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W4 M y v ! t .1 . w, i f r.-"-!UC'.r.rtr:K'.3CorrpeiideEc.) " OA1IU. COLLEGE, May . 21-Th-chlUcac. to a "close crder lrlll con test, i; uej by. the Honolulu-lillltary tadeaay to Punahou Academy cadets, 1 is teea rot-oned.frora this season tatll the erring terra of. 1918. accord i : ?.to the request of Mr. DIackmaa, r-'L.lral cf the Hcaclula .Military Academy. . .-. :.. .1; - v .- ' The Tcnahoa cadets had decided to t:ccrt the challenge of the Kaimukl chocl," ca ccad'Ucn ttst the latter .tehoel accept a ch&IIengjf to an inter f etocl" shoe tin 5 natch -urla; this r .e terra. Tha Punahoa boyk feel t..2t thou;a they do net - devote so xauch tlraa to military drill as is de-v Tv',:d. f t I'almu'ti, d though they v. auld'-raffcr la a close order contest, y:t they, would te able to balance th i ::2 fa a jthoctlug contest or la aa ;:--1 crier cr ratrol problem.. v.'i .:cvcr: the : results would - have .1 ' V't-e contest will tct te held this , :r, , tut will te a tig feature for 1 1 . i "T . ., j .11. l, . :.:.) eaetiacet r c : :-r.:; I: C - ::::t f ':. ' r : t: : : :: y n. - - ? t: ;.t:.:.v r. ... , . , i, . ! r c : . t : r r;- : o a r ; ; ; 1 1 rc- ':: i . ;" ?riJdttaT-rcrrt;aCTerwjndene. r iXiliT SUAiTOi, ilay 2I-Xhl ncmins Cor:ianles C and F cf the 2d Infantry reported to Lleut-CoL W1V Ham v.'elset 2d Infantry, at 7:28 a. ra, and O and II companies at ,9:15 a. on the main rarade ground for practical work la the noa-connnUslon- ed officers reierra nehool work. "v ; : Ererythlng poeslbie is being done to juake life la the recruit cam f as pleasant as is compatlhle; with the strenuous duties and 'drills they are now going throcsh. The coramandlng officer at Tort Shatter has tad the large assembly tent erected .in the camp and provided irlth ..tables1 and chairs and a phonograph,, so. that : in their leisure moments the recruits can read, write thflr " letters home - and otherwise amuse themselres. Hate rial has also been provided "for play lag baseball and the lovers of the na tional game are getting both pleasure and exercise in practising this world wide popular game. - :'df. . Word has been received from the department commander that those ea lisle d men who are desirous of consid ering the appointment as commission ed cfJIcers must forward their appli cations so as to reach headquarters net later than June 15. If later than that it is' possible that the applica- tlons win be too late for considera tion and they will jact be able to take the examination. The ; non-comuilssioned officers T of th! rc-rt who are new taking the ex- r:..atica rcr the 'crficsrs reserve ccrf3 have been ordered up before Cq- tc:rd :rrclrted to conduct the es-r.!r..lcn. LIeut.-CcI. V.'IHiami IL Dc:!.:c!I 13 presiient cf this board, with Lieut. Alfred 11 Rockwood as recorder, and .I.iaJ. Eugene . II.. Hart c:tt as Ef:elter.inl-er. The "men rt-nilnr; tt'.z cxer.::nat!ca are Resl i r.:-l Cup. Czi. Ernest Ely, let Cst r. llerrircr., Ccz:ro.ny 2, 2d r.r.1 roller,. all cf Gen ay A. They .vo row teen tefcre the board for t:.:;3 days, and ci??ct to complete h3 cramstica ty Thursday. . Lieut. Corl ATlIor:-, librarian cf ha 2d I-f-ntry U-rery, has furnished th -a reer-it can:? villi Locks and mag- ' :s frcra tha lierary, also with rec . 3 fer th3 phen: ri which 13 con trilutirs much p:;eure to those, ia 11. 3 beard cf "Lcz "Jzra ct the 2d In- f-.try ra::3 teM it3.mcr.itly raeetrs ratur.:iy, Hay 1?, with Lieut-Col. ;::ia:a 'c:-:I, the rnslient, rrcrid . :.:aj. Cuy G. ra!a:cr was f!::ted M:.?--rce;aer,t and ucrt. - Liracr r. ..':3 was e:; ::r.t:J a raemter cf C.3 :-:3 ce;:tt:o to L".l tv,vaeaa::' c . u : by aj. ralm cr. :te ether 3 cf tha terd aro Lieut. Ed . Wit::!!, j ry tzi tre"- . ; t. c:-'-; ih. - ; :t t . V :: i3j.z-y ....-5 r -e.t 1 c:::::t::a. cf Practically -all : " - t the 1 c:..::rs iz t:-2 I - -; 3 !:-b r-d tho r-- alters cad til- ; r: - - i aro v. .'.I ; I . i.:.::3 v,:irb3 aa : Ainialetration ,J Jim . . O : t'.eaa ta aa raaV:T ey r; cl- ::i,ce ::al ch:- :i Can- : tJ " , a Ca-; c. a- Cr" .' t : c! Ch, ia tla Tr:e- - I 4.. j , I - : I. , - - G-T- r v- -'.V- - i'diki.ai) Uil';' ItilCEISilE ,s (f dil Etttf-BaSitta Corrpoader-.J v ' O All U. COLLEGE. May 21. The shooting teams for the Punahou cadet coppaniea "haTe teen chesea. . The choice was made by. Can elLeainatintr natch, held oa ,l"uachbow! range Fri- There, has 1)een . considerable in terest taken of late in shooting. The reason is tracetble to. General "Sam jTohnsoBu Some time ago the general expressed his well known Interest in the Punahou boya by off ering a cup to the 5 winning company team, and by granting.; the use; of . the Punchbowl range for practise. This has brought out about. thirty, boys, .the' thirty best shots of each company, to try their luck for the Company teams. These thirty have been ; practising about a week and a halt and General Johnson has; been acting as : inspiration and instructor to them. '. -v ." -: . " By elimlnatica these thirty . have been! cut down to the following six teen j "A Company--Ct . Turner, D. Harsaldea. IL Hitchcock. O. Schoen- lng, II. Harvey, C. Cassidy," R. .Hlg gins, P. Brcadbect; tHn Company- D. Cooke, D. Pratt; C Decker, W. Vetle- sen,' W, Smithy T; V. Lau, and OJ The final inter-company match will be held cu either the first or the sec ond Saturday In June.? The handsom? cup Is now oa display at Punahou. In keeping- with. the. wish of the cadet officers, ilt has been inscribed as folr ' The General Johnson Cup, Shoot ing Honor, 1317. Won .by Com pany, ..-ream jiecahera i.v;i..i.v-. .'. TH E, RtCVLARFMY SOLDI EFV : " . . ' -"; v i - 1 -. .'- . j . . " : . . . - They have picked , U3 up la Texas, c They have picked us up in Idaiae, They have found-us in the city, . They have found us on the plain; T" .a - ..V . . A ik l a.. m - - f -j isuv nmeur wty iia.TO iouna.es..: - Ve are treasures you can bet, And as now we owe the nation . ; We would like to pay the debt - . We have got the bcn and muscle ' 4 Right down to the smallest man,' ;; And nccw aswre are needed . - ' . To defend our glorious land, And well charge iipoa the foemanj- . E a it Austrlr; or German, y V : And with our eaters and our.rlfles V . We can iaake Jhem howl with paia. ': :- -'- v Come folks- call us dandies. And say - we're jus, for show . CV":, And when -war's alarm Is sounded ; To-, the-front, we would never go. . Ch' a? cn you fccaadal-mcaglag rep- V : a t-ov.' ret cf wtat-ycu sroak, f , f- -j c.. I - - O- ' f . .1;a tha regular played the saeak? Ha dIda't:EhIrk at San Juan: . ' ' r.'cr eiaca the day at Eraadywlae. 1 Ard wherever there is flatting ' Yea will flad us right ia line; ' And we're ia it, yo'i can bet It, ' ' ;' , Ercra cur too nails to our head. And well cease our fighting only : Yt'tea we are cut cf breath or d3d. Y.'e have had cur taste of powder Thcarh still quite raw and young; Per frara cur. flshtiag fathers Ar I tha'atlaa that they gave us; ' -. I leeeed and tlssed'ty freadem dear, Caa t9 watched and guarded by us, r Let the .scre-head3-never fear. r' ' - " - C roTT girs t- c:r chance to prove it, To Co, to try and if. need te dia; ; V,v;i-gladly tato cur little ticket Vv.. To that praad, sweet by-and-ty. v A EnG ULA.lt AlthlY. SOLEEIt. C ! I A I n CF a CH ITCCTU r e : C IDNET. , Nfcew - Ce"ta YTale3. Tha fire a chair ef architecture ia 'Australia he. tcca'-cetatlished at Sydney Unl vcrelty, with a foundation yielding its l:e:'-r S10.C a year. ' - ':.. - : - - Vl" '': -: ' QAIRO, EgyptNative "revolts" are causing the Turks a great deal cf trou ble la tha Ansairi Mountains ia Syria. The revolt . started as a result jf the Turkiih gof t rnment's action la sending ,v Turkish, battalioa to the An salri district, ostensibly ,'ta -hunt for deserters; but ;really for taking over the new .harvest;" The conduct of the troops provoked the natives to revolt, and a battle ensued ia s which the Turkish force was defeated with" 200 casualties, while . the v Ansairl lost fewer than 70. mea.: , r The Turks retreated after burning five villages. Later jthe remnant cf me troops was oraerea back to iiama to await reinforcements, then to return to the mountains with a mountain bat tery to punish the revolten. The puni tive expedition had to bs abandoned. however, owing ta tae recelpt.of newj that the Druses of." the Hauran had also refused to give up their crops to the Turkish - fortes-which, had been sent for the purpose. -. As a result of this refusal, a- fifteen,.; days, tattle took place between five Turkish bat talions and the Druses. ", The Turks were agata defeated, thanks to rein forcements received : by r- the Druses from neighboring Arab tribes.' - , - One of the Druse chieftains-who was captured by,' the Turks was con demned to death by crucifixion. , ' ; SIgnor Joaquin S.:WanrelI an nounces a benefit concert to be given in Mission Memc rial Kail on Thurs day, June 7, for the Graduate Nurses SchooL ; ; - " - y:,. Slgaor Wanrell is arranging. now u program .In which . he will appear, assisted ty the best local talent avail able. It-i3 expected that the benefit for this popular organization, will be a pronounced success.: .h v V'-: PEACE LEAGUE'BACK$;VAR Dr. A. Lawrence LowelL' president ;f Harvard University and' chairmaa va- btl rmmlftPA ftf; tha League to Enforce Peace has toade i the following statement: :." '. ; 'The president of the United States, in hi3 message to congress: April 2, declared that our object la waging war 13 to' set up among- the really free and self -governed peoples of the world such, a concert of purpose and faction as. will henceforth insure the; observance of peace and justice ia the life of the world." The League to Enforce Peace, which -."was organ ized for thi3 very object, will loyally support the government of the United States la the prosecution of; the war and in every available : manner- will make knowa the high purpose of the war, to the eld that at its ccaclusica a leaiu3 cr nat:ca3 to en'crca peace raay ta ea v;-v .J , DAILY REF.IIiiDERS -." Make - some 'of today's .want ads eerve YOU -by answering'" a few of e.era. ;':': ' . ; ;;.V Availabl a -household -workers ; read T . . . the YVant AcU unless they are, unJfor-1 tunately, unable.. to read at alL ' . . 'Yanted Two more passengers' for motor party around Island, 4 each. Lewis Garage, phone 2141.- Adv. Get ; acquainted'' with your - city through , answering and investigating tone real estate 'and renting ads.' Tor Distilled Water, ..Hire's Root Eaer and all - other Popular. Drinks try the Con. Soda Water Works Co. --Adv. :- i v V y . : ' f -t ; f,2 . -. - .- I.. i- i ca -1 , . -: --. ; HIcka -She married in haste. : . YTIcks And i repented in leisure, -I lllehs No, she repeated la haste, too. Ccraervllle Journal. : ' , Fc-ntaln Specials omethlnf new 1 every day ii i Jfctal Ct, near Fort is mmmi. ;.;r.- 't,. - s ' V'-;t, "'i--'- v Vy -''V"''- "'-'?5' V'---'- - ,",: '.; Jgvg lT,(..tvvT. r1 a T--" ! ' - . ' ' r . . . ' . .. . f.. . '.i;- ' rr n. i ! :1V -Y: : 'A - ; V-: .s..,--, -V 'r . Y .. ': .a s' LJii "hJL If the Star-Eulletla had net (slaa--fully) rgot busy Saturday tr, o pre' Inent visitora- wto arr'rr I recctt.. frcm the Orient might 1 x ca, the' way homettoday Iastc-1 cf dhl-tte4 guests ct Hawaii far atcut lj. days. They are Mr., and ZIrs. E. E. ilacG.'.l and they 'came very rar going t:? without seeing: C; Vc'.cano.i Now they are net oaly gaha;. to the Elg 13. land but they are ahta takiaj a look at Ilaleakala, ':' . '. - sll all. came .about this way: ?. Mrs. MacGill went through Honolulu: with a ' party; several v- months, ago and stayed here cnly-a few hours.. Shortly afterwards MacGIU 5 follawei and he, too, had - little time to rp?nl ia tSe southern sunshine.;' They.tookMa Ja pan and China from.' top to bcttcra and feel that they know Nippon welt China was their choice, however, and Mrs. .MacGIU rave3 ibout the Peppy Land; -j- " : 'X-vssi 1 When they arrived ia Honolulu they planned to go; directly home -withont seeing. the Volcano as much as they wished to do so.- Theref was too much of a wait between ships and they were anxious to , get- tome.: They promised they would come agala for the great sight.; -vrf.'-,4,vf-: Thb Star-Bullets he T'd,' they were f lannirg .to go " on an, I; rr:3ented -a vigorous iavltatioa - to remain, assum ing them they would regret It all their lives If they did net see such, world wonders as Hawaii cricrsVwhT. a they are so close to. them. In' five minutea the, visitors were won. ': -V : Mr. and" Mrs.; MacGill 'canle ca" a T. K. K." ship and to get home at the earliest possible moment they will lose the benefit, ot those tickets from here to the mainland by Purchasing tickets ca'the Matsoa line;-But anti cipation of what they are to see thb Veekiand next has more than offset this extra expense already..- - '4 .z .The "visitors', leave Wednesday" for Haleakala. : Frcra , Maui they will go on to the Volcano, probably returning here, Saturday faf-a trto around the Island and . other,".- Oaha .attractions next week. . MacGill Is ar prominent '.capitalist and businessman of Great TIIs,' Mon. tana, and SL PauV Minnesota, dealing largely la ranches la the Northwest He is an active end ' enthusiastic Ro tarlan, having or-ranlzed the 1 Eotarv Club , of Great Falls. - He is also per- sonallj - acQualated with a number of the international officers of that .or- ganization and ; has ; bee?'- Invited to speak at the local club, although it is doubtful if his Itinerary- here will jibe with . the Thursday luncheons. Mr. . - I vi. :.v. '----;:.'-'--.rt )-: Per Suit 0 r"j '4.: ciT: -izzl Li t!:3 jr.: :: ": i. t ; -.i , ... tr--":- t tat tl rr oucacicc Jest r erf txUrj l-cac-' J , la tm tatj s4 cssm ti c tha rcL-t Lyt ..." i T :' EOV7 ill "EFFECT: IIOlTOLULTJi- : c:nAL::i;A-t--':;"; "-"-..- :' - -: - - U i J: -. ". and s.: MaeClll.are at' th Hotet- - - -' " r'9'-' "" 3 Ycuag Tlrca r;.ic-3,.wcr3tn!cj whea a . aatome1-'.la at a r-ra ra'crceelaTr. ;v.- f. ' .V- f - f -ir- a r- t -1 1 i :. -,, .-Vr-'r''--.'V-V """ lt--' ; - - , . in J V- - ( - . - - - : -- ' -- - -- - i- -,.'-rrr- i . r - - - f i - r n ' ::-'1 . ' - .' - : I , - "1 s-.-'V-.-'-'.-" ".-'' - :"-' ' .-- .. , ,:-. ' . . v'-V-.--.-.-.- , :-...-. --' 1 r- O 0 it J v O, siJ U - U -: K , . :ayz; J :. '" ia'Crcpo cnd Chilly Dtmn;a the summed ::c:;T::nr -EXCUECION TICICT3, llr.::t:l to C ") daj's from data cf eal2, will b :::i daily at tha regular s:a-To fa: a f;r t'. i re-rd trip tctweea Hcaalala r- 1 Y.-!- a!:a, Ilaleiwa and I FIrztClaei ......tMj C:::-iC:a;j 1.:: ; . . -r . Lle'at. rt. L d;a, privata s::: :ry t3 ,:ral cf Ca: - . ; -v i:f' . ..... ..- r ... ' - r- : .'.I.