THE PACIFIC COMMEECTAL ADYEB.TISEE, HONOLULU, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1909.
Army and Navy News
Let Us Do
THE DUSTLESS WAY.
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PRICES FOR CLEANING Rugs, ten cents per yard; 1 Carpets,
nine cents; Portieres, fifty and seventy-five cents a pair; Mattresses,
seventy-five cents and one dollar each.
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NOTE. The vacuum method will not remove grease, paint, chewing-gum,
wax, Ink or other stains, but will take out the dust and
dirt and leave the goods fresh, sw eet and clean.
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Captain Harry P. Wilbur, Coast Ar
tillery Corps, is relieved from the 2Sth
Company and is to come to Honolulu
to report to the commanding officer of
the Honolulu artillery district, for
duty. Captain Wilbur married a Ho
nolulu girl a few years ago who was
formerly. Miss Mamie Widdifleld. Her
sister Adele married an Army officer
Major Winslow's Orders.
When Company G, Second Battalion
of Engineers, arrives here on May 12
from the Coast to replace - Company
A, First Battalion, Major Winslow
will be switched from the command of
the First to the command of the Sec
, ond Battalion. By this change the
order of military service will be better
preserved. The engineers have been
; paid off and will sail for the Coast
on the Logan, which is due here from
Manila tomorrow. Captain Otwell, whol
was for some time in charge of all
j Army engineering work here until suc
' ceeded by Major Winslow, and now in
command of Company A, accompanies
i his command. Mrs. Otwell will also
i leave Honolulu after a residence here
of about three years.
Doughboys Paid Today. ;
Major Beecher B. Ray, paymaster,
may pay off the Twentieth Infantry
battalion at Fort Shaf ter today, and
some time during the latter part of
the present week the two squadrons
of the Fifth Cavalry at Schofield Bar
racks, Leilehua, will be paid off. Tho
paying off of these three commands
aggregates something like $28,000.
Hit Targets Without Bullets.
Proficiency in marksmanship on the
part of the enlisted men o& the Army
is sought by the military authorities.
After a thorough test made by the
! board of Ordnance and fortification of
; the War Department, it has been de
I cided to use the subtarget gun ma-
chine and recording rifle rod outfits in
1 training soldiers in the use of small
I arms. Major General J. Franklin Bell,
the chief of staff, has issued, a circu
lar to the service stating that the ord
nance department will issue on req-
I uisition one subtarget gun machine to
each squadron of cavalry and batta
lion of infantry and not to exceed ten
recording rifle rod outfits for small
arms sighting and aiming instruction
to each troop of cavalry and to each
company of infantry, coast artillery,
engineers and signal corps.
About $40,000 has been spent by the
War Department to procure these sets
of apparatus. In all about 135 subtar
get gun machines have been pur
chased at $250 each, and 7900 recording
rifle rod outfits. "
With the subtarget rifle machine
soldiers may practise shooting indoors
without a rifle range, and without the
use of shells. The machine may be
described as a rifle with a captive
bullet, the course of which from rifle
to target is visible. The objective tar
get is located sixty feet from the
marksman, who handles the rifle free
ly. The gunholder is so designed and
"constructed that it Is absolutely im
possible to secure an artificial point
of rest with which to steady the gun
in aiming, the complete holder being
so counterbalanced that only the
weight of the firearm is supported by
the marksman. The rifle is held, aim
ed and discharged in . the ordinary
way. The work performed by an ex
pensive cartridge is effected by sim
ple mechanical contrivance. No am
munition is used. Its cost is saved
and all danger from accidents elim
inated. Instead of ammunition a
needle pierces a small subtarget in
exactly the spot aimed at on the. ob
jective target. '
America to Train Cuban Army.
Three young officers of the Ignited
States Army have gone to Havana to
undertake the work of creating an ef
fective, well-drilled and well disci
plined Cuban Army.
These officers, who have been as
signed by the Secretary of War to
undertake this work, are Captain P.
S. Golderman of the Coast Artillery
Corps, Captain George G. Gatley of
the Field Artillery and Captain Frank
Parker of the Eleventh Cavalry. Each
is under thirty years of age.
To Captain Golderman, a native of
New York, will be intrusted the crea
tion of a Cuban Coast Artillery Corps,
trained with the view of manning the
defenses, particularly of Havana and
Captain Parker, a South Carolinian,
1 will see to it that the youngest of re
i publics has a cavalry detachment
: trained along American lines.
! Captain Gatley, who hails from
j Mains, will give his attention to the
, mobile artillery, paying special atten
tion to -the training of field and moun
tain gun detachments.
WASHINGTON, April 16. Secretary
of War Dickinson today announced
the following Army appointments:
Colonel J J. Augur, Tenth Cavalry, to
be brigadier general on the retire
ment of Brigadier General John B.
Kerr, commanding the mounted ser
vice school at Fort Leavenworth, May
20; Brigadier General William H. Car
ter, commanding the Department of
Luzon, to be a major general, on the
; retirement of Major General John F.
Weston, commanding the Department
of California, November 13, 1909: Col
onel J. G. D. Knight, Corps of- En
gineers, to-be a brigadier general, vice
Carter, promoted, and Colonel Marion
P. Maus, Twentieth Infantry, to be
brigadier general on the retirement of
General Knight in January, 1910
Back on Ships.
MARE ISLAND. April 23. Orders
were received today at the Marine Bar
racks on the Mare Island yard to the
'effect that two squads, consisting of
ty-five marines," are to be sent to the
cruisers California and South Dakota
by the first of May. It is expected
that the orders for "the marines to be
placed on the othr vessels of the fleet
will arrive during- the next few days.
SEATTLE, Washington, April 22. A
special from the navy yard, Puget
Sound, says: Spurred on by the record
made by the sister ship St. Louis, the
cruiser Milwaukee yesterday smashed
all records for" coaling ship. Officers, as
well as men, stripped down and heaved
coal. In nine and a naif hours the
crew took aboard 1500.7 tons. A total
of 218 men, including those who weigh-
ea ana iamea tne coal, took part in the
The average taken aboard per hour
was 158 tons, and the best record made
for one hour was 208 tons. The world's
record heretofore was held by the bat
. Sentence Is Approved.
The Secretary of the Navy has ap
proved the findings and sentence in the
court martial case of Lieut.-Commander
Harry H. Caldwell, attached to the Mil
waukee as navigator. He was charged
with conduct to the prejudice of good
order and discipline, the charge being
Daseo. on tne allegation that he was ren
dered unfit for duty by immoderate in
dulgence in intoxicants. He was found
guilty and sentenced to loss of fifteen
numbers in his grade, and to be repri
manded by the reviewing authority.
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