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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 19, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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EVENING DUl LETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 19, 1912.
"YDU 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 nudinm 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 we'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, Ltd,
"The Store for Good Clothes"
of the Spring Clothes
TIp thia'ot I" '" he nll'il to (lift
hhI 11I ihr Anil Saloon 1,-bkiip which
liHil its annual inert in efei(la In
the V M V A , Mr Bowers nml Aka
no promising to prodm e a pln railed
' Vanguard ' tlHt comes from New
Zealand and Is suposcd 10 lie a very
Htrong one 'I lie mattpr wa brought
1111 b Mr Pbm tlie League officer.
PraMlmlh nnrtoiir who sells Mi
nor ame In fie rough handling at the
'I1RI11I" of till U'Bgtc W'Hterdai. For-
I merit it was onl tj,. saloon but now
tlie wholesale houso hae been lit-
itaiked as veil an the Aran canteens
'and prtiate ilubs l't minted that a
soldier lin'l told hltn that with onl n
few exreptlnn- erv olllter In the ar-
m drank and that thin encouraged
flubs and lodges at Mllo come In
fei sharp irltltlstn at the hand of the.
l. annex olhiei and he Htated that
niRii'v. of Hie members of these clubs
me n a !: ml part of their salaries
Local Option Planl'.
I 'I he lrf.iC"e derided In adopt the lo-
al of 1 n pi ink .1- I" mi- Hie best way
ol ei in inn results It was stated that
this would mil "ie.ui 'hnt prohibition
v as In he lost sight of and that I he
League k In sMnpathv with any
mnieim id that would lead up to thin.
n nitempi Is also io he made to form
flood Templar lodges among the Ha
nnllans unit Hie League is read to
tlnatiie the first one foimeil.
I he League nleil lo pa half the
nisi of the eight drlnklim fountains
that are lo he plai eil around Honolu
lu the V 1' T I' agreeing to pay
the other half
I he eh 1 Hon of otlliers for the ensn
Iiik icur leniliid as follow Itev I).
I' relets pri nleiii. H Wester
veil llrsi ilie in-idem. Mrs .1. M.
Wbti nei i '01111 Mm iiresldent: Lvle
IHikei seirit.i'r f II lib ko . trcas
imr 'Die loniiniMees will he headed
as pillows Theodore HP hards, agl
tatloii. (i .1 Waller law amf enforce
meiit. I Ale IMike legal protei Hon :
He lliireinn Si mldel IorIhI.H loll .
W II Wesleriell. Iltialne
DEATH AND LAW
'I he death of one cd her four chil
dren the wiiiiigest, a few weeks neo,
wild 11 tenllde blow to Mom-dos, the
little Spanish widow in I'alama, who
hut leiMith lost her husband The
Sell lenient nurses watched Hie lit His
woman struggle with lier Borrow with
At HilK time the had on their hands
a IttiHHinn lmb sl niotillis old. whose
parentH were til Hip time In. the hos
pital With rare tact one of the nurs-
carried Hie little Slav up to the cot
lane of the Hpnnlsh mother and plae
Inn the ihild In her iirms asked her If
she would keep II oier night Tho
woman consented anil tho nurse left
the luibi In her rare Tho follow ins
uioinlnK Mercedes hogged the nurse
to let her keep the child until 'he
parentH were illai hnrgod from the ho
pltal In Boine fashion the bah k '
ed to bHII the ache of her loss Sim e
then he halt mothered her foste
child she has cared for It a she car
ed for her own. n ml hOB learned to
hue i be little stranger an her own.
And now has come her Hccond deiv
liMitiiui. lor the real mother and fath
er of Hie liii! , who hae a claim upon
li wlili h ewii Meiieilea inn recognize.
h,ie i nine bnik and claimed him and
nil the hoi row wblih Mercedes hnil
tried to lorgot In her love for the fos
ter baM has descended upon her with
Ccrjrisht Hut, Scluflnci & M
ANNUAL MEETING OF
The annual meeilii.' of the Hawaii
an Mission t'hlldrens Soilot will he
held on Mils I'mliO and Satutda aft
'I he business meeting will Inko
plai e on Kildn from 1 in i oiloik,
tin liier.m ami mcial on Saimd.iv
from hull pasi .1 lo half pliul .'. both in
I In- I Mil Mission llollle. .'iKJ So Kills,
dm .1 . . i il ut Mis I mi I., r
on vol .-sai inlio llcud papers
for aunoiiiu eini n
BARGAINS IN VERANDA ROCKERS
NO. 21. PRICE: $4.sO
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NO. 24. PKICC 3.30
NO. 41. PRICE: J3.30
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MO. 26. PRICE. $2.&0
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NO J4. PRICL J1.60
NO. ii. PRICL Jl 7b
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