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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, APR. 18, 1912.
Opening of the Spring Clothes
NOT LIKELY TO
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Lrtr . rt lunuoui t
VOU young men who like stylish,
smart clothes; you older men who like the same
thing; you men who want style and smartness
along conservative lines; all men, of all tastes in dress;
here's notice to you all that we are ready to show you
the new models in suits and overcoats for Spring and
Hart Schaffner & Marx
have made for us the best lot of good clothes ever
brought together in this town; new colorings grays,
blues, purple blues, tans, olives, browns. New pat
terns in tweeds, cheviots, homespuns, worsteds, serges,
silk mixtures; imported fabrics of many choice textures.
The new models for young men include one, two and three-button
styles; with medium' and long roll lapels; the modified English sack with
snug shoulders; and of course the well-known and always popular
'Varsity; the Shapemakei, and others. ";
It's a great lot n fine merchandise Ave' re glad to be able to serve
you with such goods. We can take good care ol any man in these suits',
from $20.00 up; and in overcoats from $25.00 up. '
You'll get here also a fine lot of shirts ; you'll need
some this Spring. New neckwear also ; new shapes
and styles in soft and stiff hats. The "new" idea
prevails. Come and look it over.
Silva's Toggery, u,
"The Store for Good Clothes"
ELKS' BUILDING KING STREET
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BY C. S. ALBERT.
( Kpi'cl.il II u 1 1 n 1 1 11 Correspond! nee. )
WASHINGTON. I). l Apr 5 H
(I At HllSS of thin city llllH bcoll lip-
' pointed foreman of construction tor
thu permanent buildings to l erected
nt Heimlich! llsrrncks, Hitwull lie
will lmu charge of nil mutter con-
. necteil with tho work under thu su-
ipcrvlsluu of Major II Frank Clieatliani
of tho reKUlar army, who bus been de
tailed to tile assignment. Mr. Hoss
'will ticcouipuiiy the major to the In
lands. Tor many cars Mr. Hohm Iuih heen
prominently Identllled with organiza
tions Intended to uplift the working
man lln Ik ii member of tho Amerl-
ican Fcdeiatlou of I-abor. IIu wan
building Inspector of metal work when
the new National Museum wan con-
1 strueteil In thlx t'lty anil also served
' In a similar capacity when several oth-
ir large public liullillnKH were erected.
i lie was one of thu force of metal
! workers that placed thu enormous sky-
(lights In thu Congressional Library.
I Mr Itoss will remain In Hawaii until
'the liupiovemcntx at) Hcholleld llar-
I racks have been conipleteil.
i 1'or tli pant three or four months
Capi lioald Amundsen, hero of tho
d t..f .ii..,.........,, mill tiMTir In Tnfl-
tnanln, will not go to tho Unltod
Htnies by wny of Honolulu, as was
first expected. At least, this IS me
latest news from the Intrepid explor
er Advices from tho maininiiu. cun
tnln Hie following:
em.inln A,itii,itltiti tntit In his letter
of Ills plan to sail from Hobart on tho
Train March zoth, which no nan m
ready done, proceeding to Uuenos
Avi-.iu A nine ,f anlnrnl nmntllfl Will
be made there. according to the letter,
during which time tjnptain Amunuseu
will complete writing ins uook on mo
South Pole expedition.
Captain Amundsen will leavo 1110
Train nt lluenos Ayros and go to Eu
rope, wheie lie will deliver a aeries of
lectures In his own and In other coun'
tries. returning to the Unltod States
later to Kite a serlcit of lectures hero.
Unmiii lilln flu IVnm will tirncned
aiound the Horn to Snn Francisco, ar
ming mere next April.
Captnln Amundsen now plans to
loin tli I'm in Dm following .lllllO aft
er completing his lecture tour. Then
will commence the worn, 01 onioning
the siiuich llttlo craft for the Arctlo
Captain Atnuiidsen explains In his
letter that he plans to ko throiiKh the
llehrlng sea to the Arctic ocean In the
fall of int:t and proceed as far north
as possible before tho vessel is froien
In the Ice pack. Then It Is the plan of
the explorer to remain In the Ice pack
and drift across the North I'ole.
It Is expected that from live to sev
en years will bo required to complete
flu. unrlr It. tint Vitrlli Pnlnr rnelnn.
and an ocoanngrnphlc study Is to bo
inmic on ine trip norm aim uunng mo
ma) on thu Ice pack.
(Special Itul lr tin Correspondence.)
WAILUKU. Maul. April 13, Tho
board of trustees of tho Maui Chamber
of Comtnerco, President F. F. Baldwin
presiding, mot at the omco or the
Board of Supervisor last Wednesday
afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Secretary D.
II. Case read the minutes, .of tho pre
vious meeting and they wore approvj .
F. F. Baldwin states that his late
father's estate will be wound up In
tho Second Circuit Court by the end
of this month, after which the heirs
will dcod over to tlin Territory of Ha--t.
wall tho needed two acres of land at
Kibe! for the landing and warehouses.
Other matters concerning tho wel
fare of tho town of Walluku were
transacted, after which the board of
There being only fourteen members
present, lacking but one for a quorum,
the meeting of tho Chamber of Com
merco was continued until next
The Maul County Hoard of Supervi
sors met this week Wednesday and
adjourned to last evening. Captain
W. IX Hal, Walluku district overseer,
was also made road overseer of Ma
kawao district at a total salary of (200
per mouth, with n clerk at (DO per
month. Since the resignation of Oeo.
Groves tho place wus offored to W.
(. Scott, who respectfully declined to
accept It, and the County Fathers de
rided to mergu the two districts un
der tho supervision of ono overseer,
and Captain Hnl was given tho placo
with the Increased salary, which has
met with the approval of almost ev
erybody. Captain Ral Is a Il.rst-rate
road man and his knowlcdgo of engi
neering and mechanic arts In general
has made til in a very valuable man to
IF FORT RUGER'S GUNS BREAK
YOUR WINDOWS, SUE UNCLE SAM
Tho Ioaii Fund Commissioners nlso
met at the olllco of tho Hoard of Su
pervisors last evening, and rejected
Contractor Hugh Howell's bid of (24,
l)0 for the COOO feet of extension of
thu Kula pipu line Hunting from Wnla
kamoe to Puohokamoa In tho Maka
wao district. Certain old claims were
also ordered paid. Thu engineer, F,
It. Harvey, was Instructed to preparo
plans and specifications for a concrete
brldgo at Klpahtilu crossing, which Is
good pews to residents of the liana
Mr Koss bus been engaged In further
lug the I'liuillilacy of President Tuft '
for renoniliiathin Ills Htiiuillug In la- !
bor tinles has enabled him to render
much effect lu service IIu has been
iimxtiiiitly trawling fiom one city to
another making certain that organized
lubor was not Inimical to Mr. Tuft's
enntlniianie In otllce, and seeking to
Iron out the wrinkles wherever they
appeared III.' efforts In behalf c.f the
President h.iVe bieli glently appreci
ated by the Itepiibllcaii political mali
ngers. Major ( 'heath. nn has his plans well
dm eloped for beginning and expediting
the work under Ills direction All pos
sible arrangements have been perfect
ed here and he believes everything will
progress In the most satisfactory man
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hnelul till I let 111 Correxlmlldflice )
WASHINGTON, I). C. April Ii.
Those persons who have the window
and other private property, found to
be due to maneuvers or other inllita
ry operations for which the Govern
ment is icspousiblo, and report the
nmoiiiits so ascertained nnd ileteruilu-
glass of thulr houses broken by the .i ... , ...... ,1... pi..!,,..,..,. . ,
111 lug of mortars and other heavy BreBI, at encll Besslcm thereof through
guns. In addition to being scared out ,i, i.rnoiirv n..nnrn,u.ni r,.e iLivmmn
of their wits, may leasoiiably hope to nH ,,., dnlm ,t , n)lirol)ra,nns
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
IAXATIVE BROMO-QUININR, ro.
moves the cause, Ud the world over
to cure a cold in ono day, I!, W.
GROVE'S signature on each box. Mud
VUtXS MUDIC1NE CO. Sa'nt LuuU, V. 3.4.
secure an adjustment of losses siM'
tallied without waiting for two or
three generations, ns has been the
pievalllug practice. This provision
was added to thu Army appropilutlon
bill by the Senate Committee on Mili
"For settlement of claims for dam
ages lo and loss of private property
belonging to cUItimis of tho United
Slates, Hawaii, and the Philippine Isl
ands, thirty-two thousand six hundred
and sixteen dollars: Provided, That
hereafter thu Secretary of War Is au
thorized to consider, ascertain, adjust,
and determine, thu amounts duo on ull
claims for damages to and loss of pri
vate property when tho amount of tho
claim does not exceed thu sum of ono
that may ho inadu by Congress there
1-iHl Sunday thu Chinese In Klpi
hiila. Maul, celebrated the birth of the
Itepulillc of China Haily In the morn
ing ii parade, headed by the Klp.iliul.i
band, marched through thu htretts
with the portraits of l)r Sun Yat Sen
and Presliliut Yuan Hhllt Kill In the
hands of the leaders.
In the aftirnoon Mnnugir Ng Wing
'Kill or the Klpahiilu Sugar Planta
tion nave a big liiaii at Ills house,
at which almost all the residents f
the village were present. Speeches
The wife of Arthur C Ueets, who
was Miss i:a Sciinltz of I'uunone,
presented him wiih a baby girl last
Monday, llotli baby and mother are.
doing well, nud thu proud father lias
been tho center of congratulations
this week from his numerous friends.
thousand dollars, occasioned by heavy were when afterwards by Principal
guu-ilro and turget practice of troops.) Taylor of the mIiooI and Dr. Ileus and
and for damages to vessels, wharves, others.
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if you ate suffeiiiig from Kczomn,
lVorlasIs or any other kind of skin
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Wu have sold other remedies for
skin troubles, but none that we could -recommend
mom highly than the well
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Tlijiuul und a few other Ingred
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This compound Is known as I). I), D.
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