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Now Going On
COMMISSIONER WHEELER TALKS
OF NEW PLAN TO DIS-
Here's an opportunity for lovers of laces
to buy Real Hand-Made Torchon Laces
at lowest cost possible.' '
10 quality k G a yard
12i2o quality ." ' S a yd.
15o quality 10 a yd.
20c quality ...... .' 15 a yd,
25c quality ;1 . 1G 2-3 a yd.
35c quality t 25 n ya.
Special Sale of Bedspreads
BEGINNING MONDAY MORNING,' JUNE 1ST,
$1.00 QUALITY AT '. '. SO
$1.25 " ". '.. S1.00
$1.50 " " 31.25
$2.00 " " .- $1.05
A Saving In Bath Towels
Extra heavy, hcmmed.size 21x42, $3,50 quality, SPEC
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is ALL youre if you have one of our superior
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No matter where you go, you'll be glad you have one
I F you have it ! ! The photo perpetuates good times,
familiar scenes, loved faces. ,
We have the largest stock of the best Cameras, Ko
daks, Photographic Supplies of all kinds.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
OLD KONA COFFEE
Roasted By the New Process.
SALOON is right close to the theater,
where you can get the Best of Every
thing to drink.
"If the lircsent plans of tho lmml-
Rrntlnn imtliorltli'fl for the better se
lection mill illstrintitton of Kuroppan
Immigrant! mu tuirlnl out Cullfor
nln will profit more than tiny other
Tims apoKc V. H. Wheeler, newly
appointed Assistant Secretary of
Commerce and Labor and member of
tho Immigration Commission, on his
return (o his home city May 2!,
Wheeler will not assume tho duties
of his new position until he retunm
to Washington In June, and at pres
ent ho Is here In connection with the
formal establishment of the offices of
tho Pacific Bubdhlslon of the Iniml
gintlon Commission, of which body
ho tins been a member slnco Its cre
ation by Congress last year.
Wheeler Is chairman of tho Pacific
Uhlslon of the Commission nnd tho
other two membcra arc Senator Hen
ry Cabot Lodgo of Massachusetts and
Professor J. W. Jcnks of Cornell.
Mitchell to Conduct Work
At tho request of Commissioner
Wheeler the regents of tho Univer
sity of California hnvo granted a
jenr's eao of absence to Professor
Wesley Clair Mitchell, who will hao
chargo of tho field work of tho Com
mission In the district under tho su
llen lilon of tho Pacific subdivision.
This territory Includes the llocky
mouhtnln as well as the Pacific slope
States. Profossor Wheeler and his
assistants will mnko an exhaustive
and xystcmntlc study of tho condi
tions bui rounding present Immigrants
on this Co.ist with tho object of ar
lertalnlug what nationalities arc
best suited to this section. An ef
fort will alto be mado to find out
what Immigrant!) am most desired
by the natUep of this district.
Distribution a .Problem
in connection with this phase, of
tho woik Commissioner Wheeler
said: "The question of distribution is
'tho grnest problem confronting tho
Immigration ofllclnla at tho present
time. Tho now bureau created to
attend to this question promises tfc do
great things under tho able leader
ship of T. V. Powderly, nnd tho Im
migration commission will mnko use
of nil Its powers to assist In this
work of prime importance. Tho prob
lem of bolcctlon Is not so dlRlcult, for
It Is beyond dispute that tho United
states nns the unqualified right to
exclude whomsoever It pleases from
Its shores. Hut after an Immigrant
has onco landed thoro Is no law Hint
can compel him to go to any certain
place. Tho result Is tho dangerous
condition of congestion which now
provnlls on tho Atlantic coast. Why,
when I wuh In Uuropo Inst year I
met returned Immigrants who had
been In tho United Stntcs for eight
jeurs niul.ln conversing with them
I had to uso an Interpreter. These
men had been in tho coal mines nnd
steel mills, and when they were
throw n out of employment tho great
opportunities of tho West remained n
closed book to them. Yet thoy nro
all trained for agrlculturo from boy
hood." Needed in California
Wheoler does not bcltevo that an
educational qualification will raise
tho moral tone of tho southern Uu
ropcan Immigration, On this point
ino members of tho Mafia nud
other criminals como from the Italian
towns, whero they hnvo been taught
to read and write, while the Immi
grant from tho rural districts where
tho common schools hno only re
cently made nny progress nro tho
bono and sinew of tho country.
"California Is the ideal place for
these sturdy Italian agriculturalists.
Last year wo got 20 per cont. of tho
Imnflgrntlon fiom northern Italy,
and In tho list of Stntcs receiving
foreign Immigrants California now
rnnks seNenih.' Our climate and ag
ricultural conditions nro so fuorablc
for tho Italians that this State Is
well named 'Sunny Italy.'
"Italy Is but Bllghtly larger than
California In area, and et with Its
3.1,000,000 people the cry Is already
being raised that ihere aro not
enough Jo till the soil. With our
gloat lesouices, think how many ag
riculturists we could support
"In the, selection And distribution
of immigration the country will be1
aided as much' as tho Immigrants, I
and no Influx will be encouraged
which cannot bo assimilated."
HOW MAIL SUBSIDY DIED
U C Dapper
WASHINGTON, D C, May 23.
The Ilottbo again wrestled today with
the subject of mull subsidies to steam
ship companies, nnd once moru re
corded Itself against the proposition
by the oto of 14G to 154 Tho de
bate ran well Into the night.
Having been overwhelmingly de
feated Jcstorday the conferees on the
postofflcc appropriation bill today
came Into tho House with a new rc
agrcelng with tho Senate on every
thing except the subsidy provision
nnd that relating to the sjsleni for
weighing tho malls. The portion of
tho report on which there was no dis
agreement was adopted unanimously
under nn agreement to extend tho
time of debate on the subsidy question.
The Senate amendment changing
tho standard of weighing the mail by
I educing tho number of dajs on
which the weighing should bo con
ducted was snowed under, 94 to 18C.
Ily reason of the nctlon of the
Houso In rejecting these amendments
the bill again went back to confer
ence for tho third time, although tho
Senate already had" agreed to tho re
port. As soon ns tho action of tho Houso
was announced in tho Senate, Sena
tor Penrose moved to rccedo from tho
icmalnlng Senate amendments and
discharge the conferees. The motion
was carried nnd the Congressional
work on tho Postotllce bill was Unit
completed, Tho effect Is to leavo tho
mall, subsidy provision out of tho
bill, and thus effectually dispose of It
for tho present session.
In taking the Bitteis 'ou
have ran guarantee of its pur
ity, and this, together with Its
54 years' record of cures,
should convince nnonn that It
Is n medicine woithy of a
trial. It cures poor Appetite,
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Cost
iveness, Female Ills and Ma
laria, Fever and Ague.
looking men wear clothes that
have been made to their meas
ure, because that is the only
way they can be assured of
perfcct-fitt'ng nnd stylish gar
ments. It Pays To Be Well
Dressed, especially when it
don't cost any more. We make
clothes to your measure at
A SWELL LINE of Spring
Sjit Lengths just arrived.
BUSINESS SUITS $20. up.
TUXEDO SUITS $30. up.
Geo. A, Martin,
AMMUNITION FOR THE
Vallejo, May 2.1-l.nst month tho
employes of tho Mure Island magazine
turned out $500,000 worth of amiuiinl
lion nt tho yard plant, which Is Just
1100,090 more than any previous
month. Nearly nil of this ammunition
was used to replenish the Mucks on
board the battleship:) of the Aliunde
Ueet which wero used up nt the recent
target practice, nt Magdaleuu bay.
Oakland, May 23 Jack London, the
author, who, accompanied by his wife
has undertaken to clrcumnnvigatu the
globo In a small boat, hns achieved n
ri enter measure of (success on tho vo
ago than he expected, according to n
letter from him. iccclved by h.s sis
tor, Mrs Kllzn Shephard of Hast Oak
land Tho letter Included a diary
which London had kept up to May 1j,
when ho Bent it back fiom Tahiti
London Bald that they wero given
cordial lecjptlons wherever th,o
Btonncd and that his quest for literal
material was being gratified He
plans to wall for Australia iih his nox'
slopping point. Mrs, Shepard said The
Snnik has proved n good sen boat
PRESIDENT JORDAN TOOK
SHORT HAND CAR ROUTE.
Santa Ilosa. May 18. President
David Starr Jordan, or Stanford Unl
vernier. Inst week mnnnod ono of the
handles of a car used by section men
between Alpine and Port llragg In
Mendocino county, whllo on his waj
to nttend tho Mendocino Comit
Teachera' Institute A special train
was sent to meet him an the lumlici
rnllio.-id from Alpine Into I'orl ilrngg
Tho train was ditched. When Super
tntendent Trench hoard of tho vvrecV
ho rent a handcar to bring Jordan nlo
Fort Ilragg, and ho arrived In duo to
address tho teachers.
Houso votes to remit to China
$10,000,000 of Indemnity money
growing out of Iloxer trouble.
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3 I WmI.
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
I A collar that fits as well I
1 after laundering as before 9
I U cents 2 for i.'j cent. D
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J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.,
PEARY'S NEXT DASH. '
Washington, May 15. Captain
l'enry, Arctlo explorer uml holder of
the world's farthest north record,
called nt the White House today. Ho
was unable to see tho President, but
was promised an Interview beforn he
leaves tho city tomorrow afternoon.
"I nm expecting to sail for tho north
July 1st," said Captain l'enry, "but I
am not bo eeitnln of It. I still need
money, l'ait of tho requirements of
the trip has been met, The othei
things can bo obtained In a very few
da) s. I could mnko the vessel lead)
to salt on four or live tlnjs' notice.
"It will tnko $30,000 to outfit ma
for tho trip on which I nm positive,!
will get to thu poll. Two jours ago
In April. 110G I got within 2t0
miles of tho pole."
WRITER WYCKOFF DEAD.
Princeton, .V. J., May 17. Walter
Augustus Wyckoff, A. M nsslstmii
professor of political economy in
I'rlrceton University, is le.nl nt hi'
homo here. Ho was I'm author of
Tho Workers" and 'ittej. ?ocMogleul
W)ckoff, n missionary's son, wab
born In 1SC3 In Mnlndurl, India. Ho
graduated fiom Princeton In lSSSHo
turnlng from n course of study In Ku
ropo In 1891, ho conceived n plan of
traveling to better his health, nud nt
tho sumo ttino to learn how tho work
ing clnsses lived.
Ho worked his way by day labor
across the continent for eighteen
months. Ho had harrowing exper
iences In Chicago. Ho was a sertlgn
hand on tho Union Pacific and a burro
puncher In California. His health was
fully rcstmed Ha described his ex
periences in two books.
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WASHINGTON, B.C., May 21.
THE BULLETIN, Honolulu, T. H.
Gentlemen: We have just received our first bunch of Bul
letins snowing the Orrine advertising. We wish to thank you
for the careful attention you are giving this business and we
are pleased to advise that the Honolulu Brug Coraoany have just
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