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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1912.
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Household Furnishings in every branch
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UV T T l A- VH.W. H
ARMY AND NAVY
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Sp.Tl1 n u 1 1 1 1 n Cnrresuondcnce.)
WASHINGTON. 1). C, Ore. 15. A
olll of K c;it Intetest to iiivhI circles
In VtihlnKton win Introduced In tlio
Hi. use Ipv ItopioKcnlatUo Roberta of
.'lintuchmct'ii. II Is intended to elli.i. )1(()rnai I,,..,, Wcsl j,,",,,; ,;,..
nato the einbnrra-nicnt which liRli'M9. virKl.iln, 19.514; Missouri, 19.-
, miking nnn1 olllrcrs of tlio United
siaicn nae ich in uic pnsi mien ni
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BatherlMKH will, milking nnvnl oHlcora ., -,0 Stmll ;,,, 0M0 ,, ,,,.,
oilier nations, mid pinpnsen to ' , 223
rrcito Iho grades of admiral mid lca"" '
.d.nlrnl In tho navy Pa.t of the nehenio for keepinK the
,U , , , , .,, ...V ,.L
lec auinliiil nlrill he lilted fiom the
list of rear admirals who hao sencd
..h rnm.n.mders r IIicIh. s.p.nd.ons or'
lHI-lons. The rank of ndmlrnl Is to
l.o llllcd from the list of vice n1nil -
ills Theie hao been no admirals
or lco adtiilials on Iho nrllvo list
since Imincdlntclj after the eHII wnr.
lly the protlslons of tho hill the
rank of iulmlvl carries with II n sai
nt v of $13,51.0 and that of vlco ndmlrnl
lll.iuin, A two-cnr extension of ac
lie service for Imlh ranks Is spccl
'.od, wllh rctlienieiit at tho nKo of
sixty iho. wllh pay eipial li thrco
fouiths of active servlco pay.
Probably tlio only ease of Its kind
i the history of the Navy Depart
ment iloclopcd when Thomas Harri
son, chief clerk In Iho Naval Olnci-
vanrj, asked to bo transferred to a
position wllh less salary, for tho pood
of tho service.
Mr Hnrilsoii Is the oldest ctcik
from the point of tcrvlco. In the Navy
Depnitmcnt. On tlio ntji of this month
ho will hnto been nn employe of Hie
department Blxty-thrcc yeais. He went
to tho nay tho jear following Iho
Moxlcati war and has served continu
ously cor blnco.
Old no has conic on him, howovor.
mid he feels his usefulness wmilnc
Ho has voliintcorcil, therefore, to take
n position of less responsibility and
loss pay. When ho first approached
Assistant Secretary llcekman Win
throp about It. the official refused to
ni.Kio the transfer, takliiR tho po
sition that au employe with the tec'
ord of faithful service now to the
credit of Harrison should earn him
all the money iiosslldo, regardless of
Tho old clerk, however, renewed his
lecniCHt anil personally oxpl'ilned tho
hltuillon to his siicrlor. After this
''r. Wlnthrop ntood aside and ordered
that the transfer bo made. Mr. Harrl
son will bo a $1,400 a year clerk In
tcad of leeching $1,800 a joar as
The maiiufaetiirt'K of tho now Ion-
i hot ITi caliber iiiitoiii.-illp iilslnl. ulilxli
Is in replace ibo army's lime-l ,o,ed ' ,y ' ,?, '" ' 1 ,," 1, , C 'C' "W ""
six-shooter, have notified the Warl "" "lfl1 ,ho B "'""
Doparlment Hint Ihoy cannot delltcr Tho n,,w n.,.. ,.i.... i i
the new wo..,,n In l,.ro quantlllosl, J ,hc., 'VJn J ""Pm h" 11lci,r"c1l1
will be requited to supply tho rcsiilur
army, Iho sain or Issue In Ibo orRin
Ized mlllliu cannot besln until about
Whether a turret of cast Iron of
t;reat tliicknp.iii Is cheaper and bIioiik-
or than Iho present light timet of,
lolled oi p.ossed sleel Is a question'
...1.1.1. .!.- ,.. i... ...... ... . .
.nun iiiu uiiiiy iiiiiu canon noaio iHt
limn. ... i.,v.L.. , ' ... '
of money lias been made to purchiikc
Mime east Iron plates.
These platcH are now mado by so
rot process or ,, desree of hardness
i. ... ,,. i.... .... . . ..
biiperlor lo Iho best tool steel, and ir
a reasonable deRieo of lo.iKhness can
lo comhlnoil wllh that quality It
would seem that tho Idenl armor phitu
l In slRht. It tho oxpcrlmcnts provo
succossfiil and aro concluded In tlmo
It Is pouslblo that cast lion may bo
usod in thu dofniisitu works uloni; tho
Rear Admlial Murdock, command
I'lK tho Asiatic Fleet, has advlsod Iho
Navy Doparlmcnt that ho has taken
sovernl companies of miirlnca from
Manila and Is piopnrlui; to dlstrlhuto
honi uinoni; thu various ships of tho
loot. Thoy aio lo take Iho placo of
the marines who tvoro sent from tho
tcssuls to I'ekliiB to form a legation
I'Ikiiics computed by tho taiBOt
piacllce exports of tho navy for 'nil
forms of tarset piaetlco In Iho au
tunin of 1911, khitw tho battleship Co
Imailo tn ho tho peer of her class In
this work In cither tlio Atlantic or
Tho Colorado leads the list, with n
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
pvR. T. FELIX GOUKAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIOR
Utmova To, Pimpliu
trecklft, Ht.tb I'jiel.ft
lt4ti. n4 Mtla DUfr
ml pviry bi ml)
nn l'futr. ttii1 ilt
An dMfctlun, Ii
ba stood th trl
at JtArt, in i
U bo litrtnlfM t
Ii T0ptrj nmilt
Acitpt bo counter
frll of flmlUi
mtmi. Pr. U A
hr Mid to a
U'ljr of tit biuU
ton (ft pMlrnDt
MA you lid.ci
wilt um thrro.
MJ'iurutiil'ti ('rrtini Iht tt tirmful of all tt
ikln pr( itmtion ' Y r palf hf all rtmfj(lt ttitj i tntf
UtMttU IWirum Hi 'iihvdHutts.riiiBiU n4 .uru.
fUOJiHOPIHHPiop., 37 CntfJoflH Streit. NewTork.
"core of C'i.0711, with the Dclawnro
second, with 52.551 to her credit, and
the New Hampshire third, with it
fccnro of 48.249. The New Jersey foots
I ho list, wi h only 8.731 to her credit.
I Tho other vessels, In the order of
their scores, follow; South Cnrollni,
13.191; Washington, 30.919; Vermont,
3R.300; Louisiana, 30.939; Knnsis,
3(1 SIS; MlrhlRnn, 30.787; Connecticut
2.fi(i1; Maryland, 29.KJ2; Oeoifiln.
29.230;' Minnesota, 21,810; Mtsslsslf
l'l, 21.723; Noilh Dakota, 22.393, C
357; Nebraska, 15.913; North t'ltti-
,,.., ,inKn. mi0 ii.mi. m,l
rc(.ulnr nrniy ,, f ,,,,,.,.,!.
iicrfn for war wns ieenled last week
"then a telegram was, sent to ccry
Apartment nI1(, ,,,,, rmnlan,ior
, ,i,,., u ,. .. ,,i
nll 10 iMi 1 1 IiMltio. dliectliiR them to
report Immediately it on tho pit) ideal
ftillliltllmi lit ... ..Htn. r lliH -
nvo ,,, N) ,Ilf()rlllatl()I1 roncem-
Iiik the cause of Iho order Is volun
teered nt the War Department
Hear Admiral A. II. Wllllts has been
designated to tho new oinco of dliec-
tor or navy yards. Capt. K. Tbciss
will bo his assistant. Thcso apiMilnt-
ments wcro announced by the Secre
tary of the Navy,
"Tho necessity for this odlco which
will be under the assistant hcerotiiry."
says Iho oniclal announcement of the
iippolntmcnt, " has been foil for some
time. Tlio duties of the nOloe will bo
to unify and Improvo tho methods In
all tho navy yards, keep truck of tho
cost of work and icproscnt Iho needs
of Iho navy yards to tho department.
'Tho character of the now nlllco
will bo similar to that of the director
of larRct pinctlce, which has dono so
much to Improvo Iho tarRCt practice
of tho navy. I.Ike lilm, tho director
of navy yards will h.ito no executive
authority, but will bo resimnslblo ad
viser on navy yard questions.'
Adtlccs hntc been icccived from
'bo Slate Department or tho death of
-apt John Henry Shipley, natal at-
tacho nt tlio embassy at Tokyo. Cap
tain Shlp'ey died Tuesday nlsht.
Ho wns one of (ho heroic fisnies of
tho navy. Ho served gallantly In tho
war wllh Spain, and later was In com
mand of vailous tcssels sent to Con
tral America to look after revolutions.
Captain Shipley was born In Iowa
but was appointed to West Point from
Meut. ;. St. John Orcblo of tlio
i leld Artillery, formerly stailonp.i i
'ort Itlley, Kansas, (1'as been detailed
.o juiu.. nn, m lll0 wiiuo IIOUSC
RueocdltiB C.tpt. Uson Johnson, who
nas been sent to Manila. I.lcut. Ore-
.. . ' . .' '
..i.. ...I tiLiiniiii i'i iiiu iaci nun no
became "lost" fioni Iho training
squadron at UerRCii, Norway, last
summer, lias iippe.ilod In Iho KIiir of
Norway lo intercede with tho Amo
rlcan Rntcrnment In his bchair.
Holmes Is IrjIiiR to hato tho Navy
Ocp.iilmcut lelnsMiio him In tho Aei-
, V, .! . r "",,B,""""a"
loll the squadion at IlerKcn. andwcio
... . . . .
i"l'imw.l lo hate been lost In Iho
Norwegian mountains for four du.ts
ami iiIrIiIr. An InvestlKation wns
iailo by llio depailnient after Ihey
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"",, , ,v" "" '"", '"" 8,ref'
"f their own btorles thoy wolo i a-
Tlio Klni; of Norway upon rccoliliit;
tlio npppal of UoImeH, referred It to
tho Aincrlcnii minister nt CMiIbIIhuIh,
vho, In turn, lorcricd It In tho (Jov
On behalf or William Wollers, u
temporary older was Issued yesteidity
uflittnoon by Judge Cooper restrain
ing Ijtnd C'nniiulssloucr ChurliH S.
J. idd from helling a portion of what
Is now I'nlon stieet mid which con
tains 1 T. t li squnto feet, mid tor which
un upbct price of (I!i,u00 Is asked,
The piece i cloned to Is that por
tion In front of thu Territorial Mes
senger Sort Ice rooms and which Is
now advertised for sale. Arrange
ments were iniide homo little time ugo
lo sell this to the llrowor Kstato as It
wiib needed to square off tho pleco It
has already and Is wanted for tho
erection or tho now building, Woltors
holds that thorn can bo nothing dono
until Union street has been closed,
HOME OF TRUTH LECTURE.
Mrs, M. M, Huiiter-Jouos Is now
conductliiK it series of Iccttlic on
practical motaphlslcs nt tho Homo of
Truth, 12U0 Kaplolanl Htroet, Tliuis
ilay evcnltiKS at 8 o'clock.
Tho subject for this ovcnlnu will
bo "Tho cioaiiHliiK of tho Toniplo.'
Ml who aro Interested In lindiui;
Health of Mind and Hody mid thu
Kingdom of Heaven within, which Is
as Jesus sulrl "ut hand," mo cordially
Invited to attend these lectures. Telo
The tHtupiilRn In Kretich pnlltlcitl
cltcles iik'alnxt Piimlrr Ctilllaux con
'llm.es. and tlie Kenatn Ik sti-iinulv hoi-
'o l'l lluuncial policy.
L I J il
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ISc.c.ch, lforltc. Arrow Cull.. Itc
CluMt, rt.hody c Co.. Troy. N. Y.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Only Four (4) More Night:, of Musical
Tho Famous Burlesque on
"White Horse Inn"
USUAL PRICES USUAL FUN
Monday Wednesday Friday
Tin: iiouki: or this iiust
Moving Pictures will be
Better- and More
Numerous than Tor
FRANCES and DENCE
Sinners and Character Sketch Artists
These casters and tip,
because of their Feltoid
constructloni do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves it.
For sale by
J. Ilopp & CO.
OAHU FURNITURE 10.
King Street, opposite Younj Hotel
P O. Ilm 840 Phnnu SOU
IMPORTED and ISLAND
Wauled t I'lfly more decorated
niilns fur thi I'liiral I'll rail c. (icl In
line fur the biggest carnlial of all, '
There Is but one abso- lllir
lutcly scratchloss caster lijjl
and tip IIP
French and "Home-Made"
IS NOW ON
And Will Continue Until
Dining Tables, - $3.60 upwards
Box Lounges, with Head, to $15.75
Box Lounges, plain, - - $13.50
FINEST WHITE MATTING PATENT HINGES
Always Low Priced Goods, all the year round the satno, at
KING AND ALAKEA STREETS
I llBl (,m i
Hj Ylffl , Porcol.mi lined, with every hi.
H yT I II J 111 compartment in one piece. K
J ' 'jp F0nT ANp QUECN STREETS ' jg
Art Loom Rugs
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of tho old typo Tungsten lamp has been entirely
overcome In this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all tho advantages of tho old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of boing more rugged and consequently
W.hen buying lamps ask for tho WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN,
AND YOU WANT A QOOD
Electric Co., Ltd.
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