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CVENINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., THUnSDAY, DEC. 21, 1008.
A Grand Line of
SNAPPY SUITS BIG VALUE
BRING THE BOYS
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
Cardinal gibbons Shocked
.Bfty Statistics of Divorce
BALTIMORE, -Md., Nov. 28. Cnidlnal-aibbons, lnnn Inter
view, madd the following comuients today regarding tho growth
of dhbrce: '
The statistics given out by the Census Ilurcau nre simply
shocking. The revelations are nothing loss than appelllng. The
extent of the divorce evil Is no grenf as to strike at the very roots
of our social B) stein. I 'myself am writing and speaking constant
ly on this subjectvd 1 am in sjmpathy with any effort to check
the growth of divorce n this country.
The Goternment figures show that divorces, are 'multiplying
about three t Illicit n fast' as the population. They disclose that one
mnrrlago n twelve ends In divorce. The figures are the moro
striking when considered by tho side 6f the figures of Canada,
for Instance, where the number of divorces is' relatively small.
Divorcers becomlng'so prevalent that mnVrlag'e Is getting to
ho llfyic better than n system of, free love,
I'oople are too much bent on pleasure. ,.Man nnd Women en
ter the marrlago state without regard to the sacred nnturo of tho
bond they nro Undertaking.
Tlin illvorcn evil Is the result of a false. loosa Intemretatlon
; of tho faospe. Every 'one of1 the gospels Is opposed to divorce. It
dhorce Is to be jqhcckpd itnere must tie a Btricter regnru ror me
4 truths of, the Christian religion ns they are 'taught by tho Catholic
Church1.,, It, we profess to be Christians let Us be Christians.
Another reason' why divorce. Is on the lncreaso Is found In
the attitude of society toward persons who are divorced. In for-
mcr times a woman who was dlorced was shunned. She was not
receded, or recognized In good society and was frowned upon.
Now til8 Is north case. If dlvorco Is to bo checked ct tho dl-
vorced person be shunned. -
The laws on the subject of ihorce are responsible to some ex-
tent Thcyshoiild'be inado moro severe.
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Dear Sir: A new man Is going t
takevManagcr Mr. narkhnuscn's plnci
Mr. Bnrkhaueon Is going back to Out
There was a teachers' meeting ot
Prldny afternoon. There wcro oloor
A?, twelve school teachers. Tho teach
rs of 'I.alialnaluna, toacjicrs of Ka in i
pall and also our teachers. Tlioy h ive
their meetings In onr i.clinol.
Hov. Mr. Wliltu wont over to Lain
iigaln on Saturday, He went on (hi
Tho wind Is ((lowing fiom thn vm'
of our school hotiso and jt fctds 1 1 lit,' c
Miss Ahu nnd Miss Ho havo c:
changed rooms. Miss Aim In thu Ml
end Miss llo In thn 41h room.
Tommy nnd David hnto planted
Mr, Burnham's house Is neirly tin
ished. It took one morc'tlay to fl.ilUi 1(
There is only 'thn Inn il iniiro to lie
A Japancso boy by i;h namo of Kin
caught flvo robin redbreasts up Kail
oulA on Snturdny.
Some of our girls nnd boji har
Respectfully 70111 a,
Lahatnn. Nov. 25, 1908.
Editor ot tho Evening Bulletin,
Dear Sir: Blshon Restarlclc came
on Friday ccnlng on the Maiitm. Kea.
Rev. Kong Yin Tet mado a speech on
8undn evening in the church. Miss
Ooliler sang on Baturday night In tho
parish house. Rev. Kong Yin Tet
unt down to Honolulu on Friday.
They had a reception on Saturday
night for Bishop Hestarlck. Tho Jap
anese had n show In the theatre.
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Lahatna. Nov. 23. '08.
Editor ot the Evening D u 1 1 o 1 1 n,
Dear Sir: Thursday wo had a
meeting at the Priory School. A pure
Chinaman Btood up and told all the
children how he came here. His namo
was Kong Yin Tet. He said to us
that ho.cjmo on the Maunti Kea and
thl' steamer brdught him here. He told
us that ha and his children go to
church at Honolulu. He said that he
had n hundred children that como to
church every Sunday and the children
wore not absent on a single Sunday.
They ulways come to church. And
he told us that the flower couldn't llvo
in tli6 hoiiBo without tho sun. The
sun mnkes tho flower bright and slim
ing; He said "If you put'tho flower In
the house the flOwcr will die In a few
days." Mrs. Hose took us to tho Pri
ory school to sing our songs After
r while we swept the hall and washed
the floor and made It cleanand nice.
On Saturday we had a reception at
tho Priory school. Wo hod a great
reception on that night. The BUhop
came and all the chUdrcn shook hands
and put some Ids on his neck. After
a while we passed some cakes and Ico
Cream to the Bishop. Wo served first
the Bishop and then the people and
the children. The hull was full "of
women, men. -inn cniiqren. Tho girls
put on aprons and caps and got ready
to pass cakes and ice cream. We met
our" "teacher ' thero at tho Priory
school Yours truly. ' "
Dear Sir: I am In tho Grade II this
year, and I am going to write to ou
about our school and plants. Mr. D.
W. White, the carpenter, was hero
last month to paint our school nnd
The seven rooms of our school were
painted In many colors.
Our school building was built on a
It faces on the windward side look.
Ing'at Lafialna, Maul, a distant of nine
PWJ- ! WMiaMSM, III! ),HlMMflllfJ
Lahalna. fJov. 23, 1908.
Editor of the E v ernl n g Bulletin,
Dear Sir: There was a reception
ut thn Parjsh House on Saturday even
ing. Tho reception wha" given by the
Women's Odlld of the1 Holy Innocents
Church for Bishop" Restarlck'.' Tho 're
ception began at 8 o'clock' and closed
at 10 o'clock. When Bishop Rcstarlek
and Mr. Kroll wentMnto the hall' the
children began to clap' their hands to
hhow how they love the BlBhop. After
awhile tho children marched with tho
cross and banners. Chrlstabcl aud
Ooo Mon Tal' carrled"fhe banners and
Henry Hose carried tho cross'. Wo
marched around the room singing tho
cong "Onward, Christian1 Soldiers." At
last wo went In 'front of the'Blshdp
nnd wo gave the lets. After that the
jieoplo wen (o seo him There-were
lots of people (i tho reception. We
had some Ico cream, cakes, and lem
onade. St, Mary's 'Guild girls wore
their aprons and enps to walt'onhe
people Mrs Hose' played tho organ
and Miss O oliler sang n song.
Dear Sir: Our teacher read many
letters from schools and ho told us to
tell ou about I.anal uol. Thero arc
very few 'pupils In school. I think our
teacher will give sonic things for the
children on Thankgghlng Day. We
planted trees In our yard and we nre
glad to havo them grow up nicely. 1
think I jnm going to close my letter
and hope to hac It appear In jour
MAWAE S; KAHOOHALAHALA.
a iiniinniini n ininrn
CHANOC IN STYLE
V A t
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Below we publish the
Complete List in the
Fruit tru)s ate Hindu with orj' high
Some nre Incase! In fine wicker.
Bonbon dishes nru made In tunc!
Hhallow Klher Rlshes nro used to
hold oil) ps, pickles nnd cheese.
Miniature forks arc used fur iiuincr
limy nru graceful and dainty.
Tho straw 'for drinking sofo drinks
is now, made of r.lhcr nnd found on
all modern tibles.
There arc wine coolers of sllcr nn-1
Kino platters hold egg cups.
Pierced silver trnjj aro usol foi
Quolnt inlllc jugs liao it plttliei tn
OWL HEADS POPULAR.
Owl heads aro popular decorations
for hatllns, nnd they aro not oul
odd, but form n trimming for the hat,
and they also can be placed In difToi
I.ahalna, Dec. 8, 1908.
Editor of tho E v e u I n g Bulletin,
Dear Sir. The (earhers' meeting
was on Friday afternoon.
Tommy Battery anz Dald havo
planted some banana' plants. '
Mr? White iwqnt ',to .I.anitl on Satur
'Mr, Burnham's house la nearly fin
A boy whose name Is Kin caught llv)
robin red breasts up Kauaula.
Three girls have the best garden
near Miss Daisy Apo's room.
The names of those three girls aro
Julia Saffery, Emily Nahalclua and
I.almlna. Dec. 8, 1908.
Editor ot the Evening Bulletin,
Dear Sir; Thero was a Teachers'
meeting at three o'clock In the after
lioab on Friday. The children sang a
Christmas carol and "O Makala Pua. '
Inspector Wells was there too.
The banana plants In front of MIbs
llo's'room are bearing fruit.
Hattle Cockott, Emily Nahalclua,
and Julia Safiery have mado gardens
for .themselves In the school yard.
Their gardens aro crowing ery fine
The Japanese have cut dann tho
klawe trees In front of Miss Apo's
loom and In front of Miss IIo'u room
Miss Ho teaches In the fourth room
and MlssAhu In the sixth room now.
Mr. White went to I.'aual on Satur
day. Mr, Burnham's house Is nearly fin
ikhed. A boy caught five robins up Kau
Tommy and David havo planted
jome bananas. ,
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
(f It's painted by
The Faint Shop. . 134 King' St,
I.almlna. Maul, Nov. 25. 1$08.
Editor of tho E v o n I n n B, u 1 1 o 1 1 n ,
uear air: Ulshop uestarlck was
hero and a reception was given by the
Ladles' Oilllil. - "
TREND OF FASHION
SHOWN BY TRIFLES
Hat pins aro huge and costly.
Plain and chased gold bracelets arc
J'o end of braid la used on fashion
The appreciation of poutacho Is
greater than ever.
I'ur hats aro ery prctl) In nott
t-hapes nnd stjlcs.
Coats are long and tlioy were nocr
of moro graceful cut.
MtocKings matclilng tlic gnnn nre
worn with either black or while tdinus
It Is fashionable to :,avc the inotiii
lobu match tho coat exactly.
USEFUL ADJUNCT TO
The woman who possesses a sash
will find It a most useful adjunct to
her wnrdrobo this fall and wlutti.
Naturally, one of black satin will
provo most practicable.
Sabhes are seen on many of the
newly Imported tailored street suits
udding a smart toucli ploaslng to tho
simplest of them.
They nro, of 'courso, used only on the
Dlrcctolre tpo of costume that Is worn
for walking,' nnd would look aiisiird In
connection with tho well known nnil
haloved prince chip coat and pleated
In the house, howncr. tho cash It
mother mattci, and muy provu liiflnltu-
ly uscriil In rcrurblBiiing a last carc.
afternoon frock or concealing a waist
line that Is lower than It should be.
Ono pretty way of urrauglng a Basi
ls to adjust it In deep glrdlo form so
that it shall cross at the back.
The ends aro thon carried townrd
tho'front, tied a trifle nt tho left Hide
and the other to thu knees.
Up to Wednesday toon
This leaves something like
NOT ACPOUNTED TOIl.
Do not give up hope. Get your friends
to Shop at
Whitney & Marsh's
and then give you their Coupons
Iilio Kawanauakoa . . . . SG-14
Marjoric Guild 3209
Betty Steere 2788
Erma Tarlcton 1544
Beatrice Lucas 1521
Elsie Anld 1179
Hulda Guild . 637
Linda Arcndt 315
Katherinc Bcnner 233
Thelma Olds 159
Ethel Fernandez 110
Florence Gibb 89
Alice O'Connor t . . . . 81
Thelma Murphy . . , 71
Einc Damon 59
Marjorie Sammons , 50
Edna Walden i!2
' Alice Bailey , 31
Mary Lindsay 30
Mamie Baker 15
WE WILL PUBLISH ths ItESULTS DAILY From Now On.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
Lahalna, Dec. 8, 1908.
Editor of tho E von Itig Bulletin,
'Honolulu. - "
Dear Sir: Miss Ho and Miss Aim
Thero was a teachers' meeting and
nil tho I-alialnaluna teachers came
down oxceptlng Rov. Mr, S, Knpu.
We sang two songs nt tho teachers'
Christmas draws near nnd we aro
At tho meeting Miss Kaukau talked
about banana plants, banana fruit, and
now tho fruit conies from tho flower.
TIMELY Hlfm FOR
Tho success of tho" new gow ns do
(Kinds entirely on the cut.
Never wear white shoes with a blnu.
skirt. It Is horrlhlo!
Cuius nro to bo clipped off Into all
nunner of hhapos.
Individuality s n priceless posses
felon ncer sacrifice It on the altar ot
l o. nikao came with Bishop Res-' Mr. Uurnham's cottage Is almost fin
tnrlck. Tho girls of tho Children's jsi,!, -
tjiuiu evrvtri inu reirusnmcnts. ,1
n trn.. i'i n- i . -U
jtvft fiuiiK tin ivi nun Hurts Ulll no
i poke to tho Sunday school on Tiles-
nay. Ho said that he had about a
hundred children attending his Sun
day school Thero was a-movliiK lc.
turo show on Tuesday and ever) one
was allowed to go In without paying
Miss Dohler sang a song by herself
at the Bishop's reception.
Mill HwIT.,l, I
V Grade V. r1
Two bojs planted
(lama on saturuuy,
Rev. Mr. Whlto went to I.anal on
Saturday on a boa.
Many children havo mumps.
'l TINY GOHIER.
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. Phone 45 i
Lahalna. Dec. 8. 1908.
I Editor of thn Evening II u 1 1 c 1 1 n,
Unquestionably thu most fashionable
ot trimmings uro braids, and eveiy va
rlety Is cniplojed.
Soutachos have lnbt nothing of their
prestige, and are employed on ull
kinds of material.
Balding with koutacho In elaborate
patterns Is gaining faoi, aud is an
nounced ns a strong spring possibility
Here's jour OPPORTUNITY to get
In on something iiihiiilly nnd uxcep
tlonnlly good. BUY "MAYPLOWKR"
TOCK. BUY IT NOW!
Princess de Urogllo, formerly MIbd
Estello Alexander of San l'ranclt-to
and lato Mrs. 8 II. A'elt of Chicago
sued for divorce In Purls.
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DUCHESS QUEEN OLIVES, HEINZ MALT CIDER and
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