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CVENINQ flULLETIN, HONOLULU, T M.. fniDAY, JUNf. 14, 1012
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The first lime you try on a Laccd-Front MODART CORBET com
pare it carefully with the const you've been wearing. r"
Look for Stylo
YOU'LL SEE IT IN EVERY LINE
Look for Comfort
YOU'LL FEEL IT IN EVERY CURVE
Look for Quality
IT'S THERE IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP
Be fitted to a MODART. Get the evidence of your own eyes on
yourself. Then use your own good judgment.
Our One Request Is- Try It On
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Fort Street and Beretania Avenue
Opposite Fire Station
Ribbon Sale begins Monday, June 17
Correspondence of Chamber of
Commerce Confirms B u I-
I c t i n's Story.
That Hawaii will lint hae In make
n light In Washington for the rcten
lldll llf till' CIIIt"IIIH MirtH nt llilu. Kit
Is ill si 1 Miihuknn-i mill Knlni. I Indi
cated h) the rorrcHpiinilcner of the
liuitlrr between V, 1. Hp.ihlliig. presi
dent cif the t'hntnber of ('nntiuercc. und
Collector if I'nslniiis Klnrknlilr Tlio
letters were presented tn the truitces
nf tho cluiniliir ill thi' mi't'tliiR Wed
TIip II ul lot'Jn'M exclusive story
Hint Hponlal Agent Thin HI nf tlm
TrciiMiiry Hepnrtnipiit will not rpcinn- ,
inpnd Hip iiIhiIUIiiii of these porta Is
cnnllriiipil hy Mr. Ktuckiibtc's lettir, ,
which wilt. written In rrpl In 11 coui
nitiulciitliiu from Mr. Kpaldlng asking
Hint nil opportunity lip given to thn
Interested roiiiiiicrcliil bodies to pre
sent tin- argument iiRnlnnt cnltlnii mit
Hip portK Mr StuckHble wrote In re
ply iih follows:
l'ort of llonoliilii. Hiiwall.
June 7, 1912
lion II I Spalding. Prcildent, llono
liilii ('liiiinher of Cnniinrreo.
Kir: I tiap tlio honor to acknowl
edge lecolpt of iiur h'ltpr of pen
date. uililrpKuPil to llnnnrnhlc Franklin
.MiieVcagh, Hcirctury of Hip Treasury,
Washington, I). t" (through Hili nf
llcp). relative to the possibility tlmt
Hip ports of llllo, Kiihiiliil, Miihukoim
and Hip subport of Kolou, or some of
llicm. tuny he abolished n n roil It of
Hip Imi'Ktlgutinns now being tnuilp hy
.Mr. W. 11. Thlwcll. special uguit.
1 have thp honor to report that 1
took this mutter up with .Mr. Tldwcll
again this morning niul ho aiithorl7.es
mc to Inforui ou Hint lie has niaile up
hlx inlnil not tn recommend tho ul.ol
lshlng of any of the porta naineil Ilc
spcctfully, U. It STACIJAHI.i:,
I A "a&iV &
u Ww mm iMJM I
111 n ir iririririr
Don't Buy the first suit
you look at. Remem
ber that you can buy
clothing with a repu
tation almost as cheap
as ordinary makes.
For instance, consider
CLOTHES. If this line of
clothing was not the best
m America it would not
find room in our utorc.
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
IULL1 kl-O MM
ON THE FOURTH
McrclinntH of tlio city are Joining
heartily In thu plan fur tlio Fniuth ut
FOURTH OF JULY
Tlio colehratlon of Iho Fourth of
.Inly tlila year Mill ho fltlliiRly oliscrv-
pit III Knnpnlin llnplii Knlintm nmt
July paiiulo ami tlio pntilea for tho Walknno. KmiTammkn, wlicro tlio res-
HnatH nro hcRlniiltiR l comn In. jldentH will cclclirato tho lny In Rraml
Tho fact that tlio lloatB can carry "tV0- American anil Hawaiian flaRB
nilvrrtlHliiP ni.iller Iiik ImliirPil ni.inv W'H o hoisted cm tho schnol and
!" .n.?cr' I?'",asr.r,,!l.nl?.. !!.,"n. I.,.,'IL0 C0")eXSC'shcrlrf Ilphort W. DnvU,
.p ...U t,.UD . ,.IUH,.,U ..,.. ,10 cnm() o own ,hs IlnrUg ,,
tlslnK oiiportitnlly offered. Several lho Unwallnna In IIicbo places will
cloer wnj-B nf iitlimtliiR attention ,aVo n Brand luau durltm tho day and
liavo already been li IL upon, but of In tlio ovenliiR a Rrand concert and
(ourso will not lie iinuniinced. tableaux will bo Riven under tho super
Thn Indoor Yuclit cluli inoiiiberB shm of lion. II. M. Kanllio. Tlek '
.Rot toRctlicr yesterday nntl decided tn ut (1 oneli for limn and concert at
rIvo a iliinco on (lie cnoiiIur cf tho bcliiR sold by-llio comnilttco.
Kiiurtli of July ut tho Viiiihb hotol. In tlio mornliiR athletic oxcrcUc.i
Tlio Indoor Ynrlit flub, ns Its natiio will bo pulled of by tho membors of
ImpllcB, lias been oi'Riinlreil to take tlio Iiilornatinnal IinRBliorcmcn'B A
Indoor crulfcs and Is rouipobed of as soclallon, Davis, who In enthusiastic
HEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. , renin.
i te l'ort St Honolulu Oilm.
$131. IS II I'm p CI M -i 1!HJ
A A lloh on to Notice Notice, tip
I'lcn ri'i ru lltli or lot 7 1 of Anapiiiil
-iiliill lor llaHlliiRx anil MaKIM Sl.
Il.nioltilii. ll.ihii II M p till .Mm
Alluit II Doiiileio it al to Ciininiiel S
lot I of cr 7:'. It v. reiitH.
Police Make Little Headway In
Solvinq Death of Sol
Still sticking lo his atory Hint ho
had no part In tho Iwllel Khoolint; and
stabbing affray of last Monday, which
resulted In tlio death nf I'rlvato lloj
tic, and that ho was shot ulillo trying
to quell tho disturbance, Trooper Itos
coo City yesterday made a statement
to tho pollco from his bed In thu Fort
i Shatter hospital, where ho lies at
"I waB not in lho room or tho lioiiho
. nt tho time tlio trouble started," said
l City to Deputy Sheriff Itoso. "I ai
outside, and ltciud a lilK racket.
Btartcd for tlio nolso, and when I Rot
near tho room I was shot. I didn't
sec who 11 red at mo and can't tell any
The pollco Rot lit t lo real help from
City, whoso recollections wcro coiifus
cil, but who stuck throughout to tlio
story that ho was tho "Innocent by
stamlcr" who Rot tho worst of tlio eu
counter. Ho admits having been with
Hondo ntid tho other soldiors earlier
in tho ctcnlnR, and for most of tho
day, but at tlio particular time the
stahhliiR of Domic occurred ho waB
away from tho others. City Is still in
n precarious condition and Is almost
totally paralyzed, Whnn tho Imllrt
was removed day before yesterday tlio
nurgeons ngrced Unit It must have ta
ken away n portion of tlio spinal cord,
and that ho would never recover from
Tho enso against Jokstaks. tho Hub
Hlan whom lien Nylierg tcstillod at the
llrst session of tlio hupicst as Inning
grappled with Immediately nflcr tlio
i.hootlng, while tho former still car
ried a gun, nnd who was Identified by
tho fact that ho look Nyhcrg'u hat In
tho scufflQ, is falling down. Nylierg
hald ho bought tlio hat from Kerr, but
last night at the Impiest the latter said
that ho had never sold tho hat which
was found In Jokstaks' room, and that
no hat of tho samo tnuKo had ever
been sold by him. Tills makes tlio
Identification of the llusslan most uit
In thn rnsfi of llostlc tlio coroner's
jury reached a wrdlct that ho ciuuo
to his dcatli by a knlto-tlirunt Indicted
by somo person unknown. This takes
Ilia caso out of tho coroner's hands
merry a bund of hardened old siiltB over tho cclohratlon of tlio natal day,""'! I1"'" H to tho police, who will
ns evor lllled on aces or piessed tho of America, said today tlmt thoro will tonllntio their Imesllgatliius. To dnto
llttlo button nn the wiill ' o "lenty of good llsli and Hawaiian thoy havo met with lllllo siiccoss, .uid
ir,..nmiiu rii. Hilt nrfuir urn (.clicaclcs provided for the mallhlnls. mo
now being made und morn comploto and kauiaalnas on that day,
announcement will bo mado lator.
rno oincors hi
Iteports Hi. it n delegation fioui South
Carnl Ina Iiiih called on President Tuft
lo urge the iippnlntmrnl of Judge Wil
liam S. KdlugH to the ilreult Judge
ship on Kauai, succeeding Judge
llarily, resigned, have heeti received
In llonoliilii mid are creating much
goinlp touccrnlug the del.i) In Hie ap
poliituiein. Attorney l.yle AT DUKey's iiiiun has
tieen endorHiil to the President by the
Par association, and II Is generally
understood to he the rule that such
appointments are inu'ile oil tliejmr ns
soclatloii's recommendation. The rec
ommendation of Dickey wus forwarded
to the national capital Home time ago
and there has been some wonder ex
pressed locally at the delay In the ap
pointment T.hls Iiiih given rise to Hip belief In
certain elri Ich that the old friends of
Judge l-Mlugs in bin home Stale are
uctUely lutei eslid. and Hint their pleas
are being connlilereil by Taft The
announcement of the appoluttip i t Is
not iintielpateil now until the end of
tho Itepiihllean national ciiUM'iitlon
Recorded May 9, 1912.
Hank of Hawaii l.l.I lo i'li.inoll
1 l.iukca. ltel. nihil elme on gr-- J,K
HIS. Wnlklkl. Honolulu. Malm.
II .::.? p tut .Ma K I'll.1
IlilllK ill llllilll l.lll III I lllll lltlll' l
laiikui. ltel. grH ;i',ir, mul :(is. Will- i 'inihii. H
klki, llonoliilii. O.iliu; tuOiui. II 357. p '. N'uiiaiiii alle, llonoliilii, iialiu;
!i;i .May S, IUI2 iIM'ii. II :ir.s. p 11.1 .Mas '. 1!'I2.
August Dreli r Ltd to Charlotte Kl t.MMiiio Ni.nrcK.i lo i:inaiiiiei M
liiuke.i. 1), pur gr 891, lliiHKiiiger Ht, !'iiiilin. Pur ltel: lot I of gr 72 mul It
llonoliilii. (lahii, JIHiMi. nr,ii, p 112. W, .Viiiiniiii Vnlle, llonoliilii. oahii;
.Maj I, 1'JI.' J II H -liVl. P ll. .May !'. P.M2
I'liiirlulle K laitkca and hsli ( P) l'anii Hlnimli and lish (P K It) to
to Hank or Hawaii Mil. M: rs .iil."i l.elaloha K P Mule. D. lot nil. I. P
and L'l'is. IiIiIiih. rents, etc. Wnlklkl, f-AJJ Alewn llelglitH. Ili'imliilii o.iliu;
llonoliilii, Ouhu; por gr :U!i, bldgs.
iiiitt-. i te, IlasseiiKer Ht, llonoliilii.
Dahli: S",!1!! II ?,:,!, p P.i: .May t.
J W ruling lii Hugh I! .Mclntjre. i'
M, Iiiihi holil. lildK" fiiinlluri lixtiires.
V.mIpn HoiioIiiIu (laliii. Skuoii II .
p 4. 'i pr k 1UIJ
I'rl'driih Melxiliii and wf to Au
Kiint 1 l.iie 1'irg. M II P K. kill J'.l-
ami pur up II kill PH.l.l. etc Num. nn
allc llonoliilii. i Mini. IKOilU I.V.I.
p 14.' .Mi') !i. ItiU'
i 'ora H Towuiiind mid bib (II Si hy
atl lu IMulii lli'iiurr, I" lot 2. I'ldgs.
li. .Malimi llelRlits Ad. III. I lull. .lulu,
(lahii; -TCJ II Mr., p 4S3. .Mar SI,
CM of Ann l.ldgatp by tr to Ail
Hi.. in I lilKiile 1 1 ill, D; It P K.II, luii-Alai-a.
llllo. Hawaii. II It XX. p !'
.May ;. l!iJ
('hallos Wilcox, Ir, to C Hollo, tr,
lot II. 1.'. I! mul 11 Ilk 7A. Knp i- D. Hit In II P I'ik. kill li.'ni. Iwi'li rints.
Illllil. IIuiioIiiIii I Mini, ti !' II .St'S. P '''. Wnlawn l:ii. D.ilm. SKIl. II S.i5.
III. Ma) ii. PHJ p l" Me " I'-'l.'
Mignit llmul'org and wf to tried- J T.irn M.iiiow lo Itolililim 11 An
Heh W Uleliahii. D. It P ss kill -' 12. di ron p .i leniiiii iiowii ft ' li.
pur up II kill iniil.l. itc N inn p 104 Ai I I'M I
The Bijou Theater
tho Indoor Yncht
Club uro C. I). Wright, admiral; CIiob-
tor Irwin, commndotp; M. II. Druiip
iponil, keeper of Hie oxrlioquer; (J. C
Hull. slilp'B writer; Hay Irwin, chef do
culsliio; .Inmes P. l.yncli, chef d'engl
neer; J. Wnltnr Doylo. wlrulcss opera
tor; Dick Young, Iio'buii; .lamcB L.
t'okc, chief gunner; Jack Unylc, Rama
warden; N. If. Young, miiBtnr-at-urms.
Iluiiornry inonibors .ludgo II. II. Coo
per und V. II. Mclnerny,
John Y. Colburn. who yesterday do-
Thn nroceeds of tho llrst datico on dined to obey tho ordor of Hefoieo
tlio night of tlio Fourth at tho Young John Marcalllno to produco his books
Hotel will bo turned over to tlio en- of account for January, J900, this
tortalumcnt fund for tho visiting morning avoidod a forced compllanco
yachtsmen after tlio finish of tho with tlio order by settling tho caso
TranB-I'aclllc Itaco. After this llrst brought against him by his stepson, A,
annual danco It is planned lo hold nth- A. Iong.
cr annual dances every month or so. When the case was called at 9
Tlio club members aio now trying to o'clock Circuit Judge Cooper, silting
settle nn n club burgee, somo holding with Ileferco Marcalllno, Colburn'B
that a 8illcod nialn-brato Burmounted counsel announced that a private
by a green seal would bo tho proper agreement had been reached between
thing, while others assert that tho the contending parties. Tlio derend
club oiiRht to sport a schooner ram- ant, who had beon ordered to glvo ac
punt on a bar salos. counting for 'approximately $8000 en-
caso is seemingly
Tho tuberculosis exhibit lias been
removed from lho Knahutnnnu School
to thn C'ollego nf Hawaii building nt
lho McKlnlny High School, Hy thn
courtesy of Professor Ollmnro It will
mmaln nt that location until tho end
of lho present school term, when It
probably will ho taken to Kauai, tin-
dor tho enro of Prof. Ilnlros. of tho
(Continued from Pago 1)
for Orl-iital thiiurfcurs, whoso month
ly auto hills pass without hesitation
at $10 and more. This almosl enmlue
id tho speaker that elinulTouia rank
higher In tlio Industrial lino as skllleil
laborers than country farriers. Tlio
speakpr had oilier tales nf won and ho
retired with tlio list uncompleted.
Tho next speaker was "Soapbox"
llarron, who snared lo astral liclghtH
In his praise of lho virtues of the
Democratic (iindldato for Delegate In
Congress, I. Ink .MtCaiullesB, and who
inmost half convinced those present
that a Democratic wain Is sweeplti';
tho continent. Tlio nmllenco was
somewhat disappointed, ns It had ex
peeled that tho "soapbox" orator
would keep up Ills reputation and
dwell on "airy notlilugs," hut Instead
ho reiterated assertions of Democrat
ic victories III the Lower IIiiiiso of
Congress ami sumo of the States and
let It go at that
Paulo llnkli tl.ni undo Ills nppeur
unco and hariiugi. 'd (lioso present I
iigalnst tlio yollov pver und mnsipiltiil
(umpulgus (arrled on by lho nutliorl i
tins In llonoliilii. I no spnaKer mum
not seo how II would bo orer possible
lor germs or ba terla lo enter pol pro
pared by Orientals,
Tho main speaker or lint oveulii'j
was .MiCnndless, whn spoke llrst In
Hawaiian ulid I lieu In Kugllsh. II'
Mivo ns his impression Hint ncnirdlug
tn lho lust leturus tlio Democrais uro
Ftcndlly winning lu Hawaii, lie told
his audience thai It is futile r.ir Dele
guto Kulilo lo light against Hie (!nv
rrnnr on tho land laws, while tlio main
cause of the trouble, tho land laws
iliemselvos, leinnlns unaltered by Cop
gross. Ah a parting Mint tn lho Maul
Itppuhllcun SupcrwsurH and euglneeis
Mr. MlI'iiiiiIIcbb Fuld Hint over nt Ma
C Is Ht
"OH, YOU LAUGH-MAKERS"
Ticket Sale is on for the
McKlnloy High School, With thojllko gulch, whom ho bored a well
opening of lho summer school It will
again go n-Jniirueylng, cither to Maul
or Hawnll, and probnbly will return lo
Honolulu at the beginning of the fall
trusted In his cure In 1900, had agreed
to bottle with his stepson for (2500
cash, to ho paid nn Installments, tho
llrst $500 with thu entry of tlio decren
and f.'Oll nt lho end of each three
months thereafter until tlio stipulated
sum hail been turned aver to Iong.
Attorney Peters, counsel for hong,
announced that this was satisfactory
to his client, and the decreo was or
somo ton years ago, there hnw been
three changes In lho grade of tlio
road, all nxponsho changes, a pretty
fair exhibition, ho declared, of Iguor
anco by so called engineers who roc
niniuended such change b In kthmIcb for
n purpose. Mr McC'ntulless has not
much lovo for other Maul Ciiuu'y otli
clals, either, nnd In conclusion dechu
pd Hint a Mr. Field Is needed to expert
Maul accounts ns well as Hiojo of Ho
nolulii nnd Hawaii Counties.
Ilurko Uurnett, owner of the famniis
"Four Six" much, nnd a millionaire,
idiot and killed Kulley Sajers, a Klnt
County ranclimun at Paducah, Tex.
Get reserved scats and You'll Get a Scat at the evening performance ol
JUST AS PRESENTED ON SUCCESSFUL ORIENTAL TOUR.
A one night show of almost two hours, chock-full of laughter, rousing
jokes, songs and catchy dances.
Not an old show, hut an original one, with some well-liked and faviliar
Some of the features Dutch and Jew comedian; Madam Lloyd, a sing
er; Fritzic Guy, "Some Dancer"; and the "livcsl chorus ever"
Laughs, music and a plot with more laughs.
Reserved Scats on sale at Benson, Smith & Co.'s.
Evcn'ng Pries Reserved seats, 50 cents; other scats 30 and 20 cents;
matinee prices, 30 and 20 cents.
Remember opening performances
Saturday Afternoon and Evening
Doors open evenings at 7:45.
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