluliliinl, Kninelinmehn Aiiuatlc
Club iimatcur crew.
8ta Wnn Race.
a.illoplng Mary. Harry Ilnlley; Un
known, Oeorge Cnisldy; nonilng aim
let, II. B Hush.
Ivy. Mnx Ilolte; Pearl, Ah In Sllvn;
Elizabeth, I'rldny; Klorcnce, Hlmcr
Bnllina Rac for Canoea.
Unknown, Outrigger Club; Mnlllkl-
nnlao, John I.lls I'earl Hunter, Knmc
hnmehn AnunJIc Club (Pearl Harbor);
Kenwehlklkea, llul Nalu; "A," llul
Nalu; l.el lllmn. Tom Mabiikn: Nlaii-
Innl, kninehnmchi A'liiatlc Club. ,
For the whale! oat event only two
boats have entircd, and both of tlieso
entries nre by Tom Miihukn.
TQ START WORK
(Continued from Paa 1)
thousand dollars, according to tho
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jioiign csiiimnen hi mv ,wnmin ik
thq rotd tominltlcc
Where tho reumlndir of the fundi
mccssary to male Nuuanu nvenue n
road pnvtd with other than in I re or
good Intentions li to come from In n
matter that han caused soma members
of the board to Indulge In sundry
guessing contests, without n satisfac
tory answer to tho query which li al
ways uppermost In their minds.
Chairman Snin Dwlght of tho rold
committee stall d this morning that In
lila opinion Nuunuil Itiipiovemi lit plans
would lint suffer for u lack of funds.
It w'nn Ills Idea 'to hold down on road
work In Hum lulu and outside districts
to suili mi extent that n saving nf nt
least two thousand dollars a. month
might be efTi-ited. Dwlght slgnllled
his belief that at least onu thousand
dollars might bo appropriated each
month from tho general fund until such
time nn Hie stree. was llnlshul.
Japanete Will Ausiat.
Jnp.ine.su will assist In tho Improve
ment Mlieme, but they will not bo
found on tho city and county po)roll
by any miinuir of moans. The road
deportment has arranged with n num
ber of Japanese contractors who are
In need nf material for filling, who wilt
stand ready to n movo the necessary
(iirth from such cuts an are dinlgnated
by the engineer Tho Japanese w 111 re
move the dirt ut no cost to the city
Tho announcement that dirt will ac
tually fly out Nuniiiu way on or about
next Monday morning has been receiv
ed with much Joy by a host of long-
Pioneer Mill " Company directors
held n meeting yesterday afternoon
nt the ollkeH of II. llackfeld & Co,
nnd tho result was an announcement
of a six per cent extra dividend this
year, or rather three extras of two
per .cent each. Tho extras 'will bo
paid on October I, November t anil
December I. The extras hnvn already
been anticipated III the trading on
The extras will be paid In addition
to the regular $1.00 dividend, and Pio
neer stockholders arc rejoicing. It
Is expected that O.ilm directors will
be about the next to declare nn extra,
although thuse who follow tho market
nay that the plans for tho construc
tion of the proposed big Irrigation
tunnel may affect tho extra dividend
USE AS TARGET
BY C. S. ALBERT,
(Siieclnl llul let In Correspondence.)
WAHIIlNtlTON. I), f , Hipt 1 Tho
final demolition of the, phi battleship
Texan, icihrlblencd the San Marcos
lor the put pose of Incoming n target,
solved a pioblem that lias worried
jiuvnl authorities ever slnco tlia heavier
t)ie of guns wire Installed on the big
linttleshjps. They were unable to es
timate the distance at which the 14
Inch guns would provu most efftitlve.
Since" tlm Delaware destroyed the Sun
Marcos tho settled conclusion was
reached that u warship call easily be
sent to tho bottom of tho sea at a
distance n( from nine to ten miles
It wilt luruiftir bo tho settled maxim
In tho nnv) Hint actual hostilities may
be opened whin l'ie nttacl.lng licet Is
npiirolm itily ten miles nwuy from the
defending squadron. Naval olllccrs ex
plain that the percentage of lilts at that
distance will be finall, but Insist that
olio successful shot will destroy nn or
d I nary enemv.
for this reason the annihilation of
the expensive, but hoodooed, old battle
ship Is regarded ns of great value to
the s r Ice.
I'lillowlng tliu Irving out nf tho Del
aware's great ,guns the i ntlro Atlantic
lie (.1 has spent t.n wicks In Tangier
Hound In experimental work. Practise
evolutions have bun conducted at
night as well as during the d.i)tlme,
the Intention being to accustom the
pen to nil circumstance's and weather
inndltlons. A fiatpre of the workhns)
been the searching nut and theoretical
destruction of neioptiincs. Huge kites
were sent ,up, anchored, and the war
ships wcro required, to lonte them und
attempt to disable them. Much doubt
Inn been expressed ns to whether tho
Klin used by the I'eet for that purpose,
will prove clTectlie 111 nctml warfare.
(Conttnuad from Pan 1)
which Kreat benefits hud been gain
ed and vvill In alt piobablllty tiy tho
Tho next hicthod Is rmo that' In
only new und although ho started In
to make a study of It ho thought that
ho would vvult until sumo further de
tails hud been worked out In con
nection witli It. It rotiHlsfs of col
lapsing the lung by the Injection of
nitrogen lulu the cavll between tho
lung und Iho lung case. This is
punircd in under pressure mid tho
lung Is coll.ipfcil, all tho air being
driven out of It. (Jrowtli Is. sus
pended and tlio tubercular bacilli
Inning nothing to work on are pow
cress to do any damage. The nitro
gen Iiiib to be renewed every two or
three weeks as It Is gruduull) ab
sorbed In the body,
Tlile sound slmplo enough hut
Ihcru are soveiul dangers connected
with It. rirat uf all Iho matter r
which lung tho dlueusa Is lu has to
be settled. Then there Is the dan-
gur thai litter the lung Is all right
again and tliu ultrogoii diuwn nfTthut
it liiav not expand owing to bulu
down so miuli. Then thorn Is tin
dunger that tho lung may pot huvo
been completely cmed mid Miat it
will have lo be douo all over ugalu.
At tho sumo time the doctor saw u
limn who hud one lung ticutcd in
this wuv and Is uuw us right us rain
ngalu. Ho has the nttingcii put In
tho lung all tlin time uin slulcs than
lie Is iptllu content to Huvo won
Tho thlid method consists ()f out
of door exeicisn mid nn Indexing ol
I he blood at tho same tlmn. This Is
nioiti fin pulloiiln who huvo only it
cllght touch, however, and If tliu dno
tor run get hold of u case like that
mi tlieu ho ma) It) it out.
Two Italian riuight it duel In
lltookl)ii Kilutdiiy for Iho hand of u
girl whom bulb loved, utnl a bullet
fumi one of Iho imiilvt'iii killed Al-
(1 ul it ii fiineiisii, wliii was 'IDItii; In
eel I In tlmll quilli'l
NEW GUN FIRES SHELL
18,000 FEET IN THE AIR
Naval Weapon Designed
In War, .
Superintendent of forestry Ralph S.
Ilonmer leaven today, und Water He-
eourcos Chief W f Martin and Super
visor Kben low !"ave Prlda) next for
loilinlnn, where ll.cy will ill meet the'
(lover nor and his part) nnd go across '
to the Island of Knhooluwf Saturday
morning. That If uidiss n whelesn Is
received from the Uuvtmor before I'rl
dny, '1 lie Governor nnd his part) Includ
ing llosmer,' will look Into the nuttin
nt tlit; reforestation of the Island, while
.Martin will lake over the Job of plan
nlnr for u record of the rnlnfnll lo lie
I ept, flit n Low Hill act the goud fel
low generally und show t'icm nil how
lo shoot goats dur'ng tin Ir spare time.
Tliu Island, which has Just been taken
over from Low, In to be made the point
of ii big experiment to trj and estab
lish whither or pot time Is any rela
tion bi tween growing forests and tho
iiilnra.lt. It Is claim il, uf course, that
plenty of forest means phut) of rain,
und this In what the) will start to de
termine. At tliu s line time, tiu resultn
need be expected lor the next thirty or
Hpcuklug of tin projtct this morn
ing, Chief Miirtlu said "The fact of
whuthcr or not u lot est has uuy con
nectlnn with the rainfall Is a very open
one, although It Is il.ilmcd by n ureal
many people to Ii; an isliibllshed fact.
Tliu grounds they have fur this claim,
however, nre almpl) the personal ob
servations of Milieus ptoplu who have
lived In u certain district. Thesu call
lint be depended on too much mid wliat
wo want In tlguns. With Iho present
Island tu work on wo should bo ub'u
to get them, although it may hothhty
rr foil)' Scars bef r we tan say any
thing definitely out way or another.
"Mr. llosmer vvlil sio to the planting
of the trees mid I will establish four
lulu gauges tluoiuliollt the Island. Olio
of these we plan to have nad every
day If it is possible, while the otlurs
will be read once a week or time
iibouts. The) wl'l be the stand ml -4-inch
gauges. II) Huso mums, us tho
)eais go nn nnd the forest grown, wo
can see whether or not thno Is uny
real truth 111 the fact that the forest
has all effect on rainfall.
The Idea of making tills nn experi
ment stntion is nut n npw one, nn I .
II. Novvll, dhecloi of tho United Htnles
lteclamallon fiertlle wan down hero
three sears ugo mid when ho went
back wrote, n report on tliu matter,
ruggistlug that lu Island would lie nn
Idtul one to, carry .out thes experiment.
)W. O. Lelghton. chief hydrosniphcr of
the United StatcM Oeolo,slcal Survey,
vvan nlno dov n h-re, u couple of )ears
ugo mid ngretd with Mr. Newell's
"PJtnty of kimnnlnnn have told us
that before tlurn were nny ironts or
sheep altowid on the Island, nnd when
It was covert il with foiest there used
to, be more rnhvi, How much faith we
can place on their statements I can
not say, hut, personally, I do nut tnke
them much Into account. They suy
that tho clouds utetl to gather on the
little peak aril then soma time during
the nftiruoons n breeze would spring
up mid blow them over to the eastern
slopes nf llale.il.ala If the reforesting
of the Island Is going to have this f
fect It will nlso iiimn that the eastern
slopm will be lieuellted lis well"
S b M "I W
if mm Msl
m i v.''t w,ai
l aal 3HS
Not Idle Talk
As the old saying goes: "The
proof of the puefding is in the
eating thereof" and thus we
refer to our showing of
for Fall wear. The assortment
of styles, patterns, and color
ings are large and well select
ed; the fit and workmanship
are up to our usual standard.
We guarantee every suit to
wear and retain its color.
Let us show you what values
we offer in this famous make
WASHINGTON, AiigtiBt 2C After
Ehnotitii: n shell 18,000 feet Into tho
air, higher than nn 'ncitiplune 'has
ever flown, the experiments with tho
Vow n.ivnl gun, destined to destroy
tho air ships of nn enemy, weto teni-
imrarlly ended ut tho Indian Head
proving grounds today. II was an
nounced that both tho new wenisin
Mid Us carriage hud proved eminently
satisfactory. Kitty teitmds were II red
In today's tests, Tliu maximum ratigo
of IX.UOU feet was reached when Iho
gun was elevated nt an angle of X"
degrees, The (hot llasliejl accurately
for 10,000 reet. lleyond that ills
tanee it lost Its orlglnnl trajectory
and was uffected by the nlr currents,
falling Into tho I'oloinac K.iin feel
from u siiot vrhero It hud been reck
oned It would drop.
Tim Idea of this one-pounder will
le duplicated into n tliico-lnch gun.
Naval ordnance experts believed Unit
such ii weapon would shoot soveti
miles Into tho nlr. Tho favorable
tortirnuincc if tliu nuw carilugu
caused mivnl nlllcers today jubilantly
to express- tho belief that before long
American w.ti snips would lie ripii
io, wllli another baltciy nt guns
fight her Invalids In tho nlr.
1) Willi of I
others spoke mid r ept a ted their ilalms
that olio of tho tlrst luovis Incumbent
TO AID MERCHANT MARINE'""n',.,,,,.,,0,,,,uni' w
IIIO 1 11111 frlClllliMlip
Home Industry League to Ask
Merchants to Patronize
The United sjtalis merchant marine
and Us iiuny ntds were dlsiussed
again at )isterd.i)'s luncheon of the
Home Industry Lwiguo nt the rutin o
lo til by the chiefs nf the big traiis-
incltle und coastwise steamship Urns,
sn)s the Chronicle. ,
It I .Schwtrln. vice-president nnd
gl in ral minngcr of tliu Pacific Mail
league to 'mtlitr the EiiAgestiiil m.ldlo
ll) ttclltVd (I -vnd hli USt IK luti 8. To
that mil It 1' S( but rin, Henry S,
t'lilcs of th linn or I 'ales & I'liese-
iin tlm ineinbirs of tlm Uugini If Jlicy WoURti mid A U Anderson of tho
wanted to see u rejuvenation of the fttocMou stcumtrs were hppolnted for
Aim r lam merchant marine service nii'tho steniiHhlp Interests. They will bn
the Pnclllo wan to Induce tho Sin jolntd b) n tommlttee nf merchants, ,
frnnclsco inerchautn to divide their nnd as the piojn t prima, It Is proposed
transpicltlo shipping tinning American to iuciiuso tho sle of tho committee.
tottoms and otlurulse foster the pal- J'he l.iltir has ill view the culling of a '
ronago of vessels lljlng tho Amcilcan ineetiug to sis. what they cm nnd will .1
flag tlo for the benefit of American shlp'i
As a result of the luncheon talk It tinverslug tho I'.i"lttf.
vvns deeliltd to create u eommltteu of
stenpishlp men nnil ineiubirH of Iho M-eVtr ltl.ln tS ner i- )
Tho lliltlsh stenmer Knight of Rt.
(!eoigl was In a piccailiiiis pnsltloii
acconllng lo a later cahlo rfroved ut
Hun ri.itirlsio Ii viir Hi'.Vi which tin
iimitictd that'tho stoumi r run ushoin
oil Tiiug.iliihii, onu of tho "B'Jiitlieirn
mnsl Islands of Iho Tonga gioup, The
vesti I lies lu a hid position and It Is
doubtful whether tint eirgu can ho
h.iUiikc'I us wilier Is Mowing UmiiiikIi
her hull Thero wote tin cisuillles
'I lui lldlngs nf (lio winik wnici hi(iiiKht
llii'in by tlm llilllsl) bln.imoi Hlrulli
aiille. Iiuuiiil fioin lljilney, N, H, W,
I'm Hun riiiiii'lsio.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Frldii), September IS.
1'OIIT TO WNSHNI) Arrived,
15, schr A K. Coats from Illlo Aug.
SI3ATTI.K Arrived Sept. 1!, S. 8.
Arlziinau from San Francisco (not
as befora reported).
I'OHT SAN IAIIS Sailed, Sept. If., S.
S. Siititu Itita, for Honolulu
WlllliLKSS H. 8. Siberia will ar
rive) early tomorrow' nturulng from
Yokohama and sail for San Frutiiisio
about I'. M. S. S. Ilyadea will niilve
Sunday about noon from Seattle.
Gcorgo fleorgo Davis, moro com
tnotily known lis I'honey Davis, was
lu pollio ooiii t this morning, charged
with lllli It salo of Honor without n
llceiu-e. Davis was nrtested I tst night
by I.liiuoi' Inspector W. 1'. lVniiell,
ut, Knkaako 'flto trlij will lomo up
next week, I.ivls wus lopieseilleit py
Altornc) I.. M. Slriius.
On nccount of tho unusually high
prices for vegetables, ami moats Ma
jor Shank of Indianapolis hits up-
pointed a lonunlltce of citizens to In
vestigate tho cojt lo ilenleis und to
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