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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1917
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TAKE UP DUTIES
Seventy-five reserve officers re
cently graduated from the Schofield
training camp today began their du
ties at various posts under orders
from their different commanders.
Though attached to their respective
regiments last-Monday, they ere Riv
en the week off to get ready for ac
tual duty with troops.
Assignments to companies in the
different regiments is announced as
follows:
Fort Shatter
2nd Infantry. Fort Shatter Capt
William J. Hampton, Company H;
Opt. Lewis Abshire, Company K; 1st
Lieut. Robert D. King, Company I; Is:
Lieut. Wallace McK. Cooper, Com
pany A; 1st Lieut. Henry P. O Sulli
van, Company G; 1st Lieut. Kben S.
Cushingham, Company C; 1st. Lieut.
Harvey I. Caseedy, Company L; 1st
Lieut. George Hutchinson, Company
F; 1st Lieut. WUhelm A. Andersen,
Company H; 1st Lieut. Lewis T. Ly
man, Company K; 1st Lieut. Edward
Card en, Company G; 1st Lieut. Ar
thur C. Betts, Company D; 2nd .Lieut.
Oscar W. Gibson, Company D; 2nd
LienL Allen E. Pannelee, Company
A; 2nd Lieut Edgar Anderson, Com
pany I; Capt Lewis B. Withers, Com
pany B; let Lieut. Fred P. Rawson.
Company M; 2nd Lieut. Charles O.
Murray, Company M; 2nd Lieut.
George H. Thrush, Company F.
First Infantry
lit Infantry, Schofield Barracks
,1st Lieut Theodore B. Marshall,
IN ARMY CAMPS
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Company K; 1st. Lieut Edward J.
Malanlff. Company B; Capt. Phil Con
nitton. Company H; 1st. Lieut. Wil
liam H. Young. Company G; let Lieut.
Hogarth Pettyjohn. Company A; 1st
Lieut. Albert B. Clark. Company M;
1st Lieut. John S. B. Pratt. Jr . Com
pany D; 1st Lieut. Cyril F. Damon,
Company F; 1st Lieut. George T. Bet
tin, Company I: 1st Lieut. Nicholas
Xana-sey, Machine Gun Co.; 1st Lieut
Andrew Farrell, Company C; 1st
Lieut. Paul V. Knudsen. Company E;
2nd Lieut. Allan Renton, Machine
Gun Co : 2nd Lieut. Samuel M. Car
ter. Company B; 2nd Lieut. Alvin K.
Robinson, Company F; 1st Lieut. Ken
neth V. Emerson, Company K; 2nd
Lieut. Herrick C. Brown. Company
L; 2nd Lieut. Donald M. Ladd. Com
pany I; Provisional 2nd Lieut. Joseph
A. Richard, Company C.
25th Infantry
2"th Infantry. Srhofield Barracks
Capt. John D. Easton. Company C;
Lsi Lieut Homer F. McDaniel. Com
pany K; 1st Lieut. W. A. Simpson.
Company M; Capt. Lewis F. Page!.
Company A; let Lieut Abner T.
Lonelev. Company B; 1st Lieut. Frank
A. Lufkin. 'adjutant, 2nd Battalion:
1st Lieut. Robert E. White. Company
C; 1st Lieut. Morris H. Forbes. Com
pany F; 1st Lieut. Chauncey F.
Cleveland. Company D; 1st Lieut.
Fred C. Moore. Company G: 1st Lieut.
Archie W. Brown. Company L; 1st
Lieyt. John F. McDevitt, adjutant. 3rd
Battalion; 1st Lieut Ralph B. Walk
er. Company A; 1st Lieut. Ward D.
Walker. Company H; 1st Lieut. Phil
ip L. Rice, Company I; 2nd Lieut. J.
Atherton Gilman. Company M; 2nd
Lieut. William H. Keller, Company
E; 2nd Lieut Benjamin H. Watson.
Company L; Capt. Herbert T. OBborn.
Company L: 1st Lieut. Albert B. Car
ter, Jr.. Company D; 1st Lieut WII
lard C. Ross, adjutant. 1st Battalion;
2nd Lieut. Harry Henry. Company B.
32nd Infantry
3$nd Infantry, Schofield Barracks
1st Lieut Alexander R. Robertson,
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That the closing of theTerritorial Market
ing Division will NOT cause any boosting of
I prices charged by this market previously
1 published statements to the contrary notwith
standing.;; - The cost of meats to my customers will
continue to depend entirely, as it has in the
past, upon the price that I must pay for it at
wholesale not upon the principle of " what
the traffic will bear."
I believe in patriotic business and detest
food profiteering as thoroughly as does every
sincere patriot.
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Company E; Capt William L. War
ren, Company M; 1st Lieut Kinichl
frakal. Company II; 2nd Lieut. A. Les-
iter Marks. Company I; 2nd Lieut
Fred H. Austin. Company C; 2nd
Lieut Allan S. Davis, Company F;
2nd Lieut. Adington L Wise, Machine
Gun Co.; 1st Lieut Ralph E. Doty.
Company I; 1st Lieut. John G. Wat
kins, Company L; 2nd Lieut. Alfred
R. Baird. Company D; 2nd Lieut. Ad
rian A. Englehard. Machine Gun Co.;
Capt. Herbert E. Wencott, Q. M. R.
C. has been sent to temporary duty
at the quartermaster department.
Fort Shafter, though his regular sta
tion is the local quartermaster office.
Captain Alatau L. C. Atkinson. Q.
M. R. C , has been sent for station to
Schofield Barracks.
Captain Homer G. Davies. S. O. R.
C. hzf joined Company B (Wire), 3rd
Field Battalicn. Signal Corps. Fort
Kamehameha. thu3 rclievirs; Capt.
William T. Peytcn. S. O. K. C.
1st. Lleit. Fay E. McCall. S. O. R.
C, has reported to Company E. ."3rd
j Telegraph Battalion, Signal Corps,
i Fort Shafter.
ARMY ORDERS
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So much of paragraph 3, special or
ders. No. 228. these headquarters, cur
rent series, as relates to Sergeant 1st
Class John A. Brush, Medical depart
ment. ib revoked.
The following named enlisted men
ae transferred as privates to the 6th
Aero Squadron. Aviation Section,
Signal Corps, and will proceed to
Fort Kamehameha, H. T.. reporting
on arrival to the commanding officer.
Coast Defenses of Oahu, for duty with
the organization to which transferred.
Private Norman L. Holmes, Company
E. 53d Telegraph Battalion. Signal
Corps; Corporal Leonard L. Carna
han, Machine Gun Troop; Mess Ser
geant George H. Morrison, Machine
Gun Troop; Sergeant Hugh Inman
Troop H; Sergeants Joseph H. Huf.
and Jacob Rosenthal, Troop K, 4th
Cavalry; and Sergeant Joseph W.
Philli.6, Company L, 1st Infantry.
Battalion Sergeant Major James D.
Nolan, Headquarters company, 2d In
fantry, is transferred as private to
the Quartermaster corps, and will
proceed to Honolulu. H. T., reporting
on arrival to the Department Quar
termaster for duty with the Detach
ment Quartermaster corps, Honolulu
Deppt
Private Thomas J. Kelley, Coast
Artillery Corps, 6th Company, Oahu,
is transferred to the Quartermaster
corps, and will report to the com
manding officer, Coast Defenses of
Oahu, for assignment to duty and sta
tion. Private 1st Class Lovell G. Hite.
Quartermaster Corps, Schofield Bar
racks, H. T Is transferred as private
to Company E, 53d Telegraph Battal
ion, Signal Corps.
A general court-martial is appoint
ed to meet at the general court-martial
room. Post Headquarters, Scho
field Barracks, H. T at the call of
the president thereof, for the trial of
such persons as may be properly
brought before it. Detail as follows:
Lieut Col. Frederick T. Arnold,
Cavalry; MaJ. John D. Burnett, Infan
try; Capt Paul R. Manchester, 32nd
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NEW PATROL IS 14 1 TRANSFER TO
TO GUARD VATERi ORDNANCE DEPOT
Mtmhtri r.f fmrmnw I 1 fit Tin.
waiian Infantry, have been selected to
form a provisional company, relieving
the company now on guard OTer the
city water supply in Nuuanu valley.
Those in the new patrol are:
From Headquarters co.: 1st. Sgt. J.
O. O Bannon. Stable Sgt. George Pali.
Sgt Bugler Maxwell D. McLean. Pvt.
John Watson.
From Company A: Sgt William
Kealoha, Corp. George Keawe, Pvts.
Hanford Harrison, Kelii Kama, Harry
Williams. Sam Kalahele, James Kau
hane. Henry Amioka, Jos. H. Richards,
Silvester Kapana, Dan Keliipuloolo,
Joseph Kaukani, Sum Ikeole, James
Mahea.
From Company C: Privates George
McGowan, Cedoro Cruz. C. B. Wilson,
Sam Kaialoha, Charles Holu. Willitm
Watson. King lacorna, George Kaoo,
Sam Kananu, William Peters. Ray
mond Poeki.
From Company I: Privates Albert
Arcin, Joseph Akana. Clement Aona,
Mike Bogdanof, Kele Freeman, John
Mclrvine. John Kahuena.. Jackson Keo
puihi, John Kaleikini, John Kiaha.
Dan Kahapea, E. K. Nihoa.
From Company K: Privates George
C. Ani, Shea Young, Kim Kwan You,
Ah Hung Lun, Ah Tau Choe, Loo An
I Fey. Oh Han Kook.
The commanding officer. Company
L, will detail eighteen men to the pro
visional company from members of
his organization having previous ex
perience on the Nuuanu Water Guard.
Capt. W. G. Allen is assigned t com
mand of the provisional company and
will be assisted by Lieut. Philip Sing,
The change will be made on Wedne i
day.
CHAPLAIN FEAU IS
ORDERED TO COAST)
Father Ignatius Fealy. chaplain of
the 1st and 9th Field Artillery at Scho
field., Barracks, has received orders to
leave on the next transport for the
coast
Chaplain Fealy has been at Scho
field Barracks for more than three
years and has ueen expecting orders
to leave ever since last spring. He is
one of the most popular men at the
barracks and numbers his friends by
the hundred among the civilian popu
lation of Honolulu.
Infantry; Capt. Eugene Robinson, 25th
Infantry; Capt George L. Converse,
Jr., Cavalry; Capt. David E. Cain, 9th
Field Artillery; Capt Ernest Sedla
cek, 9th Field Artillery; Capt. John
O. Hoskins, 1st Field Artillery; Capt.
Gilbert P. Kearns, 1st Field Artillery;
Capt. Perry M. Smoot, 1st Infantry, U.
S. R.; Capt James H. Barbin, 25th In
fantry, U. S. R,; First Lieut. Bryce F.
Martin, Infantry; First Lieut. Otto E.
Pentz,- 25th Infantry; Capt Walter S.
Greacen, 1st Infantry, judge advocate.
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TODAY'8 NEWS TODAY
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Forty-one enlisted men from the
various posts on this island are trans
ferred as privates second-class to the
ordnance department. Hawaiian Ord
nance Depot, through orders made
public today. They are as follows:
4th Cavalry Sgt. John Robinson.
Troop G; Pvts. 1st class John J. Mu
cha. Machine Gun Troop, end Walter
E. Kah'.er. Troop A-;' Pvts. John J.
Ryan. Troop B; Thomas Skrobut.
Troop E; Luther C. Williams, Troop
F.
1st Field Artillery Sg;. I-awrence
tawler. Battery C; Cpl. Joseph Pasz
czak, Battery I); Mechanic William U
Timer. Headquarters Cnmpany; Me
chanic Harry M. Freeman. Battery I";
Pvts. Joe Met:, Supply Company, ani
( laud L. Roark, Battery p..
:th Field Artillery Pvts. 1st Class
David Goldman. Battery B; Clarence
W. Roberts. Battery B; Harry Haslem,
Battery B," and Franklin C. Prentice,
Battery E; Pvts. Albert M. Brunelle.
Battery F, and Charles T. Perkins.
Battery F.
Coast Artillery Corps Cpl. Albct
E. Reynolds. 8th Company, Oahu; Me
chanic lxuis Roscoe, 1st Company.
Oahu; Pvt. 1st Class James K. Har
ringron, 11th Company, Oahu; Pvt.
George J. Cornell. 3rd Company. Oahu.
1st Infantry Cpl. Grover Collins
Company U and Leslie Dent. Machine
Gun Company; Pvts. Victor D. Breu
Hie. Company C; Nick Sibro. Company
15; David M. Robinson, Company F;
V'ictor Hansen. Company K.
2nd Infantry Cpls. Alfred M. Rork.
Company 1, Noah N. Kaufman, Com
pany F. and Frank Wisniewski. Com
pany D; Pvats. John T. Gale, Com
pany B; John E. Reynolds. Company
G. and Steel M. Campbell. Company H.
32nd Infantry Mechanic William J.
Reatty. Company K; Mechanic John
W. Lamb, Company L; Pvts. 1st Class
Elkan Liemer, Company C; David
Lund, Company C, and William J.
Engle. Company D; Pvt. Frank P.
Cunningham, Company G.
BRIDGENS CONSIDERED
EXPERT ON EXPLOSIVES
t Lieut. S. O. Bridgens, news of whose i
j commission in the national army was j
(recently received by cable at depart
jment headquarters. Is being congratu
lated by his many mends ootn in ana
out of the service.
Lieut. Bridgens is a native of Kan
sas and has served in the coast ar
tillery branch for the last twenty
years. He is a graduate of the torpedo
depot of the School of Submarine De
fense at Fort Totten, N. Y., and is gen
erally recognized among the coast de
fenses as an expert on high explo
sives. While no orders have been received
as to his assignment to foreign serv
ice, his many friends will not be sur
prised to hear that Lieut Bridgens has
been selected for duty in Russia in the
reorganization of the Russian artillery.
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The Territorial Marketing Division never
has been regarded by me as a competitor,
because I have not considered its goods any
where as good as mine. I have never felt
the least interest in its business; as a matter
of fact I did not know that plans were afoot
to close its retail division until I read of them
in the newspapers.
Again I wish to reassure the public that
the closing of that establishment will in no
way affect prices here, and that when whole
sale meat prices are reduced, my retail prices
will drop accordingly,
I believe in and live up to the rule:
Allt"
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Christmas
Ideas
Galore!
If you need an inspiration
ycu will find our store just
teeming with useful articles
suitable for Christmas gifts.
e are prepared to ni9h things
through our various depart
nents to get them out in time
for the
Christmas Steamers
one of which sails this week.
A courteous, efficient sales
force awaits tout commands.
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