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FVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Ti" H, MONDAY, NOV. 8, 1911.
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Cleveland tvlio doesn't smoke ,
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agon naa no business In Cleveland ,
Inldci Jicovcn is III Iioiiig . How
ever.lel ushopellicwliolc story
merely a device oT enemies ol
IKdtfalr city.
IN THE DISCARD.
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Tim first woman ever tt enter the
diplomatic hum Ice of any country In
Mm world Is Miss Carolina I.lusl, a
litis heeij appointed by the President
of I'riijffiuy as tin attache of the Uru-
nyna legation tit Ilrussels, Uelglmii.
The Idea of a union of Central Dr. Francis 11 Clnrlc. til ft founder of
American republics under one, govern- the 'Christian Khdeuvorj Society, rlhas
inent Is gaining ground In Cluntemnlii, been the honored guest of Canadian
nnd It Is predicted the project will be Fmlcnvorors ut n Krent celebrntlon on
realized by the time tho Panama Canal .his sixtieth birthday nt Aylmer, Que
Ir flnlshcil. j 'bee. his. birthplace.
LOUISIANA SHOWS HOW SMALL
FARMER CAN BE AIDED PRACTICALLY
BY C. S. ALBERT. I
(Htwclil Hull M In dirnsiiondineo.) I
Ni:V OIILIJANH Oct 20. In many
rcspcrlH the lmsliun Dxhlblt In tho
United Stales Land and Irrigation
Kxiosttlnn. to bo held nl Chlcngu No
vember IS to December 9, will bo
unl(tie In the history of such affairs;
11iitu will bo no prhato exhibits, no
land oxploltatlon, and no hmstliiit of
private cnteriirlfes or prlwito Intor
CEts. Tho State of Louisiana, In Un
olllclnl capnclly, will ho In full cbnrRo,
aniiulll vouch for the txhlhlts shown
and the Information eo'ircrnliiR Louis,
lana that Is supplied tho lsllors. In
order to carry out thlt Idea Governor
Sunders has mined n c(iiiiinlslon, of
which Dr. W. It. Dudsnn, 1'ieslilent o.'
Ilio L-)ulslani Stato Agricultural Col
lege, Is chnlrman. 1 1lls rouiuilssloii
has full clinrno of Iho miller, a nil
with liberal funds nt Its ciuntii mds
has plunncd what It Is hellrcd will
proo the most cl.ilnralo and strlklnR
exhibit from nny stute.
Hubert Olcnk, Curnlor of tho U)ttls
lana Stato Museum, a membet of tho
commission nnd a limn of wldo uxps
rlcnco In such matters, has planned
the I-oulslani booth, which will oc
cupy tho largest spate allotted to a
stato In tho Chicago Coliseum.
Tho Louisiana Stale Department of
Agriculture, Tho Stato Immlgntlim
League, Tho lxitilslnui Development
League, Tho Ivmilslnna Stale Pair As
sociation, Tho 8tnlu Unlu-rslly, Tho
Stato Museum, Tho Ilos' Corn Cluba
mill Farmers' Institutes, and Chic and
Commercial organisations In all parts
of tho Stale nro cooperating with Iho
commission, and have (oiublliod their
error !b to malte the exhibit of Umls
luna's agricultural u-sourccs tho
greatest in tho State's history.
In very recent veins, or since Iho
boll weevil opened the ejes of tho
cotton farmers to the economic sldo
of diversification, tho cultivation of
cut over pine lands opened up n pro
fitable Industry In carl) vegetable and
strawberry cultiiroj tmtl the nrtlllcial
drainage of tho wet alluvial lands im
pelled fresh attention to Iho Delta
country, conditions In Louisiana havo
mdorgono n complete metamorpho
sis. Six 5 Mrs ago I.oulslani annually
linimrlcil some 2n.0v)i.uun bushels of
corn with 'which (o feed her stock.
Her own farmers did not know bow
to cnltlvalo coni. lVmers' Instltutei
havo now taught lliem bow, ami last
5 ear tiud tills Umlslan.i not only
lalscd corn enough for her own use,
but became nn cxisirtcr ob well. As
n result of tho bos' corn club move
ment, n loulslnm boy In December,
1910, won first prlio nt tho National
Corn Show nt ColmnbiM, Ohio, in
competition with in.OOO other bjjs,
will) corn ho had grown on 1 ind which
had never bcfoio produced more than
20 bushels to tho ncrc. Ho got 13t
bushels per acre nt a total cost of
-3c per bushel,
Many other Illustrations of the
ptrlklng changes that havo taken
placo In Iulslana during tho pist
few jonrs mlglit bo cited. For In
stniico, n single' town In tho plno belt
In ono season has shipped 0j0 car
loads, averaging 700 crates or cjr,
of strawberries grown on cut-over
line lands which four years ago wcio
acid In litllo cslcein. A cotton farm
or, who was all but ruined by tho
boll weevil, turned his cot'on lnnds
Into potatoes, onions and other food
stuffs and doubled bis profits ovci
tho best j ear he Ind ever had In cot
ton liefolo Iho boll weevil came. A
Michigan man last ear got GO tons
of sugar cano per ncro from artificial
ly drained land which thcnatlvo farm
ers would not havo paid GOc nn ncro
for ten years ago.
These aro merely Incidents In llm
I'grlculturnl awakening that has de
clined In Uiiiislaua In the lust llvo
vears, nnd merely servo to lllustrato
the broad drift of things.
Many old plantation cs'ntcs havo
been cut up Into small farms, and arc
now being cultivated In 20 nnd 40
ucrq tracts by thrifty farmers find
their families. In this way tho over
load or plantation system Is rapidly
disappearing, nnd enterprising hide
pendent farmers nro roplac'ng Ignor
ant hired labor.
Louisiana's object In giving mi ex
lilblt In her olllclnl capacity Is to
niako such nn exhibit truly reflect nc
dial conditions freed from nil selfish
motives. No land will be sold and
.lono offered for salo nt Ixinlslanu'H
booth.
Tho wisdom of this plan becomes
apparent when it Is known that tho
r.tato Itself has taken tho lead In
bringing about tho change from loth-
crglc prosperity under a mild ell in
nto nnrf iirollfla'iioll to active enter'
prise In all movements looking to
general development aiid; ngrlchltural
expansion along tho most wlinlcsomo
Hues.
mnrmmuT
SCHOOL BEGINS
A record-breaking jenr In the edu
cational department of tho J oung
Men's Christian Association Is antici
pated Work In night school iltpart
mi'iit hi gins this evening. A strung
start of Instructors nnd splendid now,
equipment comhlnu In giving promlso
of greater results than ever before.
There nro fourteen drawing tnblcs nnd
seating capacity for thirty students In
the bookkeeping room. The tjpcvvrlt
Ing room Is mulppid with tight new
vMblo tMievvrlttrs In dustproof ense
tables, nnd two redwood tables will
stnt twelve Mudtiits comfortably In
the shorthand room Handsome school
desks nrp used In the HnglMi, arithme
tic, mathematics and emplojeil bojs"
class rooms.
J (!. Anderson, who has had charge
of the bookkeeping course nt the Y.
M V A. for the past four years, will
ngaln be the Instructor. A largo num
ber of students nre enrolling for these
t lasses. The shorthand classes will bo
under the cure of IMmond I. Melunphy,
who conducted successful courses both
In beginning shorthand mid shorthand
dictation lust enr An unusually largo
mnnlur of students tire applying for
typewriting, which will be given by M,
J, Moore, stenographer nt the Immigra
tion station.
For tbn drawing courses, Carl It An
drews, chief eiiglnetr of the O. It. nnd
L. Co, lias been secured as Instructor.
A special effort Is being made to enlist
joiing men who nro learning survclng
for the drawing and trigonometry
classes. The latter will bo given by
l'rofessor Howard M. Ilallou of tho
Colleges of Hawaii, who will nlso In
struct in nlgibrn and geometry.
J. H. Illgglns, Instructor In Hngllsb,
will ngnln bo In charge of this Import
ant branch of learning. Ho will bo ns
slslert by W. II. Melnecke, who bns had
teaching experience In Dnglhdi. M II.
Il.ilros of McKlnley High School tench-1
Ing force will conduct tho nrltlimi tlC
classes, for which there Is nlvvnys good,
demand.
A sptcl.il prcpiratory business courso(
for bos under eighteen years, who
have not computed the grammar school
subjects, will be given In the educa
tional class 'rooms of the boys' depart
ment on Tuesday and Thursday even
ings, beginning this week, l'rofessor
A. I Andrews of the Coljego of Hawaii,
who wiis 'imS of lilsi 'yeais teachers,'
land' Ji.Ui-P'ivlH. &uperUslng jirlnclpnl
'of the Ttoynl Rtshool.iwho wqljtutru
Ire. njamln
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