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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 05, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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LETTERS KECEiVED BY
A number of letters linre been re
ceived by the Promotion Committee
linking for Informntloti In reference
to homcstcadlng, sultnbl) of land
for cattle raising, opportunities for
Sir. C 8. Paine, secretary of tlio
Nebraska State Historical Socletv,
has written for a eupply of litera
ture on Hawaii In connection with
Mm. K. P. Savery writes from St.
Augustine, Kla., asking that Hawaii
folders be sent by the Promotion
Committee t0 some of her friends on
M. A. Spares of Othno, AlRurve,
Portugal has written for folders of
Hie islands, as he wishes to lslt
them In the near fultiro.
J. J. Uaynier, lopii'mMitlng the
Kel.ey-Clarl.e Company of Spokane,
Wash., links for the addresses of Ha
waii co dee glowers, as ho wIbIics to
handle Konn coffees.
K. K. Kavllle, editor of "Succe3S
ful Farming," Des Moines, Iowa,
wants a supply of Hawaii llteratuie,
as so many people linvo ashed him
about these Islands.
II N. Vore. editor of "Dun's lte
vlew" states that he hopes to take
up the subject of Hawaii In an lllus
ttatcd article and writes for photo
graphs of the dllTercnt Islands of the
When the first gold strike was
made In Alaska, In J 897, ti Western
woman grubstaked her husband. She
Is now suing htm to get half of the
$2,000,000 ho made.
WORLD HAS BEACHED
AN ECONOMIC CRISIS
J. J. Hill Says Solution of Problem
of Higher Cost of living Is
"Back to the Soil" Must In
crease Rural Citizens.
Ni:V YOHK, Jan. 28. "Hack to
This Is the solution of the prob
lem of the higher cost ot living, ac
cording to James J. Hill, philosopher
and master railroad builder.
"The problem Is not local. It Is In
ternational," said Mr. Hill, who was
hack In New York today after his
vUlt to Washington and the White
House early In the week.
"Obviously the world has reached
nn economic crisis. We are not pro
ducing foodstuffs ouough. Wo must
enlarge the fanning area of the
earth; o must apply scientific prin
ciples; we must adapt ourselves to
"Agriculturally speaking, the
world is not ocr-ppulated. The
problem Is to relieve the congestion
In the cities and scatter the unpro
ductive population to tlio farms.
When we get them there, we must
teach them new methods of farming.
Our present methods are so loose
and slipshod that we do not got hnlf
the good out of our tillable land,
"There Is ho quick relief to the
present crisis. The necessaries of
life will not bo cheapened to the
consumer until we add a million or
so persons to our agricultural popu
lntlon. I'ntll the movement from
the city back to the country starts,
President Taft and congress can do
lltt'e toward lowering the co.it ol
BULL- IN l" PA v
OF MERCHANDISE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
P0PLINS--27 inches wide; regit
lar 35c. quality, now 25 yard.
MEBCERIZED PONGEES Repi
lar price, 35c. j now 25 yard.
MEBCERIZED PERSIANS 38
inches wide; Pink, Sky, Nile, lav
ender, Champagne, White; regular
35c, now 25 yard.
Reduction in Embroideries
and laces . Qualities and
Prices can not be beat.
EXTBA WIDE CHAMBRAY
Fine finish ; Blue and Grey; regular
25c, now 20 yard.
WHITE DOTTED SWISS
Several patterns; regular
25c, now 15 yard.
Regular '$1.05 doz.; now... 91.35
Regular $2.25 doz.; now... 1.75
Regular $2.50 doz.; now. ., 2.00
Regular $3.50 doz.; now. . . 2.00
MISSES, and CHILDREN'S WHITE'
LAWN DRESSES Embroidery and
Lace Trimmings; now 1J51 to $-1.
Hemstitched, $1.50; now. ..$1.00
Hemsitched, $1.75; now... 1.15
Plain, $2; now ,.. 1.50
WHITE INDIA LAWN 29 inches
wide; regular price, 15c; now 9
BATISTE 36 inches wide ; Cream,
Green, Lavender, Tan, Old Rose,
Champagne; regular 35c, now 25f
MERCERIZED PIQUES In Pink,
Blue, White, Cre'ara, Strawberry;
regular 50c, now 37Vi yard.
Hemstitched, $3.50 doz.; now
Plain, $4 doz. ; now 3.00
Plain, $4.50 doz.; now 3.50
Hemstitched, $5 doz.; now. 3.75
Hemstitched, $0 doz,' now. 4.75
LADIES' SHIRT-WAISTS In
Mulls, Lawns, Persians, Silk and
Net; rep,ular $1.50 W $12, nqw $1
to $8.50. . t
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST PATTERNS NOW FROM 50 TO $5 'PAIR.' -f ,
OUR SALE OF CLOTHING AND SHOES HAS BEEN SO SUCCESSFUL, WE HAVE DECIDED TO
CARRY IT ON A FEW DAYS LONGER.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
Mills' Institute and Makiki
Japanese Win (
One of the most impressive sights
at the Youtig I'enple's Convention
Inst l-'rlday night nt Ccutinl Union
Church, was the roll-call. As cacti '
Society wtiK railed, the members
stood up and repented their rally
Knch Society wore some character
istic liuwer or emblem. The knwal
iiliao contingent to the number of
107 weie decked nut with yellow
leis; the Mills' Institute hoyB wore
ted carnations; the Korean Kpwortti
Leaguers also wore red carnations;
while the other societies wore pur
ple, asters, nialle, ferns, white car
As each Society rose, tlio delegate
of that society addressed the audi
ence In a few words. The Japanese
Mnklkl delegate canned a rlppo of
laughter by saying: "Keep the cup
upside down mid you will be down
side up." While the collection was I
being taken up, the Kautnnknplt
Church choir sung an anthem. ThU
was exquisitely rendered and the
singers recciveu ine nearly nppiausu
of the immense nudleure.
Following Is a list of the various
societies represented last night wltn
their meuibeishlp and the total mini
her present from each delegation:
Name Mem- Pre-
Central Union Church,. 48 US
Christian Church &
Chinese Chljt'n Kndeav. 32 l'J
first M. B. Church 4fi 2i
Japanese Mnklkl 2G 11
ltlver St. Mission 35 C
Knukloli 34 1
Knumaknplll TO li
Knwnluhao (G societies) 220 10
Korean Kpworth League 48 l''l
Mills Instlite 24 1!)
I'nlama Christ. Kudcav.. 47 2
I'oitugueso C. i: , 3S 20
llefute the convention bioko up,
banners were distributed to the suc
cessful society. The Milts' Institute
was awarded thu Scholastic Ilanncr
for having obtained 79 per cent:
while the Japanese Mnklkl was
awarded the Union "..inner for nil
ucragu of 03 per cent.
KAM gikls return
The Kamehamcha school girls left
the school last Monday morning for
n five dus' camping at Mnkuu.
When they aril veil at the grounds
ever) thing wus in readiness for
them. 'Ine senior boys weio on
hand and did the heavy work thai
had to be done. The first day was
spent In and around camp.
On Tuesday different parties went
out ti anipln,;, the majority of which
went llshlug. The weather was not
very good, ulid the waves wero very
high, which prevented the glrli
from swimming. In the afternoon
tlio girls hud sports, which were en
Joyed by nil. Mabel Wilcox made
tlio most fun by winning the cracker-eating
Wednesday was Bpent by a large
party of girls and teachers hunting
for malle In the vallejs. The girls
proved to be good, climbers and gath
fled many lets. Tho parties return
ed lute In the afternoon, after n
tiresome long walk. On Thursday
the girls stayed around camp. The
day was clear and pleasant, and in
the afternoon all the girls went In
swimming. In the evening tho se
nior bojs ai rived und were taken
to a table, where an Impromptu luuu
uwulted them. "Qeel", said one ot
them; "this Is n swell meul. We
never hud stew when we were In
camp!" This shows that the "girls
had first-class food while in camp.
After supper a bonfire was built. Thu
whole school went down to the
beach, and bomo ot the girls made
up a musical entertainment. At
8:30 the senior hoys gave a concert
in return, which was appreciated by
the teachers and girls.
l-'rlday being April KooIsDay, tho
boys mado uso of It, The girls were
to ho awakened by Major McUowan
at 4:30 a. m but tho alarm clock
wus turned to 3:30, at which tima
the Major awoke everybody'ln camp,
who to their surprise found out that
they were foojed. The girls had nn
curly breakfast at 5130. After
breakfast they began to pack up for
the. leturn trip to school.
The girls left Maltua at C;30 u.
pi., nnjl arrived at school about 8:30
o'clock, after d' happy time at Ma
lum. It Is claimed by the senior
Loys who went ,down Thursday
night to strike tents that the girls
hud u better time than the boys.
IN THE SUMMER SEASON
(li'ldien nvcrluduluo in eating fruits
wllh stomucli pains a consequence;
mothers should have on hand Pain
killer! Perry Davis'), 25c, 35c and 5-c
Begins on Monday Morning Next,
Remnants of White, Fancy and
HEINZ PRODUCTS are pure in the strictest sense.
They are made not only to conform to, but actually
exceed the requirements of all State and national puie foo.l ,,
SWEET PICKLES. PHESERVED FRUITS, APPLE BUT--TER,
INDIA RELISH, BAKED BEANS. VINEOARS, ETC.
AT ALL GROCERS
TALCUM POWDERS, SHAVING. POWDER.
TOOTH POWDERS, SHAVING STICK.
TOOTH PASTE, CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAPS.
FULL LINE OF COLOGNES AND TOILET WATERS.
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Telephone 291 v Daily Delivery
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