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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 08, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. k, WEDNE8DAY, NOV. 8, 1911.
MILO M. POTTCH, Mpr.
8ANTA BARBARA, Cl.
Operated an tha American Plan only. Each room lias outside exposure. Rates
asked are less (Service, Cuisine and Surroundings considered) than can be
found In any any hotel in America. Dagnnge may be checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con
cerning Hotel Potter, address! OTTO GERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
(Jcary Street, nbovc Union Square
Kiiropciiii Plan $1.B0 a day up
Amctirnu Wan $3.00 a day up
New steel nnd brick structure
Kvcry comfort nnd convenience.
A high class hotel at cry moderate
rates. In the center of tin aire nnd
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to nil parti of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stew art recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trnwcts"AI!C code.
J.ll.l.mc, Honolulu representative.
- T2TTT T imrTTT?
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
A Motel tli.it 19 noted for
the clcflnnco of its Cuisine
Emma St., abovo Vineyard
American Plan- ltoum with lttth nnd
Ito.inl from M 00 n Diy
Eurcpean Plan -ttniini nllli llalli from
J2 00 n D.iy
Special Monthly Rates
A IiIkIi-cKiim r.imlly unci Tourist Hotel
llnlf block from (.'nlnmhl.i Theater,
nml on tlio (den nf the Itetall Shop
plnir DiHtrlct. Urry room with I'rl
Mile ilitli 1'ositUcly I'lrcproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
Itci r allrtn nrule tbrnuuh
RAVEN & JACOOSON
171 King Street Honolulu
Muiiecrs ami Lenders in
the Automobile Buiineu
Agents for such well-known on
is Packard. I'ope-Hnrtford, Stevens
Diirjco, Cnilltlnc, Tliomnn Flyer,
Kiilck, Overland, Ilnktr Kleclrlc, and
This is the bet week in tho mouth nt
The moon roflccts tho elegance nnd
completeness of tho det.iils in hotel
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bcrgin, Prop.
May's Old Komi Coffee
Best in the Mark. I
HENRY MAY A CO.
The Best Milk You Can Us
AT ALL DEALERS
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At tho r, m nt I'.illfornl.i Ktulo r.ilr
held ut H.iu.imeiitii;
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
Mules for Sale
16 EXTRA LARGE 16
The BICYCLE DEALEB and KZ
FAIRER, has moved to
180 KINO USUI
New location Red front, neat
Young Building. Telephone 2518,
CIGAR MOW It
A OTWST CO Actnti
Tho Hlfjhost Class of Work No
777 KING STREET PHONE 1431
J. Abadic, I'liip
21S5 eilllorlil rooms 2250
business oflk'c. These arc the tele.
ulioue numbers of (lie II a 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CARS in the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403 RENAULT,
No. 404i I.ANOAUI.ET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
AM, Wi: ASIC IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1823 Kapiotani Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, .opposite Young Hotel
P O. Box 810 ri)pne 301)
(Continued from Pag 1)
Cnptnln Jnliti'oii "Next lime juu''l
In Iter tnkn our force hack ttirmiKh tho
rnllriMil cut Into the wood."
Correspondence 8chool, Too.
I'nptiiln JnhiiKon iirnl half un hour
I'Xpl.ilnliiK the Hue points nf map urn
iii'UM rliiK In u Ilul lot I n reporter
i'4t(iilny The captain Ii in Interested
iih nny of hi Kiholurx, nml can rap out
I ll forma I Inn iih fust iih he can ques
tion Mere Ik uh.it he liml tn nay
fihnut the HPlinnt fur mltllla olllcer.
nnd, liy the ny, lie linH Htiirtcil ii cor
iepomlctup vclinnl for the nix olllcera
on Maul anil the three on llauall, k)
Hint (hoy will kcip In tiiucli ullli the
prohleuiH Hint nre to he Mirkcd nut In
Hie Held next mimnirr
"Tlie wnr Riune, or, iia tte now term
II. muii inant'uwrs, Is u niethoil of
mllltiiiy Instruction th.it him within tho c)i lire must he gluti Tlmit un of.
IiimI If), vnnr. li.oti lnl(ii lit. l onr. Ilccr Ih llllt tlirttllltll IlllllllKt It 11 lILtllltl
iient tliroimhout tlio wcrvlcc. It Is miw'ilupllciite of wlmt III IhniwnU, iliinit
not only n part of the line cIiihh nmlid nctlniiM uiniM he were he, In fact,
into the crowd of weak,
weary, depressed; or are
you filled with vitality and
Health is the founda
tion of success.
Nerves, Brain, and
Body should be staunch
the best of food-tonics, is
the firm footing for health.
ALL DRUaatBTM j.
(lie Htnn i Iuki work at Port Leaven
worth, Init iiho ii pirl of nearly rcry
poHt-Krndimte courxe at each military
pout To explain, briefly, how It urkn,
let inn hIiiiw you our limp.
"Now, nny map can lie nurd that is
of scale Hiittlclently large to hIiow (lo
on tlie Held.
"When the fori en reach, or lire ntip
poxoil to rimh, tlie lombat Marie, the
play roc ninth xlouer than koiiIiI
at til, illy lie Hie taxe mnirtlnic, for ev
ery detail intiM lie iinteil nml kept In
mliiil. It I, an a rule, well for the ill-
tnii.. ..t i. , ..... iH-ii- 1....1. .... reiMor If, cltiHe Ihe lilnv licriir,. Illn l.iHl
to one nillr tint for purpocH of Hilt m,ikc! of the roiuhat and In then Rive
kind, a military imp Is better. I mean " ,,rl"f nummary. t.IH Ienilern lielnit
by Hint one which hIiowh nil the. fea
tures liy cirtuln ennvrnlloniil KlKiiHfu-
inllUr to all military men. Thu hucIi
present, nf wliat hint taken place on
both HldcH. Hint llfllnir Ihe fun of war.
iih It were, and polntlliu out hucIi rr
a map iih Hits representH the Krounil r'"'8 n"'1 ,'"t opportiuiltleH iih were
upon which certain comhnth or ma
ueuxirH are toippoHed to take place.
' Olllct ra ure detailed to command
troops which are represented on tho
shown iIuiIiik the nMiicmor. Whether
or not a ileolxliui iih to which Hide Is
the wlnmr K lenderrd depend larfiely
upon the nit III anil military JndKiiient
map by little cardboard blockH nnd K,"m" '" ""' ''''"' 1"1 ' -,0"'ll-
plim One Hide Is calleit- the lied nnd
Hie other Hie lllue. Theno forces aru
HiippoHed to hcloiiK to tmlftlnnry rov
irnmentH which are nt war Ilcfora
the came the Instructor miiHt work
tbroiiKli the problem from both Hides
tlons of the problem
"Simple prohleuiH are the most In
struotle. prolile,l they are thoroimhly
winked out In detail They are til -wii'h
far more Instructive than those
based on tomplie.ited Hltuatlons tlint
to he Hiiro that ho Is Blvlnir Hltuutinni
that possibly toiild exist on the cround
represtnted by the map Condlthins
must be brief Klrst we have what Is
called a Kcncral situation which Is In
formation relative to Hie supposed
state of war Hint both Hie ooiinslntr
i..... .., , ..,.., r r
forics would know as a matter of """ "'""" ' '" ,m -" ""' "
t nurse This Information Is furnished
tn both the Hed and the lllue lenib rs.
often ic.td to absiirdlllcH. Tlio oltlctrs
or Hie rtrst Infalitrj. X. (I II., as
sembteil hue last Thursil.iy ulKlit, and
wn played a little patrol problem until
nearly ID p in, and tontlnued tin)
problem to next ThiirMlny I'rom the
way the) went at It mill from the in-
MniutRcr Zenn K. Mrrs of the Home
Insurance C'ompili) left esterd.iy on
Hie Manna Ken for llllo, where be
will remain for iibout ten dajs, He kocs
on business eonnected with his com
pany, whose operations nre Rrnwlni:
rapidly nml extending tit nil parts of
John A MiCiindlpss, lcc-preHldcnl
of Hie lompauy, wlio recently returned
from ii trip to the mainland, found that
ihe Han rranelsto Insurance people ars
inoro than anxious to tnoperatn with
Hawaii's home tomp.iuy and Hint re
Insurance of risks taken hern Is re
pirded us u cry desirable tlnst, of bus
Locally the company Is cnlnlnir by
" leaps and bounds, mid KiiKtcrn com-
p.mlcH are now nenotlatliiR for eonnee-
tloiiH, so that the Home company ex
pects Its first six months nf business
will he very law i onslilerliiR tho mini
her of t'omiuinles In the tl. I.I here.
Tlie following letter to MiuuiRcr Mv
irs from Wallace 1'vrrmm, one of the
most prominent Insurance men In tho
Western Held, shows how tho com
pany Is regarded on Hie Toast;
"San Kranelsco, Ot t 13. mil
"Zeno K Myers, li., Ilnnolulii, T. II
".My Dear Mr. Myers: Yours of the
liMh lilt at baud. In response I licit to
stato that I am pleased be,niid expres
slop In words u see Hint you hive
succeeded In biunehlmt a Homo Insur
mice Company In nur city.
"You will nurely make a grand hiic
cihs In this venture. I know that joii
nro Indefatigable In everything joii
undertake, but I must inufess that tbn
results of our efforts In tills venture
lire almost Incredible.
"You nre now in a fair vvnv of con
trolllnir tlio greater portion of tlio In
surance business of the IsbiudH, and
Hint this may he Hie outcome tn tho
Hear future Is a sincere wish nf Hie
writer Sincerely yours,
"(Hgd) WALLAt'i: nvr.it.soN"
W.eklj Hulletli II per jur.
Then we have special Hltuatlons for
each stage of tlio maneuver Hint n.'e
from tlmo to time given to ono side
tv the other.
Working in the Dark.
"Upon receiving the genernl situa
tion and the first special situation the
I'l'htrs detailed tn act as leaders of
tho hoitlle forces retlro tn other rooun
and tlirie plan on a map much smaller
Hun this Just how they will handle
the troops under their orders. While
this Is going on tho director of tho
Kiiuin sets fortli tn tlio ollleers not
actually in tho play, or tlio observers
as they ure termed, tho full condi
tions uuiltr which both sides are tp
work. Thus Hie Interest of tlio oli
servlng olllcers Is aroused and iIIhcus
hIoii at onco begins iih to what tho
Iteds or tho Illues had better do. Such
discussion Is of itself of gleut value.
"Tlio given tlmo having passed for
the leaders of both sides to formulate,
their plans, ono side or tho other Is
called In, say llrst Hie Iteds, In tho
present!) of tho director and tho ob
servers tlio lender of Hint side Is re
quired to statu what orders he has
glton nnd what lie plans to do. Ills
troops aro then put upon tho map that
is, tlio cardboard blocks to scale and
the plus, etc, aro placed iih he has
ordered. No remarks relative to Ills
dispositions aro mttdo ut this time.
whether ho makes tactical errors or
not, Tlio Ited leader now retires tnhls
own room and tho Ited troops aro cov
en d or removed from tlio board, anil
Ihe lllue lender is called to glvo his
Initial orders likewise.
'Thus tho gaiuo progresses, tho sides
being called In nlternutcly. No move
Is mode on the map unless actually
ordcri.il by ono of tho leuders, and each
movement can only cover so much of
tho map iih troopn could inarch in the
time allowed. For instance, wo ullow
Infantry to cover, suy, from two nml
a half to three miles per hour, depend
ing upon tho given conditions of tlio
roads. For every movement inmlo tlio
leader of each sldo explains to tho ob
servers and tho director his military
reasons, asking tho director Mich ipies
tlons relative tn conditions as lie may
desire, tho former always retaining the
right, however, to decllno to answer If
It is nosslblo for the leader to work
out thu answer himself. Thus u pluy-j
er may wish to know whether, when
his forces reath a certain hill, he will
bo uble to see some crossroad or fnnn
liouso near which ho has reason to be
llevo Ills enemy is located. Such a
question would, no doubt, cause n smile,
round the board, for If tlio player
knows how to read tho military map
ho should he able to work out tho an
When Forces Clash.
"So step by step tlio forces draw
climcr to eatli other, and under tlio
conditions of somo problems actually
leach thu combat stage, Tho time
used in every movement Is rtcordeil as
tha play goes along. All messages and (
orders sent or Issued aro actually writ
ten, nnd the -tlmo It would take to
deliver them correctly calculated If
one, side dliects fire to he opened upon
tho other, tlio proper commands for
lleirH who were absent will llnd that
they nre missing souu thing.
Saves Real Soldiers.
"Ill Hie dlsiiisslon after tbeso prob
lems wo go Into tonsldciable detail and.
In fact, do not attempt. even to avoid
repetition, for briefness readily leads
to misunderstanding. Tills system of
Instruction, using small forces only, Is
far better than Hie old school Idea of
plain iiuestlons and answers, for no
olllcer call, play his part pioperly in
u map maneuver, even when using the
smullest forces, without a fair knowl
edge of Ills textbooks and some ability
to read a map. The game Is a con
stant review and becomes more than
ii review us Hie si?e of Hie units
brought Into play Increase Anoilirr
point that ono notices at onto when
dealing with mnp maneuvers Is tli.it no
olllcer cares to show up at the gnmo
before Ids brother olllters short of
knowledgo ho Is supposed to have Only
three or four play at n time wlillo
the rest look on, and tho olllcers who
llnd themselves weak on ono subject or
another soon seo Hint the game ex
poses their lack of know ledge nnd
they promptly study up their subjects.
That sort of study Is worth far more
than mere) preparation for ncltnllon.
Again, a mistake made In the war ma
in mi r Is every time a lesson learned
nml no one hurt, while the same mis
take In Meld service might also lie n
lesson learned but with, perhaps, others
than paper soldiers killed."
GET YOUR MONEY BACK
If This Medicine Dues u Kiitlsfiie.
(iirllv Itenelil Von.
PinctMng physicians making n spe-
elnltj of stomach tumbles urn really
responsible for the formula fiom which
llexall Dyspepsia Tablets are made.
Vo have simply profited by Hie cxporl
cnte of experts.
Our experience with Itexntl Dispell
slu Tablets leads us to bellevu them to
be no excellent remedy for thu relief of
iicute Indigestion and chronic dyspep
sia. Their Ingredients nro soothing and
healing to tho Inflamed membranes of
the Htnm ich Tlie relief they afford Is
almost Immediate Their use with per
sist, my and regularity for u short tlmo
helps to bring iibnut u cessation of tho
pains caused by stomach disorders,
llexall Dyspepsia Tablets aid to In-
Hiire bealtbv appetite aid digestion, and
promote nutrition Ah evidence of our
slneero faith In nexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets, we ask sou to try them ut our
risk If they do not glvo ou entire
satisfaction, wo will return sou tho
money nu paid us for them, without
question or formality. They eomo In
three slcs, prices 25 cents, 50 rents,
ami $1 CO, Remember, sou can obtain
them only ut our store Tho Itexnll
Store lleusnn, Smith & Co, Ltd , Port
and Hotel streets.
rommlssiancr nf Pensions Daven
port submitted n report siiKgestlng a
plan of direct checks to pensioners by
which the government nnd tho pen
sioncrs will sao money.
What It Is
A few years ugo a man in North America found there was
something In ordinary colfeo and tea which upset Ida nervos, kept
him awake nights and generally disagreed with Ills health.
Wanting a hot drink, especially at meal times, he worked to
find one that would satisfy a critical taste and at tho same time
not Injure his health.
With long study and skill In chemistry he finally produced a
beverage which he called POSTUM, It is made of selected wheat,
treated by a number of processes and, when properly boiled, it
takes on the aroma and flavour of coffee, but without any cof
feo in it.
POSTUM has become known all over the world and hundreds
of thousands drink it every day and find they can sleep soundly
and enjoy far better health than coffee permitted them to.
Is very economical. Try it.
DO NOT BE DECEIVED
Mitminnnii -f ..... l(ChlUv Pr.ianl'
llMllJV I UIV.T H Hill tF.....- .-.. ....
SunpenrtcrN nro nlTcrinc their inferior Roods nt
the expeusa of tho rctiiilnlion wo havo tnnilc.
The man who wears tlieni will soon firm nut
tlio difference, and then lie will want to know
why lie cannot net liis'inoiicy luck,
SUSPENDERS ARC GUARANTEED
J'UrClinso priCC Will It, Itlliun'i m v.,-; u
nny dissathlaclion Insist on tlio genuine,
marked "Shirley President" on tlio
THE C. A. EDGARTON MFG. CO.
Shirley, Mass., U. S. A.
y. V Ad
1 fp ""Tll
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EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE) MANAGEMENT OF JAME8 WOOD3
INITIALS PUT ON FREE
KAM CHONG CO.,
fOIINIIIl POUT AND HIIUKTANIA HTIUUZTS HAItltlSON Ill.OCK
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
"A Car for tha Discriminating Few"
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVELER Typo 56 $4500
AMERICAN TRAVELER Typo 64 .." 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Typo 34 ......2250
AMERICAN SCOUT Typo 22 ...,..'.. 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor, Alakoa and Hotol Sts. ... Phono 3009
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