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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1915.
i ?! V V. IIAIL OF LEAD i COVERS ACRE New Type of Rapid Fire Siege ; Rjfle Tried Out at Range at f ' ' Schofield Yesterday ; - ; (Special Star-Bniletth Correspondence) - anucViV1.r nARRACKS. Nov." 17. For the first time on the island of Oahu the new type of rapid fire siege riilMvcre fired at tar eat sractl&e. The r firing took place yesterday morning In the presence or an inter . atnd aemblare of officers, and was a successful demonstration of the newer and utility of these guns. The aiibor is 4.7 inches, the weight of the projectile 60 pounds, and the maxi mum ranee something oves 9000 vnriii The nhrannel which were used voatprriav Mch contains more than " 700 ' half-inch bullets, and when they burst in front of and above a targei they cover almost an acre wun a deadly hail of- steel pellets. The carriage upon which this gun is mounted has the advantage over ih nA tvDe in that it takes up the recoil of the gun by means of springs tind recoil cylinders, ana inereiore very little adjustment is necessary to ' place the gun again upon the target, Battery C, 1 Field Artillery, has luwn vnnr,Ttc(i -with four of these guns Jn addition to the 2-lnch -field guns. Capt. Roger O, wason nrea tne nrsi ; problem at a represented battery at a range of - 100 yards. .The second problem was fired by Capt, Johit V. Kilbreth, Jr at a group of Infantry targets, range ,5800 yards, Tbjrty-two ' rounds" were fired in less than a half hour, and a large percentage' of hits , was .made. . ... .. . wiormi T A . Pressure of. profit taking and a gen . eral uneasiness said to be due to the revelation of the .plans of the "New York sugar clique" to work for an internal revenue producers, or con - surners tax on sugar, are held responr elble for the Budden drop in the prices of Bugar stocks listed on the local exchange. The plan backed by the '. -refiners' I rust," which Jf successful would cripple Hawaii's cane Industry, was, first revealed in the territory in --yesterday's Star-Bulletin, The stocks which sr.ere -sold or Vainly offered to- day atjprices Jess than sale prices of " yesterday were Ewa Hawaiian Com mercial, McBryde, Oahu Bugar, Olaa, Onomea, Piohecr and Waialua. A de tailed list of closing prices and sales will be found in another column of this edition. : - v . : o t v; DAILY REMINDERS ; . To get Tftlue. sell U by auction. See auctbn 'ads. -Adr. . - Round the island In - auto, 14.00. : Lewis Staples.. 'Phone 2ML--adv. Gcnsalves & Co., Ltd., have just re- ecived a supply of Portuguese onion seed in k lb. bags. (Adv.) The windows ;of' the Ideal Clothing Company ably ' reflect " their store's metropolitan character quality goods are on display constantly. i For the maximum in appearance and lasting .qualities and. I e minimum in bother, wear Holeproof .nose.- i.Soid The Hub, Hotel Ewa of Fort. The best foundation for your home is a, vssavings aceount. - Every dollar added to it is a brick in it's erection. Start today with the Bank of Hawaii. Millinery for autumn correct in de sign, material and workmanship is to be found at Mrs. J. Milton'a, formerly Milton & 'Parsons; 1112 Fort streetr Adv. - x .i-;,i--;. r There's - a home -atmosphere- about the Sweet Shop that lifts it cut of the class of the ordinary restaurant and makes every "trial" customer a "reg ular." : : , r Idle fends Jn-Ae hands of an Indi vidual trustee . sometimes mean a breach of trust, .rrotect yourseir by Dutting your affairs in" the hands of s Trent Trust Company. - ' v New line of brassieres, Junlform and Prudential . goods maternity and surgical corsets and belts; new fall ; models, front and back lace corsets. Goodwin Corset Shop, Pantheon bldg. Adv. : ' '.;; ;v The Korweigan . bark Cissie from Port Arthur, Tex., was sunk eff the ;Isle of Wight with the loss of seven , members of her crew when she col lided with a British steamer. 1 2' -rz ai? CLvfy "TV tv I VJ 1-LV "The House of Housewares" W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd. . . Honolulu, Hawaii. . v ; w 53-65 King St. - Phone 4937 A raectfnsr ."bf th te'rrftoraj Errand jury will be held at 2 o'clock -tomorrow afternoon In the, judiciary build ing. : y v'i l y.f.vV'... ,- M. R. Mlqnlabas has been sworn In federal court as Filipino Interpreter, r Federal trial jurors not engaged in the Dagoman case have been excused until 8:20 o'clock Friday morning. ? Alexander Hume Ford and S. Sbeba, who left on the ilatsonla for coast points, will be the guests of Jack Lon don at his country home in California. Chef a men fined this morning in the police ocurt were 8. Masakichi, Japanese, and Ah Chee, Chinese. Each of them paid a penalty of f 25 and costs. The piano recital which was to have been given by Jir. Moss at the resi dence of Rev, W. D. Westervelt to morrow . evening has been postponed owing to illness. ; . , - Tenders will be opened in the office of the superintendent of public works at noon , on Friday, November 26, for furnishing metal furniture for the capitol, judiciary building ' and ar chives. .' , ' , ' - ''. . ' Saturday's calendar in federal court will be as follows: Lau Wan, opium, disposition; Tee Sing Chun, white slavery, plea; Fun Tan, opium, plea; Ah Fat, opium, plea; Willie Moku, statutory, plea, and Julia Papa, statu tory, plea, '.. V;.. The members of the Morning Music Club and their escorts are invited to attend a plana recital to be given At 7:45 o'clock tomorrow, . (evening - by Frank Moss .at- the Westervelt .resi dence. Diamond! Head. road. : ,,. ' J A jury in federal '-court has return ed ft verdict of 'guilty to four of five counts in an indictment, charging one Lum Chun, alias Lin Chun, with hav ing opium in possession, The defendr ant was sentenced to serve - three mpnths in Oahu prison and pay a fine Of 150. - i ! . ; ; Two letters relating to the Maui Telephone Company's proposed In crease in rates were filed at a brief meeting of the public utilities commis sion yesterday, to be taken up later when all protests are on band. Com missioner J. N, S. Williams acted; as chairman in the. absence of Chairman Charles R. Forbes. - - t : Beginning a campaign to make the Blood Town," near W'ahiawa, orderly. Asst. City . Attorney Chlllingworth and License- Inspector Fenuell yester day afternoon arrested Mrs. -s M j J, Blair Jn nshack it tlw place and took a quantity of liquor a a evidence. Mrs. Blair was found with a man, end both were drinking freely - ; i ' - - '. - i t , ONE BATTALION OUT vfOR STAfiT OF ANNUAL- OFFICERS' TEST RIDES ; , . - . . . . . ' ... 1 . ; ; i Camp was established this afternoon at Ilaleiwa by a provisional battalion consisting of companies B and Ho' the 1st Infantry S under command, of Lieut.-col. W. E.-Ay er., Second Lieut, V. V. Enyart was detailed to accom pany the. troops as acting adjutant and quartermaster, and Battalion Supply Sgt. Carl H. Unselt and eight privates of the mounted orderly section, head quarters; company, wero also attach ed to the battalion. ' The camp is In connection with the test rides for officers which began Tuesday ., and will continue until Frl day. ;?- - j',,-. ; f x ;.; ' -:l r' Yesterday'a number of officers were examined at Schofield Barracks 1 pre vious to taking the prescribed ride. Officers of the .1st -Infantry ordered to take the ride are: Col. D. I How ell, Lieut-col W. E. AyerMaJC. E. Tayman,,Maj. , L. S. Sorley, Lieut-cdl. G. O. Bailey, Q. M. C attached; Lieytf CoL J. A. Penn, 3d Infantry, attached; Maj. B. J. Edger, Jr, Medical Corps. : t Officers taking the test ride are re quired to ride 20 miles a . day for three days and at the end of the test are examined to see if they are in fit con dition.:' ', . To Take Test Ride.'; '.' i'.".' .. - : Seven field officers from Schofield assembled at Waialua at 7 o'clock this morning to begin the three-day test ride, for field officers. They will ride 20 miles a day for three days, camp ing each night at Waialua, and returning- to Schofield Barracks on Fri day. The officers in the party are Col Daniel L. Howell, 1st Infantry; Lieut. col. Waldo E Ayer, 1st Infantry; Lieut-col. George Q. Bailey, Q. L Corps; Maj. Julius A. Penn, 1st in fantry ; Maj. Charles . E. Tayman, 1st Infantry; Maj. Lewis S. Sorley, 1st In fantry; Maj. Benjamin J. Edger, Jr. Medical Corps. " , i' s I 0 Clover Leaf 12-inch Lavn, Mower Fresh Supply 5-pIy "Splendid" i-ineh Garden Hose - 25 ft Length.... ...... ....$2.75 50 ft Length . ........ ...$4.95- pecialSale! ?' " -November 12. 1915. 'General Orders No. 37. The following changes in tne organ ization of the National Guard of Ha waii, completing the organization of the Third Regiment of iniantry. N. u H, are annoniiced for the informa tion and guidance of au concerned. The -organization of accompany of Infantry, N. G. at Haiku. Maui, hav ing been completed, said company is designated Company H, 3d Infantry, N. G. II. ' The First Separate Com pay, Infan try, N. G. 'H is designated Company G, 3d Infantry, N. G. H. The Second Separate Company, In fan try, N. G. H., is designated Com pany E. 3d Infantry, N. 0,11. . . The Third Separate Company, Infan try, N. G. Hv is designated Company F, 3d Infantry, N. G. H. The First Separate Battalion, Infan try, N.- G. is designated the First Battalion, 3d Infantry,- N. O. H. The Third Separate Battalion In fantry, N. G. H., is designated the Third Battalion,-3d Infantry N. G. H For tactical and administrative pur poses, Companies E and F, 3d Infan try, N. G. H are attached to the 1st Battalion 3d Infantry, N.'G. H, and Companies G and H, 3d Infantry. N, G. Hare attached to the 3d Battalion, 3d Infantry. N. G. H. . : Maj. David C. Lindsay, 3d Infantry, N. G. H., is assigned to the command of the 3d Infantry, N. G. II. ; flnr.iv tMS y Sergt. Zigmunt Yesson Cff.P, 21st Infantry, is transferred to - Co. L, 2nd Infantry, and will be sent to Honolulu on the December, transport ; : - ' ' i . ". .. 25" . 38T-. - Capt William R. Davis, Medical Corps, attending surgeon, has been re lieved, from doty here and assigned to fort Mead,- South Dakota, the - order to take effect December 20. . ...Ordnance Sergt v. Kilian -Schmidt Fort Word en, Washington, has been ordered to Honolulu on the December 5 ; transport to . relieve Ordnance Sergt LeonidaaiPiersaul iat- Schofield Barracks. i-: ; t. Capt. Jack Hayes, 1st Infantry, is detailed for service and to fill a va cancy In the Quartermaster's Corps, to take effect November 23, vice Capt William,. O, Smith. Capt.- Hayes is now, on duty as assistant , to the de partment quartermaster. v ... ,. -. , - ? i r ' NovembeV 13 1915. v Special Orders, No. 223. -" Ordnance Sgt William M. Betry, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 7, Spe cial Orders, No. 221, War Department current series, will proceed to Fort Ruger, H. T. ; - ' Vr - Upon the application of Capt Otho B. Rosenbaum, 2nd Infantry, a bdard of officers, to consist of: -Mat William R. Dashlell, 2nd Infantry;- Capt. Wil liam B.' Cochran, 2nd Infantry;: 1st Lieut Clilre R.- Bennett 2nd Infantry, is appointed to meet at Fort Shatter, H. T., as soon as practicable, to exam ine two horses,- the ; property of Capt Rosenbaum,. with a -view to determin ing their fitness for service or far Sale to an officer, -and, if either or both be found serviceable, to appraise the value of each animaL ; - 4 ii Pvt ; Jacqaes .-..TerhelL yi04th -Cem-pany. Coast Artillery Corps, Fort Arm strong, H.T,. will bediscbarged from the, army by the eommanding, officer of that post, by purchase., -r..-, . Leave of absence ; for two months and 23 days, on surgeon's certificate of disability, " wlthWi-ermission, to leave the department to take effect on or about November .15, 1915. ia granted 2nd Lieut Charles M. Haverkamp, 4th Cavalry, Schofield Barracks. . j . . Pvt Russell C. Aldridge, 21st "Infan try, unassigned, . Fort 1 Shaf ter, IL T;. will be discharged from the army, by the commanding officer of , that post by purchase. - -. .:" Pvt John . , Folk,-. 159th Company. Coast Artillery Corps. Fort Ruger, H. v is transferred to . the ; Hpspuai Corps, .and .will 'proceed .to Honolulu, H. T reportina; on arrival, to the com manding officer. Department Hospital, for duty,,, , ... , . ..... y W; Second Lieut Hermann "H. Zornjg, Coast Artillery Corps, is relieved as a member, and 1st Lieuts. Guy L. Gear hart and Robert . E, Giithrie, and 2nd Lieut. Herbert E. Ellis. Coast Artil lery Corps are detailed as members of the general court-martial appointed to meet at Fort Kamehameha. Pvt William H. PoUick, 21st Infan try, . unassigned, , Fort Shaf ter, H. T will' be. discharged from the army by the commanding officer of that post, by purchase. , , . Pvt. Carl Rosted, Battery. A, 1st Field Artillery, Schofield Barracks, H. Tw will be- discharged txom the. army by the commanding general bf that post by purchase. r On Saturday, November 20, the big opening day of Wall, Nichols Co- Ltd toy department balloons, will be given away free to everyone making a pur chase.: Adv. . v"': ' Do your marketing early on Satur day morning so you tan be on hand to see the dressed windows judged at 10 o'cIock-Adv. i T ' ii TnYcuni::EEYEr.ELEDT Wot Bed, Weak, Vtmurj Kyes and GRANULATED EYELIDS II Msn0om1frt--MUMsCnPtla U 4 BIG BALLOON DAY F.700RE CHOSEN ilSEXA,ii Named By Governor to Succeed Drs. Herbert and Kilbourne , on Medical Board Governor Pinkham today announced the appointment of Dr. Jonathan T. McDonald and . r. W. L. Moore as new members on the medical examin ing board, taking the places left va cant by the resignations of Dr. George Herbert and Dr. E. D. Kllbournel Both Dr. McDonald and Dr. MoorC are old . timers in the city and are well ,r nown. Dr. . Moore came first to the islands in 1893, stay in Hilo far three years and coming from there to. Honolulu, where he has since practised. He is a . prominent member of the Hawaiian Medical So ciety, and . a member of the insanity Commission for the territorial asylum. He was for . some time associate tlty and . county physician with Dr. J. T. Wayson. He is a graduate of Ann Ax bor. t' - ;:, ;':c':.;- r. '.: ' : .' Dr. McDonald was at one time bac teriologist for the territorial board of health, and has 'also served as presi dent of the local medical society. He Is a graduate of Copper Medical Col lege in San Francisco and came; to Honolulu in 1900. . " . Dr. R. W.' Bens, the third member of the board,-la at present on a rtip to the. mainland. - - - - THROW AWAY YOUR : EYE-GLASSES 1 A FREE PRESCRIPTION ? You Can Have Filled and Use at Home Do you wear glasses? Are . you a victim of eye-strain or other eye-weaknesses? , If 'bo, you will be .glad- to know that there. Is real hope -for you. Many; whose eyes were failing, say they have had their , eyes restored through the' principle, of this wonder ful free prescription. One man says, after trying It: "I wag. almost blind; could not seevvi read ataU. .Now I can read everything without any glass es and jay, eyea 'do. not " water any more. At nlght.they would pain dread fully; . how they feel fine, all the time. It was like' a miracle to me." A lady who used it says? "The atmosphere seemed ha?y frith, i without glasses, but, after fusing this prescription for IS days every thine seems clear. -1 can even read fine print without glass es." It is believed that thousands who wear glasses can -now discard them -in a reasonable time and multitudes more will be !able to strengthen their eyes so as to be aarea. the trouble and ex pense, of eveir setting glasses.- Eye troHbles of many descriptions may be wonderfully- benefited by following the simple r .twasrr 'Her' ia -the : pyescripr tion; Go to any ;active drug store and get a bottle bf Opton'a. - Fill a two- ounce bottle with -warm ;water, Urop in one Op tona. tablet and allow to dls solv&. iWith ,thia" liquid', r-bathe the eyes two to -; four times dally. ; Yon Should notice your eyeS clear up per ceptibly-right from the start and In flammation will qnickly.dlsafipeaV It your eyes are bothering you. evea a little.'take step J. to save them, now oeiore ii la ioo late. . Aiany. nopeiessxy blind might have been saved . if they had cared for their , eyea' in tlxnar adyerti8ement..;. ; . . W' Vt ; .-; . i . company;d, ;n. g. h. , - All men of Company D, 1st Infantry, N. O. H are "ordered by 1st Lieut. F. .W. ..WIchman, commanding," to re- lort atthe 'armory tonight' at 7:30 o'clock, for battalion ; drill. ' A . full at tendance is required. - s .'. ' V "if you find it at Hopp's, you Protect your table from hot dishes with J v"3:f: 8AP ON STAND kMl I TRANSIT FIGHT Further examination by the attor neys for the Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land Company to ascciiain the methods used by W. M. Barringtr, expert on valuations, iu ' figur io tne depreciation in .tne rariocs unlt of the plant and his personal estimates of , their original cost, consumed this morning's session of the trial of the injunction suit brought " by the . terri tory against the: company.- V i Another session was to be held this afternoon, when tt was -expected that cross-examination of Mr. , Barrlnger would be completed. Following tb filing of the Suit. Mr. Barrlnger was retained by the department of public works to make an. inventory of the property xf the- Rapid Transit,- and figure the depreciation ct each unit since- the beginlng of actual opera tion. ' ?,y,r . Asreported to 'the ' Star-Bntlctin last week. W. A. Cattell, the San Francisco . civil engineer and expert on . valuations, already has - begun making an Inventory - of theRanid Transit plant for the company: Neith er the attorneys for -the company or Mr. Cattell himself know- how 'long it ; will .be 1 before - the inventory is complete. The company's Dgineeri as well as . other officials and em ployes, are assisting the expert in his work, it was announced todSy. SPALDING SUITx MAY i ! ; !v , . 600 JURY FRIDAY ' The plaintiffs in the $5,000 assunip sit suit brought by James Stewart & Company I against Col. iZ. S. Spalding Of Kauai rested their case today, and the matter probably will be closed be fore the end of this week. The de fense announced 'this morning 'that- it has one more witness to take, and his testimony probably will be heard early tomorrow. The neater, part of to morrow may be .given over 'to argu ment of the court's instructions to the Jury.4 It is probable, 'now; that 'the case will : go to tha Jury 1 on Friday morning. . - . DANCE AT HALEIWA.:. Announcement Is made - that there will be a dance at Halelwa next Sat urday night, beginning at 8:30 o'clock. Bishop's quintet elub will furnish the music ' ;.; - y-.'. r ' - -t.: Bring your neighbors and friends. The Windowa are dressed "for every body. AdV. ; t-v -' . f : VcsMahy People i "hare told 'us' the same story distress : ;.; after eating, gases, heartburn. A y' ffl 7; Tablet beforeend af teir each meal will "relieve jott. Sold only by us 25c ' ' " : . Btnson. 'Smith i Xoi' Ltld. " ' - Owing to tbe fact tbat;the,rainy weatier haskept a great number of our rojalur ; patrons from ;taking advantage of our low prices we, will continue our sate until Saiur day, November 20th. ; , . tY.fr.''';-S;-';:'- :, ' r;. . Fort, above Beretdnia ' W - v 'i iVt i" Nothing contributes more to the enjoy ' ment of the feasts to your own happinec3, 4 to the than' arti: i: c and tasteful furniture; Make your home a lasting joy Kaiser gray suites of ten serving-table; extension " Mission style in light fumed oak finish; $85 to $175. Oak in Jacobean design and finish, $200 to $275. i;, Colonial and; Sheraton in mahogany, $200 to ;$450. " - Odd Buffets in golden and lumed oak,' $28 to CC0. China closets from $24 1075. : fables, $10 to $100. ; Chairs, 'all finishes, cane, wood or upholstered seats, $i2.00:each. '7 T:r-":. ?y'; ':;f;: :f.';-r s i".'---; - . - '.; - .;' ' ' . .' : , f Bethel - X Ml $ JterlingNoVelties y iPur Holiday line of Cigarette CasJs, . Miniature Photo Holders, .Vanity ; ; Qases, Dorine: Boxes Coin Pnrsev Mesh Bags, just arrjfved. New de .' - ; signs to select from. ': . - : ; :;-.";: : . '. ': Value Oualitt tJEWLEHS. r i i 1 ' . " ", , , r - " ' " . . ,- t ... ' , . . : : ' - - ' ' E0IT0LULTJ, T. H. t- ". i ; All Employers of : V 1': . ua '"' t ' " - . V at 'onno or KiiffflT tho rpnnltr ' nrorlrld bv m law.1 120 pieces, which includes: six Tt tt xnn 11 Jim X Vilii i dimng - table and cliina closet, $150 to 52C0-7 or know it's a quality product." Peerless Mestos'f.kts, $4.50 to $5.50 KiniT Street- het Bishop & Alaliea ( Centals . - .... Street J . f- 7; Variety , . r 5 Labor Must Obtain -lJJ .JJ MrVe write it S. King St. 'Phono S2C3 ana .1 - 4 - ' chairs, ' buffet, V " - L : 7 - - .' ; - ; from $1-50 to - : ; 7 Co