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m EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1911.
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Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.00 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car Unci trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts"ABC code.
J. II. Love, Honolulu representative.
THE COLONIAL HOTEL,
on Emma Street, above
Vineyard, Is managed on
tlio defects of other hotels.
Tho result is very satisfac
tory to the guests.
Emma St., above Vineyard
m:erm: vot'it room Koit tiii:
vi:i:tv i:nd and tiii: dano:
(lOOIJ TI.MH HOOD Ml'SIl'
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
Bread Baked Daily
You car, hsve your order changed
dally and bo supplied with any of
these varieties from
113 NUUANU ST.
Ins the best IIomc-M:ule
Bread, German Pretzels anil
Coffee Cake. lie sure and
ring ii 2124.
1129 FOCT STREET
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY A CO.
BOSTON LUNCH ROOM
Meals at All Hours
Day and Night . .
MJNCimH I'L'T t'l' AND HC.N'T OUT
BIJOU LANE NEAR THEATER
The Best Milk You Can Us
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With UA J ,,
Then by all means get a bottle of
this very day. It makes weak
stomachs strong, keeps the liver
and bowels active. It also pre
vents Malaria, Fever and Ague.
For snip by Ilcusnn, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co., Ltd, llllo
Drug Co. mid at nil wholesale liquor
rMunecrt and Leaden in
the Automobile Bnilnen
Agents for euch well-known tars
ts Tackard. I'opn-IIartford, Sterens
Ouryea, Cadillac, Tiiomai Flyer,
ilulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
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For the BEST RENT CAR8 in the
city, ring up
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Phone 1823 Kapiolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Lid.
IMPORTED and ISLAND
the BICYCLE DEALEK and U
?AIRR, hat moved to
180 KINO II1III
New location-Red front, n
foung Building1 telephone 2518.
of every description
A. B. ARLEIGH 6. CO., Ltd.
Hotel, Near Fort
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
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"Everythlna In Books"
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ARY and FILING SY8TEMS, call or
writo to us and we will fill your wants.
(Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET
THE GUARD'S WAR GAME
War la terloiis even when Kg only tenant Z wan HcarchliiB. mill In llio
inliislf wur I Ikcwlsc, tho "hows "I quest of which lie got Into bo iniicli
uni" pertain td llio piping tlmi'H ol trouble,
peice. These HtiilniHiitH savor a Real Surprise,
sltougry of the lilsh bull, hut there Next Delimit night the National
are 11 number of oltlccia of the Nit-' liuniil lleuteiiniit, to lr. ti.iulc fiiitit
lloiial (liisitil of Hawaii who will Huh- the Imaginary to (ho real, submitted
itiintlatc tlicin. I the following icKit to tho colonel
The war game, technically known of lied Infantry:
iih ni;i maneuvers, which Is bcliiK Kurl Leavenworth, Kansas,
(might to tho mllltln olllceis by Cup- Noombor 17, 1011.
I11I11 V. O. Johnson, U. S. A. Inspec- Colonel Y.
tor-Instructor of the National (luiir.l ConiiiiniidliiK llcil Troops,
of lliiunll, la ptovlng of absorbing In- Sir: I lmo llio honor to leport
tcieit to the men who coiniiiiind the Unit acting under jour order No. 1
Tcnltnilal forces, and, what la more, n plaloon of Inf.intiy under my eom
11 1 4 providing riicIi exciting ecnlnpn niiiid left Kort l.eaciiwuith nt 7
tliiit llicie 1110 times when the olll- o'clock 11. 111., Nocmber Hi, to ascsr
ceia liuc to pull themselves together tnln Hie strength mid whoicnbouts of
to dcteiniluc whclher men aro re. illy llio enemy mid ililvo h.ick nil hos
diopplng nil round them, so realistic tile patinls met.
nro the "lessons" 011 tho big war imp At fS I oidcrcd a sipud under 11
now being worked on, which murks sergeant In follow along snth street
every orchard, every Held and every to fiA and then westward to 1M mid
nolllo of the country round Port I.cu- to await my arrlMil
venwortb, Knusas. The Itcds mid thoj Willi the rcinaiiider of my men 1
Mines are still fighting with varlng followed tho fi8-0 road, nnd llicn
success and thereby lungs this talc, took a southerly direction toward 13G
The storj Is woven round the do- along an unimproved load,
lugs of n lieutenant In the National When here 13i woid came to mo
titinrd of Hawaii, who, during the war 'rom the other squad that tho enemy
Same loses his Identity for obvious 'vns In sight, nnd shortly after I nr-
le.isons, and heroines "Lieutenant '.." hived at l.lfi. I sent a squad In n west
Now Lieutenant 7. pl.i.ved a piom- erly direction to drlvo the enemy out
'iicnt pait In the map maneuvers n ! a nelghboilng orchard. Two men
few weeks ago, hut. In the opinion alone returned, they having met about
of his superior olllceis or the Itcdla platoon of the enemy, and 1 then
foiees, he nvct looked his hand In one leplojcd the remainder of my men
important particular. What did they'll- Hue of sklrnilsheis along the hedge
do to him? Why, they cunt martial-
c.l hlin nt the next school night, and
I..M, n..n..l 't ,.. 1 .,.. 1- .. .
leuteiiant 7. Is hardly nblo now to
tell Just where the Joke lies.
To understand the matter It's ne
cessary to sec the exact situation that
coufionted tho dashing lieutenant on
'ho morning of the fight. Hero la an
exact copy of tho 'situation" as given
out by Instructor Captain Johnson:
MAP JIANKUVKIl NO. 2. (PATROL
LING.) Kort Leavenworth Map 2" to 1 nillo.
OK.NintAL SITUATION: IT, Nov. 11.
Red tioops still hold Kort Leaven
worth. Colonel A. (IIIucs) has moved hit
icglincnt fiom the lcnlty of Klckapoo
lo a point near Holing. (Nolo Hol
ing Is about u miles Mitith of HI).
SI'KCIAI. SITUATION: llcil.
Katly on tho morning of Nov. Ifilh,
Colonel Y, commanding at Kort Lea
venwoith, summons Llout. 7.. and
gives him the following order:
"It la icportcd that the Illuo regi
ment, known to have been In Holing
for tho last couplo of days, has been
leinrorrcd, by tall from tho south
"Take a platoon of jour compiny,
move out ln Hancock Ac 68-Sil
and thence southwest toward 152 nnd
Holing, ascertain strength and pre
sent wlicieahouls or the enemy. Drive
iclt all hnstllo patrols met."
(Note Tho main lied outpost lino
extends fioni I'opo Illll to 15 mid
llienco noithwurd. Dotnchcil posts at
ll. U. S. Hen. and Circus Illll. Un
der now Inf. I), p. remember them
nro four platoons in Cacli Co. of nf.j
Lieutenant 7. did Mimo lino mid
fiiicy work with his patuil, hut any
oniccr wlio can keep paco with Cap
tain Johiihon's rapid lire questions la
"going Mime," and tho lieutenant
slipped a cog.
Let Farmer Go.
"When jou come to tlio cross loads
here," mild Captain Johnson, placing
his pointer on a hhi1 on the map, "o'i
met an old runner jogging toward
Leavenworth In a lattletrnp wagon
bis horso half asleop 11 ml ho lead
ing a newspaper. What did oii do?"
"Why or," hesitated Lieutenant Z,
"I asked hlin whoio ho was going,"
"What 1II1I ho say?"
"Ho said, Tin going to town. What
dip )iu rollers: doing round hero?'"
"And you answeicd?".
"I told him wo wore scouting,"
"Is that nil jou did?"
"Yes. I guess that's all."
Now Lieutenant 7. nnd hla pit nil
got Into all sorla or scrapes, and aft
er losing soveral men finally ictreatcd
to n rullioad cut.
"What aio jou going In do now?"
iskcil tho captain.
"Well look bcie," lopllcd tho much
Inn niksoii nontenant, "Tho colonel had
no right to send mo out against n
lorco like this. It's not fair."
"No tlmo to giowl at thf colonel.'
replied Captain Johnson, "Your men
aio all In danger. Whit will jou ,o.
Quick, there's another man down."
"I'll Biinender," icpllcd tlio lloiitcn-
ant, seeing a happy way of CBcapo.
"All right," icplled tho rantain
"but jou and 0110 man mnko a won-
florful dash of BOO yards to cover and
escape. Have a rcpoit ready for your
i-onnioi ior next week's school."
"lino," xuli tho lieutenant, "I on
ape. Ami ho diow sovornl long
hicnths after his Imaginary dash for
Hut In tho mean tlmo It hail been
explained to tlio Itc, conimandor al
Kent Leavenworth Unit a fonner from
Illuo territory had been arrested by
Sorgennt II, on outpost duty, a hows
paper had been found on him and this
was at onco hent to tho C O.
"Hy Heck." wlilnos Farmer Rnwn
when Inleriogated. "This nlntwiuuie
,Vhy. fJol .ling It, I passed nno of
our oinrer fellers earlv In the after
noon and he didn't scaieh me."
Tile newsnaner Is foun.i to nminin
tho ciy Inftiineatlon for wlileli Lieu-
ny tho road aide. From this point
wo succeeded In driving the enemy
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toward tho orchanl, until a Hank (Ire
was opened In us from along tho roul
rroni ISfi hy another force of the
Wo Immediately ictreatcd to n cut
In the roadway to the northeast of
131! and at this point managed In
hold back 0110 platoon or tho enemy,
i.ntll another force of tho cnciny open
ed fire nt our tear and wo were foic-
cd to surrender, with tho exception
of one man and nijsclf, who managed
to breale away and return to camp.
Gets In Bad.
"Very good, hut jou notice hy
doesn't say n single word nhout Kar
incr flrcon and his newspaper,'' saya
Captain Johnson, when tho report Is
read. "What aro you going to do about
"Hy flllign, I'll prefer charges
igaliibt him," said Colonel Zelglcr.
who played the part of the Red col
one), working up to tho spirit of tlio
So before I16 know unite what
.-truck him poor Lieutenant 7., who
had Just managed a mliariiloiis es
capo (at Captain Johnsou'H sugges
tion, mind you) found hlmselr under
And last Thursday night, tho icgu
'ar guard school night, tho court met
as ordcied at 7:.1fl p. m. one school
light and ohlccrs with sldo arms
vcnt thiouUi tho full proccduro of
general court martial even Inking the
oath pieseilbcd except that the oath
ended "So help mo Hob," Instead of
"So help me Cod." Captain Johnson
look the pait or Capt. C 1st llcil In-r-intiy
and was objected by tho coun
tcl for the accused on tlio giouuda
lhat he bad Investigated the caso and
had formed an opinion as to the mer
its of lite case. The court sustained
llio objection and Capt. C wan not al
lowed to sit further In tho case.
Testimony was taken and tho lic
ensed nt hla own request was duly
sworn us a witness,
Tho counsel for accused tho re
quest time to prepare hla defenso mid
tlio court adjourned to meet at 7;30
o'clock p. m. 011 Jan. 4, 1911.
All of which goes to allow that tlio
atatemonts or tlio opening paiagraph
and true facts.
CABLE REACHED CITY
JUST NINE YEARS AGO
Today l Hie ninth iinnlvorsnv nt
lh. uimpletion of the l'aei'ii' i-iiMe,
wins,, I'Nlalillslimviit here was llio slg
nal for a celebration that will he Iniu;
Oil Di'iemlier '., 190.!, the end of
tlu iiilile-lajlng was aciompllshn!
When tlie eiihln eanie from the water
at Walklkl and was drawn siune lllly
feit hej 0111I the calihi house the hand
pl.ijtil mill theiu was a big ileiiiiiu
Htintlnu. Mis A (1. Iliiwes decirateil
the nlil with a malic, and Ilium le
"CiiMe Day" was celrhrated 011 l'rl.
day, January S, and a big day ami
evening It was The cuhleshlp Bllvcr
tovvn was 11 feature.
ELKS TO GIVE SMOKER
FOR B. P. 0. E. OF FLEET
A his smoker will he given hy local
Klks for their bretluen In tho fleet
next Friday night. William Douthltt,
who Is arranging tho sniokor, Is mak
ing up a line program, In which van
dovlllo members will play a pioml
nent part. Members of the llughca
.Musical Company, local vaudeville
stars and local Klks will all do their
share and koiuo or tlio talented visit
ors are expected to appear on the pro
riarr ruur hand mi (he pulxc nt
Honolulu's business world by ImIiik
a constant reader of (he Wuat Ad
SccUou of the Bullet Ib.
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