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nONOLCLU. RTp-B CLLETIX, FI I DAY, A I "O U5T , 1 013. FI7E 3 eJotS POOLER Absolutely Puro O Tho only Baking Pcvidcr txado from Royal GrapoCrcos of Terror tio ALVU, UQ Ur.ZE Pll2S?HAK EXPLORER SC07TS WIDOW AND SON GET MONEY j i . i ii " ' ' hyiitw ifaH 1 LONDON. '.Tho? Mansion, 1 louse Scott fund now amount to. $375,000 and the committee made known today Its plan of distributing it. Nearly one-fourth f . the total will be spent on a memorial for those who lst their lives In the Scott expedition. For the relief of: the families of the oead $170,000 has been set apart, of which Lady 3cott will receive $42,500; ler son Peter, $17,500; Captain Scott'a mother and two Bisters, $30,000; Mrs. Wilson, widow of Dr. Edward A. Wil ton,; $42,500 ;. Mrs. Bowers, widow of w 13 "The Ideal . rWM i-CiWV2 5iWW-r w-wV mm Make merry muffiris vitli Califene lignt, crispy mumns wm uuueiie--- digestible happy muffins with Califene-Httnd vin the ' pennaiit for I. I y - AXXXil 1 Get a cook hobk from your dealer and tiy Califene is marie of beef fat obtained from specially selected cattle and absolutely nure. I i s i 1.1 renned vegetable oil. ..... wHolomft . fonrl "MitistflrirATnrT nnAw tri KN " v v v v EVERYBODY 'SAYS that it b? a Trade to advertise Hawaii; but I: A GOOD MANY PEOPLE ARE I i ' i. TaUc and we ask you Honolulu people w ho have, recently been to Hawaii, . to help along the good work and prove our statements by telling your friends what -you saw and what you think about our claims: That Hawaii is a good place: For spending a restful, qidet but Invigorating vacation; For spending a vigorous, tramping, exploring vacation; For taking long or short auto trips; For seeing spectacular scenery, tropic jungle and volcanic phenomena of all kinds: 1 That the transportation and accommodations are good; m . That the prices are . reasonable. fV literature and particulars, See in Honolulu: Hawaiian Promo- tion Committee. Inter-Island Steamship Co., Volcano Stables Co., Wa terhouse Trust Co. . Hilo . v her two I.fmt it. ft. Coders, and daurhters, $22,.'00; Airs, cjrans, v.jjowi of Petty Officer Kan and: htr ?!i roe children, $C,2.0. - Additional sunt .are allotted for publishing the scientific results of the expedition. $87,000 and: v.m :.fvwrd future polar research." - - The surrtiof I25.50U will b devoted to making gowl a deficiency ;.u ti cost of the expedition ; Mit M-ln! Heln what Itelfi whrt Why th Kilo kard of . trade" aska thru ' .m-hn Tnv recently.' vbJtPrt if. v.-ail to help prove tbat llbnoralu peo- pie will make n misuse u -they" ee : Hawaii first. See their ad in today's Star-Bulletla.Aavertlsemant V Shortening' I ! i 9: best cook in your house. HI of the y The K I trlcitf IEEHE m - m. ' -r-... i There is no purer, more J J : . - , .. J x,, . w ,imVV V4M4Va fSiV watchful 'eyei of U. S. Gdvernxnent inspectors by the W IT OH Ij1 LTVT Kdl lt8 low freeboard and revolving- turret W ij I It W - Syf and its test In battle with the Merri- mnc gave it a vogue . TVTT? A HP CC ; HQ "1l was found however, that , this If XJCjXjL X A-4 ve tjitype of vessel made a very poor gun 2S 4' , C j San Tiodka9VSJL fi) ; fine thing for the Hllo Board of j ; FR0M MISSOURI" i scenery; Board of Trade Cheap Dfore an audience' rf . triore than seventy .fiw business and professional i nicii A Itunnlu! , AU'.niraJ C B. T. Y-doore. commandant of cise naval sta- tlon. delivered an address- inT Cook?? ''.ball la.-: vvr ning upon the subject i.'fhe N.i'-. the occasiuo'-.beic . the ftevti.tii tf tii . Series of Thursday night Wturvs r.nw bSing conducted by . th Young yien' Christian Associa . IKon. The experience tf his '-many years t.-Jth the avv and .his knowl-A Sedge of every: branch of the Service, trie light, and. If I remember correct i has peculiarly mted Admiral Moore lf: our allowance of candles was sev- to .'speak w ith tb fact fiurroundlns bis subject well nVband." itnd he' -.! li?tnHi'to with keen interest Hik address. fnlWa i When"l w as a lieutenant on I board the t. ; s.. S, Gaki.a. in ltiis, l found an old soh book in ih possession '-of-' n maiine mutirian -Mt. ftirnr n a transom in the ..Junior' officers ter Urging some of them; one of the j mldh'jmr n, in ah in!.er)ude, asked Where- I Sot those 'ftewFwniga' , J laughlnglv replied that most of them were hoary wlr-h age, but. of course: hcti iu tuui un.au6C uv. uo eref heard them. ' ' 1 here is an lmpreWion "abroad that theraodern battleshiv Is. an invention. : tnU lt is 8ort of revolution. It is aj " rvs'on, oiw .oui oi ibw h develoijed a lot of loose atcut the revolution ;, in naval "The . modern : battJeahrp, 4 .Tnoern afiunhery are simply: evolutions. -The train v. characteristic of the modern .battleship, the tiirret; :aa present lu ' the celebrated baxtle of Mareh lj between . the e Monitor and the' Merrb fnac.. Armor had . been usee; iu -.the Crimean war in th ftfties; sieani as ; means of proyuWon. iif . battleships ; for years, and there was a breacb lcadlng cannon" in (he Naval Academy musetrm when I was a midshipman thai had be usod- by Cartel In the ,oiuest of Mexico,.! believe. : At any rat It dated back: to ihe 16th centuryl Rifled funs were net new-In 1861. ."Modern ... gunnery' . Is not In any sen -a new discovery, ft is .simply 'ilf .of a more, scientific' appii ctuvi .'of old principles, by means -of improved ..machinory, ::;. "There" is hardly a thing. in "the out fits of batUeshlps or. the present" day that U based on any mecbanlcal prin feline that was; vnknown;nfty; years The internal combustion engine used in motor boats Is the great thing as unknown in the. last quarter last century. -'V- ' discoveries in the use of lec have been only in the direc tion vjof mechanical application. Not ; a new law has been discovered. . No change or print. '4 le ha W!n intro; tfuced into the. steam engines. -" 'The modern battleship Is, after all, enly a glorified Monitor, Invented by Krtcsson, -;vr' f The invention of the ;1 explosive shell, . called originally, a bomb shell, '.rang the knell of the - .wooden-sided iship. and to the frl.mcan war a fev? vessels wero profectea ny armor to kee out these ihcendiaxy missiles. 'essel ' were protected : by armor to tThe additional weight of the armor tended to dlstitrb the stability of the ships,, and., too, the immense cost of covering the whole side with armor was almost prohibitive. - "This, led . to an effect to localize batteries so that armor. could be lim it cd to the protection of gun positions end the vitals (the rcagaxines and en gines and boilers) of the ship.! : "Ericsson Invented the Monitor with platform and was unable to use its offensive power effectively In a sea way. . . ..:'.:.:: :. "Gradually, through a better under standing of the way of controlling the sea-going Qualities of ships; through the discovedes of the qualities of mild eteel, the present battleship design was arrived, at, in so far as its gun learning capacity is concerned. . It will be noted, too, that while the armor of the original Monitor was nde up of eleven one Inch plate3 riveted together,- the present armor is made of solid plates of -various thicknesses. 'The Indiana, v.hkh was the first of the battleships of our. "New Navy" was provided with side armor eigh teen inches thick and turret armor fifteen Inches thick. Owing to tm-. provementa tn' the minuf actnre of 1 armor, more modern vessela have ar mor much reduced In thickness. This not only reduces weight, but enables us to increase, the offensive power of the ship. 'v:--. .; . . 'Ordnance has been improved in the same way by Improved methods of manufacture. -We have also been able to reduce the. weight of guns of equal . cailbre. because of : the superiority of 1 the metals ased. ' Besidee, by an in creasing knowledge ' .of . explosives. jnj nvcio a ru ifi .... (iiuuum ww while giving a largely increased ve locity to the projectiles, causes less danger to the guns. Of course, you all know that the striking force of a projectile is rneasored by Its. mass and Its velocity. "Gunnery has been improved by the Increase in the velocity of projectiles, by the fact thst the gun Is rifled, and by the fact that the gun is load ed from the breech. Another great element is the fact that sight are so constructed in these days that the gunner now fires when his sights are on" the target, all allowance being made in the setting of the sights. The greatest factor in gunnery remains, however, as always in the "man behind the gun." Trained gunners are In aispen8ible as ever. I shall not tire you by any further talk about these technical subjects. "I suppose there will never, come a time when every man in "the service will be satisfied with the conditions under which he lives, but It 'seems to that w rbe "tL-itr life on board-a man-of-war. today fa fairly comfortable in the way of boarxl and lodging. "Forty ears ago, on August ., 1ST3. I Joined the L S. S. Alaska, Cap tain S. P. Carter, one of the finest ships of her day in the navy. We had In our luess one ensign, thirteen mid shipmen." and two clerks. Our quar ters consisted of a room eighteen eet long -.-by about ten feet wide, contain- me ix berths. There was . no elec- 1 en a wvek. Jn those days the canning - - ot meat aitd vegetables was an infant :'TciiRtrv nn.l thp.ro -!. rm ' ruiil-ct fir. age "tor anything" except a small ice- . box capable f containing certainly net more than three days' provih.ons. 'Mi-eire.. was -no -bath- room for our use. and' imy. a cou&le of . washbowls- la ouar-irmgR for toilet. There was no run - raizr. We had I upy ; of. fresh . watej barely get enough to eucti a . limited rater that .we could wash our faces I a day. Our food waa iuferlor to wbat tht enliited men ol todaj; would call Vrotten. baa." though its cost was as much as oWirs now.-: -pay' for vast ly' -better! :;: .:;';. -r ; ; "I . remember one cruise in the Atert.-.when ; in :th ward room we could not procure, decent food for the officers, but the r.enlisted men, hav ing: under- the regulations the first catt on the. paymaster's supplies, were living qujte well. I happened to be thj.caterer and my only reply when YXiZ;ZrJ?Z Z17. ' if you are not; eating you are saving your-mess. Mil.'. This case was very K2SSrt-Pe.S JLthdyihiUip: 'Don't cheer, boys, those fel- lejScept ;Jn very small craft, the com- sforts tf enlisted men - are vastly su perior, la those formerly enjoyed by . i J irtni: tho have: their hammocks,-, as formerly. J11 8)titfor Pace. So long .as btit the: berthing spaces are ventilat- there are guns enough on board battle d and sanitary, and in all weathers "vs enough there isr aa our peace therfr are comfortable places in. their Jagjorf V. 'no Mtton on earth that walch. below: -even for .the watch on:ullH inclined to attack ua. But let deck thero Is little eiposure to, the .y1 navywhichS'your first .line. ot weather - " I defense fall below tha. condition rach' bhlp carriea a'refrigeraUng 5vaue,y called adequate, and I venture plant and- fresh, meats can be carried i to saJ" that war will come to ; Us for long voyages.- Proper provision through the provocation of some coua is made for the carrying of fresh jtry by t he very men who Klecl are there vegetables and the canning of fruits 6an he no, war. : i and vtrptahwfl ban dvi?nnod an that I "In the last war we had, the terror gn. 0f the necessaries for comfortable .Oving are at hand. Washrooms and for, pt ace was a, terrible trouble in ;batbs; are plentiful and a good de- ifae mobilizing of our forces, and I gree-of privacy can. be obtained, feer'free to venture the .opinion that M toy. petty-officers have rooms f of. ' the.-loudmouthed "peace agitator will their own- The condition of -the' Ju. again be loudest in condemnation of .hior officers is very ntpch improved ny inadequacy" of protection fn case as to quarters and food. The officers ot wr- ' - ' as a rule are as w.ell housed as in an "I must be borne With when I. say iocean. liner, .but. their lnfnu la .In their jhat while for, more tha hundred own hands, and foUowathe ability ;years . the navy has gone cheerfully of Ihe mess treasurer to manage the and bravely to its tasks, while it has steward. The . comparison between accomplished much in . war, It :has three candles a week and a pitcher never v heen sent out sufficiently of : water a day the old allowance, strong hi any true sense. . Its equlp and alii the electric light and all the ;ment , has been' given it grudgingly, water, they need can be' made . only, and nothing but Its skill, its courage by one who- ha lived under both and its inspired patriotism . has conditions. brought -ic success. On every occa 'The n&' V today is more efficient sion when it ha brought back to, the than eve r before. I ts material power,- people the peace they required and is , greater, and Its personnel f is betv the , commercial security they need ier trained. It Is not-nt6reloyal tth en. it has basked for, a time in the day than it' was in 1882, when we , sunshine, and then been allowed to touched low water as .to - material, rot except since the Spanish war. because ' the navy has always been j "While improved methods have pro- p erf ectly . loyal to the country, r ducea nne snips ana gnns, ana aevei The navy was called Into existence ; oped, high skill In the personnel, the b the United Colonies, not for con- element of time in the building of a quest of territoryi nor tor the achive- navy counts for more than it did . In meht of '- fame, Ifot To protect our the days of wooden sailing vessels, commerce and to defend the liberties While steel vessels deteriorate even of our people.' rv ... j more . rapidly than live oak ones. It I "The navy of the United States has ! requires . more time to build -' them, never sought any other end than that, The navy does not ask anything that of delivering to the people of ' the the people do not need. United States the thing demanded -of , ,'The people of the United SUtes them. If It has ever failed to fulfill. are a very active people, they produce the desire of the people, as expressed .many things -In quantities In - excess by the authorities of the nation. Its of their needs, and they de?ire many failure was due to the fact, that pie things that; they must buy abroad, task set was beyond 'its utmost to Tuis means that they cannot live to do. :t '. themselves alone. "The storv of our little navy in the T "As human nature is at present, in war of the Revolution is one of the tercourse and competition mean fric greatest stories in history.. . The , tion very often, and when two coun achievements were not in themselves tries reach a certain point, friction so great when compared with - the ! means w ar where there are no re- lory of Trafalgar and otner great raval conflicts, but the devotion, the I rhoorfui B)f.flftVrtfirp h dantls ; courage displayed are unsurpassed' by any service in this world! And it is not to be forgotten that each and every commander in that navy was Interested, first of all. for the secur ity and the peace of bis country. Whn the infant rpnubiir iwnt tta navy out to stop the depredations of to yield every point in every, diplomat the French navy on our commerce in I contest; if we are wili ng to keep Jchn Adams' administration. It senH our citizep enUrely with n our own ! -rot net th vmI. commlttfnr mit. . rages and not against peaceful mer chantmen. Again It was seen that the navy of the United -States has ever for its object the 'portection of our commerce and the liberties of our cit izens In the war with Tripoli there was to desire for gain nor for mere glory. f The little band of heroes whosailed under the motto. ' Millions for derense but not one .cent for. tribute,' were again exemplars of, the peaceful atti tude1 of 'our navy. When, they had secured the peaceable passage of our commerce' upon the' seas I hey gladly returned to their peaceful ". homes. Small blame to them, however, if they enjoyed the plaudits of their fellow citiaens. "Again in 112-1815 t'je navy was called upon to 'defend our commerce oild protect the liberties of our citi zens. That tbe navy's achievements and the battle of New Orleans are our only bright memories of that war does not take away from the fact that our navy stood for peace. "The long suffering of our people had resulted only in bolder oppression of our people and our commerce and it was only the deeds of Hull and Bain bridge and Decatur and Lawrence and Perry and , McDonough and snch as they that made Britain conclude to cease her oppression. "And when we came to our saddest Toli:rcu!:r B:nns flanmhmtheiDOst unexpected places' and qukkiy attack a body weaJtssv from colds or ctneral debility, but if the lung are fortified with SCOTT'S EMULSION their progress can be prevented anl often overcome. Scof Emulsion is.oed ia tabcrcvlosas camp becase its hif hly con centrmted nourishment builds ctmgth and retssti?epower faster than cLmse destroy. It asaunUatea o ucoboL Ahfmttfy mtkig tqmala Scott's tmwkim to ttnng&m thi bmgt mmd dri mmt coU u-tm - trouble, wlnta our land was divided Into two warring-camps. It will ' be seen that the navy while never behind In the performance of duty,, always recognized that war- is for the defi nite purpose of establishing perman ent and honorable peace. - v' "At no time In that long and bitter druggie wa3 the navy even accused of wanton destruction, of making war tor war's sake. ' . "In no report of an action. In no recorded speech by a representative of the navy of the United States can there be found evidence of a failure to nnwn ,in f ka nw In the war with Spain at the battle of , Santiago tne true spirit ez a true re-. presentative of the navy was Illus trated in the expression of Captain lows are dying'. "Thus will It ever be. "The navy of -the United States la in the United States. Kverv eun in ni-n'ery battleship when J It shall tspeakt of those who had been most noisy straints. up to aa e tne possession or me means of defence has proved the most efficacious "preventive of vio lence. To let your navy fall below the proper standard then is to Invite trouble. ' -. "What the. standard for the navy is .will be determined by the policies we . mm desire to pursue. If we are prepared oounaanes; 11 we are wuung 10 uaaa over our entire water-borne commerce to the foreigners; if we are content A Word to Women On Women are gener ally careful about the state of their health, and they are apt to make good use of reme dies known asdis e a s e .preventives. Germicida and antiseptics are includ ed in this class, but the greatest care should be exercised in using any which contain poisons, unless pre scribed by a .pbys'ician. . By reason of its absolute safety and its beneficial results, physicians have strongly recommended Tyree'a Anti septic Powder. It is unequaled as a preventive of contagious disease, heal ing diseased tissues, .ulcers and deli cate membrane passages, and ideal as a douche, a za-cent pacaage maaes two gallons standard solution. Sold by druggists everywhere. Send for booklet and free sample. 6 j J. S. Tjree, Clemlst, Washington, D. C. J Health si 1 y if r - s to have ao voice in she ailajrs of the tctcr world, and if we are content to b'e robbtd as 4'nlna has been, by, every ' ether nation, then we need no navy.. 1 y -XSo long as we aspire to te free in aifr of the matters just stated we must maintain a navy, and ; bat navy . tanzt be adequate or useless. Of all the fulliek, and bless us we have seen many, ever exhibited in ourltinio - Is that of .talking of, the 'Peace of Law ? as opposed to the 'Peace of Force. V ;Ther- Is no such thing as a differ- 'ence. They are, the same thing. : : There Is no law where there Is no force back of it. The very funda ! mental doctrine of the Christian . re. llgion Is. force the doctrine of th : atonement, . . v . ,.":;- j Our Savior himself declared that te had come "not to destroy the law but to fuinil the law.' He frequently explained that his death, upon the Q cross was the vindication of the law. j "It la to my mind a mystery that a man can ; preach the atonement on . Sunday and on a week-day blatter K about the peace of law as opposed to the peace of force. : "So long as law needs enforcing; and we see no evidence of laws en forcing themselves, bo long wrill the peace of force and law be the only ; peace. , r " v; . ; j f 'The strength of your navy will. until the millennium,; be the measure of your security. "The strong man armed keepeth his castle.- - ::,--:;, That tired, feeling and ; run-down, nervous condition Is a warning of more deep-seated troubles. Build yourself up with Stearns' Wine of Cod Liver Extract, the peerleea tonic and tissue- builder. advertisement, 'I NEWMAN 'SAYS WatcS for the 15h of August. &- 'A "The Aristocrat r o tn This ware ia famous because of Us artlstit designs and durability. . 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