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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1912.
HJI r ICEli:!3EElE
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
Yearly Clearance Sale of
Second Hand Automobiles
The following Second-Hand Automobiles, all in good run
ning order, are offered at the following bargain prices:
PACKARD, 1910 Model, 7 passenger, 4 cylinder Touring Caroo nn
with complete equipment JpoZOU.UU
PACKARD, 1911 Model, 5 passenger, 4 cylinder Phaeton, nrnn nn
witli complete equipment oOUU.UU
(This car has seen very little usage, and is almost
PACKARD, 1911 Model, 4 cylinder Phaeton, with complete
CADILLAC, 1911 Model, 5 passenger Touring Car, with com- .
plete equipment 1400.00
STEVENS-DURYEA, 5 passenger, 4 cylinder Touring Car,
Model "X", with complete equipment 1 100.00
STEVENS-DURYEA, 5 passenger, 6 cylinder Touring Car, onn -.-Model
"U", with complete equipment 000.00
PEERLESS, 7 passenger, 4 cylinder Tourng Car. with com- , OA. nr
plete equipment loOO.OO
MATHESON, 7 passenger, 4 cylinder Touring Car, with com- ., or.A -. .
plete equipment lZUO.00
OVERLAND, 1911 Model, Runabout, with complete equip- nCr r,r
E. M. F., 1911 Model, Runabout, with complete equipment.. 650.00
BUICK, 5 passenger, 4 cylinder Touring Car, Model "D" ... 450.00
BUICK, 5 passenger, 2 cylinder Touring Car, Model "F" ... 450.00
EVERITT, 4 passenger, 4 cylinder, Baby Tonneau 900.00
The above mentioned cars are on exhibition in our sales room.
Demonstrations cheerfully given.
The von Hanim Young Co.,
We Carry a Full Line of
Domestic and Foreign Wines and
The Best In
Macfarlane (b Co., Ltd.
P.O. Box 488
Mm heiiitv nr the decorated MltnH
mill I hi' llo.ltS 111 till' pllll'lo VCStC'r.l i I
mis (lie Mihjrct of coinmeiii b) thnu-j
Hindu or the spectitois In f.irt bv I
nil uf them NeU'i heroic Ime theie,
turn so mini magnificent ilcuirntlomi ,
Pillowing mo dtscilptlotis of sotnol
of the onlllCB which were lint ilescilb-1
eel In yesterda)'H Mullet In on ac
ciniiit of tlio iiriornoon hour of the p i
rado DECORATED AUTOS
Wonderful Pink Shell
One of the limit beautiful entries
Hint has owi liccn In the p.u.ide was
thnl of the von Hanmi-Vnmg Coin
pin), Ltd. Unlit on n ntn.ihoiii was
n wniulciful pink "lull Just npctiliiR
Inside were Miss Itntli Auilcisnn ilrlv -lug
imd with hci Miss Itnso llerhert
Down lo the minutest Oct .ill the
lilci was fill rloil 'I he enloiing vvas
pel lei t mill im the lieiulltiil pink cre
ation passed nlong Hie long line of
match Iho "Ahs" Ironi the. ctowd liioko
out 8KntiilicoiiHl) The shell vvui
hinged imd on top B.it ,i lic.iutlfully
dressed doll holding ribbons leading
to n Hinallcr doll th.it was plnred In
front or the car doth leprosciitlng the
iiiikcIh of tho Hen
The eutrv was awarded llrnt prize
for Hh class anil also was given 'he
xpcclnl dllcclorH pilze for the host
decorated car Thin mm makes Ilic
second time on which this honor liv
been awarded to the von II until-Young
Complin) The decoration of the shell
was done In pink and lavender ''('l
peiiK, with imilitetih.ilr and iispu inns
fern milled lo it Then- wan not i
haixli cnutiust In II 'ami the Kcuci.it
Impicsslmi was as If the cir had liccn
I he renin piece of one of I hose vvon
ileilul ilicnmv plctuies that are p fill
ed imd had liccn lifted out to float
along the line of march
The Home Rulerj.
Iieland and the home rulers were
represented In full foire Needless tn
saj, tlio ilccorailon or ine car was a
vlUil green Sitting al Ilic wheel was
V. II .Icliiern.v dressed In the latest
slvlo ror Irish chaurfeuis
Willi him was tho squire whose an
cestors inn hack to nn ancient Hue of
kliiRH Tor the time being the de
scendant of ancestors was represent
ed liv .Indue W I. Slaulev. "Siltln
i .it Hi hack, begorrn. nn liavlu in i
lime i f me lolfc, ll I do sa) lit niosllf
as hlinuliln't, ' Ilic squire's foot man ic-
Hplenilcnt In kneo lirceches imd a
short eln) plie. was Jiimes A Wilder.
lie was dh'Kiilscil ns tho fisitiiuin hut
he could not disguise his smile mid he
was foiccd to icsponil tn tho call of
"Speech" mole than onro during the
inuiiils It Is rumored that owing to a
Kile wins oveislKht the footimui forKot
to put In a hottlo of the "cruthui" and
Hint tho Ihrco gonial spirit! hud to do
without It and lamentably subsist on
Tho Han rrnnclhco Exposition was
hioiiKht to the militia of the spectators.
h the car entered hv Mr and Mrs
Koilnev lliirns, who aro sin) lug In Ho
nolulu at tho piescnt time.
The car vvns well decorated with the
California poppy lis the main lliemo
Out mi the hood squalled a white Tcd
d) heal, 'in tho machine with Mr. and
Mrs Hums wcro Mr. and Mrs, C 17
1'ciirMill and Mlsa Allco Claiku cfllu
Water Lilies Are Pretty.
A piolt) car decorated In pink was
that dilvcn h) Murston Campbell, ,lr
who had with him as n passenger Miss
S)hll Itoheits The occupants wore
sc.iled under n bower of water lilies
while all around them and covering
Hie car were the same lloweis. It was
a pictt) effect ihiniigliout
Pretty Hibiscus Idea.
Hibiscus was the main Idea taken
hv Miss Allcu Cooke, whoso machine
wis detoraied throughout with Ibis
llower Aspaiagus fern and duik-
gicon itrf't im a iiuchgioutiil wiuo
ULcd in good i rfei t also and funned u
pleasing comhimitlon This machine
won u pilze In a special class to which
Mis C J .McCarllr) won Iho prlzo
lor the natural lloweis for dccortitliiK
she ihooslng the ciolott as the main
Idea (iorgeous varl-uilored lloweis
coveieil the muililnn throughout and
It duservod the prize awarded It In
the machine woio Oswald I.lghtfoot
illlvlng. Miss Allelic MtCaith), Miss
Mabel Mghtlool, Mis Dick Young and
Miss Virginia McCailhj.
Ln France Roses.
Ilcautlfiil l.a Kiance loses shovvcicd
oven the cai and clustorcd in big bas
kets produced a lino effect on Hie car
eutcied by II I' WiUimiiu & Co l,td.
Tlio cai was awarded second pilze, In
Class II and w,ih much adinlied h the
111 the machliio woie Mr and Mis
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Our clothes arc
J worth exactly $
wnat wc asK ror
We get the best
material and work
manship in every
speaks our success.
Our Spring line
is waiting your in
spection. Phoenix Pure Silk
Hose for Men and
i r k')i' ri
i 'it rir.. 7i
s "vrv. i ' '.: 'y . vr i -.v .'-"v
riuix pv-.n .7- l ?A-,I:" A
1 ' J, at W-. J ,k l(y.lf 1 .
tts- - ymt' iXT&frmtt'v
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I tM P tJSeL cr(fiHf 11 Run
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CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
In sailu colonial costiiine, Willi luilr beln in viilii an' while "n the llout
urcsscd IiIkIi, iKittdcied wlK'- etc and wuc I" u - Kin Madame Alap.il,
the attention to detail shown on HusKiala Kim hii'ii Mann, I 'vie Kalaliilil
lloat toKcther with Its tustefulncss el .'i I "l Mill1 o-na .luine- Kauiaktll Mer-
Merlc M loliiison. lookliu out at the
win Id tliioiiKli a haze of pink
A Pretty Electric.
The electilc car enteicd by II I"
Wlchiiian was council with pink loses I'ecorailou and liarmonv of ciloi.iu Ion Kimu i
which vveic li tin k over a Krcen back-' m.iile It one of the strlkli k entile-' C I nk
minimi and made a vcrj plenslng ef- Thine who rode oii'the I'ojt were M.ss'rlrc Cepaitmrnt
TUlun Kail Henry
feet The little machine was covered
all over and only ciioiirIi space IicIiik
left foi tho fair occupants to look out.
In Hie machine were Miss Violet
Stni iei and Miss l'.lolso Wlchinan It
was the only ear of Its class cnlorcil
anil was awarded a well-deserved
Pumpkins from Kaimukl,
i'rom the distance of Kaimukl cauio
pumpkins Kvery size and shax mid
with the vines trailing ovei the auto
the entr) made b.v the Kaimukl Im
piovemcut Club was a Hue one. Tlio
jellow of the pumpkins and the dark
Kiccn liickKiound formed b) the foil-
ultc made a prcttj effect.
AmoiiK those who todo In tho car
wcio Iho Misses Svbll Johnstone, Viv
ian Sllva, Klolso HollliiKcr, Mary Mc
pherson and Masters William Dlmoiul,
Tedille Towse, lion Towsc Alilino HII
va, Thomas Church, amt Kzra Crane.
Moose Are on Hand.
Ilcdcc kei with tho symbols of li
older and resplendent In the Indue
culms of led and white the Moose
weie on liaiiil with a Hue entry
In the car weie Mi and Mis. C. II.
Ilrown, Miss C i:. KliiK, Master Clias
Hamilton KIiik Miss Ituth Ulolsn
ISrowu. Miss I.. Niiiics, lied und while
carnations IlKiireil In Hie ilecoiatioiis.
The Mosquito Campaign.
A Rood hit was imido with a ma
chine that pktiiiL'd the mosquito cam
p.ilKU and also that iiKnlnst haitaiias.
Hovering over tho top of the car and
point Iiir her Ioiik ptohoscls meiiacliii;
l at tho crowd camo a mosquiio,
rndernenlh were Rinwlni; b.innim
plants anil the lonR klissps and other
veKctatlon whcie Hie scutellarls et ul
like to breed In the car were MIm
.Ickslu KeuiKily and Dlxou Nott
The Thetis Dear,
The ho)s of the Thetis Kavo their
bear an nutlni; In a. machine decoialcd
with blue nowors. Tho bear behaved
himself well and was the center of at
traction out at the mounds, wheio he
licihcd for the cameras and did other
Kiaccful IhliiKs of u like nature. Tlio
c.ii was entoied bj (J. i: Mcl'ailano
New York Entry,
Mr and Mrs. I'. K. llurnliani came
all the vviij fioni New York to see Hie
pill ado and, entoilni; Into the spirit of
the da, docorated si tin and Joined
Tho loutuies of the machine woio
nastiiiHiims and buttoillles, and the)
looked veiv piottj The cai Is ouo
that lecenll) won u world's recoid In
I)als Tallin Miss l.lmeimau, Miisl Hi.ver Thoiuis and ( ipt l!veiiKon
Shclienl, Master Hale Cheatham audi handled the file ilepuitiiifiit s entry, a
Master Oime Chcathalii The limit splcuillill) c'ciointoil hook mid ladder
was elected with applause all nloni;
Castle & Cooke.
This lloat, which was not complete 1
until a few minutes define the pnade,
represented an old Spinlsh kuIIciiii
and the Idea was carried out vorv con
sistent!) The galleon was Ivplcnlly
modcled, though on n small scale the
ciiIoih being nieen ami gold, with red
triiumlngs Old brass lamps weie used
to gnod effect, while the occup lilts of
the craft, two girls and two hnvs
Umlso Drew, Mtujoilc Schmidt, Cai
wln Saics lillil lolin I) .Mm ho weie
dressed In quaint Spanish costumes
This lloat had u veiv sti Iking effect
for the piituresquiness or the Idea
H. R. T. & L. Co.
The Rapid Tmnslt Moat ,is an ex
pensive and well-eyeculeil one The
idea was expressed In the motto In
huge litters on the side 'Out of Many
Races One People," the color scliemo
belli,; In patriotic colors of led, white
ami blue, a le'ctaugulai canop) being
stretched over the lop Columbia wiu
repieseuted b) a llguic cm the raised
truck Alt Hinds of giectiTv and hunt
ing weie use to lino elfcet. Thoni.in
was nt the reins and Capt. Invention
School for Boys.
The Honolulu School for llo)H cn
tcied two line lloats, one of them be
ing Hawaii the Thioiio of I'loni,"
and representing the Paradise of Hie
Pacini In II oral rortn. Mrs. Hertz was
the queen, i iirioundeil liv her retain
ers mid slaves Tho second was n
comic lloat a sausage milt into olio
end or which dogs were fe'd, whllo an
alleged sausage came out the other.
Ihestinil) joiing llo Scouts organ
ization of Honolulu was In lino mid
made a line showing on u float with nil
Ami) tent, with the vouugstcrti ready
roi business Herbert Coeper, Fran
cis Mowers. Hnrl.in llenner, Victor
Ilojil. Vlctoi Kahn. IMwIii llenner and
lleniv Thnuipmin weie on tho lloat.
Pond Lilies Beautiful.
The lloat entoied by C llrevvor &
Co represented n boat of quaint de
sign resting easily on the bosom of
dais underneath, while the grouped I placid wmeis with pom lilies on ml
children aroui.c hue upiosciilcil dlf
(erent nations It was an Idei of real
force mid depth and tallied out on mi
Miss Violet Smith was Coliimbli.
Tho otheis on the lloat, lepresentl'is
the mail) i.icch and niilloi'iilltles here
were Addle .lohnsoii, Mailo IVdeiliofl
Agnes Johnson, Mis A U. .Mlnvlollo
Anna redorloff, llolinu Carlhon, tins
sle Wlebke, Maicna IVriiiinilcz, Made
line Uipez, Masu Okainotii, Maithi
Knhukiino, Carilo Ilcttenicmit Setors
KMmcs, Adelaldo remandez, M (i
Alexander A Baldwin.
rtiexanuer fc naldwliiH Idea was a
glauloiis and iiltiactlve one Hint or
tho Mallhlnl Christinas tree t)plfvlim
geneiYislly for Iho stranger The
ClillBtnias trco was a gay one in gilt
and tinsel, wild cveijtliiui. in match
tho holldnv coloilng cfrects aim even
tho presents mound the lieo Tho
Ilev Ushoino was Santa Clius and
In the scene were Mnrlon Chanln !
Chlers t Co.
II I' Klileis K Co won a well-do
sened sicc lal pilze with the beauti
fullv ilecointi'il niilo lloat ccivoleil wltli
iiiniMiis .n oi me occupants woio
sides a greeii-anil-wlilie color scheniM
miiisual roi lis ilellcncv of lasto ami
teiimenl i ml hiuctulh c 'riled oul
In nil pn 1c iil.ii h 'lhis Hunt atttniteil
linn h alt mi in from nonius uu welt
as li nn llllllK rolks
KING'S DAUGHTERS THANK,
THOSE WHO ASSISTED
Tin t li i f i im n nf tin tiniuufl ci nn J
mtlii'i f th UUu DjiukIiIth Ilumj
u IhJi In this win tn ixjiiiHs tliolr d
i en thtitik-. tn the kciktiiI iiiiltllan
to till who i llh.M.ilh itntrlbufuitH
thllr tiiOiifiu Itl iimtilm- i llnmw Inl ..? ,
.... ,. ..... ... ...a....llr s viiia mtu-j,
ci of tho King's Pnuslitrrs' Wif0 n
AlikHiidir I'lcld on IVtiriiar) ii
i I'spi dull) wish tn tliiink Preul
di in liiltlltliH Ulri'ilnr Wall Chief
MilMitllc anil Ids osllicrH mid Mr.
i'iikIiiii in ror tln-lr vuluadle services
Los Angelra'Tourlsts Arrive today,
l.os An cell's) contributed Inrnnlv ir.
nilznheili Wpods. Maiguerlle Wailmii'il 'he Ilsl of pusspimeis hrnught by tho
ami .Miinnnl I.'eas.
First Field Artillery.
H.ilii'1) I' I'list Kleld Aitllln),
showed Hue spirit In coining to the pj-
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..... ...,. .,.,,,..,.. whs e, one ,jcatl, f , (.,,,, ,, ..- .
.Mntson .Savlgiitlnn sleamer Wllhel-
iiiini tins mornliu In Hie arrivals:
by the rosscl Is n piri) or ten slght
eers from Portland hended hv Mr.
land Mis David C I ews, wealth) res-
of the features of the dav I. was a.,1 ,v ,,f t.v'e fiom uihiMl.
old-time artlller) compiii). with sol-1 foinl.i Pionilneni among Hie passom
illeis dressed In the costume of iho Soih wore II It Jndiih nsuluti.nt ...
Contliiontiil aim) the mldlorH holm'!'''"! inssonger igeul of the Southern
Soiid'Hiits Klchner and Seluull and' 'n"H' Thoni is Addison, nriniigor ul
Prlvatfj Dunn, Attrlc'ee, Chuckle atid,''',' Kl,""l Ulpp'rlc Coinpaii), and
McCirmlck '"1 I natirock a Colorado bunk
er, nun who, u P Wnteihouse of thn
Music was the central Idea of Kn-
til's tiouliidoiii iln.it, the color scheme Iltililwln
Shasta Wnlei Coiniianv. Wnltncn ai.
cMiiiiler of the linn of AleMitiiler &-i