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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., riUDAY, mn, 18, 1910.
I r.PANn I
Certain lines to be en
tirely closed out, regard
less of cost. This will
2 Piece Suits,
We have 100 SUITS, just
received by the s.s. Alameda,
consigned to us by our New
York agent; original cost, $12
each, end .will be on sale to
clear at $9.50 per suit.
All at Slaughtering Prices
This Sale begins
SATURDAY, ' FEB. 5,
at 8:00 a. m.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
JAPANESE CHILD IS
FOUND DY' EDITOR
Sheba Discovers Baby
t And Baker Does
Editor Shcln appeared nt the police
station tills morning mil by flio hand
ho led n Binnll Jnpincso baby hoy who
had oUdcntly been lost. The elltor
found the child nt the corner of Mer
chant mid Tort streets and not being
nhlo to disco or tho address of tho
child's parents from the jotmsstor did
tho next heat thine and convened the
baby to the presence of Caytaln Dak.
Tho Benlnl ofllcer questioned the boy
but be) ond a wr.o of his hand In
which n nickel wm tlqlitly pratped
no ludlcttlon of the rlicroabotHa of
tho chltd'u homo cnnhl bo obtained.
Howovcr nuKer started out with tho
child and, nfter niirh wintering abo'lt
the dty. finally struck Nuuanii street
wlteio "jidenly u half-demented father
uislie.l out rial claimed tin child.
It npnoTii tl.rt tl ynuiiRstcr had
boon Eltcn a nlrkol to rpend and not
liking the civs of good sold In rtev
ciral stoics he lnl Ig'tnl, hid wun
dertd off aroind tl"? town mid was
nmkliiR his vMVtJn thn waterfront
when fonil by Mr Fliohi
I niBFrTftRS A8F IMF
UMIliUIUIIU tlllU ISLilILl
I Thrco pio.nlncn; Y. M. C. A. di
lution) me In the city. One hns ac
cepted nn Important position with
the Tiolit Trull Comiuiiv. mid the
other two nio here on p'cnstne. C.
II. Wrttornian, formerly a director or
tho San Sw.e Y, M. C. A., Ins arrived
to havo tliarko of the Insurnnco
woi!. of the Tiotit Trust Company.
Mih. r jr. Waterman uud son will
follow Inter, as tho patents aro de
circus Hint their son graduate from
tho San Juae Illfili School beforu the
whole family tittle down In thU
.1. A. Causey, n prominent bond
dc.ilcr of Denver, Colo, nnd Goidon
Jones, r.Lo of Iteincr, mo In this
city, llotli ate directors of tho Den
ier Y. M. C. A. Tlicce two tentlfl-
'inen pall n lslt to the local Y, M.
C. A. jesterday and were much sur
pilscd to learn that such a largo sum
or mono had been subjcrlhcd local
ly for llw now building. They
,thoujht Hut thU community took
more interest In tlje welfare of 1(3
jomis meti than ninny of tho cities
nn tho mainland with a population
much Inrgcr than Hint of Honolulu.
BAD SCALDING DOWN
AT PEJUIL HAHBOR
One of t!:u engineers of tho dredger
South Hay, .lath U stationed at 1'oarl
IlathOi' wis ory badly scalded this
nio' nut; by tho burstng of n steam
I lie nlo.inl tho vessel. Tho ofjlccr's
liiiue Is T. J, Mnloy, mid ho has been
euiplojed on tho diedger for some
As soon ns tho accident happened
willing volunteers rushed to tho aid of
Mnloy :in 1 a launch was at onco gotten
cady to bring tho Injured man to tho
city, 'i ho launch mado quick tlmo to
Honolulu haibnr and, on uriUal hero,
tho pollco patrol wagon took Maloy
to tho Queen's Hospital, whero Ills In
juries were treated and ho In now
resting as well as can bo expected.
Onannnda, an Indian n':ttire tint I
Is different from lato plumes, dolls
with colonial nn-l not mo Jem tlmos.
It Is shortlv after fnmi'llnj of thu tot
tlcment of JtiiRfciichmettH mid a group
of uottlf.ru linxn nindi limit Iwimn.
lOnnwnnda mikoa hlr home thoie and
bhatos tho resentment of his tollowa
'at tho LiithuijUsm of the w!..ies, but
ho is saved from death by a prsachcr.
ills hatred dlcapp'ars and ho becomes
I a member of thu houro in splto of tho
protests of tho settlers. Tho minister
(1363 nwiv when n hind of Indians at
tuck tho licno. tilting the minister's,
chlldifi with them. loiWng tho wlfo
for den 1 In a burning hut, Tho f ot
I Hera ultimo Onawamla for It but ho
goes out und btlngs tho children back
imd gl-cs his llfu for thclis.
hUr.GES AEROPLANES FOR
CARRYING RURAL MAIL
Expert Thinks Flylnrj Machines WoulJ
fcolve Ptoblcms cf Ccllve-y to
NKW YOP.K, Teh. 2. Tho ueo of
noroplanes In rural freo delUcry Is
ndocatoJ by Wilbur It. Kimball, nn
Instructo' In neroplautlcs In tho West
Sldo Y. SI. C. A. heio.
"Thu practicability of tho neroplanu
has now bom fully demonstrated,"
said Mr. Klinbill to his class of would
"With tl'o aeroplane, howoer, tho
rarmerB hard earned freo dclUery
would bo nboo dela)s on account of
storms nnd bad roads. His mall would
bo dropped In r llttlo ixmcli from tho
noroplano, which would then npecd on
to tho next fnrm houso to dellvor Itb
"Slnll, coull easily lw illo ted
through nn mi.ingcluont by wMch tin
noilal chntiircnr could lower n hook
nnd catch up pickages of mall."
fcjp-DULLETIN A08 PA -jrj
SAYS FARMER DOES
I NOTOET FAIR SHARE
'North Dakota Senator Uses Striking
Figures ns an Illustration.
it)VASIIINQTON, D. C, Tob. 4.--Declarlng
the farmer to bo tho last
porson considered In nfiy conflict In
vjtifeh the ngrlculturlst Is involved,
Sehntor McCumber ot North Dakota
today delivered n speech In the Ben
nto to demonstrate that tho farmors
nra not receiving a fair share of tho
high prices which food products
!! said bills such ns had been pre
Bonied ill thj House for the icmovnl
of duties on farm articles were
equivalent to nn effort to establish
n legislative boycott ngalnsl the till
er of the coll. The bo)cott was al
ways to be expected when food
prices lncrensed, be said. Dut the
discrimination would not nlwns
continue, for the time was rnpldly
approaching when the farmer would
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receive proper compensation for his
labor. i .j
Contrasting tho prices received by
tho farmer with those paid by tho
consumer, ho snld that n four-year-old
steer which in North Dakota
would bring $70, would sell for $2,
G00 when letnllcd nt Senate restaur
rant steak prices enough to buy
half a fnrm.
McCumber declared that n bushel
of wheat which brings tho farmer
30 csntti retnlU for 1.1 or $4 when
mndo up Into bread nnd sold at C
rants rt loaf, nnd nt $37. no when
serve 1 In n good restaurant. Pota
toes worth 30 cents n bitshcl In
North Dakota, served "hashed
brown," bring nn advnnco of 4S0
per cent., ho declared. Ho said
thoro should bo no objection by city
peoplo to higher prices for farm
InUr-lnluid end O.ntL shlpnlri
tooki lor sale it the D u 1 1 t
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