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EVENING BULLETIN, .HONOLULU, -T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 16, 1911.
i W"Wi Jffxt vr t ty T,w' rV " M " i " j i ' JL rt . j
We bog tn nnnnunco thn following new arrivals mi the Plerrn,
which will ho shown on TUF.HIiAY,' April 1H:
LINGERIE DRESSES A veiv prtlly nssortinenl. neatly
trimmed nnd very rcnsoimblc. V
TAILORED SUITS In nnvy, lilnck, grey niul nnvy stripe nil
of the Very latest Now Yo-k styles.
HOUSE OR MORNING DRESSES--An cx"tondvv' line if
these uiuch-ciillcd-ror dresses In the veiv- lulc.it cuts, from
LONG WHITE SERQEXOATS.
SKIRTS An extensive linn of I'nnnmn Cloth Hklrts'ln nnvy,
I Inch, tnn niul grey; whlto nnd striped serge; black nnd ulilta
vollo with silk drop.
All of the nbove have been made to our special order. An In
spection of theic In well worth a villi to our store.
MAY DELINEATORS nru now on sale.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streots Opposite Fire Station
PERSONS IN THE NEWS
MRS. T. J. JONES, Columbui, Ohio! I hnvo never enjoyed n
visit so much os this ono to llnwnll. You rently hive a l'.irudlso
here. I have but ono complaint then terrible mosquitoes made
life miserable when I llrat nirlved. I.alcr I enme ncroisi some
Harmony mosqi.llo talcum nt llenson, Smith & Co.'r Itexull Store,
and by Its llberul use I was able to Keep the little pests away niul
enjoy the beautiful evenliign outdoors. It. was the talcum that
mude me decide to come again next winter.
than wn HAvn sold j-on soton timf. is now on oim
11LOCKS. Wi: HAVN TIIF, FACILITIES l'OH SIX'UHINO ONLY
Tim nnsT von ouu customuus.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE LEADING 8AL00NS
GONSALVES & CO., ltd.,
Promptness - Reliability
Never any annoying misplacing of baggage intrusted to our
care. You can depend absolutely on our service.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.,
BEING GREATLY REVIVED
Wnl awakening to the possibilities of their crop ns late ns January some
of cotton ns nn Important rind profit
able. Industry of Hawaii ndds Interest
to what CallfornlatiH are doltiK In the
same industry ax hot forth hi the- fol
In llfty en in, the annual production
of corn In the. United States bus In-
continuing picking oven Into February
The lenKth of the picking season In
n further ndvitntngo In slmptlfyltiK the
labor problem. l.as't fall ndvertlie
rncnts were Inserted In many pnpirs In
thn south, staling that 1000 laborers
were needed In the cotton fields of Caf
e-reused 20 per cent., of wheat 188 per fornln. This brought many experl
cent. mid of cotton 175 per tent. Tlio ellced cotton pickers, but the labor sup
productlon of cotton, therefore, has lly wns 8tin insulllclent, niul many In
failed to keep pneu with the Increase ,,(,, Wl,re broucht from tlio Saonlon
In the world'M requirements, or even
With the Increase. In the production of
foodstuffs. For thli reason tin' devel
opment of n new cotton growing re
gion of VUKl possibilities Js on event of
Imperial Valley Work.
Fur llvo of six yenrs, experiments In
cotton growing have been carried on In
thu luiperbil Vnlloy of California; but
It wus less than two 5 urn iiko thnt
any one had tho hardihood to actually
cngugo In cotton growing on a com
mercial scale. Five hundred acres of
laiiil were seeded In cotton In the Im
perial Valley In the sprint? of 1009. and
when tho harvest was llnlihed III thn
Winter of 1909-10, tho success of the
venture was so concluslcly established
that everjone knew that thli wui
henceforth tn bo ono of tho great sta
ple farm crops of the hot desert valley
region In the southeastern part of the
State. iJist year fully 10,000 ncres
wero planted lif cotton. The Inst of tho
crop was harvested Into hi January of
this enr. averaging' three quarters of
n bale to tip? acre. Thli season some
thing like 00,000 ncres will be planted
In cotton In the Imperial (Valley, and
probably 10.000 ncres In thu Cuachella
Vnlley, win re u vnuill iicrenuo wns
grown Inst jenr. nxperhnentnl plant
ings nre being mndn In other volleys
hn the Houlhern half of the State, and
no ono longer doubts thnt n new Cali
fornia Industry, of vnsl potential Im
portance, linn been born.
The successful Tstnbllshment of cot
ton growlnif means much more than
Increased prosperity for the fnrmers
! and higher prices for land. It means
a great Influx of new settlers, the-rapld
growth of established towns nnd tho
building of new ones, the establishment
of new manufacturing Industries, the
expansion of the dairy Industries
through the provision of tho best pos
sible stock fml, more freight for tho
railroads to haill. Increased trade with
tlio Orient, and nn nddltlunnl prosper
ity booit all along tho line.
Fruit and Cotton.
California fruit growers nnd market
gardeners haxfl, shown to all tho world
tho great things that may be accom
plished by Intefllgent cooperation. To
the various njinclatlons formed to se
cure the.cooperntlon of tho producers
In (Kicking, shipping nnd marketing
their products must ho attributed n
lnrce measure of the success of Call-
forulani In conquering markets nt tho
other edge of the continent, nnd even
across tin- ocean. Tho lesson was, not
lost On the cotton growers. They
formed the .Imperial Valley oil nnd cot'
ton lomp.iny, n cooperative ossochv
tlon to provide for handling tho cotton
crop, erxctlng a cottonseed nil mill, nnd
building cotton gins wherever needed
throughout the new cotton-growing
district. Ready cash Is necessarily
scarce In n newly settled nnd rapidly
developing agricultural region; so the
cotton planters agreed to tnko stock In
the ginning, oil pressing and marketing
agency In proportion to their proipec
tlvo ncrenge, nnd to pay forthelr stock
In cottonseed at $lf. per ton when re
celved from the gins. Nino thousand
ucrcs of cotton wero pledged, giving
the conoeratlvo association contracts
representing approximately 4500 tons of
cottonseed as a tangible uaset. As
sistance was secured from bankers In
I.os Angeles and Ban Diego, und cotton
gins wero built nt Kl Centro, Holt
vllle, nrnwley, t'nlexlco nnd Heber. At
111 Centro u eotto'isecd mill and large
seed and bull houses were erected, nnd
independent gins were built nt Impe
rial, nnd near Thermal, In tho Coach
elln, Vnlley. Cotton gins will be built
by tho cuoperiitlVH association at Mo
bile und Westmoreland, In tho Impe
rial Valley, mid tit any other points
nround which ti Hiilllclent acreage of
cotton Is planted. For n two year old
H n fa nt, therefore, cotton growing In this
part of the Colorado desert Is n well
established and thriving Industry. What
It will b6 In n deende from nbw, It re
qulnis an active Imagination tn fore
Cotton growing In the Haltnn basin
Is n. very different proposition than
cotton growing In the south, for the
reason that Irrigation Is uhsoliitely es
sential to the production of a crop,
This, of coursc.Nnvolvcs greater ex
pense, hut the application of water
Just when It Is needed nnd In Juit thn
right quantities, means the production
of greater crops, and n practical In
Mirnnco against crop failures. In the
cotton belt of Hie southr too, early
froMs frequently curtail tho crop; nnd
tho advent of winter makes Is neces
sary to rush the picking with till pos
sjblo speed. ,
In the Imperial Valley the first cot
ton bolls open III August, hut tho be
King Street, next to Young Duilding
reservation In Arizona. Boinc of tho
Mission Indians of California, nnd Mex
icans from below the border gave ths
new employment n lr7nl, nnd It Is prob
able that the supply of Jatsir from
these various sources will bo equal tn
till future demands. In the south 75
cents per 100 pounds Is the prevailing
rate pnld for picking. In tho Imperial
Vnlliy many growers paid $1.25 per 100
pounds, nnd II was tho lowest rate paid
last season. Some pickers nchleve as
much ns n bale (of, 600 pounds) In n
day, but tho average Is nearer 250
California's first cotton crop wns
pructlcally nil taken by cotton mills ol
Oakland, and was converted Into twine,
rope, bedspreads and similar articles.
Experts representing great thread
manurncturlng nnd textile Industries
have examined nnd tested the liber, and
have pronounced It equal to the best
of the sanio. urletles grown In the
Southern Stntes. Representatives of
large cotton mills nt Toklo and Kobe.
Japan, hnvo Investigated conditions In
thu Haljon basin nnd the quality of the
cotton produced there, with the double
object of llmllng new sources of supply
for their mills nnd of ascertaining w lint
opportunities there are for their own
countrymen to engage In cotton cul
ture Rates to Orient. "
Rntes of transportation give the Cal
ifornia cotton growers n decided ad
vantage In supplying the cotton mills of
the Orient. Th rate from Texas points
to Him Francisco are 30 cents per 100
pounds higher than from the Imperial
Vallev. It Is evident, then, that cotton
growers of the Imperial and Conchella
valleys have nn unlimited outlet In the
markets of the Orient, and that the
expansion of the now Industry will re
suit In a great enlargement of our trade
with Japon. It Is evident, too. that the
manufacture of cotton goods In Call
fornla must recolve a, great Impetus.
Much of the production so-far has been
marketed In Oakland; nnd the growth
of the Industry of cotton growing In
the Saltan bosln will Inevitably result
lii putting many thousands of spindles
whirling In tho manufacturing centers
of tho State.
For several years the, government has
been experimenting In the Imperial
Valley with Kgyptlun cotton, simitar to
the Sea Island cotton grown on Isinntts
off tho coast of Oenrgln. but with long
er, liner und more elastic libers. It Is,
In fact, the most valuublo "cotton pro
duced anywhere, and millions of dol
lars" worth are Imported Into the Unit
ed States for mixing with the Inferior
staples of the South. It appears to
have been conclusively proven that
Kgyptlan cotton will nourish In Cali
fornia' ns weU ns In Hgypt. If further
experience confirms this opinion, Cali
fornia, will unquestlonnbly rank ob the
most Important cotton growing State In
tho Union, In proportion to tho aver
age devoted to tho crop.
The weight of tho cotton seeds, from
which tho libers have been removed, Is
fully twice the weight of the libers
themselves. Until after tho civil war
the seeds were regarded a? worthless,
and nil but tho relatively smull quan
tity needed for planting were destroy
ed. Upon this "waste" product has
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THIS is our
in pleasing the
'-n who appreciate
jjK" clothes 'that
y nave cnaracter
1 is due to our
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sortment of ex
Styles and Fab
rics. We only
ask you to
come in and
then make com
from $20.00 to
their greatest perfection. In India, thn
cradle of the human race, the plant is
supposed to have been "llrst'cultlvated,
and Its libers woven Into articles of
use nnd adornment For ages It hns
been grown In Ugypt ami China, und
when America was llrst dlicovired It
was found that the natives nt Mexico
and 1'iTii were wearing garments made
World's Cotton Supply.
More than three-fourths of the
w'orld'H cotton supply Is grown In the
United Statis. tho crop of 1910 exceed
ing (900,000,000 In value. In the cot
ton belt of the South practically the
entire population depends, directly or
Indirectly, upon cotton for prosperity,
If not for n bare livelihood. More than
30,000,000 acres are planted In cotton
every year, nnd It hns been computed
that not less than 850,000 men, women
and children nre-enguged In the cotton
fields of the South picking thp crop.
Much more than half of the work Is
performed by girls and women prnc
tlcnlly all negroes the serfs of .King
It Is now claimed thnt n really ef
ficient cotton picking machine, has been
Invented nt last It has been largely
employed tn Texas during the last
season, und Is said to hnvo performed
tho work as well as hand Inbor and nt
a frnetlonW the cost. If nil that Is
claimed for It proves true. It will
eventually work as great nn economic
been built up nn Industry employing , IlB tllnt irollKt to pass by
moro than tl00.000.000 of capital, unir ' .. ,..,,.
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giving employment to many uioiisami"
of people. This Is the manufacture of
cottonseed oil, now used for many dif
ferent purposes. From It s "made n
substitute for butter, un Imitation of
lard, lubrlcntlng oils for machinery and
n superior kind of soap. It Is largely
used In the preparation Of pnlnts; and
It Is snld thnt largo quantities are ex
ported to Kurope each year, tojie re
turned In fancy bottles labeled "Olive
Oil"; nml sold nt many times the ex
port price. It Is said thnt certain Im
ported ollvo oils have been found to
contnln 00 per cent of cottonseed oil.
The residue, o(ter the oil hns boen ex
tracted, Is n veryr valuable food for
cattle, horses nnd swine, and Is shipped
to every Stnje In the Union. Thnt Is
why the development of a great cotton
growing Industry ought to mean much
to tho dairying Interests of tlio State.
Hvcr simio primitive man discarded
imrinents made of the skins of wild
animals, the grenser pnrt or mo numan
nice has worn clothing woven from the
libers of the cotton plant. It Is worn
bv nearly every tribe, excepting the
-Esquimaux nnd the I'ntngonlani. Its
cultivation forms one of the most Im
portant nKrloiiUlir.il pursuits, and Its
nmnufacturo constitutes one of . tho
leading Industries. It must, therefore,
bo regarded ns ono of nature's most
useful productions, taking rnnk not far
below wheat, corn, rice and potatoes as
ginning of picking tho crop Is deferred ,n necessity of civilized existence. Some
until September, on account of the ex- species of the cotton plant Is Indigenous
tieino heat In summer. On account of to nearly every tropical and seml-trop-the
practical absence of rain, the crop leal country. The snecles'mnst coin
suffers no damage or Injury bv being monly cultivated are native tn the
left iinnlekKil unlll verv lit" III the sen- t'oplcs. bnl It Is In the wnrm'r pirts
urn. Man,v p'iiilcii picked fully half of temperate lands that they attain
D !.. Mn4 from wlioln tlAVAtlan
IMttenpplennrul tlic Wvt rVni.l
At all Mfutn foiintjiliiM inwl Storun
Arctic Soda Water Works
I'lnuutiu Syrup for iim uu hot rnVr, wnfltf
rt A .tvllrlujH fluiorliiif for imiirtifan. M't twAum
At All Cli-ocurn
PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD.
Francis, lender rind director.
10. (0, solemn poutlllcnl iibiki. by his
Lordkhlp Illshup J.lbcrt. assisted by the
dtiio.ni and stihdcncon. Sermon on the
renirrcctlnn During the mais. sing
ing by thn choir of the cathedral, und
with iirchestr.i nccompanllnent. of the
celebrated St. t.Ycllln Mass, by William
Mlltfi.br, under the leudersUlp of Itev. ,
F t'lrlcli.' Olfertory,. Iteglna Coell, sob,
nnd'chorus by Tnmiilllntte.
3 p. .in, continuation, followed by
solemn benediction of tho blessed sac
r.iuienl. No service In the evening.
8t. Auaustlno Chapel, Walklkl.
Nine ii. m . low mass, with sermon
Special music by thn choir.
Sacred Heart, Punahou.
Seven u. m , low tnnss, with holy
communion. Singing during the mass.
St, John the Baptist, Kalihl.
i.ifTm-iniriy n. tn., niKii solemn mass.
Cotton wns Introduced Into territory
that was nfttrunrds Included In the
United Stntes In the year 1S3A from
Mexico. 1 or nearly 250 years It wns
grown to n limited t'xtent for home
use. In 1780 Is wus llrst exported, In
1781 eight bags, or about 3000 pounds,
were shipped to Liverpool.1! whero It
was seized by the English custnmhouso
officials on the ground that tho Amor
loan States could not possibly have
produced so prodigious n qtirtntlly, mid
that the .captain of the vessel must
have smuggled It from some other
country At the present time American
cotton rorms the principal reliance of
the great textile Industries of Or oat
llrltiiln, France, Holland, (lerni.iny and
Ilelglum, nlth'ough Egypt exports tho
fiber to the vnlue of 1110,000,000 mi
nunlly. Ileynnd doubt the most Important
lalsir-savlng device ever Invented In the
United Stntes was the cotton gin Its
Influence upon tlie wealth. Industries
and destinies of the United States has
been Incalculable. llefore Its Inven
tion the fibers of the cotton bolls were
separated from tho seisls by baud The
slowness of the process may bo Imag
ined when It Is known that It required
a full day's labor of one person to
separate a fclngle pound of the liber.
The llrst gin wus a crude urtalr, hut
by Its use ono man could separate 1,-
000 pounds of thn libers In n day It
has since been Improved to such nn ex
tent that with It one man can acioin-
pllsli more than 2000 can perform with
At St. Andrew's Cathedral.
A splendid musical program will bo
given In St. Andrew's cathedral to
morrow morning. The communion
service will bo held lit 11 o'clock, when
the "To lVnin." by Garrett, will bo
sung by the church choir. The nn
them, "tlod Until Appointed n Day"
(Tours), will ulso bo rendered by so
bs ted musicians. Mr, Carter will play
the selections on tho organ,
This morning the Interior of tho
church was decorated bv Miss Mary
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in L .. .' ' I".: ' ,i" ', . t" .I I '" n'H-lnl nul fr the. occasion-
TIi dorsal Is n.loril.il Willi m.11,1 1..1- bl'- J0"P"' "Oanal
of lilies, which arrived this morning
Illsliop llestnrlck will prench nt tho:
communion service. Ho will bo nsslst
ed by other workers of the church.
Itev. i. Kroll will address the Hawai
ian service, which will be held at 9MC.
The hymns will bo sung In Hawaiian,
with Miss Tnjlor us' orgnnlst.
At Kawalahao Church.
Itev. II II. Parker will prehrlf to
innrinw morning. It Is cxpis'ted Hint
it largo number of the Iluwullan legis
lators will be present. Tim church Ii
being decorated' today with Haster
lilies, liuder the supervision of Mrs, U.
First Methodist Episcopal Church.
Corner of IKretaul.i iweuuu nml Vic
toria street, ltov. M. C Smith, pas
tor, l'msouuge udjolnhrg church. Tel
Sabbath slhool (it utlfj a. m.
Mnrnlng worship nt 11 .o'clock.
Kpwurlh-Ia-uKUo lit G:!I0 p. in.
livening service nt 7iao o'clock.
The luistor will prench at both morn
ing anil evening services nnd will tnko
for bis liiMs "The Living Dvnd" ifnd
"Some (lriMl Surprises." There will b
special ll.mtor inusli: ut both- services.
.Special notion Is being given tn the
Wednesday evening prayer uuutlngs,
ami they are being conducted hi n viry
St. Clement's Church.
There will bo a cih brat Ion of the
holy communion at St Clement's
church on Uaster morning at 7 o'clock
und also al the II o'clock service.
Mveiisomr at half-past seven
Seven ii. m., t-olomnlilgli mass, with
At Oahu Prison and County Jail.
Si Veil n. in to 5 p. in, special ser
vice, under the leadership of V II Vl-intln.
HlouthOH there it tilan ith soul
AVhn never to himself liitth salil,
"My trade of late is Killing bad,
I'll try. ntuitlier ten-Inch ml,"
If such there be, go mark him welt,
For him no bank iiKiiiint bhnll swell;
Nn iitigol watch tile Riildeii stair'
Tn welcome hint 11 tullllonalio. v
Tho nimi vvlio never arks fur tnulo
lly local line or ml. illsphijed.
Cures more for test than Worldly gain
Anil when bullies go plant him deep.
Tread lightly, ft lends, let no rude
Disturb lil solicitude, profound;
Heie let hint live In calm rcpnto,
Unsought except by men he owes,
Ami vihcn-lio illoa go plant him deep
That liaugli may break his dreamless
Wherein no clamor may dispel
TheH(liilet that lie loved so well;
And that the world may know Its loss.
Place on his. gravn n wreath of moss
And oil 11 Hloun nbove, "Here lies
A 'chump vvlio would not advertise."
Hollo (Mo ) Sliarpxhisiler.
T''n in 'in nf the period Is behind
tho dollar 111:11 k.
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SIN and 7 a. M..I1.W ilia-'., with com.' "" ""'1 "l"" '' '"' "'
,n,inli,n will tell you Unit when he quarrel
ft a 111. mVs. with spiidal iim-do bv itli his wife lie iloet.u'l pit a I'lianco
the St I null Clle;e Ii . Ibutlu r ti) hit) much
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