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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THIWISDAY, JUNE 18. 1908,
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$4.25 quality $3.50
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SPECIAL IN WASH GOODS.
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A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
LINEN LAWNS At correct prices; 24-inch Linen Lawn, sheet and
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WAISTINQ LINEN Fine quality, 36 inches wide, 75 a yd.
EXTBA FINE SHEEB LINEN 36 inches wide, at $1.25 a yd.
BOSOM LINEN Extra fine, 36 inohes wide, 75 a yd.
NAINSOOKS, LONG CLOTH, INDIA LINONS Economically priced.
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MERCERIZED BATISTE Exceptionally fine and sheer, 42 inches
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INDIA LINONS Extra good values, fine and sheer, G yds. for 81.
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THE STOBE WITH; THE 'MONEY-BACK POLICY.
Sons Of Revolution Hear
"I have a menage to you from the
President, a menage of greeting to
you all. It Is the President's detlre
that Hawaii shall not only be annexed
but be embodied In and be a part of
the United State In the sense that
every other Territory Isa part of the
country. And he hopes that your peo
ple will show the same Interest In the
anairs or our common country tnai we
of the mainland have In them.
"You should have the same aspira
tions as we and we have the same
keen sympathy for your advancement.
"I am here to try to find out what
the facts are In order that we may
better render assistance, and we of
the mainland want your assistance In
solving the problems of our common
This was one of the Btrlkins pus
sages of tlio address which Secretary
Garfield made last evening at the
Bunker Hill day banquet of the Bonn
of the American Roolutlon held In
tho University Club. Sir. Gnrfleld was
called upon by Tonstmaster Sidney M.
Ballon to respond to tho toast. Tho
His remarks woro opened by the
comment thnt ho had been mado to
feel absolutely at home since ha ar
rived In the city, and tho banner and
seals of tho colleges v.cro pleasant
reminders of home.
Speaking of the revolutionary men
the secretary said that they were
uot of the ordinary typo. They had
been educated to understand that tho
goal of life Is not to get something
lor yourself but to aleo upbuild the
community In which you live. They
wero educated men who aimed to up
build. "Education has been tho cornerstono
of our work as a nation. Education
and tho church aro the basis of our
strength and this Is the foundation on
which you of theso Islands have build
id. By education I do not mean ncc-
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cssarlly tho college educated man. A
great many of, our best" men haVo not
hnd the benefits of college education,
but they studied In the college of the
world and understand human nature."
President Hoosovelt'u purpose In his
work as head of tho nation has been
to solvo tho problems of the genera
tion. In, this there will be no let donn,
no step backward. I cannot speak
ns to tho next President but I am sat
isfied that the people will not tolerate
the election of a man Who will ovet
throw the principle for which the
President hns worked. The problem
of today Is the commercial pioblem,
and tho President ljellee that thero
fchould be common honesty nnd com
mon decency In commercial life as
well as prlvato life. Those who have
teen 'granted Brent prftllcgcs shall bo
held strictly accountable. The great
railroads must deM with absolute
equality with all men nnd offer equal
In our International dealings our
country Is not a brawler but wo can
not sit Idly by and expect others to
recognize our rights If we-aro not cap
able Of upholding those rights.
Mr. Garfield was followed by Mnjor
Dunning of Fort Shnfter, who Kao a
cry Interesting review of tho develop
ment of the American army, and It
needs for tho future. Uick of respect,
on the part of the Chilian, for tho uni
form was given as one of tho causes
that helped make army llfo unpopular
lor the private soldier.
Captain Haiber of tho battleship
Maine, gave a very happy response for
tho "Navy." Lealng out the "heavy
guns" the captain told In a most In
teresting mrfnner of the development
of the navy and the sailor. Ho assert
ed that our s.htps are as good nnd bet
ter than those of any other nation nnd
when tho new ships now building arc
In the water tiiuy will bo second to
P. C. Joues, responding (o the toast
"The Sons of the American Isola
tion" mado n ringing patriotic speech
that was frequently applauded.
Following the banquet the election
of officers Was held, a special ote of
congratulation and thanks being ten
dered to retiring President Efflnger
for his most successful two years of
The following officers were elected
for tho ensuing ear. President.
George It. Carter; Ico president, Dr.
C. B. Cooper; treasurer, R. J. Pratt;
secretary, L. A. Dickey; registrar, S.
M. Ballou; and members board of
managers. G. P. Wilder, C. H. Athcr
ton and V. J. Lowrey. ,
Tho following members wero pres
ent at tho banquet Wm. De Witt Al
exander, Wm Douglas Alexander,
Frank C. Atherton, Chas. H. Atherton,
J. C. Axtell, S. M. Halloa, E. D. Bald
win. Jas. BIcknell, Chas. M. Cooke,
A. F. Cooke. J. P. Cooke, Geo. n. Car
ter, Dr. C. B. Cooper, I.ylo A. Dickey,
Chas. H. Dickey. Gen. Edw. Davis,
Jno. EfflngoV, W. J. Forbes, W. It. Far
rlngton, P. L. Home, W. I,. Hopper.
Rev. Mr. Hauna, P C. Jones," A. F.
Judd. Dr. J. R. Judd, S. B. Kingsbury,
F. J. Lowrey. J. S. Low, R. H. Leach,
F. B. McStocker. W. C. Parke. Dr. J.
S. B. Pratt. Robt. J Pratt, Capt. D. P.
Penhallow, L. A. 'Thurston, O. J (Wil
der, D. L. Wfthlngton, -""
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