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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, APH. 1, 1011.
EN DON'T MISS THIS ! HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUN TY
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"e have1 just received another shipment of high-grade clothing at exceptionally low prices. They are in two and
three piece Suits, Blue Serge, Worsteds, Cheviots, French Alpaca, Cassimeres, Flannels and Self Stripe. - .
Why Not Buy Direct and Save Middle' Mian's Profits
We can save you from 40 to 65 per cent. Prices from $6.50 to $21.50. We give good, solid, honest value. The
suits are the products of the best makers. The materials excellent. BWi i g I83 1 Fl n l1! CLOTHIERS
The tailoring faultless. Styles pleasing the quiet and fashionable 1 Spa m I &b ft 1 1 Bh Ik porj. Street
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dressers It is to the interest of every man to purchase a suit of J gg Rsa isa ffl W fca 1 1 near Beretania -.
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No nlhrr iiuiiiiiriictiirvr rim linfillico
tin- car ilcscrlbcit liclmv, hcII It at the
, prico i ask .mill Inakon prnllt. ThH
l ii fact lilcli i'oiiiiiirlwiii will inif.
t.Vrtnln It In, tint no maker kIvp n
iiiiicIi fur ro llttlo. i'5.(io DvitIiiiiiI
niHrH know this from cxpei li-ncc.
The plant i of tln Willy- l)i'iliinil
Co arr tho hii'RPit. most iinnplctp mul
WH 1'ipilppi'il. The Totcilo pi. ml alone
toviTH "0 aiTim. Tho flw uvi-rlinil
iIiihN aro iihiolulcly Ktaml.irillzpd
No niakiT In lliu world Horki to clon'f
IIimIIh In llnrnpun of lit.
Aloilcl 5.'!. with 1'nrp Door uml CVntip Contiol. 110"
liixiirloiinly iiplioistoroil. tliMi i.ir, pipilppi'il ullli a
llliuli-tiu-s ami lluxlhlllty. (130U.
We know, beyond nil question, Hint OVERLAID MCJDEL 53, ihown on
this paBe, IS THE GREATEST AUTOMOBILE VALUE IN THE WORLD.
We also know that It Isn't nn easy matter for the man who is seeking
tho best car for his monoy to make a choice. .
Ho is perplexed by the conflicting advice of friends, preconceived prej
udices, and tho oxtravagant misleading statements of ovcrzealous.advcrtising
writers and automobile salesmen. .,
There is ono way to maVe the right decision QUICKLY and CAREFUL
LY and CORRECTLY, and that Is to Investigate, compare 'and judge for
yourself. Make a careful comparison point for point. If it is possiblo take a
ride In each-of tho cars. y '
The buyer who selects a ear on the merits of this comparison and dem
onstration invariably selectsithe OVERLAND.
Consider and bear this point in mind always, that the OVERLAND is a
manufactured car, every part and every piece mado by us, after our own de
sign, by our own men, in our own plants.
Unlimited .facilities, onormous production of." exact standardized dupli
cates, an ideal organization built up, controlled and directed by ono man
John N. Willys enables us to make the minimum price ontho maximum of
motor car efficiency.
heel ll.isp, TlM'H ::Ix."'i A looiny, licautifullv MiMicl.
hlKh tint) 30 II. I fonr-ollmliT motor of .-n it c ItU-l'-ncy.
Von Hamm Young Co.
. .MODEL 53 FORE DOOR OVERLAND SPECIFICATIONS
MOTOR V miiko ilvu moilelK. 22 hmly htjlrn. i In1 to II I'. 4-i')lliiuVr
iiiolorx, 0!" In IIS" whpi'l Imho, at prl"p raiislhi; fnun $77' to IIUJ5. An
wo liNlcvr III ilolMK ono thliu at a time an rimhI at know how, wo
rti-Noto IIiIh piiko rpnlvpy to Mmlrl 0.1, MM. Tho imiln', llko upry-
v tlilnu pine III tlu- i.ir. Is of our own ilonlcu niit-maniif.u'tiirp, of tho rour-rjlhiili'i-,
four-i'i.'p lpp, l"xl',i" L'jIlnilirK, Iiiup larco wati-r Jaeki'tM and
aip cast ninety. Cjllnilprx alp cant froin a special Krailp of iliio KraliiPd
inutiil from our own foriiiiil.i'. ("rani: HliuftK, lonni'i'thiR rodH ami all
otlur fnrKliiKH, niailp In our Olop forsp pfant, aro of liUrli raihoii manea
iipwi ktoil. All heiirlnK". oyllmlpRs. 'plutons mul rliifx uro (.toiiihI to
mirror kiiu'oIIhickh, iniiirltiK Ioiir llfo, frpcilom from near anil pmlllvo
roin'i'i'Hkni. Cyllmlira oflVet, motor muiippihIpiI at thrpo polntH from
mala fiuini hraeoil for thin purpose, dlKpiulmr with tnnip'lKitlmi anil
wi'lKht of Miilifranip i:ntlri' motor nmstriicli'il with a vl w to niuoKnl
hlllty. 1'lKtmi rimes llttpil iri'pii-ly to i,J of l.Cnn of an luph lipnrliiint
1-1 nno of an huh. It Isn't ppMillilu toijiiillil a motor laoro acruratrly, nf
Kivalir ipilptiiPHH or cIlk'IriK'y.
WHEEL BASE-110 Indies; TREAD .'.C. to (iO tnvhoi.: SIZE OF TIRES
SEATING CAPACITY I'lvn uracnc ri.
TRANSMISSION Tliree upeiil ami rtviwi wli-i-llvu l) CLUTCH cone.
IGNITION Dual syslein. with ono set of xpml. 1'liupi. lllcli Icntiloii iniii:
ncto uml I'.itttty '
DRAKE3 lnturiKil exp.iiullius ami uxlirnnl eoutraetluj.
SPRINGS 2" Suml-elllptle, thrrf-iiuarUTK elllptlo niir.
STEERING GEAR Worm anil BcRinunt inljiistulilo. ,
FRONT AXLE Drop forced I-heam biellonj REAR AXLE UliiiI-IIiuIIuk. 4
FRAME I'ri'HKiil Hteel, simile drop, drilled In iIrIiI "Jl;s" to Injure jiirfect
allKiimcnt. all jolntM hot ilcled, all iiiii;U'm lauvllj ulnlojeeil.
LAMPS-2 pm ami S oil
COLOR Dark blue body, cieain Ke.ir ,
BODY Mmlevliy ux No better matPilal or uoikmaiD'hlp "is:illile oien
front or fori door at Iho-aanio prli'e
SAY THE PEOPLE
Many Citizens Appear lo Up
hold Bill For Preserving
Natural Park. -
An lYWruhelmluK ami lUilj ixtitl-
Inent on tho p.irt of itllri'iiH In faor
of the hill setthiK nslile Mnkll.l Valley
as a piihlle park wuh evidenced lastj
iiIrIiI. win 11 the limine loimulllco on
public l.ruilK held a hearing In the ball
of IteptPHentntlic A number of
pioiiilnent rltlzpiiK. Imludlni; fhlof
Juatk'o ItobertMin, wrij prcnent'on be
half of the park measure.
tiiileid. tho HPiitliient wiim to all In
lentK unanimous, for tho only two ob
jections r.ilMtl lo the bill were' founil
nl 011 inUundcrHliiiiilInf; of Ita erf(i.t.
I'roil Tlirrill, the Democratic polltl
ilan, wasted a lot of oratory In de
liouneliiK tho bill until he was Inform
ed' lli.it Ills iirKiiment of lho"Kro:jt px
peilMi of iiiallilalnlni; the 'park has no
beailtiK whatever, as It Is to bo u liat
pra'l park and no maintenance neces
sary The otlur opponent of the bill
IhoiiKlit some bind mlKht be set apart
that Is jniw useful to kiow scit pot
tatoes upon, but later arKUincntri dls
poinl of his objections.
Campbell on Record.
Siipcrlntrmlvnt of 1'iiblle Works
t'ampliell was present to explain his
plan for a sale Of lilts anil a ro.id to
be built from tho proceeds, but one of
tho luoslenjnval'ie features of the
evflilmr was the deft wuv In which
t'hlef Justice lltihcrthim Kot Campbell
Jn lucord as hi fm or of tho park
meusure Itself, v 1 1 1 1 h, if It passes,
knocks out thu,xtipirlut ndent's plan
to sell lots thele.
('halrm.iii Alfmisu of the public
I. mils committer, to open the henrlm.'
called upon opponents of the bill to
express thciiiM Ives
I'red TurrJII Mioko In npp il:!nii lo
tlin plan "Tho cltj and county of llo
110I11I11 Is pu)lnK J13U0 a iniMith for
pnikx and park maintenance, and tho
only park It onus Is tho one Olmrlry
Ac hi wt v mul It was covered by a
niortvaso. The 'ferritin' wIII4kUo us
more p.irk.Si. but nolhlut; to run them
In answer to a iiilcstloii, Hupcrlntcn
dent f'.liupbell said the tots ale to bo
wild 011 llvc-yeur lernis and the same
reiiulreim nts a, Alewa Heights.
One of the men present said, 'Te
b'l'ii tnluK for uioullis to 11ml out
about these lots uml I couldn't vet any
Information .iifoiil It. 1 Kot the double
stcr CMi'xwIan ri 'Mil the laud olllce.
and the mil estate men whom 1 nsked
about It mul who I beard oueht to
knew "omcthiiiK about It. couldn't Klvo
mi anv It. lui motion"
.Suiernit. nib nl Campbell said: 'It
was Just al out three weeks iikii or
een los that the laud hoard Rave me
authoilty to say at what price ami
lei ms these lots aro to be sold." .'
.Mr Campbell then went on to ex
plain, b the old of a larco eoloiedi
nia, the .Maklkl. Valley situation, with
lefciince lo mads and natural tca
lurts. n hHit' of 11 proposed load
iiiuulnir op the aley whleli, bo sa)H.
Kins alt the appioaeh mcessary to the,
exIslhiK public I mils blubc r up. I
"Ibe main lots of particular iilim
pro In the loer section oil tho llat,"
he said "There Is no Intention nil 1110
pari of the public Infills department to
do amtlilia; but preserve Maklkl.
Hound Toil and Tantalus for public
V It. l-'airniKlon said: "Jlay I nsK
the last speaker with what funds he
proposes to pay for the ro.ul iirouiul
Hound Top?" '
"Tlirio Is u measuru flow beforo this
House to prolde funds to build the
road from the sale." I
".May I ask It there has been an es
timate made of the co"'. of this ro.ul?"
"No." replied Mr. Campbell, "thrre
has In eif none So far the prisoner
h.ie been dolnir what work was done,
and thev could not nnikn an estimate"
Mr. l-'arriiiBtoii tln.fi asked: "In cjisu
thero Is not enoiiKh money derived
from the sale of the lots to pay for
the ro.ul, I-. It not possible that funds
would bu diverted from other pur
"I think that would not be the case,"
"Hut It would be possible, would It
And Mr Campbell then answered.
"Yes. It would be possible."
Then -Mr. I'arrliiuton said: "Mr.
Chairman, the Kaaliunianu Imprme
ment Club the other evcnliu! endorsed
the plan to prcacrvn Maklkl Valley for
a public paik. I wiik appointed ir
chairman of. a.commltlee to carry out
the wIsIich of the club. I think If It
were made possible lo make 11 rule
iiEiilust the alleuatfoli of any portion
of the Miller for pilvate piinyves It
would be a Ood-seiul Jo the Territory
nnd particularly to the city and county
of Honolulu "
llo expressed surprise 'Hint the sec
tion propoMsl to be opened should be
coiisldrreil ns desirable for resilience!
"They are almost pure sand, Hioso
lots In the upper portion of Maklkl
Valley It seems to me most unnlsn
that any portion of these lots would
bo fold that liilfshl JropaidUc MuKlt.l
Valley, particular!) Ibe Wnlklkl side
It terms to ino It would be 11 waste of
money at this lime to bulb! a load
that, would be practically an iiutomo
bllc.firo.id. 1 doubt If tho tale of the
J II. l.nos elei lured ait.iluxt the park
plan. ' Put up tie lots ami let llu m
brllii; what tlie will, anil bt the' road
lake care of llself." he sabl
James I, 'Mcl.ran spoke slronitly In
favor of prcscnhiK tho allcy for a
Not Opposed, Says Campbell,
Hupcilntrudcrit Campbell said he is
In favor of kecphnr the upper nlley
ami perhaps not sellliiR the "saml lots"
at all. ami went a little further when
chief Justice Robertson sabl:
"Then you are not opposeil to the
piuwiKo of this bill?"
"Absolutely not," said Campbi'll
"fJhlel to hear It." rejoined the chief
Chief Justice Itedicrtsou, rcspomlltm
lo n call from the chairman, sabl. "I
am Kind there Is such n umitilmit of
opinion hire oer the bill I am par
ticularly Bind to see that the rtuper-
Ihti intent of Public Works Is In favor
of It. Someway I Kot the Impression
that he was aipilhst It." lie told of
the various attacks made when tlto
Taplalus road and the Volcano ro.ul
were built and the complete vindication
later He lonlliiueil "Maklkl Vallcj
Is a natural park nnd tho only thlni;
of the kind we Iuip. 1 for one hope)
to fee action taken by this I.ei;lliitori
to preserve that park Tho only lots
that woubl brltnr iinylhlUK at s He lire
not Intended to bo kept Intact under
Mils bill, and there Is nothliiK to pre
vent the Superintendent of 1'tWillc
Worka from sclllm,- them There Is ne
expense entailed under this bill, lis the
prlsomrs can take cure of the trails
'uml l"orosler Hosmer can aid In sup-
. pljlni; trees to plant there "
I Superintendent Cumphcll riueo to say
to Justice Robertson: ' If yefii li.nl any
' Idea that I was opposed lo this plan.
Noil I'uiat have derived II from iinre
I liable sources. This park plan Iiiih
bee n planned nnd studleil ami tliou'cht
if by me for at'lenst three curs"
Colonel J. II. Super elcclaresl, "We
want this valley preserved In Its lu
te crlty mid If succiciIIiik I.cKlshituro
want to, can spend a few' bundled
lliousaml dollars on It "
I' S. Dodce favoreil Hie irk plan
niut said there Is tin objection to the
sale of the lower lots, which Is not
prohibited uiielr tho teims of the Mar
ealllun hill. . I
1 Supervisor S.un ,I)wIki1 declareil
himself In faor of Hie bill President
(lllllinrc of the ('olleue of Hawaii alsei
spijkc brlelly but cmpliatlcatly III Its,
l.feveM ffnrt flin M,iiit,iNp,t Am, riciti
who chtirKi's that lie was lliceed out of
J.'.S.Ono by three Italians with whom
he vlslteil Paris Knmhllnir resorts, turns
out to ln (iermaii whosu homo Is lit,
Us would come uu where mar fur
iiIhIiI riFT cuoiiKli money to build tho
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