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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1910.
11 ARMY AND NAVY NEWS 1854 ; pur; 3at y :lf . u-i vou w-nt to call now wLt-n you wish to speak Th vita any-one E. 0. HALL 4 SON, LTD. "We iave i-ai an Exchange installed and the several numbers that BOw ap;",:r in tije temporary Telephone Directory under our name are no lopger of v?c. is the only one you need. Tfci? Escbarge is the first one installed here under the new system and we want to 'slow that it works to the complete satisfaction of all wfco have occasion to isse it. If any one has any trouble in getting us pron.ptlv on the phone, please oblige us by reporting the fact to us. We Lave spent a lot of money putting in a system so that any one should be able to get us promptly from any part of this Island and if there is anv defect in the service, we want to know it so that it can be corrected at once. Tours for an improved phone service, E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Phone 1S34. Fort and King Streets, Honolulu. t the 'HIS Will- at the lay is ti!l practi-i' or IJ iiinor still li;!- it t i i i arit!.' ti.'i't wii! i-. !i:c ;. tt'i' l'': Ilt'ii vc; ;i i T i i 1 1 J eoii fi l !ii:it i ! . u ha- lu'i'M it'1'' naval tatio!i. Ma ia'ia the location of a!i tariM-t : the I'acUic ll.-et. but ti;- ---n,)t'r i- that i the ii. -ivy department ha- not ." shaped ; its plans that s.uue of the practise is : nut held in Hawaiian waters. The 1 i lan. Is are popularly iielii-ved to form i the center of the future theater of j naval warfare, and it would seem proper that the navy department reeog- I iuze the theater, shift its tleet here an inquiry into the accounts and ear- j utilize the stage for rehear:i!s and hold rison work of the troop. I maneuvers and target practise in waters i The new inspection will be designed ) i i T i, , n,. O..u0 rxf T0 show the ortie.ienev of the troops in which some dav mav be the scene or . , , , 1 ! the theoretical work taught army ot- ! actual conflict. ; fleers at the various schools and pro- j The war department has been setting vided for in the various drill regula- the stage for several years. The laud tions. 'background has been dotted with for- Dates for Station Changes. tirications, army post and all the para- Preliminary notice was sent out on phernalia o war has been placed at September lb' by the chief of staff to adva nt ai places, designed to offset the commanders of the troops that will .,"...-. .ift.,,.1: tll. with IU...HS 1.7 ' 1 . ....... , t..,,- i....u it With jurae of the fortifica- lA ' - " warshii j Hons equipped with great guns, hre j control stations in readiness and elec- trical communication leading from ob servation stations to these batteries, the time appears ripe for the navy de- 111 1 . The general order for the move ment .of the troops to and from the Philippines will not be issued before Secretary uf War Dickinson returns in November. The sth Cavalrv will sail j part ment to take cognizance ot wiiat for the 1'hilippines on December 5. I the army has done and to cooperate UMo.. aiKi the 7th Cavalrv on February j with the military. Sham attacks on the -K jon. The l.'th Cavalry will return i part of the fleets, defense by the land fr0,n the Philippines on 'the January batteries ami troops, a test ot tne nie .-, I0at, to take the station of the St h. controls, could easily be shaped into The 13th Cavalry will return from the a program which would be of value to jsi;,,ls March to relieve the 7th at both the war and navy departments. Fort Hiley. Kansas. There, will be no other movements of the troops than this before March lo. 11U1. SAYBGUSA 8 l i 1 Dress Patterns of Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe and Lawn. Ladies' and Babies' Jackets of Silk Crepe, Silk and Cotton. SILK KDMONOS AND Hand-Curved Ivories for Ornaments. Nuuanu Street Above Hotel. Cruisers to the Boneyard. VALLEJO, September 21. A report has reached this navy yard from Wash- (QREANS STAYED IN ington that the navy department will ( cpppiAl RFOIIFCT not authorize the commissioning of the ( Dl orClIHL rSDUUtDI cruisers Cincinnati, anil Kaleigh the firr of the vear. as was previously or dered. If the report is true it is prob able that the thousand of dollars spent in overhauling the vessels will be com pletelv wasted, the two ships being -I SAN FRAXCI.X'O. September 27. Prof. Howard Smith, of Wisconsin university, who filled the chair of law at Stanford last year, arrived yester dav from the Orient, where he has been simi.lv tied ui to buovs in the stream s1eiunng nis summer vacation, lie was in il'uiii me uay iscouni xeiaucui, who succeeded the late Marquis Ito as i esideTit-seneral. arrived at the Ko- until they become unht tor service. The decision of the department is said to be the result of a determination rean capital not to further increase the size ot tne The arrival was made the occasion Asiatic tleet, to which the Cincinnati for ;l j,u.,r military display, but to ami Raleigh were to !e attached. Ac- professor Smith the most unusual cordiii" to the latest official information f,.a;lire of the occasion was the total received here, the Cincinnati and Ua-k-iuh were destined to take the place of "the Cleveland, which recently arriv ed' here from the Orient for repairs, and the Chattanooga, her si-tt-r ship, which . . . i . i .-...i 'was ordered, to me iremenou a similar overhauling. absence from the- streets of all Ko reans. He made inquiries and found that the la panose authorities, determined that the new governor should have a ear dial -welcome, had ordered all Koreans to remain indoors, and there were little brown soldiers convenient! v located to According to good authority, now ever, the places of these la-t n a hied see that the order was obeyed, vessels in the Asiatic tleet are to be left unfilled. As no official orders to the coutary Meats at the Alexander Young Cafe are served with two or three vegetables and the price is not greater than is charged in places where one is served. The service and surroundings are better. have been received, however, the work on the two ships will be finished imme diatelv after the departure from the yard of the West Virginia. Maryland and South Dakota. On the last named vessel the work of installing the new eight-inch guns has lust been complete. i sansiaciutu. This' will be the last regunning job which Mare Island will do. similar won- SEND THEM SOME PROMOTION LITERATURE WJXNIPF.ii. September If The In dians and the old-timers, neither of whom are often wrong in their predie- sav that the coming winter will be one of the coldest on record. They point to the fact that the fur-bearing 1 .. ' . - A l ' . 1. .... 1 I .... ha vim been completed on the other ". -'"e gi o i ug t im cruisers of the Pacific fleet as well as coats than customary; that muskrafs The labor lU COU- Ut. niumini; un-n uuuaia iaij;ci ti nu ach case "lgner tnan is tne custom in miiu wiu ; ters; that the bears are starting to 'make their dens in the most protected Moore on Independence. I places they can find, and the little chip- YALLK.TO. September 21. Capt. C. nmnks and gophers are also preparing B. T. Moore has been .elected by the on the Chevenue. nection with the work in amounted to about $6000. Trade winds make the nights cool. Just right for an auto ride to JHALEIWA ICT CIEPTDIPITV LL I LLLUmiUMI Launder Your Clothes In a sanitary manner in your own home with : me mor niecinc Washer and Wringer Makes washing a spare time task instead of an all-day's job. M&r i i4f ?P V ir o v. i - it l b iii m. The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. READ THE ADVERTISER navy department: to succeea iuinmu dore F.dnuind 15. Underwood, retired. ;is commanding o t1i.ee r of the Independ ence at Mare Island. Captain Moore will not come to Mare Island as a stranger, having been on luty hi? re for three years prior to his issignrnent to the billet of naval gov- should be readv for a verv cold winter with lots of snow. emor at Samoa some six rears ago. Py a strauge coincidence. Commodore Underwood and Captain Moore have been relieving each other at various stations for the last six vears. Captain Moore having relieved Commodore Un derwood, who was tiie iirst naval gov ernor of Samoa and who eanie to Mare Island when Moore left here. j Later Commodore Underwood was in ; command ot tne t oiorado and was oe- j tached on account of ill health when i lie was again relieved by Moore, who is now to succeed him when he gives up active duty. J Army in Poor Shape. j WASHINGTON, September 13. If, criticism is calculated to benefit the , armv. then Uncle Sam's soldiers should, profit much in tie- annual report of . Inspector General Gariiugton. just made public. j The report mentions a whole batta lion of artillery staiting for the Phil ippines without a single Held ofticer, and one of the bait. ii.- commanded by a second lieutenant of le- than two vears' service. The inspector general declares this absence of captains from tle-ir command.-, is "the nuts fruitful -ourco of profeioual diense in the line of the army t.clay. '' In one department nearly a third of the line oilier were absent from their command.-, and a It o-t her the Situation, according to the inspector general, war rants the prediethiti of disastrous re salts. Tiie obvious remedy, he says, is The provision of a -'lihcooit number of -i.oerior o:ii-er to replace those on de- j tail. i Major General P.el! says the army is I whollv unprepared for field service. He i sav the new regulations are almost I entirely theoretical or dependent upon 1 the experience of European armies. Our ; transportation, he says, is the same as at the beginning of the Uivil War, for our armv has so far failed to make use 1 of automobiles, traction engines and, other modern appliances in the field. I Tht' weakness could b remedied if the pr-fcenr maneuvers could be replaced j at least once by a march of a complete army corps. Few of our officers have ever marched with mor than a regiment. Major General P.ell says: "While our infantry is composed of YOU WILL NOT be deceived. That there are cheats and frauds in plenty everybody j knows;, but it is seldom or never j that any large business house is I guilty of them, no matter what ' line of trade it follows. Th-re j can be no permanent success oi j any kind based, on dishonesty or deception. There never was, and ; never will be. The men who try that are simply fools and soon come to grief, as they deserve. Xow many persons are, neverthe less, afraid to buy certain adver tised articles lest they be hum bugged and deluded; especially are they slow to place confidence in published statements of the merits of medicines. The effec tive modern remedy known as WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION is as safe and genuine an article to purchase as Ibuir, silk or cot ton goods from the mills o' manufacturers with a world-wide reputation. We could not afford to exaggerate its qualities or mis represent it. in the least; and it is not necessary. It is palatable as honey and contains all the curative properties of pure Cod Liver Oil, extracted by us from fresh coil livers, combined with the Compound Syrup of Hy popliosphites and the Kxtracts ef Malt and Wild ("hern; and how valuable su.h a blending of these imporiani medieinyl agents must be is plain to every body. It is beyond price in Debility, Lung Troubles and Blood Impurities. Science can furnish nothing better perhaps nothing so good. Dr. . I!. Dal ft-, of Canada, says: "I h-tv; used it in my practice and take pleasure in recommending it as a valuable tonic and reconstruc tive.'' it is a remedy that eat: afford to appeal to its record and ropre-ents the science and knowledge v Ivight and aggro s iive medical investigation. '-One bottl convinces." M cbennjta. tii.-' be-t materia! in the world and probably i- as well, if not better, trained in the use of the ritle than that of anv etiier army, its maiching eupncitv is i I below mediocrity and it is admitted today that the fate of the battles of the future depends, as it has in the j past, upon the marching capacity of the infantry."' ' j lo remedy these conditions. Major General Wood, chief of stall', today is sued orders which will change mate rially the training of the army. All , in-pectors general will be required to j submit the troops to an annual inspec tion in the field in addition to the present method, which is described in .some quarters as being little less than "An Example tf Siyle Leadership" NEW VELVET PUMPS Here is a NEW AS RIVAL with all the ear-marks of FOOTWEAR SUPREMACY The Smartest, Dainti est Creation ever con ceived. 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