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FVENlfca BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1911.
Our Big Book Sale
Will, be in progress. Every Day This Week. Make your selection of the sets you wish at as early a date as possible. After our pre
sent stock is exhausted we cannot supply others at these special prices. ' ' '
that the prices quoted in our catalogue are our regular prices, not the sale prices. Sale prices on any of the sets will be mailed to
you on request. Late Fiction, Children's Books, Religious Books, and Books of Travel all at reduced prices.
The Crossroads Bookshop, Ltd.,
tfiirrorrorn to Drown ft l.ynn Co, Mil
up and iVoplcul plants which hacli'wht)',wis major ami' In command otjuwn a team that but few toaiim on
liecn carefully planted soon adorned
the grounds around tho barracks. And
thus began the development of Fort
Phnltcr as It stands today, recom-
the battalion, after receiving the ad'
vnnccd rank, departed for tho States
turning the post over to Mujor V. I.
llurnhutn. Major Uuruham trnnsferr-
memled by Secretary of War Dlckln- cil from tho Fifteenth liifuntry to tho
Mm as one of tho most beautiful of Twentieth, conilng to Honolulu from
(Conttnutd from Pg 3)
went throiiKh Honolulu on their way
lo the Philippines In July 1909. Mn
Jor 8. V. Dunning, now t.lcutcnant
Cidoncl, assumed commnml of Fort
Shatter early In July, only a fow days
nfler the troops arrived In that post.
A Desolate Greeting.
Whvii tho soldiers left tho street
rais and arrived nt tho post a vnst
men of waste land, covered with
greaf rocks together with wild, tro
pical cgetatlon greeted their sight.
Two hots of barracks, headquarters
and the olllccrs' quarters were tho
only buildings on tho reservation. Tho
troops then doubled up In tho bar
i.'cUb and then tho work started. From
Iho ernndn of tho soldiers' quartern
oiio could not see across tho parndo
gioiiud to tho olllccrs' homes, so
thick was the growth of underbrush
'leuernl futlguo became tho dally
loullne of the soldiers and nt all
times during the day one soldier pli"
a brush hook nnd no could be seen
uoiklug on the parailc ground clear
mil; :i placa lo do his dally drill. Tho
soldloro, by applying themselves ar-.IijoiifI)-
to their gruesome task, scion
had the parade ground In a rcscctful
condition. The quarters were as ye:
hi ri'liarrcn state but la tho course of
n few months, vines began to spring
nil army posts.
New Quarters Built.
Finding thnt the two sets of bar
racks were not sufficiently large o
quarter four companies of .'soldiers
the government entered Into a con
tract for the erection of two morn
buildings and mess hall when on Juno
29, 1909, tho buildings stood complet
ed. 13 and (1 companies promptly mov
ed fioni the old barracks Into tho new
nnd assumed tho resionslbllity pf
beautifying the grounds surrounding
their new home. This was done with
utmost precaution. Grass was
brought down from tho mountains
care was taken In the selection Of
plants and everything was dono thnt
possibly could bo dono to mako tho
quarters nnd their surroundings
pleasing to tho eye. In fact tho work
that was accomplished meritoriously
by the soldiers of the Second Uat-
talion. Twentieth Infantry, hns taken
many a tourist as well as local peQ-
plo out to tho little post on a tour of
Inspection and nothing but praise and
compliments has as yet been uttered.
Since tho Twentieth have beenstn
tinned here in Honolulu many changes
hnvo been made In tho lino of off!
cers nnd non-commlssloned officers.
Fort Douglas, Utah. It Is interesting
to tho major and his friends to ba
Journeying back to the post from
which ho took his departure only it
few short months ago.
Soldiers See Much of Oahu.
The men of tho Twentieth since
their stay In Honolulu have seen much
of the Island of Oahu as well as n
trip, to the Island of Hawaii. Sight-
seelug tho way the soldiers see It is
very different from the way most peo
plo havo of taking in the sights. Hik
ing and carrying your home with you
is not tho most beautiful way of vis
iting strange lands but at the same
time the little things that go to make
:i trhi Interesting are enlarged anil
never forgotten. Thus the soldiers
uf tho Twentieth traveled around tho
island of Oahu many times, over the
roughest of roads, under the hottest
of suns, even to tho most remote
places and looking back over the
pant, those wero the happy times,
long to be remembered.
Baseball and Sports.
The soldiers of Fort Shafter have
participated In u great many of tho
sports that hnvc gone to make In
teresting times for tho people of Ho
nolulu. Having a team In the .Mili
tary league tho men have played not
a low hard games of baseball and nt
the Island could beat. '
The Held dajs that have been held
out nt the post go to show Just how
much real sporting blood Fort Shaf
ter contains. All events Mint arc dear
to the heart of an athlete liato been
tried out and the men have proved
themselves equal to tho gnmc.
Regiment Does Not Unite,
It was stated In the columns of the
Advertiser n few days ago thai tho
Twentieth Infantry would soon bo
united nnd thnt tho other two bat
tailous of the Twentieth wero nil mnl
the Sheridan. This st itoiuent c.m
not be substnllatcd, however. The
Twentieth will unite Kometimn In
January 1912. Owing to tho fact that
troops now In the Philippines aro re
quired to do a two and a half year
tour, Iho time of tho Twentieth will
not expire until December of this
year, when the two battalions will
leave for the states. Tho Second Il.it
tallnn will do garrison duly nt Foil
Douglas until tho arrival of tho rest
of the regiment.
The. soldiers of Fort Shutter have
made many friends while In Hono
lulu nnd when the transport sets sail
for San Francisco many a hearty
uloha will follow them.
CLUBS TO RENEW
III time. Dlirvlnr Doinl.ro billcvix
the Hoy Stouts and tin Junior Trail
and .Mountiiliu'crK will provlik trim.
t Ik Ir iiii'inlii'riOilp Kpli'tidlil nil. I.- for
tlinxo tourlftH mnl others who wtfh til
go trumping. l
Dlrt'itur Sedgwick of tile Ilnli-.
Arntind-the-I'iicKIc Club forth, r urii'-d
that the Public Strv lee AM.rl.illii
Lieutenant Colonel B. W. Diinnjii one time Fprj Shatter claimed for Its
PILES CUBED IN TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any rase of Itching, Wind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO.. Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
Tltn rntritlnt mi.ii Ir1v ntcrtlitir uf tllUi
directors of the Public Service Ass... ,v,i 1,K irt",mi "'T"r,M "'"-'-elation
..h held jesterday at the r.e..m.Ushli.B tl things that will ben-
verslty Club, tiovcriior Frcur presld- '" "" " "" ",,r " "" "--..
1 .111,1 nil win ,ie me miui- tit inr nn-
The llnnnclnl report of the. seen tnry, "."'
W A Kry.11.. .. prccnti.l. nnd an I Secretn.y llryan .irg.,1 the n.,-,1 of nn
outline of the work neconipllHbe.l put,'"" "'" '" l""' "Tanise anil
before tho directors. rr-v "" "' ""rK "f l"''"l"K "' l,,,n"
I. A. Thurston brought up the mat- " 11B '" "" "'" "Hiueiil. lo .'Hur
ler of tho iiH-m-latlon giving Us chief '"'" "''"'" "' '' ",lir '" '"
energy to the planning of things tlintlt"K" "I' nl ""'-
would mako It i-nsy for the tourist ti The llaiiils-Aioiiiiil-tbe.p.ielllc. the
cut, 1 lain himself In Honolulu nnd lla- llundr.d Thousand ami tho Trnll and
uiill. This was heartily endorsed I.) , Mountain clubs are each preparing for
the other directors, nnd tliu .Hsenm-lon renewed activities along the line or
turned on the mnttcr of securing an providing nltr:ietliis to the tourlxt mnl
able bustling iiianager for ml iiepart-t the lesldcnt
incut Hbo could give bis entire time' It was practically decided that the
and attention to planning for the tour-J Public Service Association will art ns
1st. mnl who could HMcui.itlzu nirir Il11.111rl.il agents for boosting organlia
work so that i-virj moment's worU.tlons. mnl maintain mi olllce form to
during the day would count. jbelp them do their boosting.
Director Stanton of the Hundred It Is expei t. d that several addition
Thousand ."lull einpl.aslr-d tho fnct'nl rlubs will ntlllltlto with the Public
tl.nl the tourist does not wish to be S.rvlce Association, to . liable It to
entertained; he merely wants to know maintain nu iirtlvi. bustling force nnd
how be cnii entertain himself In Ho- secure 11 director of the tourist plan
nnliilii. Director Dondero of the Hoy nlng department who enn give bis en
Scouts stated thnt there nro n hundred tiro llinu and energy to this work, I
w.ty.s. nnd named 11 number of.thein.l Kccrctnrj llryau will give particular
but nt present there Is no one who Is nttentlon to currying through the Mnl
competent to tell these things to the mill Stream Park project, the Punch-
tourist and point out to him Just how bowl beautifying plan, open-nlr niull
tn enertaln himself, torlimi nt Knplolnnl Park, nnd similar
f'lt and County engineer (!ere and
several uicuihcrs of the Wnvs nnd
Means Couitulttcc of the County r.ov
eminent, hale been looking Hi... .1
suitable site for a new and holler
adapted school building for the glow
ing dlstrl.t near Water town.
As 11 lesult of their lliventlgallonu u
site has been sel.cied which beoi.;s
to the lllshop Kxtato but which the
cou.mltlee hopes to he able to secure
for 11 term of )ears.
It Is recommended that the rl.y and
county make use of a tot about one
hundred uml llflv feet west of the
present school building with the uiid
ertUnndlng that the laud will revert
to tho lllshop Estate whenever It Is
decided to abandon the proposed
barged with utlemplliig to poison
her busbnuil, ngalust whom she had In
stituted divorce proecisllng, Mrs V. r.i
1). Smith Is held for the Washington
county. Vt., grand Jury action under
bonds of $:;00.
Wkl- Hll.l" "
projects of the organization, while the
co-worker be nsks for will look out for
the tourist nfter he nrrlvcs In Hono
lulu mid see lo It that be overstays his
time In the Islands
Every boy wants something for the holidays, and the Evening Bulletin
always has good things for the boys who are wide awake and ready to work.
Five Major Prizes
And a NEW urf OF CLOTHES for every boy who comes near to the leaders.
First Round Trip to the Volcano or its equivalent in cash
Second Gold Watch or its equivalent in cash f
Third Silver Watch or its equivalent in cash
Foiirth Tveht-Five Dollar Dry Goods Order ; ff
Fifth Twenty-Five Dollar Grocery Order
That last Savors of the Chf istnian dinner, and that is eertain to be popular with the boys
WHO CAN ENTER
. Any newsboy who enters his name on the Bulletin news boy list for the annual
Thanksgiving dinner is eligible". It is also possible for the Bulletin Carrier Boys to figure
in the contest.
Is just to give the Bulletin Newsboys something new and interesting for Christmas,
and something that will make the Christmas of 1911 an especially happy one for them, as
it ought to be for all Honolulu at the close of this year of prosperity,
This contest will open on Monday,Qctobor .9, and close Friday evening December 22,
at eight o'clock. Christmas falls on Monday this year. This will give the successful ones
all day Saturday in.whjch to fill their orders, or spendjfteir Christmas money if tfiey wish
to tn'o ffin mnnm' rtr.'iiiiqlnrt nnH nnr PfjoH" for p rflr( P r'V","l' r"!p,, OJr'ioTrrinc
These are the
There will be
Shoes for others
of the boys
who are workers.
TERMS OF THE CONTEST
Tho prizes will bo awarded two days before Christmas to tho Bulletin Newsboys
making the best record as news sellers.
It is also provided that the boys may improve their standing by getting new subscrib
ers. Provision will be made forreaders to give a ballot that will help their Bulletin newsboy.
Each paper sold will entitle the newsboy to Five Bulletin Ballots.
Each subscriber to the Evening Bulletin will be entitled to One Hundred and
Fifty Bulletin Ballots for each months' subscription to the daily paid in advance, after
the contest opens. These ballots may be given to your favorite newsboy. And this also
admits of the Bulletin Carrier Boys being included in the race.
Each new yearly subscriber to the daily Evening Bulletin will entitle the News
boy turning in the subscription to Two Thousand Bulletin Ballots.
Each new yearly subscriber of tho Weekly Editiop of the E v,e n i n.o-. Bulletin en-