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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, TUESDAY, MAR, 12, 1912.
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Unclci Sam's soldiers nt Hcholleld
Il.u lacks tunc shown Hint with them
i I'm Uy Ik inorp than a iiiitni', hy gnliiK
lulu their slender purses for the bene,
lit of i tin vhiK Chlnn. An n ruin the
tiitHul limn doesn't have inncli li'ft
mit of his month's pay nftcr hi debt
to the post exchange Is wiped off. liut
lu( Hunduy the men of I.ellehuu r
sponded nobly to the will of l'luiilaln
l'ritlin of the Second Infnntry, for n
contribution to the funilne fund, and
n x the result of the dimes nml tunr
tcrs that went Into the collection Imx,
inure than I1C0 was ralwl liy the en
listed men alone Major Prinlen hopes
to swell this to ilt, liy eoiitrlhutloni
from olllcrrs before turning It In tn
the Kenernl fuiul for China's relief.
t.'haiil.lln I'rntlen has.n peculiar Klft
fur itcltlnK subscriptions, ami at the
same time making the elver feel that
he li a privileged person. A few
months ago the need nf a chapel at
Kihollcld uan felt, ku the. chaplain
made n trli to Honolulu, called on
various nurcliantx and business men,
and went Inline with cheeltx ngKregut
IiiK the entire nmuunt.
A I, Iter tn the. department com
mander from the chief of xtnlT of thu
army lirlnKx the Infomuitlon that the
tlrxt h.ittallnn of, thu 1'lrst KleM Ar
tlllery.'niivv In. the Philippines, will not
be Hint tu llunnlulii In tlm nuir fu
ture. This stntcment comes ax there
pult of correxioiidence asking for a
cantonment for the other luittallon of
the I'lrit, which, iiccordlnB to private
advices received liy Colonel lUimhotiuh,
was fcoun to be ordered here for xta-tluu
The I'lrxt Infantry, Natjonal Duard
of I law nil. was Inspected Sunday
morning laxt liy Captain Johnson, In
spector Instructor of the Kuard. The
drill took place at Kuplolanl l'ark dur
Int; thu forenoon, all six. companion of
OiiIiii turning out, thu regiment helmi
commanded hy Colonel Klcglcr.
In the afternoon a company recruit
id up to full war strength hy drawing
on other commands, wax drilled liy
Captain Johnson, who Illustrated sev
er:! I Intricate points of the new 1. D It.
fur the henellt of the gunrd nlllcerx.
1. I Mnrong, ax captain, medical
curpx, and George It. Schrnder nnd
Walter V. Kolh, ax second. lieutenant.
Infantry, lire nppulutmentx unnouueed
liy Colonel Jones, adjutant general.
NIGHT DRILLS FOR
THE PACIFIC FLEET
Night ill Ills ax mil ax thu regular
routine or day duty nru programmed
for the I'.u'lllc Heel durliiK the prexent
wetk. 1.11st nli;lit nil three of thu
erulners held ill Ills lit iinchur oft the
liiiihur, and hut few of the olllcera
Admiral Houtherlund planx n more
strumous time for thu ships If the
fleet Ix to remain here for the time
being, There will he olio week out
Hide, when day and nlRht drills and
steaming textx will he worked on, and
the next week tied up to the docks,
whim the men will he kept busy with
shore drills, landing parties, etc. The
thrte eriilxerx will coino Inside Butur-
iifcjr afternoon for the week-end,
The marine battalion Ix hard at work
on the Kcliollcld llurracks run no, tiring
the xnmll iirinsscolirse. Tho men nru
will located, and nru havliiK a good
t me In camti. Their work muxt bu
completed by April 1, when thu Fifth
Ciualry will tuku Itx turn at the tar
. i:Ms, to hu followed about Juno IS by
il.n Second Infantry, and by tho I'Trxt
liiuintry about the luxt of AiiKU.it.
I'earl llnrhnr Ix n hive of Industry
these dax, ami what luakex the place
of xpevl.ll Interest Ix that men are
workhiK eien harder with their headx
than with their, hands, New condi
tions, hitherto unknown In ilrydock
mnxtrut thin and waterfront Improve
ment, are coming up continually, and
these halu to be faced nnd xolved be
fore work can proceed.
'he nay engineers are Juxt about
llnlMihig n Ioiik Krlcs nf concrete,
extx, to dttermllie the very bext inW-
lure that will harden under wnter and
nt the xiimo tlmu rexlxt the action of
the sen when once Inld, Literally hun
dreds of textx have been made during
tho laxt month, with u vleiw for tlm
most part to dclermlno the bext pro
portion of Ingredients. Thexo nre
nearly completed, and In a few days
Hid work of ri placing some of thu
fault)' "puckitx" of tho llrxt section
nf tho drydock with rlchir concrete
will be resinned and completed. The
dock bus nut been pumpci down for
sumo necks, but It In believed tldlt the
leukx which xo bothered the engineers
will he satisfactorily repaired, anil
that the work of concreting the see-
onil xectlou can be rushed.
Power Plant Puzxler.
The power plant, which the govern-
inent Ix constructtne direct, hax been
inotlur purlcr, on nccuunt of tint
drainage. It wax found that when ex
cavations wire made fur the circulat
ing loop, In low mean high water murk,
wntir pourcil In from small springs.
After much thoilKht and some experi
menting, the etiKlueirx lliially exc.i-
vu ted to one foot below grade, and
then tilled the 20xlG exciiMitlnu with
loose-Jointed xewer pipe, nil draining
Into u small xump nt one end of the!
foundation. Crushed rock and crushed
coral were then thrown In between
Hid over the pipes, and the result has,
been a Hour ax dry ux the deck of n
The work of road construction, bids
for which are to be opened here April
li, will amount to something like 30,
dOi), estimating numbly. A trtlle mure
than three miles of oiled macadam li
to be laid through tho )ard, connect
ing the bulldliigx and Htorehouses.
On April 13 hldx for thu construction
of the administration building will be
opened lure and hi Washington xlimil
tnueouxlyl l'ropoxalx for tills work
weru tendered some months ago, hut
all came above the appropriation of
J.'.O.UOO and wire thrown nut, thu xpe
clllcatlons being trimmed somen lint to
meet the added cost of construction.
The Coiic.inuon Company of San
Francisco, which hax the contract for
putting up thu seven Industrial build
ings, Ix nuiv segregating the xteii nt
the xcMrul building sites, In n few
days work of getting thu parts togeth
er will commence.
(Continued from Page 1)
Marshal Crawford this morning fur
nished tho II u I lot In with the or
der or parade as arranged hy tin
rommlltecx. It follows:
American Flag borne hy Chinese.
Military Company (Wn On Society).
Wnlklkl Ngee I.ln Tung Company.
Society MaRonry Kmlilems.
Flags of Society.
Oilier Society Floats, etc.
Hftulo of parade From Aala l'ark
to Klin;, nlong King to Ntiuami, up
N'uuaiiti tn Hotel, siIoiik Hotel to ((Iv
or, up Itlvcr to I'auahl, along I'auaiil
to Niiuanu, up Niiiiaiiu to Ilerutuiila,
along Deretanla to Smith, down Smllli
to King, along King tn Mnunakea, up
Mattnnkca to Ilcrctanlu. along lloro-
lanla to Itlwr, up Iller to Vluc).trd,
along Vineyard tiij.llllia, down l.llllin
to King, along King to neretanla an. I
then to tho starting point at Aula
' STARTS TODAY
WATER RATES TO
Members of tho Public Affairs Com-
mlttee of the Merchanls' Association
mil the Commltteo on llarbois, Slilp-
phiE tiliil Tranxpiirtutlon of the Cham
ber of Commerce met In Joint confer
ence jestcrday afternoon to consider
tho alleged exorbitant charges fur
water to shipping In this port.
The coinmlttceH will formulate re
port a each to Its own body, and today
no statement was inailu ns to Just
what recommendations will ho made,
hut It Is said that the charges went
found far loo high for shipping' as
compared to what water Is sold other
classes of consumers, for.
A revision of the water l.ttes 111 this
tespect Ix believed urgently necessary
tu save shipping In this port from an
Are Many but the Important Thing
Is to Euricli the Blood nnd
Cleanse the System of
Tlicro are many remedies for rheu
matism. Most of tiicui uru considered
Bdcecufltl if they relieve the pain ami
EtiU'nOHj. That moans a tcmiiorary
suppression of the Hi mptoue) while the
disease remains in the blood to appear
again on thu next rainy day.
.Mrs. J. V. Kami, of K. V. I). No. 1,
South Omaha, .Veil., sujh: "Several
years ago I wivs a cutlcrer from rlieuina
Usui wliliii followed a general rtin-ilown
condition ami exposure to wet ami
ilaiupnesfl. Thu jiains xtnrtocl in my
lianas, vvlilcliliad ai-ort of pricking sen
sation liko needles were lielngtlirut In
to them. As tlio iliseuso grew worre tlio
joints of my llupua becaino nllcctcsl.
They were swollen ami were so painful
Unit I could liunlly bear it. Uradtially
the iliseuso I icgaii to uH'ect my limbs in
the samu nunuer. They liecamu ter
ribly swollen ami I had to give tin my
world Tho pains then spread all over
my body ami weru sharp anil shooting.
They would suddenly shift from onu
part of tlio body to another but fortu
nately cliil not seem to allW't my heart.
Fortlireo mouths I was pronieil up in
u chair and hail to Ix) waited on. I
could not got any sleep and was losing
llesh all of tho tiino. Tiiocloctorta-ateil
nil! u lone tlmo but did not give much
relief lis thu pains vvero as ravemastver
When I quit taking his Iniillclne. Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People
were brought to toy notice, whllu lead
ing a booklet and I nuulo np my mind
to givo tiicui a trial. A wonderful
change cauio over mo as hooti aa I
comineuceil using the pills. TheyuliHo
lutely curoil mo from tlio terrible rheu
matic, pains ami 1 have never had them
situo. I Inivu retiiimcudecl Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Palo People to
many jrsons ami alwuys explain that
they canunt belli giving beneutus tliey
uru u IiIockI medicine."
A new edition of our Ixjolclet, "Dis
eases of tlio lllonil," will be sent fail
on nUust to auyouo intunutwl. Writo
for it today.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are-mil by
11 druggistx. or will bu sent, txtxtpuiif,
on rv!pt of prlic, COo, ixjr lxjx; six
lioxi-s for (2,nO, by tho Dr. Williams
Mediclue Cotupuny, tkiienectuily, N. Y.
CHANCE TO GET
Hear Admiral C. 11. T, Moore, who
was mentioned tn succeed Admiral
Soul lierl and aa commander of the sec
oud division of tlio Pacific licet, until
thu consolidation of tho cruisers in
one division did away with tho vacan
cy, bus Just recclyod orders detaching
ti I in from command of tho naval train
ing, station nt float Island, anil assign
lug him ns commandant of tho nuvnl
station at Cavite. I la will tako the
lst of Admiral Mertz, who passed
through hero two weeks ago home
Admiral Mooro's successor ns coin
muhiluitt of tlio training station will
he either Captain Pond, now In com
muml of tho reserve licet at llremur
ton or Captain Oiive, who is on tem
ixiiury duty In Washington.
That Ihoro vvil ubo. nnotlior lino of
trans-Paelflp steamers, running from
the Coast (o parts In Japan and China
became known along tho Const recenf
ly. It Is said that tlio Nippon, Ytisett
Kalsha, which now operates a number
of steamers from Seat(lo to tlio Far
IC.istern const,, Is tho firm which will
put on tho, additional steamers.
The, now nteamors will run front
Portland and other ports at tho mouth
of the Columbia rlu-r. It Is not ex
pected that theco liners will carry
many passengers, as all that trnlllc
will he handled by tho ships steaming
out of Seattle, nml San Francisco. Hut
tho purpose of the owners of the Jap
anese Hue In lytablUhlni; this nu.v
hysttiin will Ito to obtain coutiol of tho
vust amount of freight business be
tween tho northern port and thu
Thlx afternoon or tomorrow the ma
chinery of thu law will he set In mo
tion and the campaign organized by
Food Commissioner I'.dvvard II, llhiu
ihard diilultily launched against thu
purveyors of oleomargarine under the
mime of butter.
As previously published In the II u 1
let In, the food commissioner hux
been looking Into the mutter of thu
sale uf thlx Imitation butter, and this
morning had u conference with tho
city and county ollliiuls. A deilnltu
plan has been mapped out and thu
warrants will hu sworu out either this
ufternoon ur tomorrow morning.
Action Ix being taken under Section
3020 of the He vised UlUh, which reads:
Whoever knowingly scIIh to any per
son or olTirs fur sale any butter man
ufactured from or by tho uxe of 'oleo
inargarlue,' xo called, unless thu pack
age toiitiilulng thu sumo shall bu dis
tinctly marked 'oleomarsnrlne,' shall
bu deemed guilty Of u misdemeanor
and punished by n line of not mora
than two hundred dollars ur Impris
oned not moru than twenty days or
It Is thought that there will ho n
hard legal h.ittlo over tho iiucytlon, as
action against thu practise was taken
ftrmu six, vcurs ago, when thu courts
held that thu xuly of oleomargarine
with a meal did nut constitute n sep
arate sale, nnd thu practise was con
tinued uiilnleirupted, Now, however,
the lyjtempt to do uwuy with the use
of the subMltuti! Is to be again lit-tempted,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 11, 1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
Joshua Kau.ihiie to V Ah Kill...,
Daniel M Woodward ami wf to Jo
seph A Vlvlihaves
I"rank K Archer and wf to IJinma
llue II l.lfteo
Knln II Miiluu nnd hsli to Mn
S M .Spencer and wf to Annie T
K I'.irkir I)
Mrs Nillle Mnlln.i to Pioneer Mill
Co Ltd , I
Hvillla .Morris to I'loneer Mill Co
Iloh Anderson und wf to Waller II
1) Koo Mahul.a to Yung She (w).. I)
Adam M Chlslett and wf to Jo.
xeph lVrn.inde'. CM
Knal.illl (w) to C Klmon Kino,,.. I)
Western u Iliiwn luvxtint Co Ltd
tu lilniua M Nukulmi nnd lixb..Hci
Charlotte K laiikin and hxb to
1'auk of Hawaii Ltd Addl Chgn
Kalmiikl Land Co Ltd to Frank li
Mary M roslei by ntty to Cinma
K Opilliul ltd
laiinm K Opiiuul nnd hxb to Mary
n Foster ... 1
Andrew IS Cox to Hannah K
Trent Trust Co Ltd to 8 Tiiknlm-
Trent Trust Co Ltd, tr, to Charles
A Stanton I)
Nellie M I. Moore nml hxb to Ada
J Hartley I
Curl Wnldeyir mid wf to Ouarill.in
Trust Co Ltd M
Entered for Record March 12, 1912.
From 8)30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Mrs Keokl Klaalna to J (1 I'.r-
nextn .. I
S A ok I hy (iftdt of mtgcu to Koii.i
Developinent Co Ltd,,, .Fore! Affdt
Kaullii S)lvu and wf to James L
James I, Cornwell and wf to Auto
iilno (iarcla I)
iMitonlno (larci.i mid wf to Mary
A Maxwell I)
Mary A Maxwell and hxb to Jo.i-
tin I ii ciiircU li
Ilriinxwick-ll.ilke-Collender Co to
I' John lieu 1,
Illiinxwlck-Italke-Colleniler Co to U
Iliad.' i I,
Win It f'axtle, tr, to It S Kiiuia..ltel
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I llJLJI -J I
WE URGE YOU when buy
ing your next suit to see our
showing of "BENJAMIN" Clothes.
In purchasing one of these suits you
get more than you expect.
Every suit of this make is abso
lutely guaranteed before leaving our
If you know anything about
ood clothes come and see what
we have to offer.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
WASHINGTON. lVh. 29 The last
scraps of tho old battleship M.ilno
which iiiulil bo ir-ed as a relic tint, --
been distributed. All the pieces nl- Ufinic CRCU AM nCCCIitrtC
lotted to patriotic societies and other
iirg:ini.ntloiis have arrived nt the
Washington nnij yard. Tho fortunate
onus can have them hy paln;: tho
costs of picking ami tr.iusHirt.itloii.
HIS NEGRO ASSISTANT
association has aroused Attorney (leu-
race prejudice entertained by fcome
IIb meiiili.rs '
Wlekeihliam points out that Low
vm litfrlr.il iflit l.n llnil beoil llftlll
111 a snlrllrd letter son! to earh of .,.,, r(.wl.u. !md Invllod terjolnl
the it) members of the association the seiielaiy of the ahsoiiatloti. '
er.il Wlekersliam to the drfeuse of hi
WASHINGTON. Feb, 2'J. -A deris
ion bv tho executive cnmmlttei, of t'io
' meilcan liar Assoc hitlou tn oust WII-,the attomuy general chaigos the ev-
Olliers mil) rlrciihile papers hut the Ham II Lewis, a ncsm ami nil assist- ecuthe committee vvllh an aringallon The ngctii of Cuhy Dislys says the
Hu lie tin Is admitted to tunc the nut atlornev general or tlm l'nlte.l of isiwer nnwip rallied by the body's tho tepotls cliculated regarding Ik
largest circulation. Stales, fiom meiliheislilp In the lur c instltullun. "In older to gr.itlfv it inarii.ige nre Incorrect
An Analysis of
G. Washington Coffee
ORCHIDS AND LILIES
Mrs, Taylor Is displaying beautiful
orchids anil truster lilies lit her show
window In the Young Hotel building
This Is a, cliancu fur nnynuo looking
for something special as these lovely
llovveis are suitable for any occasion.
II u 1 1 e 1 1 u iVaut Ads will llud It.
According to teport hi ought h
I'nrscr 1 Jinan of the Inter-Inland
ste.uner Klluuea, an arilval this
morning front Konn and Kan pot la,
tho follow lug sugar Is awaillug ship
ment Hutchinson COSI, II A. I T. " i ) .
Hotiokna 10,1)00, Kukalau 2201, Kit
l.ulnu (I)avles) 21S1, Kukulhaelo loO'l,
l'uauliaii 7000, l'aaulln 1 1 Oflil sacks.
41 Wt 38th St.
New York City.
May 20, 1910.
Certificate of Analysis
The sample of Coffee Extract, received 5-16-10,
1 Marked "Red E Coffee"
Has been examined with the following results :
Lots at lOO'c 1 6.22,
Ether Extract, Fixed 0.25"
Total Nitrogen 3.27"
Crude fibre 0.25"
Total Ash 17.33"
Insoluble Ash 3.95"
Solublo Ach 13.38" .
Alkalinity of Atll Soluble 17.00cc n10 acid for mil of 1
' Intoluble 5.16 " " " "
rrcduclnrj Sugan 2.80'
To G. Washington Coffee Co.
CO Denver 8trcet,
New York, N. Y.
P.O. Box 351
NELSON B. LANSING, Agent
,vwfiiMf vifwi tu y.wfct,.
Vttfa&Y' -$h- Utfalu f-AALvX SttA"
Honolulu, T.H- M
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The analysis shows no ingredient foreign to a
preparation consisting of tthe pure soluble con
stituents of coffee.
J. A. DEGHUEE, Ph. D.
Director Dept. of Chemistry,
, LCDERLE LADORATORICS.
Dy F. D. Dell,