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MM t 1912 Packard 5'Six" Phaeton fWJjJJ
B9 Packard Service RJ
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1 The. von Hamnv Young Co., Ltd. 1
tek . SOLE DISTRIBUTORS Bpj
Judging lv the report hnmlril Injoa.
trnln) nflirnoon nt tin- meeting t tha
I'roniolloii Committee, the xecond I'an
I'nclHc congress, which In to lie held
In Honolulu from February It to Feb
ruary 24, 1012, Klvm prnmlKe of being
more Important, than Hecreturv WimiiI
eer dreamed of, n iiiiihh of letUrn
luivlng been rccelrl from nil our the
vv or Id
N'otlllcntlona from Mirloin bodleH
that they hnvo appointed delegate In.
illintc thnt the Hurting N to be one
of tbf greatest Importance The Ann r-
.lian Manufacturer' Kxport AmrocIiIIoii
,of New York, of whlih Henry T Will
In neiretnry, linn nppolnted four dele
Bates, and he linn aim notified Wood
that If he u tidies It, he will take tint
matter up with President Tnft to en
sure the coihuIj- In lug present
Among those nlready nppolnted ax
delegates are the following:
H U Lnxnrim of the Suva (FIJI)
Chamber of Commerce; Lcstir May-
nan), United Htntcn ioiimiI nt Harbin,
who hopes to arrange bis Itinerary to,
p In loii(iuii ut thnt time; J. Knox
lliirton of I'uiblo, Colo, appointed by
the Governor of Colorado; Itcv. It, I'.
Hinlth, (rustic of the Illinois Wislentl
Unlverslt; N'ntlmnltl J Hlmons, by tha
Knnsuit City (Mo) Clinmber of Com
mtrcu; Qenernl Trnlllc Munager Judah,
appointed by Uie Southern l'uclllc
Itnlluay; W. It Fiirrlngtoii of Hono
lulu, appointed by the Governor of
Oklahoma; T, Clhe IMvlea and F. K.
Dodge, appointed by the Massachusetts
Institute of Technnlngv; Albtrt II.
Clark of Honolulu, University of Illi
nois; Dr. Doremui ricudder and O
Swesey, Jorthwest Unlversltj; Dr C.
I' Ilurney and Ula Long, (leorgctovv i
University, The pep.irtment of Com
mono and Ijibor writes that thiy hope
to be able to send a representative;
the Han Francisco UxpoMtlon Commis
sion will, send a rtpresentiitlve, as will
the Philippines; the Caiudlin Puclllo
Hallway will have u rt preventative
here, to be named Intir, mid the l'nl
verslty of California will send one of Its
FINE NEW CADILLACS HERE FOR
VON HAM-YOUNG CO'S
The von Hnnim-YnuiiR Compaii) re-l Cadillacs ten tlmou as popular lis thoy
reived thin week hv the Sierra u Khlii- hnvo ever previously been. "Not one
mint of four Cadillacs of tho 1I2( single adjustment liaa buen t'nado P ''immediately shipped on tho CUtiillno
models. Tlireo of tneso cam woioiyei 10 nuv or me isia motion which vesterday,
of tino of tho Cadillac touring cam,
for which he ban waited for it long
time. Mr. McCandlcgg placed 111 or
dor for a Cadillac nearly six numtlia
ago and hag been anxious)' awaiting
the arrival of his car ovor since.
Mr. Harold Dillingham wat another
Honolulu man who took delivery of n
Cadillac touring car out of this nhlp
went, as was also AVi. II. D. Hlnggett
of Pala, Maul. Mr. SloKgett's car was
kV.i- . SJ1
flve-p.ihsengcr touting cars, and ono.me lu oncrutlon. Tho electric start
vv,n n ph.ielon. Theso cars are In ors have never on one occasion fnll-
uuch gieat demand both In Houojulu'ed jot, which Is savins a groat dual
and on the mainland that authontlc fin pnv self-Htnrter. Tho electric
leportH fioni tho factor) rhow that lights a in u gloat fuaturo of the car
ten times tho output could ho gold fori as they have never given any. trouble
tlm season of 1DI2 were it possible tops jet In nlljwa), shape nr'fnrm, nnd
tunnufjctiiru that umoiint. The von glvo u great deal steadier, whiter an J
IJaniin-Yniing Comimii) are still sold,, mure poworful light than the presto-
idicad as far ns ever and tholr futuro Uta gjslcm.
oidtrs dato fnr Into January. Tho ,,,.
., .-... . ... .. . Honor Ron, i
oxtiemo Pliability of the cars tils. TUe ,. no of Tll0 ,,,,.
veil ami ino sou-sianer iiiiiko me Vml ,., ,,,, ,, ,,,,,, .,,
"o vw. .i',..; ....n ..-- . -- -
Ml, Alibi uy llnblnson, Mr. J. S. Mc
Candless, Mr, II. I). Hlnggett, Mr. Ila;-
i)lii uiliuiKnaiii, Jlr. A. p. Munacu
All, S. UoLkcr.
, Mr. Anliioy Uoblnson bugglit tho
hiuidsoinc new sK-cj Under 48 horse
powei, seven passenger Pcerlpss tour
ing car which camo down In the last
shipment of I'eortesscs. This Is ono
of tha most tnugnlllLCiitly llttrd up
cars, ami unci of tho most comfortable
riding machines which can possibl) bo
bought. It is fitted with a Ornv &
Davis dviiamo, which genenites tho
current for all the lamps, whleti is
feutuie very much Rought after thlH
Voai. The car la painted u duik ma
roon with black and Bold stripes,
which togotior with the beautiful
Ijncs and tho foiedoor offset, make It
quo of the handsomest cars which
has evei been turned out. A now
f'atuio of llio I'eeiltss car this )oai
If. the fact that It Is hung vtry cloi-e,
In tho gioiind, which allows for u very
low top and low tonueau. These aio
the essentia of boaiity u tho mod
I cri) niitomnblle.
McCandlcsi Gets Car.
Ml. J. S. McCaudless took delivery
YOUNG HOTEL BLDQ,
mt a. i). l.arnapn purr nuspd a
Tlulck White streak runabout for
pleasure yurpuses iiiirei).
Mr. Von Hamm Back.
Mr. C. Ci von Hani m returned on die
Sierra yesterday after an extended
trip through the States and Germany.
At tho licrlln niitomohlle show Mr.
von Hntnm signed up for tho pgenc
of one of the c)o crest and most lm
Vnrtqnt accessories which has, over
h;en added to the automobile line.
This, Is a wonderful invention and will
be a great limn to uuiicih of ban.
tiding machine), It will also enable
a slk person or an Invalid to Idu lu
a small, or short coupled car with
nearjt ns much ease ns In a largo
touring car. This Ijiycntlon Is, In, the
foim, of a double auxiliary spring re
clining scat, which can either be plac
ed In tho tonneau as nu auxiliary scat
or inuy he Installed Instead of un of
ihe permanent seats with which an
automobile Is equipped. Theso chairs
liuve a full elliptic spring In thu bot
tom pnd are of the reclining typo,
similar to an easy chair In a well tit
led parlor. Theso seats nro not an
experiment hut liavo been tried and
Installed In a great many cms In Oer
iinnj with wciulerfully satlsfuptoi.
iesuts. The buck seat of tho bull
ing car may be removed, and four 'ii
ihesq scats placed In their stead, thus
transforming tho hardest riding car
In tho country to 9110 of tho easiest.
This will be a gieat addition' to the
mosl completo line of sundries and
nrcessorles which Tho um Hamm
Young Company Ib equlpp'oil with.
Jordan's -high-Ohms -road-to-wear
gwHlSj wlch (nclndes gowns for ufler
poon and evening wear, negligee
trocks, shirtwaists, underwear, hosl
try, etc., Is subordinated Just now to
a largo selection of holjday goodh,
Tho largo show windows are filled
with a dazzling array of trinkets tint
appeal especially to women, and al
though they are varied in charactei,
they give but a hint of tho display
within. Here large show tables and
Class cases show to excellent adv.tn
tago tho beautiful Christmas goods
nnd early shoppers nro reaping a har
vest or attractive articles at cipi ill)
Jewelrj of various kinds. Including
the stunning now hair buudouus which
Paris has set her stamp of approval
Mix"'- Jeweled hat plus, handy pins of
n kinds, bracelet 8, rings, ,necklacoi.
luiicy head, tauestry, velvet ami all
ver ind gold mesh hags, forms a r.lu
gle lino of display worthy of mention.
Tborp g also tk l)psery at attrfic-
tlve pi ices mid one of the bust hand
kerchief collections ever brought to
the city. The latter Inpludes simple
embioldered lines which sell nt two
for a quarter to handsome point lace
handkerchiefs which range from $2 to
$15 and ISO In price. Owing to; tho
fact that the) can bp liicose In
Christmas letters,, hendkerchlcfg are
l.lways popular at tho shopping sea
sou and Manager Curtis mado a pir
tlcular effort to lay' In an assortment
that would meet the denmnds of all.
Next week a special sale of fnncy
ribbons will be n feature at Jordan's.
SEE LIKYIMM K
things foi- trantedr
jcbius ' (alto
Ah tile guests of the Hawaiian Hn
glneerlug Association, the members '
the Anurlcnii Initltutu of Mining Un-
Blneers, who arrived csterday op thu
Klbtrla, sppt some time ut the Pearl
Harbor ilrilot,K vviitchlnK tho work
nun muHlirliiK thu cnglnetring dlljlcul
ties of tho drdock Job.
Tie trip to Piarl Harbor was mido
uboaijl the U H naval tug Navajo,
coimnandid by Iloatsvvaln llubson, U,
B N ,
Aftir their return to Honolulu the
nienibrs of the purty boarded tvvospe-
ilal tars and wtro taken to thu Com
nu.rclj Club, vvliiro a line luncheon
The Hawullau Trust Company liavo
Hied their final accounts In connec
tion with tho cslato of tho late Clara
I.ulsa Herbert. Tho company nsks to
bo allowed $C2IC3 and charges Itsilf
v tti 12115.70, jeaylpg bajunco of
And Six Months Hence
1HE average man buys two
4 suits per year, but the
average clothier doesn't know
how 'the suit he sells will look
six months hence. Very often
if he. did he wouldn't tell. How
the suit looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure? Ifiyou
want wearing, lasting good
ness insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
Before HFn H.
Choose L. y y 1
VUil fe -. f
HOTEL " !
and let us thow you the latest styles in Women's Regal
Shoes. You won't find any footwear in town to compare
with them in style, quality and comfort. You won't find more
fashionable shoes anywhere.
Ef ery one of th pew RrgtJ tvlc$ ii an exact reproduction of an expenuve
custom models You canttll tajjfncc tht thee Rrgl bhori, U $3.50, $4 00
and $5,00 potKu tha dufunclive'martnr and delusive ttyle o( cuitum rW.
Come and tee then. We jjiife you an exact fit, beUM Regal S1mk axe
made ib quatttt-tlttu
Bea.1 Sioe Store
A QUICT. RCFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan lloom with liath nnd '
Ilu-irtl from It 00 u Day y
Eurcpaan Plan lloom with Bath from
$:00 a Day
Bpeclal Monthly Rataa
A hliili-clniia rjinlty nnd Tourlat Hotel.
Ilulf lilnck from Columbia Iheatrr, '
uml on ttin ctlo of tho llctall Bhnp.
plni! Dhtrlet. IJviry room with Irl
vnte natti. roKlthtly Tlreproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
Itf-irvatlons mmln through J
RAVEN & JACOBSON
174 King Street Honolulu -
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Flan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of thiatre and
retail district. On csr lines trans
ferrin!; to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"AuC code.
J.H. Lov e, Honolulu representative.
BPUXD THANKBCllta.NCl DAY AT'
omnia vahii:i attractions
TO TIIIJ STItANOKR AH "W13U. At
to Tin: iu:hii)i:nt trains to
Roomi and Board S
W. C. Bargln, Pi-op.
2185 rdltorlul rooms 2256
business ofJlcc. 'fhcafi are tho trie
"nliono numbers of the 11 n 1 1 a 1 1 n.
Men's Tan Calf Button Oxford A New
Stylet a New Last
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO, LTC.
The COLONIAL appeals
' prisons who know ho
tels. In respect to appoint,
ments, cuisine and service
this place U unequaled.
The terms are conslderata
Cinrna, Above VinvyurJ
I'I.ii r imir liiuil on Hit- pulsp'ot
IIiijniliS Ijilm-i, iv or Ii) lir beliigi
ii hhiMim! n.ultr of the iint,'Adj
Millvu ui wit- It II I It'll u.