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I I , if It for cooling sod&s and soft v-: drink. V Dishes and Bowls of all sizes at very reason. . able prices. Japanese Bazaar ' Fort St, opp. Catholic Chnrr.h t Z? " ; r- 7- 320 GETS WE TO PROVE METTLE Two days of strenuous defensive practise against theoretical Undine parties, which was brought to a close Friday afternoon, gave the entire 32d , Infantry, Hawaii own, its ffm real! chance to prove the big part It cau play If this Island Is ever attacked by an enemy. Officers who saw the problems worked out on the sandy stretches or beach between VValalua and Waimea bays, told the Star-Bulletin today that, the men did themselves proud, arid that every problem undertaken was satisfactorily completed. Sixteen machine guns from the re' ' anA nir thp riflemen as well withstood the attack of wooden tar gets, puncturing them like sieves tt ranges that varied from 1000 to uuo yards. The targets were made to rer resent landing boats and were pro pelled across the field of fire by email sails. The infantrymen were hidden here and there along the beach and could not ba seen by observers at sea. GOOD RECORDS MADE AT SHAFTER TARGETS REGISTRATION FOR SECOND RESERVE WAR RELIEF ON LlllLtUCwuiLO PLACE WREATH ON COMRADE'S T01 1U0RG1ZD HHPS NOW M Enlisted Man to Get His Chance After this Camp is Enrolled SAN FRANCISCO, Cal The fcam-e o' a civilian to bptonie ar. of; iter in th new army ha dwindled. The chance went on July K. On that date registration for the :ind officers' re serve camp closer.. The camp Is to open at the I'ret-iaio here on Au?usi n U I , Makes smootH- JJL est ice cream, easily and quickly, because of the famous Lightning Wheel-her and Automatic Twin; Scrapers, Saves ice and salt, too. . Lasts longer becaate of electrically welded, rounds steel hoops can't Call off; and can wuh steel bottom can't leak or faUout0 - .- . r Tested and Approved hy . s 9 fc i ' h'?$: Good; Housekeeping v. v. institute Tor Sale by V. W. Dimond & Co., Eciiolala' Ci'A Phone 4937 nnrnnanv a 2d Infantry. Fort S.haf- er, led the Second Battalion in the target practise, wnicn came 10 u on Saturday, having a total of 11 men who finished with rating of expert marksmen. Company F had nine marksmen, Confpany H, eight; and Company E, seven. Of the four companies of the bat talion, 51 men will draw Increased pay for excellence in shooting, and only four men In all failed to qualify. Ma J. Frank C. Bolles Is In command of the battalion. v ; . ARMY ORDERS First Lieut Charles M. Steese, Coast Artillery; 1st Lieut.' Stiles M. Decker and 1st Lieut. Robert Sears, Infantry, D. O. L4 have been selected with eight other officers from various branches of the army for detail in the ordnance department. Maj. Robert P.. Howell, 1st Lieut. William E. R. Coven and Capt. Paul S. Reinecke, Con of Engineers, Ha waiian department, have been instruct ed to proceed to San Francisco for farther orders. - ; . v Col. B. W. Atkinson, 59th Infantry, formerly of the 22nd Infantry, has been relieved as division Instructor of the 8th Tentaffle Division. National Guard, and will join his regiment 'Edward E. : Massee has been ordered to proceed to New York, Eastern de nartment, as assistant in the office oi the judge advocate.' -: , You Cczz3t l)9 ' ;xn A Uemedy That ' 'r T - .' i i rise t. I - After tii cafr.p it is the purpose of the war dpanmeiit to name its officers for ail new Increments from uie regular army, the national guard and ihe selective dralt units actual ly in training. The candidates at this second offi cers' reserve camp will come from the eight states in-ibe western de partment of the arrr.y. This camp Will provide line officers for the sec end increment of C'MOOO. All offi cers not supplied by this and other camps will como from the regular army, the national guard and drafted forcqs. Therefore all officers named after this second camp closes wiil be from the ranks, and the only way a civilian will Qualify for the straps will be through extra effort after he has be come a member of the selective draft armyt In view of this fact, it is expected Uhat there wiil be aa overwhelming itumDer oi applications for this sec ond camp. Th local caanp will ha limited to 1C00 men. It is expected there will be more than, that num ber of applications from this city alcne. Those denied admission will lose their last chance to become of ficers under the present system. Due to the vast strength of the new army there will be plenty of oppor tunity for officers' positions even af ter the reserve officers' camps, the regulars and. the national guard have supplied their quotas. The selection ol men from the new army for straps will depend upon merit in service, military experience and executive ability. The embryo officers in the present camp are now under tha big guns, While the cannons boom tliey are be ing put through all ofthe maneuvers ot an army in action. It is as close to actual warfare as possible. ,The big guns, which have been sup plied by a battery of the national jguArd field artillery, are being used j ior me tworoid purpose of giving j the rookies nerve and practise in hfeavy ordnance. The gun, practise 'marks the opening of the second per- iod of intensive training, which is 4T u "ITERS ITT1C I VOl PIUS. A I J Makes Life Worth Living CmuIm bars signature ..':, A r Z:;CZ cf Iron la the jn A dttdic tnrM nit i,e CX27 colcrlcxs ticea but Vj wO creatly hehp most pale-faced peop! CARTER MEDICINE pOMPANY, T Murray St; New xora. j MAN U FACTURERS' SHOE STORED 7 i isoa V V V , 1073,- f ( j r 18M-C5 . ph.'la. L J, f) Chicago Hen's Bannister ShdesnW at $10.0a vill shoWly raised to $12 or $14. hri HE continual rise in the price JL of Jhese shoes will shortly call for an advance in the selling price i ;.:'v-' v--, ':. : - v ; By. buying those in stock at pres ent at the price of $0, you are practically buying at the wholesale price of today. ! '.'''yvy ' t. -. . . 1051 Port St. Ml expected to be more severe than the ; first -In this period the rookies, who are presumed to have learned practically all of the rudiments of drilling, will chow what they are capable of doing "under tfire.' All that will distin guish this period from a real cam paign will be the blank shot in the guns. The ernes who pass success fully through this ordeal wfll be en abled to go into the trenches In landers and lead a charge or direct U gun attack. ' In connection with this big gun , Jrill the rookies are being Initiated !into some of the fi&e points of range 6hooting at Fort Barry. Two com panies at a time are being taken to the fort for lessons in sighting, air currents, perspectives and all other elements connected with effective rifle ort - The first intensive, period included such features as saddling a horse, assembling the harness for & cavalry steed after it had been purposely "scrambled" to test the rookies' edu cation in the line of equine equip ment, and bridge building. The men also learned to saddle and 'Tide a horse correctly, although this was hard on many who have never rid den anything harder than a seat in a street car. The second camp is expected tobe much the same, and the ambitious civilians are lining up with a test. THE. NAME OF FRANCE (By Dr. Henry Van Dyke.) Give us a name to "fill the mind With the shining thoughts that lead mankind Tha glory of learning, the Joy of art A name that tells of. a spendld part In the long, long toil and the strenu ous fight Of the human race to win its way From theancfent darkness into the day of freedom, brotherhood, equal right A name like a star, a name of light: I give you France! Give mi a name to stir the blood Vith a warmer glow and a swifter flood At the touch of a courage that con quers fear A name like the call of a trumpet, clear And silver-sweet and iron-strong, That brings three million men to their feet. Ready to march and steady to meet The foe who threatens that name with wrong A name that rings like a battle-song; I give you France! Give us a name to move the heart With the strength that noble griefa , impart A name that speaks of the blood out- . poured To save mankind from the sway of the sword A name that calls the world to share The burden of sacrificial srife Where the cause at stake is the world's free life And the rule of the people every where A came like a vow, a name like a . prayer: I give you France I Organization of a Maui branch of the War'Relier committee of Hawaii is bein? effected today on the Valley island by Alfred Castle, executive of ficer and treasurer Of the rommitt. He left Saturday nteht on the 'lanoa lor Kahuiui and will return cn the bteamer tomorrow morning. It is expected that Mrs. Frank Raid win will le named as chairman of the Maui branch, as she has acted as the committee's representative cn Maui (Tariag its previous activities, and did the best work of anyone arpoftued outside Honolulu, according to locsl officers of the committee. It is considered likely that the next step will be to orcanize the work on Hawaii and Kauai. The War Relief committee of Hawaii is the territorial representative of the American Kea Cross, ami raise ! $2.", 000 in the Red Cross week campaign a few weeks ago. n RUGER SURGEON IS GRAFTED PROMOTION Dr. Fdmund W. -Uayley, 1st lieu tenant in the medical resrrve corps. Fort Ruger, has received his com mission as major. The commission is dated from June 20. Dr. Bayley has been in the federa' service for 10 years, haviag made two tours to the Philippines. o - MAJOR HAWKINS ASSIGNED TO INSPECTOR-GENERAL Maj. Hamilton S. Hawkins, 4th Cav alry, has been detailed in the inspector general's department and ordered to report to the commanding general of the Hawaiian department to succeel Maj. Herbert O. Williams, whose tranj fer from this department was announc ed in the Star-Bulletin on Saturday. Maj. Americua Mitchell, who is wei; known in Hawaii, has been detailed in the inspector s department and or dered to proceed to the central depart ment. Maj? Mitchell was recently at Laredo, Texas. . WAR VETS ENTERTAIN AT MILITARY BALL General Frederick Funston Post No. 24 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars entertained at a military-ball in the armory on Saturday night. Governor L. E. Pinkham and General Charles G. Treat, department commander, were among the guests of honor. First Sergeant . P. O'Keefe, senior vice c timander of the order, and Last respects were paid Joe Goo- salve. 12-year-old newsie who was 1 crushed under a large truck while at play on, Friday afternoon, by the members cf the Honolulu Star-Bulletin's newsboy fraternity, at the fu neral yesterday afternoon. Following the body to the grave was a gloomy appearing little group of seven newsiea, friends of Joe, and representing the 40 or &0 newsies vwth whom he used to sell papers. They took with them a specially made wreath which was donated by contri butions from the newsboys. On Friday afternoon Joe Gonsalvec was romping 'around in Queen street back of the Star-Bulletin building. Without watching, he ran under the wheel of a heavy dray that was pass ing and was crashed to death. For two days there was not the usual shouting and cheering when the papers came off the press. On Sat urday afternoon before the first edi tion had been run off, John Medinos, newsboy who lost his legs some year3 ago and now wheels about town in a chair, gathered about $5 in small do nations of 5 and 10 cents from the newsboys. A wreath was made to o.der and the committee of seven fol lowed in the funeral procession and saw the wreath placed in a prominent place above the body of the dead boy. MAUI CANE SUFFERS FROM LACK OF RAIN vt1 . TO THE TOOUS VOLCAH 0 HOUSE DIEEOTliY OVERLOOKING THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA 4 COVERS ALL EXPENSES Steamer every Wednesday and Saturday Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. Phone 4941 Queen Street (Special SUr-Bolletm Corrupondenc) WAILUKU, Maui, July 13. Tha drought which is becoming severe In most sections of Maul is beginning to cause considerable apprehension on the plantations and ranches. Throughout central Maui irrigation systems have been taxed to their capacity for some weeks, in spite of rrhich some of the new cane is begin ning to show the effects of lack of moisture. j In the homestead district of Haiku complaint is also beginning to be heard, though this is offset in con siderable degree by the fact that the weather has been ideal for harvest fng the pineapple crop, now at its height. "Next mail from San Francisco will arrive Wednesday morning on the Matson liner Matsonia. Mrs. O'Keefe, led the grand march. Sergt. O'Keefe was decorated with so many medals that they covered al most the entire front of his blouse. About 180 Veterans of foreign warr are now in Honolulu and it is their purpose to give relief and support to the families of men who died In the foreign, service of this country- mm m k 1 m e r a m. - . Baffin of Gasoline Then I might just as well throw my grav ity hydrometer away?" "You said it, Mr. Motorist." "Listen, the boiling point of gasoline ab solutely control its starting qualities, accel erating qualities, power-giving qualities. Gravity has nothing to do with it. "To get the most out of your motor, your gasoline must have the correct series cf . boiling points in a gradually rising; un broken chain tow boiling points for easy starting, medium boiling points for qukk and smooth acceleration, high boiling points for power and mileage. "And only straight -distillation can give this. No mixture can embody ad the,hin dreds of intervening fractions nectssary for a perfect motor fueL To be certain of. straight-distilled, cn mixed gas, buy . j RED CROWN ThfGaaoEntofQaality STANDARD OIL , T -JV- " - i fit -ii i rtn -iirnii, i i ifcrMgMit ir i piTJTifl'i'T1 " " 7"' iii ' 'Tr wmm m riff.: .1 j YES, just the same as your delicious, brown v buttered hot morning toast. The tobacco -it's toasted. This toasting has given you the real Burley cigarette at last. Until now it couldn't be made; now the toasting holds thfc flavor and keeps, the cigarette fresh. ; Of course you'll want to smoke the real Burley cigarette be cause it's Burley, toasted. Burley is "blame good" tobacco; and you smokers are for it. Begin trying it today: Lucky Strike, the real Burley cigarette it s toasted. v i T v 71' ' . 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